Clawd's Injustice: A Narrative Fiction

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However, within the space of thirty minutes, Clawd found out what Valentine had done, called together those involved in the investigation, and drove to Valentine’s house in Jackson’s car. Once the car pulled into the driveway, Clawd jumped out and ran to the door with Clawdeen and Draculaura following him. “Don’t kill him, Clawd!” Draculaura tugged on his sleeve nervously. “Please, don’t hurt him.” Clawd simply growled low, ringing the door bell and glaring at the door. Moments later, Vampira answered, looking rather confused. “What are you doing here?” she asked, quirking an eyebrow. “Do you need something?” “Is Valentine here!?” Clawdeen asked, getting right in Vampira’s face. Vampira pushed the she wolf away, looking alarmed. “No, he’s …show more content…

Draculaura and Clawdeen followed, and the group was on their way to the hotel. “Guys, please!” Howleen begged. “Please, don’t hurt Valentine! He didn’t wanna hurt me.” “Howleen, dear,” Cleo sighed, putting an arm around Howleen. “Look, bottom line is he raped you, and do you know how the DeNiles deal with that?” When Howleen shrugged, Cleo smirked. “All we need to do is position our fingers just right, get a hold of their physical energy, pull and…” she made a popping noise and mimicked something falling to the ground. “They’ve been castrated!” Duece grimaced, moving away from her a little. “Okay…well, I didn’t know you could do that, …show more content…

“Howleen, listen: it’s great that you forgive him, but he still needs to be punished for that.” “But should he be?” Frankie piped up. “Judging by what I’ve heard, it seems like Eris forced him to do it. If anyone needs to be punished, it’s Eris.” The car pulled in behind the hotel, and the group of friends got out. Clawd walked around to the front, seeing the door was chained shut. “Well, they’ve learned,” he mumbled, looking for a way to get in. Jackson showed up, and gently pushed Clawd aside. “I’ll try to get in first,” he explained. “I’m on good terms with some of the residents here.” He knocked on the door a few times, and then began to call. “Dodi? Graverobber? Tessa? Anyone?” After a few moments, a window right above them opened, and Graverobber called down, “Yo! Jackson, up here! Try to climb up here, use the awning!” Very cautiously, Jackson climbed on the dumpster and tried not to fall in. He managed to climb on the awning and, with help from Graverobber, successfully entered the building through the window. As Jackson caught his breath, Graverobber explained, “We had to chain up the entrance because Eris didn’t like getting visitors she didn’t want. But the stupid thing about that is that we aren’t allowed to

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