Chapter Four Zane POV 


"DON'T DRINK." I yelled a little too late once i saw her with the bottle of blood. 

"Why? It tastes good." She said. We all looked at her shocked and surprise. 

"What? Don't you guys like it?" She asked. Her skin turned pale like our. Her eyes changed to amber and looked deadly.  

We shock our head, we were shocked. Well, except Casey. Maybe she is a vampire. I didn't think she is because her eyes weren't amber before. Amber eyes with brown cornea for vampires who don't kill while drinking blood. Amber eyes with black cornea are for those who drain their victim. Vampires don't have any other eye colour.

She finished the whole bottle. 

"Do you guys know what this is?" She asked gesturing to the bottle. "It's good." We shouldn't tell her just yet. It seem like she doesn't even know she's a vampire. No wait, she can't be a vampire. She was human just a minute ago.  

"No," I answered. I hoped none of them answers her. 

"But you guys have drank this before." She protested. 

"It never has a labelled." 

"Imagine if this was blood with sugar and we wouldn't even know." She joked. She obviously didn't know how right she was. Except there was no sugar added. All of us stared at her blankly. I think she was getting uncomfortable.

"So what class have you got next?" I changed the subject for her sake. 

"Um, Combat Training." Did the adults know she was a vampire. No humans get Combat Training.  

"Same." Nearly half of us said in unison. 

"I wasn't expecting 'Combat Training' to be a lesson." Humans in Harper Academy didn't have 'Combat fighting'. They had normal high school classes. The only class vampire and humans had together was Maths. The bell rang signaling the end of recess.

"Are you sure she's human?" Salina asked. "We should tell the council." 

"I honestly don't know." I reply 

"Did you notice her eyes?" 


"It turn from green to amber. Honesty what is she?" 

"Ask Casey. She'll know." 

"She never tells us anything unless its really important. And I bet she thinks this isn't important." 

"Ask anyway. I'm going to talk to my parents." 

"We'll sort it out later. Let get to class."

We got to class just before Ms Rossi & Ms Larson enter the gym. The room was old and large, with all our Combat Training class in here you can imagine how bad the room would look. There were black patches around the wall, the colour of the wall in the room were pealing, the ground weren't exactly even. Those were mainly cause by fire, water and earth users. Air user didn't leave any mark in the room.

Ms Larson called the roll. When Ms Larson called Avery, Ms Rossi said a couple of welcoming words to her. Ms Rossi and Ms Larson exchange a couple of words before starting class.

"Pair up." Ms Larson began. "You and you." she pointed at random people, pairing them up. She pointed at me and...........Avery. I looked at her. She looked worried.  

"Chill. I'm not going to kill you. Jeez." I said to Avery.