YamiMarik A soon to be large collection of lemon stories. Send suggestions of any pairing you would like to see. Can do yaoi and yuri. See inside for details. Fiction M - English - Romance - Chapters: I owe you this one man!
Yeah I know the last chapter wasn't all that good. It was kinda an experiment, and now that I know it wasn't a success, I won't ever do it again. This one was requested a while back but I had to make it work just right! This will also be the last one to have Umbreon for a while. I think you will a lot! Cornet was always covered with thick snow during this time of the year. Shade wanted that; a place to call home. And maybe even a mate and babies would be nice. He hadn't spent a lot of time looking, but he couldn't seem to find the right one.
Sure there were many pretty female Eeveelutions he'd come across, but he wasn't looking for just an attractive female; he was looking for someone that he could enjoy spending time with, someone he would look forward to waking up in the morning next to every night he went to sleep, and someone he could raise an Eevee or two with. His ebony black paws sunk into the pure white snow.
It was cold of course but he could handle it; he'd been around snow his entire life. He was glad he wasn't from Orre otherwise he would have a harder time living in this region.
Shade looked up at the mountain. The snow caps were deep white like the rest of the ground, coating it like a finely knitted blanket. Folding his ears against his head the golden rings on his body lit up brightly as he shivered from a sudden rush of cold air that swept across the landscape. Taking a deep cold breath he continued his trek across the base of the mountain. Shade continued walking until he found a ridge. It was narrow and curled around the mountain in several heights and directions.
Normally in these kinds of weather conditions he would stay away from paths like this, but as far as he could see this was the only other path to the other side or a different part of the mountain, so he decided to continue on towards it. Walking along the ridge he looked over the edge to see the ground far below.
He wasn't afraid of heights, for the most part at least, but to spare himself any further fear he looked away from the edge and focused on the pathway in front of him. Look at me it's so cold I'm even shivering in my thoughts. He looked out at the land over the ridge; everything was white, snow white.
The trees out in the distance that were covered in snow, the green of the pine trees could still be seen even from this distance. If you were looking up at the mountain you would see the single black speck that was Shade standing out against the grey and white of Mt.
Shade prepared to turn the corner when he heard an unusual sound, that sounded like a small blast followed by the sound of a heavy body landing in the snow. The edge of the mountain above Shade was low enough where he could see the top of the mountain and several dozen feet below.
The noise was coming from two Abomasnow, having an anything than friendly sparing round. The Abomasnow who was thrown quickly got up from its spot in the snow and goes back to fighting with its opponent. The sounds and the vibrations of fighting made some of the snow along the end of the ridge and the edge above Shade shake from their resting spot and land to the ground below.
Shade knows this will end up very badly, with an avalanche. The Umbreon immediately became scared out of his whits and knew one thing: He immediately abandoned his stationary position and took a mad sprint around the corner of the mountain where the ridge went into a single straight path.
Shade was a fast runner so hopefully he could make it before the Abomasnow got too out of control. He ran at his top speed and, looking back up at the mountain, to his horror he saw three more Abomasnow join the other two.
Shade's heart plummeted down to his stomach and his body grew weak. An avalanche was now the only way this trek would end. One of the Abomasnow, after recovering from an attack from the others, lifted its arm and the end began to glow a light blue. Using its Wood Hammer attack, it launched itself into the air and came down upon the opponent who attacked it. Within a fraction of a second the Abomasnow rolled out of the way and the other slammed its hand into the ground, causing a major shockwave through the earth.
The wave made Shade stop dead in his tracks followed by silence. Nothing; nothing but deadening silence. Shade's ears perked as he heard something that sounded like rumbling. He looked up at the sky. The sky was clear so it was not thunder…There could only be one explanation for the sound. He slowly looked to his right, hoping that he would not be right. From the summit of the mountain he could see coming down, a mound of snow, so large that his view of the sun was blocked.
The avalanche was coming down rapidly, a powder avalanche. It was coming down so quickly that it covered several of the Abamosnows were covered in and encased in the snow. Shade knew one thing at that moment, and one thing alone: He had to get the hell out of there, and fast. He didn't know what happened next but he found himself running faster than he ever ran before, his Umbreon legs carrying him to beat the avalanche before it reached his ridge.
The rumbling of the rushing snowfall got even louder, entombing the remaining Abamosnows. Shade's eyes widened as he realized no matter how fast he ran, the avalanche was going to beat him before he got off this ridge. The powder snow was getting even louder as was his heart rate. His body was sprayed with a mist, a mist filled with sharp, stabbing ice crystals that stuck in his ebony fur.
The end of the ridge got even closer and closer and he thought he would make it, until he felt a cold hard slap on the side of his body, followed by the feeling of being pushed off his feet and off the ridge, the sensation of the powdered snow overcoming his sight and his body. Then everything went black. When he came to Shade found himself surrounded with snow. Immediately he started to panic and shook his body around, only to knock the powder off his body and he could see his surroundings.
The avalanche only buried him near the surface of the snow; luckily he wasn't deep enough where the snow could settle and he would be trapped indefinitely. Shaking the rest of the powder from his body he regained his state-of-mind and looked around to see where he was.
He was standing on a sea of snow covering the trees to the tops. Cornet was several hundred feet away and he was out further near the base of the mountain. His fur was short and after being covered by the snow, he was cold, and he needed to find shelter before nightfall, or he would be really cold. Taking cautious steps he had to be very careful of where he walked; if he was standing on the base of the mountain the snow would be weak in certain, and today was not the day he wanted to deal with a broken hind leg.
Folding his tall ears against his head as well as he could his skin crawled as the wind blew across his back making him shiver. His paws sunk into the snow a few inches but he seemed to be safe. All around him was the sea of snow and he didn't really know where in the world he was, though he could see part of the ridge he was swept off of; at least the parts that weren't buried with snow.
The only plausible option was to head back towards the mountain and try to get to the other side, via a different path, and find some kind of shelter. The ground suddenly felt weak under his paws and his mind told him he needed to walk elsewhere, but first he decided to test the snow. Taking another step he realized he made a huge mistake when he felt the snow collapse and gravity pulled him down with it.
The mountain dropped out of his sight and he found himself tumbling down and forwards. He fell with the snow and he could not hear anything as his mind went black and he continued falling into the pit that was hidden beneath the snow. He was taken by surprise at how shallow the pit was when he abruptly landed on his back and all the wind was knocked right out of his lungs.
Snow fell on his face and stomach and his body sang with pain. He gritted his teeth and struggled to his stomach then stood up on shaky legs; he was surprised the fall hadn't broken his back.
He looked up at the hole he fell through, the bright light making him close one eye. The hole was at least twenty feet above him, eliminating the possibility of getting out that way. Looking around the pit he found himself in what looked like a cave. The walls were rounded with the ceiling and extended into the back, a while back, so this must be a cave.
In the other direction, however, there was a large pile of snow that piled in from the outside, blocking what appeared to be the entrance to the cave. He looked back to the rest of the cave. The temperature was warmer in here at that made the Umbreon happy. The stone walls were of course grey and there were rocks littering the ground here and there. Shade stood in his spot and sighed, then stretched his body forwards and backwards, cracking the aching bones in his body, especially his back; that avalanche and that little spill down the hole he fell down did quite a number on him.
In the back of the cave the path forked into two separate paths, and he took the one to the left. Once he was down the path, he spun in place a few times he laid down beside a rock and closed his eyes to take a nice nap. But he wouldn't get the chance because he smelled something. His eyes shot open and he jumped to his feet, smelling the air more carefully.
He ran down to the other path that forked from the entrance and he found the source of the smell down the other path; it both shocked and surprised him.
Lying in the middle of the floor was an Espeon, and by the shape of the body he could see it was a female.