Hunting in the Darkness Ch. 1Hunting in the Darkness (Chapter 1)Cold, steady rain battered the lone traveler as his black horse stomped along the dirt road that had been traveled over by so many others before him. The horse shook its head irritably, earning a reassuring pat from his rider. It had been raining the whole day, and traveling in it was less than enjoyable for the animal, but it put up with it for his master. A large crow perched on the traveler's shoulder, feathers far too damp to fly around as he normally did. A large white wolf walked next to the horse and it's passengers, panting lightly from walking all day. All were tired, but there was nowhere dry that they could stop at the moment, so on they trudged. The wolf's head suddenly jerked up as she began to sniff the air. She gave an excited yip, staring directly in front of them. The traveler squinted his eyes, just barely able to make out the outlines of a sma
Silent Massacre Ch. 13Silent Massacre (Ch. 13)Damien and Wolf waited until they heard the elevator door open before they swung around to face the inside of the elevator. They opened fire as soon as they saw it was full of armed guards. The guards never stood a chance against the two assassins, not even being able to pull off a shot because of the confined space of the elevator. The two men lowered their guns as soon as they were sure there was no one left alive in the elevator. "A clean-up crew," Wolf mused, "It seems Paine never thought she would lose to either of us."Damien grunted, placing his forearm against the nearest wall to keep himself from falling over. After fighting off all of Wolf's brothers, being shot and beaten by Paine, he could barely keep himself standing. "Now if the room could stop tilting, I would feel so much better," he grumbled.Wolf grabbed Damien and hauled him into the elevator. "Wait here Seraph,"