Walking out from a scene in the dark of night, from an abandoned warehouse with limbs torn to pieces with thick red liquid splattered all over the place. A white mask and black clothes, not much information to who’s doing this. They’d always leave a purple hyacinth on the bodies that lay dead in the dark of night. It’s now a foggy morning as the police station is as busy as ever figuring out who is on the run of murders.
(Fun fact: The hyacinth that the killer leaves on the dead bodies they had killed, symbolises forgiveness, saying sorry for killing them) =)
“Found anything yet?” questioned Aayan, “No,” replied Nivera. “You’ve been in here all night, how are you not tired,” Aayan asked. “Purple hyacinth is still on the run, how could I possibly be resting now?” Nivera replied. “I just think that it would be best if you rest since me and Blythe are on night shift today. “Fine,” Nivera got up from her station and headed out to the cafe that was nearby.
As she went to sit down a stranger had sat down with her, she sat in silence for a bit. The stranger had rattled on about how beautiful she was, her hair was as red as the roses in gardens, her eyes were as fiery as the sun that shone above all. She had got annoyed and had gotten up from her seat to leave, the stranger had then grabbed Nivera’s hand by force, “hey, we were just starting to have fun, why are you leaving?” He asks, she then grabbed his other hand and twisted it until he had let her wrist go. He let go of her and she walked out, she had seen her friend, and their hair was as blue as the sky and their eyes were as gold as treasure.
“What happened?” Blythe had said. “Nothing,” Nivera had replied. (A few days later) “I’ve got it.” Nivera said, “The purple hyacinth is a meaning of forgiveness, but why?” Nivera questioned herself. “I just don’t understand, why would the murder do this,” Nivera said.
It is now the dead of night and another murder has been done, the investigators search the house as to where the crime had been. “Another body on the ground, guess what evidence we found of it.” One investigator said. “A purple hyacinth,” they said. “There! The murder is jumping from one another on the roof!” A stranger had said.
Nivera, her friends and the rest of her group ran as quickly as they could to get to the murderer. Then the squad had come between two paths, Nivera knew that they would lose the person who was on the run. She had climbed up one of the buildings close by and kept running, while the other officers had splitted up between the two paths. Running as fast as she could, the murder was just too fast for her to catch.
Then the person had jumped down from the roofs of houses and went down into an abandoned alley, Nivera followed as close as she could before they had been at a dead end, “I’ve got you now, you can’t run now,” Nivera says, while panting. In silence the two had circled each other, then fists fought one another, blood splattered on the ground. Until their eyes met and the figure fell over, surprised Nivera, came up close and pointed her gun directly at the figure’s head. “Take the hood off now,” She says. As the figure took off the hood, a male who had golden eyes, with the dark blue night sky for hair. “Join me,” He says. “What?” Nivera replied. “You heard what I said.” He replied. “What’s your name?
“Why should I tell you? You just tried to kill me.” Nivera said while still pointing the gun to his head. “You know what, you’re not worth my time,” As Nivera was about to arrest him he went bouncing on to the roof. “We could have been friends, oh well” He says. “We both want revenge on the same group, so if you’re interested meet me here, at midnight tomorrow.” As he threw the card down, he left and so did Nivera. “Oh you came,” The murder said, “My name is Kieran,” “well my name is Nivera” Said Nivera. “Well we both want to destroy the black fox. We both want revenge for what they did. I don’t know why but my eye just caught yours, so don’t take this personally.” Replied Kieran, “Well, we’ve got to make a few rules if we both are in on this.” Said Nivera. “And that is?” Kieran Questioned. “No personal questions and No looking in on each other’s information.” Said Nivera. “That’s alright with me,” replied Kirean. “Ok then it’s settled.”