Given the distinct inability to fly,
what appears to be most men's attempt at flying
is merely falling in style.
The boy now, he lives in illusions, breathes in dreams. What he does not understand is that one man's miracles is the monotonous, dreaded chores and calls of another. In this world of Pokemon of the lava-diving, cloud-flying, liquid-thriving, darkness-hiding beasts, nothing is so much unusual for someone, somewhere out there, has definitely done so before. To a paraplegic, the ones who walk exist on another plane. To the land-lubbers with lungs, the Milotics and Gorebyss laugh and flip with a goddess ease. And to Darcie, wings does not an angel make.
"Realities are an irony, for the truth eludes all common beings- including you. I don't pretend to hold glamour within me, but I have a right to shape my own world, and the Gospel is not for you to write." Darcie said quietly.
"" came a sound, and the world...blinked.
The sky, the pavements, the buildings, the dust, everything blurred into this myriad, this rainbow of 8-bit technicolour. Dimensions shrank, and the concept of width, breadth, was gone. Blocks of devolved civilization stood, two-dimensional images, as spheres, cubes and all popped into a past self, a world where only circles and squares trampled the world. The boy's nicely done formation too, was tugged and pulled so that it merely ended up so that the Gallade was in front, with the boy in the middle, with the Blaziken flanking him. Multiple realities. The concept of left and right had never existed here, and only forward and backwards remained. Psychic Pokemon may be able to create their own worlds, but the digital supremacy of the humans was a universe which they had yet to touch.
"The problem with psychic pokemon is that they may only mess with living minds. So sad that the computer is denied this treat. You insist on barging into my life, and I resent that. I'll play in your world, you play in mine for a while. Then Get. Lost. My privacy is my own to keep."
And with that, out of nowhere, the Electrode bounded out and attacked.