Latias soft vore"OK" you say to your self "Fortree city is approximately 2 miles. and it doesn't get dark for hours this is loads of time" You begin searching through the long grass, after hearing that wild Absol could be seen in this area. It had been a good day you had left Mauville city at late morning, had a nice walk, caught 4 new species of pokemon and found a nugget.Suddenly you reached a clearing, Your eyes widened. For right in front of you was a Latias. It was grooming its self and had not noticed you. Slowly you approached it but now of all times you stepped on a twig. The noise alerted the Latias of your presents, You both froze... You raised your arms to show you did not mean any harm. The Latias watches you carefully she seems frightened.Suddenly you get an Idea you reach in to your pocket an pull out a handful of berries then offer them to the Latias. Still watching you she leans forward and sniffs your outstretched hand the cautiously samples one of the berries. The Latias appears to
Arbok soft vore"Ugh" you groan, reluctantly looking at your Kanto Pokedex. "How is catching all 151 pokemon and storing them in a PC going to make me a Pokemon Master?, My place is in the Pokemon league not crawling around long grass on my hands and knees". You walk in to a clearing, "why am I even doing this? Professor Oak Is the one with the dream and yet he just sits there in his lab doing absolutely nothing". "OK what's next to catch?" You say glancing at your Pokedex once more "Arbok" You reach for a poke ball and your belt and toss it in to the air, the ball opens and a red light pours out to reveal a Wartortle who looks as displeased as you are to be searching for wild pokemon again "Come on Torrent start looking for an Arbok", Wartortle looks at you blankly, You sigh "Big purple snake, Come on Torrent its not difficult".The Pokemon's eyes widen and he begins to look like he is choking on something "Oh My goodness" you exclaim "How on earth are we going to tackle the pokemon league If you get
How to Feed a SnakeI opened my eyes slowly. The sun was shining though the vertical slits in my blinds. I could still feel the enormous snake lying on my belly, where she was when I had fallen asleep, but she was moving around now, awake. I sighed contently. It was around nine o'clock in the morning and I had just gotten a great night's sleep with my slithery friend."Good morning, Miles," she cooed in my ear. I wrapped my arms around her and pulled her close. She giggled. I loved to snuggle her in the morning."Good morning, Tia," I replied with a yawn."Do you know what time it is, Miles?" she asked me. I could tell she was excited about something."No," I replied sleepily, rolling over. "What time is it?""Breakfast time," she said with a grin. "C'mon, Miles! Get up!" I knew she must have something planned.I groaned as I slid my feet off the edge of the bed and sat up.