Fight sceneFight scene2 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Delloria's sword slashed through the demon and the creature fell with an agonizing scream. Dell chased down another and ran her sword through it to dispatch it with ease. She could hear her partner, Fraeya behind her yelling out in excitement for each demon that hit the ground dead and bloody.
Fraeya was Delloria's best friend and was the decedent of dragons. Her most distinguishing feature was the talon on each forearm. These were used by her in battles on occasion for close combat or self-defense. The talons were very pronounced but humans were unable to see her for what she really was. It appeared that mythical creatures were invisible to the naked human eye and this allowed her to walk around without notice.
Delloria was another story as she was a vampire and fell out of the good graces of her Coven. Vampires are a snobbish type and Delloria did not see the need to hide away from the world. She had been born of a human mother and vampire father so this made her a further outcast an
Delloria story snippet"Oh, it's you?" Randy said being a little surprised.Delloria story snippet2 years ago in Profiles More Like This
"Is that a bad thing?" she asked with a little apprehension. "I would think you would be a little more cordial to my presence here. You've been trying to talk to me since yesterday, haven't you?"
He was taken aback by her forwardness, but he answered her. "Yes I have, but you seem to be a hard person to find after class. I never saw you leave last night or tonight even, and yet Mr. Paulson confirmed he saw you leave. How is it that I missed you both times?"
"I leave out the window when class is over and everyone is out of the room."
"I leave out of the window. I don't like to be cooped up in the hallways with all the other students. It makes it hard to keep my guard up and all the noise and bodies are too distracting."
This was not the way Randy thought his first conversation with Delloria was going to go when he got the chance to talk with her. She was beyond weird in his book now, but there was the nagging qu