By Terrarian Pony
WARNING: Content of this story may include violence, gore, romance, same gender romance, Pokémon, and references to several video games. If anyone is offended by any of the content listed above, than please turn back now. You have been warned.
Terrarian Pony presents...
Terran wakes up, feeling nauseous, with a huge headache. He looks in either direction, confused as to his whereabouts. "H-hello?" he says, hoping for an answer. "Hello? Where am I? What's going on here. Why can't I remember anything? Wait... okay. At least I remember my name. I'm so thirsty, though. Is that... water?"
Terran walks over to a small pond, and starts drinking from it. "Ha... well that tasted... surprisingly not bad." he said. "Wait, what's that? In the water? My reflection, it's..." The ripples in the water begin to break, and an image began to show a brown figure, with two long ears, and blue eyes. "Wha-!? I-I'm an... an Eevee!? What's going on here!?"
Suddenly, he heard bushes rustling behind him, and turned fiercely, taking a defensive stance. Two Pokémon, an Absol, and a Sylveon. Both male, and both wearing purple hooded cloaks. The Absol had an anxious expression on his face, as if he didn't want to be here. He had a blue-colored star imprinted on his horn. The Sylveon was more calm, composed. His expression seemed sympathetic.
"I apologize for your sudden transformation." the Sylveon said. "But I assure you, it is necessary." The Absol looked everywhere, but at Terran, as if he was ashamed for some reason. "Who are you!?" Terran yelled. "What did you do to me!?" The Sylveon shook his head. "Patience. I will explain everything. But first, do you remember what you really are? Or even your name?"
Terran's scowl was three times more intimidating. "You first." he demanded. The Sylveon nodded. "Very well. I am Pixie, and this is my... erm... this is Azreal." he said, pointing to himself, then toward the Absol. "Azreal saw a great disaster approaching. He sees the future, you see. We believe that the only way to stop this disaster is with a human, like yourself."
"I'm Terran. So what do want from me?" Terran asked. Azreal finally managed to bring his gaze to Terran's. "You were chosen at random." he said. "I'm sorry about your memories... a-and for bringing you here. But... but we had to. This world is in danger, and it needs you. Please... don't take it personally."
"You somehow brought into a world that isn't my own." Terran said. "And you expect me to just be okay with it?" Pixie shook his head again. "We understand you're scared and confused. But think of the bigger picture. We need you. Please. Once you help us, I promise, the universe will bring you back to where you belong, memories intact." Terran sighed. "I guess I don't have any choice but to be here. What do you need me to do?"
"When the time comes," Pixie started. "we'll help you figure that out. Until then, we must leave you." This made Terran scowl again. "Wait a minute." he demanded. "You're telling me you're just gonna drop me off here, and not give me any directions, or how this world works? What's wrong with you?" Azreal pointed towards a dirt path. "The nearest settlement is Lumina. It's nice little town. Someone may be able to help you. I wouldn't go around saying that you are a human, though."
Terran stared at the path, and sighed. "Alright, alright. What should I exp-" he trailed off as he saw that the Pokémon he was talking to had vanished, leaving no trace. "...and they're gone. Great. Well, let's hope the folks of Lumina are more open."
Not far from where they were, Azreal and Pixie were hiding. "I really don't like that we had to do that, Pix." Azreal commented. "I know, Oz." Pixie replied, not looking at Azreal. "But it's for a better cause, I promise you."
"That doesn't make me regret what we did any less!" Azreal cried. "That's not to mention, we lost Pam while we were trying to bring him here!" Azreal brought a paw up to his face, tears flowing down his cheek, and staining his coat. "I told Pam she wasn't strong enough to hold the spell. She didn't listen." Pixie said. "It nearly drained us dry as well." He turned to Azreal, placing a paw his face, and looking him in the eyes. "Her sacrifice won't be in vein. What we did, we did for all Pokémon in this world."
Azreal sniffed, and attempted to dry his eyes. "I know." he managed to say. Pixie wrapped one of his feelers around Azreal's shoulder, and leaned in for a kiss. They both shared a few seconds of passion, before they broke it. Azreal blushed bright red, as he took out a small, black rock. He held it out between the two of them, and it glowed, and a strange, swirling hole materialized out of thin air. They both walked through it without another word.
To be continued...