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Brains Good: Episode TwoBrains Good!Brains Good: Episode Two by ~VAgentZero
Episode Two: Blunt Objects Travelling at Supersonic Velocities
The staff raised at the ready, he took a swing. The heavy oaken rod connected with the lead figure's chin, knocking him back into the crowd and taking about half of its compatriots off their feet. A couple of the others stumbled over the newly-assembled mass of limbs to pursue the three full-humans who had rushed for the stairs, halfway down the hall under a door clearly labeled "EXIT" by an overhead sign. These had a more developed green tinge than poor Alucard, who was still lying in a heap on Jamie's bed in the room formerly in her possession. They were probably lost causes as well, but the group had no time or will to argue. Fighting is good, staying alive is better.
Rhyesa paused for a second to heave the lamp at their pursuers to further slow them, catching the leader in the abdomen and causing him to stagger back a step or two and bump into the zombie immediately behind him, who was unprepared (at least,
Brains Good: Episode OneBrains Good!Brains Good: Episode One by ~VAgentZero
Episode One: The Arrival at ScavengerCon
It was a long, lonely stretch of road. Nothing but pastures and cows for miles. The sun set on a long, weary day, with naught but a red Elantra, currently occupied by a party of three, and South Dakota State Route 97 as signs of human civilization. A young Holstein lifted its head as the hum of the automobile passed by at a startling speed, but went back to chewing the grass it had recently left.
Nice, peaceful, and quiet. Outside.
The CD player blared a recent offering from Rob Zombie, as Jamie competed with it to speak on her cell phone (which, coincidentally, had recently beeped a low-battery warning.) "Yes, Mother," she groaned. "...No, mother. ...Oh, you've got to be kidding. You fixed it? Again? Why? You know that car can't go any faster than twenty!"
"Still fighting with the car, Jamie?" Jim's voice from the front of the vehicle joked.
"Of course. My mother won't just let it die. But of course, Jill gets a new freak