As Takeshi was about to deliver the final strike to end a Vampires life, he saw his men suddenly collapsing around him before he felt light headed himself. Quickly delivering the blow, he growled. How dare they use such underhanded tricks to defeat them. Vowing revenge, he finally lost conciousness.
Feeling a burning sensation across his wrist and ankle, Takeshi finally regained his conscious to find that all his surviving men had all been captured, including Faust. With all his men rounded up and chained with silver, he looked around him looking for a way to escape. If they’d gone this far to capture them, perhaps the Vongola leader would finally reveal himself.
The Vampire kept a straight face as he watched the other Vampires interrogate the Lycans who were left alive after the first attack. The Leader would most likely survive it. The question is who could possibly be the leader among them? It can be anyone of those Lycans who are tied up in chains at the moment. It can be an ordinary looking Lycan or it can be… a woman for all they know.
He taunted as most of the cuts quickly healed. Firing several quick shots at him, he smirked as he saw one of his bullets hit it’s mark. Judging from the look on the Vampires face, he could tell he hadn’t been expecting to feel pain from the bullet.
Watching as the Lycan lost consciousness, he kept a straight face. It certainly took time before the drug began to affect her system. The blonde had his suspicions why but he was still unsure. She must have possessed a unique ability in her blood so that is why most of her cuts healed rather quickly and it slowed the drug effect a lot as well. Rein could see that the other remaining Lycans had died or lost consciousness. It was good. It meant things are going as planned.
After hours of searching for Mateo, Takeshi had finally managed to locate him in mexico where he had been in hiding for the last few months. After getting all the information that he had needed to know, within twenty-four hours, he had finished all preparations he needed and was now currently boarding a plane to Mexico.
Thinking about what he had done to Tsuna, he hated himself for not trusting Tsuna in the first place and for being easily deceived to the point where he had even called off their engagement.
Finally landing in Mexico, Takeshi wasted no time. He had found out from a reliable source that at this time Mateo was currently hiding out in the countryside in the Villa he had secretly built in case of emergencies.
It had been two days since that incident with Elysa in Egypt. The Decimo had no choice but to return to Italy as soon as he can since he can’t leave for too long. Work was piling up and without him in control of the main house things might go bad. Tsuna can’t risk that so now here he was now in his office working on a few documents.
His thoughts drifted away, worry seen on his features. He learned right after the interrogation that his rain guardian left and boarded a plane to Mexico. Tsuna wanted to catch up to him but it was too late. Yamamoto didn’t even state the reason why he left and Tsuna was afraid to ask why or contact any of his subordinates. He felt that he should give Yamamoto sometime to think about things.
Tsuna sighed. He placed the pen he held on the table and stood up. He walked to the large window overlooking a part of the manor’s large garden. All he can do now is wait and pray that Yamamoto does come back and he is safe.
Deflecting the blow with his revolver, Faust quickly took aim and fired several bullets in his direction. Gripping his twin weapons he knew he would be a difficult opponent compared to the other vampires he had just fought, it was clear to him that from the way the other vampires and looked at him in fear and had easily followed his orders, his status was quite high.
“A Vampire who doesn’t care about race. My my, that is quite rare.”
Managing to dodge and deflect most of the attacks sent his way. Jumping away from his enemy, he quickly changed the bullet cartridge to something more suitable. Unlike the old bullets he was using before, these were specially prepared for Vampires.
Swiftly, he avoided the bullets the Lycan fired by moving a few steps to the side. He charged at her with speed once more, swinging his light rapier as fast as he can. She had managed to evade most of his attacks and jumped away. Rein stayed at the spot where he stood and stared at her, unmoving and just observing. The Vampire had an amused look on his face. He was certainly enjoying this more than he expected. She’s a strong one, he thought. A well trained Lycan.
“When one who has seen the world far more than most have, one learns not to care about unnecessary things.” He stated with a smile.
The blonde attacked once more, disappearing in a second and appearing the next. The blonde delivered rapid attacks with his sword, managing to injure her with varying sizes of cuts throughout her body.
Despite how many he killed, more and more kept coming at him. He could feel himself slowly growing tired but Takeshi wouldn’t go down without a fight. Surrounded by his men who were guarding him while fighting for their own lives against their enemy, growling to out loud, he silently wondered how they would make it out of this as things were clearly not looking good for the Lycans.
Tsuna could feel it. Something wasn’t right. He couldn’t put a finger on it but he knew that something was surely going to happen later. Time is ticking and it wouldn’t take long now before they round the last remaining Lycans and he would finally meet the leader of this notorious pack of wolves.
As the Lycan removed her mask, he was finally able to see her face. And just as he expected she was breathtaking. Perhaps one of the most beautiful Lycans he had ever laid his eyes on. Such a waste, he thought to himself. She was lovely, brave, and strong. She had everything the blonde looked for in a woman. If only they didn’t meet here in the first place…
“That’s sad to hear.” He frowned. “I on the other hand given the choice whether to spare your life or not, wouldn’t kill you. I told you… I liked you.” He stared at the Lycan straight in the eye. “I’m one of those rare cases who do not care about race.” He smiled. “Unfortunately, I’m under strict orders and I’m not one who disobeys the wishes of my Lord.”
And with that the blonde disappeared from view and reappeared behind the female Lycan.
“If only we met sooner, perhaps things might end up differently.” He whispered before raising his rapier and swiftly attacked the Lycan.
Spitting out blood, she glanced up with Tsuna with one eye swollen. It had been hours since they had begun torturing her, she could feel several bones already broken. Her clothes were now torn and stained with her on blood and she wasn’t sure how much more she could take.
Unaware that Takeshi was in the other room she smirked, blood staining her teeth. “Even if I don’t make it out of here alive, the fact that I managed to break you two up is good enough for me. Too bad that coward Mateo was too afraid to finish and is now in hiding, he was supposed to do more to you when you were drugged that day.”
Tsuna’s hands were shaking, eyes wide from what he heard from Elysa. She finally admitted it and he was sure Takeshi heard it. One of the Decimo’s subordinates whispered it to him when the interrogation was in process that he was there listening outside.
Elysa and Mateo were really the one who was trying to split them up. It was all part of their plan. That day that he woke up and he couldn’t remember anything. He was drugged and Elysa let Yamamoto see Mateo and him in bed. Now everything made perfect sense. He was right Elysa and Mateo was really behind everything.
Tsuna gripped his hands. His eyes full of rage. He stepped closer to Elysa, eyeing her with hate. Tsuna inched closer to her and whispered to her ear.
“Takeshi is watching…” He said before breaking her neck, killing her instantly.
Tsuna backed away slowly; tears streamed down his face, his hands still shook. He sunk to the floor as his subordinates rushed to him asking if he was all right. He didn’t answer right away as he still in a bit of a daze.
“Finally… everything is over.” He told himself as he gripped his hands.