Who: Glory and Billie Jenkins. It begins! What: Brains. Nom Nom Where: Lawrence Streets When: Late Afternoon, 23rd Rating: PG for brain sucking Status: In progress
The vampire woman had totally stolen her thunder with her little orpahn vampy trick. Lame. That kid could have grown up to...well, nothing really, that kid would have died anyway when she opened the portal to get home. Really Drucilla had done it a favour. But way to be flashy. Orphanages. Really? Not that Glory was sulking or feeling upstaged or anything but really? Orphanages were so last year, and tacky. It was better, in the hell gods opinion to go for the heart, to go for the gut wrenching emotional pain that was so yummy to her when she tasted it, and truth was, Glory was hungry. And why shouldn't she be. It had been a while since she'd taken someones mind. All their thoughts, every beautiful twisted little emotion, happy or sad all rolled into one cacocophny."Do you hear the tune. They don't" she asked the little minion to her left, he'd gone with her, cause he said she was babbling and needed to be guided a little, He nodded all the same, generally they didn't argue with the great and benevolent Glorificus.
"Yes O resplendant and naturally pretty one" he said scanning around the streets. Why she'd decided to go for a walk and not let them bring her food he didn't know. Glory reasons. He supposed the mind of a hell god was beyond that of a minion. And he was happy with his minion-y lot in life. He'd get to go back to their dimension. Bask in her godly glow and favour.
"They don't hear it you see, the conductor doesn't know her beats, doesn't hear the drumming or the chords. Misses the plan. Too busy looking in, into where her heart beats out a cowardly tune. Protects, protects, protects. Listen, Listen??" she insisted as she looked out into the crowded street.
Oh yes, the conductor was missing her cues. Glory could tell.
"Jinxy" she said to the minion "Its gonna be trippy. Like the sunshine when its night".
The Hell God laughed and cast her eyes on the beat that had been missed.