My white eyes looked up at a pale boy. I recognized his scent of being a vampire, not to mention his strangely colored eyes. "However you would like," I told him calmly with a shrug, my mid-back long white hair bouncing slightly with the movement.
Cheryce arched her eyebrow. "You don't seem any different from any other vampire," she said with no fear in her eyes or voice. "You can sit down if you'd like. Doesn't really matter to me," Cheryce stared into Jasper's eyes with a little smirk. She then cut the eye contact and took a bite of her red apple.
Don't go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first.
She grabbed her backpack dashed out from the doors where the Paladin was, and he immediately chased her out to the forest.
She wrapped her figure around the tree's branch, the upper half of her body hanging a bit off of the branch. Cheryce saw that the Paladin slowed down as he tried to find her, but failed.
The Paladin took a radio out of his pocket, and pushed down on a red button. "I lost her, we need to find her soon. That thing is an abomination and she can't live any longer."