"The latter, I've never broken a heart, I'm too accommodating"
Ow, ow ow ow oww. Damn. ' I flip over and sit up, rubbing my back, trying to get the pain to soften. When I try to stand I can't, I look down, my foot is caught in a vine, its twisted around my ankle and halfway up my calf.
Its even darker under the tree cover, and there is some mud which makes a squishing sound every time I step into a puddle of it. I see movement off to the side, a Deerling coming out of her den with her fawn. Its beautiful. There's a quiet serenity in this place, little did I know that it was about to make a drastic turn.
I get closer to breaking through the tree bow when I start hearing a shuffling noise behind me. First, I think it's the Deerlings passing through, but as it gets closer I start to get a little nervous and start to walk faster. The noises get closer, close enough to were it feels as if something is breathing down my neck...the end of the story look at the video above ↑ ↑ ↑