Hey everyone! Here's the first chapter of the story, basically introducing you to the storyline. This should give you a good understanding of the whole thing.
Anyway, other than that: the character profiles on Scarecrow and Jack lost their formatting from the Word document I had done it in. I've checked it out again, and tried formatting it, but it didn't turn out too well. So, well, good luck on trying to read the profiles! I'll let you read on...
The man took the two folders and opened the first. He scanned through it, taking only the most crucial information. The US Marine and his team were good. He grew interested in the individual the first paper in the folder was about.
Shane M. Schofield
US Marine Captain
Investigation of aircruft underneath Antarctic ice
Area 7: US President bodyguard
Elizabeth 'Fox' Gant
Gena 'Mother' Newman
Buck 'Book II' Riley Jr.
He read over the rest of the pages in the folder breifly, then closed it.
The man picked up the second folder and looked through the pages. The character that led this second team had accomplished more, but he had already grown a liking to Schofield.
Jack West Jr.
Seven Ancient Wonders: Tartarus Rotation
Sacred Stones: Dark Sun
Lily 'Eowyn' West
Zoe 'Princess' Kissane
Prof. Max 'Wizard' Epper
Benjamin 'Stretch' Cohen
Zahir 'Pooh Bear' Abbas
He closed the second folder and kept them away.
He ran his finger over the scar, running from above his right eye to below his left eye, across the bridge of his nose. Only two people knew how he obtained that scar: him, and the woman who had done it to him.
He wasn't one for battle. He was a great audience, but never an actor himself. And, with the power he held, he could watch a battle a day, for the rest of his life.
So, that's it. Because this is just the Prologue, the other chapters will be a bit longer.
And don't expect me to update the story often; I might be busy doing assignments. But I will try - I love writing stories, and MR's my favourite author (so far, but I don't expect it to change)!
I do run on reviews - whether it's criticism or encouragement. But, if you don't really want toreview the story, I'd appreciate it if you could answer one question (you could Private Message me, or review it):
Who do you like best as a good guy, and who do you think is the best villian - in all of MR's books, not just the characters in this book?
Thanks a lot!