I woke up with a splitting headache, not really sure how much time had passed by. I seemed to get knocked out a lot. Roy was standing over me, waiting for me to wake up.
“How long have I been out?” I asked him.
“Twenty minutes,” he replied.
“Have you been standing there watching me the whole time?”
I stood up and looked around. There were a lot of dead monsters lying around but I didn’t see the big werewolf I was about to kill before I was knocked out.
“Where are they?” I asked him.
“After that guy knocked you out he took off with that big werewolf,” he replied.
“He didn’t kill anyone?”
“He said that there would be plenty of death to come and then left.”
“I had to take some of your blood to heal some people.”
“Believe it or not, no. A couple of injuries but nothing fatal.”
I looked around, searching for Mygle. I had honestly forgotten that he was even there. That would certainly explain why everything was so easy.
“Have you seen Mygle or his gremlins?” I asked Roy.
“I haven’t seen them since before the first attack,” Roy admitted.
“We’re here,” Mygle said, coming up behind us with his crew in tow.
“Where did you go?” I asked him.
“You told Roy to let you fight big werewolf. So we did the same.”
“We stayed out of the way.”
“So where were you when all of the vampires attacked?”
“I didn’t see you.”
Mygle turned around and pointed. “We had to take care of them.”
I looked to where he pointed at and there were another 20 or so vampires, dead down the street.
“We figured you could handle the rest,” Mygle added.
“Fair enough,” I replied. “Kelly’s team should be here soon. You should go.”
“I don’t think this is last time you’ll see us today.”
Then they were all gone. Just then Kelly pulled up. She got out of the car and wore a look of complete shock.
“What the hell?” she said.
“There was a little fight,” I explained. I filled her in on everything that had happened.
“We need to get back to headquarters. You can leave your car here.”
“Lead the way.”
We walked to the car.
“Wes!” the lieutenant called.
“What about them?” I asked Kelly, pointing to the civilians.
“I’ll have a clean up crew come in,” she promised me. “Is it over? Here I mean?”
“Yeah,” I replied.
I looked to the lieutenant.
“There will be a group coming to clean up and explain more,” I yelled to him. “You did good.”
Then we all piled into the car and headed for Kelly’s headquarters. I had no idea what was going to happen and I was worried about going with her but one thing was for sure: things were only going to get worse…