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Canine Case episode 1

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Keywords female 497881, mobian 8415, battle 2023, wolfdog 1103, foxx 175, shoujo-ai 7
Episode One: "My name is..."

It was a nice afternoon in Mobius. Killer was sitting on some rocks near a pond in a nice, grassy area. Killer was a wolf and Siberian husky hybrid with crimson red fur. She was a bit quick-tempered, and it's hard to get her to forgive somebody. She was thinking about her arch nemesis, Mystery, who was designed by scientist to be like a chupacabra, a blood-sucking cryptid.  He had a gray body which was covered in scars.He always brung terror to anyone he met. Suddenly, the red wolfdog saw the chupacabra, but he was not alone and he wasn't going for her.

A young vixen around Killer's age was being unmercifully being attacked. She had bright yellow fur and her hair was a darker shade. She was a lot more positive than Killer, but she's sometimes unsure about her strengh. Mystery was so strong, he threw her into the pond right in front Killer. as she saw the stranger go into water, she charged right at Mystery with a swift sock in the face. "Yo, Chupy. What was that? Girls don't skip on top of the water like flat rocks, you know.", she said as she froze him with her ice powers.

The vixen got out of the pond, and watched the action. Mystery thawed a few seconds after Killer froze him, but Killer just grabbed him and swung him into a tree, then she kicked his stomach, which made him puke a little blood. He quickly got back on foot and slashed his foe on her head. He formed two energy balls, but and unknown bolt of lightning appeared out of nowhere and hit them, causing them to backfire.

"What was that?!", Killer and Mystery both yelled. The vixen was the one who made the lightning, but she was hiding, so Mystery wouldn't see her. After seeing what Killer was doing, she got a little more confident about fighting. Killer forgot about the lightning and shot icicle missiles at Mystery, and some of them were embedded into his skin. The icicles didn't stop this chupacabra. He grab the red fiend and fired a beam right at her. The stranger knew that she had to help.

"I know I can do this...", she said as ran to the battlefield. Killer got up and started to punch Mystery rapidly. Then, the new challenger charged up some electricity and fired a few lightning spears at him. She then darted towards him and electrocuted his body.

"What the...?", Killer asked as she saw what was going one. "Alright! You win this time, but I'll be back, canines!", Mystery yelled before he teleported away.

Killer look at the vixen and said, "Don't worry, I deal with him all the time. He's not gonna stop me!. Anyway, thanks for the help."

The vixen was happy that she helped someone as well-experienced as Killer. "You're welcome, but I think you did a better job. Thanks for saving me....."

Killer smiled. "Hey, no prob. What is your name, by the way?"

"My name is Claudia Kyra Foxx. And your name?", Claudia said, sounding a bit shy.

"Your name is a lot better than mine.", Killer said kindly. "My name is is Killer the Wolfdog. That's right! No middle name. No last name.", she chuckled.

Claudia was a bit surprised. "Nice name, but what do you mean by that? No middle name and no last name? I'm sorry, I know I'm being a bit rude....", she said, but regretting it.

"It's okay. People ask me about that all the time. What I meant was that I don't know my middle and last name. Killer isn't even my real first name to begin with. I was separated from my family shortly after birth. Mystery, the jerk who fought us, kidnapped me and two other babies to help him rule this area. He named me Killer, I don't remember the two other names, thought. Anyway, one day, We found out about this. We ran away from Mystery, but I'm not sure what happened to those two other victims.", the red wolfdog responded.

Claudia had a lot of sympathy for her. "Wow..... I feel extremely sorry for you. I wish I could do something about this...."

Killer felt her heart getting warmer than it usually was. She never really socially interacted to somebody like this before. This was because of how Mystery treated her and her "brothers". "Thank you so much for your sympathy.", she said as she smiled, but she realized that she had to go home. "Well.... I have to go home now."

Her new friend was a little disappointed, since she was very fond of her, but she understood that she had to leave. "I hope we meet again. You sound like an interesting person."

Killer was happy that she now knew that she had a friend now. "Thank you, Claudia. Goodbye...."

"Bye to you too, Killer!", Claudia replied as she started to walk home. As she walked home, she was thinking about her new friend. She felt that she didn't have that much respect, and she thought that she might be gaining a little crush on her, but she decided to keep it a secret.

Killer walked back home too. She felt that Claudia was interesting. She never really had a friend before, since she wasn't raised like a normal being, more like a science project of some sort. When she walked to her house, she heard a familiar voice.

"Hey Killer!", the voice was Claudia. She was calling from the porch of the house next to Killer's. Killer was glad her friend was her neighbor. She was excited that someone close to her was literary close to her.

"Hi Claudia! It's cool that we live so close together!'

Claudia felt the same. "Yeah, I know. I thought we weren't going to see each other that often!", she cheered. "See you tomorrow!", she said while entering her house.

"Okay!", Killer yelled as she entered her own house.

Claudia went into her room and wondered about what she and Killer were going to do. "Maybe we could go to the park, or the movies, or the beach..."

Killer was on her bed, thinking about that someone finally wasn't afraid of her. She was sometimes feared, or more accurately, misunderstood, and it was Mystery's fault. She wondered if more people would treat her better if she knew what it takes for someone to not think she's too agressive for friends.

 

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This is how my two canines, Killer and Claudia met.

Keywords
female 497,881, mobian 8,415, battle 2,023, wolfdog 1,103, foxx 175, shoujo-ai 7
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Published: 6 years, 9 months ago
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