Z-P - Mission 1 DEFENSE p2The children all followed the strange boy - who called himself Radwan - without a single thought. After he had collected his shirt (hidden in a tree, no less), they had headed off some of the group were still wary though.
"So " the younger boy who had stood up for himself, Yed, started. "There's this group called The Harmony," he said, repeating what the boy had told them. "And they are gonna help us?"
Radwan looked at him and grinned. "Correct."
"Why should we trust you?" one of the older girls piped up.
Radwan glanced at her, not saying anything.
"I mean," the girl waved her arms around. "For all you know, you could be working with those other infected, The Teamed or whatever."
"Tamed," Radwan co
The Apocalyptics prologuePrologue
Holly Elliot opened her eyes. She sat up. She glanced around.
Nothing. Like always.
She lay back down on the bed and shut her eyes.
Holly sighed and then opened her eyes again. This time, she glared over at the other bed in the room where her roommate slept peacefully, snoring loudly as she did so. Yeah. When was the last time that had happened for her?
She closed her eyes again but when her roommate snorted again - much louder this time - she resigned herself to the fact that she probably wasn't going to get much sleep tonight. Instead, she shoved off the blankets and stood up. She quietly walked over to the door, stopping only to pick a photo off of her desk, before opening it carefully and then sneaking out into the corridor.
Z-P - Mission 1 DEFENSE p1 He didn't know why he was doing this.
Radwan Stuart watched from above, the dim glimmer of his golden eyes barely visible as hid, concealed by the branches of the tree he was in.
The group of infected stood, wide-eyed and shivering, all in human form as the soldiers approached.
"Alright," the head soldier said in a dead-pan voice. "You come along and none of you will be hurt."
Yeah right, Radwan thought, eyes flashing as he waited.
A few of the younger infected came forward, a couple of older ones accompanying them, whispering comforting words to them to calm them down. Radwan guessed they were all newly infected which is why they seemed too scared to fight back. However, there was one, a boy of about twelve years, who was a little more reluctant.
"No way are we coming with you!" the young boy spat. He looked at t