The story so far:
She awoke with a lump wedged in her throat, her pillow laying damp beneath her. Lae was sitting up in bed listening closely to the walls of her small concrete shack. They seemed to echo with an eerie awareness. She lay back slowly as to not make a noise. She thought she'd smelt something, like a -
Lae threw her covers off of her and wrapped a night dress around her naked body. Still slow from sleep, Lae stumbled her way into her washroom where she locked the door quickly behind her. She began working on the small window overlooking the counter top. This was the only window in her small, concrete reserve house. It was no bigger then two cereal boxes placed beside each other. She knew she could fit. Her small frame was capable of squeezing through even the smallest of getaways. She had gotten the screen off and was climbing onto her counter when she heard another noise. She heard screaming followed by the sharp pang pang of guns..
Once outside, Lae could see the cause of her fear. Savages, groups of them, ran into their barrier walls with great, steel covered trucks. Blocks of cement broke off the walls and came tumbling down into their village. Savages were corrupt outsiders, joined together to form a massive horde of evil. They raided camps, killing soldiers and men. To the woman and children..Lae cringed..she didn't want to think about it. Men and soldiers were piled along the walls, trying to penetrate the automobiles with their bullets yet were unsuccessful against the steel. The men- the savages, sat inside these trucks, ready, sawed off shotguns in hand. One of our woman leaders of the village was yelling for woman and children to follow her. She'd lead them into the safe bunker below the sand.
Lae's camp had never been breached before. They have had attacks but those had just been savages and guns. Never before had she seen such demonic vehicles. Some were painted red with black " **** " written all over the sides. Others had dead animal heads stuck onto their fronts. And one was laced with spikes and gave out a mighty roar as it came plowing into the village.