Spitz constantly picks on Buck, wanting to get in a fight with him; Buck, however, resists the challenges from Spitz. Then one time he steals the resting-place that Buck has created for himself. Buck has had enough and attacks Spitz with a vengeance. Francois and Perrault have to separate the two dogs. Although the fight is stopped, the animosity continues, and the two enemies are always in a skirmish. Then one day when Spitz prematurely kills a rabbit that all the dogs have been chasing, Buck attacks again. The battle is fierce, and Buck is losing. He then calls upon his intelligence and imagination to defeat Spitz. Instead of going for his throat, Buck attacks Spitz's front legs, breaking both of them. Once he is down, the other dogs come in for the kill.
The beast limped towards me, its eyes glowing red like the color of my blood, adrenaline pumps quickly throughout my body, it charges, hooves clacking along the cold dirt floor, its shaggy fur dripping with warm crimson blood. My breath is fast as I leap towards it, dagger raised. It punctures the soft skin, tearing the flesh of its bony chest. I follow the pattern; leap, stab, tear, duck, roll, aim for thigh and roll again. It howls in rage and leaps at me, its claws outstretched, I hold out my blade as it crashes into it, the knife reaching its' now motionless heart. Another comes at me, wanting to seek revenge for its fallen brother. It roars, spikes flaring in and out of
The next and last time Malik sees Ryou, years after when everything is done and dusted, he's met with an open palmed slap to the face. He lets it push him back a step, if only to see the brief flicker of satisfaction in the smug curve of Ryou's mouth before it disappears. It stings, hot on his cheek.
The animal looks between Rainsford and the bushes and bolts but is shot down by the giant. The giant starts to walk towards Rainsford but Rainsford is afraid that the giant wont show him as much mercy as he did the first time so he starts to limp away.
“Ye—” you started before you were interrupted by your own scream. A rush of stinging pain passed throughout your entire body, leaving you feeling exhausted and sore. You were gasping for breath and Scott was watching the wound. You assumed he was waiting for the black blood to come oozing out, signifying that your body had rejected the venom, but it never came.
"Let me finish speaking," snapped Mei Changsu. To Jingyan's horror, the man stumbled a step backward, back against the trunk of the tree behind him. The metal tip slid a fraction further and blood began to blossom with renewed ferocity. The composure on Mei Changsu's face slipped, revealing what resembled the determined stare of a cornered wild animal.
“You heard me, Shay. What did you tell my sister? She attempted to give herself an
She rolled to her feet, turned around and raced back at Finklesnorp. Belinda used the shield to block the downward swing of the sword, the sword was repelled backward and flew out of Finklesnorp's hand. Belinda smashed the edge of the shield into his neck, Finklesnorp 's hands rose to his throat and he tried to suck air through his ruined windpipe. Belinda brought her knee up into his rather large testicles and when he doubled over, her shield made violent contact with his face, Finklesnorp fell backward and lay on his back gasping desperately for
When his mother leaves, he decides to practice his aim with a rifle. Oops!!! He didn’t know it was loaded! He immediately thinks he is dying when he sees blood all over him. You can call him melodramatic. It was only his nose which spews blood everytime he gets the slightest shock..
He pushes her of him, as she falls on the shining white tiles of the hallway. She rolls onto her stomach and pleads for him not to leave, crawling and grabbing onto his leg. He wiggles his left leg, unhinging her and leaving her on the tiles scream for him to return. He heads for the door and leaves leaving her crying on the floor.
Elesin: (Executes a brief, half-taunting dance . . . as he chants the story of the Not-I bird, his voice changing dexterously to mimic his characters . . . )