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“Aidan, are you sure it’s this way?”
“Pretty sure. Come on, the day’s getting shorter the longer you stand there.”
Aidan led you through the winding streets until you came upon a small shop, flowering desert plants in planter boxes underneath the windows. Stepping inside, you were greeted by racks and shelves of vintage clothing. Not the remakes either; the real deal, which was quite rare these days. In another corner of the store, overlooking the street, was a small café, serving beverages and snacks. You twirled around, taking in the sights, sounds and scents.
“Oh my God, Aidan, how did you know about this place?!” You exclaimed, surprised it even existed.
He rubbed sheepishly at the back of his head. “Actually, I didn’t. I called one of my crew about this, because to be honest, I had no idea of where to go, whatsoever. He’s a real Ladies’ man, so I figured he’d know where to go.” Aidan e
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“Umm…..Sol, what are you doing?”
My eyes could not go any wider, watching as Soldier ran yelling as he gave chase to a seagull squealing loudly. The poor rat with wings was barley able to escape the man’s brutality, flying as fast as he could as Sol ran a few more paces before watching in scorn as it escaped. He then proceeded to pull out his gun and pop a bullet at it, missing by inches.
“Soldier, you can’t shoot on public beaches!” Medic exclaimed, trying to pry the weapon out of the buffer man’s grip. Good thing we were the only group out today on this secluded beach. “Especially not at the wildlife.”
“God damn thing got ahold of my sandwich and nearly made off with it.”
“But that doesn’t mean you can go killing the creature!”
I cackled on the inside. Poor Sol and his sandwich. At
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The fire in the fireplace and the twinkling Christmas lights did little to lighten the mood around the playing table, a few sighs shared and disheartened looks falling onto the worn wood. Everyone was like this, since the Administrator didn’t release us from this hellhole for the holidays and no one was permitted to leave the base, not even to go to town for drinking away the pain.
Instead, we were meant to sit around and do nothing, not even fight since the snowstorm hit a few days earlier and prevented us from releasing our stresses. The only good thing was the generators kept the power up, thanks to Engineer’s brilliance in mechanics. But even that did little to lift the dark spirits in us.
“I hate life.” Scout exclaimed quietly, slumped into his arms.
“I agree completely.” Sniper said, almost falling out of his chair from slouching.
“Aye. Here too.” Spy and Medic conferre