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Boneyard

"I have a name but you may not use it."

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a character in “Gangs In Suzhou”, as played by ceh12

Description

Young Jung Woo

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Nickname
Boneyard

Role
Assassin

Age
21

Likes
  • His Gun Maiden
  • Sour Candy
  • The sight of a person falling down lifeless
  • A good fight
  • Sleeping
  • Receiving an assignment
  • His garden
  • His friend the heir
  • Silence


Dislikes
  • People calling him by his name
  • Being told what to do
  • Cinnamon
  • Leaving a target to suffer
  • The Deadly Tigers
  • Brightlight


Weapon
RSASS Sniper Rifle with Silencer Nicknamed Maiden
Silenced Scar-L


Outfit(s)
Casual Outfit 1
Casual Outfit 2 (ignore the Pokemon lol)
Outfit 3
Assassin Outfit


My Way- I Fight Dragons
La la la-la-la la la la la (x4)

I'm not perfect, I'm just who I am
Is that okay?
Perfect's overdone and overplanned
In the modern age
Still you say you know what's best
I disagree but I know less
So then that leaves us back where we began
Your way

And even when me and you do
Everything you wanted to
Well, I've got news for you

Hey, everybody loves to tell me who and what to be
More of what they always want and less and less of me
Well, I don't give a damn what they all say
I'm not here to save the day
I may lose it but I'll do it my way

La la la-la-la la la la la (x3)

Friends and teachers, Heads of State and fools
All say
"Lay it down and play it by the rules"
Their way
And if they all know so well
Why can no one ever tell?
And they ask why we rebel

Hey, everybody loves to tell me who and what to be
More of what they always want and less and less of me
Well, I don't give a damn what they all say
I'm not here to save the day
I may lose it but I'll do it my way

Everybody wants to prove to the world they've got it figured out
Be somebody with the nerve to admit it when it's all in doubt
In the end it's not pretend, it's what the world's about

Everybody loves to tell me who and what to be
More of what they always want and less and less of me
Well, I don't give a damn what they all say
I'm not here to save the day
I may lose it but I'll do it my way
Everybody loves to tell me who and what to be
More of what they always want and less and less of me
Well, I don't give a damn what they all say
I'm not here to save the day
I may lose it but I'll lose it my way

So begins...

Boneyard's Story

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Boneyard sat in his luscious garden as the morning sun creeped over the glass of his greenhouse. He sighed and smiled jumping out of the massive dogwood tree that stood in the center of the building reaching halfway to the top. He calmed himself and pulled his rifle, Maiden out of the tree and started to go towards his room. He liked hanging out in his greenhouse since where he felt that he had made something. It was his way of remembering people he had killed. For every person he killed he would plant a new species of flower in his garden and his current number of species were 438 species of flowers in his garden so far, it was an impressive place if you could get past the humidity.

He didn't mind right now he was more focused on his assignment. He was assigned to kill a doctor who was working for the Tigers. She was apparently really good at her job and Boneyard was going to stop it. He locked the door to his room and changed from the regular outfit he of a t-shirt and old jeans to his assassin's suit. He grabbed Maiden off the shelf then his Scar-L from his closet. He hadn't named her yet since she hadn't payed her dues unlike Maiden but Boneyard was still thinking of a name.

He made his way outside and towards the headquarters of the Deadly Tigers using his motorcycle. He knew that most of them would be going to a party which would allow him a good chance to sneak in and shoot the girl and if he was lucky he could snipe her from the window. "That would be brilliant." he said thinking aloud. "Oh better yet, maybe she could fall out of the window and splat after I shoot her, oh that would be awesome." he said like a giddy child thinking of how a toy could play out.

He finally made it after about fifteen minutes of riding. He got off his bike and out his glasses on making him appear as if nothing could harm him and he would harm no one, unless you counted the guns on his back. He made his way to a high up building and perched himself up high enough and saw his way into the doctor's office. He smirked and took out Maiden and stabilized her. Now all he could do was wait for the doctor to come out and get his sights.

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Boneyard smirked as the doctor got in his crosshairs. He took in a breath and then put his hand on the rigger and squeezed slowly before a small girl entered and threw his balance off guard. He didn't like for anyone to see his work unless it was absolutely necessary for them to see his targets die. It was one of his trade marks of his to see the target with one entry and exit point and if it was a personal one, he would cross their arms and shut their eyes as a sign of respect.

He swore as he watched her exit the room after he was lost in thought. He grabbed maiden and slung her over his back and pulled out his Scar-L and began to put on the silencer. He watched the moon and sighed a relief knowing that he would have much better cover for himself as long as he could stay out of the light. He pulled off his glasses and looked out and his eyes hurt from the change in light. He put them away quickly and ran towards the entrance to the Tiger's base.

It was a darkened night and the only illumination that he streets were given were the lights of the neon billboards and a sole streetlamp far away from him. It was the perfect scene in his eyes, she would come out and he would pull out the gun and send a few rounds her way killing her quickly.

Little did he know that he was going to have a big change in plans.

Boneyard sat for what felt like hours but was more like a few hours when he heard the door open up. He instantly flung to his position but it wasn't the doctor but two Tiger members. They both looked as if brutes as they glanced at him and snarled.

Boneyard isn't the biggest guy but he is pretty tall but other than that he truly has no muscle mass than anyone else in the Sacred Dragons since he hardly ever has to use hand to hand combat. But they weren't going to use it either instead they each drew a pistol and opened fire on the boy. He fell back behind a corner and scowled knowing others would soon come over to help. The battle would have to end quickly lest he fall in battle.

Boneyard calmed himself and took three rounds on the first man's hands shooting him making him drop his gun as the shiny blood fell onto the dark street. The second man, however shot Boneyard grazing his arm then ran clear of ammunition and charged him. Boneyard cringed at the feel but still kept going but was flown back at the size and weight of the massive man. It hurt his body from all angels and then the man stepped back and Boneyard drew as to try and take a final shot but he was taken up by a swift jab to the stomach then to the chin knocking him out.

The men recovered quickly and the other man's bleeding stopped as they took Boneyard up into the building for interrogation about what he knew and why he was there. Boneyard grew into consciousness just long enough to pull the bottle of liquid from his belt and tried to take the cap off. The cork popped off and the smell of bitter almonds filled the close air as he started to tip the bottle down but the grunt knocked the bottle away then knocked him back out just before the sound of shattering glass covered the floor and the clear liquid flowing out all over the floor, showing a failed suicide attempt.

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The light trill of a bell momentarily broke through her concentration – the sound so out of place in comparison to the baritone voice booming on the television screen. Mei instinctively turned her head toward the direction of the noise. She half expected it to be the pesky young waiter trying to, unsuccessfully, flirt with her again; however, the sight of the restaurant owner surprised her. The elderly Grandfather Liu – affectionately called that by regular customers like Mei – had his wrinkled hands extended out to the young doctor, holding onto a plastic bag filled to the brim with noodles and rice treats. Relieved to avoid another pathetic attempt at conversation from the aforementioned waiter, she moved from her seat on the metal chair and walked toward the register.

Mei had been rummaging through her purse for her worn out leather wallet when she noticed Grandfather Liu’s head shake in disapproval. “Li Li, this is on the house.” It was all the kindly old man said as he pushed the bag and its contents forward. Her body froze at the familiar nickname and she could almost feel tears brimming in her eyes. She had once confided in Grandfather Liu about her childhood and just how much she dearly missed her parents. It seemed that he hadn’t forgotten. After the initial sadness resided, shock and disbelief etched onto her features. He couldn’t be serious, could he? Mei found herself suddenly worried – wondering what could have brought on this sudden act of generosity. It wasn’t that Grandfather Liu was stingy but he was very much a business man. Ever since his children started to create families of their own and moved away, he devoted himself to his beloved wife and restaurant. She had ordered so much food as well!

The twenty-four year old hoped that this wasn’t the result of a drastic change in his life. Perhaps someone in his family was recently diagnosed with an illness? Mei frowned at such a negative thought. If that was the case, then she would insist that they visit her private clinic immediately – probably regularly as well. She wanted to properly assess the condition and help support his family someway. It was the least that Mei could do for Grandfather Liu. He had done so much for him already. He had even supported her all those brutal years in medical school. The worry must have been evident in her expression because, before she knew it, his raspy laughter was heard. “Hold your horses. What? Can’t an old man do somethin’ nice for a friend? You might as well be the daughter I never had. Even Yan thinks so.” At this, Mei blushed – suddenly embarrassed for thinking the absolute worst. She was secretly touched by this as well. It meant a lot to her to hear that she was considered a daughter to him and his wife.

“I know you mean well and, believe me, I want to but – I really shouldn’t take this without paying.” Granfather Liu only raised an eyebrow at her – the expression on his face clearly signaling the end of matter altogether. Moving from the counter and stepping in front of her, he dropped the bag into her waiting arms and grinned. “You be careful now, Li Li. A beautiful young lady shouldn’t be walking alone at this time at night. If you’d like, I can get someone to accompany you.” Mei shook her head. “You’ve done so much already. I’ll be all right. I promise.” She couldn’t fight off the smile that played on her lips as she spoke. There were so many ridiculous notions uttered in those sentences and – had they come from someone else – she might have just chewed them out. Mei could very well take care of herself. After all, you couldn’t be a member of the Deadly Tigers without some combat prowess.

Moments later, she was walking along the dark streets. Her stomach rumbled every once in a while when the delectable scents being emitted from the plastic bag reached her nose. She was busying herself thinking about which treats Wen and the others would most enjoy when she heard the familiar sound of gunfire. Her right hand unconsciously traced the outline of her Glock 26 – hidden underneath the fabric of her skirt and held in place by a custom holster. Mei tried to locate the source of the gunfire. While other people were quickly picking up their pace and headed as far as possible from the scene, she could see no other option but headed toward it. It would be dangerous to get caught in the line of fire but Mei was far more concerned with those involved. The firing only seemed to grow louder when she neared the base of the Deadly Tigers and she found herself running.

“Dr. Zhang?” A voice called out to her and she turned to see Shen looking back at her. “I-I heard gunfire.” Her fellow Tigers member nodded at this. “Park and Chan ran into an intruder and opened fire.” Mei visibly frowned. Those two were reckless – always the type to act first and ask questions later. It could be troublesome but, thankfully, Shen hadn’t reported any injuries from their end. “And the intruder?” She questioned. Mei may be a member of a gang but that didn’t prevent her from feeling worried about others. For all she knew, it was just someone caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. “Took him in for interrogation.”

Giving Shen her thanks and asking him to watch her stuff, Mei abandoned the food and her purse on a nearby reception desk and walked down the hallway. She had every intention of heading to the interrogation room when she caught sight of Park and Chan. The two large men were carrying an unconscious man between them and Mei stiffened. She ignored the shattered glass on the floor and avoided the clear liquid – her only concern being the amount of blood staining the mystery man’s skin and clothes. “What are you two doing?” Mei tried to feign nonchalance at the sight and folded her arms over her chest.

“We were just about to interr –” Park began but quickly stopped in his tracks at the sight of Mei’s serious expression. She looked about ready to scold both of them. “Does he look like he’s in any condition to be asked questions? He needs medical attention. I’m going to give it to him.” She raised an eyebrow, challenging them to argue with her on it. They did no such thing. Instead, Chan swallowed hard and Park nodded. “Good.” Mei smiled and led them to her clinic. Chan placed the still unconscious man on the examination bed. Park looked like he was about to say something but she cut him off. “I bought food for everyone earlier. Shen has it. Tell him to give you guys some? And make sure to share! Hand the treats out to everyone. If there aren’t any leftovers for me, I’ll castrate you both.” She said sweetly, her expression the opposite of threatening. The message was received though and the duo left her room in a rush.

Grabbing a wet cloth, Mei looked over the man’s wounds and began to wipe off the blood staining his skin. She didn’t know whether or not he’d wake up soon but she hoped so. It wasn’t easy to treat someone without knowing the extent of damage done.

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Boneyard was stirring in his dreamless sleep. He wasn't feeling to good but he woke up slightly enough not to open his eyes but to hear what was happening or at least part of it. “Wha re you wo doi?" the men's voices were to low to hear even a word but the female's was easier to understand because of her highness. “Do e lok like he n an con tion o b sked ques? He neds medial attion. I’m gong to gie it to im.” Boneyard didn't understand what she was saying but he felt himself being put on a table then another conversation but he was to weak to decipher it then fell asleep.

After a few minutes after the blood was being wiped off he awoke with a groan. He looked around and saw the girl who was wiping him off. It was her, the girl he was supposed to kill. This wasn't good at all, he was in the care of the woman he had been told he had to kill. She was very pretty although he was told she was hideous and he never got a clear sight from his scope. Her hair went down over her shoulders it looked like and her face had a cute and calming expression. He knew though that she was a tiger and he was a dragon so he had to complete his mission.

He managed to fiddle with his pocket siolently enough to conjure up his bowie knife. It would be a long shot but he could jump up, slit her throat, then find his guns and get out. It was almost foolproof. He hadn't figured how heavy his body would feel once he got up nor how much energy he had lost in the fight. He could barley stand but he did all he could and tried to jump which resulted in him falling off the table and onto the floor with a thud and the knife sliding out of his hands. "Fuck" he said weakly then looked up at the doctor an angry look in his eyes as of he could strangle her but he could barley move let alone strangle a woman.

He instead slowly crawled toward the knife and got it in hand knowing he would have death over failure and since his cyanide was on the floor back in the hallway he would have to make due. He reached it up but only made it to his chest before he dropped it again panting. Knowing he was defeated he looked own at his body, the suit cut and red in places.

The gloves were gone showing the writing in Korean saying 'Scared Dragons'. Hopefully the woman didn't know how to read Korean but if she was a tiger she might instantly recognize it and kill him on the spot. It would be a cruel death but he would have to face it. He grit his teeth and slowly blinked his eyes while leaning against the wall still trying to keep in eye contact with the girl.

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A porcelain basin lay within the stainless steel sink as clear waters flooded into it. Placing a bloodied wash cloth into the circular container, Mei watched the dark red spread onto the surrounding surfaces - the color no longer staining her skin in the process. Her hand reached out and grasped the handle as she stopped the flow of the water. The young doctor's vision travelled across the room until it fell on the only other occupant. Biting her lower lip, Mei unconciously traced her gun holster - a feeling of nervous energy wrapping itself around her body. Despite her usual confident and composed demeanor, she just as easily grew frightened in situations she did not understand. This situation? Mei didn't understand one bit. She spared a single glance toward his hand once again and felt her blood run cold. She may not have been an expert in the Korean language; however, upon joining the Deadly Tigers, the senior members made it quite clear to their underlings to recognize and understand their symbol. Why would a Sacred Dragons member be infiltrating their headquarters? It was unfathomable to her. Even with several members busying themselves with private affairs, it would be similar to condemning yourself to the death sentence! Who in their right mind would place themself in that kind of situation? Mei could do nothing but shake her head - coming up with no rational explanation for his actions.

As a painful groan broke through the silence, she jumped in surprise and attempted to steady her breathing. "You're awake," she whispered and gave him an uneasy smile. "I'm sorry. I hadn't expected that. G-Given your condition." Mei's fingers moved toward her weapon; this time very much aware of her actions. She didn't want to take any chances when it came to this mysterious man - especially since he was somehow affiliated with the Sacred Dragons. Though surprise soon etched itself onto her features when he made the first move. Mei stepped back; her eyes focused on him warily. He was in no position to take her on in a fight but she wasn't ready to count him out just yet. After all, he had been able to produce a knife seemingly out of thin air.

Seconds of unease passed until a loud thud reached her ears and he landed ungracefully onto the floor. Mei released the breath she wasn't aware she had been holding in and, in one smooth movement, pulled out her Glock 26. Steadying her hold on the trigger, she returned his glare with one as equally as deadly. "What the hell do you think you're doing?" She questioned and watched in horror as he brought the knife to his chest. Mei moved forward - having every intention of knocking it out of his hands - when the sharp object hit the ground. Recalling the suspicious liquid and shattered glass from earlier, she frowned. "Honestly. If your first attempt at suicide failed you, what makes you think that the second time will succeed?"

Mei shook her head; strands of hair momentarily obscuring her vision as she kicked the knife away. She could hear it faintly collide against a hard surface but didn't show the least bit of interest. Instead, her initial unease steadily began to fade while she placed her gun back in its holster. Mei took several steps forward and quietly kneeled in front of him. While she steadied herself, her eyes met his serious expression and she lowered her gaze. Focusing elsewhere, Mei examined the various cuts and bruises on his upper body with a worried expression. "Your injuries will only get worse if you struggle."

Lightly tracing an open wound with her index finger, Mei shook her head. "If you're itching for a fight that badly, wait until you're better. Anyone who rationally takes you out in your state is a coward. It just...wouldn't be a fair fight. You can barely sit up straight as it is," she stated. Tucking a flyaway strand of hair behind her ear, she laid her hand against the cut and applied pressure - working quickly to stop the continuous blood flow.

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Boneyard cringed as he watched the girl. "Honestly. If your first attempt at suicide failed you, what makes you think that the second time will succeed?" Nothing was said in response from the boy who simply sat there barley alive and feeling weaker every second, like an hourglass close to the empty being on top. "Your injuries will only get worse if you struggle. If you're itching for a fight that badly, wait until you're better. Anyone who rationally takes you out in your state is a coward. It just...wouldn't be a fair fight. You can barely sit up straight as it is," Boneyard took the scolding and nodded. "F Fine" he said barley able to speak.

He winced as the doctor pressed on his wounds. He knew this was best for him but he didn't want it to happen to him at all, at least not by this girl. She was very concerned of him even though she probably knew he was a dragon by the look she got when she saw his bare hand. He certainly wouldn't do the same for a Tiger but if they were praying for death he would comply and give them a sweet kiss of death.

He reached his hand up and pulled the glasses off his face revealing his silvery eyes, something he almost never did. He hated his eye color and felt they made him look like a true killer, mad and heartless. He gave the doctor a awkward smile and let out a weak voice."Um, thanks I guess." he said ashamed he had tried to kill his savior less than an hour ago.

It was uncomfortable to think like this. He wanted to thank her but he knew he would have to kill her. This was sinister, having your prey heal you so you can kill them later. Of course, he needed his guns before he could kill her or at least his knife although it was halfway across the room. It wasn't much of a help that the girl was armed and knife versus gun, gun almost always wins, almost.

His mind raced and he thought it would be best to at least try and move a bit. He gripped the girls shoulder tenderly and stood up using her for support. He crawled onto the bed, panting. He bowed his head slightly at her before speaking again. So what's wrong with me?" he asked somewhat redundantly since he could feel the wound on his shoulder and the bruises coating his body.