Ours For The Taking
One by one they’ll all drop.
I’ll see to it that it is a reality.
One. By. One.
Praise is the only reward I need. His love is false; even I can see that, but the praise is oh so good.
Who needs love when you can make people bleed straight from the heart?
“Take them down.”
“Make them pay.”
It’s the only command I have to give to unleash complete chaos.
No one has ever seen a trainer like me. Undefeatable. Sure, I know how to take myself down, but it seems I am the only one who knows how.
I’ve faced armies of Pokémon. The bloodshed was astonishing, but nonetheless I came out on top.
My outcome never seemed like it was going to end this way. When I first met him, I was innocent, and my mind was ripe for molding. It seemed I was on the path for nothing spectacular. There was a chance at becoming the regional champion, but this destiny has far greater rewards.
Besides, if I had become champion, I wouldn’t be this strong. There are too many “morals” and “codes of ethics” to follow when you’re a champion. All those do are inhibit your strength. If you want real power you have to toss away all of those.
It seemed harsh on my Pokémon at first, but they grew used to it. The training was rough, and it took quite some time, but thanks to him, it was all worthwhile. I started this at the young age of fourteen. As I said, my mind was ripe for molding. Now, five years later, I’m ruthless and my actions are fueled out of spite.
Does it matter if I’m harming innocent people and Pokémon? No.
All I care about is training and being better than everyone else around me. Which I am.
My old friends, I don’t know what happened to them. Quite frankly I don’t care. The two boys always treated me like I was helpless. They all treated me like I was weak.
Everyone thought me and my Pokémon were innocent, but how wrong they were.
Infernape sees no wrong in unleashing all his strength on people around him. I’ve watched and commanded him to burn people alive. Pleas for mercy are music to our ears.
Luxray is the king when it comes to stalking prey. Give him a scent and he’ll track that person or Pokémon until they’re clamped tightly between his jaws. His latest mission took over three months. You can run, but you can’t hide from a Luxray.
My Crobat gives the perfect definition to vampire. Need I say anymore?
Golduck with his psychic powers is ruthless. I wouldn’t want to get in the way of his Psychic attack. I’ve watched as he has crippled people, and brought upon them the worst of nightmares. That alone can drive a person mad. It’s entertaining to watch.
My Garchomp is one of the most bloodthirsty creatures I’ve ever come into contact with. She’s always been this way, though. I used to scold her for “taking things too far” in a battle. Now I praise her, and that’s only increased her thirst for the scarlet life liquid.
Roselia is my healer Pokémon. Though, I still wouldn’t mess with her in battle. I always keep her by my side as protection. She’s killed more than enough humans and Pokémon alike who tried to attack me upfront. Her Poison Jab is very powerful, and it’s fun to watch whoever attacked me slowly die due to poisoning.
I have many other Pokémon with me. That rule about only carrying six Pokémon at a time? Who needs it? I play by my own rules.
I could sit around listing all of my Pokémon, but I have bigger fish to fry. My mission today is very important, and I have much to prepare for.
The mission is for me to go to Lake Valor and raise hell as usual. Today, the lake will run red, and it shall be a major steppingstone in our development. We’re almost ready to seize complete control over Sinnoh, but we still have a few more things to accomplish.
All the lakes shall run red.
The major cities will burn to the ground, casting a bright blaze in every horizon.
First we take Sinnoh, and then our neighboring regions: Hoenn, Johto, Kanto, Unova, Fiore, and many others. All of them will be under our control. We already have unites set up in every region. It’s all a matter of strategic planning now.
As soon as he gives the order, we will attack.
“Commander Saturn, are we ready?” I ask, looking at the blue-haired man behind me.
His features are all lit up at the glow of computer monitors.
Oh, if I could get rid of one thing, it would be this stupid infatuation. It gets in the way, and he knows this. It’s the only thing stopping me from taking control of Team Galactic.
Cyrus was captured long ago, but the commanders managed to escape. Saturn, even though he was the youngest, assumed command, and with my help we restored this establishment. In fact, it’s even better than it was before.
“Ready when you are, Dawn.”
Today, the lake will run red, and I will enjoy every second of it.
The world is ours for the taking.