The Explosion pt 1 of 2 (NoCo)My first NoCo fic. I have a case of the writer's block, so hopefully, this short fic will pull me out of it.The Explosion pt 1 of 2 (NoCo) in Drama More Like This
Warnings: Slash, death, angst, NoahxCody pairing.
Cody crouched in the thicket, his body curling into himself so he could fit into the small area under the roots of a tree. After 24 hours, he thought it would have registered by now.
Camp Wakanakawa was gone. Destroyed in one sudden blast. If he hadn't gone out to the woods to go to the bathroom, he would have been decimated with the others. The cabins were blown to smithereens, the wooden planks had been instantly turned into pulp. He had just seen Gwen a second ago when he indulged in a quick peek into the the girl's cabins. She had been drying her hair off with a towel and she was arguing with Heather about something, until they both saw him.
"Little creep!" Heather screamed, throwing a shoe.
Cody was yards away before she said anything else. Maybe that was the last thing Heather ever said. Heather was a bitch and now she was
The Explosion pt 2 of 2 (NOCO)As soon as Cody left, the pain seemed to come all at once.The Explosion pt 2 of 2 (NOCO) in Drama More Like This
Before, everything had been a swirl of confusion. His body seemed to move mechanically. He only needed to focus on one task at a time. There had been no time to think. Survive and find the other survivors. That was his body's mission.
Now, his ankle was throbbing with pain. He had walked so far on it. It had hurt before, but now it was unbearable. His forehead also stung a little. Reflexively he put a hand on it and winced when he felt a bit of wetness there. He pulled his hand away.
Blood. A lot of it.
No wonder Cody was kind of freaking out about leaving him alone.
Head wounds leave a lot of blood, he reminded himself. It wasn't as bad as it looked. He shut his eyes, willing himself to push any fear to the back of his mind. He was alive. It was okay. It wasn't like he was having any trouble breathing or anything else like that.
A heavy clinking sound drew his attention suddenly.
One of Chris's camera towers swayed in the wind