"Oh. My. GOD!" I screamed, grabbing the back of Cammy's blue shirt and shaking her around. "What?!" Cammy screamed back; sounding like she was in a vibrating chair. "Look!" I shouted, pointing over a green hill. Cammy followed the direction my finger was pointing and her blood went cold when she saw what came sprinting over the hill. She grabbed the hand I was shaking her with and gulped. We didn't even have to say anything to each other, both of us turned on the balls of our heels and began sprinting across the clearing, screaming at the tops of our lungs "CREEEEPEEERRR!"
As if screaming it's name gave it a powerful boost of energy, the Creeper sprinted faster than before, slowly gaining on us. I was hot on Cammy's heels, the only reason she was ahead of me was because she was lighter, and a lot faster than me, and she was a hell of a lot healthier than me. In fact, the only reason I was running at all was because of this damned Creeper on our heels. A pile of dirt came into my vision, I couldn't swerve around the pile because that would mean I'd crash into Cammy. I couldn't go the other way because a mountain was there. So the only thing I could do was jump over it.
I was never good at running away and jumping over things in the process of the running, as a Minecraft beginner I wasn't even good at much to begin with, but this was a matter of life or death. So, out of the most desperate part of my being, I took a huge leap of faith right over the pile. The result of my jumping happened in slow motion.
The part where my foot got caught on a lump of dirt suspiciously shaped like a root, the part where my pick ax flew right out of my hand and the handle hitting Cammy right on the back of the head, and the last bit where we both went crashing down to the ground together, causing a chorus of painful gasps. We both laid there, incapacitated and doomed. For a split second, I believed that we had out run the Creeper, only to have that thought shattered by the light footsteps approaching us and the faint snake like hissing that grew louder and louder.
I turned my head, which seemed ten times heavier that usual, to face Cammy. She was flat on her back, her brown eyes squinting angrily at me. "I'm, going, to, kill, you, so, BAD!" Cammy said, speaking in between gasps. She clenched her fist tightly on a pile of sand and threw a bit of it at my face. One of the Creepers thick legs stamped down firmly on my back. I gasped and turned my head some more so I could see the Creeper, feeling slightly like an owl.
When I saw it, I regretted every second I was forced to look at it. It had big, beady black holes in it's thick head and it's skin was every shade of green you could imagine. It's mouth was in the biggest and saddest frown I could see, and coming from the empty and sad hole, was a faint hissing noise, something similar to what I would hear coming from a deadly snake. After the longest couple seconds of my life, A giant explosion filled the air for a moment, and after that, silence.