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Chapter Four

Teddy approaches one of the villagers to speak with him, he having been searching for Shiya for a while now without any luck. “Excuse me... you wouldn’t have happened to see a small white wild wolf anywhere have you?”

The man stares at Teddy unresponsive, his mouth dropping in shock. Teddy a little confused by the reaction. “Is... something wrong?”

The man quickly shakes his head. “No! I’m just surprised is all, you see when I saw you no more than ten minutes ago I had thought you to be a girl.”

Teddy looks a little confused. “A girl... wait. You saw a female version of me somewhere in this town!?” He turns away from the man this news not good at all. “It has to be Dolly. I guess it was to be expected, they were going to catch up to us eventually.”

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Shiya stands outside the village, a back bird perched on his shoulder as he prepares a small satchel for it to carry. He placing a small flat round stone and six green leaves within it, Shiya closing the small pouch up tightly before handing it to the bird, the black bird grabbing the pouch within its beak as Shiya speaks to it. “Take this to Achak.” The bird opens its wings, lifting itself into the air and taking flight. Shiya watching it leave for a moment before turning back and started to head back to the small town he had come from.

Shiya sighs to himself as he looks back in the direction of Luka’s house, knowing that it was time for him to begin heading back, Iuana capable of noticing his absence if he took too long.

“Hey!! Wait!! Wait stop running!”

Shiya stops for a moment, looking back to a young domestic boy as he franticly chases after a hen that had managed to escape from its coup, the boy trying hard to keep up with it as the white bird zigzagged sporadically to keep from being caught by him.

The chicken runs between Shiya’s legs running past him towards town, the boy calling out to Shiya as he pants for breath. “Can you help me catch her?”

Shiya shakes his head there no way, one of the conditions of the curse he and his tribe held that he could not hunt, it impossible for him to catch anything even if he wanted to. “I can’t I-”

“Please sir? I can’t keep up with her.”

Shiya sighs to himself as he looks back in the direction the bird had gone in, the hen stirring up small clouds of dust as she darted about in her panic. “Alright... fine... but I doubt I’ll be able to.” He runs after the hen to catch it, if anything he may at least be able to tire the chicken out so that the boy would be able to catch it himself.

The hen panics when it sees that another has joined in the chase, she letting out a loud screech like cluck as she begins running away from her new pursuer, Shiya quickly chasing after her as the bird runs into town darting through the people and buildings, kicking up clouds of dust along the way.

Shiya makes a leap towards the bird, missing and landing on the ground, the wolf quickly pushing himself back to his feet as he resumes his chase. The chicken loudly clucking and gabbling as it ran.

Several other villagers join in the chase to try and help, the hen still managing to elude everyone’s grasp, the animal reaching the post office and beginning to run around it, the people that chased after it running after it as well.

Zack is on a public phone within the post office, Dolly standing by his side patently as she waits for him to finish his report. The loud noise from the commotion outside easily heard within the building.

Zack rises his voice as he plugs his left ear with free hand, the clucking of a chicken and screaming as people chase it making it difficult to hear anything that was being said “You’re going to have to repeat that sir, I can’t here you. Some bumpkins are chasing a chicken or something.” He frowns the person on the other end of the phone having an equally difficult time hearing him. “I said they’re chasing a chicken... a chicken!! I chick-” He angrily pulls the phone away from his ear yelling back at the man that ran the post office. “Can that door be closed or something!?”

Outside the villagers devise a plan to try and outwit the runaway bird. “You two go that way, we’ll go the other, and then we’ll have him cornered.”

The boy that had first been chasing the bird corrects him. “She’s a hen, that makes her a she not a he.”

“Is that really important right now?”

The group splits up in an attempt to corner the bird, the hen clucking in a panic when she finds villagers on either side of her, she running toward Shiya, Shiya reaching down to catch her as she runs through his legs, missing and allowing the bird to escape, Shiya growing annoyed as he chases after it, leaping at it numerous times and missing with every try, only making himself more frustrated.

He is about to leap at it once more when someone dashes ahead of him, grabbing onto the hen and scooping it up into the air managing to catch it. Shiya skidding to a stop as he stares ahead of him speechlessly, Dolly Conner, Teddy’s twin sister and one of the soldiers that had been perusing the group he was right now with standing before him.

Dolly looks over to him, Shiya taking several steps back from her, distancing himself and preparing to defend himself if she were to attack. Dolly motions toward the bird that she right now held. “Is this yours?”

Shiya seems surprised by the question, that not exactly what he was expecting her to say after finally catching up to him, he taken a-back for a moment as he tries to figure out how to respond to the question. “Mine...? No, I was-”

“You managed to stop her!!” The boy runs past Shiya, stopping in front of Dolly and taking the squirming hen from her. “Thanks a lot miss!”

Dolly smiles at the boy. “I hardly had to do anything, you guys already tired her out so much chasing her.”

The boy looks back to Shiya and the other villagers that had helped him. “Good work everyone! I got her!! Thanks a lot.”

Shiya looks back to the boy. “No problem...” The boy runs off back toward his home, Shiya quickly turns back to Dolly, watching her carefully, ready to react once she acted.

Dolly smiles at Shiya’s reaction. “You look like you think I’m going to jump out and attack you.”

Shiya seems confused. “Aren’t you?”

Dolly sighs, he clearly getting the wrong idea. “Look, just because the military and wilds are not on the best of terms does not mean that I’m going to attack just any wild I see.”

Shiya pauses thinking over what Dolly had said over, it was clear to him now, without the headdress of the large raven skull upon his head to hide his features she did not recognize him, the mask not only hiding his features but changing his voice, making it sound deeper because of the hollowed out skull.

He slowly begins to relax himself, Dolly thinking him to be no more than a normal everyday wild. “I see...”

Dolly now casually begins to question Shiya. “You don’t happen to live here do you?”

Shiya looks to the side. “I... uhh... do, I do.” He looks back to her quickly coming up with a story to tell her. “I’m a wild turned domestic, like you are.”

Dolly nods her head. “I assumed so... you’re much too small to have grown out in the wild, and you were having trouble catching a chicken. Wilds are never that inept at hunting, if they were they wouldn’t be able to survive as wilds.”

Shiya frowns at the comment, Dolly holding he hand out for Shiya to take. “My name is Dolly Conner.”

Shiya hesitates for a moment, unsure if he should return the gesture or not, he slowly reaching his hand out to shake hers, figuring that Dolly may grow suspicious if he did nothing. “Snow... my name is Snow.”

“Snow hu? I probably could have guessed if I thought about it, I suppose it’s a typical name for someone with white fur right?”

Shiya nods his head as he grabs onto the hood of his cloak pulling it up over his head and hiding his face. “Yeah... yeah I guess it is...”

Dolly smiles at him as she pushes the hood off of him. “I didn’t mean to offend you honestly, I’ll have you know that I like the name. I think it sounds nice.”

Shiya looks back to her. “Really?” He smiles back at her. “Well I like the name Dolly, it’s cute.” The grin leaves his face when he feels something small hit the back of his head, Shiya looking down to see a rock that had been thrown at him bounce along the ground before coming to a stop. He looking around him for the person that had thrown it, spotting Teddy hiding behind one of the buildings near them, motioning for Shiya to come where he was.

Shiya looks back to Dolly as he begins backing away from her. “I have to go now. A friend of mind is calling me.”

Dolly watches as Shiya turns away from her running out of her sight, she shrugging her shoulders as she turns around heading back to the post office where her partner was.

Shiya meets up with Teddy, he quickly speaking to him in a panic. “What are you doing!? That’s your sister! If she sees you she’s going to recognize you no problem!”

Teddy looks completely offended. “What am I doing!? What are you doing approaching and talking to her so casually like that when you know who she is!?”

Shiya tries to defend himself. “She approached me, I at first was intending to run away but she didn’t recognize me, so I didn’t have to.”

Teddy frowns at him. “If you would have stayed there long enough she would have eventually recognized you! She’s not stupid you know!”

Shiya eyes move to the side. “I know I just...” He shakes his head looking back to Teddy, now not the time for them to be discussing this, he needing to take charge and bring himself and the people he right now looked after out of harm’s way and into safety “Okay forget about what happened, our biggest concern right now is that the military is here. We can’t stay here, if they find us not only will we be in danger but Luca and his family will be as well for helping us. We need to leave as soon as possible and without them noticing.”

He looks back towards the post office. “I didn’t encounter them until I came near this building, that means that there’s can’t be very many here.”

Teddy stares at Shiya for a moment, one moment he was acting like kid that hadn’t known what he was doing had caused any trouble, the next he was cool headed and taking charge of the situation.

Shiya looks over to Teddy. “If it’s a small group like that then they didn’t come to this town for us, they probably have no idea that we’re here. Otherwise I’m sure your sister wouldn’t have been so off guard.”

Teddy nods his head, that making sense. “They must have run into trouble of some kind, and sent someone to town to get help. I doubt they would send someone alone, they would have at the very least sent two people. If Dolly is one of them that means the other one is Magellan, as that’s who she’s partnered with at the moment.”

Shiya frowns at the name, he remembering this individual. “The super soldier that I fought?”

Teddy frowns not sure of how much of that was true. “Thought I’m still up in the air about Magellan being a super soldier, yeah that’s the one, the guy you fought before.”

Shiya looks back out towards the post office. “They may not know about us right now, but that could easily change if someone mentions seeing us, our group stood out pretty well when we first got here, you in particular.”

Teddy frowns at the comment, everyone possibly standing out more than him. “I’m the one that stood out the most!? How is that even possible!? Especially when you were there with the big skull thing on your head!”

Shiya frowns thinking that the reason for that would be pretty obvious. “Everyone around here is cautious when it comes to talking about me, it’s always been that way, but they’re not going to be so careful when talking about other visitors this town might get. Don’t forget that you two are twins! You look just like one another! Someone will more than likely drop the comment that she looks a lot like another traveler that they’ve seen in this town. She’ll put two and two together and have us tracked down so fast that we’ll never have the time to run away.”

Shiya begins moving back towards the house, stopping for a moment and motioning for Teddy to follow him. “Come on, we have to get back to the others and leave before they find out about our presence.”

*******


Yula rubs the back of his neck, looking as if he were about to start crying. Iuana shaking her head as she stares at him hardly impressed, Yula right now upset because Luka had had to make a very small incision on the back of his neck to get a tracking device out. Iuana arguing with him, she having endured the exact same thing and not sobbing as much as he was. “It was hardly a prick! How could you whine about something no more painful than a mosquito bite?”

Luka sighs as looks over to Ophelia, having not quiet expected a pitiful reaction like this. “Maybe I shouldn’t have warned him that I was going to cut right before I did. He probably wouldn’t have felt or even realized what I had done if his mind wasn’t on it.”

Luka’s niece laughs at the comment, she quickly turning away from Yula and hiding her amused face when he looks over to her, annoyed that he was being mocked.

The front door opens, Teddy and Shiya quickly making their way inside and shutting the door behind them.

Iuana immediately storms toward her father. “What do you think you’re doing!? You knew full well that I did not want you to leave.”

Shiya nods his head having not forgotten. “That’s why I tried to leave without you finding out.”

“Father!”

Shiya walks past her. “You can lecture me later, now is not the time.” He looks over to Luca. “Are you finished with the trackers?”

Luca nods his head. “It’s a good thing that you came here to have me take care of those.” He motions over to Eve. “Of the four you brought me she’s the only one that didn’t have one on her.” He walks up to Shiya handing him the devices that he had found. “It also might do you go to know that you’ve got two parties after you. The two that I found on Yula and Iuana are defiantly from the domestic military, the one Teddy had on him was... well I can’t place it. I honestly have to say that I’ve never seen anything like it.”

Shiya looks over to Luca this one concerning him more than the ones from the military. “Does it still work?”

Luca shakes his head no. “No, I killed the bugger for you.”

Shiya clutches the small chip tightly in his hands, turning and looking back to the others. “The domestic military is here in this town, I’m sure you know what that all means. We leave as soon we’re ready.”

Yula lets out a disappointed sigh. “Well... at least I had a nice nap I guess...”

Kit also looks disappointed. “Can’t we wait until this episode is over at least?”

Iuana looks back over to him this not a game, they in danger as long as they were here. “No!”

Luca speaks up getting Shiya’s attention once more. “Granddad said that he needed to talk to you, something about Shanira.”

Shiya turns towards the basement. “Really? I guess I should attend to that before we leave then.” He looks back to the rest of the group. “I’ll only be a moment, be ready to leave once I get back.”

Iuana looks over to Luca. “Thank you so much for you help Luca.”

Luca nods his head always happy to help in any way possible. “Don’t mention it! I’m more than happy to help Shiya and his friends out.”

Yula looks toward the stairs of the basement that Shiya had descended a curious look on his face as he cautiously approaches them, glancing around him for a moment to see if anyone was paying attention to him before quietly beginning to make his way down.

He stays on the on the staircase traveling down it just enough to be able to peek into the basement, mountains of papers and junk both old and new all that she could see. Luca’s grandfather whom he knew to reside here obviously not one for keeping tidy or clean.

The voice of a woman carrying an African accent to her voice begins to speak, the tone of her voice a little distorted, it coming through a speaker of some kind. “I heard about what happened at the peace treaty, how you lost your daughter to your enemy. I’ve also heard about how she has during her stay within the domestics found her brother the oracle, and managed to escape with him.”

He can hear Shiya speak up in response to the voice. “Yes, they have both made their way back to me. I will be taking them home shortly.”

“Having the oracle with you will only make your situation worse. The domestic military had him locked away from sight for a reason. You are not the only person they were hiding him from, to take him will cause you to have the eyes of not only them, but all of their enemies turn in your direction. You need to give him back.”

Yula is horrified to hear someone say that, after traveling all this way and finally finding Shiya he didn’t want to go back to living in a room all his life.

Shiya shakes his head already well aware of what he is being told. “He is Iuana’s brother, she could not abandon him once learning that he is alive.”

“Explain to her the situation, Iuana is a smart girl, she will understand when you explain to her that her brother will be safer back with the domestics.”

Shiya argues back with her, it not just Iuana that could not leave Yula to the enemy. “He is my son, I know now after hundreds of years of thinking him to be dead that he is alive. To have him returned to me after all these years, I will not let him go.”

The woman’s voice lets out a tired sigh. “You are much too soft Shiya.”

Yula quietly lets out a sigh of relief, Shiya wasn’t going to send him back. Yula had to admit that this response had come somewhat at a surprise, he hardly knew Shiya, their somewhat frantic situation not giving them the time and opportunity to actually sit down and talk to one another. Shiya was indeed taking a big gamble for someone that he hardly knew.

Shiya raises his voice as he continues to speak with her, Yula not the reason he had contacted her. “My son is not the reason I have contacted you. The domestic military has sent a super soldier after me.”

Yula is defiantly interested in this whispering to himself. “The super soldiers...” He had heard Shiya mention them to Teddy after fighting with Dolly and Magellan. He carefully moving down one more step and leaning forward in an attempt to hear the conversation better, he wanting to know about this.

The woman does not sound surprised to hear this. “It’s not going to be the first one you run into either, the domestics have managed to get their hands on five of them. They’ll sick all of them upon you if they haven’t already.”

Shiya questions the woman about this. “You know about the domestic’s acquiring them?”

“Yes, they’ve been in their position for several years now. Until now their presence on the field has mostly been for observation, with them doing only small tasks to test both their abilities and obedience, though it looks as if now they are officially being used.”

Shiya continues to question the woman. “Well what am I supposed to do about them?”

“Fight them obviously. What else are you honestly supposed to do? You must have realized that you would eventually be pushed into a corner like this, it’s time for you to bare your fangs and use them.”

Shiya does not seem satisfied with this proposal, though he does not say a word against it, the woman’s voice speaking up once more. “You’re still going to be like that then are you? Honestly brother as pitiful as you are I still cannot allow you to get yourself caught. You are a weapon that should not fall into the hands of tyrants.”

Shiya finally answers back. “I am not in a corner yet!”

The woman’s voice lets out a long a tired sigh. “Surly you are not that oblivious to your situation? Fine then, continue to act the fool. For now you have two super soldiers of your own, put them to good use and that will be sure to buy you some more time, though that is more prolonging you of your fate than an actual solution. Make use of that extra time and find a way to pull yourself out of the grave you have spent a lifetime digging yourself into.”

“Destruction is not the only solution, I will find a way.”

Yula opens his mouth in shock as he whispers to himself what he had heard. “Shiya has two of them?” He almost falls having leaned out to far, Yula quickly catching onto the railing and recovering himself before tumbling down the stairs.

“Well then, if you have nothing else to say I will be on my way.”

Shiya hesitates for a moment, eventually speaking up. “The twins from the vision Yula had as a child... I believe that have shown up...”

The woman’s voice is now filled with concern. “Get rid of them, you know full well what will happen to you once they come into play.”

The voice transmission ends, Marty grumbling to himself as he speaks to Shiya. “She’s just as charming as she ever is. Why you continue to go to her for advice is beyond me, she always tells you to deal with it in the same way. Kill or destroy the problem.”

Shiya shakes his head. “Those are not solutions, at least not to me.”

There is a frightened yelp followed by a tumbling sound of someone falling down the stairs, that soon followed by a thunk when one of the many tables in the basement are hit, mountains of paper and computer parts falling onto the ground.

Marty lets out an angered yell. “What happened!? Do you know how long it took me to organize all of that?”

Shiya looks over to Marty a perplexed expression on his face. “... that was somehow organized...?”

Marty nods his head yes, Shiya shaking his head and turning away from him, running over to the newly made mess and digging out whoever it was that had gotten burred, a surprised look on his face when he finds Yula to be the one he is rescuing. “Yula? What are you doing here? I thought for certain it would be Kit again, he has a habit of doing things like this.”

Yula whines as he pulls himself free from the papers. “And just when I thought my aching was getting better...”

Shiya helps Yula back to his feet. “Were you listening in on my conversation?”

“No!” Yula glances to the side his ears falling back against his head as if he had done something wrong, perhaps lying to Shiya not the best thing to be doing right after being caught red handed. “Well... maybe a little bit...” He looks back to Shiya with a weak grin. “You’re sister doesn’t sound like she likes me very much.”

Shiya’s eyes move to the side. “Ehhhh... she doesn’t like anyone much really...” He begins to makes his way back up the stairs. “Come on, we should get going. We don’t want to make the others wait for us.”

Raven Wolf

The Oracle

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Raven Wolf - 02 - The Oracle - Chapter 03
Raven Wolf - 02 - The Oracle - Chapter 05
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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