A Timely Letter - Chapter 2Arden stood in the middle of the large swarm of angry team members, waiting for the old Merchant leader to reveal what he knew about their missing partners. Unlike many of the others swarming outside the place, he wasn't being as hostile as the others were about uncovering this hidden knowledge.
Arden waited, tapping his foot before the door swung open, revealing a nervous-looking Breloom, a deep green and striped box held firmly in one clawed hand.
"Your friends seem to have sent letters," Shroomsworth informed them, casting a look of uncertainty at the massive amount of teams gathered around. He flicked the top of the box off, revealing the hundreds of letters cooped up in the Kecleon-like box.
"Now if everyone will gather around in an orderly fashion I will allow everyone to collect their letters." Shroomsworth said as the groups silenced, holding the box in his dual clawed fingers. The teams gathered around him in a circle, pushing and shoving to get to the front. Arden could tell
A Timely Letter - Chapter 1Acantha stood as still as a statue as other lost Pokemon poured past her like water poured around a stone. Micheal, now a Chameleon, had just issued out the task of writing a letter to her partner. Though it was a great idea, a few things confused her. How would they deliver it to the future anyways? Maybe the 'time box' could warp through time. No, that's dumb. Even if this concept didn't make sense to her, she'd have to live with it. Acantha could only trust Mike's judgment and reasoning. She wasn't good with alternate universes and time stuff in the slightest, so of course she couldn't figure this out. But from what she picked out, Callahan (or, Foxy) was in charge of delivering them to her friends in the present.
So she was to write a letter. That seemed like a good idea! It seemed to spark hope in her that she could finally communicate with Arden from such a long time away. After being gone for so long, she was sure even an independent jerk like her partner would want to hear from