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Shiro Yurei

The hour of departure has arrived, and we go our separate ways.

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a character in “Blood and Chocolate: Nightfall”, originally authored by Ville.Sunfall, as played by RolePlayGateway

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You were a child born of the light, but meeting me has shown you have fallen to the darkness. I am so sorry for this.


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Nickname:
Boss

Age:
Appears: 16-18 years
Actually: 205 years of age

Gender:
Male

Sexuality:
Bisexual

Vampire/Human type:
Homo Vampyrus Draco


Appearance


Height:
5'3 feet

Weight:
125 pounds

Eye colour:
Normally: Brown, almost a red color
Thirsty: Crimson red

Hair colour:
White: Cut short in the back, with a shaggy front.

General Description:
Shiro, unlike most vampires as aged differently. He might be only 205 years old, but he has the beauty of a child or young teen aged kid. Slim body but fairly built. Pale snow white skin, that just barely makes his hair seem almost silver, but not quite. Eye lashes long and thick, that just cruel enough to see his eyes, in which these eyes can capture anyone in them with just a glance. His fair beauty allows him to lure in his pray without effort.

He enjoys wearing fit clothing or clothing that involves style. such as a white dress shirt with a nice suit vest or a sleeveless dress shirt that fits him tightly with a tie. Not too often do you see him in normal clothing like jeans and a loose shirt. He does though, always, and I mean always carry a Rosary around his neck. Pure black metal with the bluest of sapphires intended in the middle.

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Personality:
this one is a rare vampire indeed. Unlike alot of them, Shiro has the kindness of a small animal. But never take him for granted. His pure kindness is only an option. He can become quite terrifying.

His personality evolves around others. He likes to go by the book of 'Do on to others, what you want do onto you.' Meaning, he will treat you kind only for the return effect. He loves to live by properness and acceptance. He'd never shun those in his need, but sometimes he will prolong it.

Though, he has a great side about him, his temper isn't so enjoying. He could rip once heart out in a flash if he didn't like you. He might apologize for doing it and mean it, but the gleam in his eyes might say otherwise. This is his vampire side.

Likes:
Modeling
Snow Foxes
Reading
People
Bad Blood (Killers / Rapist / Pedophiles / All the bad people)
-AB Blood

Dislikes:
Most Vampires
Hunters
Bright things
Blood Donors
Phones

History
Not knowing much about his past, he chose to live on and forget things that did not matter. Shiro had been raised by the Elder Vampires in secret. For the longest time, that was the only life he knew. The Elders were concerned as to why his body had stopped aging at such a young age, but over time they realized that it had alot to do with his back ground, of which no one would speak of.

As years passed, when shirt had become of age he was set 'free' to live his life how he wanted. Until it was time for him to return back to the Elders. In the 1900's Shiro had become a top model, but that ended quickly because he wasn't aging. It caused problems even for himself. A Decade later, he had become a top Trader in the industry amongst all the countries. Only most Vampires and top traders know who he is.

Being able to keep that career up, apart from that of him being a vampire, Shiro lives a pretty normal 'rich kid' life. He's good friends with his workers and maids, everyone calls him Boss, even his friends do. He'd become use to it.

Family/Associates:
Petrov Yurei - Shiro's Father figure.
Kaito Tomoe - Works for Shiro in placement for Tomoe's father

So begins...

Shiro Yurei's Story

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Character Portrait: William Ridley Character Portrait: Shiro Yurei Character Portrait: Isuke Chitaru Character Portrait: Enoch Hendriks Character Portrait: Elizabeth "Liz" Tan Character Portrait: Iven Breton Character Portrait: Zhang Guiying Character Portrait: Carth Insidiatori Character Portrait: Robb Roswell Character Portrait: Kaito Tomoe Character Portrait: Alan F White Character Portrait: Jill Schwarz Character Portrait: Anais Calverleigh Character Portrait: Neptune Amaterasu Character Portrait: Alesso Von Burgentine Character Portrait: Petrov Yurei
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The music was loud, the rythmic beat felt as if it was pounding inside his skull but the man sat at the bar didn't mind this one bit, it just added to the atmosphere in the room creating a thick and primordial, animalistic charge that hung in the air as the customers either raved to the beat or sated their varying thirsts. Smiling to himself as he saw the revellers having a good time whilst the staff tried their best please them, the figure sat at the bar picked up his drink and downed it's content; feeling satisfied at the burning sensation of the whiskey and a coppery taste of something that wouldn't be found in a lot of people's cocktail. After ordering another drink the man lit up a cigarette, taking a long drag on it before letting out an equally long exhalation the individual scanned his environment; as he looked past the usual customers and the "entertainers" he noticed the owner of the nightclub was no where to be seen but his favourite pet, one which was rumoured to be the owners right hand man despite only being a worker, was working the floor as he usually did, the man he was looking for on the other hand was as absent as the owner.

Hmm, Petrov mentioned the parte codardo di merda would be paranoid but this is ridiculous, the man scolded in his head picking up his fresh drink and once again downing the contents, his one good eye fixed on the entrance. After some time had passed, his mark finally showed up and headed towards the watching man, his head was down and the man looked like he would run as soon as the watcher made any movement as he shuffled towards the bar. "H-hey there Carth what's with the sudden meeting, ey?" The newcomer asked, squirming as he made himself on one of the stools next to the more imposing man. "Well Jacob it's the usual stuff, one of us has been running amuck amongst the donatore dii sangue and Petrov's found out," Carth mentioned light heartedly a casual grin on his face as if he was filling in an old friend on the latest gossip, noticing a slight tremble in the smaller mans lower lip, "And he's asked us to get rid them." At this last sentence Jacob seemed to visually relax, causing the grin on the other man's lips to retract I to a smirk.

With a nod of his head he signalled the bartender who had been waiting on them to serve them two drinks, Carth's usual: a whiskey cocktail containing sugar syrup, single malt whiskey and his most favourite liquid, A- blood. For the man who was no longer squirming on his seat, a screw driver was poured but with something else added to it as well, a little something extra Carth had tipped the barkeep to add once the mark had shown up. Picking up his own drink, Carth saluted both the man behind the bar and the man sat next to him and drank his beloved liquor in one gulp and waited for the other man to follow suit, to which he did as on que. With the smirk still on Carth's face he asked for his tab and payed it, grabbing Jacob under the armpit and half dragged him out the back exit, the drug that was added to the drink was now taking hold of the man as he made no attempt to resist the only thing he could do was whimper. When they where safely out of everyone's sight in a back alley that stunk of urine, Carth threw the man into the closest pile of refuge, his whimpers growing in intensity. "P-please don't do this, we're buddies right? You wouldn't kill a buddy over a mistake right?" Jacob begged on his knees, tears in his eyes a glimmer of hope in those brown doe like eyes that maybe he could squirm his way out of his inevitable demise. "I don't make the rules." Carth said flatly, as he pulled out a colt .1911 from a hidden holster attached close to his left shoulder and attached a silencer that he produced from his pocket.

"It's nothing personal." And with that said, he placed the tip of the silenced gun to the begging mans forehead and pulled the trigger, shielding his face from the splash back as Jacobs vitae as the man's body slumped backwards, bending it's back in an unnatural way. His job still not finished the armed man placed a carefully aimed round into the body's heart and that was it, job over although conscious wise it wouldn't be over for another week but still he was done and that was all that mattered. He detached the silencer and placed everything back were it had previously been, he even went has far as picking up the spent cartridge and dropped it, nonchalant into the closest trash bin. He needn't worry about the body being discovered, it would be nothing but dust in half an hour or so, with that on his mind he pulled out his mobile phone and called his employer. When the call was accepted he stated, "It's done Petrov, the 'miscreant' has been dealt with. If you need anything else I'm just a call away." He let out a loud sigh as he hung up, pulling out a cigarette and lighting it, hopefully that's it for the day but... The night is still young.

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Character Portrait: William Ridley Character Portrait: Shiro Yurei Character Portrait: Isuke Chitaru Character Portrait: Enoch Hendriks Character Portrait: Elizabeth "Liz" Tan Character Portrait: Iven Breton Character Portrait: Zhang Guiying Character Portrait: Carth Insidiatori Character Portrait: Robb Roswell Character Portrait: Kaito Tomoe Character Portrait: Alan F White Character Portrait: Jill Schwarz Character Portrait: Anais Calverleigh Character Portrait: Neptune Amaterasu Character Portrait: Alesso Von Burgentine Character Portrait: Petrov Yurei
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William's deep pink eyes narrowed as he peered over the shoulder of his guard. "Who is that?" He demanded thrusting a narrow pale finger at the screen, the blurry image of a man flickered at the bar. The guard blinked and leaned in squinting at the screen.

"I dunno." He muttered. William smacked him in the back of the head with his cane.

"Don't give me I dunno. Give me names. Watch him, and figure out who that other man is." He snapped. He knew from experience that these things didn't simply go away. He needed to take action before the shit storm blew in his direction and ruined the crops he'd worked so hard to sow. He turned away, leaning on the silver handle of his cane and pulled out a cell phone. It was an old flip model colored purple and green as most of his things where, the image of a white rabbit printed on the front. He pressed a few of the buttons and typed in a message before flipping it closed then left the security room, leaving the guard chatting on the coms.

William walked down the narrow halls that lined the upper floors of his club, he could feel the vibrations of the electronic noise coming from the dance hall of the night club but the sound itself was muffled thanks to the money he'd spent in noise cancellation insulation, it still made he head ache, which was why his own living quarters where several stories up still. These floors belonged to the staff and for the few who could manage to afford a private evening with one or two of his ghouls the price was higher than admittance to the club AND the Feeding floors combined so the rooms on that level where never filled completely. William took to the stairs and carefully worked his way up them, hoping that his Little Cat got his message.






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Robb, meanwhile had been on the stage. Treating the guests to suggestive glances and winks as he shook his arse on stage. He'd started off in little more than a fluorescent green suit coat and pants and a loosely done purple tie, his pale shapely torso visible to all as he danced to those who enjoyed that sort of thing, tossing his tie and coat into the audience until all he wore was the pants low and revealing on his waist, an equally fluorescent pink G-string just visible. Robb had felt his waist vibrate as William paged him and he finished up his act, bowing low and giving the women at the front a wink of his blind eye, and a grin. Robb had a body nicely suited for his job, thin, his stomach flat but not emaciated, muscles just rippling beneath his skin. For an 87 year old he had a body to die for. He left the stage and pulled on a dark purple dress shirt over his bare torso inquiring on the nearest guards what had happened.

"Some suspicious guy spotted at the bar. Spotted him going off with another guy might've been drugged. He wants us to bring the guy up to him for payment." The guard said. All the guards where dressed in all black with the logo of the club stitched on their breasts and a purple and pink tie. They all wore earpieces and radios and they all carried both tasers and guns. Every single one of the guards where big burly men with at least basic training in the art of subduing a rowdy party-goer. Half where also trained in killing vampires.

"Why does he want me out there?" Robb asked, exasperated. The guard merely shrugged. Robb sighed. "Two of you come with me, let's go offer this man a rare visit with the White Rabbit."

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Image It had become a long day for Petrov, with what planning and making preparations for the business to bump up it’s game a bit. With all the newcomers the business has lacked some. With what the mistake with Jacob and other things that would be shortly taken care of.

Bizz Bizz

Leaning back in his chair at the sound of his phone buzzing away, he knew right away at who could be calling. Not having to say a word he answered the phone.

“Its done Petrov, the ‘miscreant’ has been dealt with. If you need anything else I’m just a call away.”

With one soft chuckle he closed his cell and smiled to himself. “You know you don’t want to be called. But it’s fun teasing you.”

Turn at his desk chair he stared out the huge wall to wall glass windows at the top of his building. The city lights were as bright as ever, a city in which only looked beautiful from a distance. If only the humans knew of what we knew, if only they saw what we did. The world would no longer be so precious to look at.

Anyways at this point of time, the day was over at the night was young. It was a perfect time for him to go and see an old son of his. At this time of night he should be on his way to the docks for from Trading to go down. The new shipment had came in just this afternoon.

It wasn’t hard for Petrov to track down his son, even though they aren’t father and son by birthing, they are it by blood share and Vamp marking. It was easy to do for him seeing as he had the blood of the Elder’s running through him. He could pretty much get away with anything and it wouldn’t matter, such as blood share. It’s normally a crime in the vampire world, or more like a disbandment of some sort against the vampire race. Maybe it was more like a disgrace or a mockery. Not really sure which was more horrible.

Fumbling with his long silvery hair he got up and walked out his office. Hopping into his car, going to the docks was a very improper, letting him know that he was coming was something in which had to be done. Also Carth…

With a fast contact to Crath’s phone, Petrov tilted his head back while he spoke in a voice in which held a strong ancient accent. “The docks in 10.”

Leaving it at that, when the car finally reached the docks, he waited in his car for his son to show up. And knowing Carth, he’d most likely make his way into Petrov’s car limo.

“Sir, do we wait?” The driver asked looking into the rearview mirror.

“Of course... It would explain why I am still sitting.” Closing his eyes he crossed one leg over the other and placed his hands neatly on his lap, almost as if he was meditating or becoming a statue. Enjoying the silence now that the car was shut off. The only thing he could hear perfectly was the driver’s heart beat and steady flowing blood coursing through his veins. With just this, you could tell the driver was young and took great care of his health. The scent that flowed off of him and swirled around the car was refreshing. Like a nice calming incense that most people use.

The sound of people moving crates had started up and the sight of a well young looking man with white hair had stepped up. Wearing nothing but well bought spendy clothes. Yet there was something else that bothered him. His son had cut his hair leaving the sides behind his ear’s long.. What was he ever to do with that boy.
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Image If the guys really wanted to trade so badly, they'd wait on Shiro, no matter how long it took. Yet, he wasn't the type who liked to keep people waiting, specially when it comes to business. Sure, he'd trade the best of the best of things when it came down to it, which was why he always got what he wanted, so of course it wouldn't go too wrong. If people waited so did their itch to start things, it always made people so iffy.

The tycoon that Shiro was dealing with today, he was new to the scene, never had he done trading with such high ups and risks. Specially with humans. This guy was human which meant more risks. Humans tend to lose control under pressure, they have no really learned what it means to truly wait. Unlike us vampire’s we could wait for years if we had to and still understand why and not break.

Pondering over what he saw at the docks, the guys looked pretty skilled. Sure for humans that was kind of amazing. It kind of spiked his appetite, he always did crave the bad humans. For some reason the darkness their soul held, came with a sweet yet sour taste. Touching his pale lips he took his attention away and glanced over at Kaito.

"Are you nervous?" He distracted himself from the slight hunger he was starting to get.

Kaito was mainly there for distraction and not so much for the help. He had made a promise to the boys father that he wouldn't put the kid into danger. And he wouldn’t drink from him, though he has done it once by mistake.

Without hesitation, he reached over and softly rubbed Kaito’s cheek. For a ghoul he felt pretty soft, almost squishy. Like a plushy. Pulling his hand away he looked back at the docks. Shifting his shoulder he finally got out of the car and as soon as the door opened the guys below at the docks looked up.

Even for Shiro and his looks of merely a teen, he still was able to hold his grown with pure threat washing over him. It was like one instant he was gentle and kind and the next, it felt as if death washed over him and changed him completely.

“Stay here.” He had told Kaito.

He didn’t bother to walk down the road, but instead he jumped onto some metal shipping containers and easily jumped down from that onto the ground. To walk around was much more of a pain in the ass than it was to show off and point out his skills a bit. Wasn’t much, but it got the message across, causing the men to back up a few steps.

Standing there with his hands in his long coat he waited, staring them down.

“Ah..Uhm..Somebody get the boss!” One of the guys panicked a bit as he ordered the other guy.

Seeing him run almost sent excitement through Shiro’s body. It was like the cat and mouse game, but having the cat just play it cool.
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Iven was pretty far away from the scene he was currently spying on. After all it was far too risky to spy from up close, from afar he had a better chance of running off and becoming one with the shadows. He wore his usual Hunter attire, as he liked to call it, completely black clothing, masked, flexible leather materials, he loved his clothes he had to admit. The only part of him that was not dark was his skin and his damaged eye, but even then dark makeup surrounded his eyes. Tonight was a rather windy night, and so his hair was black, long hair was tied back into a small ponytail of sorts.

His dark, judging eyes that looked like that of an eagles watched the scenes unravel by the docks through the expensive, high quality binoculars he held firmly between leather gloved hands. Iven was at the very top of a taller, straight building that seemed to have either been abandoned and run down, or simply need a lot of work done to it, either way, no one was there and it was a perfect place to lay on his stomach on the flat rooftop. He enjoyed being up high, perhaps looking down on the world gave him a rather odd sense of superiority as silly as it may sound.

Of course, he could not hear anything, he was a Human after all, all he could do was observe the obvious humans as they reacted quite nervously as the obvious 'abomination' approached them in such a deliberate, dramatic manner. A limo also stood out to him, no doubt another one of THEM was inside of it. Today was a simple game of finding out as much information as he could, he wasn't stupid enough to simply swoop down and take any of them on no, but perhaps later the Humans would find themselves forced to give him the details of this little shipment meeting, he expected the obvious but would not jump to conclusions. One way or another, he'd eventually know exactly why this trading was going down, what they were trading, and what each and every person or... thing was capable of, before finally, he'd strike someone down. That was the plan anyway. A devious smirk unintentionally formed on his face as he thought about it, continuing to study the scenes below and letting out a relaxed sigh. "Tonight's gonna be a good night."

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Strobe-type lights swung from the ceiling creating a misty, hazy effect in the strip club which was the perfect ambiance for the gawking customers waving money in the air, whooping and cheering for the women dancing in front of them. As the night wore on, more men filled the place to see the main acts. The lights dimmed dramatically as a baritone male voice came over the speakers. “Ok gents, it’s time for what you all have been waiting for! Tonight’s main act is...Stacy Lace!” The room erupted in cheers to welcome Liz, known here as Stacey Lace.

The spotlight aimed for the curtains and the cheers died down in anticipation. Suddenly they swung open to reveal Liz clad in a plaid, cropped shirt that was tied in front, a pair of jean shorts, and a pair of high heeled boots as “Don’t Cha” blared loudly. She strutted down the catwalk part of the stage, allowing the fellas to get a good long look at what she had on, savoring every second she was on stage. Before diving into the pole dancing, Liz checked out the audience, seductively swinging her hips at the men nearest the stage. A guy waving a fistful of cash caught her eye, so she eased by him and dropped down, taking care to wave her ass close to his face. He excitedly slipped a few bills in the black lace panties that were peeking out from her shorts.

After a round or two, Liz unbuttoned her blouse, coyly hiding her front from the audience. Dropping the top, she turned to the audience, showing off a black lace top that barely covered her nipples. The crowd cheered heartily as she rolled her body to the music and shimmied for a few choice customers. Liz grabbed the pole, slowly sliding up and down it then kicked off the ground to spin downward, ultimately ending up in a split. The fellas went wild whistling and cheering.

The show went without a hitch. The money poured in as Liz, or Stacy Lace as the guys knew her, shook and showed off her beautiful body. “Give it up for Stacy Lace! And remember, if this wasn’t enough you can always get a personal dance out here on the main floor, or for a little more privacy, you can get a private dance in one of our separate rooms and you’ll get to see much more of her!”

Once she was back stage, Liz pulled out all the money that’d been shoved in her panties and bra, counting them as she went to her dressing room. Only the highest requested ladies got their own rooms. The others had a locker room. Liz closed her door, lit a cigarette and slipped her shorts back on. She picked up the cash once again, recounting it. $475…not bad for just the main show She put the cash back down leaning back in a chair. Now that her main show was done, all she had to do was wait to be requested, which shouldn’t be too far from now. Just as she thought that, there were three quick knocks at her door. One more hour of this shit then it’s on to the real work.

Soon enough, she found herself fully clothed and watching her latest target, a rogue businessman that was inside a small building at the docks. He appeared to be talking business with another man inside. He smiled shaking the guy’s hand. Heh…the next deal you make will be with the barrels of my babies. She removed both guns from their holsters, laying in wait. When he left, she continued to follow him, however, he wasn’t the only person she’d noticed. There seemed to be a lot going on at the docks, considering the time. She shrugged it off however, concentrating on her current assignment.

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Kaito was calmly observing their surroundings. They were standing a top an area of shipping containers, looking down at the concrete stacked with crates and other things awaiting to be sent overseas. Beyond that was murky gray water edged in black and green; it was a place Kaito would most definitely never swim in. "Are you nervous?" He looked up when his boss addressed him, he could see that Shiro was hungry and revving for something to eat but whenever Kaito made the suggestion for him to drink his boss turned away as if the idea repulsed him. What good was Kaito if Shiro wouldn't drink his blood? It made the Ghoul feel awfully useless although he never expressed this to his employer.

"No, why would I be?" He questioned when Shiro's hand suddenly came up and pet his cheek. Kaito had braced himself for a slap as his boss could be rather unpredictable at times, but the hand was a gentle caress and Shiro's hand embrace strangely warm despite the fact that he was technically dead. Kaito nearly closed his eyes to savor the rather odd feeling, but caught himself and straightened. He looked down at the clipboard he nearly always carried in order to hide the blush that was coming across his face and wondered whatever could be going through Shiro's head.

"Stay here," Kaito looked up once more only to watch his boss take off across the shipping containers and crates, showing off his power despite his small stature. Kaito sighed and a ran hand through his blonde hair, knowing that it was going to be another long night if Shiro didn't eat something soon. Hopefully he would find a snack among the imps that were lingering below. The call of one of the pesky humans rose up to where Kaito was stationed, his voice shrill and a bit panicked as if they had not been awaiting for the young businessman. It was rather sketchy meeting out here and Kaito wondered why Shiro had ever agreed to go.

The hairs on the back of his neck suddenly stood up. It wasn't chilly, so the goosebumps were not from the cold which could only mean one other thing; they were being watched. The Ghoul took a step forward and hesitated, Shiro had told him to stay put. Should he warn the vampire? He didn't want to interrupt the meeting if it was important, but if the eyes he sensed were hunters then they could be in serious trouble. What would his father do? He tried to think, gripping the clipboard in his hands so hard that the wood creaked.

"Shiro we're being watched!" Kaito finally called, hoping that his boss could hear him over the sound of construction and forklifts that had all decided to come to life at once. He cursed and began to pace when a black elegant, slender car caught his eye. Petrov. The Ghoul froze, the very thought of seeing Shiro's father again made him feel sick to his stomach. The last time they had met Petrov had made a few passive aggressive marks about getting rid of the assistant since Shiro had only ever drank from him once. Was his boss aware that his father was here?

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"Tsk" Shiro clicked his tongue once he heard Kaito shouting like a fool. Of course they were being watched, it was only natural. Just because he was a vampire didn't make him stupid or lack his senses. Sure if he tried hard enough, he could probably most likely locate the hunters. They all had their own stench that Shiro could never stand to smell. It wasn't bad or anything, he just couldn't stand it because they had the scent of death all over them. It was just the thing that made him crave blood more. They were pretty much a desert to him.

Walking up to the guy who had stood there waiting for his boss, Shiro smiled to him. "Do excuse me for the night. It would seem that we have no business with your boss. I'm afraid that what he carries, isn't what we need."

This was a true, from the looks of how their boss was taking his time, it only meant that they didn't come with the stuff they had agreed upon. It showed he was frightened and lacked the ability to for this job. And if it wasn't for the hunters near by, Shiro would have gotten away with what was running through his mind.

The hunger had set a bit of a fire in the pits of his stomach. There was the smell of death all over. Lowering his head, his white hair barely covered his eyes, casting a small shadow over them. "Did you know, it's not polite to turn down kids? They tend to have very bad tempers and throw fits. Their anger can be even more terrifying than a grown man. Because with a kid, you can never truly understand what they are thinking, until the last second."

Hey... The guy turned pale at what Shiro was talking about. Unable to collect his words. It was only obvious he could feel the change in the air. Wh..what are you talk-

Shiro took a step back and bent forward a bit, with one hand on his hip and the other waving. Haha! Forgive me, I just couldn't help myself. You guys are just too serious." He started to laugh, almost in tears.

Yet even though it was a joke to him, he was the only one laughing. The rest of them had become speechless and unable to respond. It was almost as if they were frozen deer who knew their time was up.
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"Now now Pet." Petrov had made his way out of the car. He had completely took in Kaito, stopping for a second to light his cigarette right next to him. You mustn't be shouting something so dangerous." He mumbled the rest through his teeth as he held the cigarette between them. In halfing a drag of smoke he glanced over to where Shiro was standing in laughter. "Beautiful isn't it? Even as a killer, he could find amusement in anything. Those poor fools."

Petrov closed his eyes. His words held no remorse, in his eyes it was purity from a child, his child. Exhaling the smoke away from Kaito's direction he dropped the rest of it and smashed it under his shoe. "Tell the boy, this is not the time to lose control and to meet me in the car. We have some things to disgust. Gag him with your blood if you must, just do your job."

He got into the back seat of Shiro's car. Sitting down he crossed one leg over the other and rested his elbow on the car door, staring out the window s he began to wait. Sure, he didn't ever get question or spoken back to. So whenever he said for something to be done, it was always done. Despite how the other felt.

The only one who had ever went against him was Shiro. Which was one of many reason he admired him so deeply. Not even his own father objected to Petrov.


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That's just stupid! Hiding is for dubbies! Gran-Papa is a jerk!" Shiro had shouted at Petrov one day in the study room of the First Elders home.

Petrov was sitting in his chair by the fireplace reading a book with a tall glass of fresh 'wine'. He had looked up to see little Shiro hanging on the edge of his chair, staring up at him with pouting eyes of a child.

Closing his book he placed his hand on top of Shiro's head. "You know we don't talk like that." Pulling Shiro into his lap he smiled softly. Leaning his elbow on the arm of the chair and rested his head in his hand. "Now tell me what's going on?"

Shiro took in a deep breath and glared at Petrov. "If it was me, I'd never hid from humans! I don't see why we have to hid in the shadows."

"Too much light will hurt you, you know this. And humans are our food, if we scare our food away, we will starve. You don't want that now do you Shiro?" He stroked his cheek softly and chuckled.

He pouted and crossed his arms. "I really dislike How you guys treat people. Just because you guys have no remorse for what you do! It's cruel! I don't like it!" Slapping Petrov's hand away, Shiro took off running.
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Remembering this made him crack a slight smile. It was refreshing to him to have someone act so indifferent towards him. If it was anyone else, he'd probably end it right there. So why this kid? There wasn't anything of value with him. He never loved him more than just a son, if even that. So he never did understand as to why.
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So he had chosen wrong..... Kaito sighed, sometimes it felt like no matter what he did it would be the wrong thing. "Now, now Pet." Kaito's body stiffened at the familiar voice. His hands clenched around the clipboard once more as he turned towards the old vampire, Shiro's father. "You mustn't be shouting something so dangerous." It took everything Kaito had not to roll his eyes at Petrov. Shiro's laughter began to rise from below them, tickling Kaito's ears. He turned to see whatever could possibly be so funny only to catch a view of Shiro cackling and the humans backing away.

"Tell the boy, this is not the time to lose control and to meet me in the car. We have some things to discuss. Gag him with your blood if you must, just do your job." Kaito nodded his head and bowed respectfully before replying with a quick "Yes sir." Only straightening once Petrov walked away. His hands un-clenched and Kaito breathed a sigh of relief, being around that man always made him nervous. Now.... He turned towards where Shiro was preparing the lambs for the slaughter and sighed knowing his boss would not be happy with him.

Nimbly Kaito made his way down to the pavement and said from behind the vampire, "Your father has requested your presence. He's waiting for you in the car." Although he was quite calm on the exterior, there was a sense of urgency in Kaito's tone that should hopefully alert Shiro that Petrov meant business.

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As Liz stalked her target, he seemed to slow down. Hiding behind a nearby wall, she watched as he looked around, studying his surroundings. Shit! How’d he know I was following him?! The man stayed still for a second then sighed and grumbled, “Goddamn workers…” Liz sighed in relief as he turned back around and continued to walk ahead. The man was referring to the other people just a few buildings away that Liz had noticed earlier. Thank God! But not that I think about it, I'm too close for comfort… Quickly, Liz climbed some containers and ended up on a rooftop. She could watch him easier from up here, and he wouldn’t notice her as easily.

He continued walking and she observed him. While he strolled, she took notice of the people still conducting business not too far away, along with the guy watching them from a nearby rooftop. As long as they don’t come over here, there shouldn’t be any problems. Liz had finally begun her hunt for tonight and she’d be damned if anyone was gonna mess this up.

Eventually he stopped again. What is it now? Damn! Whatever they’re doing over there is screwing with my paycheck. This time, he didn’t stop because he’d heard something. This time, he glanced multiple times from side to side as if to check if anyone was watching as he slowly undid his pants. Is he about to take a piss? Before long, there was the distinct sound that confirmed her suspicion. This is too perfect! While he had his pants down, she had a perfect opening to take him down.

Liz squatted, screwing silencers onto the ends of her Berettas. She then aimed them both at his head. Say goodnight, you piece of shit.

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Whether or not the Vampires and Ghouls new his position was no issue to Iven. He was far too far away for them to come up to him by surprise, he'd notice before they'd get to him and then he'd simply disappear, become one with the shadows around him. Yes Iven had been doing this for many years, since he was five years old his parents had taught him, they too were Hunters. But when they died via Vampires when he was seventeen, he had to teach himself the rest. He was lucky that his Grandfather was still around to give him advise and help him as best he could, look after to him. It had been tattooed onto his brain to kill any Vampire or Ghoul he was told to kill. He did this for money of course, sometimes even other Vampires would ask him to kill another of their own kind, he'd do it, get the money, and if he didn't really like who he had worked for, he'd kill them too. Nonetheless, many still hire him knowing this, perhaps it's because of how successful he has been. Not many Hunters lived to tell the tale of their encounters with the inhuman kind.

Aside all that, the rather, young looking Vampire (although he could probably be 100+ years old) seemed to be laughing, the others around him clearly Human as they were very jumpy and nervous, it was so obvious with the help of his binoculars. God they were hopeless, it was rather embarrassing seeing his own kind, Humans, freak out and be unable to pull themselves together when facing a Vampire or Ghoul. Just be professional for once. But fear drove people to do crazy things, fear made people weak and those feared strong. He learned this the hard way, but was there ever an easy way to learn such a thing?
The young looking Vampire's follower, usually they were Ghouls and so he'd assume the follower was one, yelled something out, he could not hear it but perhaps he was alarming his Master of his presence. An elder Vampire silence him however, he seemed quite important, looked very domineering. But that was when he heard a sudden noise close by, near himself. He pulled himself away from the binoculars, startled and curious by who or what could have made the noise. Backing away from the ledge of the building, he stood up and looked around.

Iven's eyes widened slightly, surprised to see what appeared to be, another Hunter. Wait what the hell was she doing? He watched her closely as she sneaked up on a man who was taking a piss. Well then. Were they Human or Vampire? Surely she was in attempts at killing a Vampire, unless she was a bounty hunter as well? Well, she seemed to have everything under control, although he was concerned if it was her or the random Vampire who had made the noise. He simply watched, curious to see how things would play out. He was not one to interfere with another Hunter's task, and he expected the same back. But if she was in a bit of a pickle, then perhaps he'll help, when she desperately needs it. Sometimes a newbie needs to learn things the hard way, can't expect a hero.