Orbiters #3

Orbiters #3
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  • The creature loomed over my head, it's teeth baring as a growl escaped from it's throat. It looked at me as if I was the meal it had been waiting it's whole life for yet, it didn't make another step towards me. My mind was racing with what to do or how to escape, but before I could make a choice on what to do, a recognizable shadow stepped out from beyond the trees. Of course it was him. Great. Cole casually strutted over to us obviously not in any surprise about the creature near us and pulled a sword out of the air and struck the monster with a clang. 
  • The creature disappeared in a wave of smoke and ashes until it was no more. I stood there staring astounded at Cole who had just demolished this mythical beast in front me. He nodded at me and then just told me to follow him back to his house and he'd explain everything. At first, I declined but as a rumble vibrated my feet just like earlier today, I quickly took up Cole's offer. I had to know the answer to all these weird happenings. We jogged out of the lot and all the way through my torn up city until we reached Cole's house. 
  • Once we reached Cole's house, he quietly led me to the back and we snuck in his back door. We both tiptoed up his room and the second he shut his door, I burst out with millions of questions that I desperately needed answers to. Cole laughed and then began to tell me that I was different than others. I was an orbiter. I had to power to shift planets and change them however I wanted. I was still very confused but, when I tried to ask Cole how he knew about this, he went silent. Realizing I wasn't going to get that answer I wanted, I awkwardly let myself out, said goodbye, and ran all the way home.
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