The television screen was glowing brighter than usual. I stepped in front of the screen, casting a large shadow over it. My colleague moved his head to the side to catch a glimpse of the blasted machine. He then laughed at what was occurring in the world. That was the last straw.
I bopped him on the head, and he seemed to enjoy the blow. Typical.
"Pinky! Stop this foolishness!" I shouted.
Pinky apologized then continued watching the hypnotic device. This was strange. I usually got his attention whenever I hit and shouted at him. What was distracting him?
I turned around and was in total shock. That was it! That is how I would take over the world once and for all!
I soon prepared the plans. Thanks to Pinky, I would finally take over the world! YES!
The chilly October breeze was blowing in my face as I flew over Amity Park, with a huge grin. This day was turning out great.
No ghosts were roaming around. That was good for everyone. Plus, I might even be on time for the first time in a long while! Everything was going perfect so far...I spoke too soon, though, as I felt a chill as my ghost sense went off. Who could it be this time?
It was the strangest thing ever. How could a little mouse like that be able to acquire the ghost wail quicker than I did? And how could it be that powerful to knock out both Vlad and Snowball?
As I sucked them into the Fenton Thermos, I felt a sudden surge through me. I shivered as I saw the blue mist flow out of mouth. That was weird. Weren't the two bad guys were already captured? Then again, Pinky was half ghost. Maybe I sensed him.
I twisted the thermos shut and went back to Pinky and Brain. They were still embracing each other with hug...or at least Pinky was.
"Pinky...that's enough! Stop it or I shall have to hurt you!" Brain said as he broke free of his friend's grasp.
"Poit! Sorry, Brain", Pinky told him.
My ghost sense went off again. I shrugged. It was probably just Pinky.
"Danny, we just want to...you know...thank you for everything", Brain said.
"No problem", I replied.
"Um...Danny. This was great and all, but do you think that you could fly us back home. You know, with me not being able to turn into a ghost until my energy is back up and all?" Pinky asked.
Before I could answer him, a chill surged through my body. My ghost sense went off yet again. Someone else was here, and they were watching us...I could tell.
As I turned around to check who, or what, it could be, something grabbed my legs. It was a pair of hands. The hands held on tight and made me turn intangible as I was pulled through the floor.
When the hands let go, I was thrown into a steel wall. I rubbed my head and sat up against the dented surface, trying to focus my vision to get a good look at the culprit.
"Think you could get away from a fight that easily? I expect more out you, Daniel", the familiar voice echoed in my ears.
I looked around and to my surprise, it was Vlad. Behind him was Snowball, who was fixing up some amplifiers. Both were in ghost form.
"How? I sucked the both of you into the-", I began.
"Thermos, we know. But that wasn't us", Vlad explained."Duplicates. I should've known", I looked back over to Snowball, "And the amplifiers echoed the ghostly wail through hidden speakers, fooling Pinky into thinking he did it himself."
Snowball neared me. "Bright boy. No wonder Vlad dreams to have a son such as yourself. Well, it's too bad that he lost your mother to an idiot."
Vlad seemed offended. "It wasn't my fault! It was his father's!"
While they argued, I quickly flew up and phased through the ceiling. Vlad noticed me.
"Oh no you don't!" he said as he grabbed my legs.
I struggled with his weight pulling me down, but I managed to break free of his grip and get back to the lab above me.
Pinky and Brain stared at me as I came back up.
"Danny, what happened?" Brain asked.
"Both of you have to leave now!" I told them.
Just then, both Vlad and Snowball flew up to us.
"What a shame for it to end this way. But we'll do anything for the world, isn't that right, Brain?" Snowball exclaimed as he neared the rodent.
"What do you mean 'we'?" Brain asked.
"You know exactly what I mean", Snowball assured him.
At that moment, the hamster went intangible and flew inside Brain. Then, Vlad smirked at me and did the same to Pinky.
"No!" I shouted.
I tried to stop them, but it was too late.
3rd Person POV:
The ghostly mouse had found himself in a similar position he was in before. Cornered yet again, not being able to think. He wished that his companion hadn't fallen under Snowball's control, for he really wanted his help at this moment. It was one mouse pitted against five individuals with their own unique power, which they could control.
Pinky couldn't think. His mind was cluttered with all kinds of thoughts and emotions. The happy, sad, and angry moments had taken over. The mouse had no control of them. He began to think that he was losing his mind.
All of a sudden, a deafening, ear-piercing sound had burst out. It echoed in a chilling way and had completely taken everyone off guard as it filled the room.
The individuals that were after Pinky soon began to grab onto various, nailed down objects, hanging on for dear life. A metallic box soon hit a button which had then opened up the portal to the ghost zone. At that moment, Skulker flew into the air, being back up by the deafening sound. Unable to control his movements, the poacher was soon shot through the portal and into the ghost zone.
Vlad couldn't take much more of the noise, and had fallen back as well. He was becoming weaker, and had changed back into his human form, flying through the air and crashing into a table full of beakers and tools.
Then, the cheese heads on Danny and Brain soon began to deteriorate. Each piece chipped off one by one, until the inner mechanisms were revealed and were shattered as well. The ghost boy and mouse didn't know what was going on, but they did know that they had to get away from the noise. Danny grabbed hold of Brain, and phased through a wall, escaping and falling into another room.
The final blow came to Snowball. Even he couldn't bear the piercing sound. He had flown back and crashed into a wall. He was struggling against it, but he changed back into his normal form, falling to the ground.
Suddenly, the deafening sound echoed no more. All was quiet. The mouse felt weak and dizzy. He fell to the ground and lay there, transforming back into his original form.
Danny and Brain had heard the noise die out, and had come back into the room. They were shocked when they saw the final results.
The lab was in ruins. Wood chips and tools were all scattered about. Tables and chairs were knocked over. Even the metallic wall had been chipped off. That wasn't the surprising part, though.
As they looked around, they had seen that Snowball and Vlad had been knocked out. They then turned, finding the half ghost half mouse laying down, not moving a muscle.
Brain jumped out from Danny's hands and had neared his colleague. The two were at a loss for words.
"He...he did it", Danny uttered out, "he actually stopped them."
"Pinky!" Brain said as he shook his friend, "Pinky! Are you okay!?"
Pinky opened his eyes and sat up slowly. He rubbed his head, trying to rid himself of pain.
"W-what happened?" he asked as he peered around the room.
"You were able to control the wail long enough just to defeat Vlad and Snowball", Danny exclaimed in shock, "Pinky, you've gained control of one of the most powerful powers a ghost could have!"
"Really?" asked Pinky.
"Yeah, and a lot quicker in doing it than I was", Danny admitted.
"Pinky, I just want to say that you've done good. And that I've never been more proud of you in my life", Brain explained.
Pinky grinned. "NARF! Gee, thanks Brain."
The two friends then embraced each other with a hug. Danny smiled as he watched them, and then went over to Vlad and Snowball, who were laying down, defenseless and weak.
"My lucky day. Two for the price of one. You both have caused enough trouble for one day", Danny told them. He took out the thermos and sucked them in. They wouldn't be bothering anyone for a while now.
3rd Person POV:
The little mouse backed up a bit, horrified by what was in front of him. His mind couldn't process. He just couldn't believe what he was seeing.
There he was, crowded by a group of mutants and his friend. Pinky wished that he could have saved Brain. At least he would've known what to do in a situation such as this. But alas, he was now on his own. He had to think of a way out of this.
As Pinky was pondering, Skulker made a move to grab him. Instantly, he flew out of the poacher's way, leaving him with a terrible headache.
"I won't allow some mutated mouse make me look like a fool", Skulker stated as he rubbed his head.
"You needed help with that? I thought that you were foolish enough on your own!" Pinky shouted.
It wasn't the best thing to say in a time like this, but he figured that if he was going to be a half ghost, he might as well follow in Danny's footsteps. Pinky's mind began to flow with thoughts and events. He had to remember what he saw and learned from the ghost boy in order to use his powers correctly.
'The ghost ray', Pinky thought to himself, 'it might be able to push the baddies back'.
An electric blue glow began to form around his palms. It grew larger and larger. The beam was then released and sent across the room, aiming at Skulker. The poacher landed on his back as the beam struck him. Pinky reacted quickly before Skulker got up, and froze him with his crokinesis. The poacher was now imbedded within a block of ice, just as Vlad was.
"I have to admit, I had no idea where he came from, but he must be pathetic to lose to a buffoon such as yourself", Snowball exclaimed.
Pinky's eyes glowed in anger. How dare Snowball call him such a thing. He wasn't as idiotic and hopeless as Snowball thought he was. And he sought to prove him wrong.
The little mouse shot out more beams in an attempt to freeze the evil hamster. Every time, though he had avoided it. One last beam was shot, and had finally struck Snowball. Pinky couldn't believe his luck.
It was hard to believe for the little mouse, though, when the hamster had phased through the block of ice. Suddenly, Skulker and Vlad had soon phased out as well.
Pinky knew where this was going, and he didn't like it one bit.
@loudkit- I'm sorry, but I'm not the type of writer that adds OC's. I'm not very good with it.
@Luna- Yes, we all despise Skulker. He hunts innocent ghosts as if they're his trophies. How would he feel if he were being hunted? Probably pretty good, considering the fact that he has nothing better to do.
can you add my character, kitty to it? ill tell you about her.
Type: half ghost cat
personality: happy most of the time, protective of her friends(including her owner, Danny) and a short temper, so when shes angry, step back.
look: Normal form: white with black patch on her chest, blue eyes. Ghost form: black with white patch on chest, green eyes.
3rd Person POV:
Brain rubbed the fur on his head. "I don't understand. Why only control Danny when they could have you as well?"
Pinky looked down. "They think that...you know...I'm no threat at all..."
Brain stared at his companion. He clearly wasn't too proud of himself. He had to prove him otherwise.
"Pinky, I know that I didn't mention this before, but you are skilled with your powers. You can turn invisible, be intangible, and can even overshadow me. The only thing you need to work on are the ghost rays."
Pinky lowered himself down a bit to meet eye to eye with his friend. His ghostly green eyes stared into Brain's red eyes. He neared him, and embraced him with a hug.
"I know that Brain. I've always known that you would believe in me."
Brain was at a loss for words. His companion actually trusted him. He guessed that he was Pinky's true best friend after all. After a few more minutes, the little mouse finally spoke up.
"I'm glad that your confidence has been restored and that we still believe in each other, Pinky. But we have to save Danny now."
"Daniel is long gone", croaked a familiar voice, "Let's get down to the real news now. Pinky and the Brain are reunited once more."
It was Brain's adversary, Snowball. He was floating just inside the doorway, grinning. He neared his two old friends. The ghostly hamster had stared a long time at Pinky, pondering for a moment, then turned to Brain.
"Enjoy it while it lasts. I'm not so sure that this reunion shall last forever, Brain."
The hamster then snapped his two stubby fingers. In this sequence, out came young Danny Phantom, controlled by a cheese head designed by his enemy, Vlad Masters.
"I know what you're wondering, why get rid of Vlad and take Daniel for myself? You see, he has much more potential than that froot loop who needs a cat or something. Just as you do."
"You mean...me?" asked Pinky.
Snowball roared out with laughter. "Of course not! I was talking about Brain!"
Brain stared at him, dazed. "How? I'm not the one with the ghost powers?"
"I know that, and although I hate to admit it...you are intelligent. With both our minds together we can be unstoppable at controlling all the ghosts within the ghost zone!"
"So mind-controlling Danny was only part of the plan!" Brain realized.
"I'm afraid you know too much now", Snowball shook his head He snapped his fingers, and at that moment, the ceiling opened up. A cheese-head came flying out from it and landed on Brain's head.
"Oh no! Pinky...quick, before it's too late!" Brain told him.
"Brain...no!" Pinky exclaimed.
"You have to defeat Snowball as well as saving Daniel and I!"
"I...I can't do it without you, Brain! You're my best friend! You're the genius who knows what to do!"
"Well, this time you have to figure out a plan...I believe in you, Pinky."
With that said, Snowball pressed a red button on a remote control. The mind control had taken effect on Brain.
"Brain! Help!" Pinky shouted as he was cornered by his friend and Danny. "How could this get any worse!?"
Just then, Danny's notorious adversary had come in.
"This half ghost half mouse will fetch me half the cash that the ghost boy would!" Skulker exclaimed.
"I had to ask...NARF!" whimpered Pinky.
3rd Person POV:
Brain entered the lab in Wisconsin via ghost zone. When he came through he noticed that no bad guy was there in sight. That was good.
The little mouse walked around in his human suit, searching for his companion. Along the way, he witnessed strange decorations.
"What is with Vlad and animal furs', thought Brain.
He cringed at the idea that some of these poor creatures were those he once knew. He hoped that Pinky didn't meet a similar fate.
While lost in thought, Brain could hear a faint sound. He followed the noise until it become crisp to his ear. It was sobbing. He only knew one person, or creature, that cried that distinctly. It was Pinky.
The captured mouse was locked up in a cage clearly not fit for his stature. He was crouched down on his knees, with tears flowing down from his eyes. Something else struck Brain that was important: his friend was in his mouse half as opposed to his ghost half. He wondered why. Brain could also make out a few words that managed to spew out of his companion's tongue.
"I failed...I knew this would happen...where's Brain...I wish I didn't get these stupid powers in the first place", Pinky sobbed.
Brain looked away. This wasn't Pinky's fault, he believed. It was his. How could he have allowed Pinky to continue on with these powers. They were obviously causing interferences he couldn't handle.
Just then, Pinky peered out of the corner of his eye. He couldn't believe what he was seeing. He rubbed them to make sure. He could clearly see that his best friend had come for him.
"B-Brain?" Pinky managed to say.
Brain turned back around and saw his pal staring at him with a relieved, but miserable, look. "Pinky...I-I'm sorry that I did this to you. But I...we can make things right".
Pinky looked back down.
"Pinky, I apologize for any trouble these powers have caused you, but they aren't a curse. They're a gift. Please...what I would give to see you smile again", Brain said looking down as well.
Pinky then pondered for amoment, staring down at his paws. He then looked up at his friend.
When Brain managed to look back up again, he no longer saw a miserable mouse trapped in his cage. What he saw was an energized ghostly mouse, who was smiling as bright as the sun.
"You're right, Brain", Pinky pleased his friend's ears.
Just then, as Pinky was about to phase through the cage, a green static shock struck him. Brain neared the cage and analyzed it.
"It seems that this cage wards off any ectoplasmic being managing to escape. In other words, you can't phase through. It blocks your powers, Pinky", Brain explained.
He then pondered for a moment. "How will I get you out?"
Suddenly, three siblings ran by, getting chased by a guard. One of the puppy children stopped in their tracks looking up at Brain.
"Uhhhh...I think you unlock it", he explained as he picked the lock open.
"That's it! Thank you Yakko", Brain said.
"No problem", Yakko answered.
"Hurry! We have to get to Baton Rouge!" his sibling called after him.
The trio of puppy children then exited, making a break for Louisiana.
Meanwhile, Pinky flew out of the cage, feeling free. He spun around and flipped midair.
Now with his confidence restored, Pinky caught Brain up to what was going on.
I travelled through the ectoplasmic realm searching for my companion. I hope that I'm not too late. As I inched deeper into the ghost zone, as Daniel and his friends called it, I came across a dead end. All there was were four doors. I had to choose the right one. When doing so, I looked around, spotting another poltergeist. He seemed to be in some sort of robotic suit.
I neared him. "Do mind pointing out which way to Vlad's lab?"
He turned around, staring at me. "Um...it's that way...", he answered, pointing near the northern region of the zone.
I thanked him and made my way to that area.
3rd Person POV:
Skulker stared at the mouse in the robotic suit.
"I wonder what he's up to...", he thought.
It wasn't long before the ghost hunter trailed Brain. Along the way, he saw the mouse stop by near the Box Ghost and Technus.
"Hey, I know you!" the Box Ghost said.
"No we don't! It was his friend that we saw!" Technus explained.
"Wait...my friend?" asked Brain.
The two ghosts nodded their heads, while Brain thought for a moment.
"If he stopped by here, then surely you know where he went", he told them.
"Yeah, he was looking for Vlad Plasmius's lab. We gave the directions", Technus replied.
"By the way, is he halfa?" asked the Box Ghost.
"Um...if you mean 'half ghost', then yes", answered Brain.
"A mouse having ghost powers!? Impossible!" exclaimed Technus.
Skulker had overheard enough. A mouse having ghost powers wasn't nearly as great as a boy having them, but he was excited nonetheless. Once Brain finished his conversation with Technus and the Box Ghost, Skulker went back to trailing him.
The two ghosts had seen this.
"How long do you give the mouse?" asked Technus.
"Two minutes, tops", replied the Box Ghost.
I neared the portal with ease. I would finally find Pinky. I tried to shake off any negative thoughts floating in my head. 'Don't worry, Brain. Pinky will be fine. You can trust him all by himself...alone...facing a dark villain...without any knowledge of how to control his ghost powers'. I screamed internally. I was worried, and knew what would happen if Pinky was alone any second longer.
I quickly dove through the portal. While doing this, I couldn't help but think that someone was watching me...
3rd Person POV:
Just as Pinky turned invisible and flew above to witness everything, Vlad and Snowball entered the room in their normal forms. Vlad was carrying a few blueprints and set them up across the counter.
"I see...and nothing can go wrong with this branched plan?" asked Snowball.
"Of course not. Now that we have young Daniel nothing can go wrong", explained Vlad, "But are you sure that we don't need the mouse?"
Snowball burst out laughing. "You're kidding me right? Pinky is nowhere near a threat compared to the Box Ghost!"
Vlad joined in on the laughter. He couldn't help but acknowledge his own stupidity of asking such a question.
Pinky, though, was not amused. He was angered at them for not calling him a threat. He was just as intimidating to them as Danny was. His eyes glowed a neon green out of this frustration, and a blue glow formed around his fists. Without even thinking, the little mouse shot out these blue beams at the evildoers. Snowball sensed this and ducked out of the way. Vlad though, wasn't paying any attention, and was instantly frozen.
"Ah, Pinky. Right on schedule", Snowball exclaimed as he transformed into his ghost half, "I give thanks to you for freezing up Vladimir. He was going to hold me back of my master plan."
Pinky wasn't listening to a word the hamster said. Instead, he continued to fire out blue beams from his hands. Snowball reacted by forming a pink window-like shield from his palms, guarding himself from the blasts.
He yawned. "Enough of this Pinky. We all know that you are here to prove yourself to Brain. That is where I shall tell you that you have made a big mistake."
When the hamster snapped his fingers, a young boy came out wearing a cheese head. As Pinky took a closer look, he noticed who the boy was.
"Danny? Is that you?" he asked.
"He can't hear you. Mind-control device. My idea, that idiot's design", Snowball explained pointing over at a frozen Vlad, "Anyway, let's not waste anymore time. Daniel, take Pinky away." Pinky gasped as the mind-controlled ghost boy neared him. He wanted to fend him off, but didn't want to harm him. Out of ideas, the tiny mouse lowered himself to ground level and transformed back into his normal form.
"Excellent. Now that I have acquired Daniel and broken Pinky's confidence, it's time to press on to greater matters", Snowball exclaimed with laughter.
3rd Person POV:
While Brain was searching for him, Pinky was lost.
"Now...which way do I go...", he pondered.
The ghostly mouse flew up to an iced door. "Maybe this is the right way".
He was wrong, for as he opened the frozen door, out came Klemper.
"Will you be my friend?" he asked.
Pinky backed away. "Um...sorry! Wrong door!"
Just as Klemper was about to storm through the door, Pinky quickly closed it shut and flew in the opposite direction. Behind him, the lonely ghost stated that he wanted a hug. The mouse felt bad, but he had to be careful of the ghost zone. It could get dangerous at any time.
As he was lost in thought, Pinky bumped into two other familiar ghosts.
"I am Technus! The master of all technology and such!" one stated.
"I am the Box Ghost! Beware!" the other said.
"Hey I know you!" Pinky flew up to meet eye to eye with him. "You're really funny! Hahaha! NARF!"
The Box Ghost was offended. "What? No! I am not funny! I am and evil ghost, here to haunt all who oppose me!"
"And boxes", Technus added.
Pinky was confused. "Excuse me, but um...why would you haunt boxes? What have they ever done to you?"
The Box Ghost was lost in memory. All he heard was laughing and people making fun of him. He yelled in terror as he flew away.
"Don't mind him. Tragic backstory", Technus explained.
"Oh, okay. Hey, would you care to point the way to an evil Dracula's portal in Wisconsin?" asked Pinky.
"You mean Vlad. His home is right over there", he pointed in the northern direction.
"Thank you, Mr. Doc Brown! Say hi to Marty for me!" the ghostly mouse told him as he flew away.
"Why do people always mistake me for the scientist from Back To The Future?" wondered Technus.
I finally found the doorway leading to Vlad's lab, thanks to Doc Brown. I phased through the portal and stayed invisible. Boy would these bad guys get a jolting surprise. I just had to wait until the time was right.