Razer's Origin (Fan Made) Part 3*(The scene where Razer leaves Ilana to join the militia happens here)
Razer walked deeper and deeper into the city; each step brought him closer to the enrollment office, and farther from Ilana. His mind brought up the moment he'd left her again. He wished he'd have kissed her lips had he not been in such a rush to be sure he got away before he broke down. Then it hit him that if he'd done anything more than kiss her forehead, then he would NEVER have been able to let her go.
As he trudged on, he couldn't help but picture her waiting for him when he came home. The war would be over and he'd no longer have to worry about her safety. They would be free to marry at last. They might build another farmhouse on Ilana's family's land, settle down, raise a few children, be happy.
That was what came to him again while he entered the building that had—as secretly as possible—been converted into the civilian army headquarters and stood in line waiting to enter the enrollment office.
He was but o
Razer's Origin (Fan Made) Part 2A few weeks later, his parents and Marvel were out during the morning of a nonschool day at the party of a friend, so he used the time he was supposed to take on chores to slam the door, scream "This house is clean ENOUGH!", and leave. With his arms crossed over his chest and his head down, he trudged through the streets.
Judging by the almost silence in the air, he was not only alone, but the fighting had moved on and was now far away. He wouldn't look up at the recent damage done by last night's fire raid, but he made sure he knew where he was and didn't fall over any rubble.
When he made it to the outskirts of the city he decided to soon turn around and return home so that he could say he did something and not be found out. As he kept walking, he began to hear a low, depressed and animalistic whimpering; he walked in the direction of the source and was soon close enough to realize it was someone crying.
He almost walked past the thin recess between two buildings when he stopped, whi