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Canine Case episode 2

It's Killer! >:3
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Keywords female 506454, fox 132882, blood 9745, evil 2882, violence 2269, wolfdog 1115
Episode Two: Monster or Misunderstood?

"No! I refuse to be on your side! You can't force me!", Killer, a red wolf and husky yelled as she violently attacked Mystery, a science experiment based on the chupacabra.

Mystery just laughed. "It's useless, Wolfdog! I found out that when your emotions darken, you become stronger, quicker, and will obey me! Give it up!"

Killer wasn't understanding what he meant by her emotions darkening would cause her to obey Mystery, but she thought it probably wasn't good. "I won't let my anger control me! My confidence shall vanquish the darkness, and you can't do a thing about it!", she vociferated boldly.

"Oh yeah?", Mystery snickered. "Well, you're quite stubborn. I guess we need to do this that hard way.", he said as he held a strange ray gun.

"What the hell is that?", Killer asked as she attacked him, not aware that he would shoot her.

Killer tried and grab the ray gun, but it was too late, Mystery already shot her. The shot of the gun didn't hurt her, but it caused her emotions to change dramatically. She was becoming so furious her fur faded to a much darker shade as black aura surrounded her. Her pupils and iris disappeared and her sclera turned bright red. Claws sprouted from her glows and her shoes and finally, her teeth grew larger and sharper.

"Ha! Hello, Berserk Killer! You are now working for me! You're stronger and quicker, so you can destroy a lot land much quicker than normal!", Mystery yelled before laughing menacingly.

Killer may have not known about her normal self anymore, but she knew she still wasn't working for anybody. "You're more berserk than I am! I'm not working for anyone! I'm just here for one thing: Killing everybody I see! My insanity level and gone off the charts!", she yelled, sounding more threatening than Mystery. Killer attacked Mystery violently, stabbing him with her claws and biting him deeply.

"Crap! Horrible idea!", he screamed as he managed to shoot an energy beam at her. Killer got it by Mystery's beam, but just laughed maniacally.

"You weak, pathetic fool! You sure started the biggest mistake. Once I'm around you, it's only a matter of time!", She yelled as she went back to attacking.

Claudia Foxx, a yellow vixen that was Killer's best friend finally arrived after getting lost. She would've just follow Killer to Mystery lair, but she didn't, since she was a little impatient.  Claudia saw Killer knocking Mystery out and making him unconscious. She was surprised about Killer's appearance, but impressed about the damage done to Mystery. "Wow, Killer! Nice job! But... I'm not being rude, but what's up with you? Sorry!", she said but was sorry.

"All right! Another person that's gonna suffer!", Killer exclaimed as blood was dripping from her hands and mouth. "Okay, Foxy! Time to die!"

"Killer! What are you doing?!", Claudia yelled in fear. "I thought you were my best friend. How can you betray someone like this?!"

Killer was shocked about what the poor vixen said. Since she was out of her mind, she didn't remember she had friends. "Best friend? What the hell are you talking about? Oh, screw that! I have a mission to complete!"

Killer jumped right into action. She shot icicle missiles at Claudia, but Claudia avoided them. She didn't want to hurt Killer, but she has no choice. She charged a huge electricity ball and fired it. She controlled the movements of the electricity, making impossible for Killer to avoid it. Killer yelled in pain, but then darted towards Claudia and kicked her in the face and the claws on her shoes just missed her eyes.

"You're pretty tough, but not tough enough for this!", Killer shouted vigorously as she stabbed Claudia with the black claws on her fists. Claudia shocked her so she can escape, or at least tried to escape. Killer grabbed Claudia and constantly stabbed her with the spiked gloves again, then she bit Claudia on her arm, making her bleed a bit heavily.

"Why are you doing this?!", she screamed. "I don't know what has gotten into you! I freaking hate you for this!"

"Ah... thanks for the compliment.",  the bloody hybrid replied. Killer was forming a ball of dark energy. "Hatred just makes me feel better.", she said as she fired a blast of energy. It was satisfying hear Claudia scream and then knocked out. Killer was laughing maniacally, but then, her laughing stopped. Her sclera slowly turned back to white and her icy-blue irides and her pupils came back She saw her new "fiend" on the ground and saw the blood on her hands.

"C-Claudia? Did I....", Killer sobbed. "I... haven't felt so upset in my life... I am a monster! You were wrong and I was right!"

The crying lone wolfdog turned back to her normal brighter colors. The claws on her shoes and gloves disappeared and the black aura faded away. She leaned down and put her head close to Claudia's head. Her heart was still beating, but not at the normal rate.

"Please.... breathe...", She said to her dying friend. Claudia was making small breathing sounds, soon becoming more normal. "Claudia?! Are you still alive!"

"K-Kill....", Claudia said unstably. Killer's hopes getting higher, but she was aware that Claudia would probably not last so long.

"I have to find a way to fix this!", Killer yelled with confidence. Since she was in Mystery's lair, a bunch of weird gadgets were everywhere. "Hmm... I wonder if there's something in this dump that get rid of the damage"

Since Killer lived with Mystery when she was younger, she knew about certain machines did. "Aha! Perfect!" She picked a gun-like object that can heal wounds and she ran back to Claudia. "Okay, buddy. I have a plan, but I need to power this thing. Do you have any electricity left?"

"I... don't need that, Killer.", Claudia replied. I can use electricity that I charged up to heal myself." And that's what Claudia did. She moved her hand around, storing the electricity around her, causing her wounds to fade away. "I know I probably should have done this while fighting you, but I can't store so much at once. If I did, I might do some damage to myself."

Killer was still a bit upset about what Mystery has done, and Claudia didn't know about this berserk form she was in. "I need to clarify something. What I did to you wasn't my fault." Killer picked up the emotion-controlling ray gun and showed it Claudia. "This thing was used to make emotions darken, making me go out of control. Mystery made sure that my anger was too extreme and I couldn't stop myself. He wanted me to go berserk so I would obey him. I know you may not believe me, so I'll show you what this baby can do."

Killer shot herself with the gun and she was suddenly all happy and cheery, then she made herself extremely scared, then a bunch of other emotions, and finally, back to normal. "See?"

Claudia felt that she misunderstood Killer, like the other people she met. It was hard to give her a second chance, but if it wasn't her fault, it wouldn't be easy to blame her. "I'm terribly sorry for thinking that you're a monster. It wasn't your fault, you didn't betray me, and I should have never said I hated you for something that you didn't do on purpose. Mystery was controlling you without knowing it. He is the real monster."

"Thank you, Claudy. I thought I deserved the hatred. This is why you're my best friend. Even though you can be impatient at times, no offense, you take your time to understand things like this", Killer said as she gave Claudia a friendly hug.

Claudia was a Lesbian who had a slight crush on her red friend and she felt a bit embarrassed about being hugged by her secret crush. "So... now what?"

"Well, we're gonna leave Mystery behind and we'll head home. It's been a crazy day.", Killer answer.

The two canines did just that. They ran  back to the town they lived in and they both went inside their houses, ending a trilling day.



 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Killer has gone berserk!

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female 506,454, fox 132,882, blood 9,745, evil 2,882, violence 2,269, wolfdog 1,115
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Published: 6 years, 10 months ago
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