Bloodied Air - Part 2 [A Dead Space Fanfic]“Whoa, whoa, whoa!” I exclaimed as I raising my hands in hopes the fellow wouldn’t shoot me. “I’m not one of them! Relax!”I couldn’t catch much of the figure, only four blinding blue lights and another white one below them. They somewhat seemed to bob up and down as the figure breathed. The shadow behind it I could only notice had a rig, yet no helmet on. As to what details he had on his suit, I still couldn’t quite discern.“Alright, who the Hell are you then?!” The man questioned demandingly. He seemed to be very authoritative, deep voice cutting through the air harshly. “And why were you bursting through my vent hatch?”My hands remained covering my face. “Who am I? Do we really need to know that now?!” I asked confusedly, wondering why this guy would want to make friends at a time like this. He didn’t budge, however, and continued to aim—what I could only assume was—his gun at my
Bloodied Air - Part 1 [A Dead Space Fanfic]“So, how long are you stayin’ there?”I sighed with an obvious amount of tension entering my voice. “I dunno,” I replied, “They say I’m gonna be here for a month or so.”“Well, shit.”“Indeed,” I said, running a hand through my hair. There was a pause in the room as I took a quick glance at my clock. “Well, uh… I gotta get to work. I’m probably already late.”“Alright, then. Don’t let that ‘jet lag’ get to ya, yeah?”“Yeah, yeah, sure. Bye.”Trading our farewells, I then regretfully ended the call. The last thing I wanted to do was end a transmission between them—or anyone, at that. It was lonely out in space, to quote Elton John. Despite the numerous amounts of people currently staying on the Sprawl, it wasn’t like I knew any of them. I was actually quite the unsocial pipsqueak, but that never really bothered me up
Breach: Season 3 - EpilogueI'm not sure how long I was asleep for. I couldn't even really tell if I was asleep anyways. All I saw was blackness. A lucid feeling washed over me, fading in and out indescribably. I couldn't tell how much time passed. I couldn't feel anything. It just seemed like I was... Floating in nothingness without a body. My soul, fading away with each passing second, flickering into nothingness. That's what it seemed like, at least.My eyes shot open. I don't know what willed me to do it. I didn't even know I could to it at all. The black veil was lifted, and a blinding light greeted me. My vision was blurry; I couldn't make out a thing. I soon realized, due to my slumber, that my eyes were crossed. Despite the discomfort of doing so, I managed to focus them enough to figure out where I was.The orange sunlight from above still shined unpleasantly into my eyes. I lifted an arm to block it out, only to discover an incredible pain shooting through my shoulder. In confusion, I looked to my arm,
Breach: Season 3 - Part XXIV - Season FinaleAs we emerged into Urbia—or what was formerly Urbia—I could only think of how terrible the situation was. That, and how lucky we were to have made it out with no complications. Very few fires were still burning in the town, leaving only blackened buildings to lie in the streets. The quiet sound of the moans of the undead reverberated across the subway, only making the city seem more abandoned.I could only assume Hughes was dead.Just then, a demonic roar all-too familiar to me resonated from the left side of the tunnels. The previous time I even heard from that monster was at the SCP outpost, and the last thing I wanted to do was have that happen again. Quick with our movements, Natalie and I escaped in the opposite direction, somehow avoiding contact with any more of the undead.The trek was some twisted form of déjà vu. We traveled through the darkened tunnels, gravel crunching beneath our feet. Natalie, saddened beyond belief, walked with her head bowed down beside me.
Breach: Season 3 - Part XXIIII was shocked. I couldn’t even move. Through all of the events that had occurred within just a few minutes, I was left speechless. Yuki, Samuel, Alex, and the stranger stood between us and the body of General Black. Natalie and I couldn’t help but remain idle, both of us shocked by the sudden death of her father—especially of it being by the hands of our former trainer.“What… the Hell?” I stammered.Yuki grinned maniacally. “Did I surprise you?” She asked, arms pushing out from her body a bit.“You… Y-You…” I literally had to force myself to speak, or else nothing would’ve come out but a whimper. “You shot him…”“He wasn’t important anyways,” Alex said simply. Great. Turns out he was evil too.The strange, bloodshot eyed man stepped forward. Oddly enough, he seemed very weak in his step, as well as his posture. It was almost as if he was an old man, but even from the l