Why's the rum gone?After leaving Aura's gift, along with a tied up Dante, at the house Jack decided to take a look around this small town; mainly to see if there was anything worth pillaging. So far, there was nothing that caught his eyes and he headed to the mall, not exactly sure what it was and figured maybe there would be something inside worth taking. Unfortunately, once he was inside he was immediately disappointed.Why's the rum gone? by furyanwolf13
But there was something that caught his interest. Something that he loved more than gold and plundering. A small tavern in the center of the mall near the food court. And a tavern always meant one thing. Rum. Jack quickly made his way over to the pub, hoping on a stool and slapping his hand down on the wooden table.
"Oi! Is there a bloody bartender here?" he asked quite loudly, eager to get a nice big bottle of rum.
No sooner had he said that did the bartender appear, opening a door that led to the back and closing it before walking up to where Jack was sitting at. "Sorry for keeping yo
Stopping byDante was smiling as he walked down the sidewalk, heading to see Aura and ask her if she wanted to go out tonight since today was the day before the competition. He was excited about being in the competition and eager to fight, mainly for fun of course. Tonight he just wanted to spend time with his lovely mate before having to fight against her tomorrow.Stopping by by furyanwolf13
As soon as he rounded the corner, only a few feet from the house, Dante saw a tall black male werewolf dressed as a pirate, standing in front of the door ready to knock. Then the door opened and some words were exchanged before he was pulled inside, the door being slammed shut. It made Dante worry and feel slightly angered seeing that male being pulled inside so hurriedly.
Suddenly he heard muffled shouting coming from inside before everything went quiet. Then in a few minutes Aura rushed out the door, running down the sidewalk away from where Dante was standing. At this point, a million scenarios were playing in Dante's mind, none of