I'm just gonna tell you guys right now, this playthrough's going to be the same shit as the first Black playthrough, except all the characters are going to be unpleasant. Very unpleasant.
Our story takes place in the redneck haven of Unova, Nuvema Town. The town with the lowest property value. Only notable thing about this place is Professor Aurea Juniper's laboratory. Which is often victim of theft. Damn local kids.
Finally, I reached Eterna City! It was a nice time to relax and-
Skankle bumped into me.
"Hey, Tiger!" he said. "Long time no see!"
"Swear to Arceus, Skankle," I said. "If you're here to battle me, I will strangle you to death right where you stand."
"Let's go see the statue!"
Skankle and I walked outside of Eterna. We reached a beautiful staue that looked like a lazy sprite fusion.
So I healed my Pokemon and headed towards the forest. On my way, I battled a few people. Most notable was my match with Hiker Daniel. I sent out Screamy to fight. Screamy started shrieking at the top of his lungs and scattering any items I gave him. Still, despite his disposition, he seemed happy.
A green-haired girl named Cheryl asked me to escort her through Eterna Forest. I thought, well sure, I'll be a good
I had been spending some time in Floaroma Town, renting a room above the flower shop. The owners, three nice sisters were very kind. They loved Cosmo, and made sure we had enoguh to eat. Shame their cooking sucked, which is why I left.
As I started to leave town, a little girl blocked my path.
Looked a bit like this, only
Updated 17th December 2011 at 10:58 AM by Karamazov
Kicked out of my home.
My mom (the bitch) decided that a trainer shoudn't just quit after winning a badge, then spend the rest of their life at home. So she kicked me out, and now I had to find a new place to stay.
I had to find a place that
a) had internet
b) had cable
c) as close to a restaurant
d) was close to a restaurant that wasn't Arby's
e) was rent-controlled
and f) allowed Pokemon
... Look what I can
Updated 15th December 2011 at 11:38 AM by Karamazov