GoW: Baird's ChronicleBaird slowly made his way back home, hands smeared with grease up to his elbows along with spots dotting most of his light blue shirt. He scrubbed fiercely at it without making any progress in the attempt to clean himself. If he made it home with oil and grease on him again his father would be furious. His booted feet slowed further as his house came into view. In all his thirteen years of life, Baird could not remember being happy to come home when his father was there. When he reached the steps that led up to the front door he stopped and briefly wiped at his right elbow again.GoW: Baird's Chronicle7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
With a scowl, he took in a deep breath and trudged up the stairs. He hesitated again with his hand resting on the door handle, listening intently to see if he could make out if his father and mother were home. Hearing nothing, he turned the knob softly and entered the house as stealthily as he could. Once inside his home he
Gears of War Story: BairdBaird sat on the ground in his back yard as he fiddled around with machine parts his father had no use for anymore. He took them apart and looked at the components that made them work. He reached for his wrench as his hand searched the dirt floor until he finally felt it protruding from a small patch of grass. He picked it up and tinkered with something inside what looked like a small handheld device; almost like a TV remote or a miniature radio.Gears of War Story: Baird4 years ago in Settings More Like This
Baird pulled out more parts as he inspected them closely to see what they were. When he had found out he laid them down in stacks of the same type of material. They were mostly wires.
Young Damon finally stood up and went back towards his rather large house that was bigger than what most people had in these times, his family was considered rich to most people that knew him. He walked in the back door that led to the basement where he looked around for more things he could take apart without his father scolding him for it. Unless he was caught.