Thursday, June 17, 2010
The Beginning (Part 2)
It was about a few days since I left the cozy little village heading to Cardiff when I heard a strange sound, sort of like a strange warbling sound. I then saw what appeared to be a rock, but the rock somehow had steam and smoke coming out of it. My curiosity overriding the fleeing response, I walked closer to it. I thin presses into it and a part of it suddenly slid open like somekinds of door. I looked inside of it and to my astonishment it was much larger on the inside. It looked like sort of a large gothic cathedral but it was extremely damaged. There was a odd red glow along with a loud sound like a church bell. I heard someone groaning as I walked inside of it. I quickly went to his rescue and lifted some rubble from off of him. It turned out to be a aged human with a bald head and wearing what appeared to be some kind of suit or uniform. He said something about not being able to "regenerate" and that he was in some kind of battle when his ship or "Capsule" somehow "crashed" here. I had no idea what he was talking about but I tried helping him up but as I was helping him up he said that he would die soon but there would be a way for him to continue living. He then seemed to concentrate and touch my head. As he did, knowledge about what this "ship" is as well as who or what he was finally came to me. And his hand started to lightly glow and then the glow subsided. He said that he had merged his DNA with mine and gave me the rest of his "lives", allowing me to travel in his absence. He said it was the only thing he could do. He then died right there. I dragged him out of the capsule and then took my shovel and buried him near the smoking rock. I looked at my hands and then at the rock. I knew what that was, it was a Time capsule. I decided to close it and keep it there. As I figured out, it wasn't going to go anywhere. But I then found an odd handheld device smaller than a pinecone and put it in my pocket as I then traveled the rest of the way to Cardiff to drop off my wares.