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Despa fanfic Human clad Monsters sidestory ch. 6Human clad Monsters sidestory Flashback chapter 6Despa fanfic Human clad Monsters sidestory ch. 6 by vampirekiki
It didn't take long for Takeo to find out the underground part of the detested skyscraper was like a maze. He had begun his reach by entering one corridor, being guided by the mysterious thick trace of blood on the bare floor; but very soon, he saw many more corridors spreading before him. Even with his superhuman's sight, Takeo couldn't see the ends of those corridors. Under the fade crimson glow that surrounded him, all of these corridors seemed to be stretching out infinitely into unknown darkness.
Now, it was as though he left one massive maze created by a spiderweb of empty streets and endless corners behind, only to be lured into another maze formed by endless underground corridors.
At this point, the blood drinker had to stop and thought about his next move. He still had no clue about how he had begun his journey in a burning inferno and ended up being in this surreal place.It didn't make any sense. Ever since he first began havi
Lost In the WorldLost In the World by fares002
Katrina sat at the base of the fire place in the living room. The fireplace and surrounding area was made out of fire resistant reddish-brown bricks, adding to the warmth of the fire. The fire itself sent a radiance of warmth outwards throughout the room. Sitting on the brick's that were warmed by the fire just added to the warmth that Katrina felt. Her read hair a fair skin seemed to absorb the organish-red light emanating from the fire. It was cold outside and the cold was trying to seep its way into the house. The fire held the frigid air outside at bay. The living room floor held a brownish colored tile that was able to absorb some of the heat, allowing the house to retain the heat that the fire was giving off. It was really a great way for Katrina not to have shudder the house around the windows and doors. Several book stands complete with various books and puzzles sat at the opposite wall of t
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