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Corrupted NatureFrost sped through a deserted town, freezing asphalt roads and concrete buildings. The wind that carried the icy chill had an almost sinister feel to it, with emotions of spite and malice practically curling and twisting old, dead tree branches into horrible characatures of their old selves. And, amid the corruption nature brought to this old town, I stood waiting for something, or someone, or any number of plausible events that probability dictated could happen. Though, to be honest, probability had been wrong before. I hoped it would be wrong again.
NachosA man dressed in crimson samurai garb stood across a table from a frail old man in a pink bathroom robe. On the table between them rested one large, hot bowl of nachos and cheese.
"This ends today, Hollis," said the samurai man.
"Indeed it does, Jerry," the man in pink replied.
The samurai unsheathed a katana. The old man pulled six shuriken from his under his bathrobe. They both nodded and charged at each other.
The samurai swung at Hollis, the old man. Hollis managed to get out of the way just in time. He slow-mo ran up a cobbled-stone wall nearby and flung three of the shuriken at Jerry the samurai. Jerry knocked two of them out of the way with his sword, whilst one reflected off of his helmet.
Jerry's head flew back at force of the blow, knocking him on his back. He got up quickly enough to see Hollis headed straight for the nachos. Jerry ran to intercept him and tackled the old man before he reached the table.
Hollis struggled to get Jerry off of him. He punched the samurai in the
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