Pokemon: Infinite Universes:
By Master Luxray
a.k.a. 40KEndgame (all of Google's services), Canis Shepalute (Arwingpedia), Admin (Necrontyr Online)
Update: I've posted my last completed prewritten chapter. Expect weekly updates from now on.
Author's note: Due to the darkened nature of this fan fiction as compared to the original games, viewer discretion is suggested.
Foreword: I guess you remember the adventures of a 10 year old kid named Red, who battled his way through eight gyms, the entire Team Rocket, and even the Elite Four on his way to the top. Well, this is that story - rewritten! See how things change as small details are redone and events are twisted unrecognizably, yet still retain a sense of familiarity.
- Blue was a hostile rival instead of a sarcastic one?
- Red was stalled in delivering Oak's package?
- Brock led out with Onix instead of Geodude?
I'm sure you're wondering what will happen.
Now, I will present to you, the first Pokemon: Infinite Universes fan fiction, Pokemon: Infinite Universes: FireRed/LeafGreen.
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Chapter 1 - Oak's call.
April 4th, 5 ASP
Pallet Town, Kanto
Red woke up early, excited to begin his career as a Pokemon trainer. He headed down the stairs from his room to find his mother talking on the phone. He was about to head out when she hung up and told him the news.
"Prof. Oak had to run an errand to Viridian City, and he won't be back until three", she said.
"Ok mom", Red replied, "I'll just wait at his lab then."
"You're not heading out already, are you? If so, just stay out of the tall grass on your way there. Would you like to borrow Eevee for your trip?"
"It's just a walk down the road! I'll be fine!” exclaimed Red as he walked out the door.
A few minutes later, Red reached a white professional building. There was a sign out front that read:
PALLET TOWN POKEMON RESEARCH CENTER
DR. S. OAK, D.S. IN POKE-ZOOLOGY
"I'm here", Red said to himself.
He entered the doorway and headed down the hall. On his way to the trainer's instruction room, he passed a small room that had an unusual cylindrical machine.
At the instruction room, similar to a classroom but with a gym like battle ring in front of the desk, Blue Oak, who was known as Gary to his friends, was waiting at the desk.
"Yo Red, you're late, but better late than never!"
"Yeah. By the way, where's Professor Oak?" Red replied.
"He left a minute ago. I'm sure you can catch him if you head out now."
"Oh. Thanks, Gary!"
"Meh, no problem", Blue said, "I'm anxious to get started too."
Author's note: I'm sorry that this first chapter was so short, but the events that follow will not fit in with the setting of chapter 1.