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Thank you Mokona, I'm glad you liked its implementation!
Mokona wrote:. . .Holy. . .crap O_o I kinda saw that coming, but still
That was really well implemented and I'm slightly jealous
Yeah, Jimmy's appearance tends to do that
Eeveon wrote:I never expected William's mom to die in the story. But as soon as it said Jimmy was sitting there in her house, I was like, "She's gonna die! D:"
Great chapter, though. I feel really bad for William, though. :c
I think you will all enjoy what happens next, concerning William.
Thanks Q! Though, sorry about the silly errors, my editor has been out of town! I think hes back though, so future updates should be much cleaner!
That was a very nice chapter, of course. But you really need to edit your work more - there were more than a few typos, grammatical errors as well as problems with expression in there. Nothing too major though as it didn't impede my reading and enjoyment of it.
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- Jimmy seems to personify Death rather well, if you ask me. If he visits you, you die. This is certainly something that you could have inserted in earlier chapters and made a point of showing off William and Co's survival of his very presence. After all, Jimmy should be some sort of legend. And what better sort of legendary category to allot him into than the very harbinger of death? This, in turn, would raise William and Co to legend status as well. It might do you good to show how ordinary people see William and Co versus the way they see Jimmy and Co.
As for Janine's death, it all felt rather pointless to me. It was reasonably handled yes - that's a given, you're no fool. But it just felt... unnecessary. In my opinion, it would have been more interesting to either have her escape or have Jimmy allow her to escape. That would've set things up in the rest of your story, such as Jimmy's continual pursuit of her, William's continued attempt to protect her, etc. In contrast, the current setup only sees William's rage at Jimmy increase further, even though it should already be more than high enough to warrant a quest to bring him down. It probably would have made more sense if Jimmy's pursuit of her was made more explicit and not just part of character backstory, ie - Jimmy visits Janine, Janine escapes, and then later on Jimmy finds her again and THEN you insert the way Janine died in this chapter. That would have instantly made it more powerful.
Lance's father's death also felt unnecessary, but I suppose it's useful in that it showcases Lance as another of the brutal types.
And yes, I realise you made a vow to try and torture us and kill everyone off. Note well that I don't exactly think that it's a good idea ><
The prophecy for Johto is interesting though. There's obviously another way of looking at the prophecy - if Johto is free now, doesn't it mean Kanto will be free again soon?
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- There are quite a few things I do regret about writing as I played. Its catching up to me now, but I do think I've learned from it. My next run won't be started until there is a completed outline, from start to finish.
Janine was a character that...well, she kind of had to die. There are certain characters that I've wrote myself into a wall with, and due to that I've been forced to kill off. Janine is one, and there are a few others.
Thanks as always for the feedback though - I do think my next run will flow a little easier plot wise!
Wow! Thank you so much - I'm so happy you took the time to read all of it, I know how much there is. I'm glad you've enjoyed it, hopefully I'll keep you on the edge of your seat.
T-5mash wrote:I've finished reading all of your chapters, and all I can say is that this has got to be one of the best stories that I've ever read in awhile. The plot and the darkness of the entire story really captivated me as I read, and it created a suspenseful feeling that kept me thoughtful of the things that happened, as well as thinking of what would happen next.
Also, the characters are brilliantly done, and the way they develop overtime is simply amazing (I personally liked how Chris' personality changed from being a total douche in the beginning to a very likable character as the story progressed).
Lastly, the plot twists practically forces me to carefully read/reread every single chapter and not miss out on the important details, as well as keeping tabs on them as the story progresses. That's something that I normally enjoy doing with a good book.
All in all, keep up the good work!
Yes, sadly it was :=/: Lance is pretty much an asshole, there is a little backstory to him, but admittedly he does not have much depth.
Psyche wrote:Oh no ;_; Well, it was inevitable I guess. And Lance is again proving to be an asshole.
Okay - thank you again to everyone for all the views and comments! I do want to take a moment to apologize for the amount of grammatical mistakes you may have seen in the past two updates. Sadly, my editor has been out of town, but now she is back and I believe will be editing from the Preface of Part Nine onwards. This just shows what a complete mess I am without her. So, I would also like to say thank you to Kyatenaru! Without you, this run would be kinda of sad. Please never leave me.
Now, apologies and thank yous aside, here are those plot summaries that were supposed to be up yesterday
If you feel a little lost I suggest you read what you feel you are missing. If you don't feel lost at all I recommend you COMPLETELY ignore the plot summaries because they are long and are not worth your time.
- [+] Plot Summary
- [+] Part One
In the preface of Part One, Professor Oak reveals that he once had three children. His oldest child, Jimmy Oak, was the most ambitious. In the end however, it was that same ambition that destroyed Jimmy.
Professor Oak is getting ready to give away a starter Pokémon to William Shake (main character). However, he is not planning to give a starter Pokémon to his grandson Chris Oak (rival). Daisy, Oaks granddaughter and Chriss sister, comes bursting in to Oaks office, demanding he give Chris a starter Pokémon. Oak refuses, and Daisy accuses him of not trusting his grandson. But eventually Oak relents when he catches a Pikachu that perches on Oaks window seal.
William and Chris visit Oaks lab to get their starter Pokémon. Jade Shake, Williams mother, comes with her. William gets the Pikachu, and Chris gets the Eevee. They battle, and Percy (Pikachu) wins. The two boys go off on their journeys.
William attempts to challenge the Viridian City Gym, but the gym leader isnt there. Then, he visits the next Route where he catches a Nidoran (Fleance). After that, William battles Chris, and William wins with relative ease although Chris refuses to admit defeat. With that, Part One comes to a close.
Team: Percy (Pikachu), Fleance (Nidoran).
- [+] Part Two
In the preface of Part Two, Professor Oak reveals that Jimmy challenged Flint, the gym leader of Pewter City, with his starter Pokémon (Squirtle). In the battle however, Flint was killed when his Onix was blasted backwards. At the time, everyone assumed it was an accident. Now, Oak believes it was done on purpose to scare the other leaders into submission. Oak ends the preface stating that Flints son, Brock, now runs the Pewter City Gym.
William catches a Caterpie in Viridian Forest and names her Desdemona. Then, he has a close encounter with a Scyther and suffers heavy blood loss. Fleance (Nidoran) saves the day though, and then Brock stumbles across William and carries him to the Pokémon Center.
At the center, William is healed thanks to Nurse Joy and her assistant Val, a beautiful young woman who tells William that a trainer named Chris killed one of Brocks Pokémon.
The next day, William leaves the safety of the center to train his Pokémon, and Val quits her job to travel the world.
The next day, William challenges Brock, and wins with Desdemona (who is now a Butterfree), and Fleance (Nidoran).
Team: Percy (Pikachu), Fleance (Nidoran), Desdemona (Butterfree).
- [+] Part Three
In the Preface of Part Three, Professor Oak reveals that the old Celadon City Gym Leader, Rain, disappeared five years ago. She was investigating the disappearance of Jimmy Oak. Professor Oak is sure it was Jimmy who took her. Now, Misty (Rains daughter) seems to be investigating the same thing.
Brock, who is at his office, calls Misty and reveals that William might be a Son of the Three. Misty is unsure, but they decide to use Bill to investigate.
William catches a Spearow outside of Mt. Moon and names her Juliet. While visiting the Pokémon center, Nurse Joy warns him not to go inside Mt. Moon, because it is dangerous since Team Rocket is about. William goes anyway, and then Nurse Joy calls someone and reports that someone is coming in. She was a Rocket in disguise.
Inside Mt. Moon, William fights off against several Team Rocket members. He also comes across a boy who is dying due to a wild Sandslash. The boy gives William a fossil, saying he must keep it from Team Rocket, who is looking for it. Then, just as William is on the verge of escaping Mt. Moon, two Rocket Executives try to stop him from leaving. They are James and Jessie. William manages to defeat them both, and they escape. Then, the wild Sandslash comes after William, but Fleance evolves and scares it off.
William reports what he saw to the Police Officers, and then he gives the fossil to the boys mother. She gives him a Bulbasaur, who William names Brabantio. Following this, William heads to the gym, only to be told that Misty is at Bills house.
William heads to Bills house, but first battles his rival, Chris. William wins without any difficulty. Chris tells William that he should go visit Bills House, even though Misty isnt there. Chris tells William he might learn something.
But first, William has to take the Nugget Bridge Challenge.
While William is battling through the Nugget Bridge Challenge, his mother (Jade), is at home. She gets a call from Bill, who reveals that someone is looking for Jade. Bill wants information he wants to know where Jimmy is. Jade eventually admits that Jimmy is still alive, but she has no idea where. Bill demands more information, and when Jade cannot give it, Bill tells her he will simply ask of it from William.
Meanwhile, on the Nugget Bridge, William is facing the fifth trainer and his Mankey. William sends in his Spearow (Juliet), who William is confident will win with ease. However, a critical scratch attack cuts deep into Juliets chest. The Mankey then throws Juliet over the bridge, where a tentacle wraps around Juliet and brings her deep into the water, much to Williams despair.
Meanwhile, the mother of the boy who found the fossil in Mt. Moon is grieving. Just then, Rocket members break into her house, kill her, and take the fossil.
Over on the bridge, the fifth trainer reveals the trainers of Nugget Bridge are actually fighting for a spot on Team Rocket. In rage, William kills the fifth trainers Mankey with Percy (Pikachu). He then proceeds onwards to claim his prize. When he is given the Nugget from the man on the edge of the bridge, he tosss it aside into the water. Then, he challenges the Rocket to a battle. Desdemona(Butterfree) is almost killed by an Ekans, but she survives. Defeated, the Rocket jumps over the Bridge, and is dragged under by a Pokémon. William calls the Police, and reports the incident to them.
Later, William travels onward. He defeats a trainer named Todd who has a Charmander, and then sets it free in disgust when it loses. William takes the Charmander in, and names him Tybalt.
Finally, William makes it to Bills house, who is waiting eagerly for William. Bill tells William a long story about the three children of Oak. The older one, Jimmy Oak, tried to rule the world. He first attempted to challenge the League, but he lost all of his Pokémon to the Champion. Then, three years later, he returned to the League, with the three legendary birds in his possession. He destroyed the Champion, and then attempted to take over Kanto. However his two siblings stopped him in what was known as the Battle of Threes. Since then, all three Oaks had been missing, and presumed dead. However, Bill, Misty, and Brock are looking for Jimmy, since they believe he is still alive. William wants to know what he has to do with all of this, and Bill reveals that William is a Son of the Three. William at first denies the possibility, but after Bill reveals several key facts (records show Jade left for Hoenn and never returned, Williams personal information is kept safe in the highest Government electronic base, and parts of Bills and Jades phone conversation), William tells Bill out of despair that his father had a great destiny. Bill gives William a ticket to the S.S. Anne for his troubles, but it hardly helps relieve the despair William is feeling.
The next day, William challenges Misty. He demands to know why she sent him to Bills house. She apologizes, and tells him that she lost her mother to Jimmy, and wants to do everything she can to find him.
They then battle, and William wins with Brabantio (Ivysuar), and Percy (Pikachu).
Team: Percy (Pikachu), Fleance (Nidoran), Desdemona (Butterfree), Brabantio (Ivysuar), and Tybalt (Charmeleon).
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In the preface of Part Four, Professor Oak reveals that for a short time, Surge and Jimmy were close friends. Now, Surge has no idea that Jimmy is still alive, and is very much afraid of him.
At his gym, Surge gets a phone call from Jimmy. Surge is shocked to find out Jimmy Oak is still alive. Jimmy tells Surge that a trainer by the name of William is coming to his gym. When he gets there, Jimmy wants Surge to kill William. Surge is reluctant, but after facing threats he agrees to the task.
William arrives in Vermilion City. He calls his mother (Jade), and he is slightly moody. He tells her he got a ticket to the S.S. Anne, and she insists he go. She makes an appointment for him to be suited for suit in Vermilion City. Reluctantly William goes to the tailor, only to be surprised by Val being the one to measure him for his suit.
Val and William exchange a conversation while Val measures William. William reveals that Bill is investigating the possibility of Jimmy Oaks return, but Val doesnt show much interest. Instead, she reveals that she is too going to the S.S. Anne. They both look forward to meeting each other up at the ship.
Later that night, William goes to the S.S. Anne, and is astounded by the size and brilliance. Surge is playing a Piano, and people are dancing. William meets Val on the dance floor, and the two exchange a close dance, where Val reveals she is actually a very pessimistic person. She tried to kill herself when she was younger, due to the fact that her father was rarely there for her. Now, she travels the world, seeking happiness, and trying to care for her younger brother. They grow closer in the conversation, and soon they sneak off to make out. However, Chris interrupts them.
William and Chris battle, and much to Chriss surprise, William wins with ease. After that, the two exchange a quick conversation about the events at Bills house, and the part on poor terms.
William goes to find Val, but instead he runs into Surge. Surge asks William why he is a trainer, and William confesses it is because he enjoys it. Surge seems deep in thought, and he goes away to contemplate things. William then runs into Val again, and she gives him a gift. She then reveals that she is leaving on the S.S. Anne, much to Williams disappointment. Later that night, William opens up the gift Val gave him and contemplates using it for the upcoming gym battle.
The next day, William challenges Surge. After failing to defeat Surges Raichu with his Ivysuar, William sends in his Fleance, who has now evolved into a Nidoking. Nidoking defeats Raichu, and Surge concedes the match. He then talks to William telling him of Jimmy Oak and his desire to have William killed. Surge tells William he is on his side, and recommends William continues the gym challenge. Surge gives William his Squirtle to help him along the way. Then, Surge goes into hiding, while William continues on his journey.
Miles away, Bill is busy working in his office, when a man interrupts him. The man reveals that he is the person Bill is looking for Jimmy Oak.
Team: Percy (Pikachu), Fleance (Nidoran), Desdemona (Butterfree), Brabantio (Ivysaur), Tybalt (Charmeleon), Virgilia (Squirtle).
- [+] Part Five
In the preface of Part Five, Professor Oak reveals that Erika fell in love with Jimmy Oak, and he her. However, when Jimmy meant Erikas sister, Janine, Jimmy fell in love with her instead. But Janine refused to love Jimmy, she saw through him and knew that he was truly a horrible man. At the end of the preface, Oak reveals that Janine had to go into hiding since Jimmy is seeking revenge. She now goes by the name of Jade and is actually Williams mother.
Professor Oak is reading the column printed in the paper when he gets a phone call. It is Jimmy Oak his eldest son. Jimmy tells his father that he knows the column has a hidden message containing a hint to his identity in it. Professor Oak is confident that someone (Bill) will figure it out, but then Jimmy tells his father to turn to a deeper page inside the paper. There, Professor Oak finds an article about the disappearance of Bill Yates. Jimmy laughs at Professor Oak, and then reveals he knows Janine has changed her name to Jade. He is looking for her, and Oak hangs up in panic. Then, Jimmy disguised as a deliveryman drops off a package at Oaks lab. When Professor Oak opens up the box, he finds the dead body of Bill Yates inside.
Meanwhile, William has a talk with his team, asking for their support in the times to come. They all are ready to defend their trainer no matter what. William plans to avoid Saffron, since Surge believes Jimmy will be waiting for him there. Instead, William goes through the Underground Passage back to Cerulean. There, he talks to Misty, telling her what he knows. Then, he goes to through Rock Tunnel.
Meanwhile, Jimmy watches Surges gym explode. Jimmy was expecting a trap to be left, and he is not surprised. Then he gets a call from a woman, he tells him everything is in place. The S. S. Anne will sink soon. Chris also challenges Erika, who kills his Ratticate with extreme bitterness. And Mr. Silph, president of the Silph Co., is worried about his company. His two children disappeared years ago, and his wife died in childbirth when she was delivering Mr. Silphs second child. He visits his secret vault behind a painting in his office, and examines his most valuable object a mew fossil.
Two days later, William emerges from Rock Tunnel and makes it into Lavender Town. He finds out news that the S.S. Anne has been sunk, and he grieves for the loss of Val. He attends a ceremony at the Pokémon Tower to mourn all those who died on the ship, and there he runs into Chris, who is burying his Ratticate. The two talk, and move closer to friendship and farther away from rivalry.
William heads on for Celadon City the next day. He is however intercepted by James who almost kills William with a Kadabra. Percy (Pikachu) jumps in front of the Psybeam though, sacrificing himself to save William. James is scared away by Tybalt (Charmeleon), and the Team Rocket Executive gets away.
Agatha, who is Professor Oaks ex-wife and Jimmys mother, senses that something horrible as happened. She frowns, knowing she is powerless to stop it.
William mourns for the loss of his Pikachu, and he is greatly affected by depression. He makes it all the way to Celadon City, where he reports the incident to the police and then calls his mother. He is rude and moody towards Jade (also known as Janine).
Back in Pallet Town, Professor Oak pays Jade (also known as Janine) a visit. There, warns her that Jimmy is close to discovering her identity. He gives her an Eevee, and begs her to flee Kanto. Jade considers it, but then decides to go after William and help her son.
In Celadon City, William goes to the gym only to find Erika missing. The trainers there tell him Team Rocket kidnapped her. They kidnappers told the Gym Trainers that if the police were notified Erika would be killed. William decides to go looking for Erika, and the trainers tell him there is a casino called The Rocket Casino. William decides to start there.
At the Rocket Casino, William finds a hidden passage leading down to a secret hideout. He journeys down, and fights off against Team Rocket members. While down there, Tybalt evolves into a Charizard. Eventually, after defeating Jessie and James again, William makes it to the bosss room.
Meanwhile, Jade (also known as Janine), has made it to Pewter City with her Eevee. There, Team Rocket is attacking the town, and Jade aids in the effort to defeat them. She is a very apt trainer, and also extremely skilled in martial arts fighting (being Janine, she is Kogas daughter after all). Team Rocket is defeated in Pewter City, and they escape. Brock recognizes Jade for who she truly is, and he bows before her. However, she warns him not to tell anyone of her appearance.
Back in the Rocket Hideout, William confronts and battles Giovanni, the leader of Team Rocket. Erika is dead, she was hung from the ceiling. Giovanni was torturing her to get information out of her. William defeats Giovanni (though he was losing purposely), and then the Rocket Leader makes his escape via an Alakazam.
The police swarm into the hideout, and at first they arrest William. But when videotapes prove his innocence, he is hailed as a hero. He is given the Rainbow Badge for his heroism, and is kept in Celadon City for parties and celebrations. Remembering he needs to keep his head low, William eventually makes his escape in the dead of night.
Back at the Pokémon Tower, Agatha is having a dream. Sabrina comes to her in this dream and shows her a future where the people of Kanto are worshiping Jimmy Oak. She also informs her that a trainer by the name of William Oak is going to receive a prophecy in the Pokémon Tower. But before Sabrina can deliver her final message though, the Psychic Trainer vanishes in thin air, screaming in pain. Agatha wakes up, and calls Lorelei, telling her they had to have a meeting of the Elite Four right away.
Team: Fleance (Nidoran), Desdemona (Butterfree), Brabantio (Ivysuar), Tybalt (Charizard), Virgilia (Wartortle).
- [+] Part Six
In the preface of Part Six, Professor Oak reveals that Koga attempted to set Jimmy and Janine up to be married. Janine refused, and was thus cut off from her fathers money. Koga became a great ally of Jimmy, and Oak thinks that to this very day Koga still works for Jimmy.
As William is flying to Lavender Town on top of Tybalt (Charmeleon), he spots a fire on the ground near Percys (Pikachu) grave. William decides to investigate.
Meanwhile, Mr. Siph is in trouble. Ever since the sinking of the S. S. Anne (a ship built by his company), his stock had been rapidly falling. Some of his most genius inventors had disappeared, along with marketing plans. Either he is having very bad luck, or someone is trying to destroy his company. He gets a phone call on his private line. A man with a dark voice is trying to buy the Mew fossil from him something Mr. Silph is shocked by since only his deceased wife and supposedly deceased children know of. He refuses the offer, and hangs up the phone.
Back to William, he finds Surge camped on the hillside near Percys grave. The two catch up William tell Surge of everything hes been doing, and Surge says he hasnt found much. But their reunion is unexpected by an attack from Ninjas that was meant for Surge. William and Surge manage to defeat the Ninjas.
Early the next morning, Jimmy pays a visit to Koga. Koga reports that his ninjas failed to kill Surge, and Jimmy says that Mr. Silph refused his offer. Jimmy tells Koga that there are two trainers heading his way. Jimmy wants Koga to purposely lose to the first Chris Oak. As for the second William Oak Jimmy says that Sabrina has already seen that William will win. But Koga will have the chance to kill one of his Pokémon and Jimmy wants Koga to take that chance. Koga wonders idly if he is related to either one, and Jimmy reveals they are both his grandsons.
Meanwhile, William heads off for Lavender Town. Surge had reminded him to keep his head low and his name out of headlines, so William is planning to just breeze through Lavender Town and then head down to Fuchsia City. However, when William arrives in Lavender Town, he finds his mother collapsed in the Pokémon center.
Later, Jade (also known as Janine), wakes up in the Pokémon Center with William at her bedside. She then proceeds to tell William everything:
Jade (also known as Janine), is the daughter of Koga, one of the Lords from Johto. Prior to the Johto Civil War, the Elite Four and the evil dictator Lance ruled Johto. Koga sent his two younger daughters, Janine and Erika, to Kanto for safekeeping. Kogas oldest child and his only son mysteriously vanished, and then his second child/oldest daughter was on the side of the rebels in the war.
The rebels won the Civil War, and set Johto free of its lords. Koga was banished away from Johto forever, so he came to Kanto to live with his daughters. He had lost all his money, so the family was living on a poor lifestyle. Therefore, Erika became the Gym Leader of Celadon City. Seeing how much money she made for a relative easy job, Koga decided to become a Gym Leader as well. He somehow made his way into Fuchsia City, where he became a Gym Leader there.
Then, with all the right pieces in place Jimmy Oak came into the picture. He instantly wooed Erika, but he forgot all about Erika when he meant Janine. Janine however did not return the feelings, she thought he was a pathetic worm. Jimmy tried to prove his loyalty to Janine by destroying Erika in battle, but the only thing it did was drive Erika and Janine apart.
Jimmy wooed Koga as well, and soon Janines father was attempting to arrange a marriage. When Janine refused, Koga cut her off from his money and she had to find a way to make a living on her own. So, she went to work for Professor Oak. However, she hated her job, she wished to go on a Pokémon journey. Richard Oak tried to romantically pursue Janine as well, but she refused him. She couldnt love him her jealously of the fact that he was to leave on a journey soon was in her way.
Richard Oak thus offered Janine his spot in selecting a starter Pokémon. She took him up on it, and chose a Bulbusaur, while Charlie got a Charmander. Professor Oak managed to get his youngest child a Pokémon though. Richard Oak was given a Pikachu.
Janine then began her journey. She caught up to Jimmy soon, who spent a lot of time in Saffron City and at Cinnabar Island. Jimmy did make it to the Elite Four first though. There, he made it all the way to the Champion, who killed off his entire team. When Janine challenged the League though, she won, and became Champion for a short time.
However, when Jimmy returned with the Legendary Birds, he destroyed Janines team, killing off every single one of her Pokémon. He would have killed her too, if it wasnt for Richard Oak, her husband at the time. He saved her life.
After which the Battle of Threes happened, from which neither Richard or Charlie returned. Professor Oak then advised Janine to go into hiding. At first she went to Hoenn, but then she returned to Kanto.
Their conversation comes to a close, and a Chancellor from the Pokémon Tower walks in. She asks for William Oak, and Jade (also known as Janine) demands to talk to Agatha. However, Agatha is away at a meeting of the Elite 4. The Chancellor informs William that he is to receive a prophecy. William decides to ascend the tower.
Meanwhile, Agatha has a meeting with the Elite Four. She has no problem convincing Lorelei and Bruno that Jimmy may be back and everything must be done to stop him. Lance, however, is not convinced. And since the Champion is absent for the meeting (as usual), Lance is the one who decides what course of action to take. He decides that the Elite Four should not advise the Kanto government to take action against Jimmy Oak. As he leaves though, Agatha accuses him of working with Lance. He smirks at her, and dares her to prove it. Once he leaves, Agatha, Lorelei, and Bruno decide to go investigate themselves. Lorelei leaves to warn Articuno, Bruno leaves to interrogate Koga, and Agatha leaves to meet with her ex-husband, Professor Oak.
Back at the Pokémon Tower, William climbs the tower, being forced to defeat Chancellors as he goes. When he gets to the top, he finds the spirit of Percy, his Pikachu, waiting for him. Before giving William the prophecy, Percy warns William that Val, Richard Oak, and Charlie Oak are all still alive. Lastly, Percy gives William a thunderstone. Then, finally, Percy gives William the prophecy:
The first shall become the second
And he shall reunite the three again
It shall be up to you, William Oak
To stop him in the fourth battle
After defeating the five
Otherwise, the first shall rule
As the second, controlling the three
Until the end of time.
Percy (Pikachu), then vanishes, just as a Chancellor comes running in the room, screaming that Team Rocket is invading Lavender Town.
Back on the ground floor, prior to Team Rocket attacking, Janine explains pleasantries with Mr. Fuji Agathas sister and the manager of the Pokemon Tower. He is reveals to Janine that Professor Oak never told Agatha Jimmy was still alive, and she just found out when she had a dream. Then, Team Rocket attacks, and a Chancellor runs upstairs to report the event to William Oak.
In Pallet Town, Agatha confronts Professor Oak angrily. He tells her nothing, but soon Agatha collapse to the ground when she gets a horrible feeling that something bad is going to happen. Someone will die and their death will change destiny. She rushes out of Oaks lab, and jumps on her Fearow to fly back to Lavender Town.
Back in Lavender Town, William and Janine do everything they can to help drive the townspeople off. At first, Team Rocket is winning. William battles against Team Rocket Executive James while Janine battles against Team Rocket Executive Jessie. James orders his Wheezing to explode, but a Psybeam from Desdemona (Butterfree), sends the Wheezing backwards. It explodes in Jamess hands, killing him.
Meanwhile, Agatha, who is flying to Lavender Town, feels the horrible feeling pass. Whoevers death that was doomed to change destiny has occurred.
Back in Lavender Town, Jessie is distraught. She tries to kill Janines Pokémon, but Janines Eevee (Eros), uses Hyper-Beam, killing her Meowth. Depressed, Jessie escapes via Alakazam. Then, Giovanni comes in on an intercom through the helicopters flying over the town on an electronic voice, and tells the Rockets they should all kill themselves for their failure. Much to Williams shock, the Rockets comply. The town is set on fire, and a helicopter comes crashing down on top of William. Agatha flies in at the last second though, and she saves Williams life.
The two go about trying to save the town, but they can do little since William only has one water-type Pokémon (Virgilia, Wartortle.) However, then Virigllia evolves into a Blastoise, and she easily sets out the fire in the town. But then they find Mr. Fujis body.
Despite the loss, Agatha quickly meets with Janine (also known as Jade), and William. They tell her everything including the prophecy. William then sends Janine home on Tybalt (Charizard), and Janine gives William Eros, her Eevee.
Back at the Silph Co., Mr. Silph has hired three new workers. They are all apt and smart, but Mr. Silph doesnt like their attitudes. One of their names is Daisy Oak, and she wants to build several new projects, all of which she seems to have a hidden motive for. Mr. Silph denies her requests to build these projects though, and he sends the three new engineers to finish production of the Masterball.
When Janine returns to Pallet Town, she confronts Professor Oak about his lying. He snaps back that she has also lied and is still keeping the secret of Williams sibling from him. Janine refuses to talk about the matter, and she asks where Daisy is. She wants to confide everything to her. Professor Oak tells Janine he hasnt seen his granddaughter in a few weeks, which prompts Janine to ask Professor Oak why he always referred to Daisy as his granddaughter when she wasnt even related to him. Professor Oak is very confused, but soon his mind wipes and he forgets he is having the conversation with Janine.
Meanwhile, in Fuchsia City, Bruno confronts Koga. But the Gym Leader was waiting for the fighting-type specialist, and he has him kidnapped by his Ninjas.
The next day, Chris challenges Koga, and the gym leader forfeits the match. He reveals to Chris that he is his grandfather. He also reveals that Daisy is not his real sister. Enraged, Chris leaves for Pallet Town.
Chris makes it to Pallet Town the next day, where Professor Oak doesnt answer any of his questions. Janine (also known as Jade), takes him in though, and tells him everything. She also tells him the identity of his parents Jimmy Oak and Jasmine, leader of the Johto rebel army. Jasmine supposedly died during childbirth, but Janine suspects Jimmy killed her.
Janine insists Chris spends the night, and he agrees to do so.
In Fuchsia City, William battles with Koga. In a close fight, he almost losses Desdemona (Butterfree), but she survives and Tybalt manages to finish the battle off. Koga concedes the badge, and William rushes to the Pokémon center to heal his Pokémon.
At the center, William watches on TV as Team Rocket assaults Saffron City. Their main objective seems to be the Silph Building. William finds Koga watching him, who tells William that if he wants to find out more about Jimmy Oak, he should go to Saffron City. William rushes off.
Back in Pallet Town, Chris watches the same invasion on TV. He too decides to go to Saffron City. He knows William will be there, and he wants to help him.
- [+] Part Seven
In the preface of Part Seven, Professor Oak feels that he is losing his mind. He doesnt understand where the memories of Paige come from, but he fears that Sabrina forced them into his mind. Oak reveals that many years ago, Sabrina revealed much about the powers of Psychics to the world. She was an agreeable person, and worked together with science. She discovered a hidden world, the psychic world, where everyones mind is connected. Some could utilize this connection, while others could not. For instance, when she meant Charlie Oak (Oaks second child), she said that Charlie had the greatest connection than anyone she had ever meant, but Charlie could not utilize this connection.
But then, Jimmy challenged the gym, after spending a year in Saffron City, and something horrible happened. Whatever happened caused Sabrina to close her gym doors. She has remained hidden in her gym after all these years.
William Oak is flying on his Tybalt (Charizard) to get to Saffron City. When he reaches the great city, he is attacked by a group of Rocket helicopters with magnetrons attached to the side acting as torrents. However, Chris comes to Williams rescue and the two escape to the forest outside the city. While flying down to the ground, Sabrina makes contact with Williams mind, and warns him that a horrible event is going to take place in the highest room of the Silph Co. Upon reaching the ground, William and Chris figure the only way to get in is to cut the power at the Power Plant.
Elsewhere, Giovanni and his army march into the city and then into the Silph Co. Daisy, a secret spy for Giovanni all along has succeeded in taking the Silph Co. She only left the highest room untouched, the room where Mr. Silph and his Mew fossil are waiting. She also gives Giovanni a special hacking computer program that is made to break into any security program in the world. As Giovanni boards an elevator with Jessie, Daisy reminds him of their deal. Giovanni tells her she can kill Chris Oak.
William and Chris arrive at the Power Plant and they go to cut the power. However, Zapdos surprises them by arriving. First, they panic, but then the legendary bird reveals he is not there to kill them but to help them. He cuts the wire with his beak, gives them some of his worldly wisdom, and then flies off.
Else where, Giovanni makes it to the highest floor with Jessie. Mr. Silph is waiting for him, with all seven Eevee evolutions guarding him. Giovanni battles Mr. Silph, and wins, killing all seven of Mr. Silphs Pokémon. Giovanni demands to be given Mr. Silphs Mew fossil, and Mr. Silph refuses to hand it over. Giovanni begins to torture Mr. Silph.
William and Chris arrive on the outskirts of Saffron City. Chris reveals he has a Kadabra, and they decide to see if the distance is short enough to teleport in. The teleportation takes them through the Psychic World. While there though, something goes wrong. Two hidden forces begin to fight over the Oaks, one claiming that Jimmy made him more powerful than any other. The Oaks suddenly find themselves in the Silph Co. with the teleportation complete. However, they are not on the Presidents floor.
Instead, they find themselves the floor below, with Daisy Oak staring them down with a sadistic smile. She has a powerful team of Rocket Grunts behind her, and she informs the Oaks that she is going to kill them both.
Daisy reveals her back-story. Her parents were killed in a crossfire during the Johto Civil War, and then Jasmine took her in. When Jasmine gave birth to Chris, and Jimmy was the father, Jimmy requested Daisy to spy in Pallet Town, while she appeared to others as Chriss older sister. She longed for Johto and hated Kanto. She hated her job working as essentially Chriss baby sitter. And now, she plans to kill Chris and his cousin. But Chris poses they battle for his life, and Daisy cant resist. They agree on the terms that the winner gets to kill the loser.
The six-on-six battle starts, with William watching closely. Chris starts of losing, and just when he seems to be catching up his Fearow dies from an explosion attack. However, in the end, Chris manages to pull off the victory with his Jolteon, Edward.
Meanwhile, Giovanni continues to torture Mr. Silph, demanding to be given the Mew fossil. Mr. Silph continues to refuse. Giovanni grows desperate, and threatens to kill Jessie if Mr. Silph does not concede. Mr. Silph doesnt understand why that would matter. Jessie is on the verge of speaking when suddenly the building begins to shake (from the Explosion attack below). A painting falls off the wall, revealing a safe behind it.
Below, the Rockets stab Daisy in the back with a knife when Chris decides not to. They are on the verge of attacking and killing William Oak when Lieutenant Sarge comes up from the elevator. With two machine guns, he kills all the Rockets in the room. When more Rockets come up through the elevators though, Sarge tells William to go up to the Presidents room, while he and Chris hold them off.
Meanwhile, Jessie manages to crack the code and Giovanni is able to open the safe. Inside is the Mew Fossil. Giovanni smiles, and proclaims that he now has two. Giovanni then gives the gun he has to Jessie, and orders her to use one of the two bullets on Mr. Silph. She shoots him, but first she calls him father.
Giovanni orders for the helicopters to pick them up, but they cannot. Zapdos has come into the air-battle, and is taking helicopters down right and left. After a sort conversation with Giovanni, Zapdos reveals that Giovannis brother convinced him to come. Giovanni proclaims that is impossible and that his brother is dead. Zapdos leaves and returns to battle, and Giovanni calls Sabrina and orders her to take down Zapdos.
William then arrives in the Presidents room. Giovanni orders Jessie to shoot William, and she does, but she only manages to nick his left hand, taking a finger off. The battle between Williams Pokémon and Giovannis and Jessies Pokémon starts. Soon in the battle, a stray blast of water from Virgilia (Blastoise) strikes Jessie. The water washes her hair dye out, revealing her to actually be Val (Williams friend from early in the story) in disguise.
Meanwhile, the battle is not going while for Sarge and Chris. Sarge, weakened by the poison of an Arbok, is killed by a knife. His Raichu quickly follows suit in death. Outside, Sabrina and Zapdos are battling in the air. And, back at the Indigo Plateau, Agatha and Lorelei are forced to watch the battle on television helplessly. Bruno has been kidnapped, and if they make a move he will be killed.
Back on the presidents floor, William wins the Pokémon battle but Giovanni and Val escape onto a helicopter. William chases after them on his Charizard, but the helicopter they are in quickly blends in with a swarm of other Rocket helicopters that are fleeing in the city.
So, instead, William goes to help Zapdos battle Sabrina. At first, William is confused at Sabrinas betrayal. But then, Sabrinas Alakazam reveals that Sabrina has been under his mind control all these years. Jimmy had performed an operation on the Alakazams mind, making the Pokémons mind compatible with the mind of humans. Since then, Sabrina has been forced to act under Jimmys control.
William battles against Alakazam and Sabrina with his Pokémon. However, when a powerful blow is dealt to Alakazam, Sabrina manages to break free, and she herself kills the Alakazam.
Meanwhile, under Giovannis command, Val presses a detonator that destroys every other Rocket Helicopter. She presses a second one that destroys the Silph Co. Building. William is able to save his cousin, Chris, just in the nick of time.
For the next few days, the city recovers. Sabrina has little new information to give to William and Chris; her mind of Richard and Charlie Oak was entirely wiped.
After several days, Sabrina holds a press conference, when she tells her story. She admits that under the control of Alakazam, she killed over a 100 trainers. She warns the world that Jimmy Oak has returned. Sabrina is arrested immediately after the press conference.
- [+] Part Eight
In the preface of Part Eight, Professor Oak reveals that Jimmy worked as Blaines lab assistance for three months while Blaine was inventing a machine that could bring fossilized Pokémon back to life. At the end of Oaks journal entry, he says he is going in search of the Ancient Prophecy of Kanto. Every region has its own Prophecy, and they are said to apply to the regions darkest time. Oak feels that time is upon them, and even worse he fears Jimmy has discovered Kantos Ancient Prophecy long ago.
Sabrina is declared guilty and set to be executed in seven days. She tells William the only way to save her is to reveal Jimmy, and in order to do that he must make it to the E4. That will put him on a crash course with Jimmy.
On his way to leave Saffron City (Chris is a day ahead of him), William runs into Val. For her service to Team Rocket, Val has received enough money to buy two plane tickets to Unova, citizenship in Unova, and land in Unova. She asks William to come with him, but they get in a fight when he refuses. She leaves, angry and upset.
Meanwhile, Lance leaves Indigo Plateau to perform an errand for Jimmy. Agatha contacts Blaine through a dream, and asks him to help William Oak on his quest. Blaine agrees, though he is still angry with Agatha for picking his brother (Samuel Oak) over him long ago. Else where in Cerulean City, Misty has a phone conversation with Brock. Brock has found a secret message in one of Oaks Column that points to Jimmy being involved with Team Rocket. Misty then confesses her love for Brock, but their conversation is cut short when Jimmy kills Brock. Misty goes on the run, knowing she is next.
William arrives at Cinnabar Island and challenges Blaine immediately. He defeats Blaine in a quick one-on-one battle, and then Blaine agrees to tell William what he knows. He reveals that Jimmy tried to resurrect Mew from a mew fossil back when he worked as Blaines lab assistant, but the process failed since there was not enough energy to keep Mew living. All this concerns William, but he does not really know what it means. William leaves when Blaine shows of his hatred of all Oaks. He calls Richard a puppet master and said Charlie fell in love with someone almost as bad as Jimmy.
Lance arrives in Johto and goes to speak to his father, the Dragon Master. He demands to hear the Ancient Prophecy of Johto, and the Dragon Master concedes it. He says: Kanto and Johto are forever bound together, whatever happens to one shall occur to the other. Lance, gleeful that all they have to do to rule Johto is rule Kanto, kills his father.
And, back in Pallet Town, Jimmy kills Janine in the middle of the night. William arrives in the morning, and becomes distraught when he sees a crowd surrounding his home.