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Today is the first day of the end of your life.
Ghost, probably the most miserable of all the Reapers. Even more depressed than the Sadness Reapers. He didn't think of himself as a Sadness Reaper. Even though that was his classification, he prefered the term 'Sonic Reaper'. He would be the only one, and he would be happy that way. Unfortunately for him, he had no way of communicating, as he had no mouth.
He was their biggest plastic surgery experiment. His entire face had been removed. It now, thanks to the fact that the scientists also removed all of his hair, his head looked like an egg. He didn't like it when people said that. Unlike what some of the Reapers believe, he could hear. His body had adapted, which Ghost assumed was probably because of an experiment, so that the skin around the areas where his ears used to be was sensitive to vibration, allowing him to hear as good as, if not better, than anyone, Reaper or Human.
He could vibrate the skin around his mouth in o
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Guns don't kill people. People use guns to kill people. Guns just sit there going "He's
the one who pulled my trigger. I didn't have a choice!"
The target walked by him. He pressed against the wall harder, the rough brick biting into his shirtless back. He was hidden in the shadows. It was much to dark in the alley for the target to see him. He could see fine. He liked the dark, it was easier for him to see. His new eyes were very diffrent from his old...
No. He wasn't that anymore. He wasn't Human. He was a Reaper. A Darkness Reaper. The Darkness Reaper, in fact. He was the only one. Probably why his codename - his NAME - he corrected himself, was Darkness. Darkness, that was his name now. He was no longer Marco Dark. Dark. His last name was Dark? An odd coincidence. Or maybe that's just why the 4M3R scientists chose him to be the subject for their experiments.
Formers, he called them. For two reasons. One: The word 4M3R kinda looked like it said former. And two
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