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Mission: Revenge. Part 5. Re-Blog

Venom was first to arise from her slumber and join us outside the van.
“How long have you been up Bomb?” She asked me.
“Too long.”
“Will you go to sleep now?” Electric Aftermath practically begged.
“Yeah.” I yawned, and went inside the van to sleep. Me being me though couldn’t sleep with all the light, so I quickly gave up and went back outside.
“What are we going to do today?” Venom asked, as we were all sitting down to a breakfast of power pup.
“Um well, we’re still waiting for Flash Drive.

Mission: Revenge. Part 4. Re-Blog

After about an hour everyone was awake, but there were still no signs of Flash Drive. I was still constantly staring out the window hoping she might walk up soon.
“Chill out.” Acidic Venom told for about the hundredth time. “She’s coming on foot, I’m sure It will be at least another two days. Probably more though.”
“I know. You know how I am though. I get anxious, and rack my nervous over everything.” I countered.
Venom just sighed, and left me alone to go teach the others a little hand to hand combat.

Mission: Revenge: Part 3. Re-Blog

After a good two hour hike back down the mountainside our car came back into view. It was surrounded by Dracs though. Great, just great. They were working faster than I anticipated.
“Stay back, and be quiet.” I whispered. Venom nodded, and did just that. “Venom, do you think you could get them?” I said as quietly as possible.
She just gave me a look that said, “As if you don’t already know the answer to that question.”, and pulled out her ray gun. No sooner had she turned her head, then her ray gun was out, and a ray lodged itself in the back of one of the Dracs head.

Mission: Revenge. Part 2. Re-Blog

The sun was just rising when we got the car parked for the beginning of several Appalachian trials. We’d have to abandon the car here; there would be no way it could travel along the paths we planned to take.
“We’ve got to hike it from here. We’ll go as far as we can today, or until we come across a cabin close to a source of water. If we don’t find that today, we’ll continue tomorrow.” I explained what the plan was.
Both of my friends nodded, and we started walking without a word. We all knew this day would come, and we all knew it wouldn’t be easy.

Mission: Revenge. Part 1. Re-Blog

I woke up and took a look at my alarm clock glowing red in the darkness of night.
4:54
I dropped my head back on the pillow and sighed. Why the hell was I up so early? And of course I’m the kind of person who once I’m awake can’t fall back asleep.
I grabbed my miniature internet tablet off the nightstand next to my bed, and waited for it to turn on. Once it was on, I went to check the news, knowing none of my friends would be online at this hour of the day.
I nearly dropped my tablet of my face when I read the first headline.
“Bl/ind

Important Message for my Readers!

For everyone who reads my stories(The Afterlife and Mission: Revenge) this is important to you.
With all the recent blog complications I am going to be discontinuing The Afterlife. I lost several of the parts to it, and I really can't bring myself to write anymore.
My other story, Mission: Revenge, has been deleted completely. I will be re posting them starting tomorrow. It will one day, everyday until they are caught up to where they were. I will then proceed to post them normally again.
That is all.

Don't let the bed bugs bite,
Sleep tight, and sweet dreams.
-Waterfall Bomb

Mission: Revenge. Part 5.

Venom was first to arise from her slumber and join us outside the van.
“How long have you been up Bomb?” She asked me.
“Too long.”
“Will you go to sleep now?” Electric Aftermath practically begged.
“Yeah.” I yawned, and went inside the van to sleep. Me being me though couldn’t sleep with all the light, so I quickly gave up and went back outside.
“What are we going to do today?” Venom asked, as we were all sitting down to a breakfast of power pup.
“Um well, we’re still waiting for Flash Drive.

Mission: Revenge. Part 4.

After about an hour everyone was awake, but there were still no signs of Flash Drive. I was still constantly staring out the window hoping she might walk up soon.
“Chill out.” Acidic Venom told for about the hundredth time. “She’s coming on foot, I’m sure It will be at least another two days. Probably more though.”
“I know. You know how I am though. I get anxious, and rack my nervous over everything.” I countered.
Venom just sighed, and left me alone to go teach the others a little hand to hand combat.

Mission: Revenge. Part 3.

After a good two hour hike back down the mountainside our car came back into view. It was surrounded by Dracs though. Great, just great. They were working faster than I anticipated.
“Stay back, and be quiet.” I whispered. Venom nodded, and did just that. “Venom, do you think you could get them?” I said as quietly as possible.
She just gave me a look that said, “As if you don’t already know the answer to that question.”, and pulled out her ray gun. No sooner had she turned her head, then her ray gun was out, and a ray lodged itself in the back of one of the Dracs head.

Mission: Revenge. Part 2.

The sun was just rising when we got the car parked for the beginning of several Appalachian trials. We’d have to abandon the car here; there would be no way it could travel along the paths we planned to take.
“We’ve got to hike it from here. We’ll go as far as we can today, or until we come across a cabin close to a source of water. If we don’t find that today, we’ll continue tomorrow.” I explained what the plan was.
Both of my friends nodded, and we started walking without a word. We all knew this day would come, and we all knew it wouldn’t be easy.

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