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Title: Out For Blood
By: angstytimelord
Pairing: Will Graham/Aiden Gillan
Fandom: Hannibal/Blood and Chocolate
Rating: PG-13
Table: 1drabble
Prompt: 29, Blood
Disclaimer: This is entirely a product of my own imagination, and I make no profit from it. I do not own the lovely Will Graham or Lee Fallon, unfortunately, just borrowing them for a while. Please do not sue.


"I'm surprised they haven't shown up yet."

Aiden's head jerked up at Will's words, his blue eyes widening. He hadn't really been paying attention, and that was a mistake that could be deadly.

He knew that he had to keep alert at every moment. At this point, he didn't even want to sleep, even though he knew that he had to do that sometime. He didn't know when the loup garou would strike, and he wanted to be ready when they did.

He had been lost in his own thoughts, and that could be dangerous. It would be far too easy to let himself be taken unawares, unprepared for what was to come.

If he did that, then he and Will were both dead.

The loup garou would be looking for any gap in their defenses. Aiden knew them well enough to know that they would use any advantage they could get.

And they would be out for blood. This time, they wouldn't be content to just toy with him and terrorize him; no, they would be ready and more than willing to finish off the both of them. He and Will might not have much of a chance, but at least they would go down fighting.

He wasn't going to stand here meekly and let his enemies have their way with him. He wouldn't bare his throat and let them take their pleasure.

He had fought the first time they caught him, and he would fight again.

This time, he had someone by his side, fighting with him.

Maybe he and Will couldn't win. Maybe they were fighting a losing battle. But he wasn't going to sacrifice either of them like lambs to the slaughter.

This wasn't going to be easy, and he knew it. Aiden was sure that Will knew it, too. He was very aware that they might have set themselves an impossible task. One or two of the loup garou, they might be able to fight off, with the aid of Will's dogs.

But there would be more than that. There would be a pack of them. Half a dozen had come after him the last time, and this time, there might be even more.

The thought chilled Aiden's blood and made him shudder.

The last thing he wanted was to pull Will into this. But he was a part of it now, for better or for worse, and Aiden was glad to have his support.

Without Will by his side, he would be lost. Maybe the two of them would lose this battle anyway. Maybe there was no way that they could win. But they could at least fight, and they would have the satisfaction of knowing that they hadn't simply given in.

Nodding, he answered Will's words, raising his hand to shield his eyes from the sun as he squinted into the distance, wondering if they were being watched.

"They'll show up. When the sun goes down, they'll be out for blood."