Chapter 7 Pt 2 Ulrich and The HydraChapter 7 Pt 2 Ulrich and The Hydra by optimus304
The elevator door opened slowly, revealing the dark night sky of the outside world. Garbage and debris blew through the factory's main floor like leaves in the wind. Empty soda cans and cardboard boxes tumbled and whirled through the air, eventually fading away into the darkness of the factory. The wind cause the light fixtures over the bridge to shake and tremble as the wind continued to intensify.
William and Jessica peeked out from inside of the elevator as lightning flashed in the dark, black sky, followed by the sound of thunder. The lightning flashed brilliantly and continuously as the storm got closer and closer to the factory.
“Man, that sure is one violent looking storm.” Jessica noted as she shielded her eyes from all the rocks and sand flowing through the air.
William carefully took a step out of the elevator shaft as his shirt rippled through the powerful gust. He looked upwards towards the skyline visible through factory's shattered windows; he spotted glimpses
Chapter 7. pt 1 Ulrich And The HydraChapter 7. pt 1 Ulrich And The Hydra by optimus304
Ulrich And The Hydra
The large eel like creature floated in midair above its startled enemies. Its red and green skin glistened in the golden light of the sector, while its large boney plates and tusks reflected the light off the majestic sky line like the windows of a skyscraper in the falling sunset. Its body slithered and jerked like that of a snake, yet its movements were a little more fluent and fast as compared to that of a python. It was almost as if the creature swam in the deep cold depths of the ocean. Its massive head stayed perfectly still, fixated in one spot as it glared down at its victims menacingly. Its large eye focused on them like that of a predatory animal preparing to pounce and attack its helpless prey. Only this predator was much larger than its prey – almost five times larger than the humans that stood below it. If a creature of this size were to get a hold of any of them, it would mean a much painful trip back to Earth, and possibly even a scar
Chapter 6 part 2. DaredevilChapter 6 part 2. Daredevil by optimus304
Shocked Jeremy sat there, glued to the monitor. Standing behind him were William, Jessica and Sissi, who watched Yumi and Ulrich race towards falling Aelita after Aether's sneak attack.
A small tear formed in Jeremy's eye as he realized that this might be the end if they would not catch Aelita. A sudden thought raced through Jeremy's head. What would happen if Aelita did die? After all that’s happened and his promises to protect Aelita no matter what, what would happen if he couldn’t keep it? What would life be like without her? But he couldn’t give in to those thoughts. It was Aelita's birthday and he had to do something. He would rather damn himself to hell than let the sweet young woman who stole his heart vanish.
Jeremy quickly opened up a window and began to type in the codes and commands to materialize Aelita as fast as possible.
“What are you doing?” William asked.
“I... I gotta save Aelita, I have to!” Jeremy said frantically.
Chapter 6 part 1 DaredevilChapter 6 part 1 Daredevil by optimus304
The winds ripped and teared through the city like a speeding train, echoing between buildings and streets like a breath through a flute, creating an eerie and loud noise. Tree branches whipped and bowed to the powerful gusts like they were paper, even the mightiest of branches and trees surrendered to the storm's mighty power. Several trash cans that lined the many buildings tumbled over with ease like bowling pins as their contents spilled over into the street, spreading the garbage across a wide area.
A large bolt of lightning flashed violently, illuminating the sky as if it was the middle of the afternoon for just a few seconds. Following the bright and powerful bolt of electricity, thunder bellowed from the storm itself like the roar of an angry and ferocious beast, causing almost everything in the city to rattle and shake from its sheer power.
Many residents cowered in fear, taking refuge in basements and hallways away