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« Reply #225 on: Dec 5th, 2009, 12:47pm »

Wade returned to his home, hoping that his former guests from the Hospital were still trailing him. His breath was heavy from the short walk back home, however he did not slow and quickly opened the door for his guests.

"Just any ol' table will do. Mind you clear it first," Wade gestured inside the house towards a large assortment of what you could assume where tables filled with experiments. The smell inside was acrid and nauseating, it gusted out when the door opened with surprising force. One table in particular looked like it was recently used as an operating table.
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« Reply #226 on: Dec 7th, 2009, 10:42am »

Bear smiled and nodded his head. As he walked towards the table that looked like Wade had just used. Bear placed Marius onto the side with nothing on it. Bear then walked to the other side and moved the instruments onto another nearby table.
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« Reply #227 on: Dec 7th, 2009, 5:24pm »

Wade smiled and did not bother closing the door behind Bear. He pulls out a poch from amongst the clutter and unrolls an assortment of surgeon's tools.

"Yes well, I see little need for you anymore, I am quite capable. That and it would be unprofessional to perform any jobs with somebody not associated with the victim. So if you show yourself out..."

Wade moved closer to the table where Marius was now. He grabbed the leather bracers used to restrain patients and quickly began to fasten him down tightly. Taking care to make sure his patient would not wake up in a fit of rage during his work.
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« Reply #228 on: Dec 8th, 2009, 4:50pm »

Bear nodded his head at Wade. He thought about asking if he could stay. However by the time it had ran into his mind. Bear had already left Wade's house. Sick of the business that he had been stuck dealing with all day.
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« Reply #229 on: Dec 8th, 2009, 6:06pm »

Wade grinned when he was left alone with Marius, and quickly closed and locked the door to it's full capacity. He returned to the unconscious Marius, and made certain all the straps were as tight as they could be, discomfort aside. He event took extra care to tide down his hand-less arm to ensure it would not slip out of the bracers.

He moved to another cabinet and pulled out bottle and syringe with an extra large needle. He extracted a large amount of a liquid with a yellow tint and moved back to Marius. He leaned in close and spoke softly into Marius' ear.

"It's time for you to wake up now"

And with that Wade injected the liquid directly into Marius' heart. The shot of epinephrine began to quickly take effect, and Wade gave him enough to take an elephant out of a coma.
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« Reply #230 on: Dec 8th, 2009, 6:28pm »

Marius opened his eyes quickly. His face turned pale as he realized he had just come from that mine. He looked around quickly and then attempted to get up off the table. That's when he looked at the shadow that was Wade.

"Whats going on here" Marius said he stuttered as he spoke. He couldnt hide how scared he was at the moment. Especially in the situation he was in. Now was the time for him to simply try and use his wits to escape.
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« Reply #231 on: Dec 8th, 2009, 6:44pm »

Wade stood back up to full height and stared at Marius for some time, watching his reaction and analyzing his every reaction. He did everything to make sure that the smallest detail would not escape him.

He let a moment go by before he began speaking in his dry gravely tone, "From this moment on you are no longer a human being. You are a receptacle of knowledge. I will drain you of every piece of information I require until I no longer require you. There are two ways I can extract this information from you. Know however that I refuse to accept a lie, or any other fabrication of the truth. I will not accept anything other than cold hard facts. Compliance will earn you your salvation. To this date I have not found a suitable punishment for those who lie, if you answer wrong you will be my 216th attempt to find such a punishment." He paused his speech and wheeled a side table next to Marius' head, so if he turned it's contents of operating tools would be just withing his field of view.

"Are you ready to begin?"
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« Reply #232 on: Dec 10th, 2009, 11:14am »

"I dont understand doctor can you explain alittle better" Marius said trying to sound calm. Clearly Marius was dealing with a madman. Clauden seemed to have very reasonable people easy to sway. However Marius had a feeling that the man he was staring at was a concrete wall.

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« Reply #233 on: Dec 10th, 2009, 1:34pm »

Wade picked up one of the tools from his table and held it, looking at Marius as he thought to himself.

"I am going to ask you a question. Failure to answer in a truthful manner to the best of your ability will result in your harm."

He walks to Marius' leg slowly as he speaks, and places the C-clamp he had picked up earlier on Marius' knee-cap. Wade tightened the clamp until he just began to feel tension in it, and then gave another full turn just for good measure.

"Do you understand now?"

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« Reply #234 on: Dec 13th, 2009, 5:17pm »

Marius gritted his teeth as he felt the clamp attach to his knee cap. He wouldnt die now. There was no way this couldnt be happening. He started breathing in deeply as he felt the pain from his early wounds rise again. He reached his other hand into his pocket for his revolver. His face turned a dealthy pale when he realized. His revolver was in the other pocket and had no hand to pull it out with.

"I think I understand" Marius said trying to muster up some confidence. As he was under the complete mercy of Wade.
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« Reply #235 on: Dec 13th, 2009, 5:40pm »

Wade let go of the clamp, however left it where it was on his knee. He moved back towards Marius' head and continued his line of questioning.

"Albert, V, and the Baptist. I want to know everything you know about him. You can begin with your meeting him in the mines. I thought you killed him with a Gatling gun, is this accurate?"

Wade ran a finger over a number of the tools on the table, coming to a stop over what looked like a chisel of some kind.
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« Reply #236 on: Dec 16th, 2009, 8:38pm »

"He's a monster...we've been trying to take him down for some time" Marius said quickly he lookd around the room again for any hope. That's when he shook quickly in some attempt to weaken the imobilizing grip of the table. Marius stopped defeated and let out a short sigh.

"He killed my brother so I decided it was time to get him back...we lured him down to the mines and tried to blow him up in the mines and unfortunetely we thought he was dead" Marius said quickly trying to get out of this trap as soon as possilbe.
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« Reply #237 on: Dec 16th, 2009, 8:55pm »

Wade too the chisel and stood over Marius, pausing to think for a moment as he spoke. Wade placed it on Marius' ankle and raised a hammer, poised to bring it down.

"Why are you injured and who is 'we'?"

Wade breathed sharply and gave a practice swing to make sure we would strike on target when he swung for the chisel. He raised his hand behind his head, and made ready to strike should he feel like he was being lied to.
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« Reply #238 on: Dec 19th, 2009, 10:03am »

"clauden vigilantes" Marius said quickly as he saw the chisel over his knee. He wasnt going to let this man injure more then he was. Whatever this monster wanted he would give him his awnsers he just had to know one thing.

"Who are you and why are you asking me these questions" Marius asked as he looked at the chisel above his knee.
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« Reply #239 on: Dec 19th, 2009, 11:56am »

Wade spun the hammer around so that he would strike with the broad side of the head and gave a sound strike to Marius' shin.

"Why are you injured? Why do you have burn marks?"

He brought the hammer back into position above the chisel, this time he would not hesitate to strike it should he not get his answer.
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