Title: W H E R E are you?
LUXURIA - October 10, 2011 04:15 AM (GMT)
The vampire had always been one to stick by her siblings and she had always believed that her siblings would stick by her, apparently though, this wasn't true. It hadn't been a surprise at which sibling it had been to stab her in the back, almost literally, but it had still come as a surprise in general. Niklaus was always one to do what he needed to do in order to get what he wanted and when he knew that none of his family supported his quest to break the curse against him, when none of them were willing to help become his full hybrid self, well, apparently he had done exactly what he thought he needed to do. She had heard about her siblings dropping like flies so she should have known what was happening. She should have been completely aware of what was going to happen but when Niklaus had come for her, she hadn't seen him coming. She should have prepared herself and because she hadn't, she had ended up in that damn box for far too long.
The woman wasn't sure who had set her free as she was alone when she finally woke up from quite the rest, but she knew she was grateful to them. There was a scent she had caught when she had crawled out of that damn casket (Niklaus' way of being 'kind' to his family after killing them, she supposed) but that wasn't her priority at that moment. Her priority was to get out of there, feed and find out exactly when she was. She would have some catching up to do if it were any decades or centuries since she had last walked the Earth.
Feeding had been first and Luxuria had made sure she had had quite a meal. Normally she would make sure that she didn't kill anyone, she was careful when she fed although even if she were to get caught or murders were to be pinned on her, she wouldn't need to face justice. Being a vampire definitely had its perks. Today though, she was starving and she didn't care how many people she fed on or killed. How many years did she have to make up for? She didn't know but it would possibly be a lot, compared to all the attire that people had on. Women were in pants and revealing tops, men weren't as polite as they used to be, nothing was the same. 2011, that was the year she had found out. Well, well, she had been asleep for quite some time. It didn't take much longer for Luxuria to be in a proper wardrobe thanks to one of her female victims. Using the reflection of a window, she checked herself out to make sure she looked fine, like she would blend in.
Looting wasn't something she usually did but she needed information about this year. It didn't help her though because everything she found made no sense to her. Some kind of shiny tablet with a half-eaten apple picture on the back? What good would that be? There was paper which she assumed was money because of the numbers on each of them, and although she didn't need it, she pocketed it anyway. "Thank you, sweetie.. you've been of some help, at least," she muttered toward the body before she dashed away from the scene, heading into the closest town. Right now she was trying to track both the person who set her free and her brother.
LUZ ANA HOLGUIN - October 12, 2011 01:25 AM (GMT)
As Luz followed the trail of dead bodies through the still, chilly night, she became more and more disgusted with this vampire as the death toll rose. It was one thing to kill a human, but this many in one night? This vampire was a ripper. The scent of death was strong in the air, and it smelled all too familiar. In 1782 Spain, death ruled over everything. The air was thick and heavy, and everything appeared to have a dullness to it, like the sun never completely shone. Death was an old acquaintance of Luz’s, as it had claimed everyone she’d ever known shortly before it claimed her. Death brought the stillness that was in the night now, though there was no reason that those people should have died.
Luz was catching up with the other vampire, the next body she found was still warm. All she had to do was follow the trail of dripping blood the vampire left, and then she found her. Luz stayed concealed in the darkness around a corner as she waited for an opportune moment to strike. Seeing the dead girl in such an old looking dress, and the vampire now wearing the girl’s modern clothes, Luz shook her head in disapproval. Looting a body was down right disrespectful. Then it dawned on Luz that the dress looked like it predated her, it was certainly an older design than anything she had ever worn. Nevertheless, older vampires needed to be held accountable just like young vampires. So when the ripper turned her back to look at her reflection in a window, Luz moved quick as a blur and pushed the other woman into the wall that held the window, and used all her strength and body weight to pin her.
LUXURIA - October 12, 2011 06:04 AM (GMT)
Luxuria was hungry. To her, it didn't matter what she did, who she would kill, as long as she got her full. It would be a bad idea and she knew that but she was an Original and if she could compel every single person she ran into, every single police officer or anyone else, she didn't care. Anger was what fueled her farther and until she found Niklaus, she wouldn't end. Okay, so she wouldn't go on a murdering spree but until she was completely satisfied. The hunger she was feeling now was like nothing she had ever felt before and quite frankly she was as starving as the definition could become.
Feeding had never been a problem for her and as she was moving through the streets of this new time, she didn't have a plan of stopping untl she was completely full, but she was reaching that level and soon, she felt it. The trail of bodies she had left behind hadn't been as much as she was expecting but it was there and she was fine with it. A body count wasn't a problem with her, it had never been. Yes, it may have been a completely different year, a completelt different decade, perhaps even century but she didn't care. With her power, she wasn't about to be scared of what could possibly happen to her. Please, what could happen?
Luxuria's questtion was answer almost as soon as she had answered it. Before she could fight back, she found someone tackling her and her back hit an alley wall roughly. A loud grunt came from the Original and at first she debated just remaining against the brick wall but her vampire instincts kicked in almost immediately and she grabbed the individual by her arms and flipped their positions, shoving the woman against the wall as hard as she could. Seconds after, she changed her mind and, keeping a strong grip on the woman's arms, Luxuria threw her from her grip, but jumped over and grabbed her yet again, shoving her down onto the ground as she settled on top of her, straddling the woman's lap.
"It would be of your best interest to get your hands off of me," she warned. The veins around her eyes were visible, eyes bloodshot and her fangs bared. There were no signs to show that she was an Original vampire, but her strength would overpower anyone that would try to take her down. Every vampire should of heard of the Originals but not who each one was.. This woman was about to find out exactly who Luxuria was.
LUZ ANA HOLGUIN - October 16, 2011 03:23 PM (GMT)
Of all the creatures with such a disregard for human life, vampires were the worst. So many of them just took for their own pleasure, not caring about the human's suffering. Those vampires disgusted Luz. They all had started out human themselves, after all. Couldn't they remember what it was like to feel fear or pain? Murder was wrong, no matter who the perpetrator or the victim.
Normally when Luz found a ripper, she'd bide her time and call on a friend or two that held her same beliefs for reinforcements. However, normally even rippers only claimed one or two victims in one night. Their body count took days to reach what this vampire had wracked up in a matter of minutes. There was no time to wait and let the killing spree continue, Luz knew she had to act. True, it was stupid and a bit reckless, but this vampire needed to know that she wasn't immune to the consequences of her actions.
But almost instantly after Luz attacked the other woman, she was the one pinned against the hard brick. The force that the other vampire put behind the shove knocked the wind from Luz's lungs. Then, in the time it took her to blink, she was on the ground with the other brunette holding her down. Luz tried to push the woman off, but her grip was like iron. Growling in frustration, Luz's face also changed, the veins around her eyes darkening and standing out and her fangs protruding.
Luz gave an animalistic snarl at what the other woman said. "I could say the same for you." She tried to sound menacing, but that was hard to do when you were the one with your shoulders flat on the mat. Luz knew she was in trouble, it was obvious by her massive strength that this vampire was far older than her. This was one fight she should've held off on.
LUXURIA - November 1, 2011 11:53 PM (GMT)
Luxuria couldn't remember the last time she had felt like this, it must have been the extreme hunger that was running through her entire body. She had had good amounts of anger moments, and she had been exceptionally hungry from time to time but right now, it was over the top. Whether or not to rip off this vampire's head was the one thought that was going through her mind. The Original had had a body count in the past so what she was doing now wasn't something that she believed was a big deal. Then again, in the past, she had known how to cover her tracks and clean up her mess, tonight she just didn't care about doing so. Right now, she wanted to get her hunger satisfied and not worry about the trail of bodies that would be following her. She wouldn't be caught for the murders, she couldn't be caught, so why worry?
Growling, the brunette kept her grip on the other brunette vampire strong, wanting to demostrate just how much of a mistake it had been to try and stop her. And the fact that she was trying to scare Luxuria was enough to gain a laugh or two but the youngest Original didn't find herself doing that. Instead, she kept her grip nice and firm as she stared down at the woman, fangs still bared as she had been threatened. "Do you have any idea who I am? Your threats don't intimidate me so you better learn your place." Standing, Luxuria kept her hold on the woman before she shoved her toward the wall. Yes, she could have easily killed this vampire but that wasn't the kind of kill she was looking for tonight, although her hunger was slowly disappearing. Perhaps she wouldn't need to make anymore kills, but she would definitely have to find a place to stay in order to wash up and settle into whatever year this was.
The woman took in a breath and wiped her lips before looking back at the other vampire, taking in every bit of her. "Why don't you become useful and point me in the direction of a nice hotel? I'm going to need some pampering." As she waited, Luxuria flattened out her shirt, once again looking at herself and still wondering how women of this age were really going around in clothing like that.
LUZ ANA HOLGUIN - November 8, 2011 10:52 PM (GMT)
As Luz remained pinned to the ground, with the older vampire still baring her fangs, Luz became more irritated than anything else, especially when the other vampire told her that she needed to learn her place. When Luz was finally pulled back to her feet and released, she had a snarky retort in mind, but then thought better of saying it aloud. It's better to lose one fight and live to restrategize. Though that didn't mean she was any less pissed when she reigned herself in and made her fangs disappear.
Just as Luz prepared to make an escape, the other brunette spoke again, this time wanting to know where should could go to be pampered. That earned her a venomous glare from Luz. Rippers didn't deserve a damn thing, much less a luxurious hotel. "There's a motel about three miles west of here." Luz purposefully gave the woman information for the worst motel in town, but gave her information nonetheless in her own interest of getting out of this situation alive so that she could return another day with reinforcements and knowledge of the enemy. Killers like this one couldn't be allowed to continue with their existence.
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