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    posted a message on The Forum Arena

    Marie. Why not.

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    posted a message on Mysteries of the Ancients [IC]

    Ki'than looked up at the rainclouds. These would certainly impede his ability to fight well. Not only did they make him colder and slower, but the water on the ground made the arena slick. Both competitors had to deal with this, however. Ki'than closed his eyes a moment, listening. A match had just ended. Ki'than heard the King call his name, and someone else names- Sontar.


    Ki'than entered the arena once again and faced his opponent. A young elven boy, likely 18 in human years stood across from him. He had short blond hair that stuck to his head, and proud blue eyes. The boy held a longsword, roughly longer than Ki'than's sword by half. Sontar raised his sword to a very standard position for battle, his hand not wavering an inch. This boy was very disciplined- he was precise, exact- he didn't want to waste any energy.


    Ki'than also noticed he held his off-hand in an extremely particular way. The position of his fingers didn't change his balance, nor his ability to fight. Something like that for someone so disciplined was either habit or superstition. He was obsessive about it. Things had to go a particular way, and he would not tolerate any deviance.


    "Begin!" The King said.


    Sontar approached calmly, but swiftly, muttering something under his breath. Magic? No, he wouldn't- Magic was illegal. This was likely another aspect of his obsession- a certain phrase or song that helped him focus. Ki'than stood still, his sword at the ready. He planned on exploiting Sontar's obsession to his advantage. The elf, once in range swung at Ki'than. He deflected it and jabbed his opponent in the chest before stepping back. Sontar took a moment to cough, before continuing his muttering. Ki'than repeated this, but instead struck him in the neck.


    Sontar coughed on the ground a moment. Ki'than could tell from a distance his voice was hoarse. The elf rose up, his mouth closed and silent. Ki'than also noticed him to be agitated. The z'taari traded a few blows with him in a short duel, but he noticed the boy was putting too much power into his swings, and they were much less precise. Ki'than continued to exploit the boy, which fueled his frustration, which made him more exploitable. At this point, it was only a matter of time.


    "GAAAH!" He shouted, making his hoarse voice even worse. He threw his weapon away and raised his hands. Ki'than assumed this to be his surrender. The medic mages came into the arena and made sure he wanted to surrender, and he nodded in reply. The mages then healed the two of them- For Ki'than, a few minor bruises were all- as the king shouted out his usual praise to the winner.

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    posted a message on The Forum Arena

    Symettra.

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    posted a message on The Forum Arena

    Magnolia. Again.

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    posted a message on The Forum Arena

    Magnolia will live! I swear it!

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    posted a message on The Forum Arena

    Ill save Fi now.

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    posted a message on The Forum Arena

    Ill get Marie then.

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    posted a message on The Forum Arena

    I have no skill, i have no brain. You guessed right, im a Symmetra main. (Saving her btw)

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    posted a message on The Forum Arena

    Magnolia wont go down so easily.

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    posted a message on The Forum Arena

    Might as well make Fi safe.

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    posted a message on The Forum Arena

    Ill rescue Hanzo now.

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    posted a message on The Forum Arena

    Ill save Marie, now.

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    posted a message on The Forum Arena

    I choose to save Magnolia! Anyone who has played Bravely Second will know how much we have to protect her, how much she has helped us, and how much she has endured.

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    posted a message on Mysteries of the Ancients [IC]

    It was late in the evening. The sun was nearly set, and the last fight of the first round had begun. A middle aged Dwarf lady, named Darin, and a T'Kal man, who was called Citus. The former wielded an intimidating ax, with intricate carvings on the head and shaft. The T'Kal wielded what he called a Duertemo, A long pole with two blades, one on each end. Such a weapon must take great skill to wield, whereas the ax didn't require as much training. Artemisius drew a deep breath and spoke, "Let the match begin."


    Citus rushed Darin, and struck her weapon with his own. He quickly stepped away before she could react, and moved back in at a different angle. His weapon moved with grace and speed, whereas Darin was hardly able to keep up. But then, she swung her ax, and nearly caught her opponent. Citus was surprised at how close she came, and that gave her the edge. She quickly followed up with the blunt half of her weapon, and broke the T'Kal's leg. He fell over, and she drew her weapon high, in premature victory. Citus drew his weapon back, and threw it into Darin's back. She fell on her face. Blood came from her mouth.She was unconscious.


    "Aha! Well done Citus. This can teach us all one valuable lesson, never turn your back to your enemy until you know they are dead for certain. Or unable to continue! Haha!" The medic mages rushed onto the scene, repairing Citus' leg and carefully removing the Duertemo from Darin. "And this concludes the first round of the 300th annual Ketto Tournament. I do hope you all enjoyed today's spectacle, and I also hope you return tomorrow to see the second round. Until then, i bid you all good fortune."


    The King then signaled the mage next to him to cancel the sound amplification spell. "Send a message to Daniel. Tell him to send the losers in the first round back to the city. Those that have won may stay." The mage nodded and went. The king then thought back on his own words. There weren't any records of a death among them... come to think of it, they said they couldn't even be injured by normal means... even the mages had trouble... they simply went away, as if a miracle... but that was generations ago, i'm simply paranoid. Artemisius smiled to himself and returned to his carriage.

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    posted a message on Saviors: Infinity [OOC, Accepting]

    " idea, given by a dead interest check brought from the graves"


    Huh...


    *checks old threads*


    Oh...


    Anywho, i cant make long posts rn, but save me a slot.

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