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Number Four Bobby Orr

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2014

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    As soon as Michael, Dora and Kinera where gone, a 13 year old boy peeked out from behind a Dumpster?. His Raichu, Charge, bounced along beside him. He opened the door, revealing trinkets galore. He picked over the pieces, taking many trinkets. A piece caught his eye. A circuit board connected to a teleporter. He walked over, disconnected it, carved a lightning bolt into the table and he and Charge ran away to trinket result 2, leaving a note that said so.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2014

    Kinera

    Kinera flies in on her white Staraptor, Ace, landing in front of the Pokemon Lab HQ. Dora, a girl with dusty brown hair and blue eyes, see her. When the childhood friends were 10, Dora went to Orre to become a scientist's apprentice. That said, that does not mean she doesn't have any Pokemon. "Hi Dora!" Kinera said. "Hey, Kinera. There has been some cases of Shadow Pokemon lately. But the odd thing is, we found out Team Cipher hasn't resurfaced," said Dora.<br>"Wait, WHAT?"<br>"Come inside. Michael will probably explain it better than me."<p>Michael, the same person who caught Shadow Lugia (AKA XD001), was inside with his Jolteon. He looked different from that time, since he is now 17. "Michael, this is Kinera, the person I told everyone who might help us," Dora said. "I'm just wondering, but why can she help us?" asked Michael, glancing at Kinera.<br>"Kinera caught Kroshadia a few months ago." Upon that answer, Michael gained a surprised expression. "Wow...Well, since Dora brought you in here, I might as well tell you what's going on," he said. "Dora told me that Shadow Pokemon has been poppin' up and that there was no evidence that Cipher came back," Kinera replied. "It started last month. At first, we thought Ardos came back and was se<_>lling Shadow Pokemon. I fought the Trainers who had the Pokemon, but when I interrogated them, they said that some shady people were se<_>lling the Shadow Pokemon. From thier description, it didn't sound like Team Cipher. They wore totally black clothes, and had a fancy white 'F' surrounded in a red and grey glow on thier shirts-" "TEAM FORGOTTEN!" yelled Kinera in outrage, interrupting Michael. He and Dora looked at her in confusion. "They were the team that nearly enveloped the world in darkness by releasing Kroshadia!" Kinera said loudly. Dora nodded and said "Maybe we can track where they would strike next?" And they went out to find more information.<p> ONE WEEK LATER...<p>Kinera, Dora, and Michael finally found out thier plans. It took many battles and Kinera (who was given a Snagem Machine and an Aura Reader) and Michael caught many Shadow Pokemon. They found out that Iverex discovered how to close the hearts of Pokemon and recently revealed to some Trainers how to do so. The three also found out that a Team Forgotten admin is on his way to the city where Kinera lives. Kinera on Ace, Dora on her Dragonite &female , and Michael on his Pidgeot &male , they flew to domestic res 4.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 7, 2013

    Great

    It was amazing

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