OTHERWORLD CHAPTER V Careful who you steal fromthe Mojave Desert 30 miles outside Sin City The Godfathers Domain Two Men wait in the Desert a third man lays at their hands and feet bound . The first Man a tall Fellow with a soul patch glasses and a pony tail Turns to his Partner a shorter brown-haired Man.”I Hope Boss shows up Soon I want to go to Denny's.” the Shorter Man Just nodded not saying anything has a long black limo pulled up. The Back door Opened out stepped A brown-haired girl with a Short black and pink Dress with Matching tennis Shoes Followed By a slightly older Looking brown-haired in a pink suit with A third eye on her forehead the younger girl spoke to the older woman has they walked to the trio”Like Mom can we just kill this guy I have clubbing to do The older woman pulled out a cigar and held it to her lips snapping her fingers lit up”No Dear .” She said leaning down to the bound man “Please don't kill me “The man said fear in his eyes the woman laughed”Oh DeOTHERWORLD CHAPTER V Careful who you steal from by *Mattkind
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Dave and Teri/Dawn had left during the final match between Jie Hsu and Domino. Why? Well Dave had been to enough of these ‘super villain team up parties’ to know just when things were going good, was just when things were going to go FUBAR. Dave figured it was best to at least get the helicopter ready for a quick get away. Besides, the Dracula siblings were none to happy about they’re prey escaping. Speaking of which, Dave sniffed then turned to Teri/Dawn and the two Crimson blades he had asked to accompany him, and had them help him to the helipad. Dave hit the bigger one in the face with the metal briefcase sending her stumbling back and grinned.
Dave: “Hello Christine and Buttlina …oh don’t look so shocked ladies I smelled you, vampire remember”
Teri/Dawn: “Plus Lina has those huge tracts of…erm land”
She said making hand gestures to her breast. Buttlin