I rode down to the forest. I got off my bike and ran. I went to the thickest, most over grown part of the forest. I heard rustling and got my discs ready. They burst through the undergrowth and surrounded me.
“I do not wish to hurt you, but I will if I must” I warned
“We do not wish to fight you. We wish to know if wewe would like to jiunge our team” one said
“Maybe wewe should’ve thought of that before wewe trespassed onto my property and broke down two of my doors!” I exclaimed. I lunged at one of them. I brought out a sharp disc and held it to her neck.
“I’m not going to hurt you. I don’t do that. I just do not wish to be followed this time” I muttered into her ear. She struggled against my iron grip as we walked through the forest. After we were a good head start away, I sprinted through the trees. I jumped on my bike again and rode as fast as my bike would take my through the streets. I heard a scream. I swerved towards it. It was a woman, crying on the ground. I ran over to her.
“Are wewe okay, Miss?” I asked
“He took my baby. A man in a Red kofia, chapeo took my baby and killed her. Then he ran off” she sobbed.
“Don’t worry Miss. I’ll find him” I hopped back on my cycle and drove in the direction of the tiny trail of blood. I followed it down an ally to an abandoned dealer ship. I walked in. I heard gun shots and to bullets came straight for me. I let them pass right through my body. I ran towards where I saw the shots come from. I found the man and beat him up violently. He lay unconscious on the ground as I walked back out. But to no surprise, the people who had been following me all night were there. I sighed. The one I fought in the cove jumped me and held me kwa the arms.
“Who are you!?” he demanded
“I’m…WATCH OUT!” I spun us around just as a bullet came. On the bright side, the guy was safe. On the down side, the bullet had hit me right in the shoulder. It started to bleed. I let the bullet phase through my body and fall out.
“My name is…Phantom” I alisema weakly
“Why’d wewe save me?” the boy asked
“It’s what I do” I said. I got up and walked to my bike. I found some bandages and wrapped them around my arm. I threw a disc threw the glass window and hit the red helmeted man. I got on my bike.
“I’ll give wewe one warning: stay out of my way au you’ll get what he got” I growled. I drove off into the night, my small cape flapping in the wind. I heard them yelling at me to come back. I ignored them. I headed straight for Banshee’s Cove. I rode through the ukuta and down the corridor. I parked my bike just as the proximity alarm sounded.
“Really? Again?” I muttered. I rubbed my temples as they came down.