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Don’t get on my bad side, I can work a gun - part II || Larkin&MamaClarke&MamaLawson

Where: Lima Hospital
When: Last night, somewhere around 12 - 2am
Who: Larkin, Mama Clarke, Mama Lawson (Cooper Anderson guest appearance)
Why: Two hunters patrol the hospital halls late at night and find something unexpected.
Warning: Blood&violence

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Don’t get on my bad side, I can work a gun - part I || Larkin self para

Where: Lima Hospital
When: Last night, somewhere around 12 - 2am
Who: Larkin (guest appearance of Cooper Anderson)
Why: After the lights are out and doors locked up, Larkin pays a visit to his favorite hunter.
Warning: None.

Getting in was no problem. Once the hospital staff turned off the lights and locked the doors behind them as most turned in for the night (only a few remaining to keep an eye on things), getting into Cooper’s room was easier for the dragon than stealing shinies from a very rich baby. No one ever saw him enter, no one heard him move down the halls and up the stairs; the janitor who walked past at one point never noticed him standing in the darkest corner of the hunter’s room, eyes fixed on the man on the bed who wasn’t moving save for the slow rise and fall of his chest.

Half an hour passed. Cooper didn’t move, and neither did Larkin. He tilted his head to the side, curiously, and then frowned. To be completely honest, part of him had almost expected the hunter to miraculously wake up and start firing away with one of those little guns of his. Ridiculous, of course, but he’d always been surprisingly sturdy in their past encounters. For a human, that is. One out of few to pose a genuine challenge to Larkin, little as he liked to admit it, which was not at all. Now though, Cooper was nothing. Barely alive and not likely to leave this room ever again. Was Larkin disappointed? No. His victory had been inevitable from the first time they laid eyes upon one another. Then why was he here now…?

Unfinished business perhaps. Larkin glanced towards the floor, eyes falling on the plug powering the devices keeping the human alive. Cooper was as good as dead, however, not completely. Not yet. Larkin remembered the words of Santana and Indiana and a few others who had criticized his actions that night; “Why couldn’t you just kill him and be done with it? Why did you have to put him in that machine”.

The first step forward he took was stiff, after standing still for so long, and for putting pressure on his still not fully healed leg. He hissed. Another reason why he should kill Cooper. Finishing an enemy off while they lay defenseless in bed might not be the most honorable thing to do, but who was he to deny the wishes of the hunter’s family and friends? 

Slowly but surely he made his way across the room, coming to a stop just a few inches from the wall and stared at the plug. And stared. Clenched and unclenched his hand, felt an urge to bend down and pull it. Glanced over at the sleeping hunter, then back to the plug. Clenched his hand.

He sighed and took a step back, looked to his side and saw a chair there. Pulling it up to Cooper’s bedside, Larkin sank down into it and leaned back.

inspiration-imusam:

Atacamite

breakingthelaw-son:

Go away.

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Rude.

breakingthelaw-son:

How unfortunate.

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Haven’t heard much from the… initiative, was it?

aroguewarlock:

the-moore-the-merrier:

 

The intiative, dear. As much as you’ve been bothering them one would think you’d remember them.

Bother them? I’ve never even met them..

…Are you quite alright, Matthew?

Haven’t heard much from the… initiative, was it?

breakingthelaw-son:

the-moore-the-merrier:

I’m sure anyone would agree with me that abandoning your son is not a sign of a good parent.

Don’t push your mommy issues on to my son.

I’m just trying to protect him.

Haven’t heard much from the… initiative, was it?

breakingthelaw-son:

the-moore-the-merrier:

It’s a simple fact.

 I’m not your mother, so you don’t get to judge and how well I mother him.

I’m sure anyone would agree with me that abandoning your son is not a sign of a good parent.

Haven’t heard much from the… initiative, was it?

breakingthelaw-son:

the-moore-the-merrier:

I am his friend, and you’re not much of a mother.

I don’t believe you have any say in that matter too.

It’s a simple fact.

Haven’t heard much from the… initiative, was it?

breakingthelaw-son:

the-moore-the-merrier:

I don’t believe you have any say in the matter.

He’s my son and you’re a monster. Stop.

I am his friend, and you’re not much of a mother.