The castle isn't human proof (Volturi)
TRIGGER WARNING: BLOOD AND GORE…I SUPPOSE
“You know I appreciate you two.”
“You better. What the hell is this!?” Jane cried waving a piece in the air.
You leaned in peering at it. “I think that’s the leg?”
“I have no idea.” Alec shook his head.
You had convinced them to help you build your desk since you were now moving in. Your room hadn’t been used in years yet nevertheless it was just as beautiful as the rest despite it being empty.
“I think Felix and Demetri are better at this stuff.” Jane scowled before picking up another piece. “Okay, what is that-”
“Jane, the instructions are legit right there in front of you. Alec and I are the ones guessing.”
“I might as well not have any, it’s pictures! I need a magic wand to do this!”
Alec looked over. “Oh so, this bit” Alec put his piece next to Jane’s. “goes here with this bit. We attach that together.”
“…how?” Jane said with a pout and Alec shrugged.
“With this.” You grinned as you picked up the drill.
“I think Alec should be the one to use that.”
“He might break it with super strength and all!” “But won’t hurt myself.” Alec nodded, hand out. You scowled giving him the drill.
You sat down again in the middle of the room different pieces scattered around the three of you.
“Wait, what’s-” You all got a fright when the ceiling light came down, glass shards falling on you. “Owww.” You said, rubbing your head before a new pain got your attention.
“Oh (Y/N), you’re bleeding!” Jane said as the two quickly took their distance. You looked at your wrist and grimaced in pain. “Uhm, can you get me a towel for the blood?” They nodded and Jane left to grab one.
“Is it bad?” Alec asked. “I smell a lot of blood.”
“Uhh, I don’t think so? I’ll know when I have the towel.” Jane tossed it and you saw both twins covering their mouths and noses. You caught it with ease as you stood up, keep pressure on it.
You looked down to see a small pool of blood on the floor with droplets scattered around. You lifted the towel and your eyes widened. “Uhm, guys, I think I need to go to hospital, like I’m all up for a second opinion but if I see what I think I’m seeing then I have a massive problem.“
The two sighed, concern etched on their face and they called for Felix and Demetri.
“Oh wow. That is strong.” Felix said.
“Someone needs to check how bad it is. They might need to go to the hospital.” Jane said.
“They’re my mate, I’ll check.” Demetri said pursing his lips. He quickly took a look before moving back again. “No, it’s bad. They need to go to hospital. That’s really bad. What happened?”
“The light fell on them.” Alec said.
“Well shorty, looks like we’re going on a trip.” Felix said.
“They two can stay with them, we’ll get the contacts and all that.” Demetri nodded and then they were gone.
“Does it hurt?” Alec asked.
“Its weird, it hurts really bad but at the same time it’s totally numb.”
“Its way too close to your arteries and veins.” Jane said. “Trust us, we know.” You nodded. “You know what? I believe you. It’s turning white.”
“Right shorty, let’s go.” Felix said with brown eyes and no longer wearing his cloak. Demetri was behind him in contacts too and also without a cloak.
“How are you doing, short stuff?” Felix asked as you three walked into the hospital, Demetri’s hand on your back.
“Uhh, I can see my bone.”
“No way!” Felix grinned and looked over to your wrist. “Woah.”
“I can’t feel these two fingers-”
“-and that’s your bone moving as you wiggle your fingers at me, that is pretty cool.” Felix grinned in approval.
“No, it’s not!” Demetri growled.
“I think it is too, in a really morbid way. I never thought I’d ever see my own bones.” You smiled wiggling your fingers again.
“Stop that.” Demetri said lowly. “You and Felix go and sit in the waiting room, I’ll sign you in.”
“I’m totally calling Jane and Alec, they need to hear about this.” Felix grinned. “You’re so giddy about this Felix.”
“Hey gotta keep the mood light.” He winked as he dialled. He was quiet for a moment. “It’s Felix, put Jane and Alec on the phone.” He went quiet again. “Alec, this is so cool, we can see their bone! Yeah, they’re calm. No, I don’t think I’m overly enthusiastic… they agree, it’s pretty cool… Demetri is being a downer though… Sure go for it, it’ll be educational… Okay bye.” Felix looked at you with excitement. “The twins are coming.”
“Are you serious!?” You giggled.
“They want to see! I mean they obviously don’t sound interested or concerned but trust me, those two are either screeching with excitement or horror inside.” “I’m so glad you’re enjoying this, Felix.” You laughed.
“I’m not, in fact I’m getting angry quite quickly about it.” Demetri said as he approached you two.
“Oh for the love of- Demetri, they’re fine. They will be fine. Now listen because this is important and I’m telling you for your benefit.” Felix said raising his hands.
“If you dare irritate me right now, you will be one hundred percent responsible for what happens.”
“No, no, listen, this is important!” Felix gestured to the seat beside you. “Before you sit down, you need to remove the stick out your ass-“
You burst out laughing, making Felix laugh too. Demetri, glared at him.
“I’m telling you, if you sit down with that giant stuck in your ass it will hurt and-” “Oh enough!” Demetri growled and sat down.
“Jane and Alec are coming.” You grinned at Demetri.
“Why?” His brow furrowed in confusion. You wigged your fingers on response. Demetri sighed. “You’re all such children, am I the only one concerned that you might be seriously injured?”
Jane and Alec made a face of slight disgust when they saw your bone move as you wiggled your fingers.
“That is… disgusting.” Alec said through his clenched jaw.
“But cool!” Felix grinned.
“This will be the only thing you feel.” The doctor reassured you, needle in hand.
“Uhm, okay.” You nodded. You weren’t sure how that was supposed to be reassuring. He’d have to inject the wound for stitches. You were betting that wasn’t going to be pleasant.
It wasn’t pleasant. Your eyes slowly widened, mouth forming a small ‘o’ shape. “Ohhhhhhhhh.” You began to wince. Felix couldn’t help but chuckle.
“Okay, we’re good now.” You relaxed, the pain beginning to fade and the doctors removed the syringe.
Stitches weren’t a fun experience. You winced at the sight of someone knitting your skin back together.
You and Felix stared at your now bandaged hand. “That is so weird.” You said, your index finger twitching. “I can’t feel it…yet.”
“How much blood are we facing when we get home?” Demetri said, a hand to his forehead.
“Quite a bit.” Alec said, mouth twisting.
“I’ll clean it.” You sighed.
“Like hell you will.” Demetri said.
“You’re the one who has to be careful. We can handle a little blood but we don’t need you slicing and dicing the rest of you.” Alec added.
You rolled your eyes. “Might as well wrap me in bubble wrap…”
“Don’t tempt him.” Felix said eyeing Demetri.
You stood at the doorway with a small frown watching the four elite guards clean up the shards.
“They bled fast, man.” Felix said eyeing the amount of blood.
“It just missed their artery, of course there will be a lot of blood.” Jane said. “Damn, they got some on the carpet in the hall.”
“I’m sorry,” you said. “I didn’t realise that had-”
“It’s fine and was out of your control. It’s only a few drops.” Demetri looked up at you. “I wonder what piece hit them-”
“Found it.” Felix announced.
Demetri moved closer to Felix and gasped in horror. It was thick, sharp and completely covered in your blood unlike the other pieces.
“Oh just, let’s just clean it up.” Demetri said hiding his face with his hands.