I peeked out into the hallway. Just because I could not be hurt doesn't mean I can't die. Alarms were going off throughout the building. I could hear a group of armed men coming my way.
I had an idea though.
I put on the dead woman's Liberty Mask. Undressing quickly, I took off all my civilian clothing, and put the woman's body in it.
I put on her blood soaked black shirt and pants, and put the trench coat back on.
Stepping back into the hallway, the first soldier I came upon was the one with the medkit. "Give me that! It's about time!" I said, perfectly imitating the woman's voice.
"Y-yes Liberty!" He said, saluting me. Liberty.... I liked the sound of that. I saluted him back and proceeded past him. Clearly he didn't know the woman was dead.
Unfortunately for me, the three men I came across down the hall DID. They had been given orders to kill on sight. And they had swords. Go figure.
The first swing was at my neck. I had to duck under it, and it cut some hair off my head. They had already figured out how to kill me.
I quickly hit the first man in the head with the medkit as he swung, making him drop the sword.
As two more men rushed me, I whipped open the medkit and took out the gauze roll. I dodged them both, getting behind the first attacker, now unarmed, and strangled him with the cloth.
God this feels good. I hadn't killed since my serial streak as a teenager.
As one of the other men came towards me again, I kicked the sword laying on the ground upwards and it went directly through his chin.
The remaining man locked eyes with me. I threw the medkit at his face. He sliced it with his sword, leaving him open for me to throw a punch. I hit his nose, breaking it.
Then, I did something even I didn't think I'd ever do.
I thrust my hand into his eye socket. I'm sure you can assume what happened next. I looked down the hall and saw the masked man fumbling with a key card and a locked door.
He had taken my sanity, and soon, I would take his. I approached him slowly, a blade in either hand. The scent of blood only made me more excited. I couldn't wait to see what HIS looked like.