Anyway, this part had Dusk. and Cool Snow Leopards.
And...oh, yeah, Magic.
Aquila stared at March. "How did you do that?"
"That's an easy question!" March said. "The answer is...Magic."
"...Seriously?" Aquila stared at March. "Seriously? Thats your answer?"
"Well, I figured that eventually he would see something about us getting eaten or something like that, and come and get us."
"Why didn't you say anything?"
"I wanted it to be a surprise!"
"We were locked in a room with vampires running amuck!"
"How could you think about it at a time that that?!"
"I have a very active brain."
"But you looked entirely occupied the whole time i was here!"
"Very active brain."
Israel held up a hand. "I didn't see you two getting eaten. What i saw, actually-"
Vampire number one shot into the room, grabbing Aquila by her shoulders and slamming her into the wall. March jerked back in surprise, her eyes the size of saucers. Israel grabbed March by her shoulder, and yanked her back as vampire two shot by where March had just been standing.
Israel pointed his gun, pulling the trigger. A bullet shot out, narrowly missing vampire number two by about an inch. March's eyes lit up. Her favorite part came next. Blue energy burst out of the shotgun, hitting vampire number two head on. It shot him more then halfway across the room, ramming him into the wall painfully, much like Aquila had been done seconds before.
"Cool..." March muttered.
Israel dashed over to vampire number two, jabbing him painfully in the stomach with his knee when vampire number two tried to attack him.
March turned to vampire number one and Aquila, eyebrows raised. "I'd appreciate it if you let my friend go..." vampire number two said nothing. "No? Fine by me. We're going to have a little fun together..."
March's blue eyes flashed a pale green, then to blue, and settled on a grey. She smiled, her dog teeth morphing into sharp fangs. March's skin rippled, white growing from her hair. She took a step, and her skin rippled again, flashing back to grey and white fur. March kneeled down mid-step, and not a second later she shifted into a deadly snow leopard.
March bared her teeth and unsheathed four of her claws. She let out a content sound, her long tail flicking back and forth. March's muscles bunched up, and she used the spring like reaction to jump to the vampire in one bound.
March shot her head into vampire number one's side, pushing. Vampire number one let go of Aquila, and she slipped away. Vampire number one grabbed March's head with both hands, digging his nails into her skin. The March-Leopard cried out, falling back.
March, determined to win, batted her left paw at vampire number one's arm, sinking her claws into him. In turn he cried out. March turned and kicked him like a bull, his legs falling out from beneath him. He landed holding onto March's back, his grip firm. March jumped around, trying to throw him off. However, vampire number one turned, then made a fist and hit her on the head.
March collapsed, her eyesight filled with stars. She felt herself shift back to human. March moaned, hand reaching up to her head. She saw vampire number one dash away, and saw Israel turn and run into vampire number three. Israel grappled with vampire number three, shotgun flying out of his grip. The first vampire he shot, vampire number two, rotated himself around Israel, and reached and twisted his arm behind him, shoving him against the wall.
March felt a headache pressing onto her temples. She felt herself being rolled over with a foot.
March blinked rapidly, unable to focus. Her breath caught in her throat, her vision un-fazed again.
Dusk looked down at her, smiling cruelly. "Hello." he said. "Nice to see you again."
Dusk grabbed hold of March by her shirt collar, pulling her upwards.
He leaned his face into hers, flashing his pointed teeth. "You and me have to have a little chat."
Dusk moved his grip to March's throat, dragging her to the window. March clawed weakly at his hands, feet trailing after her.
"No..." she whispered.
Dusk kicked open the window in a second, which March had failed completely in doing. He jumped out, into the open air, and he fell, dragging March by her neck, a story to the ground.
March screamed. "No!"
Roar. I wrote this a bit yesterday, and a bit this morning, when my feet were numb beyond belief. stupid cold...