Pokemon: Chaotic World

It's a whole new world. A world were Pokemon and their trainers are something to be feared. This is the story of a new trainer who must survive his new life as a Pokemon trainer and leave the life that he has known behind. Watch as he struggles through a Pokemon world unlike any that you know. AU Pokemon World.



15. Chapter 15: Ghostly Matters

Notes: In this story there is no such thing as trade evolution. All Pokemon evolve with age or experience. The only exceptions are Pokemon that require evolution stones. Soon I will begin posting chapters that take place either weeks or months after the previous one. I'm sure many of you are looking forward to Jacob being C-rank already. There will still be several chapters were he is D-rank but I want to get him started on C-rank missions soon.


When I returned to the Center I asked the old trainer manning the front desk where Hugo and Ginnette were. Ginnette hadn't been seen since we left for our missions this morning. I was told that Hugo was still in the Center and I went looking for him. I found him in the Lounge watching the news on the television. I sat down on the couch next to him.

"Hey," I greeted.

"Hey," he said without looking at me. "How was the mission?"

"Interesting," I answered. "Those District Eleven missions aren't like other D-rank missions. "

I explained to him everything that happened. He was only half paying attention to me as he continued to watch the news. It was only after I told him about catching the Pumpkaboo that he gave me his full attention.

"You caught a Ghost Pokemon?" he asked incredulously.

"It's a Ghost and Grass type," I responded. "Not a pure Ghost type."

"Still," he said. "Ghosts are dangerous and hard to tame. Are you sure you'll be able to handle it?"

"I think so," I said. "I doubt I'll be able to use the same method I used with Shade. I thought about it on the way here. I think I'm going to have to resort to using fear as a taming tool."

"Fear?" he asked.

I nodded. "Fear of Shade and what I'll have him do to it if it doesn't listen. He has a type advantage and could have vanquished it easily. I'm hoping that will be enough."

"If it's not?" he asked.

I shrugged. "If not then I guess I'll have to have Shade finish it off and try again with a different Pokemon."

"Damn," he said. "You're lucky you had a pokeball left over from your Ordeal. I wont be able to capture another Pokemon until I can buy one."

"You'll be able to get another soon," I said. "Especially if you take five or more missions each week. Speaking of, did you accept another mission last night?"

"I did," he said. "Park patrol at one of the public parks in District Three. Evening shift."

"Huh," I said. "There's a good chance you'll run into a nocturnal Pokemon on that shift."

"I hope so," he said. "You and Ginnette have both seen some action on your missions. My first mission was pretty boring."

"You should be thankful you weren't in any danger," I told him.

"I just want a little excitement on my missions," he said.

"I'm sure you'll get all the excitement you want eventually," I said. "So you've been here in the Lounge all day?"

"No," he said. "I was up soon after you and Ginnette left the Center. I took Bitey to the training grounds to work on Hidden Power."

"Any progress?" I asked.

"Yep," he said smugly. "He was able to find the hidden energy and bring it to he surface. He's having a little trouble actually forming the attack but I figure he'll get it with a bit more training."

"What type of energy?" I asked.

"Light blue energy," he answered. "That means he has a Ice type Hidden Power."

"Nice," I said. "That attack will cause damage and have a chance of freezing the target. That could come in handy."

"I though so," he agreed.

"I still haven't thought about the next attack I'm going to have Shade learn," I said. "Probably something easy and then work on strengthening what he knows. I want to get started on taming the Pumpkaboo tomorrow."

A thought occurred to me.

"Do you know if Ginnette had any pokeballs left over from her Ordeal?" I asked.

"I never asked," he told me. "Why?"

"I thought that she might want to try capturing another Pokemon since she has Tumbleweed tamed," I said. "It's still pretty early. We have time to go out into the wilds and try to find another Pokemon for her."

"You mean you have time for you two to go out into the wilds," he said. "I have a mission in a couple of hours remember?"

"Yeah right," I said. "That's what I meant."

He looked at me silently for a moment. There was a frustrated look in his eyes. I had a feeling I knew what the problem was but didn't want to broach the subject. Finally he spoke up.

"Can I ask you something?" he asked.

"Sure," I said.

"Is there something going on between you and Ginnette?" he asked.

"Like what?" I responded, playing dumb.

The frustrated look was back.

"Are you two...?" he began. He took a deep breath. "Are you two together?"

"Not at the moment obviously," I responded, pretending I misunderstood. "I have no idea where she is right now."

He turned to me fully and stared at me. I was trying hard not to laugh. Finally he punched me in the arm hard.

"You ass!" he exclaimed. "You know exactly what I'm asking you!"

"Sorry," I said. "I couldn't resist. To answer your question, no we're not together like that. We're just friends. If anything I see her as the sister I never had. Besides, she already has an eye on another guy."

"Who!" he demanded.

"You, you idiot," I said with a laugh.

He looked happy for a second before frowning.

"Don't mess with me man," he said.

"I'm not," I told him. "You haven't noticed the looks she sometimes gives you? Or the way she teases you? She doesn't do that to me."

"What about how chummy you two were on our group training sessions?" he asked.

"We were both trying to give you a little space since you were having trouble training Bitey at first," I answered. "Trust me, there is nothing going on between us."

He looked very relieved.

"You really like her that much?" I asked.

He struggled with what to say for a second. "Well she's the only female trainer in our age group," he finally said. "All the others are older and most likely paired off already."

I frowned. "That can't be the only reason," I demanded.

"No it's not," he said quickly. He ran his hand over his face before looking at me again. "I don't know what it is about her. Half the time she drives me crazy with all the teasing she does. She also doesn't take any shit from me. You have to admire a girl that will give as good as she gets."

"Sounds like you really like her," I noted. "If you want my advice, wait a bit before you make any moves on her. Both your lives are just starting to get settled again. No sense rocking the boat just yet. You also need to consider the kind of person she is before anything."

"What do you mean?" he asked.

"She was born and raised in the upper class," I reminded him. "You lived half of your life in the lower class."

"We left class behind when we became trainers," he retorted. "None of that matters anymore."

"Maybe," I said. "But she told me yesterday that she was going for a promotion as soon as possible because she didn't want to survive on D-ran missions. She mentioned something about not wanting to live like the lower class."

"Damn," he said, frowning.

"Yeah," I said. "I'd say dating her wont be easy. She's used to having the best of everything. Just something to thing about."

He thought about that silently for a moment. Finally he sighed. "That won't change my mind but I'll think about it for a bit before I do anything."

"Think about what?" a voice said.

We both jumped in surprise and turned to look at the source of the voice. Ginnette was walking towards us. We made space for her and she sat down between us.

"Think about what?" she asked again.

"Think about what Pokemon Hugo wants to try to capture next," I said quickly. "I caught my second today and now he want to go get another."

Hugo gave me a thankful look.

"You caught another Pokemon?" she asked excitedly. "When? Where? What Pokemon did you catch?"

"It was during my mission in District Eleven," I told her. "I caught a Pumpkaboo."

She gave me a look of alarm.

"A Ghost Pokemon!?" she yelled. "Jacob, what were you thinking? What could have possessed you to capture a Ghost?"

"Maybe another Ghost possessed him and made him catch it," Hugo said.

She slapped Hugo's arm.

"Not funny!" she snapped.

"It's alright," I said. "Calm down. The other trainers there thought it was a newborn. It didn't seem to know any attacks except Astonish and Shade almost vanquished it in one attack. I'm going to use Shade to help me tame it. If I can't tame it then I'll just have him finish it off."

She didn't look happy but didn't say anymore on the matter. We let her stew in her thoughts before Hugo spoke up again.

"We were wondering something," he began. "You never told us if you had any Pokeballs left over from your Ordeal."

"You never asked," she said. "I have one left over. I lost one trying to catch an Oddish."

"Have you thought about catching another one now that you have Tumbleweed pretty well tamed?" I asked.

"I haven't given it much thought," she admitted. "I probably should though after what happened today."

"What happened?" Hugo asked.

"A group of Rhyhorn made a run at the gate," she said. "We're not sure what stirred them up but we had to call in for backup while we held them off. I was the only one with one Pokemon. Tumbleweed did a great job slowing them down with Stun Spore and then hitting them with Bullet Seed but we could have used more help until the backup arrived."

"Was anyone hurt?" I asked.

"Some of the Pokemon on our side were injured," she said. "They should be fine after their trainers get them to a pokeball device."

"That's good," Hugo said.

"Yeah," I said. "Hey, why don't you and Hugo go out into the wilds tomorrow to catch your second Pokemon. I'll feel better knowing that he will give you some backup."

They both gave me a surprised look.

"What about you?" Ginnette asked.

"I'm going to get started on taming my Pumpkaboo," I said. "It's probably best if only Shade and I were there."

"I guess," she said. She turned to Hugo. "Well, how about it? You don't have a mission tomorrow do you?"

"I have a mission this evening," he said. "I was going to try to accept another mission when I completed that one but I can take tomorrow off to go with you."

"Sounds like a plan," I said. I stood up. "I'm going to the computer room to scan Pumpkaboo's pokeball. You guys want to come with?"

"Sure," they said.

We left the Lounge and went into the computer room. I sat at a station and logged on. Once I was ready I place Shade and the Pumpkaboo's pokeballs in two of the slots. I started up the healing program first to make sure Shade was at full health and heal the injuries that he gave the Pumpkaboo. Once I saw the device light up and begin the healing process I clicked on the Pumpkaboo's pokeball icon and scanned it. A few seconds later a picture of the Pumpkaboo appeared with information under it.

Species: Pumpkaboo, The Pumpkin Pokemon

Type: Ghost/Grass

Gender: Female

Age: 1 Day

Nature: Naughty

Summary: Pumpkaboo is a bipedal Pokemon that resembles a pinkish pumpkin. The pumpkin body has a pair of circular holes carved out of its rind that resembles eyes. The ghostly body that lives in the pumpkin is black with a pointy collar, yellowish eyes with no visible pupils, a pair of fangs, curved ears and a curled stem.

I read over the general information with Hugo and Ginnette reading over my shoulder. After that I skimmed over the attacks Pumpkaboo learned naturally as well as what they can be taught.

"A female Ghost," Hugo said with a laugh.

Ginnette glared at him. "What's wrong with her being female?"

"Nothing," he said quickly. "Absolutely nothing is wrong with it."

She glared at him for a moment longer before turning back to the screen. I shook my head at him before doing the same.

"A naughty nature," I contemplated. "I guess that's better than a cruel nature."

"Yeah," Ginnette agreed.

Hugo glanced at the clock.

"I should be heading to District Three for my mission," he said. "What are you two going to do?"

"I was going to let Shade wander around the training grounds again," I said.

Ginnette thought about it for a moment.

"It's early enough that I can get some training in," she said. "I'll let Tumbleweed rest for a bit before I get started on teaching him Acrobatics."

"Okay," he said. "If I don't see either of you when I get back then let's plan on getting up early for breakfast before we all head out."

We both agreed. After logging off and collecting my pokeballs, Ginnette and I followed him out of the Center. We wished him luck on his mission before he took off to the train station. Ginnette and I walked to the training grounds before she went her own way to find a place were she could work on Tumbleweed in privacy. I let Shade out of his pokeball. He appeared in front of me and I kneeled down to pet him.

"Good job today buddy," I told him.

He barked happily.

"Tomorrow I'm going to need your help with the newest member of our pack," I said. "She might give us trouble. You think you can help me keep her in line?"

He barked again.

"Good," I said. I stood up. "Come on. We have a few hours to relax. Let's go exploring."

He barked again and took off. I followed him though the training grounds enjoying the scenery.

We all woke up early the next morning. Ginnette was excited about possibly catching another Pokemon. Hugo was happy for her but I could sense his unhappiness at not being able to capture one himself. When I asked them what the plan was Ginnette told me that she wanted to go into the wilds from the eastern gate. The grasslands in that direction had a river flowing through it and she wanted to try to catch a Water type.

We finished eating and went outside to feed our Pokemon. Shade and Bitey both ate the food that we bought for them from the Pokemart. Tumbleweed ate some dirt that Ginnette dug up for him then sat to photosynthesize. I suggested to Ginnette that she might want to try buying food tailored for Grass types. She agreed to look into it later.

Once our Pokemon were done eating Hugo and Ginnette recalled theirs. They both wished me luck today and left to the train station. I wished them luck as they were leaving and turned to Shade.

"Well," I began," let's go find a quiet place to welcome the newest member of our pack."

He barked and led the way to the training grounds. After walking for a while we found a good place. This training ground was different from most of the others. It was divided into two sections. Half of the training ground was forest while the other was grassland. There were practice dummies in both sections.

"This should be a good place to try this," I stated.

I put down my backpack and then pulled out the Pumpkaboo's pokeball. Before I released her I turned to Shade.

"Shade," I said. "You need to be prepared for anything when I release her. Most likely she will try to attack me as soon as she's out. It's possible that she'll try to make a run for it instead. Either way she will most likely vanish before she does anything. I need you to use Odor Sleuth as soon as she vanishes. If you can sense that she is moving towards me then I want you to hit her with a Hidden Power. The attack will do very little damage but should force her to drop the invisibility. If you sense her trying to escape I want you to use a warning howl and I'll call her back into her pokeball. Understand?"

He barked confirmation.

"I want to really try to make this work with her," I continued. "but if she remains uncooperative then we might have no choice but to put her down. If I give you the order I want you to use Snarl on her until she's vanquished. Okay?

He barked again. I took a deep breath to steady myself.

"Well," I said. "Let's do this."

I held the pokeball out and released the Pumpkaboo. She materialized a moment later. She appeared floating a few feet in front of me with her eyes closed. She opened her eyes and saw me standing in front of her. We stared at each other for a few seconds before her eyes started glowing bright red and she vanished.

"Shade!" I yelled.

He was already sniffing the air as soon as she vanished. A couple of seconds later he released his Hidden Power. The orb flew towards me and suddenly impacted something a foot in front of me. The Pumpkaboo appeared spinning away from me. Once she stopped spinning she faced me again with glowing red eyes. She looked like she was going to try to attack me again before we both heard Shade snarling. We turned to him and saw him gathering Dark energy as he snarled. The Pumpkaboo squeaked and vanished again. A moment later Shade howled. I brought up the pokeball in the general direction that she was in before vanishing and recalled her. The beam traveled several feet away form me before impacting the invisible Pokemon and sucked her back into the pokeball.

"Good job Shade," I told him. "Ready to try that again?"

He barked me.

We readied ourselves before I released her again. She appeared a few feet in front of me with her eyes open this time. As soon as she materialized she narrowed her eyes at me then glanced at Shade. He had a hard look in his eyes as he stared at her. She turned back to me.

"Are you done?" I asked her. "If you try to attack me again then you'll have Shade to deal with. If you try to escape then I'll just send you back into the pokeball. We're prepared to do this all day. It all depends on whether you're going to cooperate or not."

She began to growl at me before she heard Shade snarling again. She stopped growling and gave us both a sullen look.

"Let me put it this way," I began. "Whether you like it or not I captured you. That means that you are now a part of our pack. I'm the alpha of this pack and you have to listen to me. Shade is my second. That puts you on the bottom. I you cooperate and obey me without question then I will take care of you. I'll make sure you're fed when you're hungry and I'll heal you when you are injured."

"If you decide not to cooperate," I continued. "I will have Shade finish what he started back in the pumpkin patch. He will use Snarl on you and continue to do so until there is nothing left of you. I would rather have you as a productive member of this pack but am prepared to vanquish you and start over with another Pokemon. Understand?"

She just continued to give me a sullen look.

I narrowed my eyes as Shade started to snarl again.

"I said do you understand?" I asked tersely.

She slowly nodded her body before floating lower until she was only a foot above the ground. I stared at her for a moment longer.

"Good," I said.

I held out the hand without the pokeball.

"Come here," I said.

She stayed still for a moment before Shade started snarling again. She glanced at him before slowly floating over to me. When she reached me she looked at my hand for a moment before landing in the palm of my hand. I shivered for a moment from the feel of her body. It felt like I was holding ice in my hand.

She really was a small Pokemon. She easily fit in my hand and barely weighed anything. I put her pokeball in my pocket and began petting her. She didn't seem to enjoy it one way or the other. All she did was stare at me throwing occasional glances at Shade.

"From now on," I said. "you're name will be Lilith. If you don't respond to that name I'll assume you're being uncooperative again and let Shade have a go at you. Understand?"

She mumbled a sound that I took to mean she understood. I turned to Shade.

"Shade," I said. "Come meet the newest member of our pack."

He moved forward stiffly. I kneeled down so he could have a better look at her. Lilith stayed still as Shade sniffed her and gave a short wag of his tail. Once he was done he backed away a few feet.

"Now that we're all getting along we're going to do some light training today," I told them. "Shade, I've decided that you're going to learn Double Team. It's a speed technique that lets you create real looking afterimages to trick your opponent. It might take some time for you to master this. For now I want you to run back and forward in this training ground to work on your speed. Keep running until you get tired then rest for a few minutes before starting again. Eventually your speed will increase to the point that you will be able to create the afterimages. I'm going to work on Lilith while you train. Okay?"

He barked and immediately began running laps in the training ground. I turned back to Lilith who was staring at Shade. She turned back to me when she noticed me staring at her.

"We're going to begin on your training," I told her. "I know you can vanish and you should be able to turn intangible already. We're going to work on commands for those two abilities. After that we'll work on your Astonish, the attack you used on us back in the pumpkin patch."

I had her float a few feet in front of me as I began working on her commands. Although she was sullen the whole time we were training she obeyed all my commands, albeit slowly. She could easily vanish and reappear at will. We worked on her intangibility after that and I noticed that while she could pass through the trees in the training ground she couldn't keep that ability up for long.

"It must be because she's not a pure Ghost," I thought.

We continued working on this training for a couple of hours. Shade kept running laps until he couldn't run anymore then took 15 minute breaks before starting again. Throughout his training he kept an eye on Lilith and I. She was obeying me faster by this point and I finally started to work on her Astonish. I moved over to a practice dummy and had her practice the attack on it. The dummy seemed completely unaffected by the ghostly energy waves she released as she appeared in front of it. Obviously the attack only affected living things or other Ghosts.

We kept this up for another hour with no problems. It wasn't until Shade stopped for another break and I turned to go check him that we had an issue. As soon as I turned my back on Lilith and started walking towards Shade she spun around to face me then vanished. I didn't see her vanish but Shade did. He instantly stood up and ran towards me. When he was a couple of feet away from me he released a Snarl attack. The attack missed me by an inch and flew behind me. We heard a pain filled scream and I spun around as Lilith appeared floating inches from the ground. She was clearly barely hanging on. She made high pitched cries and was dripping ectoplasm on the ground. Shade moved in front of me and began gathering Dark energy for another Snarl.

"That was very stupid of you," I told her. "You're lucky Shade didn't put enough power into that attack to vanquish you."

Lilith could only continue floating in pain while crying. Ectoplasm continued to drip to the ground.

"I'm sure you'll eventually heal from the attack," I continued coldly. "I could recall you to your pokeball and heal you at the Center. I'm curious though, why should I heal you? You tried to attack my while my back was turned. What's to stop you from trying that again?"

She started making plaintive sounds at me now.

"I don't know," I said. "I'm not sure if I'll be able to trust you after all. I think I should just have Shade finish you off so you wont be my problem anymore. What do you think Shade?"

Shade started to growl as he continued to stare at Lilith.

"See," I told Lilith. "He agrees with me. I guess we should just end this now, I'm getting somewhat hungry anyway. Shade, use Snarl."

Shade was about to unleash his attack when Lilith managed to float up a bit and started making begging sounds.

"Stop Shade," I told him.

He stopped and continued to stare at Lilith. I stared directly at her.

"I take it that you're going to fully cooperate now?" I asked her.

She quickly made agreeing sounds.

"This will be the last chance I ever give you," I said. "If you ever try to attack me again, try to attack anyone without my permission then I give Shade the order to finish you off. Do you understand me?"

She agreed again.

"Good," I said. "I want you to remember this day very clearly. The day that I spared you. I hope, for your sake, that I don't ever regret it."

She made a relieved sound then dropped until she was floating a few inches off the ground again. She continued to drip ectoplasm but more slowly. I pulled out her pokeball.

"I'm going to return you now," I told her. "I'll heal you when I get back to the Center. Tomorrow I'll let you out and if you behave then I'll feed you. Understand?"

She agreed again. I recalled her to the pokeball and went over to my backpack. I took out some food for Shade and placed it in front of him.

"You deserve it," I said. "You were great today. Good job."

He barked and ate the food ravenously.

"Let's go home," I told him when he finished.

I put on my backpack and began walking back to the Center.

When I made it back to the Center the first thing I did was ask if Hugo and Ginnette had returned. I was told that they were both in the computer room. When I went in there I found Ginnette sitting at a station with Hugo reading over her shoulder. He was the first one to notice me and called me over.

"Jacob," he called. "Check this out."

I moved to stand behind Ginnette and stared at the screen in front of her. On the screen there was a picture of a Pokemon I recognized as a Wooper. There was information under the picture.

Species: Wooper, The Water Fish Pokemon

Type: Water/Ground

Gender: Male

Age: one Year

Nature: Mild

Summary: Wooper is a mostly blue, amphibious Pokemon that resembles an axolotl. Wooper's head is large compared to its body, and it has black eyes are small and round. It has purple, branching gills on the sides of its head. The gills are smaller on the female than on the male. Wooper stands upright on its small, round feet, and has a large, thick tail. On its belly are dark blue, curved markings.

Wooper tends to be a dull-witted Pokemon oblivious to its surroundings. Wooper lives in cold water most of the time. When sleeping, it partially buries itself in the mud at the bottom. It will occasionally leave the water when the air cools in the evening to search for food along the shore. While walking on land, it coats its body with a slimy, toxic film that keeps its skin from dehydrating and insulates against the cold. The film causes a shooting pain if touched barehanded.

"You caught a Wooper?" I asked.

"Obviously," Hugo said.

I glared at him for a second before turning to Ginnette.

"Congratulations," I told her.

"Thanks," she said with a grin. "I hoped for a Water type."

"It's also a Ground type," I reminded her. "That means that unless he's actually in water Electric attacks will not affect him. Although Grass attacks do four times the damage."

"Which explains why Tumbleweed's attack did so much damage to it," she said. "He was hit with one Bullet Seed and was knocked out cold. I actually thought that Tumbleweed killed him for a second. We came back here as fast as we could to heal him."

"Well congratulations," I said again. I read the information on the screen again. "Mild nature. What is it with you getting Pokemon that are relatively easy to tame?"

"I guess I've just been lucky so far," she said.

"Some people have all the luck," Hugo muttered.

We both gave him an exasperated look. Ginnette then turned back to me.

"Speaking of luck," she began, "did you have any luck with the Pumpkaboo?"

"We came to an agreement," I said. I decided not to tell them about the attempted sneak attack.

"Of course you did," Hugo muttered.

We both ignored him that time.

"I've decided to call her Lilith," I continued.

"Lilith?" Ginnette asked. "That's an...interesting name."

I shrugged. "I think it suits her. I trained her and Shade for a while today. I'm going to put them both through the healing program to make sure there is nothing wrong with either of them. I also need to check to see what missions are still available for tomorrow."

"We probably should have done that earlier," Ginnette mused. "All of the good missions are probably taken already."

Hugo and I both agreed with her and each went to a station. The three of us logged into the mission site and began going through the available missions. Thankfully there was still a good number for us to choose from. I went through them until I found one I found interesting.

Mission Rank: D

Reward: $50

Location: District Six, Publix Park B

Summary: Asidia College of Art looking to hire a trainer to watch over a class of painters who wish to paint in a natural setting. Trainer must report to the park fountain by 11AM. Client safety is first priority. Mission will last a maximum of four hours.

"Check this out," I said to Hugo and Ginnette.

They moved over to read the mission.

"That's interesting," Hugo said.

"That's your old district isn't it?" Ginnette asked me.

I nodded. "I've only been to that park a handful of times," I said. "Park C was the one closest to my parent's home."

"Are you going to accept it?" Hugo asked.

I nodded again. "I sounds interesting."

I entered my information and accepted the mission. I received confirmation a minute later. Hugo and Ginnette went back to their stations to keep going through the missions. After a few minutes she called us over to her.

"Look," she said. "There are two available guard missions for the same time and place. District Eleven, Section B for the afternoon shift."

"That's the section in the agricultural district where the fruit tree orchards are located," I remarked.

"That sounds fun," Hugo said. "Should be a lot of action. I only had to deal with a Spinarak on my park patrol, I want a challenge."

"I'm sure you'll get one," I told him. "I had to deal with a lot of wild Pokemon on my mission in that district."

"Sweet," he said excited.

I turned to Ginnette. "Are you going to accept it too?"

She nodded. "It does sound challenging," she said. "And I do want to prove to the higher rank trainers that I'm a serious trainer."

"Go for it then," I told them.

They both accepted the missions and received confirmation. Once we were done we logged out and left the computer room. I suggested that we go to the Pokemart to stock up on some food for our Pokemon. I was almost out of Shade's food and I wanted to get some Grass type food for Lilith. They agreed with me and we went together.

I ended up buying two medium sized bags for my Pokemon. I would have to store them in the barracks and just carry some in small bags in my backpack. Ginnette ended up getting two medium bags for Tumbleweed and her Wooper. Hugo just got one small bag of fruit for Bitey. When we were done we stored the food away and went to the cafeteria. We all bought a tray of food and sat at a table to eat.

"So when are you going to begin taming your Wooper?" I asked Ginnette after eating in silence for a bit.

"Tomorrow in the morning," she said. "I'll work on him for a couple of hours before our mission. When we get back I'll work on him some more."

"Let us know if you need any help," I told her.

She agreed and we continued eating. Once we were done we took our trays to the kitchen and went to the Lounge to hang out until it was time for bed. We spent the rest of the evening playing pool and enjoying each other's company.



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