In an empty city called Tialki, people were disappearing everyday now. Almost everyone had gone. It was like they had disappeared, being wiped from existence.. There was not a single trace of them, no footprints, no fingerprints, no hairs or anything for a matter. Although, there were only a handful of people still around. All of them were simply children. Everyone else had gone. There were so many questions which needed answering, well, now was the time to find those answers.
Ryka was upstairs alone. He had noticed everyone had gone, he couldn't help but wonder where they had all gone. Faith had told him not to worry, and that his parents had just gone on a trip. She said that they would be back shortly, although, that was two weeks ago when everyone was still around. Now, the city was empty and he had lost hope. He wasn't surprised anyway, he was a bad kid. No wonder they had abandoned him. He had to wonder though, did his sister lie or, didn't she know where they were, like he?
"Faith, why have our parents abandon us? It is because of me, isn't it? I am just a bad person. I bring so much bad luck around people. To be honest, after what I have seen, I wouldn't want to be around me either. I think that the nightmares are coming true. This is all my fault."
He sighed and looked away. He still had his eye bandaged up, in fact, he has had it like that as long as he could remember. He decided to keep it like that though, since he had become used to it, and it felt nice like that now. It just didn't feel right without it.
Shela was currently on the other side of the small city. The city had two parts to it, a bridge connected the the parts together. Shela woke up and stretched out. She slowly got herself up and grabbed her teddy bear tightly. She was now alone, there was no longer anyone with her. Her parents had disappeared, abandoned her. Why shouldn't they? She was useless, weak and defenseless. She was worthless, she didn't matter, nobody cared for her. She sighed sadly and walked out of the door. It was like a ghost town, there was nobody around. She shook her head, thinking it was simply because of her.
Azriel was currently out in the streets, she didn't care though, she had no home, that was true, but she still found ways to live. She didn't care about herself, if she died, nobody would remember her, nobody would care, although, she cared for others, she didn't like to see those who suffered the same fate as her. She sighed softly and stood up on her feet as her long white hair blew in the wind. Azriel watched the empty streets as the ocarina swung along her neck in it's case gently. She closed her eyes and walked over to the dust bins, she climbed herself up and sat down on them then she pulled out her ocarina. As her eyes closed, she pressed her lips against the white ocarina and music began to echo all across the city, the song was so beautiful yet depressing. It would give you a feeling as though as somebody had died. Azriel continued to play her song. Azriel wasn't doing it for the attention though, she was doing it simply because it was her song, her life. She replayed the song over and over again as the music echoed throughout the empty streets.
After Azriel had finished playing her ocarina she returned it to it's case, close to her heart. She then stood up once more and hummed the sad depressing song of her life as she walked. Azriel stopped at a shop and looked through the window to see cakes and pies, her stomach rumbled and she shook her head gently. She didn't deserve food, and besides, even if she did, she hadn't got the money anyway. She continued walking down the street slowly and she kept humming the song of her life.
Blade and Slade
The two twins were out on the empty park playing together. They loved to play, they didn't mind everyone was gone. They were probably just hiding to scare everybody. They giggled happily and sung high on the swings. As they went up, they could see the beautiful city. It was just amazing. The twins jumped off the swings and then rolled just before they hit the ground.
"That was fun! It is so much better now everyone is gone. I wished they would of left a long time ago." "I know, but I hope they come back soon, it gets lonely here."
They stood up together and then laughed happily, the two went back to the swings and began to go as high as they could again. They saw it as all fun and games. They simply loved games. It was their favorite thing.
Kusuna was out practicing her magic in her hometown. The town was only small. Only a few people lived here. She didn't mind though. She had been practicing for a few hours now though and her body was getting tired. She smiled to herself, she had done a good job. She placed her book away and went inside. This town was wonderful. There was so many beautiful things here which she loved, she vowed, that she would become strong so she could protect the ones she loved, and the things she loved too.
Sasuka was currently roaming the village, he had heard that somewhere in the village, somebody could help him become strong, he also had an assignment to take on. He smiled and noticed his target. He stayed on the roof and used the power of darkness to hide himself as he waited for the perfect moment. Then, as soon as his target let his guard down, he unsheathed his katana and jumped down. He then sliced his head off. Sasuka slowly stood up, he sheathed his sword to his holder as his tail and hair gently swayed in the wind. The job was done, all he needed to do now, was collect his money.
Sasumora was currently in the forest outside of Tialki. He was out training, cutting down trees, shooting trees with energy blasts, he was amazing fast and accurate now. He also had fantastic control over his powers. He sighed. It was time that he rested himself. He walked over his cave and then took off his armor. After storing it in his chest, he got on all four legs and walked out. He liked to walk around on all fours at times, he also liked to pretend he was just a normal wolf. He knew that if anyone ever saw him, well, they would be unpredictable. Although, he hadn't seen a hunter in weeks. He had to wonder, where was everyone recently? He honestly didn't mind, but, he couldn't help but to wonder.
Cyber equipped her armor on and began to test her boosters. The protection screen of her helmet when down. Cyber tapped her feet together and suddenly her boosters activated. She smiled, it was so amazing, she could fly. She had to give these a test run. She began to fly all over the city. It was amazing, she could see everything from how high she was.
"Damn, I have never felt this good in a long time. These boosters work wonders."
She smiled, and then flew back down onto her roof. She had tested the suit now, and the upgrades she gave it worked well. She looked up to the sky, and thought for a moment, there was one more thing she wanted to try.
Suddenly, three claws came out of her fist. She nodded to herself, that was one. Now, she just needed to test the other functions and she would be happy. She raised her hand up, examine the claws for moment.
"Claws, retract. Swords, extend!"
Suddenly swords extended from her fist. She looked at them and smiled. It actually worked. She then placed her hand down and wondered for a moment. She wondered about her brother, normally, when she created something new, or upgraded something, she would show off to her brother, she wondered, how was Kai doing? She sighed and shook her head.
"Swords react. Armor offline"
Suddenly, her armor compressed together into a small little shield on her bra. It looked like a mark on her clothing, like some sort of pattern. She jumped down and walked around. She wished she knew where her brother lived, if she knew that, then she could fly over to him. She sighed, and looked up into the sky as she thought about him.