I turned around to look at my friend, his smile fading into a nervous frown.
"It's nothing man, just go!"
"Why don't you do it then?"
"Just go dammit!"
He shoved me through the door, and everything's a blur. The lights went off and gunshots smashed my eardrums. Falling fragments of the wall peppered the dusty air and the smell of brimstone and fire fueled my adrenaline. I didn't aim; there was nothing to aim at. The clouds of dust stung my eyes and I fell further into rage, a metal bearing onto a loaded landmine.
He had no idea what he got us into.
-End of Part One-