It was the last thing Amelia heard of her mother before the alien had snapped her neck. Amelia didn’t see it, but the sickening crack was enough to tell her that. Amelia bursted out the door, and ran amongst the trees. She could hear the alien not far behind her. “You’re not going to get away that easily.”, he growled, and she was tackled to the ground. The weight on top of her held her down like a deadweight. She was flipped over, and she could clearly see the alien. She froze in fear.
He grinned, his yellow, pointed teeth glistening. “Thought you could make it.”, he mocked her, “How pathetic. Too bad Shadow couldn’t save you all.”. Who’s Shadow? She thought, but before she could ask, she was lifted up and thrown into the ravine. The cold water made her shiver. She slowly got up, wishing that her boyfriend Damion was still alive. The grey hedgehog gave his life to protect her family. Now she was left. She was all alone.
The alien approached, but she took off, darting in a zigzag fashion in order to keep the alien off of her. She looked behind her to see if he was in her sight. She then turned left and crawled into a log. She faced the only entrance in hopes he wouldn’t see her. She heard him approach the log. She slowly grabbed a handful of sand in her left hand. She slowly came out, looking around cautiously.
His growl was heard behind her, and in a swift reaction, she threw the sand into his yellow eyes. He rubbed his eyes, snarling in rage. She clambered out of the ravine, and ran further into the forest. He just won’t quit, will he? She snarled in her own mind as she heard his determined roar behind her. She decided that she had enough, and she whipped around and threw a punch at the alien. He dodged the blow, and lashed out with his claws, striking her across the chest.
The gash was deep, and she roared in agony. She dropped to her knees, blood welling up and gushing out of the wound. She glared at the alien, and in her fury, she leaped up and landed a punch. Blow after blow, she began to pulverize him, until he whipped her with his tail. She fell on her back. The blood loss began to make her feel dizzy, and she couldn’t get up. She was too weakened to do it. The alien cackled, “Such a pathetic attack. Well, it’s time to die.”. She barely heard what came next when a black and red blur kicked the alien back hard. The black and red hedgehog picked her up, then dashed off, following the river.
Amelia, half conscious, looked at the hedgehog weakly, “...D-Damion...?”. The hedgehog didn’t stop running, nor did he look down at her, but his voice was… soothing. “No. I’m not Damion. But we’ll discuss this when we get back to G.U.N.”. Amelia couldn’t hear anymore and lost consciousness, and everything went to black.