There once lived two bunnies in the great magical forest where all animals had a conscious and could speak to one another. These two bunnies were the bestest of friends. Thier names were Ony and Tufer. Tufer lived a sad existence, his father ran away when he was a baby and one day while he was nursing, a lawnmower plowed over his burrow and killed his mother and his siblings. Cold and hungry, he stumbled out and was found by the culprit. The kind farmer raised him as his own and when Tufer was strong enough, he let him go. This was when he met Ony, a nice, rather outgoing bunny. Ony sometimes went a little crazy with the other bunnies and would forget about Tufer, but Tufer was always there waiting for her return because he never wanted anything to happen to his friend. Tufer knew what it was like to feel alone and never wanted his best friend to feel what he had so thats why he hung around even when she forgot about him. Ony realized what a friend she had in Tufer and thanked him.
A year passed by and Tufer was really down from the death of the farmer during the war. A war a broke out in the magic forest because the Nazis had started their conquest of Poland and the farmer was killed when he went to the market that day to sell his vegetables. You see this is how Tufer and Ony stayed fed was because the farmer allowed them to come eat his special carrots that he had planted for them. Now that he was gone, the son took over the farm and hated the bunnies because he thought all they did was add extra expense. Tufer sat in his burrow and shed silent tears for his fallen surrogate father when Ony came in. "What is your problem Tufer? You have been sitting around and being a little bitch a lot lately." Tufer looked at her with his ears swept back. Tufer knew that the reason the farmer had went to the market that day was to get some more special carrots from the soothsayers and he felt responsible. "Ony, you could never understand," Tufer looked at her, feeling extremely hurt that she didn't even care about what he was feeling. Tufer ran outside into the storm that was brewing outside. Ony just looked at him in silence, then decided to lay on his bed and go to sleep and wait for him to come back.
Tufer went to the Doom Mountain and looked across the land. He saw the robots working in the coal mines as they did every day, he saw the phoenix fly above and crash into the sun, the frogs making love. He saw this and screamed, "DON'T YOU PEOPLE REALIZE WHAT HAS HAPPENED!!! A MAN DIED SO THAT YOU MAY ALL LIVE!!! THE FARMER DIED FIGHTING THE NAZIS WITH HIS BARE HANDS TO PROTECT US!!!" No one would know the valiant efforts of the farmer. Tufer finally decided to return back to his burrow. He saw Ony asleep in his bed, so he decided to lay on the floor instead. Ony woke up and insisted he lay next to her. Confused he lay next to her. She looked at him misty eyed, "I miss the farmer too..." She then held Tufer and their ears twisted together.
The next morning, Tufer awoke to Ony screaming, "Oh Odin! What did I do?!" and ran out of Tufer's burrow. Tufer tried to chase after her but she only screamed, "Get away from me!!!" Tufer confused stopped in his tracks. What happened that she was so upset about. All he knew was that he fell asleep last night. Nothing happened. The noise of the wyverns flying by startled him for a second and he decided it was nothing and went back inside his burrow. He thought for months what went wrong and why he couldn't find Ony. He ventured out into the great moors and found the Wendigo. He asked the Wendigo about the situation and the Wendigo said "The Great Windmill blows winds that form hurricanes. The blood spewed forth with condemn or save us. You are the catalyst of reality, once you realize the true meaning of the word, only then will you understand." Tufer was confused by this but figured what the Wendigo meant to say was let things ride out their course. Tufer went back to his burrow after having lunch with the Bumblebee he met along the way home. It was the best honey he had ever had.
When Tufer arrived at his burrow, he saw Ony there. She explained to him how she was sorry what happened and explained to him that she has a litter inside of her as they speak. She has been worried about how she was going to feed the little ones and took it out on Tufer. This was all a shock to Tufer because he didn't even know she was pregnant. She then explained the plan she figured out about how to get carrots from the farmer's son. He agreed to the plan even though it would be dangerous.
They set out the next day to get the carrots of freedom. When they finally arrived, Tufer drew a map into the sand and they preceded with the mission. Tufer bolted in and made sure the coast was clear. Ony followed him. Tufer pulled up the carrots as Ony held the bag open. After they had filled the bag. Tufer looked at Ony and gave her a smile and a pat on the shoulder, "Everything will be fine now friend." A shadow appeared behind Tufer and the singing of a blade was heard in the sky. An axe came crashing down into Tufer, splitting his skull in half as his life fluid splashed onto Ony's face. She looked at him and said, "I know...now you will know sadness no more...." Tufer's body lay limp and covered in blood, bits of brains and skull lay around him. The shadow picked up Tufer's body and set it on fire and tossed him aside. "Thank you son of farmer," Ony said. The farmer's son looked at her, "Hey, it was all apart of the deal, you can have all the food you want, I just got to kill that little bastard for ruining my father's life." Ony stared at the flaming corpse for a second emotionless and walked away.
Ony returned to her burrow and shut the door and locked it. She did it, she fed her potential children, and got rid of that annoying Tufer that had been following her around. In her moment of bliss, she failed to see the four sets of glowing red eyes watching her in the shadows. Teeth gleaming, the werewolves made themselves known by howling and blocking the door. Ony shivered and cried out for someone to save her. Little did she know there would be nobody there...atleast not fast enough. The claws ripped through her stomach and the werewolves were delighted to see the bight sized morsels hidden inside of her. Ony screamed in pain and for her children. The werewolves laughed as they held her head and cut her eye lids open to see the horror of the forth monster feasting. After they were finished, they turned their attention to Ony. Laughing, they pulled off her ears. She was barely alive at this point. Everything was blurry and red. All she saw was a light, it was Tufer. Was he here to save her? Really it was just the reflection off of the wolves teeth. One final bite ended her hellish night.
Karma is a bitch.
Chapter 2: Tufer Rising
Hot. My flesh…it’s burning,” Tufer thought to himself. Then he rolled out of the fire he was laying in. He picked himself up at looked at his surroundings. “Where am I? This isn’t the forest,” he said to himself. The sky was a crimson color. The grass below him was golden and the dirt beneath was a bright red. The sun above was black. Tufer just accepted it as fact and progressed foreward. His throat was parched and was glad when he came to a pool of water not far from his starting location. He knelt down on all fours so he could get a drink when he noticed the reflection. What he saw was a creature with a vague resemblence to himself. The creature had the features of a bunny, but not entirely. The creature’s skull was exposed and had little to no flesh on the skull. The rest of the body was clothed in fur but charred. A split was in the middle of the skull to reveal the gray matter inside. Tufer ran his fingers inside his open wound astounded that he felt no pain. This was really him. “Am….am I in hell?” he said to himself.
“Not quiet,” a soft spoken voice said from behind him. The voice startled Tufer and he fell into the pool of water. He sank to the bottom. He was scared of drowning at first but realized he didn’t need to breathe so he hid because he was afraid of whatever was out there. He looked ahead and saw the strangest thing he had ever seen. I mean it was pretty messed up because seriously think about what Tufer was used to. Indeed it was so messed up that when anyone tries to tell what he saw, the words explode and destroy small nations. Tufer, realizing that thing was more terrifying than the voice, decided to head to the surface. When he was halfway to the top, a hand grasp him and pulled him out.
“Are you all right?!” the same voice that was attached to the hand asked. “I should be fine,” Tufer replied to the monster in front of him. The creature in front of him was a full shadow. Looked as if he could stad 9 feet tall if he stood up straight, but he stood in a crouched posture. He hands had long claws for fingers, eight spines pertrude from his back, and eight red glowing eyes on the head, massive sharp teeth line his mouth. Basically a creature nightmares are made of. The demon held out its hand to Tufer, “My name is Apollyon, what is yours?” Tufer wary of the creature shook his hand, “Tufer’s the name.” Apollyon jumped back with a shocked expression, “So it is you! I must tell Abbadon! Come, follow!” Before Tufer could respond, Apollyon grabbed him and the spines wrapped around Tufer to hold him in place. “Hold on,” Apollyon told Tufer as his body transformed into some sort of infernal motorcycle.
After the initial shock of what happened, Tufer decided to ask Apollyon where he was. “Well ya see,” Apollyon started, “this isn’t quiet Hell…not quiet Heaven…not even Purgatory. See the afterlife is kinda seperated into different planes of existence, or planets if you will, whatever makes sense to you. Humans that got it right in life go to Paradise, Heaven, what have you and the serial killers, clowns, and bank robbers go to Hell right? And if you’re Catholic you go to Purgatory and wait in line for eternity. Well…” Apollyon thought for a minute,” this is what they call Sheol; it’s for creatures like you and I that don’t belong anywhere in the afterlife. We are not supposed to have souls, but through some sort of enigma we do, and this is where we go…I know, kinda hard to grasp at first but you get used to it.” Tufer just once again accepted it as fact and moved on.
Tufer noticed in the distance a giant obelisk with four spinning blades on the sides, he noted its existence for future reference. “Alright bro, we are here,” at that moment Apollyon hit a pothole and flung Tufer into a tree, impaling him on a branch. “Be careful with him!” a deep voice rang out. A giant hand grabbed Tufer off the tree and Tufer looked down at the hole in his stomach and noticed it seal shut. “Great thing about being dead aye?” the giant in front of Tufer said. It had the stature of a tall man but made of muscle and bone, his face was a spiked skull, almost like the helmets gladiators wore. “Pleased to meet you, Great Bunny, I am Abbadon,” the giant flesh man said to Tufer, sitting him on his shoulder. “Why did you call me that?” Tufer wondered. “Wendigo told us of your coming, you are meant for great things friend,” Abbadon replied. “Who…who are you guys?” Tufer inquired. “We are the beings in charge of protecting Sheol from invaders…yeah some idiots actually try to invade this place. Makes a lot of sense I am sure…but ya know I get tired of this job…” Apollyon went on and Tufer’s mind wandered.
Tufer had forgotten about Ony in all the recent chaos. “ONY! What happened to Ony?! Did she escape?!” The two demons stared at each other for a moment, “You will know in due time what happened, friend, just know that she did escape.” Abbadon said softly. “You need rest now,” Apollyon said transforming himself into a bed. “I don’t know if I’m comfortable with that,” Tufer tried to fight back but the spines grabbed him and somehow soothed him into sleep.
Tufer awoke to see the ground moving beneath him at a high speed. He looked up and saw a harpy carrying him. It screamed at him and he passed out. He woke again to see his arms outstretched on a tree, crucified. He felt no pain so he wondered what the point was. He struggled but couldn’t move because of the railroad spikes in his arms and legs. With blurry eyes he saw a group of imps dancing around him and another tree in front of him. He strained and saw another one like himself strung to a tree. Ony! It was ONY! He saw the imps getting close to her and poked her with their giant sporks. “Get away from her NOW! I will destroy you!” Tufer struggled even harder than before. “Tufer!” a familiar voice rang out, “Tufer is that you! Please help me Tufer!” “It’s ok Ony! I am here for you, everything will be ok now! You are safe with me!” Tufer yelled as he managed to free one arm. At that moment a flaming sword fell from the sky and exploded when it hit the ground, killing most of the imps. Tufer saw two figures he recognized. “Did you think we forgot about you friend?” a booming voice rattled. “Abbadon, save Ony, I’ll be fine!” he yelled as he pulled free from the nails. Apollyon’s arms seemed to transform into guns and blasted the remaining imps around. Abaddon returned holding what was left of Ony’s body. Tufer cried and held Ony close, “Ony…what happened to you…I’m so sorry I couldn’t protect you…forgive me…forgive me,” he buried his face into her shoulder. She touched his face, “It’s ok Tufer…it’s ok…” “Don’t look at me, I am a monster now,” Tufer said, hiding his face. “No…look at me, I am sorry for what I did to you…I did this to you…” Ony said tearing up. “No, it’s not your fault, I will avenge our deaths. I will find a way to get back to the forest and destroy the farmer’s son for doing this to us…” “You don’t understand, Tufer…….”
“You used me?!” Tufer yelled angrily at her. “I would have gladly given my life for you…AND I DID! AND ALL THIS FOR NOTHING! You used me just to get by, you needed me out of the way so you could get all the carrots for yourself…even made a deal with the farmer’s son for your own gain! How….how could you?! I cared for you more than you would know! And this is how you repay me?!” Tufer turned and crouched down, hiding his tears and emotion. He looked up for a second and noticed the same black obelisk in front of him with the four blades. This where Tufer died.
“Tufer, I’m so sorry, please forgive me.” Ony screamed through tears. The bunny with the skull face turned to Ony and was silent for a moment before saying, “No…you are sorry for getting caught.” He turned around to walk away but stopped for a moment, “I am sorry I ever interfered in your life. Hopefully in a future life things could be different, if I can ever escape this afterlife, I will come back for you in the future and we can go about our separate ways. But until then…enjoy your stay,” he said. He then turned to Abaddon and Apollyon and nodded. The three of them left Ony and made their way towards the monolith in front of them.
“Yes, friend, this is the Great Windmill, it can send your soul back to the physical plane, but it requires a catalyst,” Abadon looked forward. “I will,” Apollyon stepped forward,” I hate this place, any sort of adventure will be a nice change.” Abaddon rested his giant hand on Apollyon’s shoulder, “Are you sure brother?” “Ofcourse bro! Come on Tufer!” Abaddon looked to the bunny and held out his sword, “Here take this, The Flame Sword of Truth, may it guide you,” the bunny took it and nodded, “And don’t worry, I will look after the girl. Now go, your destiny awaits you.”
The bunny and the demon made their way on top of the monolith. When they got to the top there was an old fish standing next to two pods. “Going to the physical realm are ye?” said the gezer. The rabbit nodded and made his way to the pod. The demon followed into the other pod. “Blood moon rise! The demon and the rodent become one! Now, for the future, souls join!” A flash of light and they were gone.
The farmer’s son looked at the fire he started and started to make his way back to the house. An explosion occurred and knocked him back. He saw a creature standing in front of him on top of the burning carcass of the bunny. The creature was solid black with red tribal markings covering his fur, floppy ears hung on his head, stood about 7 foot, claws on his massive hands, a massive tail swayed behind him. The beast beat his chest and let out a massive roar. It looked down at its own body and smiled a grim smile and laughed an evil laugh. It then focused its attention to the farmer. “I am reborn! And now I shall have my revenge on my killer!” The farmer now lay in a puddle of his own urine, “Who…are you?” The demon laughed, “I am the destroyer, the harbinger of destruction, I am death incarnate, I am the rabbit you killed! I AM THE DEATH BUNNY!”
Chapter 3: Tufer's Revenge
The farmer's son crawled backwards frantically to escape the demon that stand in front of him. He was indeed too slow. The Death Bunny stepped on his chest, digging his claws into his flesh, and smiled, baring his fangs. Death looked to the side and noticed the weapon of his demise and wielded it. "No please! Oh Odin no! Please don't kill me! I'll do anything!" the farmer's son cried. The creature formerly known as Tufer laughed and held the axe high in the air. Without hesitation, Death Bunny brought the axe down, but stopped inches from the farmer's face and a massive fart was heard throughout the land. "No," said the Death Bunny in a sadistic tone, "this is too easy for you...I am going to enjoy this." Death flipped the axe to the blunt side and hit the farmer with all his might, knocking him unconscious. The Death Bunny stood over the body for a second and looked down noticing that he was naked and his junk was hanging in the wind. "I thought I felt a breeze. I bet this bastard has something I can cover myself up with," he thought to himself as he drug the farmer's son back to the cottage.
Leaving the farmer's son in the shed, he made his way to the sleeping quarters. He kicked open the door and was ready if anyone lay sleeping inside. It was empty. He made his way to the dresser and rummaged through it. "What the hell?!" he thought to himself, nothing but women's clothes. He opened up the closet, same thing. It seemed that the farmer's son was a transvestite. "I guess this'll have to do for now," Death Bunny said as he picked up a black skirt, he tattered the end to make it look more epic. "Well that covers my junk effectively, but still not as epic as I hoped," at that moment he noticed the bright red sheets on the bed. He grabbed them and made a cloak and cape out of the sheets. "Now that's what I'm talking about. Now that I look like some sort of twisted super hero, I need a symbol." he thought for a minute and had an idea. With his claw he scratched a picture of a skull with floppy bunny ears into his chest, leaving a scar. Yes, a scar. He climbed on top of the farmer's house and stood victoriously. The wind blew violently and lighting struck a deer behind him. "This is my land now! All shall know my wrath BWAHAAHAAHAAA!!!"
Darkness, all he could see was darkness. The farmer's son grasped the earth beneath his hands and crawled forward frantically. "Where am I?" the man thought to himself. He tried not to panic, but it is kind of hard not to when a demon from the gates of Hades comes seeking revenge. "The shed," he thought. His eyes adjusted and saw the door. He made his way to the door. That instant the door burst open, knocking the farmer back against the wall behind him. "Thought you would be escaping, my dearest friend?" the figure inquired. Death walked towards the screaming man. "Oh calm down, at least die like a man even though you don't want to be!" The man made a fighting effort and threw a punch at the creature. The man's hand went aflame and landed on the floor beside them before it could connect. The bunny held a flaming sword at his side, "I give you an D for dumbass! Ha!" The man cried out and looked at his severed limb. "Don't worry about that," The Death Bunny said picking up the hand, "hold still you idiot." Using his otherworldly powers, he reattached the hand to the farmer's arm. "There good as new!" The farmer's son was amazed at such a power and looked at the bunny with a mixture of thankfulness and fear. "Please forgive me! She made me kill you! Please, I didn't know!" One blow silenced the pathetic shell of a man.
The Death Bunny looked around and tools available to him in the shed. Meat hooks dangle from the rafters, random assortment of sharp objects adorn the walls, a fireplace in the corner, all good for what plans he had. He grabbed the unconscious man and held him by the throat. He walked over to where the meat hooks were. He dropped the man below the hooks and with his other hand grabbed one of the hooks. With the precision of a surgeon he shoved the hook underneath the man's collarbone next to his left shoulder blade. The blood poured from the wound and the bunny laughed. The man awoke and screamed. "G'mornin' honey," Death taunted, doing the same with the next hook, except on the opposite side. More life fluid came forth. Death put his claws in the crimson river. He was drawn to it. The man cried and screamed for mercy. "SHUT UP!" the creature screamed, back handing the man. "What is this?" Death said as he pressed his face up against the blood. With his black tongue he licked the fluid. He felt a surge of power go through his body. He had never felt greater! He jumped back and looked at the broken man, kneeling on the ground, crying and covered in blood. A wicked grin across Death's face meant the real fun was about to start.
He hoisted the man in the air and secured the other end of the chains to keep him up. The victim screamed out again. "That's it..." Death thought. He grabbed the top of the man's head and pulled back, with his other hand he gripped the lower jaw. With extreme force he pulled down. A snap was heard, the jaw dangled from the skull. The man continued to make noise. "Stop it!" Death Bunny screamed. He shoved his hand into what was left of the mouth and gripped the base of the tongue and pulled it out. He laughed maniacally as he did so. The dark energy flowed through his veins, the blood empowered him. He didn't understand why he was getting stronger by the minute, with every drop of hemoglobin that touched him, but he didn't care either, this was fun.
After we drained the tongue of all its nutrients he turned back to the weeping man. He noticed a machete on the wall and grabbed it before walking back to the man. Without hesitation he wailed on the man's right leg repeatedly. The tears flowed from the man's eyes, as he thought of all that he was leaving behind, his wife and children. Luckily they had went to the festival that was in town, and they would not be victim to the punishment of his sins. "Wait, how did I know this?" Death thought stopping his assault for a minute. He thought about the horrible things he had just committed. This man had a family. And this all for what...revenge? Tufer would never stoop as low as this...Death smiled again, "But I'm not Tufer." One more swipe with the machete finished the leg off. He could feel the life force run out of the man. "No! It's too soon!"
He released some of his energy into the man, effectively keeping him alive until he was pleased. Bunny looked around for something else to play with and found a iron spike that was sitting in the fire. He grabbed it and stabbed the man down his spine repeatedly. This gave the bunny an idea. He walked outside for a moment.
"Why is he doing this to me," the man thought, "I'm not that bad of a person, I go to tabernacle every week? Why has Odin forsaken me this day?"
Death flew back inside and stopped in front of the dangling meat sack. "I have a surprise for your family when they get back." He took a giant claw and placed it at one side of the man stomach and penetrated the skin. He slid his claw to the other side, the man's entrails fell forth out of the wound. Death unhooked the bloody shell of a man and put him on the floor. "Now, let it be known that I will not kill you. I have given you enough of my power that you will be immortal. The only thing that can kill you is if your children take this axe and split your skull. I know this axe is heavy and your children are small...so how are they gonna do it. I don't know...makes no difference to me BWAHAAHAAHAAAA!!!" He picked up the man and carried him outside. Two poles lay in the ground in front of them. The Death Bunny dropped the man on the ground. Ironically enough, he dropped him on an ant bed. The ants were pissed and called forth their greatest champion, Fooglsnort, and sent him inside the exposed bowls. Fooglsnort stayed an eternity in the man's stomach. The ants bit the man's face relentlessly. Death Bunny laughed and high fived the ants.
Death grabbed one of the poles and outstretched the man's hands. He inserted one end of the spike into the man's palms and drove it to where it was exposed out of the other palm, effectively keeping his hands straight out. He then took the torso of the man and slid the other pole up his spine. The man hung like a meat filled scarecrow. Death smiled at what he had done. It was good.
Chapter 4: The Call of The Wild Tufer
He had avenged his death. Tufer never felt this much joy in life, only now in the afterlife. What we he do now though. Death had know clue. He made his way back to the killing shed to gather his thoughts.
The bloody chains still dangle from the ceiling. Tufer thought for a moment and grabbed the chains. He felt a strange sensation pulse through his body at that very moment and the chains disappeared inside of him. "Heh, I love Deus Ex Machina, heh heh," Death said when he realized he had just stored the hook and chains inside of his body.
It hit him like a brick. If he had reincarnated just after he was killed, couldn't he catch the ones who killed Ony and possibly prevent her death? He bolted outside and howled as loud as he could. A raptor charged out of the woods and to Tufer's feet and bowed. "Once again...my super powers are awesome!"
When Tufer touched the raptor, it changed. Its coloring turned from green to black with red stripes. Horns grew upon its face, and its teeth grew sharper. The eyes turned from yellow to red. He liked the effect he had on others. Tufer climbed on top of the raptor and he rode. Tufer rode as fast as the raptor could take him. He rode through space and time towards Ony's burrow. He thought to himself, "Why am I going to her aid, after the hell she has put me through." He didn't understand, but he was drawn to her. Some unknown force pulled his body to her. He could only obey because he fully did not understand his greater purpose for the moment.
He could see about ten werewolves standing outside of Ony's burrow. No telling how many were inside. He started to formulate a plan, then decided plans were stupid and to just kill as many of them he could. The Death Bunny stood all small distance from the wolves and held his hands out in front of him. Using his power he summoned forth the chains he absorbed. One out of each hand shot forth and into a straggling werewolf. The hooks penetrated the body just underneath the shoulders, blood flowed. "Get over here!" Tufer yelled and laughed to himself as he pulled the monster towards him. He timed his movements perfectly and jumped just as the wolf was underneath him, landing on it's shoulders. Tufer retracted the chains back into his body and gripped underneath the werewolf's chin and pulled upwards. The bones cracks and the wolf wimpered. "Quit cryin' ya big baby!" Tufer yelled with one final jerk, tearing the head clean from the body. He leaped towards the rest of the pack, throwing the head at one of his victims. The wolf had no time to react before Tufer had his hand in the wolf's chest. He pulled pack and revealed the heart to the werewolf. "Fatality!" Tufer screamed victoriously in the wolf's face. The Death Bunny took a giant bite out of the heart and began to eat it in front of the other wolves as the previously killed body fell to the ground. The wolves stared in shock and fear of this creature that had already killed two of their own without even trying. After devouring the heart, a surge of dark energy filled Tufer. He knew it. Evil made him stronger. The wolves closed in on Tufer, he didn't flinch. In fact, he held out his hand to shake. "It seems to me that we got off on the wrong foot friend," the wolf quizzically looked at him and confused, gripped his hand. What the wolf didn't notice was Tufer's other hand extended behind him. The Death Bunny called forth the Flaming Sword of Fire and sliced the fiend in front of him across the chest. Right in two. The blood spewed onto Tufer, giving him even more power. He spun around and looked at the remaining six. They finally decided that Tufer was a threat and commenced their attack. Laugh maniacally, Tufer leaped high into the air, sword in hand, and came crashing down into another unsuspecting foe, splitting his skull in two. Still laughing, he ran to the next victim and put his claws into the wolf's lower abdomen, and ripped his torso from his legs. The red mist bathed Tufer. He was drunk with power now. A werewolf slipped in behind Tufer and gripped his tail. Surprised, Tufer was taken to the ground by the other three. They were on top of him now. Tearing at his flesh. He was still laughing. They didn't realize how soon they would die for they were right where he wanted them. He lunged at the one closest to his face and latched onto his throat with his teeth. Sunk his teeth as far as he could into the fiends neck, and ripped a chunk out. Tufer grabbed the back of other two's heads and smashed them together, creating a loud clap because his hands hit together from the force. The Death Bunny stood, covered in crimson, laughing. The wolf with his hand on his throat cried out to Odin. Death reached inside of his throat and made scrambled eggs out of his insides. That left one last wolf standing in front of him.
Shaking and peeing all over himself, the wolf told Tufer about the other four Alpha Males inside the burrow killing the rabbit they had been stalking for awhile. Tufer held the wolf against a tree by the throat. "Please don't kill me, I'll do anything! Hey I'll be your sidekick even heh, just please don't kill me." Death thought about it for a second, then realized what was wrong with him. He smashed the wolf against the tree until there was nothing left but red, mushy, fur. Still laughing, he absorbed all of the dark energy around him as black electricity gathered around him. Tufer enjoyed this. He enjoyed killing evil creatures and beings. He loved the dark energy he gathered. He loved the power he felt. He loved being the Harbinger of Death. His whole life he searched for purpose, and now he knew. He knew that he was given this power to destroy all that's wrong with the world. But his job wasn't done here, no not yet. Not until all of the wolves were killed, and four more still resided inside of the burrow.
Tufer kicked open the door and stood holding the Flaming Sword of Truth. "Tufer!" a familiar voice shouted, followed by the sound of gnashing teeth. The biggest wolf of them all turned and looked at Tufer with a bunny carcass in his mouth. Tufer's mind snapped. All the joy he had felt instantly turned into fury. At that exact moment, he also realized why he had went to Ony's aid. Not that he necessarily felt that she needed to be avenged. The babies. The babies needed saving, every living creature deserves a chance at life. And these monsters took that away from them. The injustice inflicted upon those that couldn't even fight back is what drove Tufer come here. "YOU BASTARDS!!!" Tufer yelled. Without thinking, he struck down the wolf closest to him, cutting him to shreds. The crimson energy filled Tufer. Everything went black. Tufer now was neither himself nor Apollyon, something awakened inside of him. His body grew three times it size. The cape he wore melded with his skin and spines shot out his back in a row. His ears grew into long, sharp horns. His tail grew straighter and a blade grew from the tip. Jagged, razor sharp teeth jutted forth from his mouth. Bones creating blades came out of the top of his hands. The Death Bunny let out a massive roar that shook the burrow.
The werewolves realized they had messed up and bolted out the front door and tried to get as far away as they could. The giant demon burst forth from the burrow and charged after the fleeing victims. He caught the first one and crushed him beneath his weight. The second one didn't get far either. The tail impaled the wolf and was hoisted high in the air. The demon roared another massive roar and ate the wolf in one bite. The last alpha male was in the distance, surely far enough away. The monster leaped into the air and wings sprouted from his back and flew in the direction of the last alpha male. With a monstrous thud, the demon landed in front of his last victim. His giant red eyes stared deep within the soul of the alpha male. Tears formed as the demon breathed a blood filled breath unto the wolf. The wolf, standing his ground, was prepared to fight. To bad for him, so was the demon. In an instant, the wolf felt his body begin to tear itself apart. He looked around and noticed all of the tendrils from the demons back, inside of him. Piece by agonizing piece, he was ripped apart. The demon made sure he was alive long enough to feel the maximum amount of pain one can experience before death. After the werewolves were dead, the giant demon let out a mixture of a cry and a roar and exploded in a mass of dark energy. Blackness.
Tufer came too back in front of the burrow. He saw the bodies around him, and remembered everything, but not being able to control himself. It didn't really bother him though. He walked inside of the burrow and found Ony's lifeless, headless body. He picked it up and brought it outside. He made a small grave for her and her children. PFFFFSSSSHHHH...Tufer felt a tearing inside of his head, it started at his left temple and ended at his right. He fell to the ground still conscience, but couldn't move. "Was I just shot?" He blacked out.
He awoke to another giant wolf standing in front of him. This one was different though. It stood more straight, not hunched over like the rest of them. Also it was muscular and wore clothing. A black T-shirt with a skull, camo pants, and an eye patch. He was also smoking a cigar. A sniper rifle was in his hands. The wolf grunted and had a disgusted look on his face, "Wendigo was right....you do have the potential..." Being fully regenerated but still weak, Tufer raised himself up, "Who the hell are you supposed to be?" The wolf turned and started to walk off. "Hey, back the fun bus hell up!" Tufer screamed as he threw a punch at the potential enemy. Without much effort, the wolf grabbed Tufer's fist and twisted it around. He looked at Tufer in the eyes, "Me and you aren't so different, but for now, back off before you get killed..." He slammed Tufer on the ground. "Dammit..." Tufer mumbled as he could barely pick himself up. "Garou...." The wolf said before he disappeared into the forest. "Wendigo....better go talk to him....I'm just...gonna rest my eyes a bit first...." Tufer slept for the first time in 4 days.
Chapter 4.5: Tufer Gaiden, Garou Part 1
A grizzled soldier stood perched on a rock holding binoculars.
"Wolf...Wolf...do you copy?"
"Loud and clear Overlord, I'm positioned above the Nazi encampment now. Looks that there is 15 to 20. Orders?"
"Orders received, will break radio silence upon mission completion."
The binoculars covered the fact that he only used one eye and covered the other with an eye-patch. He wasn't missing an eye, though. He wore one at all times so he could keep his right eye permanently adjusted to darkness for when night falls. He put the binoculars in his tactical vest and gripped the sniper rifle behind him and brought it to his front. He picked his first target. Easy kill. He lined up his shot, squeezed the trigger, PFFFSSSHHHTTT. One down. Now they were in complete disarray. Shooting in all directions. Not a single one knew Wolf's position. Even if they were to have checked the rock he was perched on, he's not there now. He slipped behind one victim and slit his throat with his combat knife. The soldiers finally realized who their enemy was and fired at Wolf. He grabbed one of the fallen Nazis MP40s and swept controlled bursts in front of him, effectively ridding him of at-least half of the platoon.
Amidst all the chaos, Wolf failed to see the soldiers slipping in behind him. The one in the lead shoved the barrel of his gun into Wolf's skull, "Festzulegen, wenn Sie nicht möchten, dass die!!!" Wolf dropped his weapon and fell to his knees, he smiled. Right were he wanted them.