My Werewolf System - chapter-212-the-turn
Gary continued to stare at Jayden’s back in disbelief after what he had
seen, his transformation had ended but the sight and memory of what he
had just done was burned into his mind, possibly forever.
‘No wonder the system didn’t issue a Quest. Even if I used a Full
Transformation, it would have been impossible to defeat him. Jayden
hasn’t even fully transformed, so this was just a fraction of his
power… Do all Altered have these kinds of powers, or is he just
special?’ Gary was still shocked.
Seeing that his sister was okay, and after checking her over, he could
tell she just had a small dried blood by her nose from being hit. Her
nose wasn’t broken, and the cut on her neck was shallow and small
enough that it wouldn’t leave a scar. Jayden would have paid for the
best medical care in the world if his sister had come out of this with
any permanent damage.
It was then, at that moment, that Riv saw an opening and started to make
a run for it. He fled towards the exit, abandoning Tiffany. With the way
Jayden had dealt with his subordinates, he understood that the Altered
wouldn’t shy away from killing him.
“Jayden, he’s getting away!” Xin called out. After everything he
had done to her, even if it might have been because of his psycho
girlfriend, she wanted him to pay for him. “What are you doing?
Aren’t you going to go after him?”
“Don’t worry, Streaker boy can handle it.” Jayden smiled, to the
confusion of Xin.
Gary stood up from the ground, as Riv ran towards him.
“Get the f*ck out of my way!” Riv shouted, recognising Gary as the
guy who had ruined their plans back in Westbridge. He didn’t have time
to care what the high schooler was doing here, he just needed to get out
of the place.
Riv threw a punch, and at the same time Gary stepped forward, moving his
hand to the side. He swung his arm out, clenching his fist as he used
Controlled Transformation to increase its power, before he whacked Riv
right in his face. The teenager made sure to aim right between his upper
teeth and nose.
A loud crack was heard breaking Riv’s nose, and his front teeth had
shattered, partly going in his mouth. The red colour gang leader slid
across the floor with his head banging onto a wall.
“Mr Root…didn’t deserve that.” Gary said. Seeing him on the
ground, the high schooler was actually hoping he hadn’t passed out from
the single hit, yet he had received a system message informing him that
Riv had been defeated. Still, he wanted to hurt him more for all the pain
he had inflicted to his coach.
“Hey.” Jayden called out as he saw the unwillingness of Gary to let
go. “That was a good hit, but you should stop there. Trust me, it’s
taking every cell in my body to not rip all of these guys apart. I can
see that it’s the same for you, but don’t become worse than them.
Otherwise, one day I might have to come for you.”
Gary took a deep breath, and with Jayden’s words, he tried to calm
down. As if on cue, a system screen appeared in front of him, and gave
Gary even more to smile about.
[Secret achievement unlocked: Colour Gang Destroyer II]
[Two colour gangs down.
Are you trying to collect a rainbow?
Something good might happen if you take out all three.]
[Reward; 25% Level Up]
[Congratulations, you have now reached: Level 14]
[A stat point has been granted]
From the fighting Gary had done so far, he had been getting Exp for every
single member he had beaten, and with this unexpected reward, he had
accumulated enough to reach Level 14. Still, after seeing Jayden in
action, he felt like there was a long way ahead of him before he would
Jayden was busy untying his sister, and while doing so he leaned in
“Nice choice for a boyfriend. Setting aside his strange hobbies, I
wouldn’t let him go if I was you.”
Immediately, Xin’s face lit up red, and she went for a kick, hitting
her brother’s shin.
“Hey! Is that what I get for saving you?!” Jayden complained as he
rubbed his leg. The high school girl would feel bad for him… if it
wasn’t for the teasing smile on his face.
The three of them had a lot to talk about. Xin wanted to ask both of them
a lot of questions, starting with how Gary had even found her and why he
was with her brother, but all of that would have to wait. First, they
needed to get out of here. There were quite a few people that were
worrying about Xin. Gary was also sure that there were those that were
worrying about him as well.
“Hey, pick that one up. Jayden pointed towards Riv who was still on the
floor, while he himself had Tiffany over his shoulder. “These people
aren’t going to just get away with this. We’ll take them to the
police station ourselves, that way no gang member can get involved.”
Picking up Riv, Gary took pleasure in knowing that for once the judicial
system would punish these people, but it was only because the mayor was
involved. If it had been a normal family, then it was likely that the red
colour gang would have been able to buy their way out of trouble.
After lifting Riv over his shoulder, and leaving the rest, the three of
them walked outside, but they soon stopped just on the decking outside.
When looking ahead in the forest area, there were several people
standing, around fifty in total. It was clear these weren’t police or
normal citizens, and they weren’t members of the red colour gang either.
A large man stood in the centre, next to him was one who wore a leather
jacket and had shades on his face, then finally there was another with a
dragon tattoo up his neck, D.
‘Why are there so many people here? Didn’t the system state that the
red colour gang was out? What are they all doing here?’ Gary wondered.
It was obvious from their clothes that they weren’t with the red colour
gang, but bringing this many people here to an area like this, Gary felt
like the main battle was still ahead.
“I see, so you finally managed to call the Grey Elephants over? Well,
it was a little late, don’t you think?” Jayden shouted.
The words were aimed at none other than D. The gang leader was too afraid
to do what Jayden had done, but at least it looked like the goons that
the mayor had hired hadn’t been completely useless. The question
remained whether that was a good or a bad thing.
For Gary, who was standing next to Jayden, his hands were shaking.
‘Did he just say…Grey Elephants?!’
It wasn’t just any ordinary member of the Grey Elephants gang, for
standing at the front of all the men was their leader, Brandon Trunk.
Standing a bit behind him was D, leader of the Rising Dragons, and
finally, to the right of Brandon was Raven, the other leader of the Grey