“HELP!!!” screamed one of the very few remaining survivors. I rushed over and with the help of the other survivors we helped him out and brought him to the inside of the plane wreckage. The crash had crushed the man’s right leg.
“You’re going to be all right” I said, reassuring him, but his breathing slowed down and his eyes closed for last time.
“We will need to bury all these bodies” I told the remaining men
“Take their wallets for identification and get some coats and jackets from the suitcases to keep yourselves warm”
After we cleared the bodies from around the plane we went out to gather wood for a fire, I saw another part of the plane not very far from where we were so I went to see if it had any supplies. As I approached the plane I saw the body of a human, barely alive, still strapped in a row of seats, covered in blood. I ran to help but as soon as I got near, the silhouette of a grand beast rose from behind the body, two sharp golden eyes gazed at me, it stepped out into the light of the full moon with an amber colored fur that flowed through its body, the blood from the corpse dripped from its muzzle, it growled as it snarled revealing its razor sharp, bloodthirsty fangs. I stood my ground and screamed at the wolf, the wolf backed up and sprinted back into the forest. I ran to the body to see if he was still alive but before I could reach him I felt a big impact on my side knocking me off my feet, the wolf locked my left thigh in his jaws.
“HELP!” I yelled desperately and the remaining survivors rushed to my aid, throwing punches and kicks to get the wolf to flee. The wolf fled back to the forest to rejoin its pack. I tied a strip of cloth around my wound, luckily he didn’t break any bones. I figured that we were in a wolf territory. I told the survivors that we should take turns to keeps watch for the predators, one of the survivors had to urinate, so he picked up his torch and walked away from the group and as soon as he turned around two wolves attacked and killed him. I woke up the next morning to see his lifeless corpse in the snow, covered in blood. I announced the loss to our group and we decided that we should move from the area.
“We should move towards the trees in the distance, it will provide more warmth and fuel for fires” I said. We packed what we could and moved towards the trees. On our hike we encountered a blizzard which greatly limited our vision, one of the…