Weekend Writing Warriors #84 – Revenant (Part 123)

Sunday once again and that means its time for another 8 sentences from Revenant to share. As always, these carry on immediately from last week so if you want to see what has come before then just follow this link.


    They entered the vault side by side. The Augmented Reality Display in their helmets flared to life the moment the pair crossed the threshold. Real-time tactical data superimposed their view and it took them a moment to assimilate all the extra information before moving on.
    Wordlessly the two soldiers split apart, Ryan going left and Marcus right, using the ARD to keep tabs on each other as they worked their way through the massive underground chamber.
    The uniform rows of hermetically sealed storage all bled into one another, and were it not for the map in his head Ryan might have thought he was walking in circles. Eventually he reached the spot where he and Cassandra found the samples. Scorch marks and bits of gore still stained the walls from the plasma grenade he used to clear their path.
    So many husks had died in this place already.


I hope you’ve enjoyed my contribution to this week’s list, and thanks for stopping by. Click on the image below to see all the wonderful writers who are taking part in this weekly event. weekend-warriors

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One thought on “Weekend Writing Warriors #84 – Revenant (Part 123)”

  1. Wow, I had a mixed reaction to all of the technical description – for a very BRIEF moment I felt a little lost, like I was in over my head, and then I felt, quite suddenly, like I was walking right alongside them as they walked through the chamber looking for the samples. It was very well done and completely absorbing.

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