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    Greyfang and Kai stood, staring dumbfounded at the two before slowly moving their gazes to rest onto the Prince himself. Both shifting to the side, away from the dark man who stood stiffly, staring straight at the male hovering over Vera.


“What do you believe you are doing, Lionheart?” The silence was broken by the rough tone of the dark eyed man who now strode over to the people down on the ground who were still frozen in surprise at the company they now had within the room.


Lionheart moved to scramble away from Vera as Darkfire stalked over to them, intent on doing something. He barely pulled away in time before his Prince’s claws struck down, aiming for him but instead, accidentally hitting the chains instead.


“My Prince, forgive me! I was tending to her wounds!” The white haired man scrambled away again when his Prince’s strike came at him once again.


Darkfire’s attention was fully on his comrade, who was currently dodging his strikes, pleading his case.


With all males distracted with the scrabble over what was going on. Kai stealthily made her way over to Vera’s location, scanning the other female over, taking in the sight of the wounds. Some wrapped, others not.


Vera was busy testing the chain that was struck just a moment ago, easily spying the decent sized slice in the chain link. She smirked darkly, paying little attention to the scrabble going on.


Grasping onto the chain with both hands, she pulled sharply, satisfied when she heard a groan and spotted the metal bend back. Smirking in victory as she freed her one arm of the chain, she swapped her attention to the other, narrowing her eyes at it and filtering through ideas on how to get free of that chain as well.


"Vera, are you alright?" Kai bent down to the other females level, watching as she freed herself from the chain, devilish smirk appearing onto the other's lips.


"Huh, Oh, Kai! You look alright. No one harmed you, right?" Vera turned her attention to  the auburn haired woman who was crouched next to her, now eyeing the warm skin that was raw under the cuffs.


"N-no, I'm fine, it looks like you're not though..." Kai murmured, sending a sharp, watchful glance to the males with in the room, finding one of them missing. Her blood went cold when a icy hand clasped down onto her shoulder, followed by a cool voice whispering right next to her ear.


"Well now, I'm guessing your the demon woman. Pleasure to finally meet you, oh fearless one. Greyfang at your service." He smirked and greedily eyed the small female known as Vera, who was staring at him with a cool fierceness that had his skin almost twitching in excitement.


"At my service, huh? Well then, get your filthy paw off of my friend and kindly do me a favor, release me from this stupid chain of mine." Vera boldly demanded rather hotly, eyes burning with a promise of pain if he did not comply.


Kai immediately felt relief when he let go of her, slipping his hand off her shoulder slowly, even letting it linger slightly before he laughed and suddenly struck, the action had both women tensing. Kai and vera blinked down at the now cut chain, watching as it clattered to the floor, leaving a free Vera.


Greyfang grinned slyly, "Oops, my hand slipped." He shrugged and shook his head. His hair falling into his face, covering his eyes. "Oh no! I can't see! Whatever shall I do?!" He smirked as he spoke dramatically, falling to his knees, hands at his chest in mock horror.


Vera stared at him for a moment while beside her, Kai stood completely bewildered at the randomness of it all. Why would he set her free? Why was he acting like that? Why- She paused, eyes widening in shock at the thought. Was he...


Not a moment later, Vera had her hand in a vice grip and they were off like a burst of whirling wind. Leaving behind unaware prince and guard. They raced down halls, skidding around corners, searching for a way out, well, more like Vera was searching. She at the moment, was pretty much in shock at it all.


The passed few people, who paused and watched them go in stunned surprise.


They turned a corner and spotted large doors, where light came though. Sunlight. At the sight of it, if it was even possible to go even faster, Vera picked up speed, a look of firm determination set on her face, an unwavering look in her eyes as they locked onto the small windows of the doors. So close! Kai felt her heart lift, her mind clear in hope. But at the sight of the  blurred form that suddenly darted right at them from off to the side, it all dropped as dread filled the pit of her stomach. She didn't even have time to yell out a warning before Vera was hit.


"No!" Kai screamed out as she went tumbling to the ground, when she was jerked forward with Vera for a moment before the other girl let go in favor of bracing herself against her attacker.


Scrambling up to her hands and knees, she gasped air back into her lungs as she looked up, seeing how Vera's small form went slamming into a stone wall, hearing the hollow grunt of pain that she let out as she hit then fell to the ground, coughing, trying to gather herself.


Kai's wild gaze shot to their attacker right after, heart hammering in her throat at the sight of a grinning, grey haired man who stood at the ready, excitement shown in his cold silver eyes when he shot a look her way, "Now now, just watch and see how great I am, 'My' little pet!"


He shot toward Vera right after stating that, devilish grin lighting his face. "I'll capture the escapee, take her back to the Prince and in a reward! I'll have what I want!" He laughed as he slammed a clawed hand around Vera's wrist and tugged her forward, reaching for her neck, only to hiss when her claws came down on his chest right after touching her.


Kai watched in horror, hardening her expression and darting to her feet as Greyfang and Vera struggled viciously. "I've had enough of you!" She yelled and slammed into his side, hitting him hard enough to send the two of them tumbling to the ground with the force.


The silver eyed male growled in frustration and stood up, grabbing hold of Kai as he did so, and tugging her to his side, grabbing hold of her delicate neck and harshly bringing his icy lips onto hers, causing her to give a pained gasp in disgust, struggling against his unrelenting hold.


Pulling away, he hissed in a stern voice, "Be a good pet and stay out of the way, I'll give you plenty attention when the prince rewards you to me! You will be mine!" His sneered cooly and moved in to give another harsh kiss to her, only to let out a choking gasp of shock when he found a large hand clasping around the back of his neck, the size wrapping around the entirety of his neck, where it squeezed not a second after latching on.


Kai fell from his grip when he was suddenly yanked upward sharply, causing him to let out a cry of pain as he struggled with in the rough grip set on him. Vera reared back, having moved to ram the attacker only to marvel at the size of the one that now held the opponent in an unforgiving grip.


"Little wolf will never belong to you." A rumbling voice spoke up, edged with a slight hint of underlining anger.


"S-Sundune..." Kai coughed as she and Vera looked up at the towering man, Who stood with an expression of such intensity that it nearly made her wonder if this was the same man who was so kind and gentle to her all this time. He had such a look of unhidden anger that he looked almost feral.


The large male paid little attention to the two female escapees, instead focusing on choking Greyfang’s pale neck that was in his grip, his claws digging into the other males skin with ease.


Vera took the chance to grab Kai's wrist and began tugging her after as she lead them to the doors, feet away from freedom.


Kai took a second to look back at the scene before turning forward, helping throw the doors open. They ran, rushing forward, out into the bright sunlight that showered down on them, encasing them in light, chasing away the darkness that clung to their skin like a cloke.


Freedom.


The two females only paused for a few seconds before they were running again, heading toward the trees.


Hope in them skyrocketed as they got closer and closer.


Kai felt her hand, the one that was clasped in Vera's, jerk, pulling her to a stop with a stumble.

Turning to see what happened, she felt her heart stop and her racing blood freeze with in her veins upon the sight.


Vera had stopped, shocked expression, her focus set on the spear that had pierced through her midsection. Blood glittered in the sun from where it dropped off the tip of the spear.


Kai faintly heard a scream, only to realize it was her own, the ringing in her ears almost drowned out everything else as she watched helplessly as her companion drop to her knees.


Vera choked back a gurgling cough as she gripped the spear, hands staining red as she turned her head jerkily to look over her shoulder, eyes searching for the weapon's owner.


The king himself stood not far away, staring at them with a cold look to his face, looking as if he had just squashed a giant bug, whose insides squirted out all over his shoe.


Faintly, she noticed behind him, the doors thrown open and several people step out. All freezing at the scene in shock. The stupid idiot prince stood with the white haired pervert and the giant male from before, all holding a stunned look on their faces.


Then, chaos erupted when the Prince snarled with such a frightening expression as he turned on his father with no hesitation, anger overcoming him as he attacked the older leader.


This in turn, caused even more shock as everyone's attention turned to the two leaders, father and son battled, one trying to desperately defend while the other outright attacked with fury.


Kai shook out of her shaken state, rushing to help her fallen friend, wincing as Vera gurgled and spat out a curse, standing with the auburn haired womans help.


"What do I do?" Kai questioned, shaken and pale, eyes wandering from the battle going on nearby to the bloodied spear tip that had  went through the smaller female.


"J-just hold it, and pull it out from the back when I say." Vera grunted, pained and shaking, eyebrows furrowed down sharply in a subconscious effort to express her pain.


Kai quickly did as she asked, paying little attention to the blood that was staining her hands. The two, payed no attention to the fight that was raging and those who watched the two males fight.


They had to focus on the injury that was sustained. The sounds of the fight rang out loudly, roaring and snarling clashing against one another forcefully, creating chills to be cast onto everyone near.


This is a fanfiction on Rex and Kai. Characters from a roleplay called Shifting Shadows. Rex belongs to me. Kai belongs to her respective owner, Acromium63. If you are curious about the roleplay or characters, contact me. Or look up our new website.( Shifting Shadows )


She was sure she was seconds from breaking down. She was so close to sinking to the ground and crying her heart out.


She had nowhere to go, no one to trust. He had pull over everyone she knew.


She felt her heart sink lower than it already was.


She really had nowhere to go. She had never felt so lost and alone before, and it was terrifying.


Glancing down at her bulging belly, she bit her lip, struggling to stable her emotions. It wasn’t working that well.


Running a hand through her long auburn hair, the young woman sniffed once and pushed herself off of the side of the building she had currently been leaning heavily against for the past ten minutes, trying to gather herself together after what she had done, had fully hit her.


She wasn’t worried about anyone seeing her near break down. It was late and dark out, no one was around. Sure it was dangerous, but she was just glad she didn’t have to deal with anyone coming to see if she was alright and asking unwanted questions.


She couldn’t deal with anyone right now, she had to find somewhere to stay for the night. Tightening her grip on her backpack, she stumbled off, soon walking normally as she gathered herself together.


Not having much with her, it made the walk easier on her. She was tired, aching and depressed. This certainly wasn't good for her unborn. Even if she was 'his', she still loved her. Nothing would get in between her and her child. She certainly wouldn’t let him have her either! She was not about to let her child be near such a man.


That horrid man! She sniffled again, lightly as she continued to walk slowly along the sidewalk of the city. She blamed her father. He set them up together. He was such a nice person back then. He had been kind and charming and she had stupidly fell for him. Though at first she didn’t want anything to do with him, she wanted to find love on her own, not be handed off to someone her father picked. The jerks!


Men were jerks! Good for nothing...She sighed and sniffed again, her nose feeling numb due to the frosty air. It was winter, still early in the season, but it was certainly cold.

Pulling her jacket tighter around herself, she glanced around, lost. She was new to this city. She had been traveling for a while, making her way through towns and cities, trying to get as much distance between her and that monster of a man as she could.


She stumbled slightly as the toe of her shoe caught in a gap between the sections of sidewalk. Cursing her sucky luck, she tightened her grip on her things and sighed, stopping in front of an ally. The light from the street lamps illuminating the dark alley.


A strange sound made her pause, and slid her attention to the alley she stood in front of. It sounded like a low groan...it was a sound that didn’t belong in the quiet night.


Curiosity and weariness overcame her as she continued to stand there, debating whether or not she should investigate. Scenes from horror movies popped up and she nearly snorted as she slowly made her way into the dimly lit alley way. Absolutely crazy...against her better judgment, she went to investigate.


As she slowly made her way further in, she squinted her eyes when she thought she picked up voices, low and faint, as if they were whispering. Next came the sound of rustling around, sounds that could be only described as struggling.


She had stopped, frozen with the scenarios that went through her head. It could be anything. A couple hiding away from sight to have privacy, a fight going on. But one thing that struck her was what she heard when she had been wandering around the city a few hours before.


There had been a couple of old ladies going about the gang’s increase of activity in the city. The increase of crime within the area, all ranging from robberies, rape, fights, and...killings.


She didn’t have time to turn and run out of the dark alley, because as soon as she finished that thought, there was a person, thrown at her. Yes, actually thrown directly at her. She barely had time to dodge out of the way.


Unable to control the slight shriek she let out in her shock, she stared down at the person who laid at her feet. Her striking blue eyes widening at the sight of blood staining their light colored shirt. Her heart was in her throat, making it hard to breath.


“Tch, looks like we gonna have to get rid of two bodies now, how annoying.” a smooth, cool voice sounded, an undertone of annoyance intertwined with their voice. Her eyes darted up just in time to watch three men slip out of the darkness and into the dim light, irritation settled on their faces.


She had been expecting leering looks, not irritated ones. But it only informed her that these men weren’t your ordinary men from gangs, the ones who when seeing a woman all by her lonesome, would act with the hormones rather than anything else.


These men were far more dangerous than normal men. She spied the strange necklaces they had on, all three having the same symbol on it. It only made her heart race faster, feeling as though there was a race horse pounding away in her chest.


These men were out to kill, nothing else in mind other than to get rid of the witness the fastest way possible.


Her life had just become more complicated than it already was.


The words spoken next made her speeding heart skip a beat with her rising dread.


“Get her, end her. Make it quick, we have to report back.” The leader had spoken, she didn’t have much time to scan him over, but the strangeness of his hair had caught her attention. It was a light grey color, standing out amongst the darkness of the alley way.


“Aye, Aye captain.” One of the other men has replied in a light, almost mocking tone before strutting forward, followed by the other man who had been standing off to the side, quietly, but ready for action.


She turned to run, knowing she wouldn’t get far in her state but still trying none the less. They were faster than her, anticipating her movements and catching her arms easily. She let out a scream, only to have her mouth covered roughly by a large hand that was unyielding to her slight struggling to get away.


She heard the distinct ‘slnk’ of metal and screamed into the hand, her heart pounding in overwhelming panic.


“Oi.” As soon as that voice sounded, the hands left her in a rush and she dropped to the ground on her hands and knees, shaking and terrified.


She made herself look up at the men who now stood stiffly at her sides, bodies set in a stiff stance, faces set in a tight, uncertain, uneasy expression as they looked off somewhere else, attention totally off of her at the moment.


Unconsciously, she turned her head and searched for what had them stop so fast. Her blue gaze sliding onto a new person who had suddenly appeared from the darkness. She took a moment to dart her gaze over to the man with grey hair, seeing his look of unease and...slight shimmer of fear.


Seeing his fear, it only peaked her own and nearly caused her to hyperventilate. She was going to die! She was so sure her life was just minutes away from ending. What did she do to deserve this?!


“Your stinking up my turf, filthy skunks.” Her eyes darted back to the newcomer, wide eyed and surprised. As seeing the men’s reactions before, she had believed this man was higher than them, perhaps their leader. Now...with that sentence, it didn’t seem like that was the case. So then...what exactly was going on now?


She stiffened when his eyes lowered to lock onto her. Dark eyes...they looked black, but then again he was in the shadows. It was hard to see any definitions on him. His hair was dark as well...it looked almost ‘inky’ as he stood there surrounded by the shadows of the alley, as if he was apart of the darkness as well.


It was eerie the way he seemed to command their attention, command ‘her’ attention. Like her eyes were automatically drawn to him, without her control.


“We are just taking care of some business, Schatten.” The grey haired man snapped out in a hurry, backing up to where he had placed himself beside her, in place of one of the men who had once occupied the spot.


She let out a slight gasp as her head was yanked back suddenly, a hand in her hair keeping her in that uncomfortable position, causing her neck to ache.


“We want no confrontation with you, we only want what is ours.” There was cold metal pressed against her throat then, as he ended that sentence. Her panic rose higher the longer that blade lingered on her skin. She could do nothing, she was helpless...These men didn’t even care that they were going to end an unborn’s life...how monstrous. They were worse than her husband.


So, Instead, she stared up at the darkness of the sky. It was cloudy, and it looked as though there was a storm coming.


Would it hurt? Of course it would. Would it be quick? Yes, no doubt. They wanted to end it quickly from the beginning. She let herself get sucked away by the night sky, watching the clouds darken even more than already possible. She felt faint. Was she passing out? No…


It was then, that a sound equivalent to a startled yell, echoed in the alley, startling her back from the darkness that had been enclosing around her. She didn’t see what happened, because no sooner than did she focus on the world again, was she released and shoved to the side. It startled her. Not because of the sudden action, because of how they did it. It wasn’t harsh, It wasn’t done carelessly. It had been gentle…


She looked up then, trying to asses the situation and found herself startled.


In the span of a few seconds, two men were taken out and the grey haired man was pinned to the wall of the alley way, held up by his neck.


The one holding him….the newcomer.


It was still hard to get any details of him, except the obvious strength he possessed.


He didn’t even have to say anything. All he did was stare at the grey haired male for a moment before the man flinched and cowered away from him the best he could while held the way he was, steel grip on his throat.


The man she thought had been scary and horrid was now a sputtering mess in the grip of the stranger.


The man’s voice was low, cold and unforgiving. It made her heart stop at the sound and tone of it. It came out in a low rumble, almost sounding like a growl. It sent chills down her spine.


“Your’s?” He turned his head slightly to send a glance her way, causing her to cringe. A thought crossed her mind. Why hadn’t she run away yet…? She found for some reason, she couldn’t, she was too petrified. Even if she was to run, who was to say they wouldn't come after her to kill her then…? Yep, she was doomed. “Say’s who?” He questioned, turning his back to set his gaze full onto the one he had captive. Unbeknownst to her, his grip tightened painfully, with his question.


The grey one seemed to falter as he sputtered out incoherent gibberish. He coughed and wheezed, grabbing at the hand holding him hostage that was currently, very slowly tightening, cutting off his precious air supply.


The man didn’t even get to say a word before he was hacking for air desperately, not five seconds later, he went limp as his eyes rolled into the back of his head. He was lost to the world.


She could only gape, her eyes following as the limp body was released, watching as it slid down against the wall before the knees buckled and it went falling forward, plopping onto the cold, hard ground with a dull ‘thump’.


He killed him...right in front of her...oh god, she was next!


Unfortunately, she still couldn’t command her body to move. So there she sat, shivering with fright and panic, face and fingers numb due to the cold. Her wide, horror struck blue eyes locked onto the body of the grey haired man, who now lay limply on the freezing ground.


“He isn’t dead.” She held back a frightened, surprised gasp, eyes snapping up to look at the speaker. His face was still hidden in shadows, just as most of his body was.


A clap of thunder sounded, but was lost with her, as she swept her eyes down again, staring at the man that had been choked. He was right. The man was breathing, slowly, but breathing none the less. Her eyes slipped to the other men who lay unmoving along the ground like their leader. Their sides and back moved slowly, they were all unconscious.


“Your bleeding.” The statement gave her a start and she looked up, searching the shadow’s where his face was, her hand reaching up to touch her neck, swiping across the place where the knife was held against. Bringing her hand up to her face, she peered at the smear of blood on her fingers, unsure. It wasn’t much, not anything life threatening, but there was a good amount.


“There’s a clinic down the street, take a left at the light and its a few buildings over.” With that said, he turned and slipped away, shadows swallowing him up until you could barely see him as he walked away.


It started to rain. It wasn’t soft or just a shower, it was heavy downpour. Like the heavens just released everything it had been bottling up.


It somehow reminded her of herself. She let loose everything, tears started to stream down her face in uncontrollable streams, mixing in with the rain that dripped down her face, soaking her completely.


It was then that she found she could move again. She did. She stood up shakily and let loose a sob as she did so. She had pictured herself turning and running out of the alley, and down the street in relief to be alive.


It was safe to say, it startled her that she ran forward. Diving into the shadowed darkness of the alley and grasping onto the dark figure blindly. If it startled her, It certainly startled him. Who could blame him. He was expecting to walk away, expecting her to go running away as soon as he had turned to leave, expecting to dismiss the whole situation that happened and never see her again.


He wasn’t expecting to have her charge him blindly and grab him, clinging to him as if her life depended on it.


His eyes shot down sharply, shocked at the actions she took. She looked up then. A flash of lightning illuminated the area. Their eyes met and he stared down at her teary face, her watering eyes that seemed to want to cry a river. He realized then, She had been filled to the brim with bottled up emotion. If she wasn’t before this, she certainly was now. As to be expected with what just happened. She had been seconds away from having her neck slit open.


They stared. Her mouth open in a silent plea, even if she didn’t know what she was pleading for.


A clap of thunder roared overhead as the pounding rain beat against anything and everything. Lightning struck again, and she peered up at the face of the man who had saved her, finding herself strangely fascinated.


The light of the lightning only lasted a few seconds, but it was enough time for her to see him. She saw those dark brown eyes which stared down into her own teary blue gaze. She saw the dark brown of his hair which only darkened to an almost black color due to the drenching rain. She saw his skin color, a healthy tan color, slick with the rain that ran down his face. She saw his expression of controlled surprise and bewilderment.


She let out a sob when he pulled away from her then. A heart wrenching sound. She reached out again, but paused when she felt something being tossed onto her head and shoulders. She coughed back a sob and looked up again, her eyes searching his, once again, shadowed face. A thick jacket had been placed onto her shivering form.


He turned and started walking again, and she, just as before, lunged, grabbing hold of his arm with her own and clinging to him. She was an emotional mess right now. Though one thing was certain, something told her to stick with him. It was a tug toward him that she didn’t feel before because of her panic and overwhelming fear. She didn’t hesitate in obeying it and clinging to him for dear life.


Surprisingly, he didn’t react, he didn’t push her away. He passively allowed her to grab his arm and huddle close to him, walking with him as he continued on his way through the dark alley.


There were no words passed between them as they walked. He lead, she followed.


Little did she know that he was wandering though his thoughts. Wondering what it was that had him come out here at this time of night. Whatever it was, it was the same with what had him allowing this strange woman cling to him like so, allowing her to follow him. It was the same feeling that whispered to keep her safe. It was a tug of something at his insides. Perhaps instinctual?


Whatever it was, it had his attention from the first moment he felt the strange feeling.


They kept the silence even after they entered an apartment. Finding refuge from the pouring rain. Each too taken with trying to figure out their own thoughts.


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It was silent as he tended to her wound. Both were in dry clothes. He had wordlessly left her in the living room as soon as they walked into the apartment, disappearing down a hallway and into a room. She had stood there silently, glancing around uncertainty.

Easily seeing the place as being a man’s. It was bare, the walls a light cream color. There were no decorations sitting around, no pictures hanging on the bare walls. All in all, it was dull and boring. Though, she felt a light comfortable feeling that floated around. It calmed her. It felt safe here.


Shifting from foot to foot, she continued to observe the things in the room, eyes scanning over the dark couch that sat nearby, the low coffee table right in front. There really wasn’t much.


He had come back after a while, bearing a dark red towel in one hand and a set of dry clothes in the other. He had dried off and changed.


She took the towel with a soft ‘thank you’, before wrapping it around herself after he took his jacket back. He gave a slight jerk of his head. She guessed it was a signal to follow him. She did so, following him down the hall and walking into a bathroom.


She had watched him as he laid the jacket over the side of the tub, setting it on top of his wet clothes that he had taken off.


He left her then, walking out and closing the bathroom door behind him, leaving her to change.


They were his clothes. The shirt and pants were big and baggy. Luckily, the pants had strings to tighten them. The shirt was big and fit her with her bulging stomach. The scent that encased the clothes and her, it was soothing, it felt free. It wasn’t like the strong cologne that her husband would always spray on himself. This scent, it was natural, wild. It smelt welcoming.


She shook herself from her thoughts and set the wet clothes besides his on the tub. Turning and opening the door, only to discover that the dark haired man was leaning quietly against the wall next to the door.


The moment she had opened the door wide enough to see him, his gaze had raised from the ground to lock onto her’s. The small, simple action made something in her flutter at the knowledge that he was staring at her. It was strange….different from what she felt…


She took a step back when he pushed himself off of the wall and walked into the bathroom, brushing past her, grabbing her upper arm as he did so.


Holding back a startled squeak at the feel of his hand on her, she allowed him to pull her back from the door and backed her up against the sink counter. That was the start of him tending to her wound on her neck.


Now, she stood there silently, pretty much withering in the silence that had followed them about since the moment she clung to him. The silence was killing her. Was she suppose to say something? Was he? It didn’t seem like he was going to start talking out of the blue…


What do you say to someone like him...he was intimidating, he took out three guys. Gang affiliated guys! Guys that killed someone! Now that she thought about it...they were quite anxious and frightened at the sight of him...Did he belong to a gang too? A scarier, more dangerous one.


He saved her though...Gah! Too many questions and not enough answers available.


“Kai…” Her tone was hesitant and low, but it was stated firmly. She watched closely as her savior glanced up at her, taking his dark eyes away from the bandage that he had placed along her wound. He keep his silence and simply observed her.


Wanting to get a response from him, She clarified.


“My name. Its Kai. Kai Otoshina.” She held his gaze bravely, trying to ignite a response but only having him move to put away everything he had gotten out to fix her wound up.


The auburn haired woman quietly watched as he close up the cabinet after having put away his things. Her blue eyes following as he moved to the door, seconds from disappearing out of it and into the hallway. He stopped though, before he walked out, turning his head slightly to the side where he could glance back at her from the corner of his eye.


“Rex Schatten. There’s a room at the end of the hall. Use it.” He had spoken, his deep, but smooth voice had drummed into her ears with an undertone of...what could only be called a rumble. There was an ounce of a cold tone, but it was nothing compared to from before when he had spoken in such a dark icy tone that it had chilled her to the bones.


Before she could utter another word, he left, leaving her standing there alone while he could be heard walking down the hall and opening then closing another door.


Her shoulders slumped slightly and she leaned back against the sink counter while trying to pull her eyes away from where he once stood. Did he really just leave her here...like it was nothing. She could have been a thief for all he knew! Yet he just walked off, seemingly not caring at all if he had left a thief alone in his home unattended...


Not that she was one! No way could she bring herself to steal at all. Either he was extremely confident that she wouldn't cause any trouble or he was just plain stupid and too trusting....She was going to say it was the confidence rather than the too stupid choice.


Kai sighed softly and unconsciously brought a hand to rest on her stomach. It was late and she was finding it harder and harder to shake off the urge to sleep. Quietly, she pushed herself off the the counter and softly stepped out of the bathroom, looking down the hall to the door that most likely held the man named Rex, before turning and making her way to the door that belonged to the room he had said, well more like demanded, she use.


She couldn't resist the urge to sleep any longer.


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The sounds of sizzling filled the kitchen air with the promise of cooking food. Currently it was six in the morning, far too early for him to be getting up, but the sounds of someone moving around in the apartment awoke him and gave him a start before he remembered who he had brought here last night.


Though before he remembered, he was trying to get his head to start up, asking himself, who on earth would have the guts to break into 'his' home and rummage around through 'his' things. Everyone that knew him wouldn't ever dare, and those who didn't, would have been warned by others that lived in the area, as they knew if that happened, no one would escape his wrath. He was not one to be messed with.


Releasing a sigh, he ran a hand over his face and though his hair before sitting up and getting out of bed. He went through the motions of finding his shirt and putting it on before slipping out the door and wandering down the hall, heading to where the noise was coming from, taking a moment to pause and sniff the air before moving forward once again.


He quietly stepped into the kitchen, eyes searching and landing on his target. He took in the sight of the woman, eyeing her rounded stomach before moving to assess her condition. Seeing that she seemed fine, he leaned against the side of the counter in the middle of the kitchen, not far from where she was working.


He simply observed her while trying to think what he was to do with the woman. He probably should just escort her out of the area and then leave her on her own...


Dark brown eyes darted to her abdomen, narrowing in calculation. Perhaps the hospital...either it was just him or she seemed to be at the end of her pregnancy. Eh, perhaps it was just him, what did he know about a woman being pregnant anyway...


Ah, seemed his intense gaze gathered her awareness of him watching her, she tensed up. Just as he opened his mouth to speak, she whipped around, unfortunately, he didn't catch her hand tightening on the handle of the frying pan she was currently cleaning after having finished cooking.


Next thing he knew he was hit in the face with a hard metal frying pan which sent him reeling back, hands rushing up to cover his face as he grunted in shock. There was a painful ringing in his ears and his head was spinning. Well then....this was the first time he was ever hit with a kitchen utensil. Ah, he tasted blood...


Kai, who gathered who she hit wasn't anyone who was trying to hurt her, gasped and dropped the frying pan onto the ground, causing a loud 'clang', as she hastily rushed over to her savior and sputtered out her apologies while trying to tug away his hands from his face to see the damage, panicking.


As she felt she rightfully should, He took out those gang guys easily and scared them pretty badly. In her books, that means he was a dangerous man. Oh man, she was dead now! He had a reason to kill her!


"Oh god, I'm so sorry! I panicked, I thought you were one of those guys from last night! I'm sorry, oh god, I'm so sorry!" Was she hyperventilating, It felt like it. Was it her or did she feel faint...


He moved, straightening up and grunting, she shrunk back in fear, biting her lip, brow scrunched up in worry. "Damn, what the hell..." His mutterings were easily caught by her as she watched with bated breath as he slowly rubbed his face, fingers lingering along his nose as he blinked a few times before settling his sharp eyes on her. Being on the receiving end of his glare, she now knew why those men before were so frightened. Those dark eyes stared into your soul as soon as you looked into those dark depths. Simply locking eyes with his own made you pause, the feel of a shiver running down your spine as soon as you caught that gaze. A simple glance and you were pinned down, your own body shut down as if those eyes had sucked all the life from you.


Oh god, this man...what was he? Was he even human?


He moved then. Dark eyes releasing her as they shifted downward, landing on the forgotten and abused pan that sat idly on the ground. He snorted. Women and their weapons...

Narrowing his eyes, he huffed under his breath as he let his hands fall from his face, bending down to pick up the kitchen item, noting the way the woman -what was her name, ah, Kai- flinched and discretely stepped away, noticeable traces of wariness and fear flickering across her face, mixing with her worry.


Straightening up, he raised the pan slowly and eyed her reaction as he did so, unimpressed when she bit her lip and scrunched up her brows as she shuffled away, fear moving her.


Kai held back a sharp gasp when he suddenly flicked his wrist, sending the pan into the air, rotating before catching it again rather easily, the handle toward her. Startled, she glanced up, blue eyes flicking around on his face to assess his expression, only to catch emptiness that was etched into his unmoving scowl.


Nibbling at the inside of her cheek, she took a chance and reached out, hesitantly reflecting in her actions as she carefully grasped the handle and took the full weight of the pan into her hands as he let go, hand falling to his side. He simply stared at her, causing her to do the same, eyes staring at him, trying to get a grasp on what he was thinking only to end up empty handed. His expression let nothing through. It was like he was simply stone. His eyes were cold and unfeeling, sharp and piercing as he stared at her. His expression was still, set in a never ending scowl.


"You know where it goes." His voice gave her a start and she blinked in surprise, before nodding and lowering her eyes slightly as she thought out her words before speaking.


"I- well I made some breakfast..."she motioned to the counter in the kitchen, eyes flicking up to see his expression, "if you're hungry."


He simply turned to glance at where she gestured to, glancing at the food filled plates before flickering his eyes back her way, momentarily shifting them downward from her face and toward her abdomen.


He turned and started to make his way out of the kitchen, tossing out a response from over his shoulder as he left. "Not hungry."


She was then left alone in the kitchen, frying pan still held loosely in her hand as she stood for a moment, eyes staring at the doorway that he disappeared through. Strange, why did it feel so cold now that he was gone…?


Windcall’s recall of what happened to his mate

Love You Forever


It was a very vivid memory. One that he would never forget...it would haunt him throughout his life, and probably even his afterlife. He was born into a high rank, his parents were Lords of the western lands, the plains, where the phantom pride ruled and roamed freely, without worry and lived in peace. They were felines of air and speed, their features pale and soft, to blend in with the area around them.

His parents, the leaders before him, were peaceful and gentle, well known for their soft spoken words and gentle hands. Like him, they disliked to fight or argue with others and they were very understanding.

When he came into power, his parents were elderly and had soon died due to a sudden sickness. Even to this day, he, nobody really knew what it was. It shut down their organs slowly and made it painful in their last days. They had died at the same time, their hands intertwined together, a symbol of how much they loved one another.

He was glad they found peace and with each other. Until time's end, they were together, standing side by side like they had always done.

He couldn't remember crying. He rarely did. It strangely wasn't in him to cry. He could feel sorrow and pain, but he never felt the need to cry. It was when he had lost his mate, when he realized he couldn't stop crying.

They had met when he was on one of his walks to visit amongst his people. He usually did it everyday, he would be seen wandering down from the pale colored castle and down the walkways in the kingdom. He had accidentally bumped into someone while trying to help an elder pick up her things that she had dropped when she had stumbled. He was a young man then, but treated like an elder leader due to his wisdom for his young age. He had often helped console others when he was younger, which had given him the nickname 'Spirit', as if he was a good spirit that went around and has seen the world. As he grew older, he was called 'The Gentle Wind' due to his gentle mannerisms and words.

She was just a young girl then, her black hair and bright yellow eyes were startling and strange. As with in the kingdom, the people had pastel colors. It was uncommon to see such coloring born with in the area. So it meant she wasn't from the pride.

He remembered how her bright eyes stared up at him darkly, the frown on her face almost frightening coming from the young girl. What she had said to him shocked him, 'Watch it!' She pretty much all but spat at him, baring her teeth at him and then surprising him when she stomped down on his foot, effectively making him wince at the sudden burst of pain.

She spun around and stalked off right after that, head held high in the air. It was almost funny to see her go walking off like that for some reason. It was cute. It made him smile despite her behavior.


They had met several times after that, always, mysteriously, bumping into one another every time he was out, patrolling. He honestly thought it was fate that kept throwing them at one another. Gradually, they got to know one another and she lost her ire with him when seeing he wasn't one to get upset and angry. Always gentle and understanding, very respectful. It was something she was not used to, but reluctantly welcomed the chance to know someone as such.

Years passed, they became good friends. She told him of her life, so different from his, so troubled and twisted that she often forgot where she was and who she was with now. It seemed she would never be able to get rid of those undesirable memories of hers.

Over the time they had known each other was when he found out how his feelings has began to shift from simple friendship to something more. It all began to change, the way he looked at her, how he saw her, how he thought of her. He fell in love.

He knew though, she wasn’t ready for that. So he settled for tucking those feelings away until the right time, for now, he just needed to be that friend who would listen and support her whenever she needed.

It was safe to say, it was unexpected when she had suddenly kissed him with such care that he could practically taste her passion and love in that moment.

They had been relaxing just on the edge of the castle wall, pointing and eyeing out stars that made certain shapes, playing a game of such. It was a nice night, the moon was visible and it was a clear sky, the stars shined brightly. He had been smiling and chuckling at something that she has said about spying a strangely disproportionate rabbit in the stars. Next thing he knew, there were soft hands cupping his face followed by rose petal soft lips that pressed so lightly against his own, with such care but firm feeling that it was unmistakable.

He nearly swallowed his tongue in surprise at the sudden burst of love that came from her, she had forced it into the kiss with such gentle movements that it absolutely took his breath away.

When she had pulled away, she simply offered a smile that made his heart quiver at the emotion behind it. "I love you."

He remembered how he moved so suddenly after that, she was no doubt startled when he moved forward to embrace her in a warm, gentle hug, breathing out the same words, the words that caused her to suddenly laugh before crying, words that caused her to cling to him like he was the most important thing in her life.

They became mates soon after, instigated by her. She had practically forced the idea, knowing he would only accept if she was sure she wanted it.

"But-" He had started off after hearing her demand, unsure as to if it was really what she wanted.

"No. Windcall, Please..." She whispered, grabbing his face in her hands and pulling his head down so she could press her forehead against his, peering into his soft red eyes, eyes that had always looked at her with such gentleness, even before he knew her, even when she had done nothing but snap and throw insults his way. Eyes that made her fall in love with him all over again.

She loved his eyes, the way they would shine with gentle mirth when he laughed with her, the way they would glow so softly in the dimness of the night as they sat outside talking and enjoying the night air. He always wore his heart on his sleeve, never truly hiding anything, his eyes gave it all away. She loved him so much it almost hurt.

It hurt to be away from him, even if it was for a few minutes. It was why she was the one who was always seeking him out, she loved how he always accepted her company with a gentle smile and a light friendly greeting every time he saw her.

"Make me belong, please...make me belong somewhere, I need to belong by your side...Make me yours." She kissed his lips, over and over again with small kisses as she spoke in between them, "Take my soul and tie it to yours, take my heart and hold it forever in your gentle hands, Love me forever so that even in the afterlife, we will once again meet and reunite as one. Allow me to do the same to you."

He couldn't say no, not that he even wanted too.

The day she died was when she was out hunting, He didn't know why, until later.

It had been a good day, everything was calm and beautiful. He never had the sense that something horrible would happen that day.

He had been looking for her, having just getting back from a meeting with another leader. Having to ask around to be able to get a clue at where she had disappeared too, He set out when he heard his mate had set out into the forest a while ago, seemingly going to hunt. Wandering a while, trying to pick up traces of her scent, as she was rather good at slipping away and hiding when she wanted too.

He dropped to his knees not a second later after having got a slight whiff of her scent, Hand clutching his throat as it burned and throbbed painfully. "NO!" He didn't hear himself shout out as he clambered to his feet and took off, His instincts guiding him along as he called out for his mate. She was injured. She was in danger.

Bursting through the trees and bushes in his way, he darted along, heart racing and chest constricting with rising panic and fear for his loved one. His ever calm, complacent self, disappearing at the feel of pain from his mate. He came upon a sight he would never to be able to erase from his mind. It scorched through his being and caused his heart to drop as his body froze over as he attacked.

His claws sliced right into the male that held his mate within his jaws, Fangs buried into her pale, soft throat, holding her there as she weakly struggled to make him release her, strength slowly disappearing, abandoning her, forever.

Her now pale skin, due to loss of blood, haunted him, would haunt him forever. It was something else to see the life of the one you hold so dear, to slowly fall away from you, life sputtering out like a flame, soon disappearing, losing that warmth that you always associated them with.

His mates attacker finally released his grip on her, jaws falling open and turning his way. Needless to say, he didn't think twice as he struck. Sending his clawed hand back in a slap, the back of his hand meeting the rogue's face. Blood flew through the air sharply as he watched the males lower jaw rip right from his being and shoot into the air, soon slamming into a looming tree not far, smacking into it with a loud audible 'thack!' before it bounced off and fell to the leafy ground. Rolling to a stop on dry leaves.


The jaw-less man stumbled in shock before falling back, body twitching as he underwent shock, gurgling uselessly as he stared up at the white haired, red eyed demon standing above him with that detached look on his face as he stared down at the withering form of the rouge. Flexing out his hand, claws glinting eerily in the sunlight that came through in slivers through the trees above them.

He walked over to his mate, eyes dulling as he felt the life slip slowly from her, soon she would leave him alone. And he would wander though his life once again, alone. Where he would emerge himself in his duties to cope, giving his calm, gentle smile to those around him. Shooing away their concern.

Her yellow eyes, still so beautiful even as they dulled. He dropped to the ground and carefully pulled her limp body into his arms, settling her head to set comfortably against his shoulder as he brushed his cheek along her forehead gently, hearing her uttered words of apologies as tears slowly leaked down her paling cheeks, "I'm sorry." She jerked, blood streaming from her throat and side, staining his white clothes as she weakly clung to him, both of them knowing her fate.

He simply held her closer, bloody, yet gentle hands running through her dark hair, the red staining the black of her hair, making it shiny, it glimmered slightly in the streams sunlight that fell down on them, seeming to try and offer its comfort. "There is nothing to be sorry for..." he murmured lightly, setting his head lightly on her own, content to sit there at her side as she slowly left him.

She weakly shook her head, her eyes closing slowly as her sight had long since blurred together before going white. "I am sorry...for you will lose two, now...wanted..." her words became choppy as she tried to speak, "...m-ke...pr-d, hap-ap...y..." Red eyes closed as he listened, Piecing together her words as she finally slipped away from him. Leaving him feeling empty and cold. Pain stung agonizingly inside him. He, not only lost his mate, but the growing life that they had created together.

It was only then...he found tears upon him. As the sun shined down at them, causing the falling tears to glitter, proclaiming their presence then and there.

Looking back on it now. He knew he felt something that day as he continued to sit with her, a ghostly touch had slipped over his face lightly, offering a flicker of warmth as it fell slipped over his cheek lightly, trailing down to his lips and chin, until it lingered a moment before it was gone. Like it had never been there to begin with.

Looking over his kingdom now, a light, gentle smile settled onto his face as he watched children run and play with one another. He will watch over them, continue on with his life. Loss is a lesson. It teaches you what you need to learn and how to handle it. It makes you stronger. He will be strong for his pride, his kingdom, his future.

Beside him, His loyal guards stand, willing to lend their strength in order to achieve what is needed.



    Greyfang and Kai stood, staring dumbfounded at the two before slowly moving their gazes to rest onto the Prince himself. Both shifting to the side, away from the dark man who stood stiffly, staring straight at the male hovering over Vera.


“What do you believe you are doing, Lionheart?” The silence was broken by the rough tone of the dark eyed man who now strode over to the people down on the ground who were still frozen in surprise at the company they now had within the room.


Lionheart moved to scramble away from Vera as Darkfire stalked over to them, intent on doing something. He barely pulled away in time before his Prince’s claws struck down, aiming for him but instead, accidentally hitting the chains instead.


“My Prince, forgive me! I was tending to her wounds!” The white haired man scrambled away again when his Prince’s strike came at him once again.


Darkfire’s attention was fully on his comrade, who was currently dodging his strikes, pleading his case.


With all males distracted with the scrabble over what was going on. Kai stealthily made her way over to Vera’s location, scanning the other female over, taking in the sight of the wounds. Some wrapped, others not.


Vera was busy testing the chain that was struck just a moment ago, easily spying the decent sized slice in the chain link. She smirked darkly, paying little attention to the scrabble going on.


Grasping onto the chain with both hands, she pulled sharply, satisfied when she heard a groan and spotted the metal bend back. Smirking in victory as she freed her one arm of the chain, she swapped her attention to the other, narrowing her eyes at it and filtering through ideas on how to get free of that chain as well.


"Vera, are you alright?" Kai bent down to the other females level, watching as she freed herself from the chain, devilish smirk appearing onto the other's lips.


"Huh, Oh, Kai! You look alright. No one harmed you, right?" Vera turned her attention to  the auburn haired woman who was crouched next to her, now eyeing the warm skin that was raw under the cuffs.


"N-no, I'm fine, it looks like you're not though..." Kai murmured, sending a sharp, watchful glance to the males with in the room, finding one of them missing. Her blood went cold when a icy hand clasped down onto her shoulder, followed by a cool voice whispering right next to her ear.


"Well now, I'm guessing your the demon woman. Pleasure to finally meet you, oh fearless one. Greyfang at your service." He smirked and greedily eyed the small female known as Vera, who was staring at him with a cool fierceness that had his skin almost twitching in excitement.


"At my service, huh? Well then, get your filthy paw off of my friend and kindly do me a favor, release me from this stupid chain of mine." Vera boldly demanded rather hotly, eyes burning with a promise of pain if he did not comply.


Kai immediately felt relief when he let go of her, slipping his hand off her shoulder slowly, even letting it linger slightly before he laughed and suddenly struck, the action had both women tensing. Kai and vera blinked down at the now cut chain, watching as it clattered to the floor, leaving a free Vera.


Greyfang grinned slyly, "Oops, my hand slipped." He shrugged and shook his head. His hair falling into his face, covering his eyes. "Oh no! I can't see! Whatever shall I do?!" He smirked as he spoke dramatically, falling to his knees, hands at his chest in mock horror.


Vera stared at him for a moment while beside her, Kai stood completely bewildered at the randomness of it all. Why would he set her free? Why was he acting like that? Why- She paused, eyes widening in shock at the thought. Was he...


Not a moment later, Vera had her hand in a vice grip and they were off like a burst of whirling wind. Leaving behind unaware prince and guard. They raced down halls, skidding around corners, searching for a way out, well, more like Vera was searching. She at the moment, was pretty much in shock at it all.


The passed few people, who paused and watched them go in stunned surprise.


They turned a corner and spotted large doors, where light came though. Sunlight. At the sight of it, if it was even possible to go even faster, Vera picked up speed, a look of firm determination set on her face, an unwavering look in her eyes as they locked onto the small windows of the doors. So close! Kai felt her heart lift, her mind clear in hope. But at the sight of the  blurred form that suddenly darted right at them from off to the side, it all dropped as dread filled the pit of her stomach. She didn't even have time to yell out a warning before Vera was hit.


"No!" Kai screamed out as she went tumbling to the ground, when she was jerked forward with Vera for a moment before the other girl let go in favor of bracing herself against her attacker.


Scrambling up to her hands and knees, she gasped air back into her lungs as she looked up, seeing how Vera's small form went slamming into a stone wall, hearing the hollow grunt of pain that she let out as she hit then fell to the ground, coughing, trying to gather herself.


Kai's wild gaze shot to their attacker right after, heart hammering in her throat at the sight of a grinning, grey haired man who stood at the ready, excitement shown in his cold silver eyes when he shot a look her way, "Now now, just watch and see how great I am, 'My' little pet!"


He shot toward Vera right after stating that, devilish grin lighting his face. "I'll capture the escapee, take her back to the Prince and in a reward! I'll have what I want!" He laughed as he slammed a clawed hand around Vera's wrist and tugged her forward, reaching for her neck, only to hiss when her claws came down on his chest right after touching her.


Kai watched in horror, hardening her expression and darting to her feet as Greyfang and Vera struggled viciously. "I've had enough of you!" She yelled and slammed into his side, hitting him hard enough to send the two of them tumbling to the ground with the force.


The silver eyed male growled in frustration and stood up, grabbing hold of Kai as he did so, and tugging her to his side, grabbing hold of her delicate neck and harshly bringing his icy lips onto hers, causing her to give a pained gasp in disgust, struggling against his unrelenting hold.


Pulling away, he hissed in a stern voice, "Be a good pet and stay out of the way, I'll give you plenty attention when the prince rewards you to me! You will be mine!" His sneered cooly and moved in to give another harsh kiss to her, only to let out a choking gasp of shock when he found a large hand clasping around the back of his neck, the size wrapping around the entirety of his neck, where it squeezed not a second after latching on.


Kai fell from his grip when he was suddenly yanked upward sharply, causing him to let out a cry of pain as he struggled with in the rough grip set on him. Vera reared back, having moved to ram the attacker only to marvel at the size of the one that now held the opponent in an unforgiving grip.


"Little wolf will never belong to you." A rumbling voice spoke up, edged with a slight hint of underlining anger.


"S-Sundune..." Kai coughed as she and Vera looked up at the towering man, Who stood with an expression of such intensity that it nearly made her wonder if this was the same man who was so kind and gentle to her all this time. He had such a look of unhidden anger that he looked almost feral.


The large male paid little attention to the two female escapees, instead focusing on choking Greyfang’s pale neck that was in his grip, his claws digging into the other males skin with ease.


Vera took the chance to grab Kai's wrist and began tugging her after as she lead them to the doors, feet away from freedom.


Kai took a second to look back at the scene before turning forward, helping throw the doors open. They ran, rushing forward, out into the bright sunlight that showered down on them, encasing them in light, chasing away the darkness that clung to their skin like a cloke.


Freedom.


The two females only paused for a few seconds before they were running again, heading toward the trees.


Hope in them skyrocketed as they got closer and closer.


Kai felt her hand, the one that was clasped in Vera's, jerk, pulling her to a stop with a stumble.

Turning to see what happened, she felt her heart stop and her racing blood freeze with in her veins upon the sight.


Vera had stopped, shocked expression, her focus set on the spear that had pierced through her midsection. Blood glittered in the sun from where it dropped off the tip of the spear.


Kai faintly heard a scream, only to realize it was her own, the ringing in her ears almost drowned out everything else as she watched helplessly as her companion drop to her knees.


Vera choked back a gurgling cough as she gripped the spear, hands staining red as she turned her head jerkily to look over her shoulder, eyes searching for the weapon's owner.


The king himself stood not far away, staring at them with a cold look to his face, looking as if he had just squashed a giant bug, whose insides squirted out all over his shoe.


Faintly, she noticed behind him, the doors thrown open and several people step out. All freezing at the scene in shock. The stupid idiot prince stood with the white haired pervert and the giant male from before, all holding a stunned look on their faces.


Then, chaos erupted when the Prince snarled with such a frightening expression as he turned on his father with no hesitation, anger overcoming him as he attacked the older leader.


This in turn, caused even more shock as everyone's attention turned to the two leaders, father and son battled, one trying to desperately defend while the other outright attacked with fury.


Kai shook out of her shaken state, rushing to help her fallen friend, wincing as Vera gurgled and spat out a curse, standing with the auburn haired womans help.


"What do I do?" Kai questioned, shaken and pale, eyes wandering from the battle going on nearby to the bloodied spear tip that had  went through the smaller female.


"J-just hold it, and pull it out from the back when I say." Vera grunted, pained and shaking, eyebrows furrowed down sharply in a subconscious effort to express her pain.


Kai quickly did as she asked, paying little attention to the blood that was staining her hands. The two, payed no attention to the fight that was raging and those who watched the two males fight.


They had to focus on the injury that was sustained. The sounds of the fight rang out loudly, roaring and snarling clashing against one another forcefully, creating chills to be cast onto everyone near.


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