Alec Silvercrest::70::Demon He had become accustom to taking late walks at night. Late meaning midnight and on because to him it was when all the exciting stuff happened. Not that he would call a smallish dog almost getting run over exciting. Luckily the car that wasn't going to stop for that dog stopped for a grizzly bear which seemed ironic. He had managed to send the pup to his brother which was doing god knows what with his hoard of pets. The thought sent warmth through the man enough to let out a small whistle into the cold nights air. His breath looked like smoke in front of him which he always enjoyed despite the fact he didn't smoke. It was especially cold by the shoreline no matter how far it was. It was his choice to walk this path though and the salt air was rather nice for a change. He tugged his dark purple scarf around him more and moved it once over his mouth to keep his nose warm. The streets, besides the homeless here and there, were mostly empty and void of life. He supposed it being a school night in combination with the sun not being out made up for most of peoples nights. Looking over the edge of his scarf and out towards the waters he let out a sigh. If the waters weren't so cold he would have been tempted to actually try them out. His footsteps were soundless as he continued on. The bells in the distance chimed with the arrival of boats in the harbor leaving or arrivi- His thoughts were cut off when he saw a lump on the ground under a tree along the dew covered grass. Darkness covered it well though it was smaller than he was used to seeing with the homeless. Not so much clothes to keep it warm. Another dog perhaps? He paused in his walking; feeling tempted to go over and check but not wanted to be scolded by another angry homeless person for waking them up. Taking a chance, he walked over soundlessly, not allowing the grass to crunch under him. He would just take a peak and leave before whoever it was would wake up. If it was a dog he would just have to send another to his brother for the night, if it was a homeless person he would run like hell before they woke up. Lazarus::18::Werecat The whole room faded in and out of focus as he slowly woke up. Waking up, huh. He didn't remember it being so painful. His vision blurred in and out of sight and eventually everything when dark again. He didn't know how long had passed before he opened his eyes again but this time silence didn't great him but rather beeping and yelling. Strange faces moved above him in a blur, spinning and looking down at him before looking at each other. Sharp shiny object glinted off the light causing him to squint. Why was everything to bright? He needed to get up; where ever he was he needed too-. He felt himself being pushed back down and the voices grew louder and his body weakly complied before going back to sleep. He woke again, his head throbbing and one of his eyes was dark this time. His head still pan from one direction to the next, the room never steadying and never stopping. He closed his eyes and willed himself back to sleep where everyone was slow and peaceful. A shaking woke him before he could drift off again and he looked up towards a male face. Noises came from his mouth though he didn’t know what they were. Words but why couldn't he make them out, "I-" he began but no notice came from his mouth. His throat felt dry. Whoever the man was he didn't seem to see him. A moment later a syringe was held up against the light and his eyed went wide. He didn't know why or how but he attacked. When he woke again, he knew it was the last time. His body needed to move to run. Why he felt this impulse he hadn't a clue. Picking his arms up to rub his face he felt them catch on something. His wrists felt heavy and his head felt light, his body was a mess. Tilting his head down towards his hand he saw they were strapped to the bed. Bed? His grey eyes wandered around the room slowly, wondering where he was. Why was this room so bright when it was so dark outside? How he knew it was dark he had no idea. He glanced to the covered windows.