Half Creature S2 P6 ~ By Prishy
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Ok so I think yall deserve an explanation --

So recently I've been on break because of exams and writer's block and other personal stuff. I'm back! Idk if my writer's block is over yet, but this is just a snippet of what i wrote. PLEASEEE tell me how it could be improved. I am 100% open to feedback! Tysm!

Amari meets an old friend... that's all Ima say ;)

Enjoyyyy!

Half Creature S2 P6 ~ By Prishy

So we were out, away from the HOHC for our own protection.

So we were out, away from the HOHC for our own protection. I felt absolutely horrid that Mr and Mrs Holsworth, the kind, good couple in their 50s, were still there, not knowing where we were at this very minute.

But we didn't have a choice, when you thought about it.

But we didn't have a choice, when you thought about it. "So? Where do we go from here? We need to find that Hecate woman, right?" Liam asked, looking very depressed.

"Well..." I racked my brain, trying to think of where she was last. "She was near the Dark Creek, right? But..."I looked into the distance. Everything was still dark.

"Well..." I racked my brain, trying to think of where she was last. "She was near the Dark Creek, right? But..."I looked into the distance. Everything was still dark. "Shouldn't we find a place to stay for the night? You know, because it's like, one in the morning."

"S-sure..." Ava said, still stretching. "But where?"

"S-sure..." Ava said, still stretching. "But where?" "I think I have just the place..." I said, an idea forming in my head. "Follow me..."

"S-sure..." Ava said, still stretching. "But where?" "I think I have just the place..." I said, an idea forming in my head. "Follow me..." I led them down roads and roads, across alleys and deserted highways. After what felt like a dozen years, after my legs couldn't take it anymore and collapsed, we'd reached.

"Harold's Bar And Pub," Audrey read quietly. "This is a pub," she said, looking at me.

"Harold's Bar And Pub," Audrey read quietly. "This is a pub," she said, looking at me. I grinned. "Not just any pub," I said. "Before I met you guys, I practically lived here. The barkeeper, Harold, taught me what I needed to know in school. Well... what he thought was important."

"What's one plus one?" Sara asked playfully. I rolled my eyes.

"What's one plus one?" Sara asked playfully. I rolled my eyes. "I know that," I said, smiling a bit. But come on." I led them inside.

"What's one plus one?" Sara asked playfully. I rolled my eyes. "I know that," I said, smiling a bit. But come on." I led them inside. Harold, the barkeeper, was whistling as he polished a glass cup. The bar looked comfortably messy, the fireplace was on, and it felt just like it did last time.

Harold did a double take when he saw me. Then he took off his glasses and wiped them with the cloth he was using to polish the cup. Then he put them back on and said, "Amari?"

Harold did a double take when he saw me. Then he took off his glasses and wiped them with the cloth he was using to polish the cup. Then he put them back on and said, "Amari?" "Hi," I said awkwardly.

"Well, I say," he said, beaming. "It's been so long!" he pulled me into a hug.

"Well, I say," he said, beaming. "It's been so long!" he pulled me into a hug. "Yeah, I've been... lost? Anyway, Harold, these are my friends."

"Well, I say," he said, beaming. "It's been so long!" he pulled me into a hug. "Yeah, I've been... lost? Anyway, Harold, these are my friends." Everyone introduced themselves. Harold glowed.

"Well, it is a pleasure to meet you young 'uns. Now, I 'spect you need a place to stay for the night, all of you," he raised his eyebrows.

"Well, it is a pleasure to meet you young 'uns. Now, I 'spect you need a place to stay for the night, all of you," he raised his eyebrows. "Oh, that would be very nice!" Audrey said enthusiastically. "Can we really?"

"It would be my pleasure," he smiled. "I've always wanted children." he sighed happily. "Now, come here. This bar doesn't have much space, but it will have to do. In fact, no.

"It would be my pleasure," he smiled. "I've always wanted children." he sighed happily. "Now, come here. This bar doesn't have much space, but it will have to do. In fact, no. Wait here for a moment." he strode out of the room, a bounce in his step.

I sat at the edge of the room while the others broke into chatter. I stared out the window, thinking about the Hecate business me and my friends had to finish.

I sat at the edge of the room while the others broke into chatter. I stared out the window, thinking about the Hecate business me and my friends had to finish. "Hullo," Ace's voice interrupted my thoughts. His grey eyes sparkled sadly.

"What's wrong?" I asked. Immediately I realized how foolish that question was. Of course he wasn't okay. None of us were. We were all scared, and we had no idea what was going to happen.

"What's wrong?" I asked. Immediately I realized how foolish that question was. Of course he wasn't okay. None of us were. We were all scared, and we had no idea what was going to happen. And Ace's time of month was tomorrow, and I was worried for him as well. All that scared-ness piled up was one big nasty mound of Scared.

"Are you?" he asked.

"Are you?" he asked. "No, that's not the question. Are you okay, Ace. I'm fully aware of what's happening tomorrow. I still haven't thought of anythi-" I stopped.

"Are you?" he asked. "No, that's not the question. Are you okay, Ace. I'm fully aware of what's happening tomorrow. I still haven't thought of anythi-" I stopped. A patch of Wolfsbane rustled in the wind outside. If it had a mouth, it would be screaming, "Amari! Come get me! I'm right here!"

"Ace," I said, my mind turning, "I think I might have a plan for tomorrow..."

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