Karkat groaned, his eyes fluttering open. “O)(, Karcrab, I sea you’re back from your nap.” Fef’s face blocked his vision from everything, her hair like a black veil of nothingness. He moved his head back, away from her. Feferi stood up, “OF COURSE.” She glared down at him, then replaced it with a wide smile, “W)(ale you s)(ouldn’t )(ave woken so early.” She pulled out her trident, his blood still brightly decorating the prongs. “You s)(ould )(ave stayed asleep.” Karkat stared at her in confusion, not remembering the slashing of his stomach and then the passing out from bloodloss. “UM… WAIT WHAT.” Fef’s laugh echoed loudly off the walls of the room, “O)( Kar~” “UM…” Karkat backed up a bit, his back meeting the wall. “W)(-ER-E DO YOU T)(INK YOU’R-E GOING!!” Her faced was scrunched up in pure rage, as she forcefully jabbed her trident into his leg. A few giggles escaped Feferi’s throat as Karkat yelped and clutched the trident, his knuckles turning pale from the force of his grip. “Did I say you could swim away?” Her hair obstructed her face from view, “AGHH! THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH YOU.” Feferi laughed softly, her shoulders shaking with each one, “W)(at’s wrong, W)(AT’S WRONG?!” Her laughing became psychotic, as she threw her head back like it was some joke she only knew. Finally calming down the laughs, she looked back down at Karkat, “O)( Karfis)(, do you not remember t)(at first blow?” She leaned down, close to him, her hand tracing the now stitched up wound, “T)(e slas)( I gave you in front of everyone?” “YOU NEED TO RELAX, PLEASE P-PRINCESS. UGHH…” He winced from the throbbing pain of both wounds. She scowled, “I don’t need to relax, mutant. Now,” She stood up and pulled her trident from his leg. He fell to one knee, her back turned to him, “I will cut you a deal, Karfis)(.” “…FUCK FINE…WHAT IS IT?” She turned to him, a sweet smile gracing her lips, her trident behind her, “I s)(ell spare your life, if you kelp me cull everyone below me.” Karkat looked at her with confusion, “WAIT…W-WHY WOULD YOU…” “W)(y would I?” She hummed to herself, slowly walking over to the injured troll, “W)(ale I’ll tell you Karcrab; insanity makes you do t)(at kind of stuff… plus I’m bored.” She squated down to his level, “W)(ale Karfis)(? Your life,” She held up the prongs of her trident to his throat, “Or everyone elses.” He gulped and stared up at her, a look of fear and sorrow clouding his eyes, and yet he nods, “…OKAY, DEAL.” She smiled widely, “GR-EAT!” She stood and walked to a chair, “In order to make s)(ore you don’t break t)(e deal, ending with you suffering a long and agonizing torture for t)(e betrayel, I’ll let you get t)(e first fis)( to fry…” She sat down into it, resting her trident next to her, “-Eridan sounds good for t)(e first krill.” She turned to look at Karkat, her tyrian eyes seeming to stare into his soul, “Don’t dissapoint, Karfis)(. Cause’, if you do, w)(ale…” She stroked the trident, “you know.” She giggled thinking about what would happen if he did. “I WILL, HAHA, I SWEAR.” He tried to get back up, but slumped to the ground in pain, “FUCKING DAMN IT, YOU MESSED UP MY LEG.” She looked away from the pathetic mess with a sigh, “…suc)( a grubby.” She stood and walked over to him, pulling out a splint and bandages, “Next time,” She began fixing his leg, “remember to talk to me wit)( respect.” She tied the bandage a little too tightly on the word ‘respect’. “T)(ere, all fixed.” She stood and walked back to the comfy chair, “Now, )(urry along, Karcrab.” “YEAH YEAH.” He kind of limp-walked to the door, “O)(,” He stopped, “and bring back something of )(is, )(is scarf or body maybe, just to make s)(ore you culled )(im.” With that, he limp-walked out of there to find Ampora. She giggled to herself.
)(ow many trolls, can one cull, before t)(e ot)(ers find out~