The Wraith had always thought that he was doing the right thing serving as Reaper for the Spirit who'd found him, but when his prey begins acting in ways which make him question that, things in The Entity's realm start to go in directions it won't allow. Any time those barely surviving choose to take a stand, there is always a price to pay, and in a cyclical living nightmare like this, how much can the survivors really afford to believe in?
Is it truly possible for there to be any good end when you're already in hell?
Things always tended towards whatever endgame-goal Sole pursued; and with most of the enemies standing in his way dead, there was little left to worry about. He'd spilled a lot of blood to get this far, and he was ready to spill as much more as it took.
And now? Now he was so close. As he saw it, there was only one little thing left in his way--Deacon, the last member of the Railroad--and he was closing in on him. His relentless hunt through the Commonwealth wilds was almost up. And once that was taken care of, well... The future had always been solidly up to Sole. It would be time to end old things, and begin something new. Just one last throat to cut.
But then, not even the most powerful man is a god; and in this world, there's always the possibility of a future left up to someone else.
A few months before the group meets back up at Mount Washington, Josh visits the Lodge by himself for the first time since Hannah and Beth disappeared. Completely alone on the mountain, Josh thinks back over the past year tries to grapple with the loss of his sisters, and his isolation from his friends. But then, is he ever really alone now?
A short Josh Washington One-Shot.
A year after the Origami Killer was caught, Ethan, Madison, and Shaun have a happy new life. An idea of Madison's leads to the new family being reunited with the final member of the group that rescued Shaun Mars. However, things have changed for Norman over the past year as well, but in a very different way. He's lost something.