Pirate Story

Chim grew up in Rumbelly, a small island with an even smaller town. The town has slow, quite, and overall uninteresting. Chim himself had very little ambition, until around the age of five when he heard of pirates.

Rumbelly had pirate problems. Well, to call them problems would be a misnomer. Every few months the same pirate crew came by. They had a massive bounty placed on their heads, and, despite their size, were rumored to be one of the more dangerous crews. Still, despite their dangerous reputation, they were quite the opposite in behavior. They'd come into town, order some beers at the tavern, buy more food and refill their water, then leave, often after telling hundreds of stories to the townsfolk, the majority of the stories being told to the young Chim. He idolized these pirates, following them everywhere when they were in town. He was too young to understand that most pirates were evil, and not all were like this wondrous crew.

Every time they came to town, Chim would ask them if he could join. Every time the Captain would reply with a mocking "no," with some new reason being the case every time. When Chim was 12, he got the closest thing to a yes he had ever received. If he was stronger by the time they came back, the Captain would take him on board. The Captain plopped his straw hat down on the head of the young boy, telling him this hat was his contract.

Chim trained hard for that day, trying to learn to fight, to run, and to swim. Unfortunately, he was only twelve, and training was hard. Still, he thought himself strong enough to join the ship the next time it came. He even got his own Pokemon, an Azumarill he named Big Blue after his goal. As he trained, his goal grew. Sure, he still wanted to join the crew, but why settle at that? He'd become the Pirate King; and if no such position existed, he would make it!

The problem was, the crew never returned. Chim was too dedicated, too young, too foolish to understand they had likely died. He had continued to train hard, train to become the best. For five years he trained as much as he could, until he decided that he wasn't waiting for the pirates anymore; he was going to go find them.

After buying a boat with as much wood as holes, Chim has wandered into one of the larger ports in the Spice Islands, frantically throwing water out of his boat as he leaps onto the docks.

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