Hero's Journey

Hero's Journey

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  • Status Quo
  • where am I? Who was that?
  • Hey!
  • Call to Adventure
  • I have have to get out of here.
  • Assistance 
  • Hey, I need some help.
  • I was confused and tired. Looking around, I haven't been here before, everything was new to me. She grabbed a syringe, entering the room off to my left. Not long after I heard blood curdling screams. She returned with disappointment across his face. She grabbed her syringe and before I could say anything she emptied the syringe in my arm. " I swear, Apache prison in Arizona couldn't get any worse.
  • Departure 
  • Take a left on the next road.
  • There was a banging on the door. Ignoring the disturbance, she went on with her business. Not soon after, what ever was behind the door was now inside, on top of the woman, her screams muffled. "There is no way those creatures are human" I thought to myself. One  of the creatures directed their attention to me, digging their yellow rotting teeth into my leg. The pain was unbearable, a fiery sensation spread fast through out my body. Everything was a blur and started to spin.
  • Trials
  • I woke up on the floor. My heart racing, hands sweating. Gathering the little strength I had left, I ran, not knowing exactly where I was going. I just grabbed a stapler off of a near by prison guard desk, throwing it at the window, breaking it. Climbing through it, I sprinted though the woods until I came upon a little white house on a river. I knocked on the door. I man approached followed by a woman. They invited me in and we talked for a good half an hour. They agreed to help me, I was planning to go to a lab in Nebraska.
  • Approach
  • We spent the nest hour or so loading their car. The woman, Mary had mapped out the route we planned on taking, and before we knew it, we were off to practice.
  • We have been on the move for what has felt like weeks now. taking shelter in places that range from an abandon houses to pawn shops. Fresh water is scares and food was hard to come across. Added on to that we were getting low on weapons and ammo. 
  • We are in need for weapons. We have been lucky for so far with not running into any herds of zombies but its only a matter of time before we do, and if we don't finds some weapons soon, we aren't going to survive. We stopped at pawn shops and houses. I remember being told that almost every bar has a gun or some sort of protection behind the counter. We searched a few, and grabbed them. They will have to do.
  • I'll take this house
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