Odyssey II Chp VI: Something Worse than NobodyPart of his foremost tentacle spun across the room, followed by a trail of shimmering black ichor. Maya’s blade brought a paradox to his senses. His injured limb accepted the cold steel. It felt right when she cut him, as if his flesh knew it was being purified. At the same time, pain screamed through him, reeling from the touch of the metal, causing what remained of the tentacle to spasm.Odyssey II Chp VI: Something Worse than Nobody2 years ago in Writing More Like This
A seizure. The memory of the subway surfaced, and for a moment he wasn’t in the room anymore. He clung to those little flashes of memory, grasped at every word he remembered in order to keep his mind working, to keep himself. The creature sharing his body struggled to escape the pain, to fight back, but not while he still held some control. He felt a tingling pressure reverberating through him. The bones of his mouth cracked and split, his teeth melting away and forming a hard cephalopod beak.
Maya. Could she carve him free? The creature within him pulsed and her face vanished from his me
From the DepthsAs the blade swung towards him, one of Paul's tentacles lashed out, slamming into Maya's temple with a sickeningly wet crack. Her head rocketed sideways and her body followed, slamming heavily into the wall. Shimmering hues of red trailed down as she slid to the floor. Paul gasped in shock, but now was no time to stop. He instinctively knew what to do before he heard Tal'shen howl.From the Depths3 years ago in Writing More Like This
Looking over his shoulder, Paul realized he'd been held in a warehouse near the ocean. Escape was his only thought as he ran out the nearest exit and cringed. He'd been in the dark for so long the bright light outside hurt his eyes. He could hear the pounding tide and, as he observed his surroundings, realized he had no clue where the hell he was.
Don't Stop Paul! She Will Be Coming For You!
He scrambled for the nearest hill. A rainbow of colors, present for the past hour, stopped dancing across his vision and he could think clearly. He began babbling to himself. "I killed her. She was go