The Chronicles of VAAS Montenegro: Anna EarnhardtDr. Earnhardt's Doughtier
Anna's father had passed out, there were only a few hours left before he had to deliver the drug order to Hoyt. Anna knew if her father woke up an found that she was missing with the drugs he mite go into a panic. Hours pass and finally she can't wait any longer. She has to deliver the drugs if she want to keep her father safe. The pirates wont let her near the ship unless she has on something red. All she had is a scarf her father had recently used as a coffee filter. She rinses it off and ties it to her left arm, hoping it will be enough to keep her from getting shot.
As she approaches Hoyt's ship sudden gun fire goes off inches from her feet.
"Who's out there?"
"My name is Anna Earnhardt.. I'm DR. Earnhardt's daughter, I'm here to deliver the drugs you need."
They let her aboard and question her on the absence of the DR. she explains that he was simply too ill to come. They seamed to except it for now. Hoyt himself came out to meat her, and invited her to h
The Chronicles of VAAS Montenegro: Chapter TwoBanished
Vaas and his little brother Juan had not been on the island for long before Vaas had learned of the carnivorous nature of the people who lived there. The death of his father flooding his heart with hat, and his mined with a maddening guilt. If only he had been stronger, he could have saved his father. If only he had not been a coward he could have been there for him rather then let him die alone in the cold water. The only peace Vaas found was in the company of Citra, her blue eyes seemed to overflow with understanding, of his pain, and his fears. Talking to her was like talking to himself, in that she always new what to say to him, the words he needed to hear…….. despite being only thirteen, she had a wisdom about her beyond any other person in the tribe. Her father, a giant of a man, was the leader of their people. He cared for Vaas and Juanito as if they were his own sons, and as Vass grew stronger, Citra grew more beauti
The Chronicles of VAAS Montenegro: Chapter OneThe Berth of a Rakyat
Vaas grew up with his father and younger brother on the sea. The life of an Argentinean pirate was not easy, but it was all his father had to offer his sons. Vaas knew violence and crime better then he knew himself. His job was to always look after his younger brother if a fight ever broke out on deck, it was Vaas's job to keep his brother safe. Vaas was sixteen and his brother was nine when an enemy ship attacked as they were far out at sea. All of the crew save for Vaas's father and brother were dead. The ship was taking on water, and as they ran to escape the flooding ship a wall gave way and a giant pipe burst out of the wall crushing Vaas's father beneath it and cutting Vaas along the side of his head as it fell. The steal pipe was too big and heavy for Vaas to heave off of his father. Ice cold water was rising and they all knew they were running out of time. Vaas's father gives him his gun and asks that Vaas save him from having to die of drowning in the shi