Left 4 Dead - The HuntBlood... I smelled it. Not too far from here. Fresh blood... not the rancid blood of the rest of these pitiful dogs. Those who scramble about in the dirt, without consious or thought. Only instinct drives these fools and I am not one of them. My senses are honed, my mind clear, I could smell blood from a great distance away. I sniffed... yes they were there. Four to be exact. I sank onto my haunches, waiting in the dark. The lessers noticed began to notice them too, I could feel the tension in the air. How sad... their efforts would be for naught. They would not eat tonight... but I would. My prey shall not escape when so rare a delicacy is to be had these days.Left 4 Dead - The Hunt6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
When one of them stepped into the headlights... a man in green, whose beard glowed like snow. His fingers teased the trigger with familiar skill. This man was not o
Left 4 dead: HungerRain...Left 4 dead: Hunger5 years ago in Horror More Like This
The only thing I remember before I woke to the way the world is now. Soaking me in its sorrow. The world gone insane with pain and anger. I watch the few stragglers fleeing to safety from under the shadow of my hood to find more of their own immune kind. They are fools to think they can survive this madness. Fools to think they can hide from me. Why do these pitiful beings deserve to live? If I'm not immune then no one can be. I always feel angry, hungry and in pain. The first flesh I longed to feast upon was a small, frail child. Such pointless courage to protect his injured mother. My resistant for flesh is in vain, I now lusted for more blood.
The rain continued to pour down washing my clothes from the blood of the mother and child. Watching the other infected wonder thoughtlessly around the street below. These infected move and kill together like an army. The smoking infected has made a few kills himself, strangling immunes from roof tops. Two females, one male and a
Left 4 Dead: Her SalvationLeft 4 Dead: Her Salvation5 years ago in Horror More Like This
They said it would end soon...
For me I was lucky, the infection has not reached my hometown yet and has given me time to prepare for the worst. People from the south were evacuating to the north towards the Safe Zone for protection by the army. I called my brother Leo about my plan of holding out while the infection passes. He agreed and moved into my apartment with some supplies. He lives by the Airport down south from me. He never stops complaining to me how much he misses the buildings, free running the rooftops with his friends known as a Concrete Jungle Runners. Leo took free running to the extreme by duck taping his trouser legs and his hooded sweatshirt arms. Leo just told me it stops his clothes flapping and catching onto things when he runs along. Yeah right.
We were told by CEDA or also known as Civil Emergency and Defence Agency to watch the Chopper 5 News for information on the virus every night. CEDA call this deadly virus 'Green Flu