The Last Vampire
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Vampires were deemed as a dangerous species by the Holy Church and, as an effect, vampires were hunted to near-extinction. The number of vampires remaining in the world became unknown as Vampire Hunters killed off every vampire they could find no matter gender, sex, race, or age.
A red-headed young girl with pale skin and a fragile-looking body, which is a signature look of a vampire, was found out to be a vampire by three orphans. The orphans discovered the girl in an alleyway, crying softly to herself. The orphans attempted to console the young girl, but after her fangs were exposed they chose to attack her. “You’re a monster!” shouted the oldest of the orphans with a chubbier body and wearing a loose sweater.
“Kill yourself, vimp,” slurred one of the orphans with dark scruffy hair and wearing a torn windbreaker.
“You’re an abomination to humanity!” shouted the last of the orphans, a female, with brown hair that went to her jaw and wearing a loose jacket and jeans. She looked to be the youngest of the group. The oldest orphan proceeded to kick the young girl, making contact in her face. The girl dropped to the side and grabbed her face. The other two orphans followed the oldest and started kicking the girl in the stomach.
“Stop!” the girl shrieked. “Stop! Help!”
“Ain’t nobody helping you vimp!” shouted the oldest orphan.
“Yeah, vimp!” shouted the female orphan.
“Die! Vimp!” shouted the last orphan. Their kicks tore apart an old wound of the girl, spewing blood onto the dirt-infused concrete. The girl’s shouts of pain were ignored by passersby, who didn’t intend on involving themselves with vampires.
“Hey!” shouted another orphan
Current Part: #5 [Part One, Horizon's Closing, Greenfire 1 - 3]
Status: Ongoing [more]
Keywords: The Last Vampire, Nick Venom, Jayhawk Studio, Fantasy, Vampires, Vampire Hunter, Tasu & Angelina, Orphanage, Adventure, Drama, Romance, Family & Relationships, Humor, Part One, Horizon Closing, Greenfire, Action, Greenfire 2, Greenfire 3, Solo Series, Fiction [more]