The Great Pikachu Detective Ch 2Inside a large barrel located deep in the sewers below the city, Hiram Flaversham sat in a locked up room, tinkering withThe Great Pikachu Detective Ch 2 by PikaPika93
a robot, testing to do certian things. He even had it pouring tea into a cup and adding sugar. As of now, it was nearly
done. Just a few kinks and it would be ready to go.
He had hardly even noticed a larger "mouse" had entered. That happens to be Professor Ratigan himself.
"Quite an ingenius scheme, eh Flaversham?" he proclaimed. "And aren't you proud to be a part of it!" he said as he
leaned over rubbing the old Pikachu's head as you would a puppy.
"This whole thing... It's monstrous!" said Hiram.
"We will have our little device ready by tomorrow evening, won't we? You what will happen if... you fail" Ratigan said,
dangling a little bell he pulled from his pocket. The toymaker knew the threat the bell warned of but he also knew what
he was doing was wrong and his life is not worth it.
"I... I don't care!" he said, shoving the controls for the robot forward. Soon t
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Meanwhile, while on a Rapidash drawn carraige being carried across the barren streets of London, an Oshawott named
Dr. David Q. Dawson whom returned from Afghanistan serving as a major surgeon was reading a newspaper. When the
carraige stopped, Dawson decides to get off. It began to drizzle rain as soon as he began looking a place for him
to live since he left London for military duty.
He pulled out his umbrella and walked through the alleyway. As he was walking, Dawson heard the sound of crying coming
from an old human boot. Curiously, he glanced in saw Olivia, the spiky eared Pichu crying.
"Oh! Oh, my," Dawson said, before he went inside the boot."Are you all right, my dear?" Olivia turned to him and
Dawson handed her a hankerchief. "Oh come come now. Here, dry your eyes". She took and blew her nose, then hands
it back to Dawson. "There. Now that's better." Dawson said as he sat beside the young Pichu."Now tell me,
what's troubling you, my dear?"
Then Olivia calmed down and
The Great Pikachu Detective- PrologueThe year was 1897. It was a foggy evening in the very heart of London, England. At the base of a human toy shop isThe Great Pikachu Detective- Prologue by PikaPika93
smaller one, fit for small Pocket Monsters (Pokemon for short) or practically any small animal for that matter.
It is called Flaversham's Toys.
Inside, there are two electric mice Pokemon. One, an elderly Pikachu with blue eyes named Hiram Flaversham and the
other is a young spiky-eared Pichu which happens to be his daughter and her name is Olivia. They are celebrating
her birthday. Hiram was adjusting his apron while Olivia plays with a wooden rocking Ponyta that was sitting on the
"You know, Daddy," says Olivia, "this is my very best birthday."
Her father smiled. "Ahh...but, I haven't given you your present yet"
"What is it? What is it?" Olivia was now very excited to see what her father was giving her this year.
"Now,now. Close your eyes." Then Hiram moved over to a small cupboard as soon as Olivia closed her eyes. Just like any
other child, she tried peeking thr
The Greatest LossGenie sat at the newly dug gravesite. Tears streamed down the big blue fellow's face as he lay a bouquet of lilies on the foot of the headstone. The headstone read:The Greatest Loss by DiscordantPrincess
Genie sadly stroked the top of his voice actor's headstone. "I'm...I'm so sorry, Robin."
The blue genie turned to see a six-foot-four tall muscular rat with dark fur, black hair and gold eyes wearing Victorian style clothing standing behind him. He sniffed. "Oh...hi, Ratigan."
Professor Ratigan knelt down beside the magical fellow. "Mickey said that you would probably be here. I came to see how you were doing."
"How do you THINK I'm doing?!" Genie responded harshly.
Ratigan patted the genie on the shoulder. "OK, OK, stupid inquiry."
Genie shook his head. "I just...I can't believe he's really gone. It still kinda feels like...like someone made a big mistake, that he's still around...is that crazy?"
The professor sighed. "Not at all. I felt the same way when Vincent Price died, and...after mo