The Last Predator
- 3058 Words
- Ages 12 and up
Only both of them remained from the team. From two separated big trees, Carter and her teammate took refuge behind them. The tree resembled the giant pillar in Rome possessed in his time of glory on Earth. Saving their life had been the only thoughts in Carter mind for over two hours. The three first teammates winded up in irreversible condition. Their body did not stay much for him to bring back in case of examination or new discovery in this planet ecosystem. His head played as many scenarios as he could think and he even invented some, particularly with the exact circumstances in their current position. Even with his quick thinking and his tactics, nothing brought him a concrete response. Feeling upset, he bit his lips so hard that he bled over his protective and the blood fell in the soil of ground giving an acidic odor they were not familiar. He closed his eyes under the gargoyles and held tighter his full long range blaster. However the answer he wanted could not come from this simple move. He looked at the blaster and his thoughts traveled again to his captain. The word father came into mind. Impossible, he could not possibly call his father to help him. He did not know the guy. As far as he knew he did not have one, except his captain. His pride would not let him to go down so low, let alone his captain. What a shame it would be for his captain to see him pinned down. He should be the most powerful warrior, yet he had been useless for two hours and a half now and waiting. [more]
Keywords: War, Planet, Galaxy, Earth, Captain, Mission, training, soldier, beast, discovery, sun, moon, fragments, predator.