The Arbiter - The Raven (Chapter 2)On a warm day I watched a raven perched on a rusted and dented rail beside the shores. Its beading dull eyes glimmered at me with a curious gaze.The sea hugged the grains of sand and crashed among the rocks and the sun's light stretched toward the city of Barcelona. The Raven cat walked toward me and to my surprised, the bird flew to my shoulder. Gently,I pet the bird from the head to the wing. Satisfied, the bird flew toward the trees across the beach. I strode onward with a smile on my face. A text notification rung in my ears. I turn on my phone and the text read:"Te amo hiijo."
The Arbiter - Chapter 1Welcome to the Arbitrary!Four dark words spread across the walls of what it looks like a waiting haul. A large t.v hang on the walls with couches and a table with chairs. A large refrigerator stood in the corner humming in the silent room. I don't remember how I got there but as I think of any past memories it all seem faded and dull. All I can remember is my name and age. To my right an door with black painted words with my name read Dr. Victor Amos"But what a minute, I'm only 15!" I thought.But out of curiosity and the fact there is no exit, my shaking hands grabbed the handle and the door opened silently. The room revealed a black metal desk with a laptop, various sizes and colors of notebooks stacked neatly next to it and pens as well. A large bookshelf stands behind the desk with books stacked neatly. As I observed the books with titles such as Sigmund Freud, Michael Stone, and books on serial killers. My hands picked up a book on Jefferey Dahmer when a clear and sharp flash st