(Thanks to Blazaking EX for making this: It is pure glory! :D)
For all those FanFiction.net visitors here, you may have read my battle series, Red vs Leaf. Following their final battle, a little girl called Kris was shown watching the battle on TV.
These series tells us about Kris' journey, and how she is constantly challenged by her sadistic rival Ethan "Gold" Hartley. Just what happened between the two that lead to their rivalary? You'll have to read and find out
Stories: (Please note that this is heavily outdated, and the last few stories will be added to this table of contents when I have the time)
The Starter the Adventure
- Part 1: The Beginning
- Part 2: Rivals
- Part 3: The First Battle
A Two Women Job
- Part 1: Meet Again
- Part 2: New Captures
- Part 3: Questions and Answers
Cute vs Brute
- Part 1: Storm Brewing
- Part 2: Fall From Grace
- Part 3: How Frightening
- Part 4: Apologises or Silence?
- Part 1: Defeated
- Part 2: Getting Foxy
- Part 3: Victory?
- Part 4: Overheard
All's Fair in Love and Sport
- Part 1: Chantelle
- Part 2: Meet and Greet
- Part 3: Round 1- Getting Circle Pushy
- Part 4: Round 2- Caputring Victory
- Part 5: Round 3- Relay Run to the Finish
- Part 6: A Change of Hart
A Ghost to Victory
- Part 1: Ghosts!
- Part 2: Evolutions
- Part 3: Type Advtanges
- Part 4: The Power of Earth at Night
- Part 5: Getting the Kimono-lowdown
A Step Backwards
- Part 1: Raticate Attack!
- Part 2: Ruby
- Part 3: Hayden
- Part 4: Shining in the Moon
Three Times the Charm
- Part 1: Prescense of a Champion
- Part 2: Sibling Rivalry
- Part 3: Mooooving On
- Part 4: Sparks Flying
- Part 5: On the Bright Side
Turning Over a New Leaf
- Part 1: Kanto Idol
- Part 2: Slugging Along
- Part 3: Shocking Twists
- Part 4: Lessons in Action
- Part 5: Battle of the Elements
- Part 6: At the End
The Eye of the Storm
- Part One: Gold's Story/Kris' Story
- Part Two: Air and Ocean
- Part Three: Pain in the Rain
- Part Four: It Takes Guts
- Part Five: Stabbed in the Hart
Hot Headed, Cold Shouldered
- Part One: Relaxation
- Part Two: Street Battle
- Part Three: Rock Dragon
- Part Four: Twin Trouble
- Part Five: Misty Views
Dawn had barely broken over New Bark Town, but the small town was alive and bustling. Men and women were preparing to head to their jobs in far off towns, releasing out Pidgeot, Noctowl and Mantine to fly there. Crying babies awoke their struggling parents, and restless children yelled for their meals.
A small cottage resided at the edge of the town. It was two stories with a triangular roof and a small balcony on top. The wood had been painted a rich purple, which made the grey roof tiles stick out. The front door was bright blue, and the windows lime green. A rainbow of flowers surrounded the perimeter of the house, with assorted spinning plastic flowers, gnomes of numerous sizes and a metre high, candy floss pink birds house sticking out of the ground.
Inside, a young girl of twelve sorted through an orange backpack. Krystal, or Kris, as she preferred to be called, had made a last minute decision the previous night, and hoped it was the right one. She shoved changes of clothes, sunscreen, a toiletries bag and a large hat into the bag, before flopping down onto the sofa. Kris had been putting off going on a journey for years in order to take care of her mum, and she if now was too late. The battle she had seen last night of Leaf and Red battling had inspired her, and she didn’t think she could contain herself any longer. But what would happen to her mum, the house, the bills? How could Kris abandon her mother like that in her hour of need?
“Talk about a rock and a hard place.” Kris groaned. Just then, there was a tapping at the windows. Kris looked up and saw a Noctowl scratching at the glass, trying to get in.
“Hello Hooty.” Kris said brightly. She was happy that something could take her mind off things, and ran over to unlock the door. Hooty flew in, flapping his wings happily, and landed on a sofa cushion.
“Noc Noc?” He hooted, stared at the bag.
“I’m going out on a Pokemon journey.” Kris explained. “Well, possibly. I am not sure if I can leave you and mum behind.”
“Don’t be ridiculous!” Kris twisted her body around, though Hooty’s head perfectly turned 180 degrees, and the two stared at the doorway. Kris’ mum walked slowly through, wearing a fluffy purple dressing gown and tying a pink bandanna around her head.
“You are going on your journey and that’s final!” She said, and pushed the bag towards Kris.
“But who is going to help you tend the garden, or help you pay the bills, or take you to the hospital?” Kris babbled.
“I have cancer Krystal, but I can still care for myself.” Her mum replied strongly. “I had nerves like you before I went on my journey. It took a certain Hoothoot to keep me under control and stop me from running home.” And she stroked Hooty’s head, who hooted softly. Kris took a deep breath and sat down.
“You’re right. I need to go on this journey, and I need to do better than you.” She added cheekily. Her mother laughed loudly and ruffled her hair.
“Come on, let’s get some food in you before you head off.”