Senryu Series 111.Senryu Series 114 years ago in Haiku & Eastern More Like This
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Heart of a HelghastSergeant Tehan Krael hardly shuddered as the sand-laced wind swirled though his black cloak. Through the orange lit eyes of his helmet he watched as lances of bluish-white energy crackled over the slums of Phyrrus. Despite all that had happened in the past few days, Terhan could not help but feel electrified by both the view and the action to come. He was fighting for his homeland, a world inhabited by not only his family but the entire Helghast race! There would be no greater honor than to fight in the defense of this savagely beautiful land.Heart of a Helghast6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
'Something great can happen here,' Tehan thought, 'something epic. Something that will make my family proud of their son '
He took a deep breath -wishing for once he could breathe the air of without the need of his mask- and nearly gagged. As always, the recycled air from his mask tasted foul in large quantities, a kind of ashy sulfuric taste that even would even make a few of the veterans wheeze in disgust.
He felt a hand clasp him on the s
Heart of a Helghast 4Light. It enveloped him like a warm blanket; putting Tehan Krael is a strange state of puzzlement. 'Is this really what it's like to die?' he wondered, 'First it hurts and then it starts to feel good?...'Heart of a Helghast 45 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Tehan noticed that the pain in his stomach started to prickle and numb, he also noticed to see strange swirls of color that slowly started to take shape and materialize into
"Mom " Tehan groaned, trying to raise his arm and feel the woman he was fighting for.
"It's okay, I got you." She said, her orange eyes hanging in front of him.
"He shot me mom, he really did. He shot me in the stomach; he's the traitor, not me!"
"I don't doubt it, just hold on for a second I'm going to get help."
"Wait mom, don't leave." Tehan croaked, as her orange eyes started to fade. "Don't leave me mom. Please don't leave me Mom? Mom!" He felt the hooks of panic stab into him "MOM! DON'T LEAVE ME!!"
But it was already too late, for she had already faded from his sight. 'No No, I don
Heart of a Helghast 2Sergeant Tehan Krael sat in the too-small seat of the dropship, trying to ignore the constant turbulence and get a tiny bit of shuteye before the action. He knew that the moment he and his soldiers got into the battle, the very idea of sleeping would become a dream, so hed try to rest now.Heart of a Helghast 26 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
It wasnt working.
Although he refused to share the feeling with his men especially with that asshole Grendal sitting right across from him- that he was inwardly nervous about what was to come. At least few of his troopers seemed nervous about their first engagement, his speech before their deployment erasing such feelings. As of now, Corporal Holthis was talking with another three other grunts, all of whom seemed to be in good spirits. Grendal was (unfortunately) talking as well, loudly expounding upon the superiority of the Helgast race and how they were to bring ruin to the ISA, as well as throwing Tehan a few haughty glances as if to challenge him of his authority.
For the most p
Heart of a Helghast 3Two Helghast troopers against a squad of ISA marines Sounded like a textbook suicide mission, that or the beginning of a heroic and overdone propaganda film, or both.Heart of a Helghast 35 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
However; these were not the thoughts one wanted to have before charging into battle, so Tehan Krael tossed them aside and focused on what needed to be done. By his estimate, there would be at least four of them, and that was only if he was lucky.
You think this is going to work sir? asked the trooper behind him asked nervously.
No, I know it is going to work. Tehan said, hoping that the confidence in his voice did a better job of fooling the private rather than fooling himself. Do you?
No I mean-yes! Yes I do! said the trooper.
Tehan rolled his eyes behind his orange goggles, wishing he had chosen someone from his own unit. He turned to the young soldier, who instantly stood up straight and clutched his rifle in a death grip. The damn fool probably thinks I