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What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 13

On June 12th 1996, the Government of Canada and the United States Military formed an exploratory commission to investigate what remained of the silver mines of Alaska. The group lost contact with mother base, and was never seen again. Concerned by the outcome of the exploratory commission, Canada and the US collaborated once more on […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 12

Eustace. I know this call is late, but it’s important. I forgot to give something to Kalvin. It’s a video his mother recorded before she died. She entrusted it to me years ago because she didn’t trust Tim to show it to him. I suppose every couple has their challenges… Anyway. I feel awful for […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 10

The Finishers will adhere to these laws until only the wolves created by God remain. They will follow the one deemed Commander until such paradise is reached. Law 1: A werewolf’s existence will not be tolerated. Monsters must never know comfort. Their lives are agonizing and brief. Law 2: Suspected werewolves face due process and […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 9

Dan returned to the pale hills of wind and ash. The gray sun beckoned over the horizon in a chord of despair. The void lapped the blood from his fingers. Somehow, Dan knew the blood was not his own. He looked about the air for sounds of life only to find that the wolves had […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 8

“Big Bear” detonated in Northern Alaska nearly 200 miles from the Arctic Circle on September 25th, 1988. It was the first recorded deaths of werewolves that did not involve the use of silver. The settlement of Leek Denaa was confirmed destroyed, and mining operations continued with the aid of hazmat suits and iodine pills to […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 6

“What do you remember about your father growing up?” “Not much to tell–strict, intense, distant. I have less a memory of him than a general feeling of dread.” “Where does that dread come from specifically?” “When my mom got the job, they would scream at each other for hours. When it got really heated Ron […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 5

The oath of MIR was formed out of a tradition of public service. Each new recruit is sworn in after reciting the oath from memory during the induction ceremony. It is through this tradition that each officer better understands their commitment to the infected and the ravages of Lycantrosis. It is the sworn duty of […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 4

The history of Leek Denaa (loosely translated to “Men of the Wolf”) traces its origin to 1986, four years after the first recorded case of Lycantrosis in the United States. Extreme prejudice against werewolves and their families caused population displacement into unincorporated U.S. land. With its low population and harsh weather, Alaska became an ideal […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 3

The droning of the void returned muffled and dying as Dan hunted for its source. He raced down the cold corridors of a dizzying, dark hive. Red lights trailed overhead with each snapping turn. Dan feared his heart would give out as his momentum blurred his vision. Walls ceased to stop him now, and water […]

What Teeth They Had: Book 2 Chapter 2

Persons aiding in the termination of the wolf-blooded will be kept nameless. Acts of charity are best kept anonymous. Annex to The Doctrine – July 7th 2015 Herein under the discretion of sanctioning bodies. Infected individuals –in exchange for immunity and/or monetary sum–may also be conscripted in the termination of other infected. This agreement must […]