I just want to say at first that this is as of now totally PG-13. I may use the S-word, A-word, and innuendo of a sort, though nothing obviously offensive to any religion, sexual orientation, or avid anime fan.
Chapter One: Time to go...
A dark figure sits up out of bed, having rolled out in his sleep. He stretches, yawns, and gets up. Taking his time, he gets ready for his first day as a Pokemon Trainer. His mother bursts in the door wearing a face mask, saying he overslept by an hour because of Daylight Savings Time. He rushes downstairrs and out the door immediatly.
Raven: (breathing heavily) Heh... not good.
Running down the street, he grabs his bike and leaps on, racing down the hill at a very high speed for a bike. He leaps off again, just in time to crash it, sans Raven, into a ditch. It lands atop a bunch of other bikes, seemingly he sleeps in often. He dashes to the grand, ornate doors of Proffesor Rosebud, his overtolerant grandmother and teacher.
Raven: (calming down) I'm so sorry, grandma, I meant to change my clock, but... well... (mumbles off into Excuseland)
Rosebud: Well, well, he's here. I'm gonna have to break the bad news to you now. I have only one left.
Raven: WHAT!? No... I wanted an Aron for my first pokemon.
Rosebud: You did? Well, this is your quasi-lucky day, my grandson. It's not quite an Aron, though.
Raven: Aww.. well, let's look at it. What is it?
Rosebud: It's a Beldum. It is also of the Steel-type, just like Aron. Check it out.
Rosebud tosses the Ball into the middle of the hall and releases a Beldum.
Raven: Well, it certainly seems strong and sturdy-looking... I'll accept that. Hey, Beldum. How about it? You wanna be my Pokemon?
The Beldum levitates up to eye level with Raven, floating gently up and down a bit. It shakes its ball up and down indicating a nod.
Raven: Great! I know we'll get along well. Grandma, I've been studying, just like you told me to. I know all about the Pokemon League challenge. I just want to know where the nearest Gym is.
Rosebud: The nearest Gym is in Violet City. It's a bit north of here. I'd suggest going home first and talking it over with your mother, however. I'll see you tommorow.
<OOC> And the same to you, fans. How you like it so far?</OOC>