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“The paper says that we’re supposed to jump through the fence and we’re there,” nods Chan, turning to his friends. He smiles, although he is clearly still doubtful. “So, uh, I guess we should jump through the fence.”
“You do realise you sound slightly insane, right?” Changbin raises an eyebrow. “You’re following instructions off of a tiny piece of paper. Not very reliable.” Jisung lets out an exaggerated sigh at the older boy’s comment. The werewolf walks towards the fence, touching it like it’s contaminated with something, and then with one easy movement, he hops over -
“Fucking mages,” Changbin whispers as Chan becomes alert right away, his eyes darting around.
“Mages. Should have known District 9 academies would have these ridiculous spells on them.”
“Oh,” Chan says. “So it’s like a protective spell?”
“Protective my ass,” snorts Changbin. “It just hides the school from prying eyes. It doesn’t offer any real protection.” At Chan’s confused expression, he just shakes his head.
“Sometimes I forget you used to be a human.”
aka Chan is a vampire who just moved to District 9 and ends up right in the middle of a war.
- Part 1 of Broken Compass
""You'd tell me, though. Right?" Now Jisung is looking at him, with those intense eyes of his, taking all of him in, darting to the unnatural stillness in Chan's shoulders, to the grinding of his leader's teeth. "If you weren't okay, I mean."
Chan wonders, horrified, if Jisung can see right through him, through his cotton white tee, through the lies he's been spewing all week.
"You'd be the first to know." Chan promises softly. If anyone were to know, it would be you.
Jisung swallows thickly. Because Chan is right. And he does know.
He knows all too well. "
Initially, Chan can't sleep. Gradually, he falls apart. One by one, the members notice. Altogether, they heal.
Trigger Warnings - Heavily focuses on anxiety, depression, self harm and suicidal thoughts.