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Which Twin is Evil?

By Victoria Elizabeth All Rights Reserved ©

Action / Fantasy

Chapter 1

Roy was rejected by his mother, a no good woman who whored around.  She left him in a cardboard box for months, hoping that he would die in the filth she left him in.  When he did not die, she let him be taken by a couple, who fostered him until he turned eighteen.  He went into the army and met his future wife. 

However, Roy did not know that he had a twin brother.  His brother, Roman, was also rejected and left for death in that box.  Their mother was ashamed of how she conceived them and did not want anything to do with them.

Luckily, their father came for a visit and saw what their mother did.  He looked them over and only took Roman.  He did not say one word while he picked up the boy and started to walk away.  Their mother did not really care what would happen to the boys, but she was curious why he did not take both of them.  They practically looked alike.

“Roman is perfect.  He has a brilliant mind and a strong immune system.  Roy is feeble-minded, and I don’t care if he dies.” Their father said as he left.

Their father was right about Roy.  He was not wrapped too tight and he was a horrible husband.  He beat and raped his wife, mostly in a drunken haze.  She grew tired of it and threatened to cut his manhood off and leave him.

Unknown to Roy, Roman found out about him and was watching, plotting to kill Roy and take his wife and daughter.  He had decided that Roy had lived long enough and did not deserved his wife and child.

When Roman had his chance, he confronted Roy.  “Hello, brother.” Roman said with a smirk as he shot electricity from his hands at Roy, which caused Roy to go flying backwards into a wall.  “I may be known as the evil one, but you have done something that I would never do, harm my significant other.” Roman said as he pushed Roy against the wall, giving him a menacing look.  Roy just looked shocked at Roman due to the fact that Roman moved his hand onto his neck, so he could choke him.

Suddenly, Roy pushed Roman off of him with a rush of fire from his body.  He gasped for air and looked up at Roman.  “How come I don’t know about you?” Roy asked, wondering was this guy actually his brother or just a doppelganger.

“Our father rejected you, just like our mother.  He knew that you would be more annoying than evil and mess things up for us.” Roman said as he narrowed his eyes at Roy.  “I am his prefect son.  An evil genius who knows when to be evil and when not to be evil.  You do not deserve to live.” He said as he generated an electrical field around himself, ready to strike Roy down.  “You do not deserve a family.”

Roy generated a field of fire around himself and prepared to defend himself.  Roman just laughed and initiated combat.  Roman ended up winning when he managed to shoot a stream of electricity through Roy’s heart.  He buried his brother’s body and took his place.  Roy’s wife noticed the difference in personality and intelligence, knowing Roman was not her husband.  However, she accepted him and lived happily ever after with him.

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