Sean scopped her up like a child in his arms and flew off into the sky. He had been planing to stop in the sky, but it might have been hard for her to breath so he landed in a very bright and happy park .Vienna was marked with the hunter's arua so the people couldn't see her.
((Is Daevion going to find them?))
(( If you'd like, that would make things interesting! ))
Vienna was seemingly caught off guard when Sean scooped her up, but she didn't protest. She felt nervous, what if Daevion found them? What would he think?
The park Sean brought her to was beautiful, nothing like she had ever seen in the Underworld. "Sean, this is beautiful, but what if Daevion finds us here?"
Sean shook his head, "Unless someone dies here, he isn't going to find us. All hunters follow their basic instinct, and it does not lead them to bright happy parks."
Daevion's buzzer hadn't gone off in awhile and he had simply been wandering around. After a long time he looked around and found himself in some sort of park. He shook his head but something caught his eye and he stood there eyes wide, mouth open.
Vienna nodded slowly, but doubts still lingered in the back of her mind. Just as she was about to say something, she caught sight of some movement. When she turned to look directly at it, her cheeks flushed bright red. It was just what she had been afraid would happen. "S-s-sean...." she whispered, about to break down in tears.
Sean turned and looked. "Oh dear. What is this? It isn't possible, a Hunter couldn't possibly come here." He pushed Vienna behind him, "don't worry I'll protect you."
Daevion stood there stock still until the Gaurdain pushed Vienna behind him. His body began to shake and his eyes widened even more. He sprinted foward changing into a he.ll.hou.nd on his way and the Gaurdain met his as an Eagal.
Vienna didn't want to be protected by Sean, she wanted to be protected by Daevion. "I don't need your protection from him, he won't hurt me!" she pleaded. She shrieked when they both transformed, knowing it couldn't possibly end well for any of them. She knew she had lost any trust Daevion had with her for a long while.
Vienna had never really seen why Daevion was considered the best Hunter. But today, his he.ll.hou.nd form seemed bigger, blacker, stronger. Daevion attacked the Gaurdain with such veriouscity that the angle ad no chance. The Eagal fell withn seconds as Daevion raked at his body with his claws, tore him apart pratrically. Daevion snarled and launched at his throat, going for the kill.
Vienna let out a soft whimper as she turned her gaze away. She couldn't bear to watch, and there was no use trying to stop Daevion. He was stronger than she had ever seen him before. This was all her fault, all of it. "Please.... Don't kill him." she pleaded. "It's my fault, not his. I was stupid. I assumed things I shouldn't have. It's yoi I love Daevion, not him." she whispered despairingly.
Daevion paused, but then his jaws closed and tore out the eagal's throat. He climbed off the body and snarled at Vienna. No at the girl, she had no name. it took him a full mintue before he transformed back, and then he still kept his claws. His face a mask of rage to hide how broken he was. He grabbed the girl's shoulder, nails digging into her skin and shaddow traveled. Not hearing her escuses or anything else, Daevion left her in the hallway and went into his room, slamming the door and dropping to his knees before he started to destroy everything in his room.
Vienna flinched as she felt the nails dig into her. She didn't protest, for she knew she very well deserved it. How could she have been so clueless? They were back to square one, just where they had started this whole thing. She was just a servant to him now, and that was all. She sank to the ground in a crumbled heap and buried her head in her knees. Quiet tears began to stream down her cheeks, she didn't want to be too loud. She didn't really deserve to cry anyways, this was all her doing.
Daevion collapsed in the middle of his room which was now filled with only shards of what had been there before. Tears did not come to Hunters. Hunters didn't have feelings, they didn't get happy or sad, they did get high, and they did feel good. But they did not love.
Daevion started to sob, at first dry heaves, no tears. But then tears started to flow. for awhile he didn't notice but then he felt his face. He was crying. He was crying! Daevion jerked back, what had happened? what was going on?!
Vienna continued to cry quietly, hoping not to wake or disturb any of the other Hunters. She felt a rush of several different emotions, but most of all, she felt empathetic toward the pain she had caused Daevion. She wanted to go in and talk to him, but she knew he wouldn't accept any of what she had to say, and rightly so.
Daevion jerked up and stumbled back into the wall. He touched his face and brought his hand back down, it was wet. He was crying, but that wasn't possible. He thought back a little bit, he had never even felt anything except highs before Vienna. but a human had no magic, had no way to make him feel.
If he could feel, then he wasn't a Hunter. Daevion's eyes widened and he rake his claws through the shreds. At least he wasn't pure Hunter.
As Vienna continued to cry she began to blame Nathan for all of this. If Nathan hadn't been such a careless driver, they never would have gotten into the accident and she wouldn't have had to meet Daevion. That was the thing. How could someone like her, a simple human, see people, rather creatures, like Daevion and Sean? Not everyone had that power, right?
Was there something more to her that gave her that ability? Maybe some sort of... sixth sense?