Todd walked at a slow pace through the streets. The city was quiet at this time of night, and he absolutely loved it. Silence had always been his best friend, adn he never needed anyone else. Looking over towards the small shops on the opposite side of the street, he wondered to himself what it would be like to be a simple person shopping around for a bit of food or some nice clothes. He had never known these things, he had never needed to. Everything he had he had simply taken, and thats how it would always be with him. He never had a family, never felt love or generosity, those things were foriegn to him. He continued on, washing his thoughts away with his current goal. He was headed towards the cities best night club, not by choice but by rule. He had a mission, and it needed to be carried out. His dress shirt and slacks weren't exactly proper attire, but then again his future actions couldn't even be described with the word proper. Looking up the street, he could see the sign and the girls waiting outside, for some reason this place loved letting the males in, and it wasn't a gay bar. For some reason, the woman in this town just couldn't get enough of this place, and he had a hunch as to why. He simply walked past the guard, who didn't even notice him thanks to the small motivation he placed into a certain group of giddy girls at the front. His abilities amused him, and it wasn't simply for a distraction, soon a woman pulled a knife on the man and stabbed him repeatedly. He needed a distraction for more than an entrance. Soon everyone was flooding inside, but he didn't get touched once, people actually formed arounde him as if they were terrified to even touch him. Once he actually reached the bar, it was pretty much clear, except for a couple groups of grad students who were enjoying themselves before they're finals. He sat down, yawned soflty and began to look around. That girl had to be here somewhere, where else would she hide in a town like this. She had to know he would find her here, or anywhere else for that matter, but this place gave her an environmental advantage. She would easily be able to conceal herself among the masses. So he would have to find her through other means. He looked up above him and around the rest of the establishment, there was a second story dance floor wrapping around the main floor in the center, and a balcony bordered it, so that people could look down on the rest of the crowd. So he rose, maneuvering his way through the crowd, he began to climb the steps. As soon as he was higher than the rest he began looking, not for a person, but for that one aura he saw. For this wasn't a mission or goal for someone else, but for him and him alone. He was going to find this girl, if it killed him, which he figured it probably would after he found her, or whoever was chasing her along with him. For the girl wasn't actually the true targer, but simply a means to get to his real target, the man that had killed his wife. The man didn't know who he was, and he didn't even realize that Todd had anything to do with the woman that he had raped and murdered in the alley beside they're house. They man was simply fiending for his fix, and figured that the excitement would carry over until he could get his next big high. Another thing this man didn't realize was what Todd was actually capable of, and he knew very well that the man had no idea who was after him. Todd knew why he was after the girl ofcourse, the intent simply dripped off of him as Todd watched him make his way into the club. Ofcourse a man of his stature wouldn't of had made his way past the front door if it wasn't for Todd creating such a ruckus outside. Todd knew what he was doing, and he knew exactly how it needed to be done, but the next question was, why was the girl eating away at his mind. What was about that girl that made him want to save her as much as get revenge on that disgusting piece of trash. He would have to think about this some other time, becuase he could that the man was about to make his move.