Till The Sun Burns Out. Second Arm, The White DoorSecond Arm, The White Door.
The door was a stark contrast to the rest of the facility. It was new looking, not covered in dust and had no handle or valve to open it. It was also white, white and shiny. Nameless and His were on the ground with their backs to the wall. Nameless could not take his eyes off of that door.
Gar stared at it with his arms crossed. No markings, just small indentations. Anything could be behind it.
"Touch it," Tox said to him, standing just a little behind him.
He looked over his shoulder and she nodded towards the door. He looked back, and hesitantly reached towards it. As soon as his hand touched the freezing cold metal he retracted it. The feeling sent a shiver shuttering through his whole body. He looked over his shoulder again at Tox. "It's cold,"
Zero had found a couple duffel bags in the room and was loading one with guns. The other was being loaded with ammo magazines and bullets by Rell. Shotguns, assault rifles, smgs, and some explosives. Th
Till The Sun Burns Out. First Arm, The Seven Kids.Till The Sun Burns Out.
First Arm. The Seven Kids.
Seven little dots lined the top of dune. Seven figures slowly trekked across the sandy wasteland. Seven kids, tired and sick. The first was a tall slender boy, about seventeen. He had short messy and patchy hair. A cute looking boy aside from the scar's which ran down over his eye, across his cheek, and the last one going up from his chin and splitting into two at his lip. Gar.
The next was a girl, about fourteen. She was the shortest of the group and also the thinnest. She had one side of her hair long and the other down to her shoulders. She had a narrow face and a long bridge on her nose. Her eyes were sunken and empty. Rell.
Then another girl. She was about eighteen and the third tallest. She was not as thin as Rell but thinner than Gar. She had very long dark brown hair. Her arms were covered in bandages and her face very serious. Tox
The fourth a was the olde
Endless Ocean. Chapter 2, Tears.The lights flashed red and the intercom screeched out an alarm. Fires spewed out from the aft engine room. A corridor exploded and several crew were sucked into the vacuum as another Sentry missile collided with the hull. It led the children through the panic filled halls of the lower section of the ship. The girl cried and the boy tried to calm her. The boy told her they would be fine, and then he looked up at the lizard. He looked at the boy. He nodded in agreement.
It would be okay.
Chapter 2, Tears.
When the morning came she was the first to wake up. She looked at Jacob, but he was still fast asleep. No hurry to wake up. She looked towards the tablet on the metal dresser next to their bed. On it's flat black screen it displayed zero five one eight. She usually was not up this early, but it was finally the day.
He awoke to a pleasent auroma. It slowly flowed in under his door and up across his body, and then rested in his nose. He sat up in the bed, not fully awake yet. He reached o