Maya was hiding out in the woods after a recent reanimated attack, sitting in a tree. She was pretty good at climbing trees, and sleeping on one of the tall branches was helpful for avoiding dander. She had slept through the entire day, and waited until night to start moving. She liked the nighttime, it suited her. She nearly had night vision at this point, and could see pretty much everything, as opposed to most people who wouldn't be able to tell a reanimated from some hobo. Maya surveyed her surroundings, and climbed down from the tree. She got out her black katana, which was difficult for enemies to see at dusk.
Maya had been hiding out in a nearby shack in the woods for the last few weeks, hunting by night. But a recent attack by those damned reanimated destroyed the shack and forced her to retreat. She would have to find a new place to stay for now. She had to get moving.
She sliced down a few branches that were in her way, and continued through the forest. She found her way to a clearing near a steep hill. She saw what appeared to be a man passed out on the ground, and she ran over to aid him. She noticed a pouch that he had on him, and grabbed it. Inside was a needle. She knew what this meant.
A BioCorp Ghost Soldier.
Maya hated BioCorp with a burning passion. But despite a powerful BioCorp member laying right in front of her, a sitting duck, she couldn't bring herself to kill him in his present condition. She sighed, and started walking up the hill.
Suddenly, she heard a bloodcurling scream from behind her. It wasn't from a human. She turned around to see a bulky reanimated, likely a runner. It was alone.
"Strange, I thought these ****ers normally came in groups." Maya thought to herself. The reanimated was looking at the near lifeless body of the man. Maya could have run, left while the reanimated ate its helpless prey. But she felt compelled to help the poor man.
She threw a dagger at the reanimated, hitting its neck. It didn't kill it, and it ran at her. She sliced its head off with her katana.
Having saved the mans life, she couldn't help but do him one more favor. She got a full water bottle from her backpack and put it in front of him. She scanned the area for any more threats, and continued up the hill.
OOC: I was in a big hurry at the end, sorry. Also, I'm gonna be on a 3-day trip, so I don't know how much I'll be able to get on.