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Betrayal, Chapter 5: False Prophet
Fox and I finally arrived in Pacifidlog Town. I instantly remember how the place was named, logs. Logs everywhere. Looking around, I saw Rayquaza's home tower. As much as I wanted to explore, I couldn't waste time looking around. I had to get Prophet's sword. We surfed to a few islands near the Regi Ruins. Looking down through the water, I could barely see where the entrance was, even with my X-ray vision. "I don't know. Looks pretty deep. Maybe we should get Riptide to open it." Fox looked at me with a grin. "Jackson Rentoraa Fawxeyes. I'm surprised that you're afraid to get wet." I was steaming instantly. "Shut up, I'll get it." With that, I took a deep breath and dove in. As I was looking around, I couldn't help but think. "Wait, my middle name is Rentoraa? At least it's not Edward." Finally, I found the entrance. I swam over to it, and quickly turned a lever. There was a tremor, and I heard something open. Almost out of breath,
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Chaper 3: Time Gears
"HEY, YOU TWO! UP AND AT 'EM!" Loudred roared. I swear to Altair, I think my ears were bleeding. "Hey, Natasha. Get up." I whispered, gently nudging her. She woke up and yawned. "Morning, Geoff." I smiled, and we got up to the morning ceremony. "ONE! DON'T SHIRK WORK! TWO! RUN AWAY AND PAY! THREE! SMILES GO FOR MILES!" Chatot chimed in. "Alright, Pokemon. Let's get to work!" Then, we all enthusiastically roared in unison, "HOORAY!" And left off. Chatot glanced at us. "Ah, you two." We turned to face him. "Take jobs from the Outlaw Notice Board. But first, you should get some items from Treasure Town. Go to the Keckleon market." Natasha and I nodded. "Yes, Chatot."
Treasure Town was gorgeous. Its beauty almost compared to the Pride Of Lions. Natasha explained some of the stands around town, and finally we reached the Keckleon Market. I noticed two pokemon there, buying some items. A Marill and an Azurill. "...Thank
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Chapter 9: Ground Rules
After hearing everything Arceus spoke of to me, I couldn't believe it. "But ... why did he do it?" I asked, looking up into her emerald eyes. "Not even I know, young Fawxeyes." She answered. Sighing, Arceus then resumed speaking of the prophecy. "Now, what you five need to do is disposess the Corrupted Legendaries. To do that you will have to 'Kill' them." At that moment, I knew what we were all thinking. Still, we shouted out simultaniously, "WHAT!?" Arceus replied with a giggle. "I know what you're thinking. I don't mean it literally. Just figuratively. I'm going to give you each a weapon to assassinate them, therefore releasing them from their Corrupt state. What Darkrai failed to realize is that his Corrupt powers form on the outside of a Legendary's body. You will be killing the Corrupt part of them. Now, Fawxeyes!" She turned to me. Using her powers, she lifted an item off of a mahogany desk, dropping it into my hands. I took one look a
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Chapter 8: The Prophecy
Ryan and I were right at the gate to Veilstone City, and the moment we entered, we got plenty of unnesessary attention. Apparantly, Ryan was as famous as I was in Johto. Even so, we still parted the sea of fans rather easily.
It took the two of us a few minutes before we got to his house. He knocked on the door, and a rather tall Houndoom answered. Ryan smiled at him and greeted him with "Hi, Tyler" I couldn't believe my eyes. Tyler Cress... or whatever he was now, as a Houndoom. He then looked at me, then back to Ryan. "Who's the Luxray?" He asked. Ryan chuckled. "You mean you don't recognize him?" Tyler still looked confused. I quickly used my X-Ray vision to see there was two other pokemon coming towards the front door, a Garchomp and a Sceptile. I struggled to think of something that would make Tyler recognize me. "Uh...OH! Are you familiar with these lyrics of a funny song? 'Nod at the bird and people die, everywhere, people d