Hey, guys! I'm back again with another chapter, which is actually the final chapter of this story. Don't cry! I will be making more stories very soon. However, this one still has to be finished. So, without further or do, let's get straight to the chapter!
Ash woke up to the sight of a bright light emanating through the window.
Grunting, Ash tried to get out of bed but felt a familiar tug around his waist.
"Serena," Ash muttered, twisting his neck so he could see over his shoulder, seeing that Serena was still asleep next to him, gripping onto him as if her life depended on it.
Ash noticed that Pikachu was stirring in the corner of the room, lying on his bed.
Waiting a few seconds until Pikachu woke up, Ash got his attention by tapping on the bedside table, pointing over at the curtains next to the window, hoping that Pikachu would understand what he meant.
To his delight, Pikachu jumped out of his bed and bounded over to the window, tugging at the curtains until they closed, letting the light drain from the room.
Ash gave Pikachu a thumbs up, who nodded before running out of the room and down the stairs.
Settling back down on the pillow, Ash felt Serena's grip around him tighten for a second before it became looser.
Ash felt Serena nuzzle her head into the back of his neck, slightly stirring.
After a few moments, Ash heard her say something quietly.
Serena opened her eyes, smiling lightly as she let go of Ash, pulling him until he was laying on his back.
"Good morning, Ash," Serena said, giving him a quick kiss.
"Morning, cutie," Ash replied, using the nickname that he had started to use recently.
Serena smiled, positioning herself so she was laying directly on top of Ash, resting her head on his chest.
"Serena," Ash started, getting her attention. "We need to get up."
"No," Serena mumbled, pushing her head into his chest harder.
"We need to feed the Pokemon, and I need to get out to the Pokemon league to check on the elite four," Ash told her, to which Serena slowly nodded, getting off Ash and climbing out of bed.
"Alright, I'll go feed the Pokemon. You get dressed," Serena told Ash, who shook his head.
"No, you fed them yesterday. Have a break," Ash told Serena, who sighed as Ash got out of bed.
"Thanks," Serena said, watching as Ash sprayed some deodorant on himself before throwing on some trousers and a t-shirt, walking out of the room and down the stairs.
Serena threw on some clothes, walking out of the room and down the stairs, looking at Ash feeding the Pokemon outside.
Walking into the kitchen, Serena grabbed two bowls, filling them with cereal and milk as Ash came back in.
"Thanks," Ash said as Serena handed him his breakfast.
Grabbing two spoons, Ash handed one to Serena before they both started to eat.
Seven years had passed since Ash and Serena graduated from Xerneas High School. They had both managed to achieve their dreams, in quite a short amount of time too.
Ash had beaten the gyms in all of the regions before proceeding to win every Pokemon league in each region, battling through the elite four before beating the champions of each region. He was the first person in history to be the champion of Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, Unova, Kalos and Alola at the same time, making him a legitimate Pokemon master and the strongest trainer in the world.
Meanwhile, Serena has competed in numerous Pokemon Showcases throughout Kalos, winning each of them before eventually becoming the Kalos Queen. After that, she had gone with Ash to Johto, Hoenn and Sinnoh, competing in contests, winning all of them, becoming a top-coordinator throughout the three regions along with being the Kalos Queen.
The two young adults had finished their breakfast, cleaning up before Ash left the house, kissing Serena goodbye before heading to the Pokemon league based in Kalos to give a briefing to the elite four, who would be battling against a somewhat strong trainer.
Serena walked up the stairs, noticing that was nine AM, she walked into her daughter's room, waking up the sleeping child.
The girl was called Emma. She was five years old, and a very happy child. Rather than being spoiled like most kids with rich parents are, Ash and Serena made sure to treat their daughter, but not too often, in order to make sure that she wouldn't constantly expect special treatment.
Serena shook Emma, waking up the girl, who greeted Serena with a smile
"Good morning, honey," Serena said, watching as the girl adjusted to being awake again.
"Hi, mummy!" Emma greeted her, grabbing Serena and pulling her into an embrace.
"Shall we go and get you some breakfast?" Serena asked her, to which the child nodded vigourously.
Serena left the room, picking Emma up, heading down the stairs before going into the kitchen, giving her some breakfast.
While Emma was eating, Serena walked out of the kitchen, heading into the living room, glancing at the pictures on the wall before her eyes stopped on a certain one which brought a smile to her face.
The picture depicted her and Ash along with all of their friends just after the graduation ceremony a few years back. Everyone was smiling, holding up the certificate proudly in the air, proving that it really did happen.
After everyone parted ways, they stayed in contact. Brock, Cilan, Clemont and Iris went to university like they said they would, getting a degree in each of their courses. For Brock, he got a degree as a doctor, he was now working in a hospital. Clemont got a degree as a technician. He was working with scientists to try and discover the secret to the cure to cancer. Iris got a degree in socialology, which surprised some of the group. Iris was always good when it came to reading peoples emotions. She worked as a Therapist. Finally, Cilan got a degree as a connoisseur, as he always had the dream of becoming one. He worked in a very popular, expensive restaurant, testing new recipies that were coming in almost every day.
Everyone else had merely taken a job oppertunity that they like the idea of, for instance, Gary became a policeman, Dawn became a model and Misty became a gym-instructor.
Serena sat down, turning on the T.V and seeing that there was news on the fact that the challenger who was challenging the Pokemon league had reportedly already beaten the first elite four member.
Crossing her fingers, Serena wished Ash good luck, as she sat there watching the trainer battle their way through the elite four, beating them all before coming face to face with the legend himself.
"Well done, you've beaten all of the elite four," Ash said to the challenger, his voice eminating through the speakers. "But let's see if you can beat me."
"Oh! Is Daddy battling?" Emma asked Serena, running into the living room.
"Yeah," Serena said, pointing at the T.V screen.
Emma sat down next to Serena, watching joyfully as Ash completely overpowered the trainer, only using Pikachu.
Ash won, of course, of but the challenger honestly didn't care. He knew the entire time that he would lose against Ash, but he just wanted to be able to say that he battle the only existing Pokemon Master.
Ash left the building after his victory, heading home in his pirvate jet to avoid the paperazzi.
When Ash arrived home, he was greeted with a hug from both Serena and Emma, who congratulated him on his win.
"Well, thanks," Ash said, blushing lightly before leading them back into the house. "Do you two want to go out somewhere?"
"Yeah!" Emma exclaimed. "Can we go to a themepark?"
Ash and Serena nodded, laughing at her energy.
The three of them headed out to a themepark for the day, eventually coming home and heading to bed.
"Ash," Serena started, looking at Ash as he climbed into bed next to her.
"Yeah?" Ash asked, looking at her.
"Do you remember when we first met?" Serena asked him with a smile, scooting closer to him, resting her head on his chest.
"Yeah," Ash replied with a smile of his own.
"I'm glad you helped me that day," Serena said, closing her eyes.
"Yeah, me too," Ash replied, giving her a quick kiss on her forehead before also closing his eyes.
"I love you," Serena muttered.
"I love you too," Ash replied, before the two of them went to sleep, remembering the adventures that they had in that one year.
For normal people, school is a time that goes by without anythign interesting happening. But for Ash and Serena, if they hadn't gone to the same school, then their lives would be completely different.
In the end, they were both glad that they experienced everything from the happy things, the bad things, the sad things, etc.
Afterall, if they didn't experience them, then they might never have been happy.
There we go. The last chapter is finished.I just want to clear something up, there won't be a sequel. I wouldn't know what to do for it, and if there was a sequel, then it would be really boring. But, aside from that, I want to thank you all for supporting this story. I had a blast writing it, and after around eight months, it's finally finished. I will continue to create stories, and I hope that you will continue to read them. That's it for now, so I will see you soon with another story. Bye!