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Killing Storm: Chapter 1.2

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“So, we are in the same situation, meaning we don't have a single idea who is keeping us here.” Blue asked frustrated, cross his arms and shutting his eyes to think “damnit… what do they want with us, they kidnap us, take our memories and then act like nothing even happened?” Blue sounded annoyed, but in the end knew he had to do all he could in order to free anyone that was here. He then looked to Kevin “Could you kindly go and find any stragglers and bring them here? I feel it best if we can gather enough people in order to sit and think of a plan, at least for the start in order to get us out of here.”
As if on a whim, Kevin nodded at Blue’s request and immediately made his way from the dining hall, while Blue grabbed a stray piece of paper and a pen he had and began to make a map of all the areas he's been in, so that way they could easily map out the building and find out where might be ‘safe’ and where might be deemed to dangerous to be around. The first thing he did was mark where he had awoken, which by looks was a building designed to hold rooms for sleeping, meaning that there was enough rooms for everyone to sleep in, and that meant there were twenty five people in the building. That also meant twenty five unfortunate souls trapped in this building, forced to play whatever game the kidnapper had in mind. Thinking on that made Blue angrier, and he gripped his pen as he drew the map, he wanted to help everyone but felt so useless.
Silcia walked over to him carrying a cup of tea, placing it down next to him on the table and sighing to herself “don't strain yourself, we are all tense, but some of us need to keep a level head. I know it's scary, and I know that it's all so confusing…” She took a surprisingly long pause, before taking a deep breathe “But we have to stay calm, we must protect all involved, because these kidnappers have a direct motive, and we need to discover what that motive is. Because they kidnapped the wrong girl, I'll kill and skin alive anyone who dares come out and admit they did this.” Silcia spoke with a fierce and fiery tone of voice, showing she wasn't just a frail damsel type of person, she was deadly, and under the mask Blue could see it, the eyes of a true determined killer.
“You are right. If we give up now, they'll eat what they wish, and we can't allow this.” Blue said and stood up, taking the tea carefully. “Kevin would probably agree with you also, so I guess it's good he's out there finding whoever might be left.”

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Kevin made his way down the halls of the place they were calling a prison, looking around cautiously for anything or anyone that would help the current situation. He walked up to a brown and gold painted door and, either a breath of fear or a breath of peace, he silently pushed it open. Inside was a library, as well as two people examining them. “Huh, they have so many unique and interesting books. I wonder why the captors would go to this length just to make sure we had everything normally needed, foods entertainment and admirable living spaces. It's as if they planned this to be an organized kidnapping.” One of them, a half human, half dragon looking teen said as he examined each book thoroughly while the other person with him, a brown fox man nodded in agreement.
“Unfortunately that means they don't want ransom, because no one wanting ransom would go to such a length to keep people here. That Just means they have other plans for us, and currently I don't feel comfortable thinking of what that might be.” The fox man said and shook his head, before turning his attention towards Kevin. “Oh, I hadn't heard someone come in. You don't seem hostile and you look lost so you're obviously not with the captors.” He said walking over to him and extending a paw “The name is Chris Pearson, I don't know how we got here but I'm gonna do my best to make sure we get out of here.’ He said, shaking Kevin’s paw and nodding, getting the same response from Kevin.
The half hybrid walked over and waved “And I am Talon, no last name that I can remember. I'm a member of the Mystic Guardians, realm 13 forces.” He introduced himself as if he were a warrior in a battle, and Kevin smiled. The two new introductions showed Kevin that he could trust them enough to not have to be skeptic of them.
“I am Kevin Adams, I'm not really sure of who I am. They erased almost everything major about me and I can't seem to recall any of it.” He noted as he introduced himself “But for now we can think about it later, as of now, we are gathering everyone in the dining hall to get a good idea of everyone involved in this situation, so it would help us greatly if you'd join.’
The duo nodded and without many more words, they left the room and headed to where they were instructed. Kevin nodded and headed off the opposite direction, making his way to find whoever else was left. Kevin felt the sudden burning desire of determination. Like Blue, Kevin had the determination to protect everyone, and seeing as Chris and Talon were both obviously worried but didn’t seem scared made him even tougher in that respect. He wanted everyone to get out safe… but was that truly possible?
As he walked, there was a hooded man watching him, Kevin felt the presence but just ignored it to say it was just form being nervous.

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The story continues, with Kevin going to find out where they are. it seems there are more people to, so I wonder what this will unfold.

Cast:
Kevin: Me
Chris:
BadBoyChris
BadBoyChris

talon:
CerinWolfe87
CerinWolfe87

Blue:
BlueTheDino
BlueTheDino

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CerinWolfe87
4 months ago
Talon is here ^^
YusukeNakamura
4 months ago
Yes he is!
BadBoyChris
4 months ago
Looking good so far!
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