Vamp walked down the dark street holding at his side a shimmering blade. the moon light casting an eerie glow upon his face as well as the blade. he just walked calmly but with a sort of creepiness to him as well as a psychotic smirk plastered on his face.
vamp continued to walk but stopped as he seen some one preoccupied. he thought itd be the perfect circumstance, but something stopped him from taking the leap. but what?
He turns to the other again, seeing the other stop and tilts his head. This one looked slightly like him. “Hmm. Nice night hmm?” He asked with a voice soft but still had some of The Once-ler’s voice in it.
“good night… a night for… doing some damage…. at least for me” he narrowed his eyes at the figure before taking another few steps
“Ahh… damage. Sounds like an interesting thing. To bad I can’t cause any.” He cursed this host of his that limited his power. He showed no fear for the other. Loki had so little to fear after all.
“i bet you could… if you really truly wanted to…” he tilted his head putting the blade into his pocket
“Perhaps. But I have limitations. Hmm you don’t seem mortal. Unless you hide it well from me. You seem different from mortals.” He noticed the blade but didn’t show a sign of nervousness.
he hissed only slightly “far from those things… weak creatures…” he hummed softly as he paced back and forth
“They are. I dislike the fact I am using one as my host.” The Once-ler now believed this was a vampire. A creature he read. “Vampires exist in this realm?”
“so far… i no of only me….” he looked down with a hint of loneliness in his eyes “but… im sure there are others out there”
“I am so sorry. I am sure there are others.” He wondered what other creatures like this existed on this earth. “I wonder.. did you see me as your next meal or kill?”
he looked up “…i did… but… im not now… unusual i know…” he shifted the weight between his feet and crossed his arms
“I must say that you are wise. If you attacked me I would have no choice but to either hurt you badly or kill you. I am not an ordinary Once-ler.”