Lon Chaney was known as “ The Man Of A Thousand Faces” because of his
penchant for portraying masked or deformed characters, characters who
were nonetheless discernibly human. He was an unusually sensitive mime,
an ability often attributed to the fact that his parents were deaf mutes
and he had to mime his stories and concerns to them.
Warnings for this part: language, mentions of blood
Why do I even
endure all this torture?
You drowsily watched how the sun slowly climbed higher
on the sky, painting it orange. You hadn’t slept at all thanks to nightmares
that started immediately after you had closed your eyes.
“How is it possible to have nightmares when I’m not
even properly asleep?” you mumbled, rubbing your eyes.
Luckily it was your day off. Going out in that kind of
state didn’t sound like a good idea to you. Besides, you had no idea where
Minhyuk was and you thought that maybe taking his advice of not going out was
the wisest thing to do.
I wonder if
they found Yuna…
If you hadn’t been cursing Minhyuk in your mind during
the night, you had been thinking about Yuna. She had always been a little…
angsty if you may say so but you had never imagined that she would be in that
You decided to take a shower and put on some clothes
you could wear if you would have to go outside. After that you went back to
your bed and sat down on it, facing the window next to it.
Eunkyung hummed when she answered your call. “Is everything okay?It’s
unusual for you to call me this early.”
“Yeah, nothing’s wrong…” you said and yawned. “I was
She was quiet for a bit and then you heard her sigh. “A sleepless night again?”
“Uh huh,” you admitted.
“You should really
consider seeing a doctor or something… You can’t keep living like this, it’s
bad for your health,” she nagged.
“Yeah, yeah,” you couldn’t help but smile a little.
“Thanks for always worrying for me.”
“It’s not like I
necessarily want to do it,” she snorted. “It’s because it seems like you can’t do it yourself.”
You chuckled, making her sigh for the second time.
“You don’t take
this seriously enough ______. It bothers me.”
“I know,” you said and lay down on your back, taking a
deep breath. “I’ll try to look after myself.”
“I know youwill,” she said and you smiled.
There was a brief silence. “Have you talked with Yuna
lately?” you asked cautiously.
She didn’t answer immediately. “No,” she eventually said. “It’s
not like we have a reason to talk anymore…”
“I-“ you were cut off when you heard your doorbell ring.
“You should go
get that,” Eunkyung said. “I’ll talk
to you later,” she said and hung up before you could say anything.
With a sigh, you got up and went to the door, slowly
pushing it open when you arrived in the hallway.
“I’m surprised you’re alive,” Minhyuk said coldly when
your eyes met.
Your eyes traveled to his clothes almost immediately.
There was a big dark spot on his shirt where the wound was. “I think that’s my
line,” you said and looked at him in the eye with a serious look.
“Oh, please,” he smirked. “A little scratch isn’t
enough to kill me.”
“A scratch? It looked more like your whole side had
been cut open judging from the amount of blood there was.”
“Whatever, it’s not like it matters anyway,” he
“You didn’t have time to change your clothes? Or do
you not own any other clothes?” you asked.
“None of your business,” he said. “Now tell me if you
have any plans to go outside because if you don’t, I’m going to leave
immediately. I don’t exactly want to be around you.”
You quickly grabbed your keys and put on your shoes.
“Yes, I have to visit the convenience store briefly.”
Without saying a single word, he turned around and
started walking away from the door, knowing you would follow him. While walking
behind him you couldn’t stop looking at the dark stain on his shirt that was
visible from the back too. The blood had dried up and it wasn’t as dark as it
was when wet but it was still closer to black than, say, royal blue.
“How did you stop the bleeding?” you asked him after
you had stepped out from the apartment building.
“I have my ways,” he answered shortly without turning
around or glancing at you over his shoulder.
“And that means?”
“You don’t want to know,” he scoffed and turned his
head a little, just enough for you to see a smirk on his lips.
“Your stupidity is just hilarious,” he said and
suddenly came to a stop, turning around to face you. “Since you probably won’t
shut up before I give a proper answer,” he stopped for a bit, a grin growing on
his lips. “Let’s just say I got some help from a really hot piece of metal.”
“Let’s not talk about it,” he said and started walking
again. “I’m used to the image but a weakling like you will throw up your
breakfast if you hear the exact steps and all the other unnecessary shit
included in the practice. I don’t really like the idea of having to witness you
You gulped and followed him. Yeah, maybe not hearing
about it was for the best.
You opened the door of your apartment with your keys.
Why is he
After unlocking the door, you turned around to face
Minhyuk. “Why are you still here?”
“Oh, me? I was thinking about doing a house check just for fun,” he said
sarcastically and you gave him a look. “Just open the god damn door and you’ll
see, human,” he said and you obeyed quietly.
You froze immediately when you stepped into the
You stared at the unknown pair of shoes, feeling a
Did a vampire
break in or something? I mean, he wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t something like
that. Those don’t look like-
“Stop freaking out and go into the living room,”
Minhyuk pushed you quite roughly and you stumbled forward, almost falling over.
“I’m not going to get eaten?” you blurted out.
“Idiot,” you heard him mumble. “I don’t think Hoseok
is going to become a human eater any time soon.”
Hearing the familiar name you felt relieved and surprised.
I never knew
he’d wear such… girly shoes.
The shoes were obviously a model for women. It didn’t
bother you or weird you out, you were just surprised to see that someone like
him fancied that kind of shoes.
You hesitantly made your way to the living room after
taking your shoes off. When you stepped in, you came to a stop. Your heart
skipped a beat.
Hoseok stood in the middle of the room, his icy eyes
glued on something on the couch in front of him. What he was looking at was
what made you stop. Even though you couldn’t see the person’s face, the black
hair and familiar clothing gave away her identity. Yuna was sitting there,
hunched over herself.
“No use stopping here,” Minhyuk’s voice said and
pushed you over to Hoseok who only now looked up to direct his attention on you
You subconsciously held your breath while looking at
the familiar yet unfamiliar figure on the couch. She looked like herself but
something was different. She wasn’t herself.
“Where are your shoes?” Minhyuk asked Hoseok behind
your back, distracting your thoughts for a few seconds.
“I came without them,” he calmly stated.
“What?” you turned around to look at him in disbelief.
“That’s not what’s important right now,” he brushed it
off. “She changed,” he said and looked at you in the eye.
You felt your stomach twist a little.
“Say something to her. She hasn’t talked to us much.”
You slowly turned back around to look at the girl sitting
on the couch. You gulped, feeling nervous. “Yuna?” you called her name. She
showed no reaction. “I know you don’t remember-”
“I don’t remember?” she lifted her head so quickly you
flinched. Her eyes were blue, a little darker than the guys’. “Tell me one
thing I don’t remember! I remember everything!” she screamed, pulling her hair
with both hands.
The look in her eyes and the tone of her voice gave
you chills. Her eyes were filled with pain and darkness and her voice was
filled with frustration and anxiousness.
“There is nothing I don’t remember…” she calmed down a
little but she was shaking from rage. “I remember every negative feeling, I
remember every painful memory, everything…”
You felt a lump in your throat. The way you had always
seen her was so different from reality. You had always thought she was quiet
and expressionless just because that was her personality but behind all that
she had a broken heart and a mind that was filled with darkness.
“I remember Eunkyung…” she whispered with a broken
“It’s the gift, no, curse of knowledge,” Hoseok said after a brief silence. “After
turning, she didn’t get to forget everything. She’ll always remember everything
that happened to her as a human. She’ll always remember what made her change.”
“The only thing that has changed is her blood and
ability to hide herself from others,” Minhyuk told you.
“You said the pain would be gone…” she whispered, her
voice almost gone. “You said I wouldn’t remember…”
There was a silence. “I know,” Hoseok said.
“Then why is it still there?!” she exploded again,
this time getting up from the couch and charging toward Hoseok. “Why is the
pain still there?! Why do I still have to remember those awful things?!” she
“Yuna-“ you started and reached you hand toward her.
“Get lost!” she screamed to you and pushed you away
roughly. You ended up falling and accidentally dropped the glass of water that
was on the small table next to you. The glass hit the floor before you and the
shards scattered on the floor, right where your hand landed. Feeling the
stinging pain of the shards cutting your hand’s skin, you immediately pulled
your hand away with a quiet hiss.
“Give me one good reason to stay on your guys’ side,”
Yuna growled to the two guys.
“You’ll either get brainwashed or killed if you go to
the higher-ups,” Hoseok calmly stated.
“Yeah? What’s so bad about that? I-“
“You immature piece of shit,” Minhyuk suddenly got
really angry and grabbed the front of Yuna’s hoodie roughly. “Boo hoo, you’re
having a hard time. Who isn’t?” he growled. “It’ll pass so get a grip of
yourself. Slap yourself in the face if that’s the only way to keep you away
from those bastards. This isn’t only about your pitiful ass, this is about our
whole species. If they get you, we’re all done for.”
Seeing Minhyuk like that was new for you. He had never
been that angry before. It was almost like he had become another person. The way
he glared at the petite girl in front of him made you wonder how she could
still look so rebellious.
“That’s enough,” Hoseok had to force Minhyuk to let go
of her. “We’re not here to fight. We just simply came to drop her off, right?”
Minhyuk was still glaring at Yuna.
“Wait, what did you say?” you furrowed your eyebrows
and stood up, ignoring the pain on the palm of your right hand.
Minhyuk turned his head and looked at you, looking a
little less scary. “She’s going to stay here.”
“You didn’t think about maybe asking for my opinion on
“We don’t need your opinion,” Hoseok said. “We offer
you protection. You have to pay back somehow.”
You went quiet and looked at Yuna who was standing
still, looking at the floor. You bit the inside of your lip and took a deep
“It’s not like we need your permission either,”
Minhyuk said coldly.
“We’re going to have one of us visiting your place
every day. We have to keep an eye on her,” Hoseok told you and Yuna let out a
snort. “You better behave,” he growled at her. “You’re grown-up, act
almost like an older brother…
“Leave her alone,” Minhyuk said to you while walking
past you. “I’m pretty sure that with that short temper of hers, she won’t
hesitate to kill you if you talk too much. It’s better to just let her be.”
“Jooheon’s going to come by tomorrow,” Hoseok said and
you turned to look at him. “Try not to get yourself killed while you’re alone
with her,” he said and walked past you.
You heard the apartment’s door open and close soon after.
You were left alone with the unstable creature now. After taking a fast,
cautious glance at her you went into the bathroom to try to clean up your right
hand that was starting to get bloody. After that you went into the kitchen to
prepare some food for yourself.
“Are you hungry?” you asked hesitantly.
“No,” her voice answered from the living room.
You let out a quiet sigh. I’m feeling uneasy already.
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