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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2014



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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2014

    The Life of The Phantom

    The Life of The Phantom
    Chapter One

    Just as dawn began to peek over the tops of the buildings, Phantom decided he should get going. He couldn't be seen -- he would be tracked down and captured. But, the night had been successful. Phantom had taken down some Razor's guards, a few spokespeople, and a couple scientists. All of them had to do with Razor, so Phantom was content -- for now.
    Phantom jumped off the rooftop and into a dark alleyway. He pushed aside a large rock in one corner of the alley, revealing a long tunnel. Phantom entered the tunnel and pulled the rock back in place once he was on the other side. He walked through the tunnel with ease, used to the darkness and silence.
    Phantom turned around a corner and came to a large cave. Here, many ledges jutted out from the wall of the cave, a couple of them used as beds, and several household items such as a stove, pots and pans, ect., dotted the cave. Another boy stood over the stove, cooking. He looked almost exactly like Phantom, plus they were the same age, 18, except there were a few differences. Phantom's eyes were a disturbing blood red, and the boy's were a calm light grey. Also, Phantom's hair was uneven and spiked in tufts, but on the other hand, the boy's was neatly combed. "Hey, Phantom! How did tonight go?" The boy asked cheerfully, obviously used to the fact Phantom was an assassin.
    "Pretty good. I made some good progress. I'm sure these latest assassinations with SERIOUSLY get Razor angry," Phantom replied, grinning. "Awesome! Well, we both hate 'im, but I'm sure we're not alone," The other told Phantom. "That I am sure of, Ghost," Phantom smiled. He ruffled his brother's hair.
    "Hey, easy on the hair!" Ghost exclaimed in mock annoyance, smoothing down his hair again. "Well, you're no fun at all," Phantom teased, chuckling. Usually people didn't get to see this side of Phantom, because Phantom only revealed it to people whom he sincerely trusted. "Like I said, you're my evil twin," Ghost joked, giving Phantom a friendly poke in the ribs with his elbow. "I'm not exactly evil, but I guess that's a bit true. I'm pretty much evil compared to you," Phantom said, shrugging. "Oh well, I'm used to it. Now help me fix this soup!"

    ((Thank you, everyone, for the positive comments. This chapter was mainly just an introduction to Ghost, Phantom's twin brother. I am open to ideas, because I only have a few ideas about what should come next. Anyway, yes, this chapter was relatively short, for which I apologize.))

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    Posted April 26, 2011

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