Mike leaned against the stairwell door on the sixth floor, looking through the tall rectangular glass window into the hall. Just in the little area he could see there were three zombies wandering loose.
“So when do we get started,” Mike asked, rolling his shoulders aggressively to relieve a bit of tension. Troy and Jessica shared a look. Troy sighed, “We don’t actually have a party of fighters willing to go out just yet. We need at least two on the roof to protect Continue Reading →
Mike felt a little trapped by their approach. It was clear they were attempting to manipulate him through his emotions. The world had only gone to hell a few hours ago. It was impossible to have developed immunity to beautiful women dying or to be fine with abandoning people because they Continue Reading →
Troy cleared his throat. Seeing he had Mike’s attention he asked, “What was your「System」reward? Mine was a [Beginner Black Magic Set] it had this staff,” he lifted his staff to draw attention to it, “this robe, and a book titled Intro to Black Magic.
Stepping into the stairwell Mike took the metal head of his new ax and struck it against the railing three times. Clang. Clang. Clang. Waiting tensely for several tense seconds, no groaning, shuffling, or other noxious bodily sounds could be heard. The stairs were clear of zombies.
Opening the door a crack, Mike peeked outside. In the hall outside his door there were three zombies. He recognized one of them as one guys from the apartment across the hall. The other two didn’t look familiar. Not that it mattered much.
Taking a deep breath, Mike stood with a grunt. Feeling sticky, he headed to the bathroom and turned he blue ringed knob on the sink. Splashing cold water on his face and down the front of his shirt he sighed with pleasure. Grabbing a towel, he distracted noted was Jeff’s, from the towel Continue Reading →
Thump. Urgh. Thump. Urgh. Thump. Urgh. “Hmm, five more minutes.” Michael “Mike” Tanner said, rolling over on his twin sized mattress and pulling the blanket over his head. It was a Saturday, he had absolutely no desire to be awake before noon. It didn’t feel like noon yet.