|Ok, as my Missingno pic has broken the 1000-view, I've decided to change my featured Dev. Here's my latest pic of Jeremiah.|
LXGames chapter 1The League of Extraordinary GamesLXGames chapter 1 by Shadymissionary
"Boss, I know how you feel about rock music and that former call girl, Lynch. But the stadium needs the money, and the bands always bring it in. We've had dozens of suggestions to boost our profits, and the concerts are the only things that are respectable enough. So I'm gonna forget the lyrics they sing and hire'em tonight. We'll discuss 'ethics' and 'taste' while we're counting the cash."
The Las Venturas stadium wasn't usually this packed. The soccer games and public speeches by the mayor were always attended by diehard sports fans and people eager to boo the politicians. It was always only half-full each time, as people and therianths in the city found more engaging things to entertain them. But now it was filled with men, women, therianths and countless others, all eager for the music to start.
Casey Lynch was in the spotlight, with every creature in the stadium having their eyes and ears on her. Most would
LXGames Mario "I hope you understand the need for confidentiality. At the moment, it is in our best interest that the existence of Rapture and the League remain a secret. That is why we are minimizing the amount of workforce brought from the surface. We have been assured that 'Mario Bros Inc' is the most reliable handyman firm available. This is why you were selected in aiding the rebuilding of this city. Any expectations of salary and supplies will be met within reason, of course. We trust we may rely on you."LXGames Mario by Shadymissionary
Mario drummed his fingers patiently as he sat in the bathysphere. He was looking forward to his destination. By blocking off the water at strategic points, he was able to drain the pumping station near Dionysus Park, emptying out enough water for actual work to be done. This would probably be his biggest challenge yet, but he was up for it.
A voice came on the handyman's commlink. "Mario, can you hear me?"
"Of course." was the cheery reply.
Sofia continued. "I was hop
|My ongoing story|
Pokemon Dark Mirror prologue The definition of a monster is subjective.Pokemon Dark Mirror prologue by Shadymissionary
The dictionary understanding of a monster is something inhuman. However, the variety of monsters, fictional and real, is so complex and deep that the simple dictionary definition becomes obsolete almost immediately. There is only one known way to organize 'monsters' as a whole, dividing them into three categories.
There are what are called 'Pocket Monsters'. Pokemon, for short. Creatures wielding the very elements and using them for powerful combat, and yet can be tamed. Befriended. Commanded. By children, no less.
Children such as Ash Ketchum. He is young. Brave. Inexperienced, by the standards of many. In truth, however, he has seen far more than any of his rivals could dream. He has ridden on the back of legends, fought with the gods themselves, and triumphed over impossible adversity. And he is still but a child.
The second class of monster is 'human monsters'. Those draped in the skin of men, but with blackest hearts, eager to pervert
|My most popular story. Part 4: Tournament of Vengeance in progress|
Dark Mirror: Tournament of Vengeance chapter 28The following night…Dark Mirror: Tournament of Vengeance chapter 28 by Shadymissionary
“Drop it, Reggie. I’m not listening to your drivel anymore.” Paul growled sourly.
“I’m just saying you should let this go, Paul. There’s always going to be another tournament. Going after Ash again isn’t going to – “
“I SAID drop it. You don’t understand anything. Goodbye.” Paul spun around and stormed out the door, Pokemon team in tow.
Reggie sighed. The sun had set a few hours ago, and Paul had just announced that he was going to get his revenge on Ash tonight. He seemed absolutely furious…Reggie hoped that he only meant a Pokemon battle, but if he didn’t…or if he lost…
Reggie grabbed his coat. He’d better follow him, to make sure nobody got hurt tonight.
Delia had woken up that morning with a sickening feeling that wouldn’t go away. The last time she felt that sick was when she’d heard about the orphanage…it was a mother’s na
Dark Mirror: Tournament of Vengeance chapter 27The next day, Misty was practically skipping down the streets. It was amazing how everything was going – mere months ago, she and Brock were filled with worry and concern about Ash and his performance. But now? Everything was amazing, even the weather. A glorious summer day, with the sunlight beaming down on her like it was encouraging her smile.Dark Mirror: Tournament of Vengeance chapter 27 by Shadymissionary
The thought occurred to her that the overabundance of good things happening was a threat of things going very wrong in the future. However, she was not going to let that suspicion ruin her day.
A package had been delivered to her hotel, and inside was a sapphire necklace in the shape of the Cascade Badge. Normally, she wasn’t much for jewelry, but this necklace was beautiful enough for her to overlook that. It had come with a note: ”From Ash. Thank you for everything.”
With that excellent start, Misty was determined to keep this good day going. This was her last day here – she was going back to Cerulean Cit
Dark Mirror: Tournament of Vengeance chapter 26After years of training and battles, countless adventures and distractions, Ash Ketchum had finally won a regional tournament! Not only that, he had bested one of his toughest rivals in a spectacular fashion that no-one would be forgetting anytime soon, especially not Paul. Everything he had worked for had paid off in a way he couldn’t have imagined a few years ago. He should’ve been on the moon with absolute joy and satisfaction.Dark Mirror: Tournament of Vengeance chapter 26 by Shadymissionary
It wasn’t that he wasn’t happy, make no mistake. He was thrilled, triumphant and giddy. His training and gambits had paid off wonderfully. It was just…well, this fight wasn’t exactly the one that had been occupying his mind for the last few weeks.
Still, he did his best to match the excitement of his friends and mother as they bombarded him with a victory celebration at his hotel room.
The moment he stepped through the door, he and Pikachu were bombarded with confetti and noisemakers. Ash winced even as he smi