RP: The Terror of Night Date: June 19 (shortly after midnight), 2006 Characters: Fenrir, Natasha, werewolves, aurors if they wish Location: in the south of England Private/Public: Public to Aurors Rating: R Warnings: Mentions of death, torture and rape Summary: Fenrir knows how to put terror in people, and set out to do so in the light of the full moon.
The village before them was dark and quiet, nothing moving through the dark other than a tabby cat or a hedgehog looking for something to eat. The human inhabitants of the village, wizards and Muggles alike, were sleeping soundly as the full moon shone on their houses, unaware of the threat of the pack overseeing the houses below.
It had been some time since they've staged an attack like this. Full blown, large, forceful. Not since Perth. It was time. Natasha was strong enough to join them now, as were several other new members of the flock.
Fenrir turned his head, looking at his pack, his eyes falling onto a young gangly wolf with eager, hungry eyes. It was impossible to tell that only a few short months ago, he'd been a Muggle teenager watching in terror as his family was slaughtered. If a werewolf could smile, Fenrir did, before turning back to his mate, nuzzling her slightly before throwing his head back – howling into the night just before setting off, the others close on his heel as they closed the distance to the helpless village below, the screams of their helpless victims soon filling the air as the pack sated their hunger for blood.
It was on a village empty of life that the sun would rise the next morning. A ghost town, doors lose on their hinges, windows smashed – and the streets filled with the dead, the massacred, the raped and tortured. No escape would be found by those trapped in the village. No escape, no mercy, no easy way out. There would only be death, painful, hurtful, terror. Even the hedgehog looking for food would be dead come morning. No survivors, but plenty of evidence. It was time to put the scare back in the people of the wizarding world. They should know how defenceless they really were.