Author's Note: Yes, I've got back this story. Hang on a little, though, for my connection is still horrible. However, I'm now reuploading "Light's Adventures" and continuing on it. Cheers! Oh! and this is the same as before, so don't think I edited it or anything. Shout out to Wolfman32 for sending me the last needed chapters to reupload this. Thanks a lot, man!

Caution: This story will contain mature scenes later on. Chapters containing these will have 'Warning' on them with an explanation of the warning.

Author's Note: Okay, this will be the first story where I will put author notes in. I want to try this idea to see how it works. Anyway, I came up with this idea with a passing thought (like most of my stories) and have decided to see how it works (meaning story continues with comments). I plan for this to be a much longer story than my others. As my connection problems are an issue, please be patient with my updates. Okay, what you've been waiting for (and probably skipped to):

Light's Adventures

Chapter 1: Flying Entrance

He laid comfortable in his case, perfectly at ease. He did not know how long he had been here. He had no previous recollections, nor was he sure he was retaining these recollections. Time seemed to drift for him. Everything seemed unchanging and constant.

Somewhere along the line, something changed. A warming presence seemed to hold the case he was in. What is that? he wondered. The presence faded, making him feel a small part of him leave. He wanted the presence to come back. He wanted the warmth again.

He did not know how long it was before he felt it again. He pushed slightly against the presence to let it know he was there. Soon, too soon, it faded again. This process seemed to continue and continue. Finally he was tired of this. He didn't want the presence to leave him again. He didn't want to feel whatever the feeling was when the presence left again.

He waited until the presence was there again. This time seemed to take longer, but he knew it would come. Soon enough, it did. He gathered all of his strength and rammed against his holding case. If he didn't break it, at least the presence might help.

He felt a wave of accomplishment hit him as he felt the wall sag a little. He heard a crack, but there was nothing else. He wasn't about to give up. He gathered his strength again and rammed the same spot. The wall gave way and a sudden brightness hit him.

He had no time to react as he felt weightlessness take over. He felt like he was flying through the air, free from everything. He heard a cry of alarm from above. He rejoiced in the sudden exhilaration that captured him and he knew he never wanted to be stuck in anything again. Why suffer in cramped places when there were open places like this?

Suddenly the feeling of weightlessness left him as he fell into a suffocating mound of something soft. He panicked. The soft stuff enclosed him, made him feel trapped again. He struggled in vain. The stuff seemed to be everywhere. Was there no way out?

Something latched on his body. It was the presence, but now he felt it touch his fur, not the shell like case that had surrounded him. He let go of everything and let the presence pick him up. The mound of soft stuff left and his eyes finally adjusted to the light. He could see the world.

He looked and saw something in front of him. The words appeared in his mind of what it was: human, face, and trainer. He didn't completely understand them, nor understand how he knew, but he knew he could trust this thing.

It brought him up to its face and he studied it. The human's face had a slightly roundish shape to it, though not in a fatty like way but in more of a youngish way. The human had startling blue eyes and light brown hair. Its face sported a few pimples, but no scars or other blemishes. Its hair came down almost, but not quite, to its shoulders. He thought it was perfect.

He stared at the human right in the eyes. It stared right back. Finally, it laughed. "You're a feisty one, aren't you?" it said.

He didn't know how to respond. He continued to look into the human's eyes.

"Okay, okay, you win. I've lost the staring contest already, little buddy," it said. It put him down on its lap. He looked up at the human's face still. "Okay, introductions first. I'm Nick," it said, pointing at itself. "And that is Blaze," Nick said, pointing behind him.

He turned and saw a large reddish orange creature standing on its four paws. It had a mane, tail, and a head of hair that were yellowish and fluffy looking. He must have fallen in one of those. He backed away from the strange creature.

"I know he looks intimidating now, but you'll get to like him. Now about you. What should your name be?" Nick asked. Nick made a sort of mmm sound as he put his fist to his chin. "I got it!" he shouted, snapping his fingers, "I'll call you Light. How does that sound."

The name seemed to echo in his head, Light, light, light, light . . . It seemed perfect. "Sure," Light said.

"I'll take that as a 'yes'," Nick said. He started to pet Light and groom his fur. Light felt a purring noise reverberate from his throat. "You gave us a fright when he popped out of your shell like that and flew through the air. Luckily, Blaze caught you with his mane, or you could have seriously been hurt."

Light looked around and for the first time noticed eggshells all around his feet on Nick's lap. He also noticed something twitch behind him. He looked back, but it veered out of sight and all Light saw was a light brown tuft of fur. He suddenly felt the need to attack it. He darted for it, but as he did, it also moved away. He started to go in the other direction, but it changed directions, also.

"You look like such a cute Eevee when you do that Light," Nick said.

When Light heard 'cute', he stopped and checked himself. He would let the object get away, at least for now. He made a mental note to go after it later on.

"Well aren't you even going to say 'hi'?" Blaze asked.

Light flipped around. He had completely forgotten about Blaze. "Oh, uh sorry. Umm . . . hi," he stuttered.

The Pokemon gave a short laugh through his nose. "I'm not going to bite. I'm just a Flareon," he said.

"Here guys get acquainted. I need to go right now," Nick said. He picked Light up and put him on a soft like thing next to Nick. Nick got up and headed for a door.

Light tried to scramble after him, but he came to an edge and couldn't follow any more. Light summoned all his voice and cried out, "Wait, don't go!"

Nick tried his head as he walked and said, "Don't worry; I'll be back." And with that, Nick left the room.

Light laid down and put his head on his paws. Blaze jumped up beside him. "What's wrong? Nick will be right back. It's not the end of the world," Blaze said.

"I-I just didn't want him to leave," Light said.

"So, your name's Light. Seems slightly well placed since you're a special colored Pokemon," Blaze commented.

So Light was a special colored Eevee. Was that supposed to change things? He didn't feel weird or anything. So what if his a different color?

"Oh, don't take it the wrong way. It's just rare to be born the special color of your species. Anyway, I see you're on the dramatic side."

"What do you mean?" Light asked.

"I'm just talking about how you suddenly leapt out of your shell with a flying leap thinking you could fly or something," Blaze teased.

"I-I didn't mean to. I just wanted to get out of my shell," Light said.

"Don't worry; no harm was done," Blaze said.

"So how long have you been with Nick?" Light asked.

"I was given to him about six months ago as his first Pokemon," Blaze answered.

"So, what do you guys do?" Light asked.

"We battle other trainers and gym leaders and that sort of stuff. Nick now has two badges from gym leaders. Humans like to test out skill, though many times I think they represent us as their strength or something like that," Blaze said.

"Am I going to be battling?" Light wondered out loud.

Blaze chuckled, "Not right now. In a few days Nick will start teaching you. You're still a newborn."

Light felt a little disappointed that he would have to wait, but he guessed it couldn't be helped. He turned his head at the sound of the door opening. Nick came into the room holding a little bag. Light jumped up into a standing position, glad to see he was back. Light could feel his tail waving as he watched his trainer.

Nick came over to Light and crouched down. Nick reached into the bag and pulled out a black collar with a small tag on it. Light looked at it confused. "This is identification in case you ever become lost, or something. I made sure to print your name on it," Nick explained as he slipped it around Light's neck.

Light looked down at it and smiled at his new collar. The little gold tag swung a little from his neck. He resisted the urge to bat at it. Nick got up and went through the bag again. Light's attention went back to Nick as he pulled something out. It was a ball, half red and half white with a black ring around it. Nick pressed a button and the small ball grew in size a little.

"This is a Pokeball, Light. I've got to put you in it real quick so that you're a captured Pokemon, but it will only last for a little," Nick said. Light nodded and waited as Nick tossed the ball into the air. The ball hit Light and opened. A flash of red hit him and then all was black.

Light started to panic. Once again, he was in a closed space. Light felt something try to take control of him and he remembered what Nick said. He stopped and let it take control. He heard a ding that rung in his ears. Light was starting to have a hard time breathing and staying calm. He would be let out soon, right?

Suddenly, the red light flashed again and Light was once again outside. He was thankful that the experience was over. He never wanted to go in that thing again. He looked around and saw he was on the floor in front of the couch. Blaze was still laying on it. Nick was standing where he had been before.

Light looked up at Nick and saw a big grin on his face. "Welcome to the team, Light," he cheered. Light cheered with him.