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Dark Drifters: Chapter 2Chapter 2: Tensions and nervesDark Drifters: Chapter 2 by ~TheOttselMaster
The atmosphere in the bar had changed a little now, Xilon was feeling a little more edge, more then he had been in a long while " I don't like to be involved with things, I’ve Been pinned and hunted down before I don't want that again. I don't feel safe around you.." he bluntly say, his attitude lightly more cautious and a little bitter towards her now, "I hope you work for a respectable person..."
Aeryn simply seemed to shrug the comment off "You don’t have to be afraid of me, if I wanted to kill you we wouldn’t be talking, I make it a habit of not getting socially involved with my, targets"
She looked at the now crowded room "Honestly in this town, I don’t think anyone would care if someone died, it’s all a bit to inconvenient to get involved. The law doesn’t care if they take interest a quick payoff is all that’s needed and the body vanishes, it doesn’t matter who that person is for the right
Dark Drifters Chapter 1CHAPTER 1: Destiny and ChanceDark Drifters Chapter 1 by ~TheOttselMaster
Twilight fell over the city of Kras. The sun wasn't quite down, and the sky was cascaded with orange and red hues, that gave into dark blues and the start of visible stars. The sunset was the only beautiful thing about Kras. The city itself was more of a shadowy place, but different than Haven. Most of the residence in Kras was tougher people that could handle themselves in most fights or on the track in the upcoming sport of Combat Racing. Many had already made a name for themselves in the new blood sport, while others simply became names on a list of the dead and failed.
The dimming sunlight shimmered through a window aquarium and into The Bloody Hook, one of the main social joints of Kras City, the occupants were rough and tough as the city itself. Outsiders were always picked up on immediately as very few from other regions ventured into the city unless it was a matter of life or death.
At the bar there was the usual crowd wanting to get drunk and forg