Prologue Fate Unknown
I AM A HUNTER. My prey, my nemesis, has no name. He can be anyone he desires, but then, so can I.
I’ve been pursuing him for a long time.
He has a driving need to maim, to evoke terror. He feeds off of fear like a vampire.
By his actions, he endangers the way things are, the way things must be. He endangers his own existence, and mine, our entire race.
Tracking him this time proved difficult. It seemed he’d gotten smarter, more careful.
I knew only the name of the city in which he last resided and that he would, most likely, stay in the area. Years passed, checking crime reports for his particular flavor of mayhem. A woman in a motel room, mutilated, left broken and ruined? That sounded like him, but the trail led nowhere. After no more incidents, I began to search in a different direction.
He has a taste for excess, the finer things: Porsches, sprawling villas, silk suits, diamond cufflinks, and money. Money he would have, as he had an innate skill for acquiring it.
I recognized him the moment I laid eyes on him, despite appearances. I have my own skills.
Thus began my surveillance.
When I followed him that night, I discovered him residing in a humble dwelling, living a life of meager means.
How could it be that he suddenly changed his standards of living? Was he simply being more careful this time, or did he know my plan to stop his spree of terror? I had to know the answers to these questions.
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