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In the Dark of the... Fog
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July 22, 1888 - Padmore Park
Conri couldn't believe his rotten luck. Having decided to spend a couple days in his Hogsmeade home for time to himself so he can obtain some clear results, he had ended up getting accidently stuck in the village as the fog had come along. Well... perhaps it wasn't a complete accident. He had really not wanted to face his discomforts of having twins at home and the slight tension it caused in the house. With his dreadful luck, he had gone to Hogsmeade right before the fog it Wellingtonshire. He had continuously told himself that he had more time to leave before the rest of Hogsmeade was covered. By the time that he realized that he was being foolish, it was too late to leave. He was sure that Aamiya was quite upset over this.

It wasn't as though he could do anything now. Instead of hide away in defeat, he decided to go about his day. Today that meant spending some time in the park. The day was at least not terrible. Gazing around the park as he took his time with his walk, it was nice to try to not worry about everything in the world in this moment. He hadn't seen many others so far and that was alright with him. After a good while of walking, he decided to sit on one of the benches. Looking around to try to see at least a few of the lovely park sights through the fog, he didn't see much. Hearing a crack in the tree, he looked up just in time to see a small branch break. Must have been a squirrel. Getting up quickly, he almost completely missed getting hit. Though his arm did get cut. "Damn it." He muttered to himself. At least he had not seen a lady around that would hear such language.


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So this was Padmore Park. Zel stared around as if waiting for something to happen. The unimpressed look on her face seemed as if it was going to stay eternally. What a bunch of bullshit Ishmael told her. This park was supposed to be nice. Hands on hips, Zel was standing in the middle of a blasted park where she couldn't see but 3 feet in front of her face. Plus she was absolutely famished. While she was well aware of the rule that was established for vampires (hello, she'd been breaking it for well over 50 years in over 30 countries) and humans, frankly, she didn't give a damn.

After a few minutes of stalking around in the dark, she decided perhaps it might be better for her to get some leverage on the situation. She walked up to a bench next to a tree and quickly leapt on the bench to scale the branches. The visibility from her point of view wasn't much better, unfortunately. As she sat in the tree swinging her feet below her, Zel contemplated how her first meeting with Ishmael had gone. Really, she wasn't that surprised he reacted that way. In fact she enjoyed it. She chuckled to herself as she replayed the scene in her head. Her silent excitement had her kicking her feet in glee, and she accidentally dislodged a branch below her.

She didn't expect anything of it, but a curse from what sounded like a man had her peering down below her. She could see the faint outline of a figure below her. Her body went still, and she smiled gleefully. "Is that any way to speak around a lady?" she purred.
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Conri hadn't even gotten a chance to check his arm before he heard a voice speak to him. From above him? A feminine voice, which made him feel quite embarrassed for uttering such language near her. Backing up a bit more, he looked up. "Apologies miss. I hadn't realized that you were up there." He said, the embarrassment being quite obvious.

Taking a moment, he tried to wonder what she was even doing up there? But there were other concerns. He actually took a look on his arm. Finally he felt the sting that came with a cut from where the branch had hit him. Ugh, such rotten luck indeed. Foul language in front of a lady, almost getting crushed, and now this stupid cut. Once again looking up, he just gave an embarrassed smile. "Again, apologies. The branch startled me." He stated sheepishly.



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What a gentleman. Zel wanted to grab the man by his neck, drag him to Ishmael and show him what a real gentleman looked like. Speaking of which, she couldn't see the lad below her. He certainly smelled scrumptious.  While she was out of his sight, she gave into licking her lips as she peered down into the void that was below her. Even with her enhanced sight, the vampire could only see an outline of the man.

She wanted a better look.

Making sure her cloak was wrapped around her, she slinked down the side of the tree in no time, and landed softly on the ground below. Following her nose, she could tell he was but a few feet in front of her. "What branch?" she said, cocking her head innocently as if she hadn't been the catalyst for the man's injury.
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Conri couldn't help but be slightly surprised that she hadn't noticed the branch fall. Perhaps she was too distracted from making sure that she didn't fall as well. "This one right here. Sharp one too. It managed to cut me." He responded. The stinging of his arm was quite distracting. He glanced at the wound again. "I'm going to need to patch this up soon. Wouldn't want to get an infection." He said thoughtfully, partially to himself.



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The vampire blinked, stepping closer so she could see him. He was tolerable enough. Nothing too impressive, though she doubted that would change her hunger, unless he was the type of person to do hard drugs. He didn't have the smell of someone like that, so she stepped even closer, reaching to touch his arm. "You poor thing," she said, pouting as she stroked his arm. "I could help you fix it," she smiled up at him, careful to not part her lips too much lest she show her fangs.
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As the woman approached, Conri tried to get a good look at her. It was hard with the fog. Details were lost in it's presence. He was quite shocked when she placed her hand on his arm. Flusterment was the main feeling swirling around in his head. Perhaps he would think at least a bit more clearly if he wasn't still slightly shaken by almost having been crushed. "Are you a healer?" He asked. What else would she mean by helping him to fix his arm?



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Oh, bless him. Zel smirked coyly, fluttering her eyelashes up at him and surveying him. Would he be a runner, or would he freeze? This was what she enjoyed the most. "Not exactly," she purred, and flashed her fangs at him. A guttural hiss escaped her throat as a red blood lust filled her vision.
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The look she gave him... it left him feeling unsettled. Like, an animal being stalked by a hunter. Then the fangs were revealed, and he paled. This was certainly not good. Pulling his arm from her grip, he turned and ran for his life. If he would get very far was another question entirely.


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Zel released the cackle that was bubbling up in her throat. It was really her lucky day. She could feel the moment that the man knew he was in trouble; see it on his face. The man was tall, so his strides were larger than hers... but she could cover more ground than he could in less time. "Oh, what fun," she murmured to herself, before she darted after him. So far, he hadn't screamed, though Zel doubted with the fog and all that anyone would be able to locate them in time.

In no time, she was on his heels and she made a leap for it, lunging at his back with a hiss.
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The cackle that came from the... woman? Creature? Vampire stuck the most. The vampire's cackle rattled him all the more. If he could run faster at this point, he would. No one was in sight and this made him regret coming to the park even more. If only he had help. If only he at least had magic!

Feeling the vampire's weight hit him as she landed on his back, he stumbled to a fall. For a one who was thinner and shorter than him, she seemed to weigh more. Perhaps that was the vampire's strength. Perhaps it was his fear making things seem even worse. Struggling as he tried to get the creature off of him, whatever hope was still in him was draining fast. Would he even see his daughters again? His wife? His siblings?


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Zel let him struggle as much as he wanted - fact of the matter was, he wasn't getting away now that she had him. She was hungry and grumpy before, but now she was hungry and gleeful; previous acquaintances couldn't decide which made for a worse Azazel. For her, either was preferable.

As she let him thrash about, Zel figured that were she human, he'd easily overpower her. In fact, if she weren't so hungry, she'd probably let him think he could for a while; that was more fun, anyways. God, but he was a pale thing. His hair was mussed, and his eyes were filled with the sort of panic that made Azazel's back shiver with delight. She smiled at him, her face relaxing to a sweet, demure grin. "What's wrong," she purred quietly, moving to straddle him and relax her elbows on his chest. "got caught up in a bit of trouble?"
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If he somehow managed to survive this, Aamiya might just kill him for worrying her. He should have brpught someone else with him, but how much good would that even do? Perhaps then this creature wouldn’t have risked the attack.

How would he get out of this? Strength was doing nothing. “Please, I have a family. Two new born daughters that deserve to have their father in their life.” He pleaded quickly. Could he spark some humanity into a vampire? Some would say yes, but this one’s amusement sparked doubt in him that he could reason with her.



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His pleading just made her lips curl back even more. What a sweet beggar he made of himself! She almost wanted to clap her hands together. As she leaned forward, she sighed, almost hugging him as she laid her head on his chest. "You dear, dear boy," she said, reaching up and patting him on the cheek. "What a good father and husband of you to think of your children!"

If she had live blood coursing through her veins, it would be singing right now. Instead she opted for a giggle. "And what about wifey? I'm sure she'd be distressed to learn how her poor husband is in such trouble?"
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If this weren’t a life or death situation, he might have snapped over the fact that she was being completely inappropriate in her mannerism, and being on top of him. But these things failed to come to mind when something far more urgent was happening. This damn thing was toying with him. If he weren’t so frightened, he’d be angry.

I’d say she’d be more angry than anything else.” He responded. Not just at him of course, but he could see hurt and anger as her main emotions over this. That seemed more like her. It had seemed that way when he awoke from his coma.



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