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What Happened? (June Moone x Reader)

Request:ย โ€œCan you do June Moone x Reader - June finding out that Enchantress hurt the reader?โ€

A/N: Iโ€™m crazy sorry how long this took, but itโ€™s hear now. Itโ€™s short, but I hope you like it!ย 

Pairings: June Moon x Reader.

Warnings: Injury.

June Moone is possibly the love of your life.

You both met when you were studying to be archaeologists. Whereas she actually goes out onto the field, you instead stay home and teach.

Originally it had been a silly school girl crush you both had until eventually it became a whole lot more. You were in love, and once you got out of school you moved in together.

Everything was bliss.

So when she returned from an average dig, you knew something was up. She hardly speaks to you and barely touches you as if sheโ€™s afraid of hurting you.

Itโ€™s lonely.

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WHOA. 

So, I dunno if anyone has pointed this out, but Alolan Meowth’s description on the pokemon website is SUPER fascinating. 

Meowth is a Pokémon that did not originally live in the Alola region. They were sent to the royal line as an offering from another region, and only a select few could have them as partners. The Meowth in Alola are distinct for their cunning and their great pride. Two things they really hate—a wound to their pride and dirt on their coins. If either one happens, they fly into hysterics! It’s said that the Meowth that were offered to the royal family lived a life of luxury and pampering, which led them to have a selfish and prideful attitude. This caused Meowth’s form to change. The once-rare Alolan Meowth became feral when the monarchy was destroyed, and they have now become regular Pokémon, seen as commonly in the Alola region as elsewhere.

May I draw attention to this part in particular…

The once-rare Alolan Meowth became feral when the monarchy was destroyed

Wait, what? A monarchy destroyed? That begs all sorts of questions. Was this recent? Was this in the distant past? And the wording, “was destroyed,” seems to imply force by an outside entity– was there a revolution? Or was it the government of another region? What replaced this monarchy? 

Remember that Alola is, very obviously, based off of Hawaii, in appearance and culture. Does this mean its history is inspired by Hawaii, too? 

If it is, that raises even more questions. Because the entity that overthrew the monarchy in real-life Hawaii was, well…

The United States. 

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—  Swings about Jay Park