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Default 04-29-2014, 07:32 AM

Originally Posted by LadyBast0911 View Post
Hunter paused for a moment. "Why don't we just wait and see what the kid says. If he will tell us everything, no need to take him there. If not, then...what choice do we have?" He whispered back.
"Of course we will try and make him talk first," Amber replied in a low voice. "But I say, that even if he does tell us everything, then we still ought to get Selune to blank his memory. That way, he can't possibly betray us by telling the traitors anything, cuz he won't remember anything. I don't mean to take his entire memory, of course; just the memory of him following us. He'll think he tripped and fell outside the club and didn't follow us at all."

Louise, walking behind, was thinking about Selune, who was one of the youngest of the group. Selune was just fifteen years old, but still looked like a child. Her hair was silver coloured with pale lavender streaks and she was small and skinny. Selune had been a fairly happy child til the day that a gang of Regulars had attacked her and her parents. Her father had been an Other, but he had died when she was born and her mother had married another Regular, who had accepted Selune and brought her up as his own.

The Regulars had killed both her mother and stepfather, and Selune had lost her right eye in the attack. Something else had died that day; her regard for Regulars. Selune had thought from that day on that all Regulars were scum, and those who protected them even worse. Where were all those so called Heroes on the day that she and her beloved parents had been attacked? Selune now was a part of the Villains, and she wore a lilac silk eyepatch over her empty eye socket. She wouldn't use her powers against another Other, unless they were Heroes.

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