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Author:Sugralinov, Dan [Sugralinov, Dan]

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Published: 2018-07-09T16:00:00+00:00

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Chapter Eighteen. The Best Intentions

“Parents are like God because you wanna know they’re out there, and you want them to think well of you, but you really only call when you need something.”

Chuck Palahniuk, Invisible Monsters

 

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Author:Sugralinov, Dan [Sugralinov, Dan] , Date: July 11, 2019

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Author:Sugralinov, Dan [Sugralinov, Dan]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Magic Dome Books

Published: 2018-07-09T16:00:00+00:00
Chapter Eighteen. The Best Intentions

“Parents are like God because you wanna know they’re out there, and you want them to think well of you, but you really only call when you need something.”

Chuck Palahniuk, Invisible Monsters

I’D ONLY FOUGHT twice in my entire lifetime. The first time was in kindergarten when I and some other girl squabbled over a toy. The second time was in college over some girl with another guy who was puny but quite testy. I’d lost both times.

The third time was no different.

I lay sprawled on the ground. It felt so unfair that I very nearly opened the interface, itching to activate Optimization and invest all my available points into some combat skill. Still, I forced myself to act rationally. I needed to get a grip. My attacking the drunkard had been a very stupid thing to do in the first place.

So I opened the logs instead and stared at the damage stats :

Chopping blow (44)

Punch (118)

Still, my Health seemed to be restoring quite fast. My own awkward punch had only dealt him 13 pt. damage.

The figures spoke for themselves: I had to level up some combat skills. Street fighting, boxing, karate, whatever. Also, my poor Agility was to blame. That would have to be addressed as well.

I supported myself on one shoulder and peered at the hoods. Alik was busy explaining something to Yagoza, pointing at me, at his new shirt and at the bottles.

Yagoza seemed to ask him about something.

Alik nodded and headed toward me. “You okay? Feeling better?”

“Sort of,” I grabbed at his proffered hand and scrambled to my feet. “Why would you keep company with somebody like that?”

“Eh, you know… Yagoza’s asking you to come and talk to him,” Alik said, watching me brush the dirt off my clothes. “Don’t worry, he only wants to have a word with you.”

I was about to say something proud and stupid, something along the lines of “If he wants to talk to me, let him come and do it himself.” Or should I just tell him I had more important things to do? Why should I bother? I was going to move out, anyway. I might never see them again for all that I knew. Why should I stoop to their level?

Instead, I looked up at the pavilion. The men’s gazes were watchful and expectant.

“All right,” I mumbled as I followed Alik. It was probably better to finish all this here and now.

I might have appeared in control but according to the system, I wasn’t. My pulse was off the scale. I’d never been good at socializing with their sort of people. I tensed up in expectation of another punch — this time in the eye maybe — or another illogical intimidation attempt on their part.

I focused, trying to pretend this was just another sales pitch. I had to sell myself to them in such a way that I wouldn’t have to worry about their attitude toward me anymore.

I was pressed for time, too. Kira would arrive any minute now, and I still had the dog to walk.

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