The war was raging on. People fighting, animals ripping flesh, it just was never enough. The girl that was half vampire and half wolf was the cause of it all. I didn’t know it at the time, but I would soon be the end of it all as well.
When I woke up every morning I was alone. I had been like this my entire life. I ran out of the cold tree house I had built right next to the castle where I grow up. Then I started to walk around for hours until I saw someone in the busses…. It was a wolf! I had known my entire life not to trust anyone, at least that was what my mom told me before she passed away. I looked at the man, he was wearing a green shirt with tanish pants. Well I had nothing better to do and I was kinda lost because I was walking forever, I decided to spy on him. Nothing weird here. But then he spoke.
“Who’s there?!” he questioned.
“Uhhh sorry sir!” I said back as I tried to tiptoe away.
He looked over the bush to find me creeping away. I turned around to see that our eyes met and then he spoke again.
“Well are you just gonna stand there?” he said as his hands moved down to his sides, “ my name's Link what’s yours?”
“Hylea.” I answered with caution.
From then on we kinda just stuck together. Meaning we didn’t leave each others side for a little while. But after a couple of days we ran into some trouble. There has been a pack of vampires just waiting to sink their teeth into people. But what they didn’t know was that I was half vampire so it wouldn’t do
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The moon was full. It casted an eerie glow upon a clearing. A gray wolf walked into the den at the edge of the moonlit grass. The wolf appeared to be Gray’s mother. She had wounds all over her body, all gushing out blood. Then walked in a tall wolf, as dark as night. Her Father seemed to have more energy, but he too had wounds everywhere on his body. Gray walked over to her parents to see them walk away.
“Uh, yeah! Sure!” When I knew I was l alone I ran all over town looking for the source of the snow. I finally found it at an abandoned warehouse just outside of town. I waited a couple of seconds before saying something but before I could, someone spoke.
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