|NERDS Twisted Melodies
Author: XxSilverhopexX PM
Sequel to Her sweet Sweet voice. Jackson feels like something is missing. But thats the least of his problems. After going to sixth grade, he learns that there's a new villain in town. One who is taking down the NERDS one at a time. The only clue is a puppet left next to the injured victum. And he knew it won't be long until he is attacked. Please submit a character! I need help!Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Chapters: 15 - Words: 22,400 - Reviews: 18 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 12-27-12 - Published: 09-19-12 - id: 8540213
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Siren felt her heart pump rapidly as blood continued to trickle down her shirt. No one said a word, everyone's eyes were wide and horrified. The shadow started to shake, as if scared until Siren noticed that she was laughing. The shadow tiltied her head back and cackled wildly. The boy with the sunglasses stared at Siren, the smirk long gone. Blood trickled from her mouth as she looked behind her. Her heart stopped. No, it couldn't be, it just couldn't be. She glanced to her right to make sure Hatri was standing next to her before looking behind her again.
The one who stabbed her was a red headed girl with cold green eyes and a cruel smile playing into her mouth. Siren gasped as the girl pulled the sword out. The girl was on a wheel chair wrapped around with flowers and vines.
It was Milly.
Milly laughed as Siren tried reaching for her katana. No, no...this wasn't happening...Duncan, Milly...was Jackson here too? Siren tried to ignore the wound as she tried to stand up, her limbs screaming. Siren's vision was going hazy and she stumbled forward. The shadow was still laughing, the laugh echoing around the room. No one moved, no one spoke a single word as Siren made a move to stab Hatri...or was it sunglasses boy? She couldn't tell anymore...her vision was blurring, the Revolutions swirling into one figure...
Siren fell back to the floor, her eyes glazing...
The warrior was no more.
The princess carefully watched the knights, blending well into the shadows. The sword glamed as she thought of a plan. It wouldn't take long for the knights to notice the random light of the sword. She had to strike fast, in order to get revenge.
Blood splattered her face but she didn't flinch as she moved quickly. The knight slumped onto his friend as his friend yelped.
"M-my lady?" The knight choked out. The princess ignored him as she stabbed her blade hard into his heart. She leaned in close and whispered softly into his ear.
"For my father." She murmured. "This is for the mutiny you have caused." The knight fell, his eyes wide. She observed the sword, feeling a strange rush of joy...she never really thought about it but it felt great to kill. There was a strange feeling that came when she stabbed people. Her ears buzzed excitedly as she wiped the blood off her face.
Wasn't that so fun princess?
"Yes, it was..." The princess confessed. The voice laughed a booming chortle as it spoke again..
I can make you experience this feeling everyday... If you agree to the deal.
"W-what is it?" The princess asked, dazed.
I can give you power, power beyond anyone on Earth...all you have to do is sacrifice your left eye.
The princess instictively touched her left eye lid, her mouth slightly parted. She didn't want to lose an eye, it seemed too painful. But then she remembered the rush of excitment in the art of murdering and realized how much she loved the blood shed.
"I accept." the Princess finally decided. She then faltered her hands clutching her left eye. It felt like it was on fire, like it was seconds away from melting. She stifled a ear splitting scream as she fell to the floor on her knees.
And then...it was gone. It gently cooled down and she slowly stood up, holding onto the wall for assistance. She then happened to glance at the hall way mirror and she gasped.
On her left eye, she had a large black X on her eye, her actual eye ball, not the lids. It looked normal when she closed them. She touched her face to confirm it was real, that this really WAS happening.
She smiled softly at the reflection...for some odd reason, it felt right.
Siren drifted around being unconsious or being only slightly conscious. She could barely move and was aware that the sunglasses boy was watching over her, mumbling as he paced around the room.
"I never really wanted this...but they told me it was my destiny...a way to show my parents just how well I can handle being alone...I had to leave my brother for this...I sent my parents to the hospital and trained here hard. But, I...I don't know, I just can't handle the cruel way things are run here." he stopped and his stare hardened.
"I thought that I could protect Julio...I thought it would be better if I just stayed away from him...but here I am, helping turn his friends into jerks..." He glanced at Siren, his expression softening. "I admit, I feel guilty about this...but I have no choice. The Revolutions are taking over. Having him join us is the easiest way to protect him." Siren eyes fluttered weakly as she twitched her hands. She was surprised but grateful that she wasn't dead. She forced her eyes to fully open as she glanced at the boy with sunglasses. He was slumped over his chair, shaking with his head in his hands.
Guilt...he was facing powerful guilt. Siren then noticed tha bandage wrapped around her stomach and the beeping monitor. Did the boy save her?
"Well..." Siren managed to cough out. "I suppose karma has reached up to you." The boy's head shot upwards, his mouth slightly parted. He then stood up and loomed over her.
"How long were you awake?" He snarled. Siren laughed softly.
"I heard everything..." He huffed as his back faced her. "You don't have to do this you know..." The boy laughed bitterly.
"And what? Be slaughtered along with my grandma and brother? No, they would take away my power and then I'll be useless." the boy glanced behind him, his eyes cold. "You wouldn't know. You don't have a family to look after." He stormed off, leaving a stunned Siren alone.
Jackson paced around in his room, thinking hard for once. His backpack laid discarded on his bed, his homework still tightly packed inside. Matilda was silent when they returned, her lips pursed as she stomped off. Flinch had slumped over in the chair of the rocket and tossed out a candy bar. Clearly, something had to be done. Ruby was scratching her ame furiously as Jackson remembered that she was allergic to betrayls. Jackson was at lost for words.
Did Duncan just tire out of being nice? Was he just too preassured by middle school and snapped? Was he in an alliance with Heathcliff? Possible reasons swirled in Jackson's head.
"JACKSON! COME DOWN HERE! SOMEONE'S HERE TO SEE YOU." His brother screeched. Jackson rolled his eyes. His brother tried to be cool and 'fresh', especially around girls.
Jackson stomped down the stairs as his mouth opened wide.
That new girl, Lulu was standing in the middle of the door way, a blue backpack slung over her shoulder.
"Hello Jackson." She smiled. "I'm here for homework help." She turned to his father who was feeding his dog. "He's been assigned to help me around." Jackson opened his mouth in protest before he snapped it closed. He didn't volunteer but maybe this was what he needed to get closer to Lulu.
There was just something about her that set him to the edge...but what?
Haha, scared ya in the beginning huh? Hehehe...now, we continue the pretty grim fairy tale...I wonder who can guess who it is? Cortez (sunglasses boy) confesses how guilty he feels but then returns to being snappy at Siren when he started talking about family. Jinx came to Jackson's house...I wonder what she's planning...
Thanks for reading!