Bryan "Infidelix" Rodecker runs through the streets of Ireland trying to find some place to hide. He knows his assailant is getting closer. The clapping of the little man's heals echoes through the streets of Dublin like the chiming of church bells. He doesn't know what he'd done to piss off the little man, but the large hip-hop artist wasn't about to wait around and find out. He runs faster, turns the corner of a building and stops in front of the blue-green waters of the River Liffey that runs through the center of Ireland's capital city. He has no place left to run.
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His assailant steps from the shadows, his features looking more demonic illuminated by the street lights. He resembles the great Irish boxer Dean Bryne with short dark hair and eyes that warn people not to screw with the little man's treasure. A tight green vest and shiny black top hat adorns his head, and the words "Lucky Charms" echo like a horrible drum beat, an anthem for the leprechaun slowly circling the Denton hip-hop artist like a tiger preparing to pounce.More »