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By David L. McAfee

Jerusalem, 33 A.D. The vampires of the period have lengthy sought to realize a foothold into Israel, however the religion of the neighborhood Jewish inhabitants has held them in fee for hundreds of years.

When one in all their very own betrays them to stick to an odd younger rabbi from Galilee, the elders of the vampire race dispatch Theron, a 9 hundred 12 months previous murderer, to kill them both.

The rabbi's identify is Jesus. Killing him can be effortless.

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All present knew what would happen if their secret were revealed to the rest of the world. The humans would be relentless in their hunting. Though far stronger and much more dangerous than the average human, the vampire race was vastly outnumbered; they would have no chance against a widespread genocide perpetuated by the race of Man. ” Herris asked. " Mattawe spat. “The young rabbi from Galilee? ” He glanced at Herris as he spoke and raised his eyebrows in a gesture whose meaning did not escape Theron.

That meant Theron had only a few seconds to kill the other soldier and then turn his attention back to Claudius. He spun to face his other opponent just in time to avoid a roundhouse swing that would have severed his head had it connected. He ducked under the blade, but not before it opened a gash on his shoulder. Theron kicked out with his left foot, connecting solidly on the soldier’s torso and sending him crashing into the dusty stone wall behind him. Theron took a second to examine his wound, noting the lazy flow of blood.

Ephraim then stepped over to the far wall and eyed his ancient khopesh, which he had wielded for over a thousand years, though the style of blade had largely gone out of use eight centuries ago. He reached a tentative hand up to the sword, but his fingers froze before they touched the handle. Ashamed, he pictured the faces of his many victims, heard again their anguished screams, and saw their mouths stretched wide in agony. The smell of their blood returned to him, sending an unwelcome rumble through his belly.

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