Hello! I am writing a story (Like many others), and I occasionally write small interactions between characters (Usually when I'm bored). Each scene sets up narratives and dives into backstories as they can be from any point in time. This is purely a collection of each scene and other writings from my ongoing project I would like to share. While most scenes are between 5-10 paragraphs, I may have some that are longer. There are some triggering topics.
I may also post other additions to story, like chapters or longer scenes.
Edit: Description of TT. I think it may help in grasping the stories a little better: Creatures called Supernaturals or Inhumans have inhabited the world ever since its birth. People with second sight called Clairvoyant can see these creatures compared to normal humans, who live in bliss. Demons, who are a type of supernatural, had been thriving in the human world until these clairvoyants learned how to defeat evil. These Clairvoyant keep the balance between good and evil at an equilibrium. Other than demons, there are other Inhumans. Most of them never pose a threat and are on good terms with humans. Some might get corrupted by darkness or demons, and some might hate humans or be hostile.
Dogs of War:
Between: Cerberus and Bane
“You pathetic bitch.” Another blur of claws came at Bane’s face. Fire burned in the eyes of his father, the type that was produced by an arsonist. He slashed at his son with the speed of an angered mama bear. Bane stepped further away from his father, backing himself into a hollow outlet.
His father tried to harm him in a small room, leading his poor son to think he only wanted to talk. The atrocity pack owned this building. The guard dog coterie is what some may call it. It was one of the few nice things their demon cousins gave them. This room served as his father’s private study, but now turned into a bloody fighting rink. Small fissures in the wall mocked him. They showed glimpses of the outside, but Bane was locked in.
“I should have ripped out your eye long ago. I should have killed you long ago!” His father’s voice came with paranoia. “You were supposed to be perfect, but you spoiled that!” His father’s teeth bared. His father held a wide gait and laughed with a hard edge. A set of claws came at Bane, sinking into the flesh on his face. His eyes bolted closed instinctively as the claws passed over. Violent pain webbed through the nerves of his face, and he clutched it in dismay.
Opening his eyes, a film of red clouded his ability to peer out of his right eye. Red was everywhere! The color messed with his mind. A powerful force tugged at the collar of his shirt, his feet sliding off the ground. His father sneered in his face, the viscous red liquid dripping onto his hands. Inertia pulled Bane’s body along as his father flung him against a wall. It crumbled behind him as he fell to the ground. Bane’s body gave off a needle-like shiver.
“Never should have made you my beta, you stupid animal!” Silence overcame the room as the last footsteps echoed far off. Bane lay in a small puddle of his blood, blind and in pain. Intoxicating blood filled the room with its odor. His body ached for relief. It was time to escape. Now.