• Member Since 7th Jan, 2014
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The REAL Mister Pkmn

I'm a guy, and I was born the year the Pokémon company came into being, so yeah. Trixie is best pony, Luna is best Princess, Rainbow is best Mane 6 member, and Starlight is best reformed villain.


The world of Pokémon, a place where all Pokémon and humans seem to have a place, a purpose... all save for a sad and forgotten Pokémon. This Pokémon has no place in its own world. It is so forgotten, that it has faded out of knowledge among humans and Pokémon alike. However, even though its number is missing, it still believes it has a purpose somewhere... And then, it finds a place full of strange creatures. Ponies. Perhaps there, it will finally find its purpose. It found something to hope for.

Teen for mild violence.

Edit 05/28/18: Now with Cover Art! It's a temporary one until I can get something better. I do not own it, nor do I know who does. It will be taken down if requested by owner.

Chapters (11)
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Comments ( 26 )

This seems pretty interesting, though it is really hard to read missing no's speech. :/

There's a trick to reading glitched out text, not even requiring using a tool to unglitch it. Just highlight it with mouse selection. But don't worry, the glitch text will only stick around until late into next chapter as a constant thing.

So the entity has come.

Soon I will destroy you all ppooonnnniiieesss!!! HAHAHAHAAHAHAAHAH!

The entity? Never heard of it. MissingNo. is a semi-well-known glitch among the Pokémon community. It isn't evil, so you won't be seeing it destroy the ponies. It's trying to save them, after all.

i'm assuming its decrypted form is based on the fact that bird type is one of the few coherent pieces of info that the stable missingno contains. works out fairly well since it was supposed to be a species originally, should be interesting to see how it turns out and if it uses one of the cut concepts as an original form or something custom.

MissingNo., as a glitch in the Pokémon games, never had a gender- even in Gen II, III, and IV ( I think it was fully removed in Gen V). I'm just adhering to the canon of the games.

Ah, yes. That thing. I don't think I'll bring it into the story. The next chapter will take time to flesh out.

Hard to say, really. The voice would need to be gender neutral, for one. It would probably sound slightly garbled. It would need to feel a certain way, too. Light, yet heavy. Strong, yet gentle. Aside from that, I not certain of anything else about how MissingNo. would sound.

This is amazingly well-done. I love the narration, the glitchy text adds atmosphere, and I can tell you’re truly putting forethought and effort into it. I wish every writer here had even half of your dedication.

Thanks! It's interesting that you say that, actually. This wasn't part of the original plan for the story, but the idea came to me and I was like: "Why not? Could be interesting." I've worked hard on it so far, and I don't know if I'll be able to wrap it up by the end of the year as intended, but at this point I'll just keep going until I'm satisfied with how it ends.

My biggest fear whenever a new chapter comes out is that one day the title will show it saying 'yes' instead of 'no'

In Atop the Fourth Wall, The Entity was the MissingNo glitch from an alternate Earth, having obtained sentience and a desire to absorb all of reality into itself.

Well here, MissingNo. is the protagonist. I like to think that all MissingNo. wants is a little recognition, some way to be needed. That's basically the whole idea here.

I have mixed feelings about this one. It is rather cliche and somewhat predictable, but I like it anyway. Especially the last chapters written this year. Initial chapters felt directionless and were going with the motions, but started to shape up with the first appearance of Glitch Out and even though it end up short and simplistic, I like how it turn out.

Thanks! I think I am pretty satisfied with it, despite the cliché. This is a story that I had originally intended to end much earlier, but it just grew so much with each chapter that I felt I should continue until I found a way to cleanly end it. Sure, it's not what the original intent was, but... stories evolve as you write them sometimes.

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