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Raven Wolf - Book 01 - The Wilds
Chapter Fourteen


Lumia pants heavily for breath as her running comes to a stop, she having finally found and caught up to the military convoy she had been following the last few days, the military group having suddenly started off without warning, no doubt Lumia would have lost them if not for the tread marks the soldiers and tires left behind. “Aww geeze... I was starting to think I would never catch up to them!!”

She looks back to the surveillance station, only to find that not many personal were left at it, a large amount of the people that she had seen there before gone. “Well something is certainly up, and it can’t be good if they’re following Mr. Conner. They might be attacking him.” She nervously twiddles her thumbs, there really nothing that she could think of to do right now, every type of electronic she had on her dead.

The situation was not going well, at this point there was nothing that she could do to help. She was a computer hacker, a programmer, and though formidable when it came to cyberspace it was the exact opposite when it came to the physical world, with her computers dead she was helpless. She glances back at the camp, still... if she were somehow able to stop them from tracking Teddy and the others they might be able to get away.

Lumia crosses her arms as she beings to think to herself, it couldn’t just end here like this. “I followed them all the way out here, it’s taken me days to do! I should do something I mean I’ve already put so much effort into it already.” A worried look crosses her face. “But what could I possibly do? With all of my equipment down there’s not a heck of a lot I can accomplish.” She frowns thinking harder, there had to be something despite all of this. “If dad were able to see this happening he would not be happy, and would tell me to go back home where it’s safe. Then I would probably ignore him and find a way to go do it anyway, I just gotta imagine that he’s nagging me right now and then maybe I’ll come up with something!”

Her face lights up as she reaches towards her left arm uncovering her computer, taking a memory card out of its slot and holding it up, this card holding the program she would often refer to as ‘dad.’ “That’s right, I still have dad, and even if I don’t have any power left in my equipment the military camp does.” She looks back over to the camp, it clear what she had to do now. Somehow she had to get her hands on the military’s computers.

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Dolly raises her left arm to shield her face as a military vehicle is forcefully thrown past her, the solders that followed under her that currently surrounded the military’s target now refusing to step forward, a vehicle being projected across a field like that more than enough to convince them that they didn’t want to get any closer.

Dolly steps to the side as another one of the soldiers that followed under her is thrown past her, he painfully hitting the ground and tumbling to a stop. Dolly turning from her fallen comrade and looking back to the white wolf whom stood far from them, her comrade having been thrown back all the way from this person’s position. “How the heck is he able to do this stuff?”

She looks around her the air around her cold, a number of her men and vehicles all laying crippled upon the ground, this single person having been able to take them down without much trouble at all, this of course making the remainder of her men unwilling to attack, some already turning around and running away from him.

Dolly looks back to her opponent as she begins speaking to him, she not about to back down just yet. Completing this mission after all what she had to do to get her brother back. “Magellan was right... you’re not going to be easy to deal with. No wonder he was so keen on giving this half of the job to me.” She begins to approach the masked wild, obviously her men at this point we’re all unwilling to go near him anymore, so if she had any hope of bringing him in she would have to step in and do it herself.

Shiya’s eyes move towards her, he now watching the woman that approaches him. She defiantly stood out from any other domestics he had faced, in fact she didn’t look like a domestic at all, and instead looked like a wild. This was no big surprise though, as for years the wild tribes in this area have been overtaken and forced to become domestics, or even surrendered, willingly becoming domesticated as to avoid the fighting. It was only a matter of time before wilds started showing up in the domestic military.

Shiya turns to face her, if his opponent was a wild then it might prove problematic, depending on their linage wilds were much more naturally in-tuned towards combat, as it’s was a wild’s nature to react on instinct if threatened or in battle.

Dolly’s mind begins to race as she approaches Shiya, taking this guy down was one thing, taking him in without killing him was going to be even more difficult. Obviously the scenario in which a gun was pointed at him or even fired at him did not affect him in the way one would hope, as was apparent by the amount of men that now lay wounded upon the ground.

She comes to a stop near him, watching him closely as she begins to speak to him, choosing not to act until she he left her an opening to do so. “Alright then, I guess it’s safe to say that you are not a normal everyday wild.”

Shiya grins behind the large skull that hid his face from his enemy, that apparent to anyone on any side. “I am the chieftain of Raven Wolf, the cursed tribe.”

Dolly frowns at the comment, thought that was a fact it explained nothing. “That much I was already aware of before meeting you. What I didn’t expect was this kind of strength. I’ve met various wild pack leaders before, and I have to say, none of them quiet compare to you... in both appearance and strength.”

Shiya frowns, a little annoyed by the comment. “My unimpressive height has already been brought to my attention today. No need to start up that conversation again.”

Dolly and Shiya begin to circle, they sizing the other up trying to find an opening in the other’s defence as to attack.

Dolly begins to question the wolf before her. “Well, you are rather short for a wild, normally someone of your stature would not have the strength to win the fights needed to take the position of leadership. Luckily for you, you hold some kind of strange trump card.”

She narrows her eyes, her hand now upon the hilt of a knife meant for close combat. “So... how do you do it? How do you throw my men like ragdolls? It’s not a normal ability, is it some sort of hidden contraption? A device capable of producing a devastating power that you keep hidden from your opponents, one that makes it look as if you are performing some kind of amazing task?”

Shiya chuckles at the idea, the wilds and the domestics lived in two completely different worlds, such an explanation was impossible for a member on his side. “I’m a wild, accusing me of being able to harnessing the power of the spirits because I became one with nature sounds more likely than that, though I assure you both concepts are completely wrong.”

One of Dolly’s men raises his gun and fires at Shiya when he sees that Shiya now had his back to him and his attention on Dolly, Shiya reacting quickly as he turns back towards the soldier, lifting his hand in front of him in response to the attack, the air growing freezing cold, the bullet suddenly hitting what looks like a ice crystal, digging into it and abruptly stopping it’s advance, the ice and bullet falling down harmlessly to the ground.

Dolly grabs onto the knife at her side pulling it free and dashing forward to attack as soon as Shiya’s back is towards her, Shiya turning back towards her as quickly as possible, moving just in time to meet Dolly’s attack, swinging his spear forward and stopping her blade and her advance, the two pushing their weapons against one another as they tried to overpower the other.

Shiya begins speaking to her, their bodies now inches from the other. “You know, for as long as I have been an enemy of the domestics I have never had to face a soldier like you.”

Dolly holds her ground, not allowing her opponent to overpower her. “Never see a female warrior before?”

Shiya quickly corrects his statement. “Oh, no, of course not, I mean I must admit they are uncommon among domestics, they’re everywhere among wilds, especially in this pack that use to be around called Whistling Wind, the females from there could best any male warrior from any tribe they went up against.”

He throws Dolly back, she never losing her compositor as she prepares to attack him again once another opening is found. “What I meant was that you are one of the first to approach me like this and attack me with a blade instead of a firearm. Most of the time the assumption is made that close combat would be even more useless against me than attacking me from afar with guns, which I regret to inform you, is just as useless as attacking me from faraway.”

Dolly springs forward attacking him again, Shiya meeting her attack once more their blades from their weapons clashing as they fought, Dolly questioning her opponent on what was right now happening. “If that is so then why have you not thrown me back like a toy like everyone else?”

Shiya knocks the knife from his opponent’s hand, disarming her and forcing her to back down, he now holding the blade of his spear to her throat. “I wanted to see what you looked like up close. From faraway you looked like someone I had just met, now that I am close to you I can see that you look exactly the same.”

Dolly frowns at the comment, her glare growing deeper while the strength she uses against him becomes more forceful. “I take it then that you’ve seen my brother.”

Shiya keeps his eyes fixed on her. “I suppose that I have, I was not aware though that he was a twin. I find myself becoming worried now.”

Dolly seems a little confused, she lets out a gasp as a freezing cold blast of air hits her body, causing her figure to fly back from Shiya, hitting the ground and coming painfully to a stop far from him.

Dolly gets back to her feet, she had been right in front of him and she had not seen how he had done that. There were no wires, no equipment, no anything. It was almost like he had super powers from a children’s show.

Shiya turns away from her, taking his leave and intending to return to and meet once again with the others, Dolly quickly getting to her feet and chasing after him. “Hold it!” She chases after Shiya even though she is unsure of how she could possibly stop him, Dolly speaking into a radio to her partner. “Magellan, the target slipped through my fingers, I’m perusing him as we speak. He’s fast though I don’t know if I’ll be able to keep up.”

Magellan’s chuckle can be heard through the radio. “I’m not surprised. So did you see what I meant when I said he wasn’t easy to catch?”

Dolly thinks back to when she had attacked him. “He has... some kind of strange ability... a power that knocks his opponents back from him and sends them flying. What exactly was that?”

Zack seems unsure himself. “I don’t know, but it’s what’s been keeping him from getting caught by us.”

Dolly thinks the information over. “This ability of his... is he a test subject?”

Zack laughs at the thought. “No, now you’re thinking the way a television script does. This guy’s a wild, and he’s been so for hundreds of years.”

Dolly thinking over what Zack had just said. “Hundreds of years...?”

Zack continues on with the mission objective ending his small talk. “Keep on his trail, me and my men are still trailing the rest of the group. With any luck they’ll regroup and then the two of us can take them on together, how does that sound?”

*******


Yula and Eve both jump back fearfully when a frightening figure jumps out of the long grass before them, they relaxing once more when they recognize the frightening thing to only be the large bird skull on the headdress that Shiya wore.

Iuana begins to question her father as soon as she sees him, she very concerned over him. “Father where have you been!? You can’t just take off like that what if you had been caught or hurt!?”

Shiya looks over to Iuana. “I am possibly the one you least have to worry about.”

Shiya turns away from Iuana and toward Teddy as he storms over to him and raises his voice, this person the biggest concern right now on his mind. “You did not tell me that you had a twin sister!”

Teddy holds his hands in front of him to defend himself, he not quite sure what to say to that. “I’m sorry... it’s... usually not something I include in my introduction... because well... it’s really not something that usually matters to people... I take it that you ran into my sister Dolly then?”

Shiya frowns as he turns his head back in the direction he had come from. “Yes.”

Teddy gives him a weak grin, hopping that things had not gotten too rough between them. “You didn’t hurt her did you?”

Shiya shakes his head no. “Not terribly...” He looks back to Teddy. “She’s a very impressive warrior by the way, much prettier than you too.”

Teddy seems annoyed with the comment. “Of course she’s prettier she’s a girl! And watch what you say about her that’s my sister!”

Shiya stares back at him. “Yeah, well that’s my daughter you’re drooling over and I’m not giving you a hard time about it.”

Teddy quickly tries to explain himself. “I’m not- who said that I was- you’re jumping to assumptions!”

Shiya frowns at him with a rather annoyed glare. “Am I?”

Yula speaks up interrupting this conversation as to keep it from turning into a possible fight. “Come on you guys! We’re still being chased you know!! We have to get out of here!”

Shiya looks over to Yula. “You’re awake.”

Yula frowns at the observation. “Of course I’m awake! We’re getting chased by people with guns!”

Shiya looks back to the others, Yula reminding him to get back to the situation at hand, he ignoring the perturbed look on Teddy’s face. “Despite my decision about you entering my village earlier, I believe that perhaps now would not be a good time to go back to the village.”

Teddy seems even more annoyed, that much clear to anyone. “No really? The military is only right on our tails here! Something like that should be obvious!”

Kit looks up to Shiya speaking to him. “Teddy thinks that they’re tracking us with a satellite!”

Teddy nods his head he trying to explain the situation easier. “Someone or something that one of us has, is giving them our location.” He looks to Iuana, Yula and Eve. “It has to be one of us four, though I’m not sure who. Right now that’s our priority, finding out which one of us is being tracked, after we figure that out we’ll figure out what to do.”

Eve nods her head. “The most likely candidate would be Yula, he’s an important test subject, and the military would take as many precautions as possible to prevent losing him.”

Yula seems upset with the information. “It’s my entire fault we got caught like that?”

Eve shakes her head no as she looks back to Yula. “No, it’s not your fault at all, even if you are the one being tracked there’s no way you would have known. Don’t feel bad about it alright?”

A soldier’s voice yells over at them. “Hold it right there!”

Shiya looks from the group to the soldier that had found them, lifting his hand toward him, the air looking to ripple in front of him as an invisible attack hits him, sending the soldier as well as several others that were behind him flying back from Shiya and the rest of the group.

Teddy yells back at Shiya. “How the heck do you do that!?”

Iuana grabs onto Teddy’s arm pulling him forward. “No time for questions! We have to move!”

Eve frowns to herself as she and the rest of the group began running again, despite their current situation she couldn’t help but notice how upset Shiya had been when he had found out that Teddy was a twin. It was such an odd reaction that she couldn’t help but notice it, though, no one else looked to have caught it, probably because of the right now frantic situation they were in.

*******


Lumia is now inside the camp, she keeping hidden and being careful as to not be spotted by the few people that remained at the camp. There no way she would have been able to approach this place if it weren’t for the fact they were currently attacking the group they had been tailing.

She cautiously scans the area for the computer closest to her, she spotting an unattended laptop not that far. Lumia quickly making her way over to it and hiding behind the crate it was on, reaching up and pulling it down when no one is looking, placing the memory card that held the program she called dad into it while propping it up on her lap, she now beginning to type away on it.

The familiar computerized voice begins to question her almost immediately after the card is inserted. “-Lumia... where are you...? And what are you doing...?-”

Lumia mutes the sound on the laptop as she beings to whisper. “Not now dad! I’ll explain later I just need you to upload and install file three onto the system, don’t ask why just do it!”

A window with the install information pops up, Lumia placing the laptop to the side as she now begins to follow a cord that is connected to the laptops power supply. Clearly there had to be a way that all of these things were getting their power, the military had been out here for days, so that meant that they had to have a renewable energy source.

She reaches the end finding the solar powered charger that the laptop was connected to resting on top of the canvas that was shading the computers from the sun, she yanking on the cord and pulling the solar panel off of the canvases, catching it before it hit the ground and looking over, it wasn’t that big defiantly was a size she could carry along with her and use to keep her own equipment alive and working.

Confused voices start to raise from the people right now staring at the monitors, their screens having gone blank as the computers all simultaneously shut down.

Lumia scoots back over to the laptop, unplugging the solar charger and removing her memory card, quickly turning and running away from the camp while they were all distracted.

Lumia smiles to herself, this task being easier than she had first thought it to be, she not sure why she had gotten herself so worried.

“Hey! You! Stop right there!”

Lumia panics as one of the members of the military points her out calling out to try and get her to stop, Lumia quickening her pace as she begins to run faster, the man about to give chase but stopping when he is called back by the others to try and help him with the computer problems they were right now experiencing.

*******


Zack is clearly annoyed as he yells back into the radio, this new development not a good one at all. “What do you mean the system is down!? Now is hardly the time for us to be running into technical difficulties of that kind!”

Dolly stands alongside Zack, the two groups having met up once again. “There’s no need for you to yell, it’s a radio they can hear you just fine.” She takes a map out of her equipment starting to go over it, Dolly turning to the soldiers that were with them and quickly giving them orders, they all beginning to leave in groups after receiving their instructions from her.

Zack frowns as he glances back at Dolly, he lowering his voice as she had suggested he do, the tone of it still angered though. “What exactly happened to it?”

The voice on the radio begins to explain. “Someone managed to directly connect to and hack into the system. They uploaded a virus that completely wiped the hard drives and forced the hardware to overheat.”

Zack thinks the information over. “Directly connected? That means that they had to have been right there! Do you see anyone?”

“Only a little girl.”

Zack almost chokes in disbelief at that information. “A little girl!? As in a child!? Just a little tiny girl!?”

“It wasn’t an ordinary girl, she looked very strange, didn’t look like anything I’d seen before, her skin was bare, she had no fur on her at all.”

Zack becomes slightly nervous over this information, that description sounding uncomfortably familiar to him. “No fur?” He moves his free hand to his neck as he begins to rub it absentmindedly. “There weren’t any others that looked like that were there?”

“No sir, just that one little girl.”

Dolly speaks up to get Zack’s attention they still dealing with their own situation right now. “We’re not out yet Magellan. We’re still on their trail even without the help of military equipment.”

Zack puts the radio down as he looks back to Dolly. “You’re right.” He kneels down next to her looking the map over. “Alright then what’s the plan?” He looks around him the two of them the only ones left. “You sent everyone else off, so I assume that there’s a reason for it.”

Dolly nods her head as she points out several key areas on the map. “We know that they’re in this area. We also know that with Yula, Professor Cadrey and now that boy that’s with them they’re not able to travel very far very quickly. Our soldiers are fast and can move ahead of them, if we do that we should be able to cage them in.”

Zack seems concerned. “When they’re caged they get more assertive. Once they see that running isn’t an option they’ll attack our men to escape.”

Dolly nods her head well aware of that. “Our men are just going to be herding them back toward us, and we’ll be waiting for them right here.” Her hand moves to an area on the map near them. “There’s a cliff here, we can use that to corner them, there will be less openings to escape that way, and if they do try to fight their way through they’ll have both me and you to deal with.”

Zack grins at the thought. “It’ll be three against two, that hardly sounds fair.”

Dolly looks back to Zack. “No more hesitating, holding back or fooling around. If we lose them it may be a while before our systems are up and running again, who knows how long it will take for the equipment to get back into operation, it could be a long time before we’re able to catch up to them again.”

Dolly refolds the map as she gets back to her feet, the two beginning to head toward their news appointed destination, Zack speaking up as he follows her. “So then Teddy and that wild girl will be easy enough, Teddy’s ammo supply has got to be nearly used up by now, and that girl only has a spear to defend herself. But what do we do about Raven’s Wolf’s leader? You must have noticed it when you were facing him, bullets have no effect against him and he’s able to throw our machines around like they were stuffed bears.”

Dolly nods her head, it would have been hard for her not to catch onto that. “Of course I noticed that. I also noticed though that despite this power he has, if he is faced with a living thing and not a machine he uses very little of it. I think he’s afraid of the fact that he might be able to badly hurt someone with his abilities, even if it is his enemy.”

Zack seems interested in this idea of hers, having faced the figure several times by now he could see exactly what it was that she meant “Do tell.”

Dolly continues to explain. “Raven Wolf’s leader needs a personal approach, no guns, no machines. I believe weapons can be used but realize that the situation in which they will be disarmed from you will most likely happen. If he throws you down don’t stay down, get right back up and attack him, don’t give him any leeway or he’ll use it to escape.”

Zack nods his head that simple enough to remember. “Alright, alright I got it, no leeway what so ever.”
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Raven Wolf - 01 - The Wilds - Chapter 13
Raven Wolf - 01 - The Wilds - Chapter 15
Due to human negligence the world as we know it has ended and been reborn. The animal spirits that guide man giving them the forms of animals so that they would be able to survive in this new wilderness. Though now carrying the form of beasts man has not forgotten the place they once had, as an existence greater then just what nature wanted of them, an existence above all.

Those that worked to gain their humanity are known as domestics, while those who wished to follow the rolls the spirits had given them were known as wilds. Both groups grew arrogant and hateful of one another, the wilds saw the domestics as selfish monsters, for they were returning to the ways that had once destroyed the world, while the domestics saw the wilds as primitive beings afraid of progress, they no better than wild animals.

The raven and the wolf spirits grew tired of the destruction and fighting, and sided with the wilds in their ideals, the domestics only capable of further destroying nature. In their anger they marked a tribe of wilds with a curse, they being removed from the sacred circle of life, unable to hunt or grow their own food, their souls never able to move on while their bodies are unable to return to the earth when they died. The curse upon them only broken once the domestics are gone once and for all. The cursed tribe now known to all by the name of the spirits whom cursed them. ‘Raven Wolf’

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male 682,779, female 561,642, fox 144,353, wolf 117,369, skunk 19,340, vixen 17,191, catgirl 3,281, wolves 3,094, raven wolf 329
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