TogetherA certain town was known for raising Eevee, which would be given to young children who would one day become trainers. The woman who raised them made sure to remember each and every child who came to possess of one of her Eevee, and would make sure that those Eevee were given to the children she knew needed them most. Just like people, every Eevee was different, and had different needs and wants.One Eevee was curled up in a corner, smaller than the rest. Her sister saw her in the corner and came to her side. “Hey, what’s wrong?”She sniffled. “None of the other Eevee want to play with me…”She put a paw on the other’s shoulder. “Hey, that’s not true. I’ll play with you, and I’m sure those two wouldn’t mind,” she said, referring to a pair male Eevee who were playing with a leaf that had somehow gotten inside.The smaller Eevee whimpered a little. “But… What happens when you two go to little kids?
The Watch (Chapter 1)Fire.Everything was on fire.It was a bit ironic, considering how he used to think that the forests he and his friends played in and around looked like they were on fire in the morning, when the silver leaves of the trees reflected the twin suns shining down from the brilliant orange sky, and they ran across the red grass chasing after flutterwings and trunkikes.Those days were long gone now.The skies were dark with ash and shadow, as the enemy fleets surrounded the planet, blocking out the sun. The only light came from the enemy themselves, their ships, and the flaming ruins of buildings, which had once stood tall and proud.Now, he hid where he thought he would not be found. He could hear the screams of others and the cries of ‘EXTERMINATE’ as shots were fired, knowing that every time, someone would fall never to rise again. He’d heard of these creatures before, and he knew they were an enemy to his kind but… He’d never imagined they were so terri
The Watch (Prologue)Rome wasn’t entirely sure where the woman had come from, nor how she had managed to enter his quarters undetected, bringing with her some unusual statue, the likeness of which he had not seen before. Normally, he would not have minded at all to be in the company of a woman in the middle of the night, but there was the question of how she had gotten past the guards stationed outside his door. They could have fallen asleep, of course, but he knew these men well, and they had never slacked on the job.The woman was also garbed strangely, in robes of red and gold, and the way she held herself indicated a position of authority, or at least that she thought herself superior to him. He would have scoffed at that. Even the female nations were beneath himself. And yet, there was something else strange about her. She was not a citizen of his empire; he would have felt the faint connection to her which, if concentrated on enough, he could use to learn every detail of her life.Then she spok