This ScarThis ScarThis Scar by Prince-Burn
Saïx stared into the mirror before him, his yellow eyes boring into their reflective twins as he ran a finger over the scar between them. He barely remembered his first weeks as a Nobody, however the very first moments stood out to him like that very scar.
The creatures had surrounded us. We had tried to sneak into the castle again and were stopped, not by the guards, but by inky black, bug-like creatures. Lea had tried to fight them, but they had shattered his Frisbees in a matter of seconds. Disarmed and surrounded, we stood back to back, ready to fight for our lives.
Our muscles tensed as the swarm closed in and we lunged into battle as the wall of black swallowed us.
I lost track of Lea as the demons pinned me to the ground, stinging wounds bled on my skin and my jacket was shredded by their claws. I found myself immobile as those hauntingly yellow eyes stared down at me. Struggling was useless as a clawed hand dove into my chest and grasped something deep with