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Raven Wolf - 02 - The Oracle - Chapter 13

Raven Wolf - 02 - The Oracle - Chapter 14
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Keywords male 640222, female 520210, wolf 111606, jackal 5953, cougar 2568, series 1966, novel 732, chapter 430, raven wolf 328
Chapter Thirteen

Kit is running around a large outdoor parking garage filled with very expensive looking cars, he running up to one and kicking it in the tires, stopping and staring at it for a moment before running up to another one and kicking it in the tires as well, only to get the same result.

Kit grumbles to himself as he kicks the car’s tires again, still getting nothing. He letting out an annoyed growl as he masters all the strength he has in him kicking it as hard as he could, again nothing happens.

Shiya catches up to Kit staring at the car he had been kicking. “Are you sure these have alarms?”

Kit nods his head, he not understanding why it wasn’t working. “I don’t get it! It should work! You just have to look at my dad’s car funny and his will go off. I don’t see why everyone else’s car isn’t working like his!” He kicks the car again, still getting nothing from it.

Teddy looks back to Kit. “Not every car is going to have an alarm.”

Kit holds his hand out to the vehicles around him. “Look at these things! These are pretty expensive you know! They all have alarms.” He runs up to another car kicking its tires as well. “I just can’t seem to get them working.”

Kitchi shakes his head as he looks the parking lot over. “I’m confused, what exactly are we looking for here?” He places his hands on one of the cars, a loud siren going off for a moment and startling him, Kitchi jumping back into his companions and almost knocking them over. The alarm sound then abruptly ending with an electronic voice warning him to step back from the vehicle.

Kit runs up to the car that has scared Kitchi senseless. “That’s what we’re looking for!” He looks around him, the sound having not been enough to catch anyone’s attention, no lights in the apartments and houses going off. “It’s gonna have to make noise for longer than that though, that’s not going to be enough to get mom and dad’s attention.”

He kicks the tires of the car Kitchi has set off, nothing happening. “Hey what gives!? This is starting to get annoying!” He looks back to Kitchi holding his hand to the car. “Here you try, you made it go off once you can do it again.”

Kitchi’s ears fall back, not really wanting that to happen again, he slowly slinking back towards the car and cautiously approaching it, lifting his hand and placing it on the hood of the car, the cars alarm again going off loudly for a moment and then stopping as it plays its vocal warning to step back once more.

Kitchi stares at the car from behind Shiya, the sound having again startled him. “I don’t like that thing!”

Kit looks around him, the car still not getting anyone’s attention. “No Kitchi you really have to set it off!! Right now you’re just making the warning go and that’s not enough. You gotta hit it so that the alarm stays on.”

Shiya walks up to the car, taking a spear from his back and swinging it over his head, Kit running on front of him and stopping him before he is able to hit it. “No! You have to be careful not to break it!! These cars belong to people you know! You can’t just break something that’s not yours!”

Shiya lowers his weapon while looking down to Kit. “Well being nice to it isn’t working.”

Teddy walks up next to Shiya. “What about that thing you do?”

Shiya seems confused. “Thing? What thing?”

Teddy frowns not sure how to describe it without sounding foolish or using childish references. “You know... that thing, you lift your hand and then the air turns cold and kind of does a ripple... and whatever you hit is sent flying. That thing.”

Kit excitedly chimes in. “Your super powers!!”

Teddy groans having been trying to avoid that term. “Yeah... that.”

Shiya shakes his head no. “That would send it flying and it would break.”

Teddy shakes his head no, Shiya misunderstanding what he wanted. “Well, can’t you do that, but not with as much force? You know reduce it to... the force of a clap, instead of a force of train.”

Kit laughs at Teddy’s references. Shiya looks from him and down to his hands, he then looking back to Teddy with a grin. “Oh yeah of course, lemme see what I can do for you.” He kneels down on the ground, placing his hand upon it his fingers spreading. “Someone please catch me if I fly back.”

Teddy moves behind Shiya. “You know what I was trying to say but not using as much force right?”

A sudden jolt fills the ground, sending everyone including Shiya to the ground and causing all the cars on this floor of the garage to slightly jump, every single one of the vehicles beginning to wale loud sirens from their alarms, their lights flashing on and off, the sound this time not stopping.

Kitchi is the first to his feet as he quickly dashes from side to side trying to look for a place to escape the noise, Shiya and Teddy next to get up as they both rub their sour heads, neither having expected that to happen while Kit stays laying upon the ground laughing loudly at what had just happened.

Teddy turns to Shiya slightly annoyed. “That was a clap?” Shiya shrugs his shoulders the two turning away from one another and looking around them as lights in the various houses and apartments begin to turn on, the noise from all the cars Shiya had set off undoubtedly waking most everyone in the area.

Kit lets out an excited gasp as he runs over to the ledge of floor they were on, looking toward the window of his parents room, the light within it having turned on like everyone else’s. “They’re awake! It worked!!” He watches as the curtains within the room are pushed to the side, his mother’s figure being seen as she glances towards the noise for only a moment, she then turning back and leaving the window.

Kit hangs his head very upset with this. “Aww come on mom, you barely even looked this way!” He looks back to the three wolves that were with him. “She didn’t see me at all.”

Shiya tries to cheer the young boy up. “Don’t worry, we’ll get their attention.”

Kit points to the floor above them. “Let’s go do that again with another floor of cars!!”

Kitchi quickly shakes his head no, his hands over his ears as he tried to block the sound. “Please no more cars...”

The voice of the parking lot security can barely be heard through the sound of all the alarms going off. “Hey!! You kids!! Get out of here!”

Teddy scoops Kit under his arm as he and the group begin to run for it, quickly leaving the garage and relocating to a place where the guard would not be able to reach or see them.

Teddy shakes his head as he puts Kit down and begins to think through what had just happened, it clear that something like that was not interesting enough to catch the Milford’s attention long enough to notice Kit. “It’s no good. They barely glanced out the window in our direction, we need something that’s going to hold their attention longer than that so they can actually spot Kit.”

Kitchi looks the group over it not easy. “Well then what are we supposed to do? I mean we’ve got to get their attention without causing damage or too much trouble.” He glances back to the parking garage where owners were franticly swarming to stop their cars from wailing away in the middle of the night. “And that last attempt of ours was certainly walking a fine line...”

Kit stares at the window of his parent’s room, the light still on. “I doesn’t look they’re going to sleep yet.” He looks back to Shiya. “Maybe we should throw something at their window before they go to sleep.”

Teddy watches as Shiya begins looking around him for something to throw. “Great... with the luck we’ve been having so far you’re only going to break the window, you know that don’t you?”

Kit begins laughing at the thought. “That would scare my mom so much! She would be so mad!”

Shiya picks up a rock, pulling his arm back to throw it, Teddy looking over to him. “Very gently!”

Shiya gives him and annoyed frown before throwing the rock, it soaring across the street, fence and yard and hitting the window with a hard rap, the glass not breaking much to everyone’s relief. No one though coming to the window.

Kit seems even more upset. “How come that didn’t work?”

Kitchi looks over to them while still holding his hands over his ears. “They probably can’t hear anything over this noise!”

Shiya ears perk as he realizes something, he running along the roof top and looking down into the Milford’s yard, all of the dogs gathered at the end of the yard closest to the noisy cars, barking loudly at the racket. “We might be able to get in after all.”

Teddy looks to the dogs that Shiya is right now looking at. “They may be distracted right now, but as soon as they see us they’ll be on our tails.”

Shiya nods his head aware of that much. “Yes, but the noise from the dogs isn’t going to alert the guards when they’re already barking senselessly at all this noise.” He climbs down the side of the building, running across the street and leaping onto the wall, pulling himself on it, balancing himself on it as he motions back to the others to follow him. The others quickly following his path, Shiya grabbing onto them one by one and pulling them onto the wall, each jumping down to the other side and running across the yard.

Shiya points to Kitchi once they are on the other side. “You distract the dogs.”

Kitchi nods his head as he parts from the group, Shiya now looking to Teddy and Kit. “Come on.”

The remaining three begin making their way toward the house. While Kitchi begins making his way toward the dogs, grumbling to himself as he did. “Makes me keep an eye on the dogs to keep them busy if they notice us, this is even worse than the noisy cars.” He crouches down to the ground to keep from easily being seen, keeping his eyes on the animals, ready to act if they were to become alerted to the intruders.

Shiya ducks down behind several trees and bushes in the yards garden, he watching as a guard makes his round on this side of the house.

Kit tries to hold in his excitement as he looks up to Shiya. “If this were a movie I bet that there would be awesome infiltration theme song music playing! Like mission impossible or something!”

Teddy watches as the guard turns a corner disappearing from site, he running up to the side of the house looking over the doors and windows. “These are all triggered with an alarm.”

Kit runs up next to him. “Don’t worry!” He points up to a balcony above them, the glass door that leads upon it open. “My mom always forgets to close it at night, it’s a bad habit of hers.”

Shiya begins searching for a way up, a loud snarling and threatening bark filling the air.

Kitchi watches as one of the dogs turns away from the others spotting and racing toward Shiya and the others, Kitchi quickly crawling across the ground on all fours toward to not easily be seen by the other dogs or guard, he speaking to himself as he approached it. “To face your enemy in the form equal to that which they come, that is the law of the spirits, weapon meets weapon while tooth and fang meet tooth and fang.”

He leaps at the animal, baring his teeth and grabbing into its neck and bringing it to the ground, the dog barely making a sound as it is brought down, Kitchi letting go of the animal as he grabs onto its muzzle, keeping it from making any noise, he then pinning it down to keep from getting up. He taking a moment to glance in the direction of his companions, they already beginning to climb the side of the house onto the balcony.

Teddy reaches the balcony first, he pulling himself onto it, he looking back over the edge to see how far Shiya and Kit where from reaching him.

“Who’s there?”

Teddy completely freezes in place, he slowly turning his head toward the open door they had been planning to use to get into the house. A young child around Kit’s age is standing behind the glass door that led outside, she having come over to this room to see what all the noise from the cars was about.

She stares at Teddy, Teddy staring back at her, she looking over him for a moment before letting out a high pitched scream, Teddy quickly running over to her. “Stop! Wait I’m not going to hurt you!”

The girl quickly shuts the glass door to the balcony, Teddy letting out a tired groan as he stands on the outside of it staring at the frightened girl inside. “Just great.” He shakes his head, now that the door had been closed no doubt the alarm for it would now be set, meaning that the house alarm would go off if they were to open it.

Teddy looks back to Shiya just as he finishes climbing over the balcony, Kit’s arms wrapped around his neck as he gripped tightly to his back. “This entrance is a no go.”

Kit frowns as he jumps off of Shiya back. “The door is closed!? Teddy why would to do that!? That was our way in!”

Teddy holds his hand to the girl that was still watching them frightfully from the other side of the glass. “I’m not the one who closed it! She was.”

Kit looks from Teddy and to the girl on the other side of the glass, he staring at her for a moment before excitedly calling out to her. “Vicky!!”

The child on the other side of the door looks to Kit when she hears her name being called. “Kit?” She smiles the biggest smile she could possibly fit on her face, quickly opening the door and racing out onto the balcony, Teddy letting out a tired sigh when he sees this, this action of course triggering the silent alarm that would alert all the guards on the premises to this room.

Vicky leaps onto Kit hugging him tightly. “Mom said that you were dead!!”

Shiya looks at the young girl. “A relative of yours?”

Kit nods his head as he looks back to him. “My cousin!” He holds his hand out to Teddy and Shiya, introducing them to the young girl. “These are my friends Shiya and Teddy. They helped me get back home!”

Vicky grabs onto Kit’s arm quickly pulling him inside of the house. “Come on! We have to show your mother and father that you’re alive! They’ll be so happy! You have no idea how upset they’ve been!!”

Kit looks back to Shiya and Teddy. “Come on let’s go!”

Teddy quickly nods his head. “Yeah! Quickly before the guards get here!”

Shiya nods his head quickly running into the house, past the children and into the hall, looking through it, the guards not yet here, Kit and Vicky running past them and turning to the right. “This way Shiya!”

*******


Kitchi looks up from where he right now held the guard dog pinned down, watching as several guards quickly make their way toward the house, that obviously not something that would play in their favour.

He quickly gets to his feet, running toward them while drawing a blade from his back, for them to be distracted enough to ignore their first objective something very drastic would have to happen, Kitchi having to keep them from reaching his chieftain and companions at all costs.

The guards spot him just as he is upon them, Kitchi swinging the blade he held and cutting through the hand gun of one of the soldiers, quickly doing the same with the next, one of the guards quickly turning back to him and firing his gun at him, the bullet missing its target, Kitchi now targeting him and taking out the gun that he held.

One of the guards grabs onto Kitchi locking his arm around his neck and pulling him back, Kitchi elbowing him hard in the stomach and then hitting him hard in the jaw with his shoulder before reaching back and grabbing onto him, lifting and throwing him off of him an into a guard in front of him.

*******


Teddy comes to a stop when he hears a gunshot from outside, he looking back to Shiya. “Kitchi is in trouble.”

Shiya motions for him to keep moving forward. “The sooner we confront Kit’s parents the sooner we can help Kitchi from his situation.”

Kit calls back to them before is about to turn a corner. “Come on hurry up! It’s this way!”

“Stop right there!!”

Teddy looks back to see that the guard that had been patrolling the outside of the house was now inside and running towards them. “Oh come on!” He quickly turns the corner the others have hurrying them along. “One of the guards has found us.”

Kit smiles as and Vicky stop in front of one of the room. “That’s ok! This is their room right here!!” He opens the door quickly making his way inside, the others following him in. “Mom!! Dad!!”

He looks around him, though the light in the room was on his parents didn’t look to be in it. “Where are they?”

Shiya quickly gives the room a look over, while Teddy shuts the door behind them, moving some of the furniture in front of it to keep their pursuer from easily entering. “It looks as if the commotion caught their attention and they moved somewhere else.” He looks back to Kit. “Where would your parents go if there was a commotion in your house?”

Kit shrugs his shoulders. “I don’t know... nothing like this has ever happened before.”

Several more gunshots from outside catches their attention, Kit running to the window and looking outside in an attempt to see what was going on, he unable to spot Kitchi from this spot in the house.

A loud thumping sound catches their attention as the guard that had been following them starts pounding on the door to try and open it, the furniture stopping him from easily entering. Teddy looks from the door back to Shiya. “Is it really that important for you to talk to Kit’s parents?”

Shiya nods his head yes, Governor Milford needed to know about what had happened. “I have to! The lives of my people depend on it!”

Another round of gunshots from outside sound, Teddy bringing this sound to Shiya’s attention. “Well Kitchi’s life is dependent on how fast we can get out of here! He’s not even officially a warrior yet! How do you expect him to keep this up?”

Shiya falls silent, Teddy was of course right, though skilled and promising Kitchi was still young, and had not yet been deemed experienced enough to be given the title of a warrior.

Kit opens the window sticking his head outside of it and looking around him. “We don’t have time to argue right now!! We have to get out of this room and find mom and dad before Kitchi gets really hurt!” He points to a window ledge near them. “Let’s try to get to that other window over there!”

Shiya runs to the window that Kit is sticking his head out of, spotting the ledge in question. “Alright let’s go.”

Kit looks back to Vicky. “You stay here, me Shiya and Teddy are gonna find my mom and dad and sort this all out ok.”

The young girl slowly nods her head. “Yea- yeah...”

Kit wraps his arms around Shiya’s neck one more as Shiya jumps onto the ledge of the open window, leaving the room and beginning to climb across the building’s side toward the next window, Teddy following after him.

Shiya stops under the window, Kit reaching up and trying to push the window open, he not having any lucky. “It’s locked!”

Teddy climb up next to the window, taking the gun he has within his belt and holding it by the barrel as he smashed the handle of it into the window. Kit making a worried face as he watches Teddy reach his hand in through the broken glass and unlock the window so that they could open it and get inside. “Dad is going to be so mad...”

Teddy pulls the window open, making sure it stayed up as Shiya made his way inside with Kit still clinging onto his back. “Our situation is getting a little bit desperate, we have to do what we can.”

The three are soon in the room, the thumping from the guards trying to force themselves into the room next to them clearly heard from where they were. Shiya runs up to the door of the room, checking over the group to make sure they were ready before opening the door and rushing out of the room, the guards spotting the three as they left the room and began running down the hall quickly giving chase.

*******


Kitchi stands with weapon drawn over the guards that he had beaten, he panting for breath worn from the battle, his attention taken from them as he turns toward several figures that were now approaching him, Kitchi jumping back several paces as he prepares to defend himself from the new threat.

“A wild wolf that wears the bones of a raven and carries the mark of black bird upon his chest... you are from Raven Wolf.”

Kitchi stares at the shadowy figures that right now walked toward him, he able to make out three forms in the dark, the large man in the center the one that spoke to him while approaching him. “What is someone from that back stabbing tribe doing here? Haven’t you done enough to me and my family?”

Kitchi watches as the figure steps into the light, he recognizing him. “Governor Milford.”

The large mountain lion lets out an angered growl as the guards near him lift their weapons, aiming them toward Kitchi. “What more do you want to take from me? Was my son not enough?”

Kitchi tries to explain himself, Shiya and the rest of his clan not the ones who had intended to harm the child. “Please sir, if you would listen to what Shiya has to say-”

Mr. Milford seems angered. “Shiya? Shiya is here? How dare he show his face here of all places!” He looks to one of the guards by his side. “Call the military immediately! Tell them that Shiya is here!”

Kitchi yells back at him that the worst thing that could happen at this point in time. “No! Don’t do that! You don’t understand!” He quickly runs forward when the guard next to Kit’s father pulls out a phone, the other guard firing at him as Kitchi runs past, grabbing onto the phone and taking it from the guard before he could finish dialling the number, he then moving to the next guard and doing the same.

Mr. Milford grows even more upset. “Restrain him! I will call the military myself!”

Kitchi watches at the two guards before him begin to approach, the guards he had been fighting previously also starting to get back to their feet, he looking back to Mr. Milford. “Kit! Kit is not dead! And it wasn’t Raven Wolf that tried to kill him!!”

The guards attack Kitchi not giving him the chance to explain further, Kitchi’s attention now on them as he fought back against them.

Mr. Milford takes a phone speaking into it. “Get me General Mort.”

*******


Shiya, Teddy and Kit now find themselves in the kitchen, Shiya worriedly looking around him, the people they were looking for nowhere in sight. “Why does your house have to be so big? It’s impossible to find anyone!”

Teddy seems worried over the fact that Kit’s parents had yet to have been found. “They might not even be here.”

Kit shakes his head no, having seen him mother in her bedroom window. “But I saw my mom remember! They have to be home.”

Teddy looks back to him as he begins to explain. “The guards already know about our presence, they may have already moved his parents out of the house for their own protection.”

Kit looks worried, that not good at all. “Well if that’s true then what are we supposed to do?”

The group is forced to continue moving through the house when the guards reach the kitchen.

*******


A guard quickly leads Vicky through the house and to the garage where Kit’s mother was already waiting, she spotting the young child and running up to her, hugging her tightly. “Oh Vicky I was so worried about you!”

Vicky begins speaking excitedly to her aunt. “Aunty! Aunty! I saw Kit!”

Kit’s mother looks down at the young girl, a little perplexed by the announcement. “Kit? What do you mean you saw Kit? You must be mistaken honey.”

Vicky smiles at her as she begins to explain the exciting situation to her. “No it’s true! I really saw him! He came up through the glass doors on the second floor! We both went looking for you together! Me, Kit and his friends... what did he say their names were again? Oh! I remember! One was named Teddy! Like a cute fluffy teddy bear! And the other was name Shera! Just like that TV show! Shera, Pegasus of Power!!”

Kit’s mothers stares at Vicky, she not recognizing those names. “Teddy and Shera...?”

*******


General Mort begins yelling into the phone that he held, a tone that is a mixture of anger and shock “Raven Wolf’s leader is at your house!?” He pauses allowing the voice on the other end continue, Mort giving his response once he is finished. “Certainly! I will send someone right away.”

He hangs up the phone as he begins dialling another number. “It’s just typical that he shows up in the city when I’m in a completely different country!” He holds the phone up to his ear once he is finished dialling. “Send soldiers to the Governors’ estate immediately! The Raven Wolf wilds have gotten into the city and are attacking his home! Do what you want to the others but make sure Raven Wolf’s leader is caught!” He is about to hang up but stops adding in additional orders. “Send one of the super solders there, I don’t want to take any chances! I don’t care which one is it just as long as he’s in the city.”
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Raven Wolf - 02 - The Oracle - Chapter 12
Raven Wolf - 02 - The Oracle - Chapter 14
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 640,222, female 520,210, wolf 111,606, jackal 5,953, cougar 2,568, series 1,966, novel 732, chapter 430, raven wolf 328
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