It was the smell of smoke that drew him towards the door. When he reached it, a blanket of grey, wispy smoke crept out from underneath, crawling over his shoes like a colony of ants. Thrusting the door open, he was hit by a wall of intense heat. In the centre of the room was a circle of fire. The golden flames danced into the air as they devoured the wooden floor. Panic sets in quick as the oxygen in the thin air is choking by the smoke, What had caused the fire? What could he do to stop it?
“Breaking news! Recently some nuclear radiation has leaked from the experimental science facility. The swamp has been contaminated and is quarantined however, ducks leaving the swamp have mutated. They are hostile! Stay at home!”
As the ducks attack, not many people survive. The army tanks and the airforce do no damage. “What do we do, general?” asked the commander. “We get the EXPLOSIVE,” the general replied. “But we don’t know how to use it.” “We have to try, READY… FIRE”
“I don’t know!”
The door breaks down. “QUACK” The whole camera crew perishes due to the Duckpocalypse. This was the end of Creepersburg.
– Ray, Matthew & Nicolas
As I was running I heard explosive gun shots, I felt my heart stop. Was I going to die? This thought might be one that kills me or heals me. I cut down an Alley hearing screaming. All of a sudden I heard a faint voice that sounded like they were in pain. “Ccc Come with me” I turned and saw someone with deep jerky blood on them, they’re eyes had water in them as if they had just been crying. Should I follow, this could make me or break me. I ran not knowing what to do. “Theyyyy are after you.” I gulped with fear.
Helicopters circling in the sky leaving an opening breeze for plenty. “I don’t think I’m going to make it” I said, petrified. George sighed as my tears left an opening flow on thick fabric. “Stop it, we can do it” his voice held a relaxing thought as he held the pain in. I look down, pouting, explosive bombs filling the battlefields as body’s lay still. I shiver, my helmet pounding on my face as I embrace myself.
I start loading my gun. I knew I had to help George shoot soon but I was late. Crying, I ran up to him, took my helmet off and screamed out at him.