I know this story is weird. After all, it's story whose plot whose progression basically keeps swaying. Also a Story Deal by the way. I'm aiming for this to be a multi-chapter thing.
Oh, and warning: this might be very corny and confusing to read. It probably won't drive you insane though unless you try to understand it.
Story 1: Wingulling it
Target: Wingull (one for now)
Characters: 5 to 10 thousand
Actually: About 5.8 thousand
Ah, islands, a place to go to get some relaxation. Most of the time they are relaxing, but sometimes something unsettling happens, volcanoes erupt, tribes become not so friendly, etc. Actually, this upcoming tale shows a very weird way of unsettling in an island. Two Wingull, a duo that barely leave each other's side, see some not so peaceful things. Of course, it was one of those places with volcanoes nearby, but still.
These two were very eccentric creatures, barely paying attention to details and letting life basically just fly by. Everything stated here will be by their perspective.
Wait, you don’t know what a Wingull is? Well, it’s a bird-like creature, with white wings that have a blue section in their center. At the edge of the wing was a V-like cut. Wingull also have a white tail, which are blue at their end. That pretty much sums them up, so time to continue!
Here, the tale shall be shown for all to read, no matter how they get here. And so begins the tale of some young Wingull and the group of troublesome Pokémon they belong to...
"Watch out man!" Upon hearing the sound, the Wingull flew right, a rock barely missing its wing.
"Thanks for telling me dude", the Wingull soon said, grateful for barely missing such a high-powered shot.
"No problem", the voice replied. This voice, the same as the one alerting Wingull of the danger, came from below. Its holder soon enough appeared as another Wingull.
Almost certainly, they would have continued speaking, but the conversation though was halted when another voice suddenly broke in.
"Are you two going to battle or what?" It soon said. This time, the voice came from an Aerodactyl, a once extinct pterodactyl-like species that was brought back to being from resurrection machines.
It was one of the few things humans did that wild Pokémon appreciated, even though that list was overshadowed by another list of bad things they do.
Among that list was ‘capturing’ Pokémon and using them for
various recreations. The worst part wasn’t that they were ‘controlling’ the Pokémon in some ways; it was that it created a sort of tier between the wild and owned ones.
Owned ones were always shown to act more snobby and stuck-up because they were ‘chosen’. They usually let go of connections with their family and former friends, only remaining loyal to anyone their ‘Trainer’ had connections with. Such a sad story, but it was a really common one.
Now back to the story, where Aerodactyl recently broke into the conversation. Anyway, as probably inferred, it was Aerodactly who sent the rock blast at one of the Wingull. The three were doing a 1v2 fight to see if Aerodactyl had gotten stronger since the last time he saw the two Wingull.
The last time was in fact, the first time as well. Their first meeting was complicated to say the least, and even a bit disturbing to the Wingull.
Yes, the last time they met, that was a hilarious story. The two Wingull met the Aerodactyl when they went to the research laboratory near the beach. The scientists there, all interestingly looking like each other for some reason, were flabbergasted as Wingull appearing in the area. It was odd enough to be in the laboratory, but the whole island didn’t really have Wingull or other birds in general.
In fact, they tried to shoo the Wingull toward the nearby cool islands. While not the perfect environment, it was good enough.
Scientists are apparently horrible at direction though, and they directed the two Wingull to the resurrection laboratory. There they saw something, no not something, but someone! That wasn’t it though, he – or was it a she, or even an ‘it’ – was being created!
Even to this day, neither Wingull knew why they stared at the whatever-it-is being created.
Though it was obvious why they weren’t caught at that moment; the scientists were too busy with the task at hand to notice them. This was too much of a mysterious moment, and both Wingull recall wanting to leave but having no idea how to.
In fact, they regretted even entering the laboratory in the first place. It was a strange
How’d they get there? Well, they were simply on there way from a voyage starting at Slateport City, Hoenn to well, they don't remember. Suddenly, the wind became ferocious, sending the two Wingull spiraling toward an island far from their destination.
The island, known to residents as Cinnabar Island, seemed to be a very quaint town at first. Soon though, many things around the area started to intrigue the curious seagull-like creatures. For example, the island had a craggy volcano as one of its biggest tourist attractions, a laboratory to resurrect previously extinct species, and even a burnt down mansion. The Wingull themselves were flying into the door when it suddenly – and luckily – opened and closed right when they were about to hit it.
Later they would find that they also barely missed a human’s two shoulders whilst sailing through the door.
So many places to explore, so little time to do it. You may be wondering how there was little time. Well, the Wingull were going to the place they had to go to for a group meeting. The group was abbreviated as the TSPO, which stood for 3 words the Wingull never bothered to memorize.
Anyway, the group meant once a year, and it was vital for all members to attend. Otherwise, they were dead to the group and taken out of the club.
Now, these Wingull had worked hard to join the club, and they honestly did not want to throw away the one thing in life they actually earned. You now might be wondering one thing though, how did they join the club? Sorry, but we've already strayed too far away from the story and can't go farther without the risk of forgetting about it. So I guess we'll wrap up here
Whatever happened to the Wingull during the battle though? Well, my friend, we'll just have to wait and see.