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#41

I punched the glass on each of their test tubes and green liquid drained out of them.


#42

It seemed of garbage and rot, but I didn’t care. I ripped the tubes out of their bodies, and they slumped down onto the floor.


#43

“Helen? John?” I asked them, but I received no response.


#44

Carefully, as to not to harm them, I dragged them each over to the chairs and set them in them. “Please wake up.” I muttered.


#45

They… they didn’t, and though I waited for around an hour, they never did.


#46

“What did I do to deserve this?” I sobbed, before crying out in pain as my body began to change and contort.


#47

A dark pillar began growing from my chest, tearing through the ceiling.


#48

Sunlight poured in, which made me shriek in pain even more. I could hear faint footsteps, which were probably closer then them seemed, my hearing overtaken by my screams of agony.


#49

“Goodbye.” It was a voice that sounded like Helen’s, but distorted.


#50

The pillar faded, and I stood up. I felt, stronger. More powerful. “Maybe that blonde girl was right.”


#51

So I climbed, upwards, I had to escape this place.


#52

I reached the roof and stared out at the expanse before me. “An island?! Are you joking?!”


#53

So I ran, and ran, around the island, trying to find a way of escape. My eyes fell on a boat in the distance


#54

I bolted towards it, my feet carrying me faster then humanly possible.


#55

When I hit water, my feet just kept moving, and I ran across the waves.


#56

I reached the boat and climbed up the side, landing on the deck with a thud.


#57

Relieved, I hopped into one of the giant cargo boxes and, finally, rested.


#58

I passed out from exhaustion only moments later, my eyelid blotting out the light that was hammering down from the sky.


#59

Darkness. That pillar from before… my sister’s distorted voice cut through, but I could tell it wasn’t her, at least not anymore.


#60

The red galaxy zone I was in before returned and I saw Helen, standing next to what almost seemed like a dark-magic corrupted version of her.