Kismet“Please.”More Like This
“Then how, Fujin?”
Raindrops clouded his vision as the wind deity stared at his brother less than ten steps across the courtyard, his face wrenched with distress. The storm pummeled down relentlessly on the temple, leaving the duo drenched but unfettered, ignoring the tempest’s onslaught.
Even through the veil of rain he could see Raiden’s broken expression clearly, the vitality sapped from orange eyes, the lines creasing his sallow face, the sickly hand that gripped the medallion loosely between unkempt nails.
“You don’t even know if it will work,” Fujin threw out pathetically. A weak excuse, he knew, but one of the few he had.
“Shinnok knew, Fujin,” his brother called out feebly, his brow furrowed weakly in an attempt to keep the rain out of his dulled eyes. “How else would he have done it?”
A piercing shriek interrupted their exchange from a di
Internal Conflict Chapter 5*This chapter may be a little gory*More Like This
Chapter 5: Retaliation
Kara woke up, her period pain was now so bad that she had to get up to throw up. She ran outside and vomited a few times. Afterward she felt a little better, and went back into the tepee to try and sleep again.
Night woke up to screaming and a malicious laugh. He threw off his pelt cover and ran outside, to see the man who had tried to kill her, Ermac, gripping her throat tightly and holding her a few inches off of the ground.
"Let go of her. So, you have come back to finish what you started like an obedient little servant have you? I will let you know now that I shall never allow that to happen".
One of Night's spirit tomahawks appeared and he threw it into the specter's shoulder, and he prompted dropped Kara, who curled up in the fetal position and coughed. Night growled and prepared to fight the green eyed menace. Ermac flew at him, but Night punched him back down. Ermac flipped up and swiftly dodged all of the s