Dawn of the Werewolves
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Dawn of the Werewolves

By: krushandkill Completed

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Aella “whirlwind” Harlow was looking at the screen of her phone with earbuds on, the live speech of Aniya Rossi in the United Nations. She sighed and mumbled when it ended, “Dumbass… Werewolves accepted by society, protectors, helping Humanity achieve greatness. Yeah, greatness my butt! A good Werewolf is a dead Werewolf! Spoiled brat… Stupid bitch…” She checked her quiver, counting the darts still there. A quick glance at the pistol crossbow on the left side of her belt, and at the Ruger gun inside the holster under her left armpit. Grabbing her faithful Labrys, a double edge axe, was the last thing she did before hearing a howl nearby. Aella frowned and mumbled, “Showtime…” (It is the sequel of "The Flesh-Eating Werewolf", set 20 years in the future, but can be read as a stand alone, but with minor mentions to events in the first story, and some previous characters that will appear in this story.)

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Chapter 1 – Fated encounter
Aella ‘whirlwind’ Harlow was looking at the screen of her phone with earbuds on, hearing the live speech of Aniya Rossi at the United Nations. She sighed and mumbled when it ended, “Dumbass… Werewolves accepted by society, protectors, helping Humanity achieve greatness. Yeah, greatness, my butt! A good Werewolf is a dead Werewolf! Spoiled brat… Stupid bitch…” She checked her quiver, counting the darts still there. A glance at the pistol crossbow on the left side of her belt, and the Ruger gun inside the holster under her left armpit. Grabbing her faithful Labrys, a double-edged axe was the last thing she did before hearing a howl nearby.Read more
Chapter 2 – Aurora’s job
When Aella was walking in the river, Aurora woke up. She caressed her lower jaw and mumbled, “This is going to hurt for a while. Why did she punch me? Does she have something against me? Or my mother? She was so beautiful… Ouch, my head hurts… She moved so fast that I barely saw her. I could have avoided her punch if I had expected it, but she totally got me by surprise. She deserves that nickname for sure; she is a whirlwind, alright!” Aurora got up and took a big body bag from inside her bag that she used to put the dead Human inside. She looked at the fresh soil on her left and said, “At least she buried them. It is better if I get back. I need to take this poor g
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Chapter 3 - Bullies
By the middle of the morning, at a certain High School, Amy Pearson opened the door that led to the balcony on the rooftop of the main building. Surrounded by a wall at chest height, it was not a place where students were allowed to be, but that never stopped them.Amy’s childhood friend was there, waiting for her. They used to always be together, but since High School started, she stopped wanting to go to School with her and even joined the group of popular girls.Amy Pearson didn’t understand why, but the popular girls started to pick on her, bullying her every single day. They would make her trip, bump against her on purpose, or put
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Chapter 4 – Aella’s past
Aurora Kerrish was sleeping in the room of the motel where she was staying. It was still the middle of the morning, and she was recovering from her lost sleep. Her phone rang, and her sleepy brain gave the order for her right hand to reach it. She touched the icon without even looking at the name and said, “Hello… Aurora here…” “Hello! Did I wake you? What were you doing all night? You didn’t sleep?” 

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Chapter 5 – The suffering of a young girl
In another part of the World, north of Nigeria, kilometres away from the nearest City or village, it was already late afternoon. The leader of an armed group was in his tent, eating fruit. One of his men entered and sat on the floor in front of him. With a big smile, the man said, “Ekon, I have a woman for you. I chose the prettiest one of the lot we got this morning. Do you want to see her?” “Read more
Chapter 6 – The Enforcer Unit – part 1
In the afternoon, Aurora left the elevator in the Enforcer Unit Headquarters, following her guide, and walked along the corridor, straight to the door at the end.The young woman that took her there opened the door for her, and she entered, going towards a tall old man who was standing in front of a pulpit at the end of that room, with many Enforcers seated on the chairs in front of him.He looked at her, somewhat surprised by her looks. Aurora had her blond hair loose, a pair of dark, reflective sunglasses, and a very simple, dark dress that ended a little above her knees. On her right hand was a small dark
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Chapter 6.1 - The enforcer Unit – part 1.1
The same woman on the left side of the room spoke. “You seem to know a great deal about Lisa and the Werewolf Organization…” “And you are wondering how I know all this? The family that lost their baby daughter hired me, and I went after the perpetrators, thinking that they could be Werewolves that were trying to cause problems between Werewolves and normal Humans, and during that mission, I found the same evidence they did. I delivered everything to the Werewolf Organization, and guess what? They did nothing because it was more advantageous to their propaganda if Lisa and Davis kept on being seen as villains. Unfortunately for the Organization, I am not dumb, and I sent cop
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Chapter 7 – Not much in common
The old Senior Officer made a slight frown and answered, “Almost. Why are you in such a hurry?” “I have a funeral to attend. I just got the message with the address.” “If it’s because of that, then go. The rest is just the next assignments, but I can give yours to you two when you return.” Aurora got up, grabb
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Chapter 8 – A mourning family
When Aurora parked the car, Aella got out and looked around. There were a few cars there, and a crowd was in front of the Church, with posters and black flags with a wolf's head in white. She followed the now serious blond woman, and heard her whisper, “Don’t you leave my side. And no matter what you hear, don’t get angry or say a word. That group didn’t come for the funeral, they only came to cause problems.” “What do you mean? They are not friends of the family?”
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Chapter 9 – Hidden clauses in the Registration
Aurora stared at the shouting man and frowned at the sign he was holding high. “You all know, and instead of minding your own business, you came here to annoy a family that is burying one of their members. And these leeches are even worse because they feed on other people’s misery and sadness. Why don’t you all go away and leave the poor family alone? Do you honestly believe you are doing them any favours? Because I didn’t see any of you offering to help with the funeral, or inside that Church, crying with them!” “I have every right to be here, bitch! It’s a free country! If I want to protest about some filthy Werewolves that killed an innocent man, I can d
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