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located in Justicar Base Camp, a part of Pandemonium's Gate, one of the many universes on RPG.

Justicar Base Camp

The camp where the Justicars stay, hidden from the demons on the border of Pandemonium.

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Character Portrait: Akuma Sayako Character Portrait: Phoenix Mortre
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Something landed not too far from where Phoenix was in the stream. She froze on the spot and looked up, her sight only so-so, but she knew this wasn't just some common human...it was a demon, the demon that liked humans. The Angel of Death. Her small body crunched up into a small ball, getting ready to run, or much rather hide as she was better at that. The Angel of Death looked to the dead body, the one that was now brimming with a plague ready to spread, but then she turned and looked at Phoenix and walked towards her. The ruckus that tall demon made as she walked set Phoenix on edge and she had half a mind to run for the trees, though not back to camp not with her mission still unfinished.

"She must spread the plague before going back, but the Angel will surely kill poor, poor Rat," Phoenix whispered. She looked towards the body and then towards the advancing demon. The plague infested body was too heavy for Phoenix to carry, but then again the entire body was infected meaning she didn't need the entire thing.

Phoenix made a run for the body, pausing only to grab and arm and tear it from the rotting corpse before running off into the trees. She would never be able to completely out run the Angel of Death, but if she stayed in the wooded area the Angel wouldn't be able to fly which would slow her significantly down and plus there were so many hiding holes that Phoenix would be able to stay in if need be. For the moment, she was going to try her best to outrun the Angel and get the arm to camp where it could do it's job and have its victims rot and peel alive until they lie dead.

The little demon could see the camp up ahead, and wondered why the Angel hadn't stopped her yet, but whatever the case she couldn't stop her plan now. She threw the arm towards the camp and took off in another direction. The Angel, though fast, couldn't be in two places at once so she could either get rid of the arm or get rid of Phoenix, but not both. Phoenix prayed that the tall demon would go for the arm because all it took was one other body to start another plague.

The little rat stopped next to a tree, breathing heavily. She stepped back ready to tear away again, when her foot fell into a rather large hole, obscured by a bush. Phoenix wasn't sure what had lived in it, but Phoenix now slipped down the hole. It was cramped, only large enough for her to stay curled up in and no room to wiggle around, but honestly Phoenix was so used to this that to her it was quite comfortable.