Me, up high in the sky jumping from building to building, diving in the air like there was no one there. The men behind me were fast but not faster than me. They were chasing me, because I was an assassin, the man who killed their leader. The man was The Supreme Ruler of Space and Time.
Bullets blazing past me like little red and blue laser beams. The next thing I knew was that I had to make it into the portal otherwise the men chasing me would kill me. The small hole on the side of the building was glowing blue and white. On the other side was the planet called Nujazz, the home of a small group of people called the Jazz bandits. The bandits were a nomadic hill tribe in the mountains of Esber. Esber was a quiet little town of about 400 people. The town was cute and small in size. The trees were so tall and fat. The birds eat the bark of the tree to keep it that way. The colour of the trees was so bright that it lit up the whole sky at night. Still running, I slip through, to the bottom of the tree to hide in the underground city that no one knew about. It was a safe haven for all the criminals in the galaxy. But when i got there, there was no one in sight. It felt like a desert. I was worried because I was here to get my reward for killing The Supreme Ruler. It was about 4000 Space Dollars. I had to get the hell out of here. I went out the back entrance. I couldn’t see the men chasing me, they were nowhere in sight. I was nervous. I had to go fast because the men could be hiding. Night was falling fast, the patrol was starting. I needed a place to go but where? I headed to the transport bay in the center of town. The guards were everywhere. Every corner I turned they were there. What was I supposed do. Making it to the transport was the only thing I had to do, but it was hard. So I hid every chance I got . I finally got there and could see no one in sight. The queue to the transport craft was too long to wait. So what was I going to do, hope that they don’t see me? But they did, I ran faster now than I had ever ran before. There was nowhere to go. They had cornered me. I was not ready to give up, but there was no chance. The guard got me and I struggled as they pulled me into the back of their aircraft and flew off.