Posted on: 2015-01-01 by Guest

I was walking around as either a woman or man (I couldn't tell), and a guy was with me. We wandered about this large house/park. The house kind of reminded me of the White House but more vast and more school-like. A large parking lot was behind it, and after the lot it led to a gloomy, thick forest. We thought nothing of it, and entered the building. There I saw the Five Nights at Freddy's gang, and when they spotted us, they made for the kill. Except, they didn't. It suddenly shifted that we were having a party, and my mom was there, delivering treats. A guy that I didn't recognize came in and yelled at the animatronics and told me to follow. I thought nothing of it and followed. We went through the lot and stopped at the edge of the forest. Suddenly, a loud snarl sounded and the guy got startled, beginning to make a run for it. But I stayed, seeing a bronze kitsune statue, complete with a bronze pedestal. But, the kitsune was in fact not a statue, and hopped off the pedestal, fangs bared as it looked at me. I froze, my heart pounding, and I remember shouting clearly. "Wait! Come back, it's a kitsune!" I had grabbed the guy's sleeve, yet he kept thrashing, trying to get out of my grasp, protesting. "I don't care! It could kill us!" The kitsune seemed to falter at my words, its pure bronze pelt flowing and its nine-tails pausing. Without another moment's hesitation, the creature turned and ran into the forest's undergrowth, leaving us buzzing with adrenaline. The guy beside me shot me a glare, only to let out a strangled cry. I looked at the forest once more to see a Sabre Toothed-Tiger. I remember it clearly resembling the look of a female lion with a bobbed tail. The extinct creature let out a threatening roar, and again I observed. "It's a-" For some reason I couldn't say the name of the creature, possibly because of my fear. The man finally ran away, toward the building, escaping my grip. I watched in alarm as the Sabre Toothed-Tiger ran through the undergrowth as well, until another, slightly larger Sabre appeared. It's pelt was more colorful, with a red coat and black stripes, with a creamy white underside. It bared its own fangs and ran after its "friend". Alarmed, I ran toward the building, and toward my mother. "I-I saw a kitsune, and-and these Sabre Toothed-Tigers!" I had stammered, pulling on her shirt. She looked at me like I was insane, but the man came to my side and breathed. "Yes! It's true!" Still looking skeptical, my mother sighed. "How about you go back to the forest and actually do something helpful?" (Mind you, this is not how she usually acts in real life) I sighed heavily, and after a long time of dragging the man back there, I saw nothing suspicious. But the sound of snarls caught my attention, and bringing the whimpering man with me, I peered through the undergrowth to see a dip in the ground that made a small slope downward. I saw the two Sabres, blood stained across their fur and a bear trap pinning down their bodies by clamping down on their waists. The pale Sabre Tooth looked weak, looking the most injured, and was dying. The more colorful one was obviously not going to give up easily, and snarled at me every time I tried to approach it to help get the bear trap off. The man of course fled, yelling and screaming in fear, while I stayed. Stress boiled up inside me, feeling powerless to do anything. I knew I couldn't help the poor souls if I tried, and no one would believe me if I said that two Sabre Toothed-Cats were injured and dying. Feeling utterly guilty, I turned and raced after the man. I had to get him back. He needed to help me. I remember chasing him across the lawns, in and out of the building, growing more tired and irritated. When I finally entered the building after loosing track of him, that is when I woke up.