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  • 92 weeks
    The Thunder Clan - Chapter 34 (END)

    Roxy found herself reflecting on the incredible journey she had gone through. Once her Poké Ball had deposited her in that forest, she had thought her life was over forever. It had felt like all but her beating heart had been taken away from her all at once, never to return. A brief spark of hope was all that had remained, and that had been the only thing that kept her safe from the

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  • 96 weeks
    The Thunder Clan - Chapter 33

    The main area of the dock was full of families, human and Pokémon alike, all waving goodbye to passengers that were on the boat. Roxy only cared about the singular Pikachu at the end of the dock, though. Already the boat was starting to speed up, taking her away from him faster and faster.

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  • 104 weeks
    The Thunder Clan - Chapter 32

    "Is…Is that…?" she whispered in disbelief.

    "That it is, Roxy," Taka replied as he stepped into her field of vision, "The edge of the forest."

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  • 107 weeks
    The Thunder Clan - Chapter 31

    "Taka!" she moved back over to his front half. "Taka, c'mon! You gotta sit up! Come on!" When all he did was groan again, Roxy took the initiative and rolled him over so he was lying on his back.

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  • 110 weeks
    The Thunder Clan - Chapter 30

    "Taka!!" she shouted loudly while also hopping off of Vi's back, "What is wrong with you?!"

    The Pikachu paused and turned back to her, but didn't say anything. He merely crossed his forelimbs again.

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The Thunder Clan - Chapter 10 · 10:52am Feb 8th, 2017

It had only gotten worse, and now it was nearly unbearable. It felt like there was a pack of Fire-types going wild in the pit of her stomach. She was vaguely aware of Miri asking her a few more questions, which she answered as best she could, but not much else besides the pain.
Time seemed to move strangely, like the world had shifted into a dreamscape. At some point she had been moved onto the bedding and was resting under one of the blankets. The dim light of the evening had morphed into the flickering light of the small torch. Despite how much pain she was in, Roxy could feel herself slipping in and out of full consciousness.
Roxy had often been terrified during this whole ordeal, but this was a new kind of terror. There are few words to describe the sheer horror of knowing there is something wrong inside of one's body, and not knowing what it is.


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