whatIt was the middle of the summer, the hottest day there is. Yet it was particularly windy. Karkat looked on in determination as the breeze whispered in his ear. He closed his eyes and let out a sigh.More Like This
"Are you sure you can do this?" His stegosaurus friend asked him. Karkat looked into his dino-eyes, clouded with sympathy. For a few heartbeats it was silent, nothing but the wind. "Yes." He said at last. They both stared into the abyss that lie beneath them.
"You don't have to, you know. You can just stay here."
"No. I have to."
"LISTEN TO ME!" Karkat interrupted the dinosaur whom I will probably not name because it is a dinosaur. "I am a 4 feet tall mutant. I have no friends. I'm always mad and my family is the worst. I have nothing to loose!"
"Karkat. Your outnumbered. You can't fight off what awaits you down there."
Karkat knew his friend was right. There was too many of them and only one of him. But he knew that he has to defend his rights, his intelligence, his democracy.