Rebirth ch2Chapter 2Rebirth ch2 by bubblesage
The building fell dark, and his hands still stung red from his white-knuckled grasp. He dashed along the hallways, hope dying with every step. Gasping for breath, he muttered to himself nearly to tears, "First $#%*, then my blood brother... I won't lose her... I can't lose her..!"
He kept his breakneck pace and eventually reached a hallway with a dead end, save for a door on the final wall. It was the last room on the floor; the room that he wanted no, needed to see. Her room. His breath caught in his throat as he froze staring at the door. A shiver ran down his back, then his hand inched forward to the doorknob. It wavered back and forth, his conscious fighting itself. He found himself unable to move as his fingers finally touched it.
A face grew on the door. At first, a shallow imprint, almost an outline; it grew outwards with more defining features. Features he found all to familiar; Her features stared back at him.
"Why? Why didn't you save them?! Why didn't you sa
The Copper War-The Cog is DeadThis song is performed by The Cog Is Dead.The Cog Is Dead:The Copper War
Verdigris Patina was a peaceful little town
The home of Wilbur Redpot, finest coppersmith around
He was famous for his products, as they sold extremely well
Competitors were livid as their business income fell
Now, Alexander Copperplate, a man from out of town,
Declared his gang was coming soon to shoot poor Wilbur down
The town was in a panic, they knew something should be done
And they had till morning sun!
So saddle up your steam-bike and put your goggles on
We've got to be prepared or else we'll all be dead by dawn
Copperplate is coming and his eyes are seeing red,
And he's after Wilbur's head!
The townsfolk got together and they figured out a plan
They knew they'd have to do their best to save their fellow man
And, though they had no weapons, they all had a lot of brains:
They'd build machines to leave their villain in a world of pain
So Wilbur brought the copper, old Frank supplied the steel;
Bob and Sue had