I’m Not Special, I’m Different-Chapter Ten

Okay, I know I haven’t posted in, like, forever, and I’m terribly sorry for that. I suck, I know😓. But whatever, here you go, after a very long wait, here is the next chapter! If you’re forgetting what happened last time, just scroll down a bit and check.


Chapter Ten

Ray’s P.O.V.

I gave Sy and angry look then turned back to look at the officers surrounding out house. From what it looked like, they were looking for some kinks in our armour, they were trying to find a way in without us noticing. Ah, poor, stupid humans. Little did they know that we already knew that they were out there, see I told you having animal ears was a huge advantage, they are incredibly useful. Sy and I can hear things from a mile away, yeah, we’re just that awesome. Okay, well, not him, he slapped me, I knew he meant well, but it hurt.

I turned around to look at my little family, Sy looked like he was just told that Poison ruined a flower again, in other words, he looked like he didn’t care, but he did. The kids, however, looked terrified, and I didn’t blame them, I had almost screamed. “Arrow, take the kids to that cave we found a few weeks after mom was taken. I want all of you to stay there, until we come and get you.”

“Wait, what? Where are you going. And what do you mean ‘we’? Who are you taking with you?” Poison asked me.

Sy looked at me, “I’m going with her,” he said. Thank god, I thought he wouldn’t want to come, and I wouldn’t be able to blame him if he didn’t. “We’re going to distract the cops, while you guys get away. Don’t worry about us, we can take care of ourselves. Just get to the cave.” Then all at once the kids started to object.

“No!”

“You can’t go!”

“You’ll get hurt!

“I’m coming with you!”

After hearing that last one, I immediately put a stop to it, “No! No one is coming! Arrow, you are taking the others to the cave, and that is my final word. Anyone have any objections? That was a rhetorical question, don’t answer it, just pretend you don’t have any. I said Sy is staying with me and the rest of you are leaving. Now listen, the second Sy and I step outside the door, we will be immediately surrounded, that’s your best chance to run. We’ll be going out from the front door, you run for the back. Piper, Pyro, I want the two of you to run, not fly, you might be seen, and we can’t have that happen. If they see you they could shoot you out of the sky, and let’s face it, that would be bad.” I looked at them, and they nodded, somewhat reluctantly. They still didn’t want to leave us. Well too bad, they didn’t have a choice. Like Sy said long ago, I’m in charge, I’m the leader. “Alright you guys, all of you get to the back door, time to go.”

I was about to turn around but Arrow grabbed my hand, “Be careful, I can’t lose you too.”

“When am I not careful? Don’t answer that. But I promise that I’ll try my best to came back to you.”

He shook his head, “No, not try. You have to come back.” There was a hint of desperation in his voice.

“I can’t promise that, buddy. But I can promise that I will try.” I said, leaning down to kiss the top of brother’s head. It’s been years since I’ve done that, it had felt kind of nice. “Bye.”

“See you later.” He replied with a sheepish smile. He was trying to tell me he wanted me to come back.

“Yeah, see you later.” And with that, I finally opened the front door, with Sy right behind me.


Alright, it’s short, but don’t worry, I will post again soon. Besides,I’m like his one. It ends with a cliffhanger, those are always great. Anyways, sorry if there are any spelling mistakes, but I didn’t really look over this one too well.

Fly on,

Eeman

I’m Not Special, I’m Different-Chapter Nine

I’m going to be honest, I don’t have that much of an excuse for not posting in a while. Well, I sort of do, these two guys in my class were making some fun if me about this, so I was planning on stopping, but two friends of mine talked me out of it. I’m not sure if I made the right decision or not, but I hope I did. So, the usual, if this is your first time coming, go to the “My Story” Tag, and scroll all the way to the bottom, or to whichever chapter you’re at. And that’s all I have to say. 


Chapter Nine

Sy’s P.O.V.

It’s been a while since they’ve been talking. I didn’t hear anything, except for the part when Ray screamed telling me to go away, even though it wasn’t me. Now I was sitting here, waiting to see what would happen. The kids weren’t even holding back, they were crying as though they had lost their mom, which I suppose they kind of did, I was wondering how Ray was doing, I knew how Arrow was doing. He showed me how he felt. He clearly told me to stay away from him and his sister, and I don’t really blame him. If I really didn’t want to hurt her I would have dragged her away from there before she could see too much, but I didn’t. I stood there and watched, not even thinking about how much worse it was for her and Arrow. If it was sad for me, it must’ve been simply heartbreaking for them. It was probably-

“Guys,” Ray. She’s out of her room. Arrow can work wonders. I looked up at her and almost jumped when I saw her. Her eyes were all red and puffy from crying. Whoa, she never cries, now I knew how much her mom meant to her, “Grab anything you think you might need. It has to be something you can carry. No cans, nothing is heavier than cans.”

Piper looked at her, “Why? Where are we going?”

“We’re leaving, sweetie. We can’t stay here, they’ll find us. They know we’re here, they’ll come for us, they’ll hurt us, they’ll-”

“Do you hear that?” I said, suddenly speaking up. She gave an a blank look, “I hear something. Listen.”

She tilted her head slightly, and I saw her eyes widen, then she whispered ever so quietly, “There’s someone out there. Outside the house.” When she said that, all of the kids looked as though their worst nightmares had been confirmed.

Ray and I looked at each other and shared the same look, already knowing what she was about to do, I dropped to the ground and crawled over to the window, with Ray next to me. We made our way to the window, moved the curtain a bit, than peaked out just from the corner, and then what we saw literally darkened my daylights for me. I looked over at Ray right when she opened her mouth to scream. Faster than I would have thought possible I covered her mouth with my hand, but you see, the thing is, I did it so fast I kind of slapped her. She just turned and glared at me, and I must say, I’m glad looks couldn’t kill, or else I would be dead. When I removed my hand, her face had a mark of a hand across her mouth. I looked at her guiltily and she just gave me such an angry look, rolled her eyes than turned back to the window to see the police officers surrounding our house.


Okay, so, it’s been a while, so it might take me a while to get back into the swing of things. In the mean time, what do you think?

Fly on,

Eeman

I’m Not Special, I’m Different-Chapter Eight

Okay, so, I’m don’t really have anything to say, just the usual. So, if this is your first time showing up to my blog, then welcome! You see, I’m writing a story and you might want to start at the beginning. You know, just a suggestion. All you have to do is go to the “My Story” Tag, you’ll find all of the chapters there. So, without further ado, I give you- chapter eight!


Chapter Eight

Arrow’s P.O.V.

I saw Sy getting up from his seat, he was going to follow her. Who did he think he was? If he really wanted my sister to feel better, he wouldn’t have just stood there and made my sister watch that stupid news report. Where was his brain when that happened? He should have just told her to ignore it and come home, but no. He had to stand there and watch the stupid thing. And now he was about to go make MY sister feel better because of something that was practically his own fault. Yeah- no. If he cared, he wouldn’t have let her see that. He would have brought her back home, even if he had to drag her, which, according to Ray, he did.

I turned to look at Sy, then I did something I’ve never done to him before. I snarled at him, I’m usually much more kind then that, but he hurt my sister. Nobody hurts my sister. Nobody. “She’s my sister, I’m going after her. All of you, stay away from her. She’s felt enough pain, she doesn’t need you hurting her too. Don’t touch her.” I could see on his face how what I had said hurt him, he visibly flinched. Wow, Mr. Show No Emotions flinched, this is a historical moment. It did upset me to see that he was hurt by what I had said, but for me, Ray comes before anyone else. She took care of me, not my mom, not my dad, not Sy. Raven Hunter, she took care of me ever since I was little. She loved me, she was all the family I had. Sy and the others, they aren’t my family, they act like it, but family is supposed to be blood, not friendship.

I got up and ran after Ray. When I stopped in front of her door, I was about to go in, but then I thought better of it and knocked. Then I heard her high pitch scream from her room, “Go away, Sy. I don’t want to talk to you!” Ouch. She thought Sy was going to come after her, I don’t blame her, Sy is her best friend. They get along well, because they’re both the oldest and they know that they have to take care of us.

“It’s not Sy, it’s me, Arrow.”

“Arrow, I don’t want to talk to anyone.”

“Please, this is hard for me too, but we have to stick together, mom wouldn’t want us to give up. ”

“Fine.” I heard her get up and open her door and I went in, “Arrow, how are the others doing?”

I looked at her face and saw that her eyes were all red and her face was streaked with tears. She had been crying. “The younger ones are crying, and Sy is just sitting there, like always.” I said the last bit with a hint of disgust in my voice.

“What do we do?” She was asking me what to do, she’s supposed to be the one telling me what to do. What has the world come to?

“I don’t know, we run I suppose. According to you, they found my arrows and Sy’s ball. They’ll know that we’re near by. They’ll come, find us, and kill us. Or we can run.”

“Wow, I never thought I’d see the day when you told me what to do. What has the world come to?” She asked, voicing earlier thoughts, trying to make things a little funny, “Let’s go tell the others.

“Okay. Come on.” Then I walked up to her and held her hand. I hadn’t held her hand ever since I was five, it felt kind of nice. Like she was my sister, and no one could take her away.


Okay, so I added in a little bit of Arrow’s point of view. I just kind of felt like it was important to get what he was thinking into there. It was hard, since I don’t know how guys think, but I was trying to get him to be the over-protective little brother.

Fly on,

Eeman

I’m Not Special, Im Different-Chapter Seven

Okay, here’s the deal. I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted a new chapter, but I have an excuse. I was way too busy studying for final exams, the first semester just ended, so… I’m pretty sure you can guess how much studying I had to go through. Now, if this is your first time coming to read my story, go to the “My Story” Tag and scroll all the way to the bottom, or really, just scroll to whichever chapter you’re at. You’ll find them all there. So, now I give you-chapter seven!


Chapter Seven

Ray’s P.O.V.

All the kids ran into the room and I was immediately blasted with questions.

“Ray, Sy, what happened?

“Are you guys okay?”

“What took so long?”

“Why didn’t you come home sooner?”

But I couldn’t answer all of the questions, it was just too much to handle, not when my mind was buzzing with questions of its own.


Sy’s P.O.V.

I looked over at Ray, and just by looking at her I could tell she was feeling so overwhelmed. She clearly couldn’t answer their questions, she probably had questions of her own. I know I did. Just by hearing all that stuff on the news, I can’t help but feel like tearing her dad apart limb from limb. Ray was a pretty great friend, I can only imagine she was a great daughter. I can’t believe her dad sold her out. What kind of a trashy dad was he? What did Ray ever do to make him hate her? How would he feel if just the concept of his existence was forbidden. And what about Arrow? That man probably didn’t even know that he had a son.

“Guys,” I said, trying to get the kids to let Ray breathe a bit, “Give her a minute.”

“No Sy,” Ray said, “They need to know what happened, we can’t keep it from them. Especially Arrow. This affects the two of us the most. Alright you guys, listen up.” Okay then. What I don’t understand is why she does this. She knows that it’s difficult for her, so why does she do this? Gosh, she is so stubborn. Whatever. Ugh.

For about half an hour the kids were all sitting on the floor, while Ray and I sat on the couch. Ray was telling them what we had heard on the news, but I would cut in every now and then, filling in spots of the story that she’d forgotten. When she was done, everyone looked like they were on the verge of breaking. Piper was sitting in Poison’s lap, crying all over her shirt. But Poison didn’t seem to care, she was also crying while stroking Piper’s hair. Pyro was clutching a pillow as though it was his life was connected to it. I could swear I heard him say, “No good Ray’s dad. You’re so mean. Ray and Arrow deserve better.” So true. I turned to Ray and I could see she was trying not to cry, she was trying to be the brave leader that the kids saw her as. I leaned over to her than quietly said, “You know, even leaders can break sometimes.” But she didn’t seem to hear me, she was watching Arrow.

I turned to look at him. He looked as though he was ready to kill someone, tears streaking his face, and at his sides, his hands were clenching and unclenching. “Dad, I can’t believe you. I hate you. I may be your son, but I’ll make you pay.” Wow, looks like someone is up for revenge, I thought I was the only one. But then something unexpected happened. Ray jumped off the couch and ran into her room, but before she left, I heard a sob. She was crying.

I was about to get up and follow her, but Arrow got up before I did, but he also saw that I was half way up. He looked at me then snarled, “She’s my sister, I’m going after her. All of you, stay away from her. She’s felt enough pain, she doesn’t need you hurting her too. Don’t touch her.” What he said hurt so much that I flinched at his word. Whoa, what was that about? Arrow’s usually so sweet. Then he left and followed his sister into her room.


Okay, how was that? So, I added in a Sy’s point of view. I bet none of you saw that coming. I wasn’t exactly planning on doing that, but I thought Ray would probably only be thinking about how heart broken she is, so I thought Sy would probably be more interesting. So what did you guys think about Sy’s thoughts. I’m not sure if I got it right, but give me a break, people. Boys are mysterious beings. I don’t know how their brains work, but I did my best. I deserve credit for trying.

Fly on,

Eeman

I’m Not Special, I’m Different-Chapter Six

If this is your first time here. Go to the “My Story” Tag, scroll all the way to the bottom, and start reading. You’ll find everything there. The prologue, the characters, all of the chapters that have been posted so far. You’ll find everything there. 


Chapter Six

“Why are you giving me a tuque to wear, it’s not cold outside?” I asked Sy.

“No dip, Sherlock. You have to cover your ears. Unless you want to go outside with your ears showing, and risk getting exposed. You choose.”

“Fine, whatever.” I said, grabbing the tuque from him.

So anyways, after a little bit of struggling I finally managed to get my ears into my cap, when I noticed Sy staring at me, “Oh, what now?”

“It’s just funny, seeing you struggle like that.” Wow, nice to know someone truly cares.

“Whatever, let’s just go.” I looked over at him and he just nodded. So we both walked to the front of the house and stepped out. I have to admit, I was a little nervous, I haven’t ever been in the city in, well, forever. I’ve never been there. I looked over at Sy to see if he was feeling anything similar, but judging from his face, he looked as calm as ever, but I could see through his mask, he was just as nervous as I was. Oh well.

Okay, I’m going to spare you all of the boring details about us going grocery shopping. I’ll just tell you the main thing. We went to different places, bought some stuff, and by the time we were done buying enough food to last us another three months, we started walking home, when something caught my eye. A TV, showing a news reporter, but that’s not what was important, on the corner of the screen was a picture of my mom. Huh?

“Sy, look at that.” I whispered.

He turned his head to look at what I was talking about, and when he saw the picture of my mom, I saw his eyes widen a fraction of an inch. His version of complete astonishment. He turned to me and said, “Let’s see what this is about.”I nodded at him

The lady on the TV started to talk, and we remained frozen like ice sculptures. The women kept on talking. She was saying stuff about how it’s been three months since Katie Forester, my mom, had been executed for knowing about the existence of “vicious and cruel Bloods”, yet not telling anyone about them. She was killed, but her husband, my dad, John Forester was not because he claimed to know nothing about how his wife had been caring for Bloods, he apparently always assumed that every time my mom left the house she was going to work. The women also spoke about what a “hero” John Forester was, because the moment he found out what his wife had been doing he had immediately notified the police. Geez, dad, totally feeling the love here. Please tell me how it is legal to call you a father, turning your own daughter in. Ugh.

So, after the long bit of trash about what a hero my dad was, they started to talk about how, after three months of searching, they finally found a lead. One day, while the police officers were looking through the woods, to see if they could find out where the Bloods (aka- me and my little family) lived, they were walking back after hours of searching, when they came across a black rubber ball and a few arrows. When she said this, I turned to glare at Sy, and I saw that he also had a guilty look on his face. Yeah, the black rubber ball that they found, it’s his, he made it, you know, out of darkness. And the arrows that they found, they belong to my brother, he’s been practicing archery. He actually made his own bow and arrow. I have to talk to him about leaving his things lying around.

After she talked about the mysterious objects showing up in the middle of the woods, she said that if anyone should ever come across a Blood, they must immediately notify the police, but they mustn’t approach them because they are extremely dangerous and could kill a man just by looking at them. When she said this, I saw Sy turn his head, for a moment I thought he was scared or something, until I saw his shoulders shaking, he always laughing, and I have to admit, so was I. I mean, were they serious? Kill a man just by looking at them? Talk about pathetic. Ha ha. But then what they showed after scared me so bad, they showed pictures. One picture was a blurry image of a pair of big grey wings that were much to big to belong to a bird, but that’s not all, the wings had small feet wearing ballerina shoes sticking out of the bottom. Piper. Next they showed the picture of the ball and arrows that they found. Sy and Arrow. After that they showed a picture of a bunch of arrows stuck in a tree branch. Arrow, again. Then they showed a picture of an area on a tree where the bark was chipped off, the area looked about the size of a fist. And not just any fist, my fist. They got a picture proving my existence. How was I supposed to tell them to be careful, when I myself am such a careless little kid? I stink.

Well, once I saw that picture, I just couldn’t bare to see any more, but I couldn’t turn away either. More pictures just kept showing up on the screen, and the more showed up, the whiter my skin was getting. Then suddenly I felt a pair of rough hands grab my shoulders and pull me away from there. I was about to hesitate when I heard a voice whisper in my ear, “We have to get out of here.”

“Sy?”

“Who else? Let’s just go.” When he said that, I would have nodded, but I couldn’t move, I was literally frozen, so Sy had to drag me all the way back home. Well, he was kind of pushing me from behind, and I just sort of walked without realizing it.

When we arrived home he let go of my shoulders and opened the door to the house, he was about to turn around and grab my shoulders and drag me in, but I finally came out of shock and ran in the house and shouted, “Everyone come here now!”


So, what did you all think of the chapter?

Fly on,

Eeman

I’m Not Special, I’m Different-Chapter Five

Okay, straitor to business. Chapter five is up. If this is your first time here, go to the “My Story” Tag and scroll to the bottom, you’ll find all of the chapters there.


Chapter Five

Anyways, like I said earlier, it’s been three months. If you’ve read what I said a while ago, you would know that I said we had enough food to last us three months, yeah, well, three months are over, and we have, what, enough food left to make one burger? Yup, we totally need to stock up.

Me, being the forgetful girl I am, realized this only now, rather than earlier, so now I really need to go buy us something to eat. So, I walked up to Sy’s room, but before going in, I knocked on the door, their was this one time I walked in without knocking and I saw him sprawled out on his bed, but sleeping silently, as in without snoring, not that I snore, of course. Anyways, so his door creaks a little so he heard and instantly jumped up-he’s a very light sleeper, even the slightest noise wakes him up- and he saw me standing in front of his room, so he just ran all over his room cleaning stuff up. Sure his room was messy, but did he really think that I actually cared? Nah, not really, but apparently he thought I did. So, anyways I knocked on his door, and I heard him answer, his voice barely a whisper, “Come in.” So I walked into his room and I saw him lying on his bed, looking as though he was just asleep. “Sis, if you came to ask me to teach you how to control your power, I already told you, I can’t.” I didn’t answer. “Poison, I’m talking to you.” I still didn’t say anything. “Poison?” He finally looked up, “Ray?”

“No, it’s Arrow.” I said, sarcasm practically dripping from my words, but I didn’t mean it in a rude way, it was just meant to be a joke. Hopefully he knew that.

“No-I mean yeah-I mean, I know it’s you, I just wasn’t expecting that,” He said, jumping up, trying to clean his room. Deja vu.

“I kind of noticed. And, you know I don’t really care if your room is all cleaned up or not, right? I only tell the little kids to do that, that rule doesn’t apply to us.”

“Yeah, I know, but still.”

“Okay. Anyways, I had to tell you something.”

“What’s up?”

“Three month,” He gave me a blank look, “Three months are up. We’re out of food. We need to go out and buy some more. Mom left some money, I was thinking you and I could go into town, and leave Arrow and Poison in charge.”

“Yes to Arrow, no to Poison. If we left her in charge, we can expect to come home, and find it painted pink.” True, true.

I nodded at him. “Sure, we can leave Arrow in charge, I’m going to go tell him.”

“Want me to come?”

“Nah, you should figure out a way for us to cover our ears.” I said, pulling on one of my ears slightly. He nodded at me. I walked out of his room closing the door, and headed to my little bro’s room. Once I get there, I didn’t even bother knocking, I just walked in. I found him lying on his stomach, reading a book. The funniest thing was, his tail was wagging, that’s one way for me to know that he was enjoying the book he was reading. “Hey, bro.”

“‘Sup, Ray.”

“What book are you reading?”

“It’s called ‘Miss Peregrine’s home f-”

“For Peculiar Children?” He nodded his head. “You do know that they turned it into a movie, you could just go watch it downstairs, or borrow Sy’s laptop.”

“No, I want to read the book first, the books are always more interesting.”

“Sure, whatever you say. Anyways, Sy and I are going out to buy some food since we’ve run out, and I’m leaving you in charge. And yes, only you, you’re the oldest. After Sy and myself of course. So what I’m trying to say is that I’m going out and I’m leaving you in charge.”

“No.”

“Excuse me.”

“No, you aren’t going outside. Neither is Sy. If you go out I’ll lose you too, just like mom. They’ll find you, they’ll-” He faltered for a moment, “do really bad things to you. And then I’ll never see you again. But that’s not happening, I’m not going to let you go.”

“Listen, if we all stayed and just sat around doing nothing, we’d all die from starvation. We’re out of food, and we need to buy more. Okay?”

“Fine, just promise you’ll come back.”

“I’ll try, buddy. I’ll try.”


And that’s all for today.

 

Fly on,

Eeman

I’m Not Special, I’m Different-Chapter Four

Hey, for those of you who have been reading my story, you can go on ahead and skip this part here. For those of you who have only just arrived, go to the “My Story” Tag, there you will find all of the chapters to this story, the prologue, and just that little post about the characters. Before you go ahead and judge this story I’m writing, trust me, I think it’s pretty great, not to sound too full of myself. And now I present to you- Chapter Four! 


Chapter Four

*Three months later*

It’s been a whole three months since my mom was caught, or what we assume to be caught, but we still aren’t sure. I didn’t tell the others, but deep down, I still felt a flicker of hope every now and then. Anyways, I must say, over these past months, we’ve made incredible progress. I’ve improved my forcefields, they now last for an incredibly long time before they disappear. And as for my ability to walk through solid objects, let’s just say I’ve gotten better, since it still doesn’t work sometimes. But Sy has done incredibly. He got the ability to become a shadow for as long as he likes, but it does drain him if his energy, he also figured out a way to manipulate darkness to help him create more useful things that even last for as long as he wants, weapons, though not guns, since I’m violently opposed to them, considering how many times they have been used against us while we were just outside walking, trying to get our minds off of our trashy situation. Pyro learned to control his fire power, but Poison remained he same as she ever was, she didn’t learn to control her poison, so she’s stuck wearing her leather gloves for who knows how long.

Piper, however, has changed a bit over these past three months, I have to say, I think she has a very useful skill. Piper only just got her first ability, well, other than her flying. I’m not sure if that’s really a power, since she’s always had her wings. Anyways, her power is sensing weaknesses, but she must be careful when she uses her powers, so that her enemy doesn’t realize what she trying to do. Basically, if she were to touch a person, she can sort of FEEL things. She can feel a person’s weaknesses, for example, she figured out that Sy’s weakness is the colour white. I don’t know what that’s about, nobody but Piper and I know about that. One day, Piper was holding his hand, and she just felt something, that’s when she developed her first power. She told me that she just saw a burst of white in the back of her mind when she touched his hand, and it left as quickly as came. I later asked Sy about it, and the moment I mentioned what Piper had seen, he became white as paper. I talked to him for a moment, then he told me that he couldn’t stand the colour white, just the thought of it makes him feel uncomfortable, but when I asked him why, he wouldn’t tell, but still, I have a sort of feeling about this. Even though he is a Blood, like me, I met Poison before I met him, even though they are siblings. I had met Poison the day she was born, her parents gave her to my mother, Katie Forester, who gave her to me to take care of, Sy, however, I met when he was five. I don’t know why, but one day he showed up at the front of our house saying that a women named Katie Forester had found him, figured out what he was, and told him to stay in this house with a girl named Ray, which obviously is me. He said that he was also told that he had a sister named Poison who also stayed with us. I don’t know why we didn’t get him a few months after he was born, I mean obviously not the day he was born, since I’m not older that him, but maybe when we were both a few months old, back when my mom used to stay and take care of us, she made us live on our own since I was three. Crazy, right? Anyways, every time I had tried to ask Sy the reason he showed when he was five years old, rather than a few months, he would never answer, he would just turn away from me. To some other person, he would have looked impassive, but I’ve known him so long, and he’s my best friend, so I know him better than that. I can see even the slightest twitch of his shoulders, the slightest clench of his jaw. Whatever he doesn’t want anyone to see, I can see it. But one thing is for sure, if there was ever something bothering him, I wouldn’t force him to tell me, because I know that he would tell me when he’s ready. But one thing is scaring me, Sy isn’t afraid of anything, he’s the toughest person I know, so the idea that white is his weakness, I’m not sure if I want to know what happened to him to make his feel this way. But one thing is for sure, ever since I found out that white was his weakness, I haven’t let anyone of us wear anything white, unless it’s, you know, socks, but other than that, nothing. I also found out my weakness, that I actually never knew I had, I’m afraid of spiders. Who knew, right? Well, okay, I knew, but I’m supposed to be the fearless leader, so I never told anyone, but now Piper knows, but she doesn’t hold that against me, she just told me that everyone is afraid of something, but only to be fair, I had actually told Sy of my fear. Since I know his, it’s only fair that he knows mine. Now Piper is the only odd man, um, women out. No one knows her fears, for an eight year old, she’s pretty brave

So, to sum it all up, I can create force fields and walk through solid objects, Sy can manipulate darkness and become a shadow. Arrow has killer aim. Percy learned to control his fire. Poison remained the same, and Piper learned to sense weaknesses, but the most important lesson I taught them was to never trust anyone.


So, as you’ve probably guessed, this is more of a filler chapter. It sort of explains what they’ve been going through for the past three months of their lives. Okay, I’m going to be honest with you, I don’t truly see this as much of a chapter, so I’m going to be posting another one today.

Fly on,

Eeman