The mass of violence was lurking throughout the atmosphere and both Cyano and Hans were fighting in between life and death. At this rate I knew that Cyano wouldn't stand a chance on surviving and of course I didn't want that to happen since I was indebted to him plus, he's the only cousin that cared for me. I kept hold of my emotions, staring towards bat while thinking of a brilliant way to stop those two from continuing their fight.
"Dominion, summon me at your assistance!" Bat shouted.
His words were futile since that Cyano was into that fight, even though he was now severely injured, he ignored them and continued his fight for his survival. The mess I had made was very fatal. If only I didn't run away from that sickening hunter, this wouldn't have happened! I dashed right in the middle of the battle field and attacked him with my claws.
"Move aside Food-supply, he's my prey now!" He exclaimed furiously.
"No, you move aside! He's the one I must protect!" I growled towards him, giving him a hard glare.
"Don't get in my way Natalya, you won't win this!" Cyano tried to convince me.
I knew that I was crying that I couldn't hold my emotions anymore. As my tears fell down my pale cheek, I didn't turn my head facing him instead of saying, "You're the only one who cared for me in the vampire land. If it wasn't for you, I'll never existed for this very day. Please let me at least repay you with this."
He stood up and slapped me hard on the face. I was astounded by his sudden violence towards me that it was his first time doing so, "Why are you just so weak?" He murmured. "At this rate I will never be able to protect you or even myself. Why am I so stupid to fall for you?"
"Enough with the conversation and fight back you dimwit!" Hans shouted from afar.
He gave a smirk, "Yes, let's finish this once and for all."
The fight continued. The fighting scene was so beautiful as if they were dancing for their life with Cyano's blood spurted out like raining rubies, beautifully yet so malicious. If this what he wished then I would not bother myself to interfere with his fight of survival. For us vampires, all our fights were our honors. If we fled from our battlefield, it means that we'll lose our honor. And now, he's fighting to make sure that he wouldn't stain his own.
"Dominion!" Bat kept on shrieking for his master in order to assist him.
"Don't interfere Bat. It's his honor. Don't make him feel bad with it," I gestured a hand and succesfully stopped him from marching ahead. "You're no use in this fight."
He embraced me while bursting to tears that he knew this time, he would lose his master for sure. I hugged him tightly as to express my despair in losing one of my comrades in that very melancholy state. And for the last touch, Hans stabbed him right into his heart with his silver death-scythe. There he was, laying down helplessly as I went nearer to him, grabbing his hand into mine.
"My will..." He said with a hoarse voice.
I took him nearer to me so that I could hear him clearly, "Your will?"
He smiled and gestured his fore-finger towards Bat who was flying nearby, "He's your father's. This is his will as well as mine."
My eyes widened, "What do you mean?"
"Your father decided to wilt away somewhere inside this cave. If you really want to save him, then better make it fast. He's so just like you," He patted my head. "He's can't stand it anymore. Seeing the horror and the fears from his prey, he's too soft-hearted just like you. No wonder Bat was attached to him. Oh and... you have 2 day approximately."
Soon, his hand fell down as his body slowly turned to dust. Hans went to me and patted my head, "That is the fate of both vampire and vampire hunter."
"Do you think, I still have my honor?" I asked while my watery eyes was still locked at the ashes that belongs to Cyano.
His sapphire eyes were giving a sad look towards my pathetic condition, "They are still there. Your honor is to protect what is right for you."
"Then, will you let me save my father from wilting away?" I begged.
"No, it means that you're forcing him to live and make himself suffer again," He explained briefly.
"Well then, will you let me see him for the last time before death calls for him?" My tears dropped again and this time, very hurtful.
"I can't restrain you from doing so," He whispered to my ears.
And so, of we went and of course, with Bat by my side, towards my father's coffin. This will be the last time for me to see him and bid him a proper farewell. I mustn't cry in front of him and must I show my courage upon him that I was fine.
To be continued.