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Creative Writing: The Aftermath Essay

735 words - 3 pages

HE PAST;

In days gone by, the four species managed to live in perfect harmony. Witches, werewolves and vampires lived in secret, blending in with the humans on a daily basis - and the humans remained completely in the dark about their existence. It was after thousands of years of living this way, whilst everything was completely normal, that a small group of vampires decided that they’d had enough. They spent months devising plans. They constructed great ideas of ways to overthrow the human rule, to achieve the true power that they felt they deserved. Most of the witches stayed far away from the plotting, whereas the wolves threw themselves right into the centre of it and the humans ...view middle of the document...

The witches stayed far out of their fights, keeping to themselves and using their own power for the greater good, to help the people who really needed it. Collectively, the vampires and wolves saw this as a betrayal, that the witches would rather have a place with the humans than anyone else and another deep rooted hatred sprung up – which ended in the devastating loss of many covens, only a few of whom remain.

The wolves and vampires warred with each other for months, old loyalties breaking apart, those who were once friends murdering each other, for no reason other than their own greed getting the better of them. A huge amount of both populations were wiped out, leaving many wolves without pakcs and many vampires covenless. The warring only came to an end when the Council stepped in – a completely anonymous organisation who somehow managed to take complete control from the vampires and the wolves, relying solely on their ability to remain in the shadows – both as a way of protection and a way of watching everything that is going on around them.

THE PRESENT;

A year has passed since the wars and...

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