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The Companimon

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Some want to collect them all, or to be the very best in tournaments or contests. Many choose an assistant or two with helpful abilities. Some just want one good friend to keep them company through life.
Sometimes the contents are not as described and life is much more interesting as a result.

This is a story set in the Pokemon world. It's set in a region never seen in the games or anime, which is why some things might be different; whatever you've found is definitely maybe not an error and well done for noticing.
So I was kind of inspired by my neurotic issues - why does everybody want to make their pokemon fight? Or is it just a small fraction of trainers? Is it cruel to keep them locked up in pokeballs? What even goes on in there anyway? Pokemon are mostly beaten up and apparently caught against their will. Why do they then immediately become friends with the trainer, rather than running away? Here lies my headcanon.

Content warning
Mild peril
Sexual situations - romantic intimacy

Disclaimers :
Rights to all things pokemon belong to "The Pokémon Company", but Pokemon Lawyers - please continue to help your company do good work making money hand over fist and don't worry about this fanfiction, or indeed the many other non-commercial offerings using your IP as a setting.
All images are either drawn or otherwise created by me, or derived using art with a permissive licence - which will be referenced at first usage.


Most recent comments left on The Companimon

Just to make sure: Who said that? (I believe it was Dido.)

In cases like that I'd suggest to make the tail of the bubble longer so that it clearly points to the speaker. Another idea: Make tails symmetrically pointing straight down. The asymmetry of the tails make them appear slightly curved and creates an ambiguity.
Oh .... oh I don't like that prognosis, not one bit ...
Trouble is, will a hospital even take her?
Fairly confident isn't 100% ... but it's something!! It's good t have a professor who's wise enough to admit he doesn't know everything
As someone experienced in computer science, my first instinct is "whoever though that was a good idea needs a good talking to." Though Dido is kind of the ultimate edge case that no one would think to plan for.