Eden Virus 24: Intermission
Eden Virus 24: Intermission series stories

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It spoke to me a light; “My child, are you not tired of this sin filled world?”

“Come and embrace me. Accept me.”

It called to me; A Paradise. It granted to me; An Eternity. It brought to me; Salvation.

No pain. No fear. No evil. No sins. No deaths.

For this world is Eden. And it shall burn.

Eden Virus 24: Intermission

The sudden wind blew at them with such force that he could not even get close. Kenjirou watched as the powerful whirlwind swirled around the spot where Ryuuko was.

In her hand was a blinding pillar of light, rushing out from her cellphone and piercing the sky. She was covering her eyes as she stood in the eye of the storm.

Then for just a brief moment; he saw it. The figure of a silver haired person, a being of indistinguishable gender, suddenly appeared behind Ryuuko.

He watched in dismay as the figure slowly wrapped their hands around Ryuuko and began to pull her away.

"TAKATORA!" Kenjirou struggled back on his feet and ran with all his strength towards the girl, his hands desperately trying to grab hold of her but he was immediately pushed back.

It was almost as if there was an invisible barrier between them.

He looked to see Ryuuko standing there, unable to even move, with a terrified look on her face.

She turned to them and weakly mouthed the word "help" before the malevolent winds tore into his body, shredding his flesh and violently throwing him back.


"ARGH!" He smashed into a building with tremendous force. Disoriented, he struggled to get up but his body refused to move.

"PREZ!" Kenjirou heard Takuya cried out to him.

"PREZ!" Kenjirou heard Takuya cried out to him. His eyes moved to meet with the gaze of the figure but their inhuman eyes only give a glance, as if looking down on them like insignificant insects.

A sadistic smirk slowly appeared on their face, as if to mocking their helplessness.

And then, they vanished.


Kenjirou and Takuya scrambled back to their feet and quickly ran to where Ryuuko was but there was no trace of the girl.


"I-I don't know! She completely disappeared from my radar! This isn't possible!"

"God freaking dammit! Why the hell can't you do anything right you useless bastard?!" Takuya screamed.


"BOTH OF YOU SHUT YOUR TRAPS!" Kenjirou could barely contain his anger as he shouted at the top of his lungs at the two.

Rage boiled within him, not only from the pathetic bickering of his two clubmates but also from the shame of his failure.

To not even be able to protect the one person they were supposed to, he gritted his teeth so hard blood gushed from his gums.

"Mitsuhide, do everything you can to locate Takatora! Track her down, no matter what!"

"Working on it!"

"Prez, look! Up in the sky!"

Darting his head upwards, he laid eyes on the horrific scene of the dark skies splitting apart.

Cracks formed where the pillar of light had previously touched and was getting bigger, tearing across the skies like a broken window.


Kenjirou held his ears as a deafening sound of glass shattering erupted throughout the land.

The grounds shook violently, and entire area was suddenly flooded with a blinding flash of light that poured out of the heavens.

"What the hell is going on!?"

"KENJIROU, TAKUYA, WATCH OUT!" Juntaro warned them as the sudden pieces fell from the skies like a meteor shower.

Kenjirou immediately grabbed Takuya and dove for cover just as the fragments came down upon them and pierced their bodies.


"SHUT YOU MOUTH AND STAY DOWN!" Kenjirou growled.

"YOU BIG IDIOT! YOU WANT TO DIE!?" Takuya angrily protested as he struggled to break free from the his tight hold.

But the president stayed firm, pinning his friend down and shielding him even as an untold number of the shards continued to ripped into his body.


"I told you...SHUT YOUR MOUTH!"

Kenjirou could not feel any of this, but he was losing too much blood.

They were like daggers, the pieces of the falling skies were tearing him apart and there was no telling when the downpour will end. Desperately, he fought to keep himself together.

"At the very least," He thought, "I can save Hideyoshi and Mitsuhide." These thoughts were all he could mustered as he felt his consciousness slowly slipping away.

Then, the trembling grounds around them finally broke apart. A flash of light enveloped the boys as they fell through the floor into an abyss of white.

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