As soon as I meet with Tobias, we make a run for it. I hear gunshots behind us, but we make it to safety in the tower building. I was told by my brother to go to the fourth floor, so we took the elevator. Tobias and I were ambushed by a bunch of Jeanine’s goons. Jeanine took Tobias, and brainwashed him personally, while her thugs put me in a real glass tank full of water.
As soon as the guards left, I heard more gunshots, about 50 feet away. Soon after, I see my mother running through the door. She frees me from my glass so we can escape to freedom. We run out the building and I hear a loud bang. My mom is dead, just five feet behind me. I choke on a sob, and keep running to the safe house she told me about. At the safe house I meet my brother Caleb (who is in a nice blue suit), and my dad. For some reason, Marcuss is their too.
The four of us devise a plan to sneak undetected, and we go to the Pit. As soon as we enter the pit, I notice that Peter is guarding the doors. I shoot him in the leg, and kick him a few times, but he soon surrendered and said he would help us.
We sneak up a ledge and to the computer room, where the serum injected citizens are being controlled, but something doesn’t seem right……. And then I see it. Tobias has been positioned to guard the computer room. I sneak up behind him, and take away his gun, but it takes a few minutes to snap him back into reality. Marcus comes to disable the computer, but Tobias takes over, and makes a few modifications.
On a television screen, I see all the brainwashed goons shoot each other. As we escape to the train, my dad gets shot. I shoot back at the assailant, but it doesn’t bring my dad back to life. The five of us who are (Peter, Marcus, Caleb, Tobias, and myself). Make it to the train, and leave to the Amity Factions territory. It is a beautiful place full of fields and trees (the Amity are farmers).
I hope that Christina, or Tori don’t get hurt, but as we ride closer to the warm golden sunset, Tobias and I share a kiss. I hope for better things to be in our future.