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Raven Wolf - 02 - The Oracle - Chapter 03

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Chapter Three

Yula lets out a long yawn while stretching his body out, the uninterrupted sleep he had managed to get on Luka’s sofa something he most defiantly needed. He stops for a moment, there a strange sensation that made Yula feel like someone was watching him, Yula turning his head to the side to find Eve staring at him no more than three inches from his face, Yula screaming in surprise as he jumps back from her, falling over the back of the sofa and hitting the floor.

Teddy walks up to Yula stopping next to his fallen form and looking down at him. “Are.... you alright...?”

Yula nods his head as he sits back up. “Yeah I’m ok.” He gets back to his feet leaning over the side of the sofa and staring back at Eve with a genuinely hurt expression. “Why did you scare me like that?!”

Eve frowns at him. “It was completely unintentional on my part!” She leans closer to his face continuing to stare at him with her fixed gaze.”

Yula’s ears fall back against his head as he begins to slink back from her. “Did... I do something wrong?”

Eve continues to stare at him. “You just woke up didn’t you? You’re dream! What was your dream about?! Come on it’s the same question I used to ask you all the time before, ‘Did you have any strange dreams?”

Yula tilts his head to the side. “Strange dreams? No I can’t say I’ve had any strange dreams...? Not even a dream at all... just the same one I always get, of mom dying.”

Eve sighs to herself. “So it didn’t work after all. I should have known better then to actually think that you might be capable of having a vision.”

Shiya speaks up as he walks into the room. “A vision will not present itself every time an oracle goes to sleep.”

Eve turns back to him. “Well then how often do they get them!?”

Shiya back to Eve as he begins to explain. “It’s different from each Oracle. Some Oracles could get them days apart from each other, some years apart, while some Oracles will see only one vision in their entire lifetime.”

Eve frowns at Shiya’s response. “Right... and the Oracle can sleep whenever they want for as long as they want and no one is allowed to wake them up? Sounds like nothing more than an over the top excuse to be lazy and do nothing but sleep all day.” She lets out a disappointed sigh, it quiet possibly nothing more than that. “Ingenious, pretend to see something in a dream and get away with being as sloth like as you want.”

Yula frowns not thinking it to be like that at all. “I didn’t pretend to see anything, I really saw all that in a dream! Right Teddy?”

He looks over to Teddy pleading for a response to back him up, Teddy sighing as he looks over to Eve. “If Yula said he saw all that in a dream than I don’t doubt that he saw it all in a dream.”

Yula’s black fluffy tail begins to wag back and forth happily. “See?” He looks back to Eve with a frown. “Besides, who would want to sleep all day long? That would be so boring... and I know boring what with being locked up on a room for as long as I can remember.”

Shiya looks over to Yula speaking up to get his attention. “Yula... regarding the visions you see...” He glances over towards Eve knowing she might possibly not like what he was going to say. “If you do happen to see anything in a dream, do not speak of it to anyone but me.”

Eve reacts just as Shiya had predicted she would. “Excuse me!? You can’t do that! Yula is my project you can’t take him from me! Just who do you think you are!?”

Shiya stares at Eve slightly tilting his head to the side while answering her question. “Chieftain of my people and father of Yula?”

Iuana angrily looks over to her father placing her hands on her hips and raising her voice to him. “Father! That’s a grounded fact on your position in this mater! Don’t state it like it’s a question and you are unsure of its relevance!”

Eve falls silent, that very much in fact capable of overriding her authority on the subject. “You have a point... but you can’t just do that to me! I’ve been on this project for five years! Five years!! Do you know how much work time and effort that entails!?” She fumes to herself, despite that it still wasn’t fair, it was her job to hear out and discus Yula’s dreams with him, and now that there was a possibility of that happening she wouldn’t be allowed to-

Eve stops thinking for a moment to remind herself that she thought that Yula was lying about the whole dream thing and actually didn’t have dreams of the future, who cares if she could no longer hear what Yula had to say, it’s not like she ever believed he could do it for a moment. She frowns, straightening her composure and frowning at Shiya. “I mean... go ahead, do what you want. What do I care about it?” She grinds her teeth, upset about the situation despite what she was saying.

Teddy places his hand on Yula’s shoulder taking him out of the conversation. “Come on, it’s your turn to get checked over by Luka, everyone’s already got checked out by him while you were sleeping.”

Yula frowns as he looks over to Luka who is right now cleaning up after Ophelia, his niece napping soundly on a comfy looking chair near him. “It’s not going to hurt is it?”

Teddy shakes his head no. “Not in the slightest. Now go and get it over with.”

Teddy watches as Yula reluctantly mopes toward Luka, he not looking forward to this, he looking back to Eve to see her flop down on the sofa, crossing her legs and arms in a disgruntled manner.

Shiya lets out a relived sigh as he claps his hands together. “Well then! Now that that is all settled, I’ll just be on my way.”

Iuana frowns quickly turning in her father’s direction. “Just where do you think you’re going?”

Shiya comes to a stop as he nervously looks back toward his daughter. “Out of the house for a little bit...” Iuana’s frown grows deeper, Shiya trying to explain. “It’s nothing against you or anyone else here. You have to understand, I’ve been cooped up in this house for hours, and I need to send word to A-”

Iuana shakes her head. “Father it’s dangerous in this town! You can’t just so casually do as you please.”

Shiya doesn’t look to believe her. “There’s nothing dangerous at all about this place, you’re much too uptight Iuana, you need to relax.”

Iuana doesn’t change her mind. “You’re not leaving! And that’s the end of it!”

Shiya tries to convince Iuana otherwise. “It’s really not dangerous at all-”

Iuana turns away from her father and back to Teddy for a moment. “Teddy, you’re a guard dog aren’t you?”

Teddy frowns at the term that Iuana had used. “Security guard... actually... I’m called a security guard.”

Iuana points over toward her father. “Watch him and make sure he doesn’t leave this house! If he tries then take him down!”

Shiya sighs this pointless. “Honestly Iuana, you’re worrying over nothing.”

*******


Zack lets out a sigh as he looks over his surroundings, the very small and insignificant town they were in as dull and small as towns could get. “And I though being stuck inside that truck doing surveillance was boring... this place makes surveillance look like a riot!”

Dolly looks over to Zack. “Come on now it’s not that bad, and we won’t be here long. All we need to do is contact headquarters and wait for them to resupply our broken equipment. After that we can go back to doing our exciting surveillance.”

Zack groans at the reminder. “Ooooh I’m just so ecstatic at the thought...” He winces for a moment bringing his hand to the side of his head and rubbing the spot where Teddy had hit him by throwing the empty gun at him, the area still throbbing every now again.

Dolly looks back to Zack, he having been paying a lot of attention to that spot. “That still bothering you?”

Zack frowns as he turns back to her. “I swear the next time I see your brother I am going to hit him hard enough to give him a concussion! I’m still having trouble overlooking him shooting at me in the first place! Not to mention how many times he shot at me trying to get out of the city.”

Dolly looks back to Zack, something about that having been concerning her for a while now. “You know you were dodging every bullet he tried to hit you with, how the heck were you able to do something like that?”

Zack looks back to her as he tries to explain. “I actually do it more on instinct than on purpose, I don’t even have to think about it my body just moves, which can actually be annoying when I’m in the middle of something, though good I guess cause it keeps me from getting hit.” Zack holds his hand up to his ear. “I was trained to react in that way to two things. The sound of a gun being fired and the sound the bullet makes when going through the air.”

Dolly shakes her head, she having never had to endure training of that sort. “Just what kind of training did they put you through? I know you’re a transfer but I didn’t expect the military training to be so different from facility to facility.”

Zack changes the topic getting back to the task at hand, there no way Dolly would believe him even if he could tell her. “Let’s just find a public phone so that we can contact headquarters and get back to work.”

Dolly nods her head, that of course important and their top priority. “Right...”

Zack continues he quiet annoyed with their current situation. “There’s no telling which way those wilds went or how far they are from us by now. Teddy’s probably figured out that they’re being tracked and informed the rest of them. So they’re more than likely not going to head back to the village. If we’re lucky Raven Wolf’s leader will still be with them, and if not all this trailing would have been for nothing.”

Dolly sighs giving a nod of her head she aware of their position in this situation. “At the very least we’ll be able to catch and bring subject 1502, Teddy and Eve back. From the looks of it Teddy has been taking good care of all of them.”

Zack looks back to her. “Hopefully once the pretty little wild he follows around is out of the picture he’ll be more reasonable with us. He still seemed rather unsure of what he was doing the last time that we saw him.”

Dolly seems upset with the reminder, although she wanted to get him back doing so would mean for him to face the consequences of his decision, his refusal to return quietly and instead retaliating against her and Zack on now two occasions not making his situation look good.

*******


Ophelia stands in Luca’s doorway while Mrs. Mecree drops off the food she had promised Shiya and his companions while they were at Luca’s house, Kit excitedly rummaging through the basket of goodies while Ophelia thanks the woman for her kindness.

Mrs. Mecree is about to turn around and leave but stops when she remembers something. “Oh that’s right! Tell Shiya that he should be careful, people are saying that there’re some military officers here.”

Ophelia smiles at her. “Ok! I’ll tell him!!” She waves goodbye to her before closing the door.

Shiya sits bored on the sofa in the living room watching the channel that Kit and Ophelia had left it on, toy commercials currently running.

Kit runs over to Shiya hopping up and sitting next to him on the sofa with the basket of baked goods already stuffing his face, while Ophelia runs up to Shiya calling out to get his attention. “Shiya I’m supposed to tell you something.”

Shiya looks over to Ophelia. “What is it?”

Ophelia is about to speak up when a familiar jungle from the opening of a children’s show fills the air, Ophelia quickly turning away from Shiya and gluing her eyes to the TV, her most favourite program now own. “It’s finally on!! I’ve been waiting all day!!” She excitedly jumps onto the sofa staring intently at the TV.

Kit grins pointing to the TV as he begins speaking to Shiya with his mouth full, it impossible to make out what he was trying to say.

Shiya glances over to Kit. “If you swallow your food before you start talking you’ll get rid of that muffling effect you’ve got going on right now.”

Kit swallows his food, speaking up while continuing to point towards the TV. “It’s Shera! Pegasus of Power!! Remember that show I keep telling you about?”

Shiya looks toward the TV while Kit begins to explain. “Everyone knows her as the mild mannered horse princess Aurora, but when trouble strikes she uses her sword of power to transform into the strongest woman in the whole universe!! Shera! Pegasus of Power! She gets a horn on her head and big rainbow wings on her back! And she’s so strong that she can fight robots all by herself.”

Shiya turns back towards Kit. “She sounds pretty incredible.”

Ophelia chimes in while keeping her eyes on the TV. “Oh she is!! She’s pretty and strong and a princess!! And her name sounds like yours Shiya!”

Iuana give an annoyed grunt toward the comment.

Shiya looks back to Ophelia. “So what did you want to tell me?”

Ophelia squeals in excitement as she watches the TV, the opening song having finished with the episode now beginning. Shiya sighing as he looks from her and towards the TV. “Doesn’t look like she’ll be able to tell me anything until her show is done.” He looks back to the TV watching the program with Kit and Ophelia.

Teddy, Iuana and Eve all sit in the dining room across from the living room, Teddy and Iuana staring at Shiya across the hall while Eve silently makes mental notes to herself concerning their situation.

Teddy looks away from Shiya and over to Iuana, she looking a little annoyed with the situation. “What’s wrong, you seem upset.”

Eve chimes in, she too curious on Iuana’s mood. “You’re not still annoyed about Kit pronouncing Shiya’s name as Shera are you?”

Iuana shakes her head, that not it at all. “No. I just...” She sighs looking back towards her dad. “I just don’t know what do with him sometimes.” She begins to explain to Teddy and Eve, as much as she adored her father there was one thing that bothered her about him. “He just... doesn’t act like a leader should... it’s a big concern among our people, a lot of members within the pack don’t think that he should be a leader. I mean just look at him, he’s so casual, gentle and indifferent about anything.”

Eve lets out a long sight, she defiantly seeing the issue. “You’re right, when looking at him you can’t help but think that he’s hardly alpha material, if anything he would be an omega, at the very bottom of the pack.”

Iuana nods her head, many people unable to it see him as a leader either. “I try my best to get him to act like a leader should, but for the most part he doesn’t listen to me. If he weren’t so formidable in battle with those strange abilities of his someone else in the pack would have without a doubt overtaken him.”

Teddy looks back to Iuana, he defiantly understanding what it was that Iuana was concerned about, even he noticed it, Shiya didn’t act in the way a chieftain should at all. He just didn’t have that air of dominance around him that one should have in that position. “How exactly did your father end up as the leader anyway? I mean he can fight sure, but his attitude is so docile.”

Iuana looks back over to Shiya, he father now absorbed in the TV program along with the Kit and Ophelia. “He was different when mom was around. When her and father took up the position as our leaders he was as though as nails, yet still fair, they both were. He was always so careful to follow tradition, always afraid that he might do something wrong and make a fool of himself, mom was always having to reassure him that he was doing just fine.” She lowers her gaze to the surface of the table, her father no longer like that. “When the Raven and Wolf spirit cursed our tribe that’s when he started to change... though he was a warrior he was not a murderer, and would not allow him or any of the members of his pack to become so to appease the spirits will, not being able to free his people from the curse took a huge toll on both him and my mother. They both lost the vigour they had once had when first becoming our leaders.”

Iuana continues to explain, her father’s decline not ending there. “It was after my two brothers and mom died that he started acting like this... not caring about rules and tradition he use to worry about and follow and instead going about life so casually... it’s as if he doesn’t even try anymore...”

Eve speaks up something within what Iuana had explained catching her attention. “You said he was very careful about tradition, that he might do something wrong. Usually one doesn’t have to think very hard about tradition. If it’s something you’ve been raised around it’s usually something that comes normally right?”

Iuana looks over to Eve. “I really don’t know much about that... I was only a child back then, all I can remember was that father was very awkward around traditions and ceremonies, but would always try his best regardless. I can’t confirm it for certain but Elder Chogan used to say father came to the pack from a land very far away.”

Eve nods her head having guessed as much about Shiya by now. “The frozen tundra right?”

Iuana shrugs her shoulders. “I don’t know anything about that... you would have to ask father... or once we reach the village you can ask one of the elders. Perhaps one of them would know.”

Shiya lifts himself off of the sofa getting to his feet and leaving the room, walking down the hall past the dining room and heading towards the basement.

Iuana calls after her father curiously. “Where are you going?”

Shiya looks back to her. “Don’t sick your guard dog on me, I’m just going to pay a visit to Luka’s grandfather, may as well talk to an old friend of mine while I’m here.”

Teddy mumbles under his breath in a somewhat annoyed tone. “Security guard... not guard dog.”

Iuana yells back at her father offended by the comment. “Don’t make it sound like I dictate every part of your life! The only thing I’m demanding from you right now is that you not leave this house!”

Shiya begins walking down the stairs to the basement shutting the door behind him. “She’s even bossier than her mother was.”

Shiya tries to navigate his way through the basement with much difficulty, boxes of junk and computers, both working and not, piled high enough to touch the ceiling, Shiya beginning to talk to the old man that had buried himself down here. “Marty, you said you were going to start cleaning this mess up so that people wouldn’t have to worry about hurting themselves when they came down to see you.”

The voice of an old man chimes up from behind the mounds of junk. “I have started. I took the dishes up.”

Shiya looks around him mumbling to himself. “What do you know, the dishes are gone.”

The voice continues to speak to Shiya. “I’ve got an important message for you from your friend in the city a couple weeks ago. ‘The peace treaty is a trap, don’t go.”

Shiya frowns at the news. “Well too late for that message.”

And old lynx pushes a pile of paper out of his way so that he could see Shiya. “Your own fault for neglecting to come here on a scheduled bases, how long has it been now since you’ve last been here?”

Shiya shrugs his shoulders. “Who knows... half a year maybe?”

Marty leans across his desk holding his finger to Shiya as he begins to lecture him. “You keep this up and it’s not long before you’re caught you hear me!”

Shiya sighs to himself. “The tribe’s healer was killed about half a year ago, his replacement is... not quiet picking up as fast as we all would like him too. My warriors have been getting wounded in record numbers this year and have been staying that way due to our currently inexperienced healer. I can’t just leave them when so many are wounded, if something were to happen who would protect my people when I am gone?”

Marty frowns at the information. “You’re warriors are getting wounded because you’re not coming here to get the information you need to protect them! Part of protecting your people is for you to keep yourself from being found by the military and caught, do you understand how important it is you not be caught by them?!”

Shiya nods his head understanding what it was he was being told. “An innocent child was almost killed and my daughter was taken by my enemy, things that could have been avoided if I had only come here and learned of the militaries deception. I learned my lesson, it’s not going to happen again.”

“It best not happen again! Do you know how much work is put until keeping you elusive? Get caught and you put all that to waste.” He motions to Shiya, wanting him to come over and look at his monitor. “Now come over here and explain to me why you’ve brought so many people from the military into my house!”

Shiya sighs as he walks over to Marty looking at the monitor, the image of Teddy, Iuana and Eve as they all say at the table speaking to one another what was being displayed. “A camera in the dining room...? Is that really necessary?”

“You can never be too careful!”

Shiya looks over to Marty, there’s really not much to say. “Try to overlook the military insignia, that is my daughter and two of her friends, the one with Luka is my son.”

“I thought that all of your sons died.”

Shiya lowers his head, having believed the same thing. “As did I... and everyone else within my pack.”

Shiya shakes his head trying to get the thought from his mind, there other important matters to deal with. “See if you can get a hold of Shanira for me, I’ll be back in about a half hour.”

Marty nods his head as he begins typing away on his computer. “Where’re you headed off to?”

Shiya pushes a desk full of clutter out of his way, revealing a door to a cellar. “Out for a bit, I need to give word to my tribe of our arrival. The warriors that guard the forests outside of the village need to know beforehand that I am bringing others with me. It would go badly if they were to attack my companions because they are dressed in military uniforms.”

Shiya takes several of his necklaces and bracelets off, leaving them behind, he then taking a cloak and draping it over his body to hide his tattoos and the few articles of jewellery that he decided to keep on.

Marty glances up from his computer looking over at him. “What are you doing?”

Shiya glances back to him as he puts the cloak over his head. “My face is not to be seen by others, specifically those outside of my pack. That’s why I wear the headdress. Iuana will already be upset if she finds out about me leaving the house, so I’ll at least give her one less thing to be angry at me with.”

He opens the cellar entering and moving through it until he finds a hatch that lead above ground to the outside, opening and leaving the house.

*******


Almost twenty minutes pass by. Iuana looking at the door that lead to the basement that her father had gone down. “Father is taking his time down there.”

Eve shrugs her shoulder’s there really nothing to be worried about. “It’s been a while since he saw this friend of his, he’s got a lot to catch up on.”

Teddy speaks up offering to help ease Iuana’s concern. “I can go check on him if you want.”

Eve speaks up not thinking that to be such a good idea. “Luka asked that none of us bother his crazy grandfather, that he’s eccentric and might overreact if he saw our military uniforms.”

Ophelia skips into the room, smiling up at the people seated around the table. “Do you know where Shiya went? I have something important to tell him from Mrs. Mecree!”

Eve smiles holding her hand out to the girl. “Perfect! We can send Ophelia down to check on your father. She needs to tell him something anyway.” She looks down to the young girl with a smile. “Shiya is in the basement talking to your grandfather.”

Ophelia smiles back at her. “Thanks!” She bounds off in the direction of the basement opening the door and moving down the stairs one step at a time.

Eve looks back to Iuana, she too trying to lighten her concern. “Don’t looks so worried, how much trouble could he get into while in the basement?”

A few minutes pass, the door to the basement opening as Ophelia comes back up stares heading back to the living room, Eve stopping her before she returned to watching her TV programs. “So did you tell Shiya what Mrs. Mecree wanted you to tell him?”

Ophelia shakes her head no. “Shiya wasn’t there, grand-dad said that he used the cellar doors to get out, but that he should be back soon.”

A panicked look fills Iuana’s face. “He what!?”

Teddy gets to his feet not waiting for the instructions he knew he would soon be given. “I’ll go out and bring him back.”

Ophelia looks over to Teddy, speaking up to get his attention before he left. “If you’re going to go and look for him do you think you can give him the message that Mrs. Mecree gave me to tell him?”

Teddy nods his head. “Though I give you no guarantee that I’ll remember I’ll at least do my best not to forget. What is it you need to tell him?”

Ophelia smiles up at him as she happy tells him the information that she was supposed to give to Shiya. “Mrs. Mercee wanted Shiya to be careful because there are some military officers are in town.” Her attention is lost when she hears a tune being played on the TV in the living room, Ophelia quickly running back to the sofa as to not miss her program. “My show is starting I’m missing it!!”

Teddy quickly looks back to Iuana, the girl obviously horrified right now. “Don’t worry! I’ll find him and bring him back before any trouble happens! You’re father may not act like the best leader but he’s not a dunce, especially when it comes to staying elusive to the military.”
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Raven Wolf - 02 - The Oracle - Chapter 02
Raven Wolf - 02 - The Oracle - Chapter 04
Book 2 in the Raven Wolf series.

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 632,549, female 513,136, fox 134,230, wolf 110,685, skunk 17,826, vixen 15,700, lynx 7,280, cougar 2,535, raven wolf 328
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Wow such a great story hope tohear more about lumina
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