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In Time of War: Chapter VI
Chapter VI: Bound
When I woke up, I tried to move but my hand and feet were tied, my neck was still aching, "Why do they always go for the neck?" I asked myself out loud, "I should've ducked."
"Yah, you're right. You probably should have ducked, Rikku. The back of the neck is a vulnerability to all humans, a soft spot."
I felt my eyes bulge. I didn't care about the pain anymore, I was scared. His voice wasn't what scared me; in fact his voice was quite young and calming. What scared me was the fact that he knew who I was. I couldn't seem him, I was lying with my back to him and I couldn't roll over.
"I can only assume that it was you tha
In Times Of War: Chapter V
Chapter V: Infiltrate
I opened my eyes and sat up straight. I looked over at Yuki, he was asleep. I leaned towards the front of the car, "Driver, how long until we reach the drop off point?"
"About ten minutes I would think."
I grabbed the bag from Yuki and got ready to leave the car. When the car stopped and Yuki continued to sleep, "Sir, please do your best to not wake him up, it'll be easier on both of us to just let him sleep."
I looked at Yuki, pushed his hair out of his face and kissed his forehead, "I'll be back, I promise."
I pulled up my hair and tucked it inside my hat. I got out of the car and began to walk. It was incredibly
In Times of War: Chapter IV
Chapter IV: Mission
The sun was shining brightly through the window and the pattern of the laces was reflected on the ground by its shadow. I opened my eyes all the way and Yuki was still holding my hand sleeping peacefully and didn't notice that I had fallen asleep with him. I felt myself blushing. I pulled my hand out of his grip slowly and carefully and I walked over to the window, stretching my arms and seeing the city in all its morning glory. Before I could take in too much there was a knock at the door. I walked over to the door.
"Good morning?" I said as a yawn made its way out. It was another woman in white.
"Good morning, breakfa
In Times of War: Chapter III
Chapter III: Prevention
When I opened my eyes, I was on a train. I was resting on Yuki's lap and I was wearing my black uniform and my hat was on the floor in front of me. We were in a train cabin. What? Did I sleep that long? Wait, a dream? I sat up straight and looked around. Yuki was sitting next to me looking out the window. "Where are we?" I asked.
"Well look whose finally awake," he began as he checked his watch, "We're about an hour away, I would think. So not too much fur-" A loud blast shook the train and he stopped, "Did you feel that?"
I got up and hopped over to the next train car. The setup was similar to that of a public bus.
In Times of War: Chapter II
Chapter II: Apology
I woke up and the sun was shining brightly with a couple clouds in the sky. No dream again last night but at least a feeling as to what the weather will be like, it was going to rain. I look at the clock it's 6:30am. I hopped in the shower and got ready for the day ahead. As I was leaving, the sky grew dark and I smiled. I pulled an umbrella out from underneath my bed and started to walk. I figured I should go to breakfast and just hope he'll come. As I left the apartment building, a raindrop fell on my cheek. I looked up and another drop fell on my eyelid; I smiled and opened my umbrella. I took a different way to the ca
In Times of War: Chapter 1
Chapter I: War
I opened my eyes as the sunlight peaked through blinds over the window on the opposite side of the room. I sat up straight, pushed the many strands of long blonde hair out of my face, and then rubbed my eyes. I got up and walked past my mirror and desk to the window on the opposite side of the bed. I opened the blinds and leaned on the window ledge. It was a beautiful November morning and the sun was shining, but I had a sinking feeling about today; something bad was going to happen. Tension between the colonies in the North and East were growing and words that a war would break out were becoming more common. I knew it was goi
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