He growled and slammed him against the wall. "How dare you?!" He snarled.
Stephen glanced to the right. Two more dark figures were swiftly moving towards him. Either salvation from this idiot or more damnation was on its way. Stephen gave it one more try to get loose before he just stayed still.
Stephen glanced to the right. Two more dark figures were swiftly moving towards him. Either salvation from this idiot or more dam.nation was on its way. Stephen gave it one more try to get loose before he just stayed still.
He snarled at Stephen. "You're coming with me..."
"Like he.ll." He twisted and turned, once again trying to get loose. He thought he felt a bit of freedomnow. If he could free himself totally, Stephen could get back to the post.
He sighed and trew him to the ground, popping his arms out of sockets.
Stephen bit back a yell. No need to look like a pathetic loser, though for all intents and purposes he was.
The leader hauled him away, grumbling. He brought him back to the lair and threw him in the basement.
Stephen didn't move for several minutes. In a way, it was slightly comical; this was the exact same coven that Leonardo, the informant who'd been thrown to the side by the crazy woman, had information on. Stephen knew where he recognized the leader from. This was not quite how he had expected the night to proceed.
The stairs creaked as Lilly crept down the stairs. "Great, you again."
He snarled at her. He didn't want to deal with this insolent woman. "Leave me."
Lilly poked him with her foot. "Oh come on."
"Go. Now." If his arms were in any position to move, he'd prop himself up and push her back upstairs. Not exactly an option.
Lilly knelt down. "Hold still..." She grabbed his arms and poppe him back into place.
This time, Stephen did cry out. "Son of a bi.tch." He stayed there for a second before he slowly got up. Good as new.
Lilly sat on the stairs. "I'm kinda sorry about earlier. Hunger makes me pretty crazy..."
Stephen didn't even bother responding verbally. He just glared at her, though he wasn't feeling nearly as hostile as he had when he first saw her.
Lilly rolled her eyes and pushed a dead rabbit to him. "Hungry?"
Stephen held back his surprise. These people were actually going to feed him? He took it and nodded in her direction. "Thanks." He took that opportunity to feed himself. When he was done, Stephen cast it aside, then looked at Lily.
Lilly stood and began walking back up the stairs. "Nice knowing you kid."