You thought I was going to talk about something important?
Sorry to disappoint you but I'm not.
Do you want me to talk about something important?
Don't tell me what to do!
Into the DarknessInto the DarknessInto the Darkness by DarkHarrison117
The people say it's haunted. But I know that it's haunted. Before the incident, I had laughed at the people who had told me about the 'haunted castle' on top of the hill. I should have listened, but after years of playing in its empty corridors, I wasn't about to believe it was haunted. I still remember having lunch with Tyanna on top of the southeast turret with the noon sky clear and bright. I recall fondly the expeditions with Alarvik and Galden into the depths of the castle to rescue imaginary damsels and slay imaginary dragons. I also remember stolen kisses with Brienna in old passageways and empty rooms. I was eighteen before I finally realized that in all our explorations and playing, we had somehow missed the black door. It was made of oak, with a steel rim and a skull engraved on a steel handle. None of us had ever seen it before. It was the night before we would part; leave the village and go our separate ways. One last meeting in the place of our childhood
The Hole.As Andrew walks along the cold concrete path, he flicks his wiry, jet black hair away from his face. Rubbing the bruise on his right temple. He hears a twig snap in the bushes off to his left, he stops, ears pricked, listening for any more tell-tale sign of movement. When there is none, he shrugs and continues his walk hefting his school bag into a less precarious position on his shoulders. He doesn't manage to walk far however because out from the seamingly harmless bush crash Andrew's school's worst bullies, Rob and Dave.The Hole. by DarkHarrison117
They waste no time, Dave tackles Andrew to the ground and Rob proceeds to kick Andrew Painfully in the ribs. Dave soon joins in. Andrews beating lasts a full five minutes. A very painful one from Andrew's point of view and one of excitement and fun from Rob and Dave's. Before they leave Dave spits in the general direction of Andrew, who was lying is now lying on the ground, beaten to a pulp.
Andrew had never known why Rob and Dave, or the rest of their gang for that