The Isle of Dread

The rest of the band had set up camp about 40 feet below the mouth of the volcano on the other side of the bridge.

No one set up tents or unpacked though, they weren’t planning on staying long! When Kage heard the sound of Everett’s lightning bolt, he started back towards the sight. He met Everett, alone, coming in the opposite direction. Kage asked what happened. Everett tried to explain that Viper had decided not to go but Kage didn’t believe a word of it. He kept going, knowing he’d come across Viper’s body. Everett shrugged and went the other way, towards the camp.

Marina had been wondering if she should tell Everett about the lake incident or not. She decided at length the best thing to do was tell him the absolute truth. It was the right thing to do and the best thing incase the true story ever came out.

She chose to tell him just as he got back to camp.

Marina finished her story with every detail of what happened. This unnerved Everett. Mostly because he believed her. In which case, he had done something that was not going to be taken lightly when everyone was soon to find out what happened between him and Viper.

Just then, Kage made it back. “Marina, We need your help!” he cried.

By on May 30, 2001
Last modified on June 9, 2016

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