Half Creature S2 P4 ~ By Prishy
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Amari learns shocking news about Hecate- she's headed for a garbage dump. But... is she?

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Half Creature S2 P4 ~ By Prishy

I tried to ignore it for the next few days. After all, she could be talking about anything, right? Rats in a rat trap, flies in a fly trap... I tried to keep it together.

I tried to ignore it for the next few days. After all, she could be talking about anything, right? Rats in a rat trap, flies in a fly trap... I tried to keep it together. But then something pretty big happened. Big and scary.

A rainy Monday afternoon, after school was finished, I turned on the news, wondering if there was an update about Hecate's whereabouts. Sara sat next to me, looking anxious.

A rainy Monday afternoon, after school was finished, I turned on the news, wondering if there was an update about Hecate's whereabouts. Sara sat next to me, looking anxious. "We have got live footage. Hecate, the criminal mastermind on the loose, Birsha's sister, is headed for..." the news reported stated.

She looked disgusted for a minute, then returned back to her fixed smile. "She is headed for a garbage dump near the Dark Creek. Call the police," she whispered to the man sitting next to her.

She looked disgusted for a minute, then returned back to her fixed smile. "She is headed for a garbage dump near the Dark Creek. Call the police," she whispered to the man sitting next to her. He nodded and left.

She looked disgusted for a minute, then returned back to her fixed smile. "She is headed for a garbage dump near the Dark Creek. Call the police," she whispered to the man sitting next to her. He nodded and left. "Well that's good," I said. "She doesn't know where we are yet."

Sara looked distraught. "She does! Didn't you- oh. You don't know, do you."

Sara looked distraught. "She does! Didn't you- oh. You don't know, do you." Ace came in the room looking very tired. His jet-black hair looked like it had blown up, and his face was dark with some black liquidy stuff.

Sara looked distraught. "She does! Didn't you- oh. You don't know, do you." Ace came in the room looking very tired. His jet-black hair looked like it had blown up, and his face was dark with some black liquidy stuff. "What the-?" I started.

"Don't ask, please," he said. "I do not have a very good grade in chemistry right now."

"Don't ask, please," he said. "I do not have a very good grade in chemistry right now." "Ace," Sara asked. "Tell her about what the Regulars see. Please."

"Don't ask, please," he said. "I do not have a very good grade in chemistry right now." "Ace," Sara asked. "Tell her about what the Regulars see. Please." "Oh? Well, the Regulars, or the people who aren't half creatures, they see this place as a garbage dump. It's magicked. Tells them not to come here. Why?" he asked.

He did a double take at the TV. His smile slowly faded. "Oh. That is not good."

He did a double take at the TV. His smile slowly faded. "Oh. That is not good." "It means," Sara turned to me, "that somehow, Hecate knows where we are."

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