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The Devein Portals Chapter 5Chapter 5
"I was born almost 16 years ago. I had just turned one, when the new procedures were introduced. My mother and my father eventually split up because my father was very much in The Vipers good books, in fact, they were actually quite good friends, and naturally, my father-Kyle- was all for the new regime. My mother, Lauren, on the other hand was completely against it, mainly because of how a lot of people wouldn't be able to cope with the changes. My brother -Michael- was four when my dad took off, he took us too, hoping to train us to work for the Viper with him. My brother and I were taken to be trained as soon as we arrived and by the time I was 5, I could throw a hell of a punch. Michael grew up to love the lifestyle but secretly, I hated it. When I had just turned 12, I heard news that my mother held a key position in the resistance and so I bided my time until I could run away. It took me almost 2 months to find any whisper of the resistance, and when I
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"Jay?!" Alex's expression was thunderous, as he hung above her in the canopy. Jay bit back a smile. Her parachute had also been caught in the branches, but luckily she hadn't been too high up, and had managed to cut her way free with the knife at her waste. She had jumped towards the ground, grabbing hold of a strong-ish looking vine to break her fall; it had worked fine, except for the fact that the palm of her hand had been ripped to shreds by the spines that the vine had been covered in. Luckily, as she had checked the bags, she found that nothing had been damaged in the fall. She'd zipped the bags back up and slung them on into the most comfortable position she could find, before heading out to search for Alex, pausing only to pick up the knife that had landed on the ground about 30ft away. Almost immediately, the chute was out of sight and Jay was alone in the forest. After about 35 minutes, she had stooped to the ground and picked up a large leaf, having noticed that it
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"I can't believe we're just gonna sit and wait" Jay groaned, "I could get us out of here in a flash."
"And I've already told you, if those guys come back and find were not here, all hell will break loose, we have to wait for contact to make sure it's clear" Alex replied patiently, "although you'll have to teach me how to pick locks as quickly as you do. Where did you learn how to do that?"
Jay looked incredulous, "We're about to try and escape a plane, containing some of the most
dangerous people in the world, who are -in turn- protected by even more dangerous people, who just happen to have been trained by the Viper himself in loads of different martial arts and your worried about where I learned how to pick locks?" She was going to say more but, the sound of footsteps in the corridor stopped her short. Jay and Alex simultaneously moved to either side of the door, getting ready for the door to open, and for the plan to be set in motion.
The door opened and a slim person ste
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Jay opened her eyes and immediately wished she hadn't as the whole world started to spin. She had a raging headache caused by the bash on her head, which had also given her a rather large cut, -which didn't bother her too much, she'd had worse and anyway it would heal really quickly-, what bothered her was that the resulting blood had caused her hair to become matted and tangled, it would be a nightmare to try and get the knots out. Jay shook off the dizziness and tried to stand but was only rewarded with a wave of nausea; she slumped back against the wall with a groan. Where the hell was she? When she concentrated, she was sure that the room was in motion and that it was slightly more difficult to breathe than it should have been. Maybe she was on a plane or something, either way, she needed to get out, but, she figured, that probably wasn't happening anytime soon.
After a few minutes sitting in the dim light, A door was flung open on the far side of the room revealing the
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Jay opened her eyes and sat up, only to find that it was virtually impossible to see anything. All that she could make out in the dim light were what looked like lots of boxes and heaps of junk piled around the room. Jay tried to remember where she was, or even how she got here, but nothing came to mind, everything was blank, all she knew for certain was that she had never seen this place-or anything even remotely like it- in her life.
She stood up and cautiously started to make her way to what looked like a window. Well there was a sliver of light coming from there anyway, and that was good enough. In the near darkness, Jay tried to navigate her way through the room without bashing into anything, not that it did any good.
After nearly toppling over 3 of the precariously stacked piles and knocking her elbow rather badly on what appeared to be an umbrella stand, Jay managed to fling open the heavy curtains and was momentarily blinded by the bright light that came streaming
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