She wondered through the woods, taking in her surroundings. Only a little more to go Y/N, she thought. She trudged through dead leaves, tree stumps, and logs infested with insects. The sun was setting slowly, orange and red hues dancing across the sky. Y/n gripped her jacket closer to her as she looked around searching for him, then she stopped. Where is he? He’s supposed to be here already. He’s always here. Why isn’t he now? Did something happen to him?
“Chen!” She whispered, “where are you?”
She wandered a little farther down a slightly slippery slope, it had rained yesterday. She huffed, frustrated that Chen hadn’t shown up, frustrated that she had to wander this far to find him.
Y/N had stumbled upon an injured bear sized wolf a couple of weeks ago. She was shocked, she had never seen a wolf this large. The wolf’s fur was red with spots of black near its head. It had eyes of chocolate brown that looked tired, exhausted. She had gazed upon the wolf from afar when she saw the reason as to why the wolf was laying on the ground, it’s giant head resting on its paws. The wolf’s left hind leg was oozing blood as its large body lay limply on the ground. She had moved forward slowly, not wanting to become a threat to the wolf. It’s ears twitched as it registered her movement, it’s head snapping towards her, growling lowly, teeth barred, eyes guarded, muscles tensed ready to attack.
“I’m not going to hurt you. I just want to help, okay?” She said as she raised her hands up in surrender. She was probably crazy for thinking it would understand her, but surprisingly it did. The wolf stared at her a little longer before huffing and resting its head on its paws again. She sighed in relief as she reached into her bag, that she luckily had packed with her trusty first aid kit, and slowly moved towards the injured limb. She dabbed the little alcohol she had left, flinching when the wolf whimpered. She whispered her apologies while petting the wolf’s leg, then got back to business. After she had tended to the wound and wrapped gauze around it, she stood and asked the wolf if it could stand. It slowly got to its feet and limped as it tried to walk. She smiled in triumph at her work.
“Are you going to be okay?” She asked as the wolf trotted towards her. It nodded, licking her face and then running off. After that, she had encountered the massive wolf many times when she went into the woods to relax and read her books. She later found out it was a he and named him Chen as they had gotten closer the more she visited their spot in the woods, it was like they had an instant connection. She still thinks she’s crazy for befriending a wolf, let alone one that could easily eat her with one snap of his jaws.
She grumbled as she carefully walked down the muddy slope, holding on to nearby trees for support.
“Chen!” She shouted this time. “Chen, where ar-!” Then she slipped. She always was on the clumsy side.
She yelped as she tumbled down the slope, twigs snapping under her weight, branches angrily scratching her skin, mud sticking to her skin and clothes. Fortunately, her tumbling came to an end. She groaned as she slowly rolled over, wiping off whatever she could. She felt around her body to see if anything was broken or to see if blood was appearing anywhere. She winced as she touched her lip. Busted, she thought as she stared at the blood on her fingers. She slowly stood, whimpering as her sore limbs and muscles protested against any movement she made.
I’m going to kill Chen, when I see him again.
She went to take a step forward, but the snapping of a branch nearby stopped any move she was going to make previously. Then growling was heard from behind her, along with another and another coming from her left and her right.
She slowly turned around to see yellow eyes glaring at her. She wanted to cry, but she was too scared to do anything at the moment. The yellow eyes belonged to a large black wolf, roughly Chen’s size but smaller.
Is this how I’m going to die, God? She thought.
The wolves on her left and right, both black as well, moved slowly out of the trees towards her, teeth barred, saliva dripping from their mouthes and on to the ground. The wolf in front of her stalked towards her, its eyes daring her to make a move. Y/N closed her eyes tightly as she felt its breath on her face. All she could think of was, where is Chen. The wolf snarled and opened its jaws, ready to make a meal out of her, until a familiar large red wolf crashed against into its body. Y/N screamed as the other two wolves attacked Chen. Chen pushed them off and caught one of their necks in his jaw, snapping its neck. The other wolf growled and jumped on Chen, but Chen was quick enough to dodge its snapping jaws. Y/N watched as the wolves circled Chen, snarling and growling.
Although Chen was larger than them, Y/N couldn’t help but worry. Chen’s head snapped towards her. He growled at her, as if telling her to go.
Run, a voice whispered in her head. Her eyes widened as she continued to look at Chen whose eyes never left hers.
She wanted to stay and make sure that he would be okay, especially figure out where that voice same from, but her body had other plans as her legs carried her the opposite way.
One of the wolves turned it’s head upon hearing her footsteps and ran after her. Chen growled as he went to tackle the wolf, but the other wolf caught him by his hind leg, stopping him.
Y/N ran and ran, never stopping. She only pushed faster when she heard growls behind her. The wolf snapped its jaws, almost catching her foot. Y/N yelled and willed her legs to go a little faster. Good thing she took track, she’d be screwed if she didn’t. The wolf snarled again, angry that it hadn’t caught her yet.
Y/N weaved in and out of the trees, concentrating on trying not to trip and fall. She looked behind her to see where the wolf was. It was right on her tail. The wolf snapped its jaws again, this time catching the hood of her jacket.
Y/N screamed as she flew backwards and landed harshly on the ground. She scrambled to get up, but the wolf quickly pounced on her snarling in her face. Y/N froze as the wolf moved it’s head towards her neck. Just a little closer and it all would’ve been over
But Chen came in the nick of time, biting the wolf on the back of its neck, flinging it off of her. Chen was furious, livid. Y/N could see it as Chen ripped the wolf to shreds with no remorse. Once the wolf’s body went limp, Chen turned around moving towards her to see if she had any type of injuries. Nothing but scratches and bruises.
Y/N stared, shocked at Chen, his fur matted with the wolves’ blood and his own.
Are you okay, the same voice whispered in her head. She gasped and backed away.
“Was that you?” Y/N whispered. Chen nodded.
“B-but how?” She stuttered. “Maybe I’m going crazy, yeah. That’s it.”
She continued to ramble on, pacing back and forth, trying to make sense of the situation. Maybe all that running and screaming did something.
But she knew that wasn’t it. Not until she heard popping sounds, like bones breaking. She snapped her head towards the sound and almost fainted at what she saw.
There stood, in Chen’s place, was a handsome young man with red curly hair and brown eyes. Just like Chen.
“Oh my god.” Then everything went black.
This my first time writing an imagine so cut me some slack lol
But should I write more or stop trying?