"What happened here?" The older one snapped out. He put a whistle to his lips and blew it, summoning more help. As more footsteps headed their way, the younger guard knelt down and started to examine the scene. After a moment he looked up and went back to his superior's side, whispering just loud enough to be heard.
"This wasn't a normal attack. It was either; an Enlightened . . . .or . . . ." The older guard hissed at him to be quiet and looked carefully at the woman who had been on the scene first and the wolf that stayed by her side.
"Go get the Captain." Was all he said. "She knows how to deal with this sort of thing."
Mageria was making her way through the streets of Newhaven, lost in thought. The encounter with Luckas had disturbed her more than she wanted to admit, because that meant that the dreams that she was having might be more than just bad dreams; might be truer than she wanted to admit. The last time that she had dreams that were this bad . . . . that had been when Luckas's brother had been working on ripping her mind apart. Which meant that she might need to start paying more attention to what her dreams were trying to say to her.
"Captain! You're needed! There's been . . . an incident."
Mageria turned and raised an eyebrow. "One that the Guard can't deal with?"
The Guard panted as he skidded to a stop. "Well ma'am, it's an ugly scene. Not something that looks normal, well as normal as a murder can look."
Mageria grunted and started off next to the young man. "Fill me in."
Mageria had to admit that even she was disturbed by the scene as she got to the alley. "No witnesses?" She asked as she walked in, pushing back the hood of her coat. The man at her side simply pointed at a woman standing off to the side with a wolf by her side. "She was on the scene when we arrived."
Mageria shook her head as she looked around and knelt down to take a closer look at the bodies, A feeling of foreboding working it's way down the center of her back. This looked all too familiar. Taking a deep breath she turned to the woman and simply said, "What can you tell me?"