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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me
    Threadmarks: Chapter Thirteen: Our Dearly Departed PT II

    Chapter Thirteen Our Dearly Departed PT II Isaac always felt awkward, to be fair. He craved silence, his mortal enemy. He didn’t get along with moments or ever sit down and decide to relax and actually end up doing that. His father always called him neurotic, his mom a crazymaker. These were...
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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me
    Threadmarks: Chapter Twelve: Our Dearly Departed PT I

    Chapter twelve Our Dearly Departed PT I N needed more time, above all. This is what Hilda thought. Almost from the moment she met him, this odd green man staring at the brick sidewalk below his feet as though waiting for the scraggly weeds to grow before him. He needed Ghetsis to have died...
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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me
    Threadmarks: Chapter Eleven: Opposititis

    Chapter eleven Opposititis Undella beach should be empty. Early still in time and season. At least, the desolate square of gravel lined by stilted log benches said so. Well, not quite desolate. One dark car—a solid black from tires to windows—watched, lonely, across the sea and to the faint...
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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me
    Threadmarks: Chapter Ten: The Bus Chapter

    Chapter ten The bus chapter The upright beams of Skyarrow bridge whipped by in a gray blur. The first signs of the city came through as colourful smudges of early-morning cyclists puffing their way alongside them. Atlas stirred beside her. Despite sulking in his chair, acting like a petty bitch...
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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me
    Threadmarks: Chapter Nine: People and People and People

    Chapter Nine People and People and People The flock shared a single moment atop a hill. Castelia waited beyond. Over many human paths cut through acres of forest. Aeimlou faintly recognised some as a resting spot he and the ravens once shared between long journeys. A great long structure...
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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me

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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me
    Threadmarks: Chapter Eight: Hovering

    Chapter eight Hovering On hitting the road Aeimlou expected he, Hilda, and Atlas would get through quickly. He turned out to be wrong for a number of reasons. First, though humans had several means of transportation, many faster than any individual creature, they could not use them until...
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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me
    Threadmarks: Chapter Seven: Now For Plan A

    Chapter Seven Now For Plan A Route fourteen had a sense of mysticism to it. Could be the fog spewing from the waterfall on one side and sea on the other, which liked to gather under the treetops and make all those towering pines seem like the gnarled legs of massive creatures. The waterfalls...
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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me

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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me
    Threadmarks: Chapter Six: Sunlight

    Chapter six Sunlight Isaac might’ve been in the middle of a meltdown. He didn’t sleep or eat—though he couldn’t tell if he had to do either anymore—but he continued feeling exhausted and confused. He’d migrated from trying to find comfort in the embrace of the couch to splayed across it, head...
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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me
    Threadmarks: Chapter Five: Isaac

    Chapter Five Isaac Isaac didn’t remember when he was born, but the events were told to him many times over with the sort of airs they got at service, one basking in nature, taking in all Mew had to offer with wide grins and open arms. “He’s got the fire inside him,” the priest, supposedly...
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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me
    Threadmarks: Chapter Four: A Great View

    Four: A Great View Up above, hundreds of metres in the sky, Hoenn shone. The waters, mostly, which flowed in the gaps between land, almost seeming to crawl up the beaches and through the rivers to mainland mountains and lakes. The blue felt so solid and still from this height, but Latios had...
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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me
    Threadmarks: Chapter Three: Leaning, Learning

    Three: Leaning, Learning They’re deciding what to do with you, Atlas said. It had been a couple days and, according to him, whatever it was Juniper and Hilda wanted had not shown. They wanted him to fly—and he could not. They spoke of psychic abilities, but he had no concept of those no matter...
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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me
    Threadmarks: Chapter Two: Welcome

    Two: Welcome Aeimlou was excited to discover how much he bored Juniper. That was the human’s name—something she (because she was a she) explained in great detail to him as he sat on a soft bed in her nest. Along with assorted other details, most of which he did not understand and promptly...
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    Pokémon What the Gods Gave Me
    Threadmarks: Intro/Chapter One: Aeimlou

    What the Gods Gave Me When a common raven gains the form of a god, he seems to be the only one not particularly concerned about that. And he's not the only one the universe has chosen. In their change, they will be forced to find the new meaning of their existence. One: Aeimlou In a...
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