This is the end epilogue. It's not much but it's what we're finishing with. I went back and changed a few of Pikachu's used moves to some that made a bit more sense.

I own nothing.


"Pikachu!" Ash cried out, seconds after his starter had vanished. He didn't know what had happened, one moment his buddy was here, the next he was gone. The trainer soon began frantically searching the room for his lost starter.

"Oh dear, where did Pikachu go?" Delia questioned in worry, Prof. Oak looked shocked by this turn of events.

"Pikachu! Please, if you're here come out!" Ash called out, but no response was heard. Ash was about to try looking elsewhere, when the computer glowed again. "It's happening again?" the young trainer questioned, as he and the other two humans in the room shielded their eyes. The glow grew brighter, until it was too bright to see anything, then as suddenly as it came, the glow faded.

"Pikachu!" A voice announced, Ash, Delia, and Prof. Oak slowly uncovered their eyes to see a familiar, electric type, sitting in front of the computer.

"Pikachu!" Ash exclaimed in happiness, and relief, before he went over and picked up his partner.

"Pikapi!" Pikachu happily exclaimed as his trainer hugged him, Ash held his partner up and took a good look at him, before frowning slightly.

"Where did you go? Did you hide when the first glow came and come out when the second one did? I couldn't find you," Ash stated with a confused look on his face, Pikachu also looked confused by this statement.

"Pikapi pika? Pikachu pi chu pi," Pikachu stated, Delia and the professor couldn't understand what the electric mouse had said, but Ash could, and his reaction gave them a pretty good idea of what was said.

"Wait, what? Two days!?" Ash exclaimed in confusion, while his mother came over to make sure everything was alright. Prof. Oak, on the other hand, walked over to his computer with a look of fascination on his face.

"What just happened?" The Pokémon professor pondered to himself, staring at his computer. Pikachu seemed to be trying to explain something to his trainer.

"Professor, Pikachu's talking about something called a 'Digital world.' Do you know anything about that?" Ash questioned, bringing Prof. Oak's attention away from the computer.

"Digital world?" Prof. Oak questioned curiously, unbeknownst to anyone in the room, the unwatched computer began to give off a few sparks, as static flashed across the screen, and a dark mist floated out of it and drifted out the window.

"I'm not done yet."

Well we have an end, the humans are confused but we won't see a conclusion to their confusion until the sequel, as this story was more about the Pikachu and the digimon, and I wanted to finish it. I don't know when I'll make the sequel, but it will be made. For now this is done. Bye.