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On a cold dark day, the winds howl and the forest trembles as a young teenaged pilgrim hunter named Melissa Anderson walks through the woods. She is searching for demonic pilgrims who believe they can obtain salvation from God. She believes evil people will never change and they don’t deserve any second chances. Her belief comes from her mother, Mary Anderson’s murder. Her mother who was a pilgrim hunter, but she fell in love with a demon pilgrim, Melissa’s father, Henry Anderson. One day her father nearly kills her and her mother, but her mother surprisingly gives her husband a second chance to be with her and Melissa. When Melissa turned eleven years old, her father murdered her mother in cold blood in front of her. The police came to their house and they found Melissa covered in blood, but they couldn’t find her father anywhere. They placed her under custody which led the organization, Protection of Civilization from Demonic Pilgrims to make a deal about her joining the organization so she can avenge her mother’s death. Before her mother died, she wrote a letter to the Protection of Civilization from Demonic Pilgrims to train her daughter, Melissa, in the arts of killing demonic pilgrims because she knew one day she was going to die and she didn't’ want her daughter be left unprotected. They followed her wishes and they trained Melissa in Jerusalem, Palestine until she became sixteen which is the age where pilgrim hunters go to hunt in reality.
She wipes out any demonic pilgrim who appear before her. She is one of the best pilgrim hunters and she can kill demonic pilgrims on a perpetual pilgrimage who are the strongest and dangerous pilgrims in the world. She is capable of killing other pilgrims on complustory and judicial pilgrimages, but she gets bored because they die too easily. She believes she can anything by herself and she kills with no misery. She stays near Santiago De Compostela, Spain, Rome, Italy, and Jerusalem, Palestine because they are the most popular pilgrim locations in the world. Every day she learns more about their forms of transportation through these countries. She hides in the bushes or tree branches waiting for demonic pilgrims on the roads and she hides underwater to ambush the ships carrying the pilgrims. She interrogates the guides who seek to help the demonic pilgrims on their journey to salvation from God. Sometimes she disguises herself as a demonic...

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