The Monolith: Chapter FourteenThe room was empty and that made them all smile. No food this time, not even supplies of any kind. It was just an empty room with no door. They room was small so that when they all lied down, their feet touched. That didn’t matter because the exhaustion took over and they all fell deep into the souls of their minds to rest.More Like This
There were no dreams, just a voice that repeated, "One Wish." The voice got louder and when they were awake they noticed the room had grown larger.
"I can't do this anymore."
Everyone was crouched around a single body. It was Simone, and there in the room now ten times the size as it was before was a dead body with the name of Simone.
"Jack! I can't do this anymore," Marina's voice wasn't as pleasant as he had remembered. Her hand was in his, yet he felt nothing. There was no heat, nor any kind of coldness. Perhaps outside he would have even felt a pulse but here like everything else, it felt dead.
Mendy get up like clockwork and began checking the walls. The
The Monolith: Chapter ThirteenSixteen of them stood alive, breathing, some heaving. Mendy and Jack tried to create some kind of structure during this moment to regroup but it was impossible. The teams were in disarray, many were hurt, two had missing limbs and we did what we could to bandage them up. They had lost many supplies and food throughout the last couple of obstacles and sat in shock. Their eyes were glazed; their spirits torn pulled from their bodies and dragged down the rocks outside. They ate what they had, left everything but one bag they used to bandage the hurt, but they were already low on supplies.More Like This
Simone's hand was just a ghostly image now. And Gloria's toes had been smashed so bad she couldn't even walk. It would have been nice if it was a clean cut like Simone's hand, but instead, the flesh and muscle amassed in a flat piece of dying flesh hanging like a jellyfish on the end of her foot.
They ate the only food they had and walked down into the next room like lost civilians after a war had destro