Odemon #264

Smash by crash a fast dash slash then stash! TURN
Creed of speed indeed it need accede at speed and see succeed if lead but heed TURN
Line is fine don’t whine TURN
Straight’s its fate its gate’s first rate but straight’s its trait can’t deviate!

-Odemon #264 Linoone

Odemon Haitus

Odemon is going on haitus; it’s not that I don’t want to continue it, but so many other projects I have going on are more important uses of my limited time and the original idea of writing the piece the day of is really difficult when I only do it once a week.

I might change how I do it and work on some privately here and there when inspiration hits. I’m not sure.

And yes, this means I’ll be posting here even less. I’m doing a lot of work, it’s just, it’s all going into my much more successful projects, which are *checks* romance and erotica.

i might add a section on here for that someday

Odemon #260

People were having fun at the beach. Picture what that looks like because the author doesn’t know how people have fun at the beach.
But one new thing at this beach this season gave some people pause. Finally they started asking, what was with the Swampert with the shades?
It turned out the Swampert had moved into the pristine beach during the off-season. They’d tried to get rid of it but it punched anyone who did, so finally they made an agreement with it to let it stay if it would become a lifeguard.
And the beach had never been safer.

-Odemon #260 Swampert

Odemon #829

Floating softly in the breeze
Singing joyous songs that please
Spinning, twirling flowers bloom
Pollen better than any perfume

-Odemon #829 Gossifleur

Odemon #484

When the world was young and fair,
It’s said there was an ultimate dare.
Dialga spoke to Palkia, “Hey!
How long can you hold your breath? All day?
I bet you can’t hold your breath
Longer than I before your death.”
Palkia countered, “This is a trick.
You can warp time, I’m not so thick.
You’ll stretch one second to you one day.
I won’t fall for that! No way!”
Dialga promised, “No tricks here,
I’ll not warp time, my conscious is clear.
I dare you just one hour, not more,
Hold your breath, if you’re not so poor.”
And so its breath did Palkia hold;
Neither realized the dangers unfold.
Every breath that Palkia took
Stabilized space, yes, every nook,
But as it took no breath in
Space destabilized; ’twas fin.
Distance collapsed, twisted space
Opened portals to every place.
Ultra Beasts began to flood
into the world seeking blood.
When Giratina saw this horrible scare
It burrowed in its world, it didn’t care.
But Arceus saw this and was done,
It shouted and kicked its naughty sons.
It ordered Dialga and Palkia now
To fix the mess that they’d allowed.
To save the world from Guzzlord, the glutton,
Dialga hit the rewind button.
Palkia began to breathe a lot;
Fogged up the windows; stability brought.
Did they learn their lesson? Hardly at all;
Next day Palkia dared Dialga’s heart rate to fall.

-Odemon #484 Palkia

Odemon #71

When the explorer went searching for the legendary Victreebel colony, the last thing she expected was to be offered lunch.
“I’ve got a soup cooking right now!” Victreebel said. “Take a look!”
The explorer peered into the Victreebel’s mouth, which indeed had a golden fluid pooled in it, a warm honey scent wafting from it.
“It’s got honey, carrots, potatoes, garlic,” Victreebel said, “I just need to add one more ingredient.”
“What’s that?” the explorer asked.
Victreebel tipped her into its mouth of soupy acid.

-Odemon #71 Victreebel

Odemon #722

Rowlet, small owl
Nap in the day
Photosynthesis
Energy that way
Then evening comes and you’re active, night is the time that you prowl it
Silently gliding, strong kicks sharp feathers, fighting skill makes folks go “wowlet!”

-Odemon #722 Rowlet

Odemon #348

Armor plating, powerful claw
Offense and defense with nary a flaw
Swimming fast with special wings
These factors this apex predator brings
So why extinct? Why Armaldo dies?
Maybe because it had weird protruding eyes.

-Odemon #348 Armaldo

Odemon #167

Sentret and Ledyba walked along the field. They were on an advanture to find their family they got lost from!
Spinarak was there, too. She just wanted to eat them, though.
As night fell a hoot startled Sentret and Ledyba into cowering on the ground.
“You two are pathetic,” Spinarak said. “It’s just a Hoothoot!”
The Hoothoot flew down and pecked Spinarak, and the String Spit Pokemon screamed.
“Oh, no! Spinarak! We have to help her!” Sentret said.
“B-But didn’t she just want to eat us?” Ledyba asked.
Sentret shrugged.
The two early route Pokemon blocked Hoothoot from Spinarak and fended the owl off. Spinarak got up.
“You… You saved me.”
“Of course,” Sentret said. “We’re friends.”
Stars appeared in Spinarak’s eyes. She had friends!
“I still want to eat you, though,” she said.
“…”
“But like, in a friendly way.”

-Odemon #167 Spinarak

Odemon #698

MEANWHILE, IN ALOLA:
“We did it! We restored Amaura from a fossil!”
The scientist looked at the puddle on the floor.
“And it already melted from the heat!”

-Odemon #698 Amaura