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Chapter One:

It was a dark and stormy night when Brianna emerged from the shadows. She was holding a scythe with a strange liquid slowly dripping from the tip.
"Sup Bri." I said ever so calmly.
"Hey Kibaumi." She said back.
"I see you have your scythe with you. Is it a full moon already?"
When Brianna gets her scythe and goes out at night, shh, I'm not supposed to say anything but, her thirst is at its peak. During full moons, she is more thirsty for her love of blood than any other time during th year. Don't ever come between Bri and her love of blood. If you do... well, just don't okay?
"What are you doing outside at this hour?" Brianna asked with no sense of emotion what so ever.
"You know I have a sleeping disorder." I reminded her.
"Oh, I forgot. My bad. So, do you want to come with me to do one last thing?" she asked.
"Sure, like I have anything better to do. Just don't tempt me like you did last full moon." I told her in hopes that she was listening.
"Okay, lets go. Oh, I almost forgot to tell yoou, I can almost control my thirst like you." she announced.
"Thats good." I replied. Bri looked at her scythe.
"Hey, do you know why-" she cut herself off from that question looking away into the darkness.
"Do I know what? Is everything okay?"
"Yeah, everything is just fine."
It was silent. We have been walking for a good while now.
"Well, we're here. Lets go." Brianna said without hesitation.
"Where exactly is here? Where are we going?" I asked, only to be completely ignored by her selective hearing. So unable to ask her anything else, I just followed along behind her. Wherever we were, it looked to be some kind of old house. You know, the kind all covered in vines and old plants. I just happened to look up and notice a certain corner of the dusty stucture. This particular corner had a web of some sort.

Chapter Two:

As I was out searching for Vincent, I came across someone I haven't seen in a very long time.
"Okami! It's been a long time." I said with anger in my voice.
"Kibaumi, is that you? Man, it has been a long time." He said.
"I thought I finished you off back in Nagasaki. I am eager to find out how you survived, but let's talk about that at a later date. Now, we fight!" He said as he jumped in the air and transformed into a werewolf.
"I will defeat you this time, Okami. You will die." I said as I drew my flame sword. As I lit it with my rare powers, Okami fell from the sky and attemped to bite my arm.
"I see you have a flame sword now. Black flames, nice touch. Too bad you won't be able to use it again!" He said as he came towards me, mouth open, showing his large teeth.

Chapter Three:

"Wh-what happened in here? Did your home get attacked or something?" I said, looking at the walls.
"No, my son got angry and, well, you know...shifted." she said as she smiled.
"He should be getting home soon. I think you would like him."
"Really, you think?" I said with worried eyes.
"Are you sure you want me to meet him? I mean, I dont want to intrude."
"Well, you're already here. He should be home soon. Someisa really is a good guy."
There was a sound of a door closing. Footsteps quiet.
"Hey mom! I'm home!" said a voice, most likely Someisa's voice.
"Oh, Soso! Come into the kitchen, there's somebody I want you to meet." she said as I laughed at the nickname under my breath.
"Mom, if it's another gi-," he said as he walked into the room, shocked and speechless. I stood there with hopes of him not realizing who I really am. I glanced at his appearence. Dirty, yet clean. His dark blonde hair hung low in his face as we stared at eachother, silently. All I could think about was Vincent's safety, until now. I had to think of my own safety and my own life. But, I was too concerned for Vincent's safety and his life to think about my own needs.
"Now, how about some dinner?" the old woman said, finally breaking the long silence.
"Yeah, how about that dinner?" Someisa replied, still staring at me. I was sure he would notice my vampire insignia on my belt. This insignia tells other vampires what coven I came from. Unfortunately, the werewolves soon found out how to tell. I think I have met Someisa before. I really can't recall. The old woman rummaged through a cabinet and pulled out a medium sized pot.
"How about some mac and cheese?"
"Wow, its been a long time since I last had some macoroni and cheese." I said.
"Well, my mom makes the best." Someisa bragged. I laughed.
"Hey, you're kinda nice." Someisa laughed.
"Well, so are you." I said, still on guard.
"Let's make this mac and cheese!" Mrs. Shika said. Suprisingly, I had fun the rest of the night. We ate, talked, and overall had a good time.
"Well, I guess i should get going." I said a little sad at the thought.
"Do you have a place to stay?" Someisa asked.
Well, no. I'm sure I can find a cheap room somewhere."
"You should stay with us for the night" Someisa requested.

Chapter Four:

"I can't believe you." Someisa's voice sounded a little watery. There were a couple of tears rolling down the side of his cheak.
"I am nothinng like Kiken. I don't see how you can even begin to think that." I looked at him, then looked away. I drew my sword and spoke again.
"Then, I guess I'll have to prove it to you."
"Fine. Let us fight." He shifted quickly as i put on the robe. We looked at each other. He tried to bite me with his sharp teeth.
"I don't want to fight you. but I'm willing to do anything for you to see that I'm nothing like Kiken." I attempted to slice his arm, but he was too quick. I knew that I couldn't win this without killing him. i had to try.
"Karma's a bitch, you know that?!" he shouted at me.
"I'm not the one who has to worry about karma, now am I?" I replied haistily.
"What do you mean by that?" Someisa stopped in his tracks, downshifted, and looked around.
The place was a mess. I mean, more of a mess than it was before. I hadn't noticed it earlier, but we had actually ended up outside somehow.
"You should know exactly what I mean. You atempted to kill someone that I just happend to know." He looked at me with a puzzled glare.
"What are you talking about? I don't know hardly any other vampires. I have only come in contact with like five or so. Give of take about one. You, Kibaumi, are most recent. I remember a Hikari, Isamu, a Kaede, You, and I think his name was Venus, no, Valor, no. Oh, what was it?" He thought.
"Do you mean....Vincent?" I said with hesitant lips. I was hoping the answer would be no.
"Ah, that's it! Thank you, his name was Vincent."
"So, you mean....No, it can't be. Do you know where he is?" I asked.
I looked at him for quite a long time. I could tell that deep down, he really cared about me just then.
"Well, why do you ask?" He said finally.
"I love him." I said to reply.
He slowly walked towards me and before I knew it, I was in his arms. It was actually really nice. I was shocked and at the same time I felt safe. I embraced him as he hugged me tighter. Tears began to fall from my face.
"I am so sorry. I really am. I don't think that I killed him, but I know he was seriously injured after our fight. I don't have a clue where he went after that. I believe you now." He really was sorry. I could see it in his eyes.
"Thank you. Thank you so much. You don't know what this means to me. Hey, do me a favor?" I said as I looked him in those beautiful crystal blue eyes.
"Well, sure. I owe you one anyway. What kind of favor do you have in mind? I'll do anything."
"I want you to come with me. I want you to help me find him."
"You really want me to? Well, sure. Of course I will. We could probably find him faster with both of us looking." He was quick to answer, but I was glad he joined me on my search.
"Thank you so much."
Someisa and I tried to fix up the house, it didn't look so good. It was better than it looked after out though, so that was fine with us.

**NOTE** These are NOT the full chapters!! I repeat, these are NOT the full

This is the main character of my book. . . .

Name: Kibaumi
Age: 17
Birthday/Sign: Unknown/Unknown