Dogs of War: Howl at the Moon

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Re: Dogs of War: Howl at the Moon

Post by Machine Man on Sat Jul 22, 2017 12:05 pm

"Sounds like a plan," Tor replied, giving the girl a careful squeeze once again. He could understand Teager's fear and anxiety. He was just as eager to get the mission over with so they could move on to more interesting adventures, but to do so would require a large degree of focus. With one last smile, he lead Teager through the house to the door, promising to stop for breakfast along the way.

Much to his surprise, as he pulled the door open, Tor stood face to face with Bries, who had apparently been standing in the courtyard waiting for the two Weres to emerge from their temporary dwelling.

"Bries," Tor said, nodding politely.

"Good morning, sir. Madam. I trust you rested as well as could be expected?" His eyes slowly swayed between them, never focusing on one or the other.

"We did, and we appreciate the hospitality.

"I'm glad to hear it. Mistress Delphi asked me to deliver a message to you once you woke. She is occupied at the moment, but she wanted to give you a head start on your mission. There has been a reported sighting of the Envoy by a local vampire. She was seen at a bar on Lavaca street, near a coffee shop. She was flanked by four guards, who made a conscious but poor effort to hide their association and proximity. Should be easy to spot."

"Thank you Bries," Tor said with a smile. "We'll head there right away."

"Teager, you ready to finish this?"

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Re: Dogs of War: Howl at the Moon

Post by Danry on Thu Aug 03, 2017 9:59 pm

Teager nodded, but felt a pit of uneasiness form in her stomach. She knew they had to complete their mission to move on with their life away from Iorek, but so soon? There was no way it was going to be that easy. The Weres weren't so reckless to just bring the Envoy out in public knowing that the entire vampire community and some Weres were out looking for her. They had a plan. Something wasn't quite right.

"I'm ready as I'll ever be. Let's get the Envoy home." Her gaze drifted up to Tor, her love, her Mate, unable to push away her unease. She had finally gotten him, what if she did something wrong? What if she couldn't protect him? What if she didn't survive? The young female hoped her worries were not too obvious for she wanted to appear strong, and ready for anything, not scared and worried.

Besides, he had said there were only four guards, the two of them should be able to handle that. Of course she wasn't going to underestimate them; they tried to make it seem as if they weren't with the Envoy but it could all be a ruse and lead them into a trap.

Teager took a breath, pushed her fear to the back of her mind, and straightened herself. Now she was ready.

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Re: Dogs of War: Howl at the Moon

Post by Machine Man on Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:25 pm

Tor walked back through the home, escorting his mate to the car waiting for them outside the front door. He insisted on driving, not because he didn't trust someone else to do so, but because he wanted to arrive quickly, which meant possibly breaking a few rules. Teager might have been anxious about completing their mission, though she hid it well, Tor wanted to get it done so they could start the rest of their lives together. There was a lot of uncertainty in their future, but he wanted to get started with her as soon as possible. He wanted cubs. He wanted to be a father and a husband and a mate.

Once they were in the car and fastened securely, their car roared away from the home, the GPS already locked in to their destination. "I doubt she'll still be there when we get there, but we should be able to pick up their scent and go from there. I'm suspecting a trap here, so let's be smart." In his head he was already working out the math. If she had four guards, that meant she probably had eight or twelve. There was the question of her state of mind. Was she panicked or calm? Would she fight or run?

Tor did his best not to squeal the tires as he tore down the city streets. He didn't want to waste anytime, nor did he wish to alert the wolves to their arrival preemptively. He parked a few blocks away then turned to Teager. "No matter what happens," he said softly, "... you stay safe. Don't get in over your head. You have someone to come back to, okay?"

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Re: Dogs of War: Howl at the Moon

Post by Danry on Tue Oct 10, 2017 10:59 pm

Teager placed her hand against her mates cheek and smiled. "I have finally gotten you all to myself. I will make sure that I come back to you, and you had better do the same." Now that there was word on the Envit, and her 'escorts' everything had gotten real very quickly. One slip up, one wrong move and it was over. Teager wasn't about to let that happen.

Taking a deep, calming breath, she turned and let the window down a crack allowing the outside air to fill the car. Even though they were a few blocks away, the smell of the Walkers was potent, it wouldn't be hard to follow. It was almost too strong, and Teager realized that there was definitely more than just four. Her eyes narrowed slightly, her muscles tightening, all of her training xoming to the forefront of her mind. Mason and Tor had trained her for this, she knew what to do, her reactions were fast, and she was strong. All she had to do was focus, not panic, and not allow herself to get distracted.

"Lets bring the Envoy home. I'm ready to start my life with you." She pressed her lips to Tora softly as if giving him a good luck kiss, and prepared herself for what would be a long and bloody battle.

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Re: Dogs of War: Howl at the Moon

Post by Machine Man on Sat Oct 14, 2017 11:21 am

Tor couldn't help but smile. He felt more and more lucky every moment he was with Teager. It did carry with it a small degree of frustration, for it reminded him of how much time he wasted with... what was her name again? Jamie? Oh well, it didn't matter. He had Teager, and that's all he needed.

Slipping a quick kiss to his mate, Tor slid out the door and took a deep breath in. The smell of Walkers filled the air. What interested him was the blatant potency of their odor; they were making no attempts to mask their presence. It wasn't a trap so much as it was a challenge. They weren't stupid, but they knew that they were in control of the situation. Tor and Teager had to come to them, and that meant outstanding odds against the pair.

With a firmly set air of resolution, Tor moved forward, his steps calm and measured, his heartbeat steady. When the time came, he would take every enemy apart one by one. His confidence soared, but was tempered by his concern for his lover, who, despite being an excellent warrior, was too important for him to lose.

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Re: Dogs of War: Howl at the Moon

Post by Danry on Wed Oct 18, 2017 10:34 pm

Teager followed Tor out of the car, her stride and posture radiating confidence and power. Even if she felt small and weak and scared. She knew what she could handle, she knew what her limits were, but she also knew that she would lose any semblance of control she had if anything were to happen to Tor. She would bloody the entire town and not stop until she was put down if anything happened to him.

Mentally she prepared herself for any possible scenario, taking in their surroundings for an escape route. The closer they got to the last known whereabouts of the Envoy the stronger the Walker smell. It set her teeth on edge and made the hairs on her neck stand up. It was going to be one hell of a fight, and judging by the smell, they were enormously outnumbered.

Almost as a reassurance, she grabbed Tors hand in hers, his strength pushing back her anxiety. Their bond as Mates allowed them to make each other stronger, faster, more durable. It was something Teager never thought she'd possess, but in that moment she knew that with Tor by her side there was nothing she couldn't do.

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