My Werewolf System - chapter-179-double-trouble
When Amy came to school the next day, she couldn’t help but replay
yesterday’s incident. She and Stacy had been stopped by a stranger just
outside their school, who had asked them about his brother, the scumbag
who had invited them to the Kobe Karaoke Club. However, the two girls
weren’t completely unrelated to the matter, and they both knew that.
Amy had asked Stacy for a few details, as her memory of that day was
hazy. She could remember up until the point they had taken out the drugs,
but her best friend just told her that she didn’t know what happened
later. Gary had appeared when they had hurt Amy, and then Stacy had just
followed his instruction and fled, leaving the teenage boy with Hawk and
his friends inside.
No matter how Amy had tried to bring up the topic, though, it just seemed
awkward to naturally address that in a conversion. What’s more, she was
completely baffled about Gary’s sudden growth spurt. She knew that boys
could have them, and that it would usually occur later than girls, but
for it to happen overnight and add so much muscle mass…
Amy wanted to address it, but then decided against it. What was her
brother supposed to say, it was not like he could control that. She also
didn’t want to burden him in any way. He was already doing his best to
keep up their household, making her dinner, cleaning her clothes and
everything he had done for her was so nice.
At the end of the day, she just could never imagine her brother doing
such a thing, and she decided to ignore the matter
Alas, that matter wasn’t about to ignore the teenage girl, though.
“Hey, thanks for what you did the other day.” Stacy said as she
pulled up a seat to sit down next to her best friend. The two friends
enjoyed their lunch break with their homemade packed lunch. The truth
was, Stacy didn’t need to do this, but she didn’t want Amy to be the
odd one out.
Most of the kids, just ordered the canteen food, but while it wasn’t
overly expensive, it wasn’t cheap either. Amy’s education was being
paid for, yet that only included her basic necessities like the books and
her admission fee. The teenage girl would have to pay for her school
meals if she wanted them, as such it was far cheaper to bring her own
“It’s alright, and before you ask, no, I didn’t get to ask Gary
about what happened that day.” Amy replied. “I just can’t imagine
him having anything to do with them. I’m not even sure he could beat up
one of them, much less three, even though he seems to have really bulged
“I don’t get why that guys thinks we might know anything about his
brother? Didn’t they say something about being in some type of gang?
They weren’t good people in the first place, so maybe they might have
gotten hit by another gang? I mean, last we saw them was the day those
gangs attacked the Chavley area…”
When speaking about this, Amy could see her friend visibly shaking, there
was something that she seemed to be hiding. This was when Amy gave her a
look, saying she better talk about it now.
“The Grey Elephants gang.” Stacy whispered after looking left and
right. “Hawk… he would boast about it often when we were writing.”
“You knew that, and you STILL decided to meet up with him?!” Amy was
furious, and her outburst was noticed by their fellow schoolmates. Amy
knew her friend to act stupid sometimes, but it was one thing to lie
about her age and meet up with her older online boyfriend, but it was an
entirely different thing to meet up with a known gangster!
All of this could have easily been avoided!
“I’m sorry, I didn’t believe him. I just thought he was trying to
impress me, but after we saw his brother yesterday and what happened…
I’m afraid it’s true. I’m scared, what if they come after us again?
Should we go to the police?” Stacy asked.
It was the first time Amy had heard her best friend suggest going to the
police, which had come as a surprise. Stacy was terrified of her parents
and what they might do if they found out what she had done. She felt that
them cutting off her phone or internet access might be the least of her
worries. For all she knew, they might even force her to join a monastery.
Stacy knew this about her parents better than anyone, so if that was the
case, she must have been really scared.
‘I guess, he’s after her ultimately, and not really after me.
However, if that guy found out about Stacy, he might have discovered that
I was there that night as well. Did Stacy mention me by name in their
chats, or did she just call me a friend? Sh*t, either way, it can’t be
good. Now that he saw me, I hope he doesn’t dig around…’
Thinking about it all, Amy just let out a big sigh as she remembered
something else, a conversation she had with her brother after their
mother got hospitalised.
“Amy from now on it’s just going to be me and you for a while, until
Mum gets better, alright? Now I managed to call a friend who helped me
out, and he said he would get us a legal guardian, but they can’t
actually look after us.
“I’m not an adult and neither are you, so if the police find out
about us lying, then there is a good chance that social services will
come and put us both in orphanages. They might even split us apart if
they find out that we have no other parent. So don’t tell anyone about
our situation, okay? I promise I’ll look after us both.” Gary told
This was why Amy wanted to avoid going to the police. She might come
along if Stacy decided to go that route, but Amy couldn’t afford to get
dragged into the mess.
“Look, I don’t think he’ll do anything to us, okay? Let’s just be
careful, and have our phones on us. If you really want to go to the
police, it might be better not to tell them about what happened that
night or why you’re being followed. Just say it’s a stalker or
“If we tell them about that night, then maybe the real gangsters will
come after us.” Amy cautioned her best friend, feeling a little bad
about what she had just said, but she was convinced that it was for their
When school ended, Stacy was waiting for Amy outside of class for both of
them to walk out of the school together. Honestly, Amy was wondering if
it might be safer to distance herself from Stacy for a while. Yes, they
were childhood friends, but that didn’t change the fact that due to
Stacy’s mistake, her life could get ruined at any moment.
Alas, when seeing Stacy’s frightened face, she just couldn’t be that
cold-hearted and grabbed her shaking friend by the elbow and walked out
The two looked outside and could see several parents waiting to pick up
their kids from school. While others just walked home as they usually
would. Both of them were looking out for the man they had seen the other
day but couldn’t see him at all.
“We shouldn’t wait here too long, we should go while there are a lot
of people out, they’re less likely to do anything then.” Amy stated.
Agreeing, Stacy nodded and they both began their walk with hurried steps.
It was nerve wracking for the two teenage girls. They constantly turned
and twisted their heads and at times thought that they were being
followed, only for it to be a student or a parent behind them.
There were multiple cars parked not too far from the school. They
weren’t really allowed to park in front of the school due to the
school’s regulations. The two noticed the incoming van far too late, as
it drove close to the curb, stopping on the pavement.
What happened next left the two teenage girls with no time to react. A
group of masked men rushed out, grabbed the two of them, pulled them into
the van, which instantly drove off again. The entire process only lasted
a few seconds.
Inside, Amy and Stacy’s mouths were covered by four men. There were
also two drivers at the front, but most importantly, a man with
sunglasses and a black leather jacket stood in front of both of them.
“I told you I would come back and get what I want from the two of
you.” Raven said, tilting his glasses as he smiled.