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The Dark Assassinhood.

By Jonathon Davies is Dagtar

Romance / Adventure

Chapter 1

A YOUNG GIRL named Victoria walks through the forest on her way home from school

one day. Then she hears gunfire and starts running. “Get down!” A young boy yells

as he pulls her down behind a tree trunk just as a cannon ball splits a nearby tree in

half. “That was so close. I am Will.” The boy says. Just then a man that looked like an

army officer arrives, riding up in a union uniform. “Are you Confederacy or Union?” The

officer asks in a loud voice as he sits on his chestnut mare that was restless. “Easy,

girl.” He soothes the horse. The officer turns back to the two teenagers. “So?” He asks. “Answer my question. Are you Union or Confederacy?” “I am with the north, the south have a warrant on my head.” Will says, getting up. “Are you William Wood...?” The officer asks as he reached for his gun, but before he could get his gun or finish his sentence an assassin jumped from a tree dressed in  green and black long coat with a white eagle like mask and killed him with a blade then he threw some knives at the other men that were looking after the cannon that spilled the

tree. “Come with me” The assassin says with a deep voice as he jumped from the horse

as it ran into the woods. “Why should we?” Victoria demands as she rises from the

ground. “Because” The assassin replies “the south are coming here and I have been send by the Dark Assassin hood to get you” Then Will pulls out a dagger and says “I don’t think I believe you” pressing the dagger on the assassin’s neck “and I think my parents would be looking for me now” says Victoria as she walks back slowly “in fact” The assassin says taking the dagger from will and hitting him on the ground causes Victoria to walks back faster “your parents send me to get you” The assassin walking closer to Victoria “don’t touch the girl” shouts will with the army officer’s gun “you don’t want to do that “says the assassin walking over to Will then they heard gunfire and people shouting , “over here’ one of the shouts yell. “Come now” says the assassin and Victoria and Will follow him.  As they walk\run Victoria thinks to herself why do I trust this boy so implicitly so soon after meeting him and this man after he killed a man right in front of me and could her parents be assassins it never passed her mind that her mum could kill a man. As The Assassin, Victoria and Will walk, Will asks “where and why are you taking us?” The assassin from his white, in his deep voice ans them saying “You will be trained up in the way of The Dark Assassin Hood, as your are the next generation,  as to where we are going,  you will have to wait and see” soon  they get to a cave “ here we are” the assassin says then he pushes a  button on the wall and a rock moves, reviling a door go in “ the assassin says, and Victoria and Will go in to the door “ I don’t like this“  says Will then they walk into a room with a Table in the middle Then Victoria sees her parents and she runs to them and gives them a hug “Are you assassins?” she asks “yes dear, we are” her mum says and Victoria cries in her mum’s arms.

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