Will it take some of the pressure off of you?
N-No. You’ll just see what I see, and feel what I feel. I’ll just be sharing it with you.
You don’t have to go through this alone.
Kyle, I can make people see these things through touch… It’s no picnic.
If you— I don’t want you to see it too.
How soon are these things happening? Where?
I don’t— I don’t know when! It’s… The guy and his mom are right outside of town. The little girl is… God! Why won’t it stop?!
What the hell is going on?!
Josh? You too?
What are you talking about? Like…visions?
Yes! You have to— Oh, my god. Save the little girl from the truck! Or the high school guy who’s about to stab his mother!
You know what I meant. But alright. Hope you…feel better.
Ugh, okay. I’m sorry. But there’s something wrong with my head! I don’t know how to make it stop, or which one to save! It’s all happening at once!
I was looking for Josh. You don’t look so good, Bridget.
How nice of you to say. I’d like to think that I always look good, thank you. Josh isn’t here, and I’m fine.
Are you ok?
… Kyle? What are you doing here?
What is happening to my head?!
Looking over at Bridget, Gabriella gave her a nod back, agreeing with the brunette. She had assumed they would be going on foot. It was a lot less conspicuous. The hunters didn’t have enhanced senses, but they would obviously be able to hear a vehicle approaching the building. The only thing, though, was Bidget had enhanced speed, whereas Gabriella didn’t. She was stronger and faster than most humans, being a huntress, but she was nowhere near comparison to an original vampire. She would try her best to keep up though. She would run on adrenaline if need be. She had heard of people doing that before, lifting up cars off of people with their adrenaline, in the heat of the moment. This was Nathan, and she wasn’t about to lose him. She saw the building that her friend motioned towards. Weeks worth of searching and worrying, the ending of it all seemed so close now. She couldn’t fathom that she was standing only a few yards away from Nathan. Gabriella followed behind Bridget, walking with as fast of a pace as she could.
Something was off, she sensed something on them, and as Bridget glanced upwards, she noticed a security camera. Quickly, she pulled on Gabriella’s arm to get her out of view, around the corner of the building. Reaching into her jacket, she took out the dagger, holding the blade between her index finger and thumb. “I haven’t done this in a while so bear with me…” Bridget said, taking a breath before peeking her head around the corner, throwing the dagger towards the camera. It shattered the lens, causing the object to drop down from where it was hanging. The brunette moved towards the broken camera, pulling her dagger back out, because she’d need it later. “Inside we go. Keep your eyes open for any more camera’s.” she informed the blonde. Normally, one would be stealth and go inside quietly. Bridget? No. She kicked down the door and zoomed inside, snapping the necks of the guards inside the long corridor. Humans could put up a fight if they wanted, but she’d perfected a lot of things over the centuries, and she had no problem taking a couple of guys out inside the corridor.
Gabriella smiled, shaking her head at the other girl. That was one of the things Gabriella loved about her best friend —her ability to make light of almost any situation, and to keep the blonde smiling, as she knew how hard all of this was for Gabriella. Once they were back in the living room, Gabriella watched as Bridget marked off areas on the map that she had been previously studying when the brunette arrived. Gabriella let out a sigh of relief. They knew where they were going. Finally, they were making some sort of progress towards bringing Nathan home. After the vision, Gabriella was even more determined than before to find him, because she saw what he was going through. Gabriella quickly followed her friend out of the house. She was hopeful at Bridget’s words that they should be able to find Nathan soon. It had been a long two weeks, and Gabriella was more than ready to see the face of the man she loved. She gave Bridget a nod. “…We going on foot?” She asked, looking over at the girl as they walked along the sidewalk.
Her pace was fast, not wishing to waste any more time. She could sense that Nate was still alive, but she preferred getting to him sooner rather than later. Bridget nodded at Gabriella’s question. “They’ll probably hear us coming if we take the car.” she explained, wanting to be as subtle and as silent as they possibly could be. It was always risky to take a human into battle with you, because they could potentially die, but she trusted the blonde’s skills enough. Not that Bridget had ever seen Gabriella patrol or hunt, but she trusted that her best friend knew what she was doing, or she wouldn’t jump into this thing the way that she did. As they reached the border of the town, Bridget’s hazel green eyes scanned their surroundings, ears picking sounds up nearby, and as she allowed herself to look into that direction, she could see the building that she’d seen in her vision too. “That one. Come on.” she motioned towards it with her head, speeding over, but making sure she was quiet and stealth as they approached the building.
"I know." Gabriella said with a nod. She knew Bridget was an original vampire, which meant she was pretty much invincible. She also knew that Bridget took pride in that fact. "They don’t know that though, so they’ll try and hurt you, once they catch on about what you are." Gabriella didn’t think that Josiah and the other hunters were aware of Bridget’s being an original vampire, or probably anything about Bridget in general, but they would figure it out once they saw her, and she would then be a target. "Thanks, Bridget." She gave the other girl a smile. Gabriella knew Bridget wasn’t normally this caring to most people. It meant a lot to the huntress that she was an exception. The blonde let out a sigh. "Alright, then. Ready to go?" She asked, looking over at her friend. Enough time had been spent planning, talking, and gathering up weapons. Now it was time for action to take place.
"Oh, please. That’s what I’m hoping for. I haven’t had a man hurt me in too long." she said in a playful voice, nodding when Gabriella thanked her and told her that she was ready to head out. The brunette checked herself one last time, to make sure the weapons were securely on her, and hidden from view. The vampire moved back into the living room, drawing a path on the map with the marker that laid beside the paper. "This is where we’re going." she looked up to the blonde, pushing some hair behind her ear, getting up from where she had been sitting. The map had been memorized in her mind already, she knew were they were headed and Bridget wasted no time in going towards the door, opening it up so they could leave and find Nathan. Her pace was brisk as she walked over the sidewalk, eyes and ears perking up for any potential danger, even though her visions usually protected her from harm as well. "They’re not that far away. We should be able to get there soon enough."