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!

Summary:
"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...

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4. Chapter 3: The Thrill of the Kill

How's the chapter name? Very rhymey, huh?

 

My Past Is Your Demise: Chapter 3

Chapter 3: The Thrill of the Kill

            Vira and Marko Ulansi. Those were the names printed under their photos. They were vampires, but very young ones. They looked physically younger than me by about 4 years. Even Tehera, who was sixteen, was older than them. I almost felt bad for killing them.

            “So what’s the motive this time?” Reese asked. There was always a motive. I needed the facts and it was fun to see why people wanted targets killed. I laughed at the thought and pointed to the sheet of paper.

            “Apparently they were involved with a theft of some kind of poison. The boss man isn’t happy, so it’s my job to you know...” I explained in a rush. Suddenly, a thought occurred in my mind. “Do you think it’d be a good idea for me to bring Lexana? Sure, she might die, but it would be good experience.”

            Reese looked deep in thought before answering. “I think it would be good. She does have mind control after all…” Reese trailed off. “The only problem would be Connor. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to know he’s in love.”

            I raised my eyebrow. I didn’t miss the longing note in Reese’s voice. “Well, Connor is just going to have to deal with it. His powers aren’t needed.” I snapped. Yeah, I was unfair. So what?

Connor was a physical morpher. He could change his and all of our physical attributes. I could do better though. I was able to change scent and morph between human and vampire. The only difference was that I couldn’t do it for more than one person. I only needed him when I was spying on a vampire.

“Sounds like someone is a little bitter,” Reese sang in a mocking tone. Night Shadowers were known for being a stone mask, bred for killing. We couldn’t afford to be weak or let our emotions control us. I was the one who had to teach the others to become like me. Of course, they didn’t oppose.

“Funny. Now I’m going to go find out what I can about Vira and Marko Ulansi.” I snapped. Reese smiled, knowing she won. I grabbed her neck and threw her out of my room in a flash. “You’d be smart not to try that. You may be my best friend, but I’m still not making exceptions.” I snarled angrily.

Reese was gone in a flash. I chuckled in annoyance and went to analyze the fax again. They were veggie vampires, gross! Just like the Cullens. Hmm, I wonder if they know them. I thought curiously.

I’d been planning my revenge for 20 years. Edward really thought Bella would get over him, didn’t he? Too bad, Bella wasn’t even alive to be able to get over him. My plan would take a lot of time, but it would be very worth it.

Vira and Marko even lived in Forks. Maybe I would have a chance to say goodbye to Charlie? I wasn’t completely heartless, and I did miss him. “Connor! Bring Lexana with you; I need to speak with both of you!” I yelled, knowing they could hear me.

They were in my room in a flash. Connor knew better than to keep me waiting. “Yes Amira?” He asked quietly. I smiled and looked at Lexana. She didn’t look scared, more wary. I knew she didn’t trust me.

All the Night Shadowers, excluding Reese, didn’t trust me. At first. We’d been in so many runs that they all nearly died. It was me who always used healing powers to save them. That was when they started trusting me. Reese was the only one who knew about my plans, and the Cullens’ involvement.

She still thought ‘Bella’ existed. That was part of the reason why she wasn’t scared of me. It was very irritating, but she was right. I had ‘Bella’ moments, now and then. I couldn’t kill children or pregnant women, my ‘Bella’ side wouldn’t let me. ‘Bella’ was more of my conscience.

“Lexana is going to have her first run.” I smiled, my teeth gleaming under the dim light. Connor looked at her protectively, but Lexana didn’t look worried. Her straight hair hung under her face like a curtain.

“What? I’m going on my first assassin mission? Will I die?” She asked curiously. That was a new one, ‘assassin mission.’ I laughed and waved it off. Connor looked pissed, but I rolled my eyes.

“No, if you die, I can heal you. It may be painful, but you’ll get over it. And yes, you’re going on your first ‘assassin mission.’ Just don’t call it that.” I turned to Connor. “Hold it, lover boy. You’re not allowed to come. I need to train Lexana myself. And some time apart may do you good.”

Lexana gave him a sympathetic smile. I told him to leave so I could talk to Lexana. “So what’s the real reason for me coming?” She asked, her eyes narrowed. Oh, so she is smarter than she looks. I thought.

“Good, you did figure it out. Can I trust you?” I asked suspiciously. Lexana furiously nodded. “Great. If you tell, I will torture the thing you love most.” I cackled. It was an empty threat, but Lexana didn’t know that.

“Ok. When I was human, my hometown was Forks. That is where the run is. My father lives in Forks now, he’s still alive. Anyway, my theory is that someone is trying to hurt my dad. Maybe I’m just paranoid, but I have what you call a ‘gut feeling.’”I explained.

“What do you need me for?” She asked, feeling unimportant. I sighed in slight annoyance.

“You didn’t let me finish. I need to know whether my hunch is right. They wouldn’t openly tell me, so I need you to make them. I haven’t gotten your power under my control yet, so I can’t do it. It’s also good practice.” I clarified.

Lexana accepted and asked when we were leaving. I could see the excitement in her eyes. The excitement of first kill, very interesting.  I got Tehera to be in charge. She was the youngest, but the most responsible.

The Night Shadowers lived in New York. Washington wasn’t that far away from New York which was good. We ran and Lexana was slightly faster because of her newborn strength. “Here we are. Forks, Washington. Let’s go finish the job. I have something to deal with after.”

I followed the address to my target’s location. Hopefully this would be a quick and easy kill. Not caring to be polite, I ripped the door open and walked in on two vampires. Me and Lexana walked in like we owned the place.

“Do we know you?” Vira asked. I flashed my teeth and they backed away. “Who are you? The Volturi?” Lexana shot me a confused look, and I promised I’d explain the Volturi to her later.

“Nope.” I said popping the p. “Ever heard of the Night Shadowers?” I asked curiously. Marko inspected me and backed away slowly. I smiled, teeth bared. We approached them slowly. “Well, seems you’ve pissed off some people and they want you gone.”

“Piss off, you whore.” Marko spat. I laughed at his expression.

“Well, here’s a lesson. Don’t try that again.” I snarled, teeth bared.

“Get out of my house. I don’t give a crap if you’re some big shot assassin. You can’t kill me.” Marko answered. Cocky? That’ll get him killed. Hmph, not my problem. My thoughts answered.

 I quickly reached into my jacket and pulled out a gun. I quickly shot him in the leg and felt satisfaction when he screamed. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.  I thought matter-of-factly. Vira screamed too and went to help him.

I turned to Vira. “Don’t say I didn’t warn him.

“No, we swear! We had to steal the poison. He would’ve tried to kill us.” Vira begged. I yawned, how many ties had I heard this? It was getting annoying. “It was Afton. Please!” The name made me freeze

Afton, he was Chelsea’s mate. I knew he hated me and wanted to kill me for killing Chelsea. It was like what happened between James and Victoria. Afton had the Volturi eating out of the palms of his hand.

Marko was still screaming in pain. The bullets of my gun were infused with poison that could kill a vampire. “Tell me more and I’ll heal Marko.” I ordered. Vira dry sobbed one more time and started explaining everything.

“Afton told us to steal the poison or we would die. The poison was designed to be activated and shut off. If a vampire didn’t do what they were told, the poison would be activated and they would die a slow, painful death. Afton was talking about using it on a man called Charlie Swan.” Vira cried.

I quickly grabbed a needle and jabbed it in Marko’s side. He screamed again, but stopped after five seconds. “You can’t kill us, you’ll regret it. Our family will come and hunt you down.” Marko yelled again. Would he ever learn? I wasn’t the type to have patience.

“They’re dead.” I answered shortly. Marko looked like they wanted to punch me. “And Marko? I can kill you faster than you can ever think of running. Don’t test me.” I grabbed his neck and threw him against the wall.

“Marko!” Vira yelled. I laughed. He was going to be fine. He was a vampire, wasn’t he? She turned to me. “No they’re out hunting. They went without us and we were supposed to join them.” I looked at her stubbornly and shook my head. Just then a vampire came in the room and grabbed Vira from behind.

“Great.” I muttered. “Lexana, a little help here!” I called from behind. She looked at the vampire and eventually his grip on Vira fell. Mind control was such an awesome power. I walked up to him and pointed my gun at him. “Lexana, let go now.”

“Please! Don’t kill me! I was just following orders.” I laughed and shot him before he could sell his lies. He screamed and it took a while before they diminished. I assured Vira and Marko that he was dead.

“I’m sorry I have to do this, but I don’t trust you.” I said to Marko and Vira. They were still crying over the loss of their family. I wasn’t really sorry though. “Lexana, can you get them under your control while I go investigate?” I asked, not really looking for an answer. She looked at them, and they stared blankly back at her.  “I’ll be back soon.” 

I trusted Lexana, and ran back to where my home once was. The place smelled like werewolf. Jacob, I thought. I came back to Forks before I started the Night Shadowers, just in case Charlie needed protecting. I saw Jacob and he smelled like a werewolf. That made me decide to never come back to Forks.

I smelled Jacob at the house, but the smell was stale. I didn’t smell Charlie at all, he wasn’t here. La Push, I thought. The only place where it smelled worse than a sewer. I ran another mile until the smell of werewolf was putrid.

Well, better go investigate. I thought grimly. I looked around and started walking at human pace. I was suddenly tacked from behind. “Time to die, bloodsucker.” A very familiar voice called.

Well, things are going to be a bit complicated…

If you've read twilight, it isn't hard to tell who this person is. Not much of a cliffhanger, huh?

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