until the day i die. chapter one.Chapter one; tier of our generationuntil the day i die. chapter one.21 hours ago in Writing More Like This
“God, every day is exactly the same!” Muttered Talya as she laid upside down on her bed. She looked around at her dull gray walls. Posters of various thing hung messily overlapping each other in a careless way. Just pictures of comic characters, cool bands, and various books and movies. A few clothes lines draped across the ceiling and had photos attached by clothes pins. Talya liked photography, she even liked it more than the people she took pictures of!
Talya lazily stood got off her bare mattress and got ready for school. By the time she was done sunlight was streaming through the glass window lighting up the whole room. Even so, the room looked old and dusty. Most likely because it was.
Ever since the downfall of the government nothing was the same. Everyone was scared now. Cameras were everywhere, to keep people under the watch of the dictator. No one dared act of out of place. No one. That’s why there was hardly any unauthori
until the day i die. chapter twoChapter two; worth fighting for, worth dying foruntil the day i die. chapter two21 hours ago in Writing More Like This
The next day the girl’s eagerly turned I there application forms and waited. And waited. And waited for nearly a month. Each of them decided not to tell their parents, because they knew their parents would try to stop them. And it just wasn’t worth worrying them about, they were busy, too busy for news about a tournament their children had joined.
But, finally each of them got a letter in the mail. “Oh my god! Oh my god! Oh my god!” Brittney screamed happily sitting on the couch at Talya’s house. “I can’t believe we got accepted! Us!” Hannah said reading the letter over and over again. But what will our parents think? Asked Brianna, clearly the only one who understood the horror of the situation. “They won’t care. And by the time they find out we’ll be killing people on TV.” Taylor said reassuringly.
And that was the end of it. The girls had a week before officials w
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But that all ended. “This is all your fault!” a girl screamed at john. “My fault? Lexis, I mean princess of pain, died because she was weak!” john screamed back. Talya’s mood towards Brianna worsened too. Though she didn’t say anything, she blamed this on her. Or, she tried to. But deep down, as the leader, she thought this was her fault. “I hate you! I knew from the start having you on my team would be nothing but trouble! It’s all your fault.” everyone was fighting.
“I hate you! I hate you! I wish you would just… just die!” Talya screamed at Brianna. Talya drew her sword and help it above her head. Both hands gripped the handle tightly. Brittney saw the look in her eyes. “Talya! Stop! This won’t fix anything y-“she stopped midsentence. Talya brought the sword down and stabbed Brianna with all the force she could muster.
John gasped. Brittney
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Getting in was easy enough. You entered with your team (and only your team) through a metal door into the forest arena. Once in you were fair game and you were fighting for your life. “Ok, just like we planned. We’ll be the first to reach the lake. Everyone will need to reach water to live, so they’ll come right to us.” Talya ordered. It was a fairly simple plan. They’d hide, make no evidence they were there, and one by one teams would come for water. Then, they’d kill them. Easy enough, right? Hannah thought.
-ignorance is blindness.
The girls quietly ran through the forest. As fast as they could weapons in hand. They could already hear screaming from another team. Screaming continued on until everyone that was going to die was dead, and they were left in an eerie silence. “It doesn’t matter, we just have to be careful. Whoever it was, just he glad it wasn