They all left the station, having decided to find and take out the vampires, for good. It meant they would be killing at least some of the dark creatures, but it was better than letting them run loose.
The agents were all tired, but knew this was their only chance to try and save Agent Randy Benson. The vampires would already know they were being tracked and would try to get Benson to make a kill before they got caught. That way, he would be one of them, and there would be no turning back. He would not have the conscience he had now, where he could decide not to kill. The agents were all hoping he still had that mind set.
Jorden led them downtown, where there was not as much traffic, and it was quieter. They parked the vehicles, deciding they were close enough to go on foot.
While they were walking, Alex turned to Jorden, reluctantly. "So, what's the deal with your powers and the vampires? How can you track them?"
He wanted to shoot himself for being curious, but was tired of being surprised by the other man.
Jorden offered a small smile. "Well, with not being completely human, my blood is poison to them. Since I have mixed gentetics," he glanced at Bailey and Will, who were listening, also. "Seventy percent human, and the other thirty feline, it would be too much. It's kind of like mixing two blood types and using it for a transfusion."
"How is it possible to mix human and animal, then?" Bailey asked, now very curious. "Obviously it was okay, in your case."
Jorden glanced at him. "That was because the human blood had the right aptitude. It had to be that way from both donors."
Bailey smiled quietly, finding it sad that Jorden would be calling his parents 'donors,' though that was exactly what they were.
Alex looked over at the leader of team B, then Jorden. "How long do we have until we get there?"
"About fifteen minutes," Jorden answered quietly.
"Okay," Alex said, dropping back to speak with the other leader. "Hi, Kyle. May I speak with you for a moment?" He used the agent's first name, since this would be a personal conversation.
Kyle shrugged. "Sure." He still looked stressed out, and had been staying away from the other agents.
Alex sighed. "I know this is very stressful on you, since he's one of your men. On top of that, I know you were hiding the relationship you have with him." When Kyle tried to interrupt, Alex raised his hand, smiling. "I have known both of you for a long time, and it's obvious to me that you and Randy are together...I know how difficult that can be. I just wanted to let you know that we are going to do everything we can to save him. That's why we're going tonight, and not in the morning."
Kyle smiled at him. "I know you guys are trying to help, and I appreciate that."
"Sure," Alex flashed a grin at him. "I just wanted to make sure you understood that we weren't going to just go in killing. We may need to tranquilize him, though."
Kyle nodded. "I know. Thanks."
"Of course," Alex looked at his gun, making sure everything was in order. He also checked his tranquilizer, seeing it was completely loaded. "Well, I had better get back up there with the kitty, before he decides my boyfriend is up for grabs."
Kyle grinned at him. "Yeah, no kidding."
They walked for about two more blocks, then Jorden stopped. He glanced at the others. "We're almost there. If we go any further, they will be able to hear us, so I would suggest everyone getting ready for a fight."
Bailey grimaced, cocking his gun. "Alright, let's do this."