Just Another Mission 18.6She was so angry, so passionate- and crying. She believed full-heartedly what she was saying. As I watched, a double assault of crystal beads cut clean paths through the grime on her cheeks, only to be slapped away by the fury of her gloves before they had a chance to fall. I looked up at her, finding myself speechless for the first time in many a year.Just Another Mission 18.69 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Then, finding myself in such a state- indeed, with nothing more to say- I… turned to leave.
I could no longer hope to help her. I could no longer hope to make her find the error in what she was saying, pitting something as flimsy as emotions against death and pain- always a constant in this
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Just Another Mission 13, Jak's POV
I'd just gone along with the whole thing.
I don't like parties. Dax KNOWS I don't like parties. It's gotta be a little obvious- anyone can see I don't seem like the type to get out on the floor by myself and dance... well, the fact is, I'm not. While I'd definitely have to contest with Dax, and ultimately get my ass kicked, it isn't just the possibility of losing mojo by rodent-domination. Really, the whole thing, having so many bodies in one place with that loud music, and booze, and lights and smoke... it just seems... choking. Dangerous, almost. It sets me on edge, no ma