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PttV - Crossing The RiverPttV - Crossing The River by BlackWaltz0
Prelude To The Void
Crossing the River
A Short Story By:
Black Waltz 0
Before he locked up his apartment and walked out of the door Magi Magemere shoved his wallet in his back pocket, placed his gun in its holster and prepared for the culmination of three years of lies and deceit.
It was hardly something that deserved recognition let alone its own birthday, but in the beginning they had predicted that the blond-haired officer wouldn't last three days under the bridge, let alone three whole years. He took the elevator down to the ground floor and saw through the metal gratings the grubby column of window letting in the drab cloudy afternoon. Magi crossed his arms and held his elbows, patiently waiting to experience the rush of cold air that was associated with the open lobby.
He was not disappointed but he didn't keep still. There was no point in hanging around such a dirty area with its dust and black and white tiled floors. The only reason this apartment bl
TotV - Out The DoorTotV - Out The Door by BlackWaltz0
Tales Of The Void
Out The Door
A Short Story By
Black Waltz 0
Magi did not have the coherence to remember the first place he had woken up in, though he fancied it may have been outdoors because he recalled sunlight and the vague touch of wind on his face. This new place was darker and he was warmer than he was supposed to be, alluding to his fever as well. He thought that he hadn't had a fever this bad since he was a child, but he could never be sure.
It left him in a bit of a daze. His skin felt hot and sweaty and more than that his mental acuity had gone on vacation. Magi could hardly tell where he was now, let alone have the strength to get up and find out the answers for himself. It didn't hurt to breathe but it seemed like he had an invisible pressure on his chest, making breathing nearly a conscious effort. It was almost as if he had never breathed before, had never opened his eyes or had the ability to speak in the first place. This was a sickness tha