"Nope," he said. Especially with the truck moving that made this shot horribly difficult. He aimed and concentrated harder and nailed one in the head. It went down and didn't get back up. "Head shots preferred," he said clearly annoyed.
As the things came they seemed to be able to navigate between the cars as they headed toward them but they were dead long enough that they weren't at full speed, more a meandering fast walk. "So do you think this has to be head shots?" Damian asked his brother.
Now that looked like a zombie movie. Damian sat up a little taller in his seat as he pulled one of his guns out from under his jacket. He figured his brother was going to try to circle around and avoid the crowd.
Damian flipped the safety off his gun as they got closer.
The border was overrun when Damian and Derek got there. It was horrible. The creatures were en masse. They had seen them as they crossed the country over the past few days but that didn’t make trying to walk through the place any better.
“I told you we should have left earlier,” Damian said to his brother a little frustrated as he held the officers shotgun and the continued to quietly work their way through border control.
Alice tucked into Seth. "I swear to god I will punt anyone off this bus that aggravates me," she muttered to her fiance. "It will probably be Damian when he mentions the fact that I don't have an engagement ring," she said.
You'd think a corporation that brought you to a planet and created small terraformed domes so that they could supply their space missions wouldn't be so greedy when they lose money when the economy crashes. Or that they actually cared about the settlers they had placed on the alien infested rock You'd hope it at least.
Unfortunately, that wasn't the case for those in the domes across the planet of Kel Prime.
The corporation all but left, terminating their contract and ending their regular shipments of parts, ammunition and supplies forcing the residents who volunteered for the job to make ends meet by making deliveries which, since the only people to trade with was the corporation, very little negotiating power in prices which made them gouge the colonists which made it hard to keep up with the never ending need for things to protect themselves from the aliens.
Today was another trading day that made it to where Alice and Seth were just a little more frustrated with the amount they had to defend their newest home not sure it would make it through to harvest. It stressed them both out with the fact that they just found out she was pregnant as well.
"I swear the prices just get more expensive. It's like they want us to die."
Alice was chasing a vampire. She jumped between buildings before she rolled and fired at it clipping it in the shoulder. As she jumped to the next building the creature hissed at her turning to face her. "You'll never keep me dead."
"I guess that's just a matter of opinion," she said as she held out her pistol to fire. As she lifted up the weapon there was a shout and both of them looked up as a man with a cloth parachute came tumbling into Alice dragging her across the ground before he tumbled into the roof. Once she was able to wrestle away the vampire as gone and she sneered angrily and went toward the man struggling with their parachute. She wrapped him up in it more, wrapping her arm around his neck. "Who the fuck sent you?"
Alice had grown up in England under a strict house because of what she was and what she meant to her family being their only female daughter. She was the only one that could continue their legacy which was a lot of pressure so as soon as she had enough money she took off and started traveling the world with just her backpack and her friend Lamont.
That's how they ended up in this shitty little town when the beater they bought in Florida broke down and the mechanic told them it would take more money than the car was worth to fix it.
So they were stuck there until they saved up enough cash to get a new one. So what was the best option? They went to a bar to drink.
Alice grinned to him almost stupidly for a moment. "Have you told your parents that I was involved in setting the barn on fire yet?" she asked him almost cheekily as she continued to hold his wrists above his head.
Alice and her family, aka Damian and Derek as her parents had died a few years prior, had taken up residence in a werewolf camp for the night. They knew it was dangerous but they had been doing it for every full moon for 3 years. Alice had just turned eighteen and tonight was supposed to be a hell of a full moon, unfortunately it would be hell on earth as a rowdy pack of werewolves came in.
The noise from them was nearly thunderous as they went out and started to strip down for the full moon to go out. The three Gregory's would look to their werewolf friends. "Stay safe tonight."
There were deterrents setup for the Gregory's themselves so they figured they would be safe. Unfortunately, they would end up chased into the woods. Their friends would find them. Derek dead, Damian bitten and Alice simply covered in blood.
Violet didn't move to get off of him, instead she kissed him again. Eventually he got the hint and slid his hands around her ass and lifted them both up. She wrapped her legs around him, hiking her dress up higher to keep it from tearing.