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Deep crimson liquid flooded the valley and onto my hands. Screams pierced the air and a smile played on my face. Chaos. That's what I lived for. My mother named me Chaos because she always told me that chaos was beautiful and full of potential. Well, when she was alive, that is.
I got up from the pool of blood and paced around the troops. They were awaiting my order to commence the attack. I nodded my head and gave my command. The troop marched forward to the big house looming in front of us. A man ran out wrapped in robes.
"Stop! Please! She's our only home!" The man fell to his knees and begged at my feet.
I merely laughed at the sight of him. "You pathetic old man. You won't need a home when you're dead."
The man stopped sobbing and looked into my eyes. His blue eyes sent a shiver up my spine.
"You can change the tide of this war, Princess Chaos. Your parents were evil, but you, you are not."
The comment stung and shattered my thoughts. I quickly recovered and growled,
"What did you just say?" The words came out feral.
The troops circled around me ready to fight. I held my hand up to stop them. "I'll take care of him." I summoned my dagger and ran a finger across the blade. The blade glimmered with red light.
"You can be good!" The man began shouting. He stood and raised his arms. "Turn to the Light. For we are the Great." He then whispered, "It was an honor serving you."
I plunged the knife deep into his chest and watched him fall limply to the ground. The dagger shimmered again and reappeared, clean, into my hand.
"Take care of it." I gestured to the body.
"Yes, Princess." One of the troops, Ryan, replied.
Ryan was captain of ForceA6 and my lover. He was tall and light-skinned. His brown hair covered his piercing brown eyes. But none of his looks were what attracted me to him. His combat skills were the most attractive thing about him. Watching him train with sweat running down his face made me shiver.
Mom had loved him. She said she wanted us to get married. Then her life ended abruptly.
I shook myself of the memory of her smile. All around us was a world my mom built. Why think about her when you could have her whole empire?
The troops carried the man out of my sight and Ryan stayed behind. He double tapped the side of his helmet and it disappeared.
"Hey, K. I know today marks five years since your mom died, but I was wondering if you wanted to go see a movie with me. You know, to cheer you up?" He gazed at me hopefully.
I wanted to say yes.
TO BE CONTINUED...