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A Speechless Story Of A Traveller

Posted Mar 25, '13 at 6:12am

Rapyion

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I wonder if anyone will read this.. I wonder.
I wish for no comments or recognition. I wish for you to read the story and enjoy it, as much as I enjoyed writing this out. If you're itching to, just comment, praise me, tell me what I need to improve, whatever. I'll take it wholly.

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The night was cold. It was darker than any other nights. The wind blew stronger and stronger by the hour. Some of the trees even submitted themselves to the wind. Leaves were left on the ground. Patches of mud were formed without notice. No one wandered Klensburg. The lamps were not working. Only a few twitched with heat and light. The homes lacked people to stay. Rats rushed through the streets, striving for garbage to feast upon. Klensburg was abandoned. No one was here but one person.
A traveler came from East, the city of revolution. Rose was a girl of fifteen. She was raised by the royal family. She opposed her father who was against her travelling to the Darkness region. She snapped back at her father with anger and rebelliously left his father's office, leaving the father dazed. She packed equipment, gadgets and food, and left through the window in her room.
Rose's footsteps echoed throughout Klensburg. It was rumoured that Klensburg never experienced day, but only night. The ground was not fertile enough to grow wheat and plants. The Darkness region was dry. Clouds were scarce and rain came rarely. Even if water droplets appear from the sky, it would only last a minute.
She walked, foot by foot, cautious to her surroundings. Owls hooted and crows flapped their wings as Rose got closer to them. They shocked Rose once, but not twice.
She accidentally stepped on a puddle, but moved on without complaining. Rose was the daughter of the mayor in the city. She was energetic, ambitious and outgoing. She wanted an adventure she would never forget. After finding out about the Darkness region in her History class, she talked to her friends about it, but she was ignored. Days went by with anxiety and curiosity growing inside her. Everyone shunted her that day, but she had her maids to talk to. She was oblivious to the maids pretending to care for her, though. For the past few months, she had been searching for the Darkness region through her father's telescope, but no fruits bore. Every other week, she asked her father if she could go there, but every time she asked, he refused. With every week, she grew more courageous and rebellious with her father. The fateful day they had the argument was the day she escaped. She was wearing a brown leather shirt with brown leather pants. She wore leather boots to fit with her clothes. On her face was a mask worn over. It only allowed her to see through her right eye. But she cared less about it than her journey to and in the Darkness region.
She laid her hand on a wooden door and pushed it open. The door creaked and whined. She sneaked her head into the door of the gap and jumped. She jerked back and the door broke down. She stepped back and a beast was revealed. Concrete was flying all over the place. Dust scattered and splinters lay on the ground. A head was revealed when the dust floated down to the ground. The rest was slowly revealed. Its head had teeth sharper than any grinder in East. It had ears and a nose as black as the night.
It growled at Rose's face.

 

Posted Mar 25, '13 at 12:43pm

Rapyion

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Rose was catching her breath. She was in a room as big as a blimp that scouted the city for any danger. At times, she missed East and its wonders of technology, but the time was not now.
Rose set her gadgets down. Her backpack consisted of a grappling hook and a blast gun that is capable of shooting a spread of bullets. It needed energy in forms of solar, heat and wind, as energy is used to transform into the bullets, or so she had learned from her teacher. She took out an axe and wore a glove. The axe and the glove had a special connection. Rose had no idea how they were made together. She sneaked into her father's weaponry and saw an axe mounted on a pedestal along with a glove around the hilt. She was not aware of its history, as she was never taught that specific weapon in school. She hesitated, but changed her mind to take it. It was a month ago, but she remembered it like it was yesterday. The axe had a unique blade built into it. It curved, then turned a sharp corner away from the hilt wrapped in a material that she never knew about. The glove, on the other hand, had a button situated in the middle of the palm. When she was trying out her weapon the next day in her room, she had trouble at first, but she trained each day and got better at it. When the button was released, the axe would return to the glove like magic. When pressed, the axe may go wherever the owner wants it to go.
Rose grabbed the axe and got ready, grabbing her grappling hook in her left hand and positioning herself.
When she ran from the beast just now, which was fully in black fur, she noted the places she will have to go to. Everyone accounted her a queer person, but they could not deny her analyzing and problem-solving skills.
She definitely took her chances when she ran outside and met the beast face-to-face metres away from each other. She did not look at the beast, but the perch she wanted to reach. She aimed her grappling hook and pulled the trigger. The hook flew and grabbed onto the perch. She released and held on, and, like the hook, flew and landed. Rose did not know that this perch was the edge of a building.
The beast was already running when she was flying. The claw it swung missed her by inches, and roared at her. Rose saw it hunch back.
She ran and heard a crash behind her as the beast landed on the building. She turned back, but still running at the same direction, and threw her axe. She did not need to remember to press the button. It was her habit now. The axe twirled like a bullet and smashed the beast's nose back. Rose heard a crack and released her fingers. The axe flew back into the glove without mistakes. The beast was stunned. She smiled, but kept on running.
Too happy that she did not realize she plunged into a hole.

 

Posted Mar 26, '13 at 1:57pm

Rapyion

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Her right eye opened.
The area was dark, but somehow humid, according to Rose. She could already see a bit of this place, but it was still unknown to her. She felt the ground and picked herself up, along with her grappling hook. She tensed at the moment she remembered the beast, but relaxed a second later. Her backside felt painful, but not to a point that she could not move. The ground was rocky, rough and hard.
A cave was what she would have guessed, but she was not sure. She threw her axe like a boomerang and it came back to her without knocking anything. She relied on her axe like it was her companion. She grew more and more attached to the weapon as hours went by, training with real effort.
She kept swinging her axe and catching it back as she walked. Once, she stepped on a jagged stone and shrieked as the stone pained her foot. She kicked it sideways using the side of her boot. It hopped away swiftly.
Her axe hit something. Something hard. She thought it was a dead end, when she felt the wall and found a door knob. She was puzzled by it. The door knob was wet with the humidity in this supposed cave. She turned it and pushed it open.
She heard a moan beyond the door. She could see a figure, but that was all. She stepped back, to be safe. As she stepped backwards, the moan got louder until it was qualified as a shout. Experimentally, she went forward. The shout turned into the same moan, softer and softer. The figure, whom she determined was a male teenager, could see her from outside. She wondered how. She changed her mind, risking her own safety for her curiosity. She stepped forward once again and opened the door. The figure stood in front of her, inches apart. She was right about her determination. He was about the same height as Rose and he did not look frail or weak at all. In fact, he looked healthy. But she could not see his face.
That was all she could identify when he grabbed her with open arms, catching her off guard. He pulled her whole body to his and they went behind the door. He kicked the door shut.
Rose was outraged when he did that, when the black beast came crashing into the supposed cave, which, revealed by the moonlight, was actually just a room with rocky surfaces. Rose's right eye looked at the boy. His face looked so innocent and Rose felt both thankful and sorry for him. He had a look that Rose found attractive, but she had no time to fall in love. The beast was outside.
She got up immediately and pulled the boy up to his feet. Her right eye, which was adjusted to the darkness now, saw a small trail ahead. She took the boy's hand and moved, with the boy stumbling almost every step. The beast crashed through the wall and roared. It boomed throughout the mysterious room as Rose got her axe ready. She lifted her axe, but the boy pushed her arm down. She did not protest, though. The boy lifted his arm instead and let a light pulse from his palm. A mysterious force pushed the beast back a few metres. It staggered backwards, then fell to the ground.
Then there was a roar of pain as the jagged stone Rose stumbled upon earlier pierced through the skin of the beast.
Rose smiled underneath her mask and began to trust this boy. They went around a corner and hid in a small and perfect hiding spot. She asked for his name in East language. Surprisingly, he understood.
His name was Kogh. He was from East as well, but he was made a clone for experiments. He was required to take an extreme amount of pills unknown to him. Then, scientists would experiment on his health, but mostly on his performance in fighting. The pills he took granted him a certain power. It was a successful experiment. But that was just one they had done. They had a lot more experiments in queue for him. Clones did not have emotions. But the power he obtained also granted a conscious. Emotions. And most importantly, the will to be free.
Rose had heard of cloning, but that was just a rumour. She had not known that was true. Maybe her father had been keeping some secrets from her. Or that he did not even know himself. She asked more, like how he escaped and what his powers do. He smiled sadly and shook his head. The memories hurt him, especially the moment he found out he was just going to be used as a weapon. Rose nodded her head slowly and apologetically, understanding how he felt.
The time passed for a few hours. They started to sweat a few minutes later. They had not heard the beast for quite some time.
Rose thought it was dead. But Kogh had a suspicion that the beast was still here, but injured. Rose took out her blast gun and flicked the safety switch off. She was confident, but Kogh was cautious.
Kogh was reluctant, but he nodded to Rose, and they started off.

 

Posted Mar 29, '13 at 4:43am

Rapyion

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The monster was out there, somewhere. Rose was practically running around in the maze of a room, with zigzag paths and sharp turns. Kogh was trying to sense the beast as he walked through a path. Finding it was tedious. The beast was suddenly silent this time, maybe because it was hurt, but Rose was getting bored by the second. Kogh was still cautious and his eyes were wide open, to the point of madness. His eyes were constantly moving left and right, even if he was looking at walls of concrete.
Rose heard a pebble being kicked away. She quickly positioned her blast gun at the source of the sound. Sweat trickled down her face as she prepared for the beast to jump out of the corner. But it was just a rat that jumped out of the corner. Rose loosened her shoulder at that moment, letting her blast gun hang loose from her fingers.
She heard another sound, but something different, like the ground being clawed onto. She turned around and saw the beast already in the air, lunging at her. She grinned mischievously as she took her blast gun up. She ran towards the beast, then lowered herself into a roll, moving under the beast as it crashed onto the dirt. She got up as quick as possible and pulled her trigger. The energy shots were fired and they traveled towards the beast. Its cranium was pierced, over and over, from the spread of the energy shots. Kogh appeared behind the beast and sent an invisible force. Something thin and long. Rose saw a hole appear on its abdomen as it fell to the ground, yielding.
Rose smiled at Kogh and he returned it. The beast had tender meat in it. Plus, they could use the fur for coats. She immediately took our her glove with the axe and kept away her blast gun. She walked casually towards the beast and was ready to swing her axe. The beast opened its jaws and ripped Rose's foot off. Then the beast fell and died, finally.
She shrieked as the blood spilled from her ankle and the boot, along with the foot, were eaten. She dropped to the ground on her backside and threw her axe towards its face. Its sharp teeth were broken into pieces enough to scratch its tongue until it bled.
Kogh ran over to help out, using the force to stop her leg from bleeding. He took off his T-shirt and tore a part of it. He used it as a temporary bandage until he found a new one. The blood slowly spread throughout the cloth, turning it blood red. Kogh took Rose out of the area and hid in the same hiding spot. The shirt soaked too much blood that the path they went through had a trail of red.
Without permission, Kogh went through her backpack and found a grappling hook. He nodded, then carried her on his back. He went back to where he moaned and noticed the crashed wall. He struggled, but managed until he saw a hole that allowed some light in. With one arm holding Rose and the other holding the grappling hook, he fired, but the first attempt was a failure. He almost had it by the third attempt. The fourth attempt was successful, the hook stabbing into the concrete ceiling outside. He did not know how to make the rope retract, so he threw the gun of the grappling hook into the hole and pushed himself forward with force and reached the hole. His right hand grabbed into the edge. He pulled himself up, glad that the hole was big enough for both of them.
With the remains of his shirt, he blanketed her with the shirt and laid on the concrete, sighing with relief. Now, it is only a matter of time until he found something else to recover her foot. Maybe with a mechanical foot. The Darkness region was never known for technology. It was a region of death, darkness and corruption. The beast was one of the monsters of corruption, but he realised that it was the simplest monster of all. There were more than monsters of corruption. There were monsters of death and darkness. He shuddered at the thought and promised Rose out loud, even though she fainted, that he would be strong enough to keep both of them alive, provided Rose does the same. He laughed at the second part of the promise, even though it was serious.
He stood guard and looked out for anything in the bright moonlight.

 

Posted Apr 5, '13 at 2:03pm

Rapyion

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Kogh sat on the concrete edge of the roof. His legs were swaying around in a lazy movement. He was swaying with his legs, but in different directions. The cool breeze touched his bare chest and it felt soothing to him. Back then, when Kogh did not wield the mysterious power, he was mindless and without any thoughts. He was like a baby, or even less intelligible. He was a clone, after all. His memories could not go further into that detail of being created. Things he could remember, like when he took his first experimental pill or withstanding a block of metal slamming into him, were vague. But he knew that a sliver of power from the pills entered his brains and activated it.
His back and head jerked up as he heard someone moan. It was Rose's voice. He turned his head and went to her while inspecting her body. Rose still had her foot missing and most of the blood dried up in the torn cloth. He saw Rose open her eyes, then closed. He quickly walked over to her face and scrutinised it. Nothing was wrong. But she woke up too early to be able to recover from the pain she had experienced. It was only a few minutes ago.
There was a sharp cry coming from one of the buildings. Kogh was not sure. But he was sure that the sharp cry woke up Rose. She got up like lightning and realised her foot was torn off by the black beast. Kogh looked at her foot and he blasted himself off the ceiling to another building without telling her anything.
Rose called him back, but he was too far away to be able to hear her. He was already a few blocks away. She laid back on the hard ceiling. She sighed and wondered why she chose Klensburg instead of another unnamed town.
There was another sharp cry, but it was louder and nearer. Rose got up again and looked around for her backpack. It was used as a pillow for her. She smiled and searched the backpack for the blast gun. She flicked the safety switch off and turned her head back and front. There was no sign of any monsters of corruption yet. Cold sweat trickled down her face as she brought her weapon back and forth. There was no sign of Kogh either.
Then she thought the monster had gotten Kogh. She started freaking out and knelt on both knees. She convinced herself that she needed to get out of here as soon as possible. She grabbed her backpack, dropped her blast gun on the floor and wrestled her backpack for the grappling hook.
There was the third sharp cry and it came much nearer this time. Her spine jerked up and her hands reached for the blast gun. She turned around and saw a monster of six limbs. On its back, it had a scorpion-like tail, with a sharp edge at the end of it. Its mouth was coloured in blood and its eyes were pure white.
It rushed towards Rose like a ghost and was about to stab its tail into Rose when she pulled the trigger on the blast gun. The energy pellets went flying and they knocked the monster back a few feet. She saw blue liquid dripping from the monster. It let out the same cry and thrust its tail at Rose.
Rose took aim and fired. Some of the pellets missed and they traveled to the night sky. But some of them pierced through and pushed the tail back as if Kogh pushed at the air with his power, even though the effect was not full. The monster stagger backwards awkwardly. It suddenly shed its skin and its skin inside was blue, even the tail. It then charged, its pacing limbs padding against the floor. She shot her blast gun at the monster again, but this time, it felt nothing, like it had super armour. She cast her second shot, but it still could not work.
Rose took a deep breath. She should have listened to her father. She puffed out a tone of happiness and sadness infused together. She closed her eyes shut and braced for impact. But she could only heard the monster whine and screech again. Then, an impact on the ceiling that caused a gigantic hole. It went crashing into the cave Rose went into.
It was Kogh who sent a wave of force to the monster's side. Rose opened her eyes and saw Kogh in front of her. She was not surprised; she was smiling with tears rolling down her cheeks. She wrapped her arms around Kogh and stayed this way for a long time.

 

Posted Apr 10, '13 at 6:56am

Rapyion

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Her mask was wet with tears. It laid on the floor, swinging back and forth due to its curved shape. Rose took a look at her blast gun while Kogh prepared for sleep. Rose was taking first watch, so she would blame herself if she did not prepare well. In five minutes, Kogh was already asleep, confirmed by Rose when he was snoring.
Her face shone in the moonlight. Her eyes were gorgeous to the average man. Her face was shapely and her lips in the right shape and size. But when you looked at her, she would look deadly and dangerous, even with her long black hair complimenting her face. She wore a mask to hide her face, and because she did not want to get anyone to fall for her. It was surprising that no one in school fell for her. Maybe they were not confident enough. It did not matter. She was now in the Darkness region, a place of adventure, exploration and danger.
She searched her backpack for her journal. The journal was where she wrote everything that had happened down in that book. It had been two weeks since her disappearance from East. She took out an ink pen to write her thoughts down.
Hours went by without any sound. Rose's eyes were already starting to droop. Luckily, Kogh woke up before Rose dozed off.
She had a dream. She was falling in darkness. She had nothing on her. Her backpack was missing, Kogh was missing. Then, she landed on a certain type of floor without feeling anything. In front of her, she saw a light. Instinctively, she went for the light, but it kept distancing itself from her. She started to cry for the light to come back, but it refused and kept going.
When she opened her eyes and jerked up, her face was one centimetre close from Kogh's face. Kogh felt Rose's sweet breathe and moved away as quickly as possible. She was blushing, but her face signified terror and horror.
When Kogh was curious about what happened, Rose explained the dream to Kogh. He nodded and advised her to try and sleep. Kogh went back to his post, flying with his power.
Rose woke up, dreamless when she slept. She was glad for that. But she realised something. It was not the moon she saw, but the glaring sun. It was shining so brightly that Rose had to squint her eyes until she got used to it. She had researched the phenomena of the Darkness region. It had never experienced daylight. But now it did. She shouted for Kogh but she could see no sign of him.
She heard a scream. A boy's scream, from below. She slowly got up, but hurriedly, on her arms and dragged herself off the edge and saw Kogh wrestling with something invisible. She shouted a warning and brought her blast gun. She aimed at the air next to Kogh and fired. The energy pellets streamed past the air into nothing. But blood was visible.
Kogh let out a shape of stranglers with his power and strained the invisible unknown creature.
Rose fell backwards and laid there for a moment. Kogh pushed the creature away and sent a fatal blow by forming a blade and cutting it in half. Blood flushed out and droplets landed on Koghâs face, so he wiped them off with the back of his hand.
He used his force to boost himself up to the roof. Rose was lying on the ground with her journal, thinking. She turned the journal to the back and he saw diagrams, words too small for him at this distance and two gigantic letters at each page, one saying âFâ and the other saying âSâ.
She wrote down some notes into the journal, focusing on the daylight theory in the Darkness region.
She thought about how the sun rose in the Darkness region. It was against all laws of science. But it happened. The sunlight was too glaring for Rose to even look at its rays. It slowly touched the whole city like an army marching into war. That was something Rose did not see in a long time.
Since she could not solve the law-breaking phenomenon, she decided to test things out. She brought her hammer and glove out and shone both of them at the sunlight. Unexpectedly, the blade's colour changed from normal silver to elegant purple. She instinctively threw it away from her but realised it was futile. Though, she discovered something when the axe's blade hit a concrete wall. Purple liquid formed on the impact and started melting a concrete chunk. It fell off to the ground and ate a bit of dirt along the way.
She recoiled as she caught the axe at the handle. She turned around to her backpack and pulled her blast gun out. She was eager, doing everything quickly before the sun disappeared, seizing the chance. When she presented her blast gun, nothing happened. She was disappointed for some reason. She put her blast gun back, but Kogh reached his hand out and force pulled her blast gun and it flew towards Kogh. He apologised and aimed at the same spot where the concrete chunk was eaten away and shot. The pellets became purple, but only Rose saw the purple projectiles hit the wall. They ate away at the hard wall at the same speed as the axe.
She came to her conclusion. It was either this star that was shining so brightly was fake or that her weapons contained some secret material she was not told of. And she was pretty sure the star was not false.

 

Posted Apr 10, '13 at 7:02am

HahiHa

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Knight

Wow.. it's sure a lot to read. You like to write. I may read it later, right now I just wanted to comment on the title: "speechless" is to be used for persons for example, not stories or objects; better use "breathtaking", for example.

 

Posted Apr 12, '13 at 12:03pm

Rapyion

Rapyion

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"speechless" is to be used for persons for example, not stories or objects; better use "breathtaking", for example.


I meant for the story to be without speech. Hence, 'A Speechless Story Of A Traveller'. I was also aware that speechless also means what you meant, but 'speechless' was meant to be taken literally.

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The moon came back up after a few hours. For the whole time that the sun was out, Kogh was searching something to replace Rose's lost foot. It was definitely rare to come across something perfectly fit besides rocks. He went off since the discovery of acid bullets and Acid Boomaxe, which were named by Rose. He shook his head as he thought of the names. They were silly to him, but he had no oppositions.
He was in the air, gliding down along the air towards another building in Klensburg. When he landed, he looked up and saw a mighty tower standing proud at the horizon. But he saw the walls of Klensburg. He told himself he could not leave the town without Rose, but he needed to scavenge more. Food was one problem but finding a foot replacement was another one, a huge one at that. Their mobility was important. He had experienced much more than Rose in this town. He had encountered beasts as fast as a rocket being launched back in East's secret laboratory.
He noted the tower and turned back. Instantly, he was face-to-face with a long-headed beast with no features on its face but teeth. His eyes widened and he jerked back, but the monster headbutted him in the chest. He was sent back flying off the building and plummeting down between two buildings. Panicking was not going to help him. He recovered his thoughts quickly and sent force against gravity, almost resetting the momentum he hoarded. He landed on the ground with no injuries. He looked up and saw the monster's bulk body dropped like an enormous slab of meat.
He made a start and rushed off, away from it. Dust flew as the monster landed on the ground in one piece. It regained its posture and charged towards Kogh. He was running as fast as possible, but he stopped. He had been hit by a few tonnes of metal before. He was confident that he could survive this mass of dark meat. The monster moved like a bull and slammed into Kogh like a ragdoll. It sent him crashing into a wall, the building crumbling under him. He jerked his arm forwards and the falling debris was blasted off into the sky. He stood up, unhurt. There were no signs of bruises or cuts anywhere.
Kogh heard Rose shout out. His mind went panicking. He was up against a monster of corruption, but he still needed to protect Rose from a potential creature.
He cursed at the air and launched himself up in the air. He looked around and found a small figure lying on the ground, holding another item and aiming it at another figure, but bigger and more grotesque.
When he started to fall, he pushed behind him and force himself forwards towards the dark figures. Even thought it was night, Kogh could make out Rose already firing her blast gun at a identical beast. As he glided through the air, he flinched and his eyes widened. The monster had split itself into two before attacking both of us. Kogh applauded the monster for its strategy, but not enough that the plan will defeat both of them.
He sent an oppressive force that made it fall on its side. He saw Rose moving backwards as quickly as possible, hurting her elbows if she had to. Kogh landed onto the ceiling, sliding with his smooth and worn-out boots. He looked to his back and saw the previous one in the air, screeching with its enormous vocal cords.
He told Rose to sustain herself for a while as he went off towards the monster in the air. He spun himself with force and sent a whirling pattern of force, specifically aiming for both of the monsters and not Rose. It hit them like a rotating blade spun by a super-powered motor.
It shred them into pieces. Blue blood spread everywhere, even the ceiling and Rose. She flinched and cried out, but only for a moment.
Kogh was still spinning in the air, no dizziness affecting him whatsoever. He smiled while rotating and gliding as the monsters died away. Rose noticed his white teeth and laughed along with him throughout the night.
 

Posted Apr 17, '13 at 6:17am

Rapyion

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There was a legend that a scientist also travelled to the Darkness region without the guards noticing he left. He worked thousands of experiments all night and made theories more than Kogh and Rose could count. Though, he was dead for a long time already. It was almost a century ago when he went rogue. Some in East said he worked in an underground laboratory and some claimed he was a nomad.
Kogh found out the two rumours were wrong. The scientist was living in a rather broken down house he built using monsters' skin. The house was quite tough, and could probably withstand a wind blast from a generator in East, which Kogh assured that it was super strong.
Kogh's hair was blown by the wind. It was a place of dirt, sand and clay. They left Klensburg in search for a foot replacement.
Kogh carried Rose because he thought that ceiling was already very dangerous, but Rose could not move. So, he volunteered to carry Rose and move to another place, even though monsters went everywhere in this region.
He put her down in front of the worn out house. It was still night, but Rose had gotten used to it pretty quickly. She took out her blast gun from her backpack and set her position here, notifying Kogh if any monsters roamed around in this area. Kogh nodded at her before he went inside.
It was a place of experiment and torture. The room was hexagonal. Blood was basically the colour of the walls in this room. Animals, apparently from East, were disemboweled for experimental purposes. Bloody tables were spread everywhere that the room looked like a mess, even though it already was. There was a wooden door on the side of the hexagonal room.
Kogh splayed his fingers and sensed for life. Nothing but flies and maggots. He prepared for an ambush, charging his power in his pair of palms and went towards the door, slightly tilting his shoes so no noise produced. He put his left ear and listened. There were no sound either. He reached for the doorknob and twisted it. It creaked with complaints and it was pushed against. Kogh looked at the space he allowed open. There was a hand dangling loose from its body and a leg in half a pair of jeans.
He narrowed his eyes in suspicion and slammed at the door. It opened at a fast speed as Kogh aimed around the room. No one was here, but a decaying body surrounded by flies.
The room was, once again, bloody. But it seemed like the dead body caused this gore. The body was sitting on a wooden chair. That was all the room had.
Somehow, even after all the torture he went through, he was not disgusted by this particular violence and gore.
He shrugged and turned around. He thought of an idea and went to one of the animals, one that was a goat. He shifted his invisible force into an invisible blade. He sawed one of the goat's feet and found it clean. He supposed that the goat's blood has been used for the walls. He cleaned it up with his pants, flicking a little blood off and wiping it on his pants, even though it was dumb.
Rose shouted a girl's shout. Kogh jerked his head towards the sound and rushed. He pushed the entrance door open with his forearms and saw a flying beast with jagged teeth. It was a shape of a bee. Its wings flapped at a supersonic speed, invisible to the naked eye, and the creature was growling at both of them.
Rose aimed her blast gun at the monster and fired. Instead of the pellets piercing through, they did nothing. They could not shred past the super armor that it had.
An instant after she fired, Kogh sent a wave of force and the bee creature was flung away. He flew and chased it, but found out that hundreds of bee creatures were here to ambush them.
He cursed.

 

Posted Apr 22, '13 at 8:41am

Goldfish13

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Wow, nice. Enjoying what I've read so far - you evoke action really well!

May I suggest organising your story into chapters? The sheer amount of words does get a little intimidating sometimes. Otherwise, keep on writing, liking it. :)

 
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