A Tale of Griffins and Half-Bloods

Being a monster is hard enough. Being a monster who needs demigods to help you is even worse. Being a monster who needs help from demigods against other monsters is living hell.
And you thought being human was hard.


4. Why a Barn? - Cinder

"Careful with the finger! You're nails are too long." I kept walking, though. It was rather nice being back out in the sun. The faint smell of strawberries became apparent. I'm rather surprised I didn't smell them earlier, but I suppose that's what happens when you get shot.

She gave a quiet "Huh." Before poking me again. I could see our destination now. It was a barn. A nice red barn, but a barn all the same.

"Why are we going to a barn?" I was skeptical. Very skeptical.

I could almost feel her rolling her eyes. "Oh come on, every single monster knows this. After the battle with Kronos last year..."

I shrugged, spreading my hands. "Lets just say I haven't heard much about that."

Her tone had turned cold in an instant. I almost flinched as she spoke her next opinion. "Really? Now you've just about convinced me. You're a god damn monster, and we should kill you. Every single monster was involved, and seen as we had no birds, you had to be fighting for Luke."

I was genuinely puzzled by her conclusion. "Who's Luke?"

She was silent, this time kicking me in the back. I did my best to sound hurt.

"Ow! Well I'm sorry if I stay away from wars."

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