My Werewolf System - chapter-106-protect-her
Blood was dripping from Gil’s face, yet he garnered no sympathy from
those present. After repeated slaps from Kirk, the teenager’s face was
guaranteed to end up scarred. The Altered had stayed in his partial
transformation state, yet the two females could see that he was clearly
This was the first time either one of them had ever seen this man, so why
weren’t quite sure why. Eventually, Kirk let go of Gil who had refused
to say anything. The teenager had passed out, be it from pain,
exhaustion, shock or something else.
“Sir, they killed one of the employees before we got here and heavily
injured two others. One will likely succumb to her injuries, whereas the
other might survive if we get her to a hospital. We have beaten all the
grey and red colour members in the area. What would you like us to do
with them?” One of the members asked.
Given the amount of respect the gang member had for the helpful stranger,
it became obvious that he was the leader of this group. Before Kirk gave
his subordinates an answer, he looked at Gil on the ground, then grabbed
a phone from his pocket. The display had multiple messages, which he
“The other groups also seem to have gotten things under control. Looks
like this little war is finally coming to an end.” The Altered let out
a big sigh, before he started to give out orders. “If you haven’t
already, notify the clean up group to take care of the deceased. We’ll
round up some of the guys, to try and get some information out of them
back at the base. Hopefully the professionals will get them to sing.”
“Yes sir.” The men replied in unison, and started to drag the colour
gang members away from the sight of the women. A few moments laters,
cries resounded throughout the supermarket, as the gang members had woken
some of less injured gang members up in a brutal manner, to question them
who their superiors were.
As for Kirk, he decided to take Gil along. Although the large teenager
seemed too young to have any important role in the colour gang, the
Altered was unwilling to just let him go.
Seeing that her saviour was just about to leave, Amalee wanted to thank
him. To her, Kirk was a knight in shining armour who she would never be
able to forget. Not only was he strong and brave but good looking as
well, but before she could say any words, Maya was the one to speak up.
“Wait! Thank you! Thank you so much for saving us!” Maya called out,
covering her exposed body with one hand while the other grabbed her head.
The middle aged woman felt like it was about to explode. Over the
evening, she had been hit by Gil’s elbow, banged against one of the
shelves and later the teenager had attempted to stomp on it a few times.
“There’s no need to thank us.” Kirk spoke with his back still
facing away from the two. “This time we were on your side, but it could
have just as easily been us who might have attacked you. Unlike your
colleagues, you were lucky that we actually made it in time to save
With that the Altered carried on walking, but there was still one more
thing Maya needed to ask.
“Hang on, you were looking for a green haired teenager, right?
There’s a lot of people who come to shop here everyday! Please, let us
return the favour. If you could leave your name and number we can notify
you, if someone matching your description ever comes here. By the way,
why exactly are you looking for him?”
Of course, Maya wasn’t planning to tell Kirk anything about Gary at
all. She wasn’t even sure whether her savior was looking for her son in
the first place, but if he was, then she needed to know what exactly they
wanted from him. She had just seen just how dangerous a man he could be.
At the same time, Kirk didn’t fail to notice that her offer had been
worded in a very weird way.
‘If you just wanted to repay my kindness, then why does it seem that
you’re overly concerned about why we’re looking for that kiddo? Could
it be that she actually knows him?’
It was then that Kirk took a closer look at the middle aged woman who he
‘…hmmm, age wise she might be old enough to be his mother if she had
him a little young. Should I question her?’ Kirk thought about it for a
moment, before he came to a decision.
“Should you find someone who fits that description, just tell them
‘teens shouldn’t be in this business, it’s not a life they should
want to live’.” With that, he walked out the front door.
“We…w-we’re a-alive. W-we s-somehow s-survived.” Amalee was so
happy that tears of joy came out her eyes. The next second, the two women
heard footsteps. For a moment, they thought that the Underdogs’ gang
members might have forgotten something, yet it came from behind them.
Whoever it was, had entered through the supermarket’s side entrance
instead of the front entrance. It didn’t take long for them to see a
hooded person in black clothes.
“A…Another one.” Amalee was frightened, and her body was shaking
again. Now that Kirk and his men had left, who would protect them?
However, to her surprise the hooded boy ran right past her, and went
straight towards Maya instead.
“Mum! Mum are you alright?” Gary immediately asked as he approached
Looking through the hood, Maya could see that it was her own son, making
her smile. Gary took a second to look at her condition. The middle aged
woman’s head was badly swollen, her clothes had ripped, her lip was
busted, and her arms and side were badly bruised.
“Who did this? Which asshole is responsible for this?!” Gary almost
However, instead of answering, his mother just opened her arms and gave
her son a hug.
“I’m so glad to see you. How did you even know I was here?” She
After realising that this was someone Maya knew, Amalee could finally
It was then that she could hear the sound of sobbing, which came from her
colleague’s son. The high schooler had been through a lot. This one
evening could have easily destroyed the entire Dem family. Gary’s
entire reason for wanting to get stronger was to protect his mother and
All of the emotions that had swelled up inside him as he had hurried to
rescue her, were coming out at this moment. Although he was there, he
hadn’t managed to get there in time to prevent her from getting harmed.
Nevertheless, he was just happy that she was still alive.
“Please, Gary… don’t cry.” His mother eventually pulled away and
wiped some tears off his cheek. “Let’s just go home.” The middle
aged woman said as she touched her still hurting head. “This was the
single most stressful eveni-”
Her voice drifted and so did her body, as it swayed. Gary grabbed her
before she hit the ground.
“Mum! Mum! Are you okay? What’s wrong? Please, say something!” Gary
shook her lightly, afraid to hurt her even more, yet there was no