The “Tynooza finite”
By: Carla Sierra Arzuffi
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Chapter four: He’s alive! He’s alive!
You all must be wondering about the subject: Tyler Nooza is the human that can’t die. This is how it works; Tyler Nozza cannot be killed, not on accident, not by fire, bullets, water, or disease. Not of broken body parts, dysfunctional organs, and must important off all: old age. Whatever sort of death you can come up with, well Tyler can’t die by that.
Tyler reached his 27 birthday and stop aging, why?, how?, we don’t know, it just happened. Let me clarify that this is not a vampire story, Tyler can go out in the sunlight and he does not, by any circumstance drinks human blood.
Lets say Tyler was in a car crash, a very dramatic one, would he regenerate his wounds? No. He simply wouldn’t have any wounds, not a scratch.
One normal evening Tyler was smoking a secret cigarette on his roof (that’s something he only did when he was really stressed). When he finished his treat he got up to quickly and lost his balance. Tyler fell out of the roof.
While he was falling the only thought that crossed his mind was: “She won”. But 10 seconds later he was on the floor, scratching his head, alive. No bones were broken, and not a single drop of blood could be found. He started to laugh hysterically and then proceeded to scream like a crazy person “I´M ALIVE I´M ALIVE!”. That’s how Tyler Nooza definitely knew he was a peculiar person.
For the next couple of weeks he performed all sorts of experiments and stunts to see if he could get hurt. He never did. He was just as confused as you all must be, he didn’t know why this had happened to him, how he became this way.
Tyler savored the victory. Amanda could never kill him. But you see, Amanda would eventually find out that his brother could not be killed, and her plans would change. If she could not destroy her brother, she then would try to destroy everyone around him, every single person that meant something to Tyler would suffer the consequences; they would feel the fury of Amanda.
Every hero story must have a villain, every hero must have a weakness, and every villain eventually learns the weakness of his enemy.
To be continued......