My Past Is Your Demise

First off, I am NOT a Twilight Fan. I am actually a hater. This story isn't meant to mock Twilight. It's meant to show a version where haters and lovers will both love/read!

"You weren't there for me," I cried in agony.

When Edward left Bella, something snapped...

The strength of a human only lasted so much. After being bitten, Bella was reborn and changed. She changed her name to Amira, became an assassin and now has a team. Swearing revenge on the creatures she once loved, the Cullens better watch out.

Because they're just pawns in a much bigger game and when it's over, they'll all be dead...


11. Chapter 10: History with Amira

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My Past Is Your Demise: Chapter 10

Chapter 10: History with Amira

            Red’s POV:

            I had specific instructions from Amira. I wasn’t allowed to start hurting them until they trusted me. It had already been a week and although they were wary of me at first, I was starting to grow on them.

            The only person that would never trust me was Arianna. She was too jealous to see. In a way, it was good for her. Her perspective wasn’t beneficial for me though.

            I couldn’t believe that Amira wouldn’t let me kill Arianna. “Rylinn?” Jasper called out to me. I told them my name was Rylinn and that Amira called me Red. Rylinn was my real name and only people who I liked could call me Red. Rylinn wasn’t a bad name, but I didn’t want the Cullens to be able to trace me when I left.

I was in my room, getting ready. All the Cullens went to school, and I had to follow them.  I hated staying with the Cullens because they treated me like a baby. Arianna made my life harder and was constantly on guard.

“I’m coming! Is breakfast there, or did Arianna the pig eat it all?” I muttered, knowing he could hear me. I knew that the Cullens were worried that some people called the Volturi would come hunt me and Arianna down. I wasn’t worried though.

“Don’t let Edward catch you calling her that. And yes, there’s still some.” He teased. Jasper was the only Cullen I remotely liked. Edward was too uptight, Emmett was too annoying, Rosalie was too conceited, Alice was too manipulative, Esme was too motherly and Carlisle was too focused into his work.

I opened the door and walked downstairs with Jasper. I knew Alice was jealous of me and Jasper, but I had no feelings toward him. I saw Arianna and shot her a glare. She returned it and left the house with Edward trailing behind her.

I still wondered what Edward saw in her but there was no use. I quickly downed my breakfast and wiped my mouth on my sleeve. “Real classy, Rylinn.” Jasper noted. I hit him lightly and realization hit me.

I would have to kill Jasper. He was part of the Cullen coven, and he would die. I pushed the thought to the back of my mind. I knew that Amira had good reason to kill them and I understood.

I went out front to get into Jasper’s car. The Cullens offered to get me a car, but I flat out refused. I was a spy for Amira and I didn’t need to feel guilty. Amira told me someone would be at school to send me more of the information.

“Whoa! What’s up with your emotions? One minute you’re sad and the next anxious.” He noted. I cursed mentally. “Now you’re embarrassed and beating yourself up.” He continued.

“Well, I was sad because I remembered the time my parents threw me out. I’m anxious because I think I have a test today.” I blurted out without thinking. “Just stick to the road.” I added in annoyance.

We got there pretty fast because of Jasper’s insane driving. I faked a smile and ran off to class. Class was the only way I could get rid of the Cullens. I had to act friendly toward them, or I wouldn’t have a chance to get them.

“Attention class! We have a new student. Her name is Kari. Is there a person that would want to show her around?” I noticed how most of the boys put their hands up. Kari looked at them with disgust. She had long, red hair and blue eyes. Somehow she seemed familiar.

“How about you?” She asked, pointing at me. Her voice sounded familiar, but I couldn’t match up a voice with her looks. I saw her mouth form into a smile and I heard a voice. No you’re not going crazy. Remember how I was going to send someone here to give you instruction? She thought to me.

“Amira?” I blurted out without thinking. She looked at me like I was the dumbest creature on Earth. Everyone looked at our facial expressions and they probably thought there was going to be a fight.

“No, my name is Kari. Amira was my mother’s name. How did you know that?” She asked. The teacher interrupted our stalling and made me sit next to an angry Amira. She looked at me like she needed to talk to me.

“Ow, I have a stomach cramp.” Amira groaned. I offered to take her and we ended up in the bathroom. She looked at me like she was going to kill me. “You can’t call me Amira. As far as anyone knows, my name is Kari.” She muttered in a harsh whisper.

“I’m sorry! It was a mistake.”

A look crossed her face and her lips curved into a small smile. “What?” I asked in confusion.

“Rylinn? And to think you had a unique name…” She trailed off.

“My name is beside the point, Amira.” I snapped.

I wondered if her shield was up so Alice wouldn’t be able to see this conversation. “Anyway, what do you have in mind? I’m thinking we start with angering Arianna and Edward.”

“My shield is up for the entire school and Edward can’t hear anybody. It’s really frustrating for him, which is all the better. Don’t worry your thoughts will be safe from Edward. Now, here’s what you have to do...” She started.

My rebellious side started coming out. “No. I’m not going to do anything until you explain. Who is Bella Swan? What is your deal with the Cullens?” I snapped hotly. I didn’t know what snapped inside me, but I didn’t like it.

Amira looked at me wide-eyed. I could understand her feelings, but I didn’t really want to know what her response was.  “Excuse me? Did you just speak out?” She asked incredulously.

I figured that I dug myself in the hole and it was too late to quit. “Yeah, I did. Is there a problem with wanting to know what I’m getting into? Look, I’m not even sure why you’re so evil.”

“Fine,” she snapped impatiently.

“Great, now are you going to tell me?” I inquired at her stony stance.

“I have a better idea. Just remember, you asked for it.” She placed her hand on my forehead and I gasped.

Amira’s POV:

I had to admit, Red standing up to me was refreshing. Everyone thought I was some kind of monster and I felt the impulse to tell her. I had my own suspicions about her. Something about her wasn’t right.

It wasn’t easy to evade Edward and Jasper’s powers without them noticing. Either you needed skill, or some help. I knew Red was hiding something because she was able to evade my mind reading powers too.

Besides being able to read minds, I could project memories too. I started by showing my first year at Forks. I showed her meeting Edward, my near death experiences, and the time I used to smile. They were tidbits, a back story.

“I don’t get it,” she said. She looked at me in awe. “What did Edward do other than just love you?” Would you expect a girl who used to be shy and kind turned into an assassin?

“That was when I was happy. Keep watching,” I explained like my memories were movies.

I let loose of Edward leaving me. Every single word was played in her head and Red looked horrified. I showed her my reaction, thoughts and Tanya biting me. I showed her the pain of the change and stopped short.

“Are you sure you want to become a vampire? You felt what I showed you. Are you ready to withstand that kind of pain?”I asked seriously. She nodded without another word and I proceeded to show her more of my time with Tanya…

It took 5 years. That was how long Tanya kept me prisoner. I couldn’t say I regretted my decision entirely. I had the extreme pleasure of burning her. There were a few benefits but compared to the cons it wasn’t worth it.

            For instance, Tanya made me wait on her hand and foot. Occasionally, she told me to call her master. I didn’t though. Another con was that she kept me in a cell. It had an electro-shock gate. I could probably break it with my shield, but I never tried. The vampire that bound me to Tanya was called Chelsea. Apparently she was part of something called the Volturi.

            Chelsea didn’t have mind control. It was only half-useful. I was ‘bound’ to Tanya. Basically Chelsea made me loyal to Tanya, but I still had half of my free will. I just couldn’t leave, somehow it felt wrong. I promised I would kill Chelsea along with Tanya.

            I remembered Edward explaining what the Volturi was, but my human memories were almost entirely wiped. I remembered I had a father, but what was his name? Chuck? Charles? I didn’t remember. All I knew was that I loved him very much.

            Tanya didn’t know about my shield, but she had her suspicions. I wasn’t very good at concealing my shield. Tanya would occasionally catch me staring at my shield. I would wave it off, but I knew she had her suspicions.

            Things got even more complicated when I found out about my other ability. I had the ability to absorb and use other vampire’s powers. I could make a copy of the same power, except mine was stronger. The only problem was whenever I absorbed a power; I would be in immense pain for five minutes.

            It first happened when I touched Chelsea for the first time. There was a painful electric spark and I felt myself being flooded with energy. You would’ve thought being filled with energy would feel good, but it felt like an electrical shock.

            Of course Tanya noticed what happened and she kept prodding me with questions. I wouldn’t tell her anything. I played dumb and explained that when I touched Chelsea I was hit with pain. Tanya, being the sadistic asshole she was, made me touch Chelsea again. I was thankful nothing happened.

            Chelsea was as dumb as she looked. She didn’t notice her power diminished, even though I stole practically half of it. She was 4 times my age, but she was very stupid. It was probably all the fumes from her perfume. Why did vampires even have to wear perfume?

            You need to kill them soon. They’re getting suspicious, the malicious voice called from the back of my mind. I really did, but I wasn’t sure Tanya taught me everything yet. Tanya taught me a lot of things, some of which were very useless.

            She taught me jujitsu and other forms of martial arts. That was another reason why I didn’t want to kill Tanya. Whenever we practiced martial arts, Tanya would always win. If it were a real fight, I would be six feet under.

            I was waiting for the day I would be able to beat Tanya. That would be the day where I’d put my final plan into motion. What made me sick was that Tanya made me drink blood. I didn’t mind blood, but if it was the blood of a human child…

            She would drink an innocent little kid’s blood. Tanya claimed that the blood of a child was sweeter. She was a very sick bastard. What happened to vegetarianism? I made sure to make her scream before killing her.

            It was another day in my cell. There wasn’t anything here but a bed, not that I needed it. I used it as a chair, instead. I could hear the click of high heeled boots

“Amira! Amira we’re leaving.” Tanya ordered. Tanya had been planning the trip for a while. She never told me where we were going, but I had to go to keep up with appearances.

Something seemed fishy. Maybe it was the way Tanya spoke, or the secrecy she used. I caught her whispering with Chelsea. I turned to Reese. Reese was another vampire here. She seemed relatable to me.

I ran out to catch up with Chelsea, Reese and Tanya. Reese was in a cell as often as I was, but Tanya would never let me stay in the same cell as her. We caused way to much trouble for her liking.

Chelsea took Reese toward the other end of the hallway, leaving me with Tanya. She looked at me wordlessly and walked ahead. I didn’t notice where we were going until it was too late. We were going to Tanya’s personal feeding room.

“Do you know where we’re going, my dear creation?” She asks me like I’m an invention. Because Tanya turned me, she thinks that she made me and owns me. I plant my eyes firmly towards the ground, avoiding her gaze.

“Don’t call me that.” I spat through gritted teeth. “And no, I don’t. Care to enlighten me?” I answered snidely. She just chuckled, giving no clues to whether she was offended. Living with Tanya gave me the smarts to know she wasn’t the girl Edward described.

“Well, dear Amira, you are going to have a midnight snack.” She commented. I looked at her, puzzled. She never invited me to dine with her. She usually brought me a body and I drank. It was either drink or starve.

“Actually, it’s the middle of the night. I wouldn’t call this a midnight snack.” I retorted smartly. She gave me a warning look and I instantly rephrased. “I get what you mean, though.” I hoped that in the future Tanya wouldn’t scare me anymore.

She asked me to sit down and I sat. There wasn’t a table, just 2 chairs, facing the center of the room. I looked at her.

A mouthwatering smell hit the room and I instantly dreaded the next events…

There were two children in the center of the room. They were about eight years and their eyes were both bloodshot from all the crying. I gave Tanya a murderous look and advanced toward the children.

“It’s okay. We’ll get you home to your mommy.” I tried to calm them down.

“You’re one of them! You want to hurt us!” The slightly older boy accused.

“No, I don’t.”

“Enough! Amira, drink them. Drink them, or I will.” Tanya threatened. I hissed in anger and looked her directly in the eye.

“You’re going to have to kill me first. I’m sure you’d like that, though.” I taunted.

She hissed and past me before I could react. She grabbed the little boy’s neck and snapped it. It made a sickening crunch and sent the girl into frenzy. I covered the girl with my body as Tanya started drinking.

“I warned you. Now, we fight.” She threw the body aside like it was waste.

“I will win. I’ll win for the boy you just killed, the humanity you stole from me and most importantly, for my free will.” I promised with my teeth bared. I told the shivering girl to hide in the corner.

I lunged at Tanya. She fell backward and…

I took a deep breath. Reliving one of my most horrid memories was terrifying. Somehow, I wound up at the far end of the bathroom, away from the door. Red stared at me. She didn’t do anything, just stared. I got up wordlessly and was halfway out the door when I felt a hand of my shoulder.

“No more remorse. After what you showed me, the Cullens are going down. I’ll make sure of it.” She vowed.

I looked at her nodded. “Let’s get back to class.”

I don't remember. Did I forget yesterday? I was sort of busy but I don't remember if I updated... so sorry if I didn't.




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