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March 31st, 2008, 12:38 PM
Now I know what some of you are thinking. "Ash and Gary wuz always rivalz, lol. Wut r u crzy or sumtin?" Well, that whole rivals since they were babies thing makes them sound like some kind of wild animals. So, why not spice things up a bit? Of course, sometime later in the story, you might be thinking, "Hey, u can't be mixin' tagetha da manga and da anime! Joo r srsly high on sumptin cuz joo is talkin' sum crzy stuffs lol oneone" Well guess what? Yes, I can mix the manga and the anime together. That's why it's called fan fiction. So there. I originally started this on another forum but it got shut down after I wrote the first chapter. I'm serious. So, why not re-write it for the fan fic lovers here on PC? I'm probably boring you with this incredibly long intro, aren't I? Sorry, it's a habit lol. So let's get to the story before I put you to sleep talking about the story. xD

Ash and Gary: Friends, Rivals?
Written by: EmpoleMew

DISCLAIMER!: I do not own Pokemon or anything related to Pokemon in any way possible. Pokemon is owned by Nintendo and Game Freak and all of their partners. If I owned it, would it be called fan fiction? Didn't think so.

Chapter I: Waking Up on the Wrong Side of the Bed!

It was night. The sky was an inky black, showered in the bright flicker of stars. A cooling breeze was blowing through the treetops. The area was nearly silent. All that could be heard were the sounds of a flock of Pidgey flying by, and the laughter of two children. In the middle of the forest, a boy and a girl sat on a park bench chatting up a storm. Many of the forest Pokemon tried to attack them to get them to quiet down, but they needed their rest. After a while, there was complete silence. A deep, eerie silence that seemed to make the peaceful area seem like death row. The silence didn't last long, as the girl spoke quietly to the boy sitting next to her.

"Kiss me, Ash."

The boy did not reply, but he acted on the statement. He leaned in to kiss her, when the ground shook violently. The forest floor crumbled from underneath the boy, who fell into the dark abyys. He could not see anything, but faintly, he could hear the girl's cries for him. The sound of her calling his name echoed throughout the forest and in his mind. But then, the voice changed. Instead of a mourning tone, he heard anger. He heard the angry tone of his mother's voice calling, as he realized he was dreaming.

"Ash Ketchum, you'd better get out of this bed now, or else!"

THe young boy ignored his mother's "nagging banter" as he called it, and went back to sleep. Aware he was dreaming, he was no longer in the peaceful forest scene, but a very crowded beach scene. Over to his right, he saw the same girl he was dreaming about before. Without either of them speaking, they embraced and finally kissed. He could hear people screaming, but he didn't know why. The couple released each other and looked to see a tidal wave heading for them. As the wave crashed down on them, the young boy sprung out of his bed soaking wet.

"Cold, cold, cold, cold!", he shouted.

"I warned you, but you just had to push it, didn't you?", replied the mother.

"Was the water really nessecary? I mean, honestly, there's other methods you could have--"

"Don't test me Ash. We made a deal, and when you refuse to get up on Wednesday mornings, you get the bucket."

"Hitting me with it wasn't part of the deal."

His mother, a tall, slim, brown-haired woman, simply scoffed at him and went downstairs. Ash walked into the bathroom as his mother set the table for breakfast. He walked out five minutes later wearing a black t-shirt, black jeans and a red denim jacket. His blue eyes and black hair seemed to shine in the light. He hesitated to speak, but eventually engaged his mother in conversation.

"Mom, I-I think I'm in love."

"Is that so, honey?", his mother replied almost sarcastically. "So, who is it?"

Reluctant to answer, he spoke, "You remember Sammantha Blue? She lives in Viridian City?"

At first, his mother didn't believe what she heard her son say. She decided not to carry out the conversation any longer. The ten year old boy grabbed a green backback and ran towards the door.

"Bye, see you after school!", he shouted, slamming the door behind him.

His mother looked across the table and saw the plate of food just as she put it. She chuckled and spoke in a soothing tone.

"He forgot to eat breakfast again."

"Mime?", answered her confused Pokemon, Mr. Mime.

End Chapter I

So, good? Bad? Need work? Tell me what you think.

P.S. I posted this before, but everything I posted that day disappeared. (Which wasn't really much.)

March 31st, 2008, 1:37 PM
I know its not done but if it was i was going to say a little longer but other than Thats I like it so far:)