Excerpt from “The Moor, The Mason And The Alien Part 2: A Vril Manifesto”


Excerpt from “The Moor, The Mason And The Alien Part 2: A Vril Manifesto”
Word count: 15,569 / Target: 80,000
“Well, son of a bitch,” he said as he nodded his head with a snarky grin. Stopping dead in his tracks, he knew he needed to reevaluate the apparent scenario. “Look at this hot mess. Four against one? Let’s see, we have the Stigma, the Spawn, the Swastika… and his Slut.” Deliberately pointing at each one of them with his trademark New York sarcasm, he intentionally aimed the last part of that comment at the ringleader, Sexism. “It’s so charming to see the four of you sticking together.” Looking around, the Archer realized that under the circumstances everyone else was occupied. It seemed that even the Crone’s future doppelgänger, who apparently saw what was about to go down, could not get to him in time. “Looks like someone is playing dirty pool today,” he said quickly turning his full attention back to the assassin. With a twisted and sadistic smile, Xenophobia suddenly unveiled a rather menacing bladed weapon from within his shrouded visage, the notorious Drákōnsbane of the Ulfhédinn. “And all this for little ol’ me.” Preparing himself for what would come next, the Archer raised the fiery Vitǎrøkkr against the four of them. “Your corporate masters must be getting really friggin’ desperate.” Sensing the other three closing in around him, the Son of the Mother felt the blood of the ancients erupt in his veins. “No matter how this goes down, I’m taking all four of you bastards with me. Gaia sends her regards.” Like cannibals salivating on the scent of human flesh, they all came at him at once.
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