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Clifford Barker
from chapter 8

Quinn was currently suffering through unbearable pain, he could’ve trained for another hundred years and he wouldn’t have been prepared for this. Suddenly Quinn could see his mother signing her frustration at him, a sight he’d seen so many times growing up. Each occurrence had been leading him to this moment. Quinn only had one memory which was worse than the pain he was feeling right now, and as the pair fought on, the recollection of his early life renewed his will to survive. Shaking his head free of needless recollections; Quinn’s mind was now closed. The target before him wasn’t even Zero anymore, but one of the asylum doctors who’d made Quinn so miserable back then. This was payback; and with increased vigour, Quinn fought with his remaining arm as if it were two.

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