Rules of the Reapers

Before you drown in the Mobster and Monster Universe there's a few rules you need to know. 

Some monsters live in the daylight. 

Others play better in the dark. 

But one thing they all have in common. 

A human soul is priceless. 

 

That's where my story falls.

 I’m a Reaper for Death himself. 

Tasked with collecting souls for an endless bounty. 

But I made a mistake. 

Broke a sacred rule. 

 

Trying to keep secrets from Death can only last so long. 

Before the end of this story I’m sure I'll have to answer for the crimes I've committed.

Until then, make sure to never break a Rule of the Reapers.

 

How to Ruin my Mafia Reaper

 

Sometimes second chances only end with Death

 

Saint 

When I was sixteen I watched my only parent die, 

all due to a mistake I made when I thought I knew best. 

For two years I have fought my way through every f*cked up situation Life has thrown my way. 

It was Fate’s way of making sure I never forgot the deal I struck the day I escaped Death. 

Now it’s time to pay up but I’m not sure I can afford the cost. 

So, I do what I do best.

 I cheat my way to a loophole. 

The only problem? 

This loophole leads me right back to the boy I met at sixteen

 

Raze

It’s Reaper code to stay in the shadows. 

To do your job. 

To never ask questions. 

And of course, to never get close to humans. 

Especially a human that is nothing more than an abomination that should never have lived. 

It was a simple task- find the girl, reap her soul. 

Instead I let her live and reaped another. 

For two years I’ve watched her. 

For two years I’ve watched them break her. 

Every bad thing that has happened to her is all because I couldn’t do my job. 

Now she’s stepped into her final days and I finally have my second chance to fix this wrong.

 

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