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Mandalore Marcus stood in the main hanger bay of his Eclipse-class Star Dreadnought, holding his battle-axe. Inside the hanger bay, his men stood with him. The heavy assault units of the Indomitable Company stood to his right in file order. The stood at attention, their white banners with the black Mythosaur skull high above their heads. "Oya! Mand'alor!" They shouted, slamming the banner staffs into the metal floor. Marcus nodded at them, smiling under his helmet.
He walked to the leader of the Indomitable Company, a captain by the name of Dinui. She seemed to stiffen up as he got closer. "How are the men, Captain?" He asked her. "Udesiir, Captain. It's alright." He chuckled, resting hand on her shoulder.
"Well, it's not every day you meet your Mand'alor, sir." Dinui said, relaxing a little. "The men are ready for anything. I take pride in my men, Mand'alor, and they take pride in themselves."
Marcus nodded. "Good." He said, looking at the men "Good work, men! Make us proud. Ma
Vampire SuicideDarkness consumes me. I haven't been able to see the light in over a century. I miss laying out in the heat of the sun, letting it warm my body. Now I lay in a cold coffin, wasting away for all eternity. That is going to change soon.Vampire Suicide in Short Stories
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I sat atop our roof, getting as close as possible to the sky. The sun was slowly inching it's way up over the horizon. I could already feel the my body temperature sky rocket. My parents lay beneath me, asleep in their coffins, not knowing what is to come.
The sun was finally close enough, I could feel my skin start to heat up like an oven. Cars drove by, people staring at me in wonder. Let them stare. A good show was about to come, they just didn't know it yet.
Just one more minute, and the sun will be high enough. If I could, I would be sweating bullets right now because I felt so hot. The heat felt nice on my pale skin, I basked in it for a moment, before the sun finally was high enough.
It hit me like a bullet. The overpowering heat of the sun on my sk