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Generation X Unlimited #4 - Nee-san
Post by Nephy "Lifebeat" Nephrahim on Mar 19, 2007, 11:53pm

Cover: A picture of Nephy, but slightly different. She has no Red roots, her hair is completely black. She’s smiling an evil looking grin, and a thin line of blood is running down from her mouth.

Title: Nee-chan

Credits: Sam Drugbringer

Setting: Right after the Savage Land mission.

The girl with raven hair walks into the ward. It is reserved for long term patients. Inside, she finds to people, a man and a woman, both nearing middle age. The man’s hair is red, and the woman’s is as black as the girl that just walked in. She sets a bowl of soup in front of each of them, and waits patiently.

Eventually, their eye’s flutter opens. The first reaction is shock, but replaced with a strange mix of warm emotion and fear.

“We thought you were dead. In fact, they told us you were.”

“Nah dad that was just a cover story. All this smoke and mirrors stuff I joined, they don’t like people knowing I’m alive. In fact, I may get in trouble for this, but I had a friend port me over.”

“Friend? No, don’t say anything. I don’t want to hear it.” He raised himself to a seated position the bed. The woman was remaining still. “Well, any reason you dropped by? Or perhaps this was just a social call?”


“Ah, well, you can’t blame me for hoping. I understand, you don’t need to explain yourself to me.” He visibly braced himself for what was coming. On cue, the girl appeared behind him and stuck her teeth between the man’s shoulder and neck, and began sucking. “Ngh,…..”

She paused and straightened again, a few drops of blood leaking through the tiny wounds. “You know it doesn’t help to make noises dad. It’ll be over quicker if you stand still.

“I was still, I’m sorry about that, it won’t happen again.” She resumed feeding.

At the point the woman sat up as well. “We still don’t approve miss.”


“Don’t dear me! Those… people… you hang out with. They’re hardly people at all. It would be best if you stopped seeing them entirely!”

The girl sighed, and straightened up again. She ran a finger over the wound made by her own teeth, and it closed instantly. “Mom, they’re people like me. Don’t you understand? No, I suppose you don’t.” She repeats the process with her mom.

“Still…. I don’t trust them….” She’s finding it difficult to talk while losing all this blood, but the girl does not stop for quite some time. Eventually, she again straightens up, and closes the wound.

“It’s not about trust; it’s about meeting people like me. Oh, and you know, her.”

The man speaks up. “Yes, we figured you heard. So, are you going to look for her? Find whatever place she was taken? We got a letter about your sister; apparently some covert team faked the news reports. She’s still very much alive.”

“I already knew she was dad. Or to be more precise, I would have known if she had died, and she didn’t.” She climbs into the window. 17 stories. The thought crosses her mind that someone might notice and call the cops, but then again, the cops are no problem.

“So, you’re going to find her right? Find Lisa again? Find Nephy?”

She looks back, with a coy grin. “Of course I will. After all, she always tasted best.” The girl’s hair shimmers red for a moment, as she jumps out the window. Landing elegantly on the ground as if she’d only droped a few feet. Luckly, nobody noticed her, and she made her way through the city, making to attempt to avoid any alleyways.

“Hey! Girly! Wait up!”

A demonic grin rises over her face as she turns the face the small man with a knife. However, this is a professional, no words are given, simply a quick thrust to where her face should have been.

Should have, because no human could move as fast as her. In a flash, his hand is discarded on the ground, a sticking shade of blue, and is held up by the neck, shivering.

“D-D-Damn S-Superheroes. W-What’s I-It take to m-make a l-living?”

“Heroes?” Huldiir walks toward the two.

“Oh no, I think you’ve made a bit of a mistake. That’s just not right.”

"Sometimes, for a good cause, wrongdoing may be virtuous," and Inque wraps a tendril around his neck and sharply snaps it.

Back cover: Normal Nephy. The red roots are visible, with blood dripping down her arm, and a pained look on her face.

Re: Generation X Unlimited #4 - Nee-san
Post by Daniel "Incendiary" O'Conner on Mar 19, 2007, 11:59pm

Cover: A picture of Nephy, but slightly different. She has no Red roots, her hair is completely black. She’s smiling an evil looking grin, and a thin line of blood is running down from her mouth

I read that part and got scared. For realz, dawg.

Re: Generation X Unlimited #4 - Nee-san
Post by Protoman on Mar 20, 2007, 6:39pm

Really good, I enjoyed it.

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