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He didn’t like it and it wasn’t just because of the instinct that told him that he shouldn’t be here.
"Farkus something is wrong." Deino mouthed to him when she looked up into his eyes.
Farkus growled as he thought about it and he stopped following the vampires that had been leading them inside.
"What is wrong?" one vampire snapped suspiciously.
"Nothing is wrong my friend and I simply do not wish to enter. We would not impose on you." Deino said smoothly.
"It would be no trouble at all. We welcome the company here." Another vampire said quickly.
The vampires were starting to turn to face them shifting as if trying to get ready for an attack without it being obvious. Deino and Farkus had no trouble seeing it for what it was though, they were after all experienced warriors.
"Where is Malcor?" Deino asked them her eyes narrowing at them.
The vampires hissed then and she gave a hiss in turn as they all started to shift forward into feral crouches leaning towards the two.
"Malcor is here no more the old fool thought he could keep us from achieving being true vampires. He was too caught in his old dreams of being civilized to heed our words." The first vampire said.
"We did away with the old one. We had no choice, we could not live how he asked." A female snarled "I see we will have to do the same to you and your beast now."
Farkus knew there were too many of them for them to have a chance if they stayed. Quickly, Farkus took Deino and tossed her onto his back so that he would be free to run on all fours. Running like that there would be no creature alive that could overtake him, even the vampires.
He waited till she was held on tight then he turned and launched himself down the path that they had taken to get there. He ran hard his beast blood thrilling at being let loose in a run, the only thing missing was the hunt that would make this complete. He didn’t let his mind linger long on the thoughts of a hunt not when he had a coven of angry vampires to worry about.
He kept running till they reached the road that they had found and then he started running back towards the Whiterun territory.
"Farkus wait we need to find somewhere to hide. A cave perhaps, I won’t make it back to Whiterun like this. Not when the sun comes up." Deino said above the sounds of his hard breathing.
So listening to the vampire woman he began his search for somewhere to keep them safe overnight he knew it wouldn’t be long till the sun comes up.
He managed to find an abandoned mine tunnel that was filled with bandits before his beast blood wore off. Once his beast blood wore off he went inside and cleared out the mine so he could bring her inside to safety.
Farkus came outside and lifted Deino into his arms gently taking her back inside to the mine. He carried her until he found the room that the bandits were using as sleeping quarters and he laid her down on one of the beds. He could see when he laid her down that her face was very pale, even for a dark elf.
He thought about how her leg had been injured and he pulled back the armor on her leg to check the wound. The wound was an angry pink line on either side of her ankle but the armor fabric was soaked with blood from the time that the wound had been open.
"Would a potion help?" he asked concerned.
"I’m afraid not my friend. The wound was open long enough that the blood I lost was enough to make me weak. If I were to try traveling in direct sunlight now I would burn and die." She replied not opening her eyes.
"Is there something I could do to help you?"
His question was met with silence. Farkus knew she was keeping something from him and it would possibly aid in her healing.
"What can I do?" Farkus demanded.
"I wouldn’t ask it of you." She said softly "If you’re worried they’ll find us in the light then go get help."
"I’m not leaving you here alone. What do you need?"
"I need to replace the blood I lost but I am too weak to do it by hunting." She whispered
Farkus had to listen hard to hear what she said and it took him a minute to understand what she meant. She needed fresh blood to replace the blood she had lost when caught in the trap. She would need him to either hunt a fresh blood supply for her or he would have to volunteer to be the fresh blood. He didn’t really want to go hunt a human for her to bite but he wasn’t sure he liked the idea of being bit himself.
"Your bite won’t kill me will it?" he asked her sitting on the floor beside the bed.
"No I do not think I will need that much blood." Deino said smiling slightly.
"Oh well good than. What should I do?" Farkus asked looking at her uncomfortably.
"You don’t have to do this you know."
"You need help I am happy to aid you."
"Don’t lie to me Companion you don’t want me to feed from you. You’re doing it because you know I need your help."
Farkus remained silent as she opened her eyes and looked into his brown eyes. She noticed as if for the first time the cloudy look to one of his eyes and realized that he was blind in his right eye. She smiled, he was no less a warrior for what most would call a handicap.
"What do I need to do to help you?" he asked suddenly seeming a lot more confident.
"Lay on the bed next to me." Deino said "I will try to handle the rest from there."
Farkus laid down on the bed beside her, wondering why he felt so excited now at the prospect of her feeding from him when a minute ago he dreaded it. Then he jerked as if realizing what had happened had been a physical blow, vampires were good at thrall magic. She must have used her thrall magic to make him feel more at ease around her.
He didn’t really have time to ask her about it before he felt her body curl against his making him automatically take her in his arms holding her closer.
"See that’s not so bad is it?" She said with a chuckle.
Farkus blushed as he remembered his conversation with his twin brother from the day before. He shifted wondering why she would want to get that close to him since she had overheard that conversation.
"It will only hurt for a moment what you feel when I start to drink depends on you." Deino said leaning towards his throat touching her lips to him.
"Why me?" he asked sounding a little breathless, he scowled at that.
He wasn’t one of those men who let a woman take his breath away.
"It depends on what you feel for me Companion Farkus because you’re true desires are revealed when I drink from you. Much like you, see who you really are when the beast blood is upon you." Deino explained "Are you ready?"
Farkus nodded without another word and prepared for the sting of her bite.
The first feeling of her biting him wasn’t very painful like he thought it might be. She was surprisingly gentle even when in dire need of blood, it felt like a simple pin prick. After was another matter entirely, no it didn’t hurt like he thought it might either. It felt good. Really good. It was like nothing he had ever experienced before, the pure pleasure shooting through his veins.
It was better than the beast blood, it was better than a night with Sadia at the Bannered Mare.
Farkus moaned pulling her even tighter against his body and she moaned into the skin against his neck as she continued to drink from him. He put his hand to the back of her neck cupping it gently so that he was holding her more to him then her having to use her effort. Then he laid on his back pulling her on top of him.
He didn’t want that feeling to end he didn’t want her to stop drinking from him. Farkus did want to know what more of the dark elf woman would feel like, how she’d sound, and what she would ay to him.
But suddenly her mouth left his throat and she licked the wound closing it off so that he wouldn’t bleed anymore. Once she had removed her teeth and mouth from his neck he felt shaky, tired too he felt very tired. But he still felt the residual effects of her feeding burning through him eager to feel her touch to have her sooth his burning.
"Shhhh sleep now you need your rest. We will talk tomorrow Farkus." Deino said gently to him.
He couldn’t deny that he needed to sleep and he couldn’t seem to fight it either. Within moments Farkus was asleep with the vampire woman held firmly in his arms.
When Farkus woke up the first thing he realized was that he was very thirsty and his throat was scratchy. He also remembered what had happened the night before, all of it. Then he realized that he was in bed alone and he couldn’t hear the woman in the room with him at the moment, which meant she was in the mine or she was gone.
He wondered briefly if he had fallen for a trap that she had set against him and that she had merely used him. That was until he heard her coming towards him humming some lullaby he wasn’t familiar with but he did find himself listening hard to lullaby as she got closer.
When the door opened and he looked to her he felt his heart skip a beat, she was radiant in her beauty today he couldn’t believe how beautiful she looked. Deino had a glow to her face and the look she cast him was sweet, kind. She was carrying a tray with food and water on it that she placed beside him on a stool she’d placed by the bed.
"I knew you would have need of this when you awoke." She said shrugging "How do you feel?"
"I feel alright, throats a bit scratchy though." Farkus said smiling.
"It will pass I promise you that. Thank you for last night, I know being a werewolf that that couldn’t have been easy for you." She said looking at him with a kind smile.
"It was nothing you needed my help so I wanted to help you."
"Many wouldn’t have had they been in your place."
The room was filled with silence, so to fill that silence Farkus picked up the food and started eating. He noticed she didn’t touch the food at all she simply started to focus on the things she carried with her.
"Who is Malcor?" Farkus asked surprising her enough to have her turn to stare at him.
"Malcor was the vampire that saved me." She said shrugging "When I was a young fresh vampire I wasn’t in control of my thirst but he helped me to gain that control and therefor regain my life."
"He must have been important to you." He said noting the hint of sadness in her voice.
"He was my father."
The silence returned between them and he shifted feeling bad about asking. It pained him that he had hurt her with questions about a vampire that was her father and now dead.
"It is alright, when you live to be as old as I am you become accustomed to a little grief. I pity those that have no one to grieve for when they lose them." She said with a kind smile.
"You must have lost many people over the centuries."
"Yes that is why I have always been hesitant to befriend mortals and why I do not join covens."
"Seems lonely instead of easy, I do not know what I would do without the Companions."
"Your kind are different from mine in that aspect. The more you have with you the stronger you are, the more we have with us the weaker we are. We cannot contain the fighting and back biting because we do not have leaders unless there is a sire in the group which is rare."
Farkus looked at Deino wondering again how she could see so many lifetimes alone without someone by her side. He didn’t think he had the courage or the strength to do so himself, no he knew he didn’t.
"You’re stronger then I Deino."
"How do you come to believe that Companion?"
"I could not have gone all those years alone as you have."
"It does not prove you are weak Companion, it proves you are stronger than I. You care about people without fear of losing them. I cannot do that because being immortal I know I will lose them."
Farkus thought about the night before when she had fed from him and he could see her watching him. He didn’t want to ask the question at the front of his mind because he knew now that he wouldn’t like the answer he received. But he couldn’t just leave the question unasked and unanswered.
"What about last night?" he whispered knowing she would hear him.
"I don’t know any more Companion all I know is maybe it’s time for change. But I have much to do first I am afraid, it is daylight out now I am returning to the ruins."
Farkus would ask but he knew the answer to the question. She was returning to make sure that justice was served to those who had killed her father he would go back with her. It didn’t need to be said it was understood between them.
They packed up their stuff then they left the mine taking what they might need off of the dead bandits that Farkus had killed that night. They wouldn’t linger long though as long as the sun was out the vampires in the ruins would be weak, they weren’t true vampires after all. They weren’t born that way.
Along the way they encountered a courier whom Farkus stopped to give a message he had wrote back in the mine that would be rushed to Whiterun. He had to pay a good deal of money to ensure that the courier would stop there first.
"Vilkas my brother,
"There has been a complication here and we will not be
returning as soon as hoped. Deino and I will be killing
this coven of vile monsters. If I do not return
know that my spirit watches over you always
brother. Be well and be safe.
Your brother Farkus."
He hoped to be able to return to his brother without him having to be a dead body but that seemed less likely the further they went. He didn’t want to die didn’t want to join the Daedric lord of werewolves, Hirricine in the realm of the hunt just yet. He didn’t want it but he wouldn’t go out of his way to avoid the possibility that he would die.
After all he would be joining their brothers in the hunt, that’s all he had ever wanted. Wasn’t it? He couldn’t help but question the very thought as he walked alongside the woman to what might be their deaths. But his mind turned to Savengarde, the home of the honorable dead.
They had just reached the doors when she saw the staked body that she immediately went to and recognized. She dropped to her knees and let out a vampire screech that only the craziest of the undead usually screeched. She was angry, grieved, confused, and the most dangerous of all her feelings was she felt betrayed. Betrayal was swiftly dealt with among immortals.
Standing she drew her sword and turned her full attentions to the task at hand before them.
"Spare none inside these walls. They are all blood thirsty killers now." Deino hissed.
Farkus nodded then started to follow her inside his own sword drawn at the ready to kill the offenders inside the ruins.
They moved inside slowly and carefully, avoiding the pressure plates that lay on the floor at certain corners. They didn’t need the Dwemer traps to kill them before they had a chance to even find the vampires inside. She stalked ahead of him calling shadows to her to hide her mostly from view.
Farkus wouldn’t have been able to see her if he hadn’t seen her use her magic to shield herself from view. He vaguely wondered if he should ever take the time to learn at least one spell, it might eventually come in handy for them. But right now her magic was enough for the both of them he was sure.
They had stopped at one spot where she had motioned him to be silent as she tilted her head to listen to sounds that he couldn’t quite catch. Then she gestured to a door dispelling the cloaking spell, she held up two fingers then pointed to the same door. He nodded that he understood what she was saying to him.
There were two of the vampires inside that room. One for each of them to kill he was sure.
They approached the door and she again listened once they were outside the door and she met his eyes. She mouthed the word asleep to him nodding.
They pushed the door open to see the two figures laid in a bed that had the foot of the bed facing the door. They split and each stood on a side of the bed to attack, once in position they attacked. Blood gushed and the two let out wails of pain that echoed down the halls that would be known as their death cries. It would also serve to warn the others that they were there now.
They did away with sneaking any further and continued to move down the halls towards the sounds of a larger group of vampires coming their way. Some of the vampires were still in robes and a few were in a light raiment of armor. They were armed with daggers, one had a sword, and most were hoping to wield magic in their own protection. It wouldn’t save them.
Deino charged the magic wielders seeming to merely shake off any blow that they struck with their magic. She simply kept going till her sword had found it’s mark and she began to tear them apart with the blade. Deino did seem to be slowed ever so slightly by the magic attacks and Farkus realized that the spell was a drain life spell.
Drain life spells tried to take the very essence of life from the victim but it wasn’t always effective. Some had a stronger life essence than others but yet still some were weaker. Mostly vampires had the ability of those spells but not all of them wielded the spell.
While she was cutting the heads of the magic wielders off, Farkus turned his attention to the ones using more conventional weapons. He struck out at the ones with weapons his eyes fierce with blood lust and ready for the justice of their murders.
He parried and feinted alongside the one with the sword while the ones with daggers seemed to hang back. He didn’t know if they were afraid or if they were merely biding their time waiting to move against the Companion. He just kept them in the peripheral of his vision while he focused his attack on the swordsman.
Finally after parrying and feinting for a few minutes he saw his opening and he took it without even thinking, it was just second nature to him. He stabbed the blade through the heart of the vampire which didn’t make a sound just simply spat blood before falling off his blade.
He turned his attention to the knife wielders and he felt Deino brush up beside him ready to fight against those few. One tried to run in fear but she flew at him with a hiss of rage and slammed her sword into his spine tearing the blade down to the side, out at his hip.
Farkus had taken that opportunity to attack the other two with his long ebony sword driving it into one wounding him. But daggers were no match for a long sword and they quickly succumbed to him in battle. That was the first wave of vampires that they had encountered and they wouldn’t be the last in these ruins.
He vaguely wondered how far he would have to go into the ruins to be satisfied that they had hunted them all. He even wondered if this ruin connected to the ancient hall of Blackreach. It was once a dwemer city long ago, it was rumored to still exist but as a falmer city now.
They kept going down into the tunnels until they reached one that gave them pause. Or it gave Deino and her heightened senses pause.
"What is it?" He asked her quietly.
"You don’t smell it?" she asked sounding sickened and worried.
"No, what is it you smell?"
"Blood vampire blood to be exact. It smells like decay and old houses." She replied.
Farkus took a long breath of air trying to smell whatever it was that she smelled in the air. He did smell it now that he knew what he was looking for and she was right it did smell like decay. He didn’t really understand why it was giving her pause until he thought a little harder about it. That was a lot of blood and they hadn’t been the ones to kill the vampires that were dead just ahead of them. So who had?
"Stay close and be cautious." She said softly.
Farkus nodded his head slightly straining his ears to hear whatever was ahead hoping he’d hear it before it saw them.
They entered a door ready and waiting but that wouldn’t have made a difference as to what happened next.
As soon as they went through the door a figure slammed into them knocking Farkus down the stone steps that were in front of the door. He fell hard hitting his head on the stone as he went and he lost his grip on his sword.
He was sure before he started feeling dizzy that he could smell burnt flesh around him and he knew that that should mean something important to him. It seemed even more important since they were fighting vampires and that one of them was one. But right now all of that seemed irrelevant to him, all he wanted to do was sleep now.
The only thing that kept him from going to sleep was the sounds of a familiar cry and the sounds of blades connecting in combat, fierce combat at that. Looking up slowly he could barely see around the blur at the edge of his vision and he struggled against the encroaching darkness.
Finally he opened his eyes to a slightly clear vision that was before him. He could see the sight of Deino struggling in combat with a large male vampire that he didn’t seem to be letting up in his onslaught. He was fighting hard and trying to get her to let her guard down so he could get in a killing strike against the woman.
They were equally matched with each other and the fight was only getting more intense with each of them. He didn’t want to be out of the fight and leave it to chance what happened to her. He really wanted to aid her but he just couldn’t make himself move to her aid. He was too tired and his head was spinning painfully the longer he kept his eyes open.
Then he saw the male vampire shove hard against their met blades and it moved them both a few feet back. They glared at each other and kept circling each other as they spoke, Farkus couldn’t catch all the words but he did struggle to listen.
"…..a sire in the coven." He growled eyes glowing red in anger.
"I would never bow……." She snarled back her voice trailing off.
Farkus was sure that they both said more but he didn’t catch all of it. But he thought he understood enough of it to make what was happening make sense.
There was a reason they were equally matched, he was a vampire sire the type that would be like an alpha in werewolf terms. She was what he was sure was called a brood mother, the female equivalent of an alpha. They were both ancient from the looks of him and it was hard to tell who would be older, therefor stronger. They were to equally matched, to be that different in age.
Farkus let out a groan than tried to get back to his feet but he couldn’t manage to pull himself up any more than onto his side. He looked up at her and he could see them circling again as they drew near to each other. They had looks of pure hatred turned to each other and they kept moving never looking to anything else.
Farkus could still smell the burnt flesh and he turned to look at the source of the smell. There was part of the stone roof collapsed and in the center of the sunlight shining down were piles of bodies laid in the sunlight. He could see that from the sprawled state of most of the bodies that they had been thrown into the sun.
He couldn’t imagine why another vampire would throw his own kind into the sun like that and he felt his eyes begin to droop.
"You will die!" the male yelled suddenly drawing him back to look at the two.
Farkus saw that the male swipe the sword out at him and he saw her duck out of the just barely avoiding the strike aimed against her head. But she did get hit in the shoulder and she let out a pain filled cry as she rolled across the ground, leaving behind her a trail of blood.
"Yes bleed, die. Let your life blood ooze from your veins so that I can feed from it." He snarled savagely.
"You fed from them and you killed them!" she said sounding surprised. "You are the reason they were becoming blood thirsty it was the body’s way of trying to save itself from you."
"I have been eager for the blood of my vampires, with their blood feeding me I will become the strongest of all vampires!" he yelled throwing back his head laughing. "But not until I kill you little Deino, the blood of the ancients flows in your veins."
The two struck out at each other than blades dancing in a deadly and fierce dance that would only end when one of them was dead.
While they circled each other and started fighting again Farkus pulled himself to his feet and then he decided what he need to do. He had to change into the beast and try fighting alongside Deino that was the only way he would be strong enough to stand with her. He stood up than and he began moving towards his sword where it lay.
The vampire looked to him and then smiled ducking away from the attack that Deino had sent his way. The male tackled him with such force that the two tumbled across the floor and Farkus felt the man’s blade trying to cut into him. He could feel the tip of the blade against his skin but he quickly reached around finding a discarded blade that lay nearby.
Taking it in his hand, Farkus felt the hilt and he pulled it up slamming it into the back shoulder plate of the armor. It was just barely stopped before it reached the heart of the vampire trying to kill him. The male vampire pulled back and extended his fangs ready to strike out against the Companion.
He knew two things. One was that now that the man was wounded Deino stood a chance of killing him mercilessly. Two was that he was going to die at the male’s hands.
Just as he was sure that he was going to die a yell pierced the air and the man was tackled off of him.
What he heard next made him turn to stare in horror and he began to weep at the sight. Deino had tackled the male vampire back into the sunlight and was holding him there by impaling him to the ground with Farkus’ ebony sword. What was causing him to weep was that they were both burning up in the sunlight.
They had both suffered wounds and now the sunlight would be the deciding factor in their deaths. Farkus could do nothing but watch as her body burned her corpse still grasping the hilt of the sword tightly. She was holding him down against the floor where his corpse sprawled back exposed to the sunlight.
Farkus let out a cry and howl much like that of an animal as he dropped to the floor. He had cared about her and now those feelings would never be realized between the two of them.
"Farkus wake up." A female voice said softly.
Farkus lifted up his head believing that he was still deep in sleep and he was surprised by what he saw before him. The spectral form of Deino stood before him looking down at him unlike the living embodiment of her this one was unscarred and seemed so young. She smiled and her eyes which had once been red were now a clear blue.
"Deino you’re here. Why haven’t you moved on?" he choked back tears. "Are you trapped here?"
"No Farkus I’m not trapped here I am merely waiting." She said smiling again. "My soul has sealed his here for the rest of eternity and I am free to move on now. I had something to ask of you first."
"Ask me anything and I will grant it."
"You see my request has to do with a person very close to me. My immortal existence wasn’t always lonely I have a daughter that lives in Riften. She is part dark elf and part nord she would be about your age now I’m sure."
Farkus was surprised by the confession of her having a daughter.
"If she is anything like me she would benefit from being a member of the Companions. I have already sent word to her that she should join you there. I would be eternally grateful if you watch over her for me please."
"You have my word that she will come to no harm as long as I am alive. Is she like you, a vampire?"
"No she is like her father and very much mortal although the ancient blood does flow in her veins."
"Who was her father?"
"A distant member of the Septim blood line actually."
"How will I know her?"
"Her name is Jahel." She said as she began to fade. "I have to go now Farkus…… remember your promise to me."
Then the spirit of Deino was gone and he was left in the ruins thinking hard about what he had heard. She had a daughter and she was counting on him to watch over her. A part of the vampire woman lived on now and he would ensure that she continued to live on.
He stood up than feeling relieved and not as grieved by the loss of the dark elf woman.
He was exiting the building when he saw that his brother was approaching along with the other Companions. He met them half way seeing that the Harbinger was looking around the area searching he knew who he was searching for and that he wouldn’t find her.
"She’s dead. She sacrificed herself to kill an ancient vampire stronger than I’ve ever seen." He said softly "She has moved on to whatever awaited her next."
"Are you alright?" Vilkas asked him.
"Yes let’s go home now."
The end of the beginning.

I would like to thank Bethseda games for making successful game series’ like The Fallout series and The Elder Scrolls series from which this book was inspired.

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