RAN: Life Saving Chapter 1I. Pick Up
The Munich train station was bustling with people despite the frosty nip that hung in the air. Under the arching rain guard, a new train had just arrived. It threw open its cabin doors, releasing a surge of people from its innards. A swirl of steam hissed from between its tired and heated breaks. The Bavarian winter was not the worst winter in Germany, but it still held the encompassing arms of the freeze and a gentle kiss of snowfall. The snow on the streets had turned black from city grime and bumbling cars kicking up muck. No snow crept up under the overhanging, but the dripping wet slid onto the platform and was dragged about by the soles of people's shoes and luggage.
Two young men were loitering around the station, waiting for something or someone who had not yet arrived.
The taller of the two leaned against one of the station's pillars, one eyebrow cocked in an almost drea
My Name is Legion: Chapter 1My Name is Legion - Chapter 1
The city was alive with its usual hum and lenient bustle, the growing smog hung about it like an elegant boa. The marigold yellow sun hung over head and beat down its rays onto the Italian city. It washed over Father Georg Falkenrath's head as he stepped out of the rickety metallic cased plane and descended the rolling steps. The rush and rattle of the midday air field thrummed in his ears. Despite the ill feeling that the loud noise of the spinning engine gave him, he could not wipe the smile off his face. He raised a hand to shade his eyes as he walked along to the airport, the heat coming off the tarmac in great waves. It washed along like the spray of the ocean's waves and wiggled its way back up towards the sky. It was warmer down here closer to the Mediterranean than any place he'd ever been before. Germany was never this warm,