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Killing Code

Killing Code

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Kai Casvelle Seviller, a friend of Kio Luscious, was found dead in his apartment. His tormented body was encircled with white rose petals, which were a unique and horrifying item left at the scene of the crime. Kai Seviller mysterious death plagued Kio VynLuscious and his friends. Who murdered Kai? Kio and his friends attempts to unravel the mystery surrounding Kai's mysterious death. However, someone returned and his gory reappearance caused a bloodbath again. He hunts them one by one using his killing code-White rose petals. They must stop him or they will be the next. However, things became more mysterious as they delves deeper into Kai Casvelle Seviller death case.

Chapter 1

Kai Seviller's exhaustion was palpable as he furrowed his brow and trudged wearily back to his apartment in Black Town, having just returned from the wedding of his cousin Jarred in the province of Miranda. Thankfully, his friend Vince had kindly driven him home since he had not brought his car.

After what seemed like an interminable journey, the car finally pulled up in front of Kai's apartment building, and he let out a deep sigh of relief. His body ached for the comfort of a soft bed, and he longed to sink into its plush embrace as soon as possible.

Kai turned to his friend Vince, who was sitting in the driver's seat. "Won't you mind staying at my apartment tonight?" Despite not talking frequently, the two shared a close bond, and Vince was one of the few people who knew about Kai's occasional foolishness. "It's getting late," Kai added, his tiredness evident in his voice.

But Vince shook his head and reassured him that it was still early. "It's only half past six," Vince said, flashing a friendly smile.

"Don't be stubborn, man," he said in a mocking voice and the pitch was high.

"I'm not as stubborn as you, bro. And, Miranda only takes three hours of driving."

Kai couldn't help but chuckle at his friend's easygoing attitude. He knew that Vince had his best interests at heart, but he also appreciated the banter between them. Despite his weariness, Kai felt a surge of energy knowing that he had someone like Vince in his life.

Vince leaned back in his seat and let out a deep sigh. "They might need me at the party tonight," he explained to Kai.

Kai raised his eyebrows in surprise. "Really? I thought you were done with those kinds of events."

Vince shrugged. "I am, but you know how it is. Sometimes you gotta show up and make an appearance."

Kai nodded in understanding. "Hmmm, up to you. Get home safe and sound." He reached over and tapped Vince's shoulder. "But seriously, man, please be careful. I don't want any accidents happening."

Vince chuckled. "Don't worry, I'll be fine. And I didn't take alcohol before we left Miranda."

Kai gave him a skeptical look. "Uh-huh, sure you're not." Kai laughed. "But, I could smell the wine."

Vince rolled his eyes. "I'm serious, Kai. I learned my lesson last time."

"Okay, okay, I believe you," Kai said with a grin. "But just in case, if you had an accident and unluckily you didn't survive your bad fate, please make sure your ghost doesn't come after me."

Vince laughed. "I'll do my best not to haunt you, man."

Kai smiled, then his expression turned serious. "Hey, about what we were talking about earlier..."

Vince's heart rate quickened. He had a feeling he knew where this was going. "Yeah?"

"I trust you, man," Kai said firmly. "What we talked about will remain between us, right?"

Vince let out a sigh of relief. "Of course, Kai. You have my word."

Kai nodded, satisfied. "Good. I appreciate it."

"Fuck you," Vince mumbled.

Vince muttered a curse under his breath. "F*ck you."

"Thank you, bro," Kai said sarcastically.

Vince grinned. "Okay, Mr. Seviller, welcome." He revved the engine. "I gotta go now."

"Be safe." Kai coaxed, his expression turning serious. "See you next month in Miranda. Promise me you won't tell Josh my secret."

Vince raised an eyebrow in surprise. "What secret? Ah... It's about. Hmmm..."

Kai hesitated for a moment before speaking. "It's...something personal. I just don't want my brother to know about it."

Vince nodded, understanding. "Don't worry, man. Your secret is safe with me."

Kai looked relieved. "Thanks, Vince. I appreciate it. Josh has no reason to be aware of my secret. It's not like it would change his opinion of me or anything. But I just don't want my parents to find out."

Vince nodded again. "I get it. Don't worry, I won't say anything."

Kai smiled. "Good. Thanks again, man. See you next month."

Kai feels burdened by the fact that his parents are unaware of his secret, which causes them to treat him like a child who still needs constant care and attention. Despite being known for his kindness and lack of enemies, Kai is tired of being overshadowed by his parents' accomplishments and wishes to be recognized for his achievements.

Kai let out a heavy sigh as went out of Vince's car. He couldn't help but feel envious of his friend's carefree attitude. Vince always seemed to have everything under control, whereas Kai felt like he was constantly struggling to keep up.

"It's just exhausting, you know?" Kai bubbled.

Vince smirked. "I hear you, man. But you can't keep hiding your true self from your parents. It's not fair to you."

Kai shrugged. "I know, but it's not that simple. They still treat me like a little kid, always checking up on me and making sure I'm okay. It's suffocating."

Vince placed a reassuring hand on Kai's shoulder. "Just trust me, man. You'll feel so much better once you let it all out."

Kai looked at Vince skeptically. "I hope you're right. But what if they don't understand?"

Vince shrugged. "Then we'll deal with it together. But you can't keep living like this, Kai. You deserve to be happy."

Kai nodded in agreement, feeling a sense of relief wash over him. He knew he couldn't keep hiding forever, and having Vince and his other friends and his best friend Kio's support made him feel a little less alone in his struggles.

"Okay," Vince nodded. "Just trust me, man. So, goodbye."

Kai gently closed the passenger door and Vince honked the car before driving off. As the car disappeared from view, Kai turned around to find the gate already open. His heart raced as he wondered who could have opened it.

He cautiously walked through the gate and into the apartment complex. As he entered his apartment, he couldn't shake off the feeling of unease. The apartment was in a great void and silent, waiting for him to fill it with his memories. He walked around, checking every corner of the living room, kitchen, and bathroom, but found nothing out of the ordinary.

The thought that the gate was open sank into his mind again. He thought that it was his friends who open it and they left it open. However, how is that possible since it was he who had the key? And his best friend Kio didn't mention anything that they went to his apartment.

He went upstairs but he didn't open the lights. He was feeling odd. When he was at the door of his room. He was shocked that it wasn't locked. That made him decide to call his friends to ask if they were the ones who left the gate open.

But just as he reached for his phone in his sling bag, he heard a faint sound coming from the bedroom. His heart pounded as he tiptoed towards the bedroom door, ready to defend himself if necessary.

With trembling hands, he slowly pushed the door open, revealing a figure sitting in the corner of the room. He gasped as he recognized it was a standy huge image of his favorite anime.

Relieved that it was just a false alarm, he chuckled to himself as he thought about how he had let his imagination run wild.

Kai felt a wave of exhaustion wash over him. He had eaten a hearty meal before leaving Miranda, but his body was still screaming for rest. As he lay down on the bed, his eyes drifted toward the floor and he froze.

A sea of white rose petals covered the ground as if a ghostly hand had scattered them there. His heart pounding, he looked around the room, but there was no sign of anyone else. The air felt charged with a dark, romantic energy that made his skin crawl.

Trembling with fear, he tried to rationalize what he was seeing. How could this be possible? Who would do such a thing? His mind raced with questions, but he couldn't shake the feeling that something was watching him, something malevolent and hungry.

As the minutes and hours wore on, he lay awake, unable to escape the feeling of being trapped in a nightmare. Every creak of the floorboards, every rustle of the curtains, sent shivers down his spine. He knew deep down that he was not alone in the room, and that whatever was with him was not friendly.

As he stood up from the bed, he couldn't help but follow the trail of white rose petals that led toward the bathroom. The closer he got, the stronger the smell of decay and rot became, making his stomach churn with revulsion.

Slowly, he pushed open the bathroom door, and his heart sank as he saw that the floor was covered in a thick layer of the same white roses, now stained with crimson droplets. Something was very wrong.

A cold sweat broke out across his skin, and he fumbled for his phone, his fingers shaking with fear. He had to call Kio, had to tell him what was happening. But as he raised the phone to his ear, he heard a soft, chilling whisper in his ear.

"Too late."

The phone fell from his hand as he spun around, but there was no one there. He was completely alone in the bathroom, with only the scent of death and the sickly sweet aroma of the roses for company.

As he backed away, his foot caught on something, and he stumbled backward, falling to the floor. His eyes widened in horror as he saw the source of the crimson stains on the white petals - a trail of blood leading toward the bathtub.

With a sickening feeling in his gut, he crawled towards the tub, his heart pounding in his chest. As he peered over the lip of the tub, he saw a sight that would haunt him forever - the lifeless body of his friend, Kio, his eyes staring sightlessly up at the ceiling.

Terror washed over him in a wave, as he realized that he was not alone in the room. Something was watching him, waiting for him. And he knew, without a doubt, that he was next.

But then when the wind suddenly caress his cheeks living chill feelings he suddenly woke up from his Imagination. There was no lifeless body there in the bathtub. However, the white rose petals were still there scattered on the tiles. He suddenly picked up his cell phone and type something.

Fuck you, what are these petals of white rose for? Hopeless horror was romantic with these fatuous petals.

He grinned and sent it to Kio's number. He threw himself into the bed and fell into a deep slumber.

Chapter 2

Kai's eyes flicked around the room, trying to make sense of the strange sounds that had woken him. It was already 3:00 A.M. His heart was pounding in his chest, and he felt a sense of unease creeping over him. As he looked around, he realized that the room was bathed in a strange, pulsing light, even though he distinctly remembered turning off the lights before going to bed.

Slowly, he got out of bed, his senses on high alert as he tiptoed toward the door. The television was still on, and he could hear the faint sound of voices coming from the speakers. But as he reached for the doorknob, he froze. Something was not right. He could feel it in his bones.

With a sudden sense of urgency, he turned back to the room, scanning it for any signs of danger. And that's when he saw it - a shadowy figure, silhouetted against the pulsing light. It was hunched over his desk, rifling through his papers.

Kai's heart skipped a beat as he realized


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