No sooner had Bea come out into the open; she would meet with uninvited guests. As her luck would have it, a hoard of zombies shuffled in unison from the entrance of the ruins towards their prey – her
. Her fiery red eyes soon narrowed as she assessed the situation. Thankfully, they were lower class monsters and ones that she could easily deal with. Even more-so as they had not truly noticed her and were leisurely talking a stroll outside of the Ruin’s entrance. Still, she had already lost cover from the forests behind her and so it would not take long for the undead monsters to catch notice of her. For now, though, absolute silence would be her best ally.
Due to this, and as carefully as she could, Bea inched her way back towards the trees and would soon blend into the shadows of the brush. The zombies had not noticed but they would soon. Taking a large risk, the freedom fighter let out a shrill whistle. The sound rung loud as it overtook the silence that had surrounded the ruins seconds prior. It did not last more than a couple seconds but it would certainly raise a commotion from the demons. For, no sooner had the sound been omitted that heads would soon snap up and wake the zombies from their lazy stupor. Their beady eyes would make their way towards her and the hoard would draw near.
The freedom fighter narrowed her eyes as she waited what was to come. If whom she was expecting would show up, all would go well. Yet, if help were to arrive a little too late, she would need to relocate and, for that, the fighter was at the ready. Fortunately, relocation would not be needed as, almost immediately, a tiny armored monster came hurtling towards her as its tiny legs made an effort to approach her faster. Cavalry had arrived and, just as the freedom fighter had knelt to catch her beloved ally, the tiny creature zoomed right past her. The assassin blinked and turned her head slowly to catch sight of where the creature had gone off to.
Much to the freedom fighter’s amazement, she watched as the tiny creature made its way towards the zombies and nestled itself right at the center of them all. This grabbed the attention of the bewildered zombie as they surrounded the poor creature and watched it curiously. Yet, to the tiny chikaboo, it was an audience and she was all too eager to please. Therefore, puffing up its chest, the small creature opened its tiny beak and emitted a single, horrid high-pitched scream: “AIEEEEEEEE!!!
” It cried, “AIEEEEEEEEEE!!!!
” The freedom fighter winced as the scream grew louder and louder until, finally, it stopped altogether.
Still wincing, she half-watched as the chikaboo bobbed its head in glee as it grew proud of its song. The zombies, on the other hand, were none too pleased. For, during the entire ordeal, they had covered their ears in anguish causing the chikaboo to shake in anger. Bea grinned. She had long learned that if she would cover her ears, the little demon would become upset and reach havoc. Fortunately, this was something that had not been told to the zombies. For, as soon as the chikaboo saw that the zombies had begun shaking their heads, she plotted their demise. Those… those creatures
had disrespected her song and now they had to pay.
Ready to enact upon her revenge, the chikaboo readied itself for the ultimate showdown. “EEEE EEE AIIIIE!!
” It screamed its little war cry has loud as she could before she spun in mad fury causing the zombies to draw a few feet back. Upon seeing them reach a suitable distance, the chikaboo through itself upon the ground and spun in a circled frenzy. Almost immediately, spikes started flinging towards the zombies, ending their lives as the spikes connected with bodies and necks. Yet, the freedom fighter was not in the mood to see how it would all end nor did she particularly. For now, the creatures were distracted and so she would take the opportunity to walk on by.
Therefore, without sending a glance towards her little companion, she moved from the brush and walked confidently towards the Ruin’s entrance. She knew that the little creature could take care of itself and, for that, she reasoned to just let things be. Problem was, though, it had made too much noise. Yet, now that it was over and done with, the freedom fighter did not know what to expect. On one hand, she itched for a challenge but, on the other, she had sacrificed a leisure day due to her companion’s yapping and screeching. For now, though, she would see where the day would go and how it would all come together. With that thought in mind, she entered the ruins completely oblivious to the onlooker’s presence.
OOC: Sorry it took so long. It won’t happen again.