Monster Control [S-2 D-1]Scene 2
>>Dylan is waking up the next day.
>>He sniffs, yawns, and rolls over.
>>He opens his eyes a little to check his clock.
>>Dylan panics and launches himself out of bed.
>>He curses to himself as he puts his pants on backwards. He curses again as he falls over trying to turn them around.
>>He doesn’t even get his shirt on before he’s in the car. He roughly drops his laptop on the passenger seat and drives off.
>>Dylan gets to the traffic lights at the turn off to Mountain Road before he remembers he’s not wearing his seatbelt. He doesn’t bother putting it on.
>>He checks the clock as he waits to turn.
>>It’s 1PM. He’s an hour late and he knows the drive is another 30 minutes.
>>He knowingly goes over the speed limit up Mountain Road.
>>He has to stop his car at the fence Tess had built.
>>It’s a tall chainlink fence with a padlock on the gate.
>>Dylan is annoyed, but climbs the fence.
The Prophecy - Popular+LiteralThe Prophecy - Popular Adaption
The war will rage longer then lives will last,
Many shall fall and many shall pass.
Seek alliance with three who turn in their sleep.
Dreaming things real, dreaming things bleak.
Wails and screams are heard in the night,
For none can escape the Soul Seer’s sight.
She’ll snatch you away, this ally of death,
While the Daughter of Daughters steals your last breath.
You’ll never reach High-World, of that they are sure,
For the Star Catcher’s cruel and stands guard at the door.
To serve under them is to walk on thin thread,
But be not their enemy, for all those are dead.
The Prophecy - Literal Translation
The war will last a longer time than lives.
Too many shall die in its fight.
There are three you must seek in this nightmare.
They see the horror of our future.
Under the cloak of dark they will slay, with the Soul Seer as their guide.
The Daughter of Daughters is the bringer of the afterlife.
She will be the death of th
Monster Control - Meeting Mrs Dilyn [S-1 D-1]Scene 1
>>Scene opens with Dylan Chance trying to write his resume.
>>He is sitting at his laptop in the corner of a café.
>>He reads it out loud to himself:
>>”Dylan Chance; born 1995. Experienced journalist seeking employment within popular news venue.” [“Hmm… No. What about”] “High school drop out desperate for well paying job!”
>>He groans, curses his writer’s block and starts arguing with himself under his breath. (“If I actually got out and saw something, maybe I wouldn’t have such an awful writers block. Ugh, I need to get to the city ASAP. This place is killing me-Well hello beautiful.”)
>>Dylan stops arguing with himself as Bianca Cole walks in.
>>Bianca sees him staring and gives a grin while rolling her eyes. (“Bianca, what a… CHANCE, encounter!” “Did you really just make a pun out of your own name…?” “I don’t