Seems a bit excessive to try and kill her for a mistake he made. A humongous mistake, I’ll admit. Why didn’t he put that effort into killing Fossor.
Please note that there was a commissioned mini-interlude focusing on the origin of Pace posted yesterday (Sunday). If you missed it, you may want to click the Previous Chapter button above.
July 10th, 1950
“My son, they would have killed him.”
Two women stood facing one another, their appearances within the illumination of the city street lights starkly contrasting. One was white, with blonde hair that stood out in the night. The other was black, her skin and hair both dark enough to fade easily into the shadows lurking just beyond the street lamps. Overhead, the moon was at its dimmest, a bare sliver that did little more than confirm its existence, while clouds ended any light that might have come from the far distant stars. The city itself, aside from the streetlights above these two women, was as dark as it was silent.
“You’re right, Calafia,” Joselyn…
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Huh.. okay. So she didn’t have a high opinion of other Heretics to begin with, but now she’s a prisoner in her own body.
The following is a commissioned mini-interlude focusing on the origin of the crazy werewolf-Heretic we know as Pace.
A little over one year ago.
There was a pause, followed by a muttered curse and the sound of something being fumbled with. Suddenly, light appeared as the lens cap of the camera was removed, and a face popped into view. It was the face of a Hispanic girl in her late teens, with dyed green hair that was cut short on one side and long on the other. She was obviously holding the camera up pointed at herself. Now in sight, the girl waved. “There! Sorry, technical difficulties. The camera’s the technical, and I’m the difficulty.”
Giggling at her own self-depreciating joke, the girl known as Pace for her hyper-activeness (something…
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