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Mendeciant Bias

Mendeciant Bias

10/3/2010 4:30:51 AM
Hey guys, first FanFic here, so, you know, please give me a break, any help, critique that is helpful, or stuff like that is accepted. Thank you, and enjoy! [b][u]Index:[/b][/u] [url=http://www.bungie.net/Forums/posts.aspx?postID=50076960]Part One: Into the Void (Official Post)[/url] [url=http://www.bungie.net/Forums/posts.aspx?postID=50076960]Part Two: All Endings, Lead to Beginnings (Second Post)[/url] [b][u]Chapter 1[/b][/u] "See you later Jacob!" One of my friends said, and I waved him goodbye as he turned the opposite way at the corner, heading for his house. Then I faced the other way, and preparing for the long walking home, thought about what we had learned in school today. The teachers had told us about the amazing super soldiers, called Spartans, that fought against the Covenant. The vids showed the Spartans mowing down thousands of Covenant, no problem. They even told us the UNSC were winning the war. But I knew this wasn't true, and it scared me. New Harmony, the planet I lived on, had been receiving less and less supplies from other colonies over the years. My parents discussed things, scary things, every day, and I hid and listened. They talked about leaving, going to Earth, or possibly Reach. They knew, and I through them, that the Covenant had to arrive sooner or later. A chill ran up my back, and I managed to direct my thoughts away from such terrible things. looking up, I was happy to see that I wasn't very far from the house. A few minutes later, the front was opening the front door, and I yelled my usual "I'm home!" I walked into the living room, where the sound of tv was coming from. My mother greeted me, and turned down the tv. It was a normal day. But then the sirens went off. My parents faces were filled with confusion, but very soon that confusion turned to dread, and then fear. My dad yelled "Those sirens can only mean.... Oh god!" He grabbed me, rushing toward the car. I managed to get some cloths and my mom dragged me into the car with Dad. People were screaming, or crying, and chaos was everywhere. Dad turned the car on, and sped out of town. He glanced up every once in a while, looking into the sky. I did once take a glance, but pulled my head back after staring in frozen fascination at what was happening. Purple ships, Phantoms I think they were called, streamed down from five bigger, shark looking cruisers, floating in space above New Harmony. It scared me to death. I was only 6. At that moment, I was praying that god would not let me die. After about an hour or two of my dad speeding down the roads at 100 miles per hour, we screeched to a stop. It was pitch black outside, and I could faintly make out an outline of trees. It then dawned upon me where we were, the New Harmony Planet Forest. Biggest forest on New Harmony, stretching for 100's of miles. The Covenant would never find us here, I thought, and groggily climbed out of the car, still scared, but retaining hope that we would survive through this. I took one final glance at the Covenant cruiser, which was now starting to fire upon the planet, diminishing homes and towns. At that moment, for once, I was intensely glad I was not still in my house, which I knew was probably smithereens right now. The dark forest grew larger as me and my parents walked toward it, and we were finally engulfed with blackness, but thankful to still be alive. [Edited on 10.03.2010 6:40 PM PDT]

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