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Bain is a mystic wolf with no memory of who she is nor how she got to West Minister-field. But when a talking wolf and a sexy stranger appear with knowledge of who she is and a psychotic woman after her it seems they are the better option. But who exactly is Ty and why does he make her heart shudder with regret and love. Who is she that she feels complete and incomplete at the same time? And why is it her job to protect the earth from disaster? View table of contents...

Submitted:Jul 20, 2012    Reads: 166    Comments: 1    Likes: 3   

Bain watched Ty as he retreated to the tent and returned holding out one of her shirts and a pair of her jeans. She dressed quickly and waited for him to complete his change in the tent. "Is he going to be okay?" Kimi asked as she entered the clearing where Bain and Ty were camped. Bain looked over and listened hearing Ty's grunts of pain, his change hurting him more than normal. He must be rushing it.

"He'll be fine, the change is always harder on made wolves." Bain spoke she set herself on a log next to the fire pit and began to put on her shoes. Sure enough, as she looked up to see the Demon Spike enter, he wasnt his natural big size. He was a rather small black wolf, but now there was a swash of white on his head. A spiked collar circled his neck and the ruthless demon she'd seen was now as happy and jovial as a house pet. Bain felt her eye twitch and her head start to pain, she hissed and moved to stand.

"Easy." Ty's voice cut through the haze beginning to coat her mind. His steady hand on her back brought her to awareness. She gasped and reached up touching him in shock. "Was it a memory?"

"Painful." She huffed. "I need air."

She stood on unsteady feet and walked a few paces away. "I'll be fine." She said more to assure herself than Ty. What was that? The memories never felt that serious.


Ty watched Bain as she paced off to the creek on the other side of the trees. He looked back at Kimi and Spike."She doesnt remember anything." Ty said, "It would seem you Demon Slayers know more about her than you should."

"Sorry." Kimi looked up and smiled. "Our people have ways of getting information when a serious Superatural player lands on the continent."

"Do you know what I do to people who learn more than they should about Bain?" Ty looked down at them and glared, danger to her was equal to the very loss of his heart. A few months ago he'd gained her back after centuris apart, he'd be damned if a Slayer was coming after her, any of them. Spike stepped infront of Kimi and growled. Ty bared his teeth.

"Enough Blaeze!" Bain hissed turning around her eyes glowing blue. She froze confusion on her face, Kimi and Spike peered at Bain in surprise. Ty's gaze narrowed as she frowned. He lunged just as Spike did, the wolf connected with Bain's legs as Ty caught her fall. She was out, lost in the memory he'd broken her from. Oddly the wolf was on the ground out cold too. Had Bain pulled him into the memory too? He didnt know she could do that.

"What happened?!" Kimi exclaimed shaking her Hell Hound.

"Bain's regaining a memory." Ty spoke and shifted her up into his arms. "The best thing is to let her rise it out. I think she pulled your Hell Hound into the memory too. I suspect that when she wakes up, he will too."


Ireland, Brigantes, Year: 520

"Bain! Bain wake up!" Bain shifted her arm flying out to swat at the voice. "Oh, come on we were playing and you fell asleep."

Bain blinked blearily up into the face of a boy, he looked about seven or so. He had bright white hair and a small shock of black right in the front. "Blaeze-" Bain hissed. "I'm sleeping."

"We were playing hide and go seek." He huffed and sat next to her. "Lazy."

"Lazy?!" Bain sat up right, her tiny gown spreading over the grass. "Who slept through our run last night when Mama took us hunting?!"

"Hey! I got up early to help shop!" Bain launched herself at Blaeze and latched her teeth onto his skull. They tussled until a sound made them look up mid fight.

"Honestly." The elegant voice made them bolt apart. Bain looked up and squinted through the sun. "I cant do anything with the two of you, always squabbling, youre suspossed to be brother and sister, not enemies."

"But Mama-" Blaeze started, Bain's mother hefted him up by his shirt and growled.

"Play nice." She set him down and ruffled his hair. "Watch out for each other."

With that she walked back into the tree line heading home. "Race you to the creek." Bain giggled and Blaeze hopped up.

"I'll win!" Bain tore off after him and they ran, laughing and gigling as they went.


Bain woke in her bed, sighing in the memory that revealed so much. She saw her mother, again, and she saw she now had a brother. That was something her memories hadn't revealed yet. She smiled and tilted her nose into the pillow next to her inhaling Ty's scent. That was a nice memory, she wasnt sure why the other memory hurt, or why she'd started yelling at Spike for defendinf against Ty being over-protective. Bain twisted to sit up and looked down below her mound of pillows and cushions. There below her the Hell Hound demon was looking up, his red eyes confused as he took her in. "What are you doing in here?" Bain asked quizically.


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