Here it is my first pokégirl. I'm going to warn any readers that this will have lemons but at the same time it will OT be a lemon fest (basically you'll have to wait a while between lemons). So if you're trying to read a mindless story of a guy banging every girl he comes in contact with, this is not the story for you.
"I'm sorry but I don't see the benefits of adopting this child. Not only does he have no blood gifts, I can't even tell if he's a boy! I'm sorry but I just will not adopt him." And with that the dressed up man left the foster home leaving us to sigh sadly.
"Jacob I don't know how much more we can take of this." My wife, Mary, said to me. I grimaced at the words, even if they were right. I looked at the sad boy sitting in a chair beside us. He had long, soft black hair and very nice blue eyes. The problem he had was that he so much like a girl that most people didn't want him, claiming he'd go gay with those looks. The others left because of the extremely weird fact that he had no blood gifts.
"Go take a rest Felix." I said to the boy who just nodded slowly before leaving up the stairs. He currently lived in what was our home, the Hope Foster Care Center. However we were in the middle of some of the worst times of our life. We barely had enough money to feed our selves, let alone the poor boy. However it was getting to the point where we were sure no one wanted to adopt him.
"What should we do Jacob?" My wife asked me sadly. I was about as lost as she was. We could adopt the child ourselves, we were too poor, and no one else seemed to want to.
"Maybe we can get another foster home to take care of him." I said sadly. Unfortunately there was really no alternative unless we could get someone to adopt him with in the next two or three days. "Let's get some food started." I told to my wife. Instantly she got a bit happier before running into the kitchen to get something to cook. "If only I could forget my troubles that easily." I said to no one in particular.
It was after dinner, which tasted quite nice even if there wasn't much, and I was in my favorite spot the roof of the building. Not only was it my favorite spot but also my favorite time of the month, a full moon shining above me. I could hear the noises of pokégirls rustling in the nearby forest. It was really my favorite setting.
"How are you doing Felix?" I turned to see the male owner of the adoption home. He laid down beside and began to look up at the full moon along side me.
I smiled a bit and simply replied, "I'm okay." I loved being in his company, he gave of a weird aura that made it feel as if everything would be alright.
"That's good." He said. I could hear the sadness in his voice which saddened me a bit. However I couldn't stay sad long with the full moon shining down the way it was. I don't know why but the sight of the full moon always calmed me down. "I need to go check on Mary; will you be okay up here alone?"
"Of course I will." I said as I watched him leave. I looked back up to the sky and smiled, tonight was a really beautiful night.
As I slowly got sleepier I saw a weird ghost like figure floating in front of me. I stumbled back a bit to get away from it, not knowing if it was dangerous or not, though that proved a mistake. The sudden movement making me slip of the roof of the two story building. I put my hands in front of me in defense but the impact never came. I looked up to the shining golden eyes of my savoir.
"Who are you?" I asked in a slightly fearful voice. I heard a voice laughing softly at me in my head. The weird ghost floated up back to the roof and placed me there gently. "Thank you?" I said cautiously to the weird ghost like creature.
'You're welcome.' A voice said in my head, which made me jump back a bit. I almost fell off the building again just for me to stop my fall. 'A young one shouldn't play on the roof.' While the voice was talking in my mind the ghost's hands were moving around, as if they were trying to shape her words.
"What are you?" I asked cautiously while reaching to touch on of the dog=like ears on the ghost's head. To my happy surprise she let me. They felt like they had a very soft fur on them and it tickled my hands a bit. A laughed at the feeling and I could hear the ghost's laughter in my head.
'May you have a wonderful life.' The voice said in my head suddenly. Before I could ask what the ghost meant, it pulled me into a hug, which was surprisingly warm since even I knew that ghost were normally cold. I closed my eyes and leaned into it and as the hug continued a felt a soft warm feeling flow through my body before it suddenly stopped. When I opened my eyes the ghost was gone but not before I heard Jacob call me from down stairs.
"I'm coming!" I said before going back into the house. When I got there I saw a man in a dark blue cloak that covered everything but his head. However, unlike what his clothes would suggest, he had a nice and warm smile on his face and long black hair. I could almost feel a strange magic coming off of him.
"Felix this man asked if he could adopt you." Jacob said which caused my eyes to widen in surprise and happiness. No one ever wanted to adopt me yet this guy just came in and asked. "If you accept you'll be leaving tomorrow." I smiled and nodded my head yes.
"Come on I'll help you back your stuff." Mary said and I ran up the stairs to get my stuff while Jacob gave the man the papers he had to sign.
The next day I was leaving the adoption home though not before I gave a hug to the kind man and lady that took care of me for so long. I was going to pay them back someday though I didn't know that at the time. As I walked away with the kind yet mysterious man I felt that all of this had something to do with the weird ghost I saw last night. Thank you. I said quietly in my head, I was going to pay the ghost back to one day.
"Come on kiddo." The man said which caused me to smile and pick up my pace so I could keep up with him.
-Eight Years Later-
"So how are you doing today dad? Me? It's kind of dull around here without you." I spoke to the grave that held my father. Oh course I didn't get an answer. I only came here because it made me feel a little better.
My foster-dad had died two years after he adopted me. The doctors said it was from him having the limited time blood curse which made me a bit sadder about his death. Why was it that good people that everyone looked up to died? This was the day that marked him dead for six years, which also marked my sixteenth birthday. I reached around my next and grabbed the collar I had on. Said collar was more like a necklace and on it was a beautiful silver bell. It gave of a beautiful ring that sounded just like happiness should sound like. My foster-dad had once told me that it could calm down even the most vicious and dangerous pokégirls before he gave it to me.
"Well I guess I'll see you later dad." I gave him a small bow before getting ready to live. I took about five steps when I felt a presence which put me on guard since I was the only one who came here. However when I saw who it was, though the figure didn't know, I relaxed a bit. Just when it sprung at me I reached out my arms and grabbed my best friend into a hug.
"Darn how did you know it was me?" My best friend mock pouted. I let go of her so she could stand on her own. Her name was Talia. She had long black hair that fell to her shoulders and bright blue eyes. In a way she looked a lot like me since I had blue eyes and black hair just like her. The only difference was that my hair was lightly spiked and didn't come all the way down to my shoulders, though it did get close. Also my skin was a bit on the darker side which caused a lot of kids at the Tamer's School to call me black, though I didn't really care about what they thought or called me.
"Well you're the only person who comes to visit me when I come here every year." I said while we began walking away from the grave together. While we were walking, I kept sneaking glances at her. Talia's mom was a celestial which gave Talia a big chance of tresholding into one herself. Her mom was quite sure she would threshold into an angel.
When we finally got to the town we were greeted by the beautiful sight that was Izumo town. Izumo town was a town hidden in the mountains with delicious fresh air and beautiful cheery blossom trees everywhere. There was even a small slow stream that made its way through the town. The town held a special magic that made it a wonderful place for tamers who wanted a break or for pokégirls who didn't want a tamer. Here in Izumo town pokégirls didn't need to be tamed. Because of that pokégirls were treated with a lot more respect here than most places. Of course there was a benefit for the normal humans.
"Felix look out!" I heard Talia yell before she tackled me down just as a small fire ball zoomed past the place I had been standing.
"Aw, what's wrong? The little girly girl can't take care of himself?" One of the guys from the tamer's school sneered. The benefit of this town for normal humans was that here anyone could learn magic, even those that would normally be unable to do it. Of course that didn't help when there were people like him running around.
"Hey I'm not a girl!" I yelled out indigently as I got my feet angrily. I could feel the small amounts of magic, which everyone who came here seemed to have, start surging inside me. The bully, who went by the name of Travis, got ready to fight though it never happened. Before he could do anything Talia hit him across the side of his head with a well-aimed kick. He was knocked out instantly which would have made me sweat drop, if this had been an anime.
"Well that was easy." She said happy before coming back over to my side. "Now let's celebrate your birthday." I smiled at the mention of the second reason this day was important to me.
"This house too big…" I said for about the thousandth time as I got home. Talia just giggled as we walked into my home. My house was only one story but it made up for it by being long. The only house in Izumo that was bigger was the mayor's house.
"Hurry up or we'll be late to your party!" Talia said while quickly running into the house. The house was old fashion just like the rest of the city. I didn't have much in the room of furniture or things like that. I spent most of my time hanging out with Talia or working with the little magic I did have so I saw no need for those types of things. I quickly went to my room and changed into more party related clothes but before I left I looked at a book that was on my dresser. I smiled sadly as I saw which book it was.
"This was my favorite story…" I said to my self as I began reading the short book. The book was more of a prophecy as my dad said. My dad spent a lot of his time trying to find out what was going to happen in the future so he could better prepare the world for it. I had given me this book and a small box before he left his last journey. The last time I saw him alive was when he crawled back to the village almost dead. But even though he was dying he was still smiling.
"I did it son… I did it." Those had been his last words before he died. I don't know what he meant though. I always read this book on my birthday I realized as I looked back on the years. The book said that an angel surrounded in chains would come in great pain. However the angel would be freed from pain and help a boy on his quest. Sometimes I fancied I was that boy.
When I put the book down I decided to open the box that he left me. Inside was a beautiful silver bell. The ringing from this bell could make the angriest pokégirl calm. My dad once joked he had chased of a horde of mantises using this bell. I didn't wear it often though simply because I wanted to make sure the bell stayed safe, after all a lot of people have already tried to steal it. I decided I would take the chance and put the bell around my neck. Soon Talia came charging in.
"Why do you take so long? You're going to be late for your own party if you keep this up." I laughed at her which mad her roll her eyes before going out the door. I took on last look at the book and left for my party.
"How is the project coming along?" A mysterious cloaked man asked.
"Well it seems to be going good sir. However I still do not think it is a good idea…" Before the man could finish talking the cloaked man backhanded him. The significantly shorter man stumbled to the ground while a pokégirl behind the perpetrator laughed.
"Do you want to finish that sentence?" The man asked with venom in his voice which caused the man to start panicking and mumbling in fear. "I thought so." The cloaked figure said. Said man quickly walked down the hall and opened the door to a secret room and smiled. In front of him was a Penance being tortured in everyway possible, the gag in her mouth not doing much to stop her screaming. "Soon my ultimate pokégirl will be completed" He said while smiling cruelly. He looked back at the pokégirl that was following him, a Dark Queen. "Is everything prepared?"
"Yes master." The pokégirl said with a bow.
"It has been a week since we started the torture; the time is almost at hand." He said while laughing. The scientists that were working just ignored him and went back to work. They didn't care about this pokégirl's suffering. They had all been promised extremely good pay and a chance to make history by studying the Anima's DNA make-up when it was made.
"Just thinking about it gives me chills. I'll be the third person in history to own an anima. I will rule the world with you Melisa as my queen and with my Anima as my iron fist! " The Dark Queen shook giddily at the promise he made. When he first received her as a Youma they had promised each other they would rule over the world together and here they were almost gone with the plans. When this pokégirl was done they would have the power to finish their goals and rule the world!
"Sir I still don't think it is wise for you to be so close when it is about to evolve especially since you used a TWAU for the anima's creation, who knows what it could do." The man just rolled his eyes at the cowardly mans suggestion. He would meet this pokégirl head on and capture her like a man. Suddenly all the machines around started to go haywire disturbing everyone who was working. The cloaked man watched in glee as all the shadow in the room left their owners and went to the screaming penance. When all of them had gathered they surged up around the pokégirl slowly signaling that the evolution was starting. Most of the scientists were writing down what was happening excitedly. One person, the cowardly advisor, was already running but no one cared about him, however that was when the unexpected happened. Blackish chains shot out of the dark cloud and hooked on to some of the scientist. They screamed as they were pulled into the dark cloud. After that there was no noise although blood was flowing from the shadows. All the remaining people began to panic and tried to run.
"Cowards…" the Dark Queen said before getting ready for battle. She didn't have to wait long because soon the shadows melted into the pokégirl. Standing there in front of her was a 5'10" girl with chains wrapping her arms and spikes lining them along with her head. Her skin was pale and looked like it had been ripped apart. A few spikes also were in her legs and two wing-like shells of energy formed around her. Out of her back, writhing like snakes, were four spiked chains. Her hair was blocking vision to her eyes though eerily the pokégirl was starting straight at Melisa.
"Defeat her Melisa!" The cloaked man said and the dark type jumped at the Anima a dark blade in hand. The pokégirl swung her blade just for the chains around the anima's arms to come alive, much to their amazement. "Anima's can't move their arms!" The man shouted in surprise. The chains surrounded the Dark Queens arms, biting into her skin and stopping her attack.
"What the heck." Melisa shouted before turning her body to kick the Anima in the face though the attack did absolutely nothing to hurt her. Her head simply turned at the impact. "Dark Bomb!" The pokégirl yelled as a mass of black energy formed in her hands. The attack flew off and hit the anima in the head causing her to stumble back a bit though even that damage wasn't significant.
"This can't be!" The masked man yelled in terror. All of the types that make up an anima are weak to dark types so that attack should have done more!" The anima just stood there watching quietly as they talked and tried to hurt her.
"Fine she wants to play rough!" The dark queen shouted before breaking free from the chains. Forming a dark blade in both of her hands she dashed the anima, dodging all of the chains that were shot at her. However when she reached the anima she saw the attack formed in its hands, and realized that the chains had all missed on purpose just to lure her in. Before the Dark queen could do anything a transcendent sword attack ripped straight through her chest. The anima then ripped the blade upwards almost completely severing the left side of the dark queen's body from the rest, not for overkill but to make sure the dark queen didn't heal from the attack.
The masked man screamed and sent out the other five pokégirls he had with him and sent them to kill the anima. "Kill the wrench!" He screamed his voice cracking a bit in sorrow from the loss of his first pokégirl. While his other pokégirls fought the anima he went to Melisa and began binding the left side to the rest of the body, hoping her healing abilities would save her. However his hope was ending when he heard a chorus of screams. He turned back to where his team was to see all of them ripped apart and bleeding.
"B…B...But A…a…nimas aren't that strong…" He stuttered as the chained girl walked up to him. It looked at him coldly before driving a chain right through his head and his Dark Queen. The pokégirl then started to glide on her energy wings to kill the rest of the people that had added in her creation. Even still though a small part of her was sad for the ones she just killed.
-Back at Izumo Five Hours Later—
"Thanks for walking me home Felix." Talia said with a smile. I just smiled back at her and stretched out my body. The party had taken up the rest of the day and it was quite late and we were exhausted. However we were both smiling happily at all of the fun we had. Talia had arranged the whole party with the help of her mom. I looked at the ring that was on my finger. It was made of silver and had a sapphire in it that shined just like the moon. She told me she made it herself out of some of the minerals in the mountains. She said that it had the ability to boost my magic, something I would enjoy a lot.
"You did so much for me today so it was the least I could do." I finally replied. She giggled before opening the power so she could go in. However before she did she turned quickly and gave me a brief kiss on the lips. I blushed in embarrassment which made her laugh.
"See you later Felix." She said before slipping inside her house. I smiled before making my way to my home at the edge of town. It was a beautiful walk just like always. There were even some kids playing outside which just showed how safe of a town Izumo was.
"I wonder if the rest of the world is this beautiful…" I asked myself as I walked home. I only had faint memories of life before Izumo. In fact I had troubles remembering the name of the foster home runners. While I was stuck into memory lane I accidently took a wrong turn and by the time I noticed I was in the woods. I was about to turn back and go home when I heard a faint scream and instantly I ran to the sound. When I got there I saw a chained girl in front of me, floating right off the ground fighting a tamer's pokégirl.
"What are you?" The tamer said. He obviously wasn't from Izumo though he must have had a good heart if he was this close to the town. Izumo gave off a weird aura that keep people that didn't have nice heart away. Of course it wouldn't kick out a child born there with a cruel personality but that person would get lose easily all of the time.
The chained girl floated their silently. The pokégirl was eerily beautiful even with the scar like markings on her skin. A depressing aura was flowing off of her and it gave me a horrible headache. Around the girl was all of his pokégirls, except a Shy Queen, bleeding badly yet alive. The girl didn't make a sound as it lifted up a chain and brought it down on the tired shy maiden who could do anything to stop the attack and fainted.
"Stay away!" The tamer screamed as he tried to get away from the pokégirl who was floating towards him. I ran up to help him causing the angel to turn to me. It brought up one of its chains to bring it down on me. However before it could I put up a magic shield, however instead of the shield blocking the attack it just shattered against the attack and the chain fell on me. I grunted in pain as the spikes in the chain dug into me. I quickly got up though and shot a blast of water, which was my magic element, at the weird creature. It didn't even flinch as the attack did nothing against her, except maybe making her float back an inch.
"What is this thing?" I said to myself. It floated closer towards me and raised one of its chains, preparing for an attack. "Okay how do I beat this thing? I can… ouch stupid headache." I looked up just in time to roll away from the chain that almost hit me. "Okay take this! Shot Rain!" I yelled out as small balls of water appeared. Each ball was only about half a centimeter around and there was only about ten of them. However the size and number made up for it in their speed flying at the pokégirl like small bullets. I smiled as the attack speed towards the pokégirl, ignoring the wave of pain and exhaustion that came from using my most powerful move. I was brought out my happiness by a chain smashing into my arm, almost breaking it on contact.
I fell to the ground silently in pain as the pokégirl floated towards me. "It didn't do anything?" I said to myself as it got closer. I then noticed that there were a few welts on her skin that were healing over quickly. "So she can heal herself…" A chain slipped around me and lifted me up so that I was right in front of her and she opened her mouth showing me all of the sharp teeth inside. However before anything else happened something fell out of my pocket that made her stop and let me down. I looked at the dropped object just for my eyes to widen. It was my bell. I had forgotten about it when I took it off and placed it in my party. I picked up the bell and began ringing it in front of the pokégirl. I watched in amazement as she stopped floating and just stood there.
Now that I actually looked at the pokégirl I noticed it had to be in a lot of pain. Blood was pouring from the spikes in her arms and head, with a few even in her legs. There was blood coming from the chains in her body and flowing from her eyes like tears. The pain in my head slowly began increasing as I looked at the tragedy that was this weird pokégirl. Without think I placed the bell around the pokégirls neck which she allowed me to without any problems. I took off my shirt and placed in on the bare pokégirl, not minding as her spikes cut into my shirt, and began to lead her back to my house. She followed without a single word.
-A Few Days Later—
"Here you go." I told to the silent pokégirl as I gave her some medicine. The weird energy that gave me headaches was gone now, much to my relief. The silver bell was still around her neck which was probably the reason she wasn't attacking me. "Let's change those bandages okay?" I began to replace the bandages I placed all around the spikes and chains she had. Not only did it relieve some of her pain but it also stopped her bleeding. I wasn't sure but when ever I placed the bandages around her she seemed just a bit happier.
"And now here's lunch." I said as I gave her a plate of raw fish. I learned the hard way that she only ate raw meat when I tried to feed her cooked meat. Instead of going for the steak she bit my hand…
"Felix, you home?" I heard Talia yell from the entrance of my house. I panicked a bit before running out the room, though not before telling the pokégirl to stay put.
"Hi Talia, what are you doing here?" I asked to which she scowled.
"I know you're hiding something. You've been home by your self for the last three days. You even skipped the magic training class and you never did that before."
"It's noting I've been a bit sick that's all. I'll be at the classes tomorrow." I said which caused her to soften up.
"Okay but I have one question. Why are you caring around bandages and raw meat?" Color drained from my face while she gave me a triumphant grin that told me she knew my secret. "You found an injured pokégirl didn't you?" I nodded my head since that was pretty much the truth. "You didn't have to hide that from me you know." She said while smiling. "So where is she?" I sighed and began to lead her to it. When I opened the door to the room the anima was still sitting there quietly. However Talia's face lost all color from it.
"Fe…Fe...Felix th...th...ats an Anima!" I gave her a questioning look. I knew the girl was a bit scary but I didn't mind it much, since I didn't get scared too easily. "You don't know what an anima is? It's an alpha ranked threat! If it's really trying to it could kill you in a second." While she said all that she began running. I quickly caught up to her and stopped her before she left.
"You can't tell any body!" I told her which made her struggle harder.
"We have to run. That thing can kill us." She kept on rambling about how dangerous the pokégirl was. Eventually I started to shake her bringing her back to her senses.
"No need to worry. I've taken care of her for three days now, she won't hurt me and she isn't a thing she's a pokégirl." Talia slowly nodded her head yes and I let go of her. "Will you promise not to tell anyone?" She again nodded her head yes which I smiled to. "Thanks now let me introduce you to Hope." I lead her back to the anima with her shaking slightly yet I could tell she trusted me.
When I walked into the room with the anima she looked up at me with her crack-filled eyes and smiled to which I just had to smile back. As I watched my best friend get to know the anima, and get bitten a few times, I suddenly remembered the story of the chained angel…