Chinatown Rush (Anyone and everyone)
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12-27-2007, 06:47 PM
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Re: Chinatown Rush (Anyone and everyone)
Zorlo began to cough into his right hand, blood dripping down the gauntlet as he did. The fencer fell to his knees and dropped his sword. The green haired man looked at the blood on his hand and looked back towards Raisha, smiling. "Don't mention it," the Aura Master told her as he could feel the pain rush over his body. Transferring aura into other beings was not as pleasant a feeling as the fencer thought, and he had shattered Rai's weapon.
"More, I should say sorry," the fencer told her, and the reaper turned slightly. "I wanted to save you, and the flux of my aura I hoped would free you from the emotionless state you were in, since my aura is lined with positive emotions, but all it did was shatter your dagger. Rain told me a little about that weapon of yours, and how it helps you to maintain your current state of happiness. Please forgive me," the fencer said as he bowed down, looking at the ground.
"Don't worry about it..." the woman said as she trailed off into thought. "You did help me," the reaper said.
The green haired man stood up and picked up his sword, sheathing the golden blade with some silence. "So, what to do now?" the Aura Master asked the reaper. The ground shook slightly as the fencer noticed a figure slowly standing up. "Well, she lived... not that I'm amazed," the fencer said softly and Raisha laughed slightly. "I need to tell her something. I owe you, so if you don't mind, I'll help you leave. Also, I can show you where I think your brother is," the fencer said as he smiled at her.
Raisha looked wide eyed for a moment, but didn't have a chance to say something to the fencer. The green haired man had one more thing he needed to do before he left, and that was far more pressing then getting out of here. Cadenza and Johnny and Dybia could sort their business out themselves, and it was none of the fencer's business. For now, the green haired man could only do one last thing before he left.
Roery seemed to be standing, although still a bit shaky. After all, who wouldn't be after being slammed into the ground by the Dragon Hammer attack? The fencer had seen it once or twice, and knew that it was a powerful attack, especially when used by Raisha, who the fencer assumed even Rain was afraid to fight. After all, the Grim Angel's sister was extremely powerful.
Zorlo stood upon part of a destroyed building and looked at Roery. The female soldier stood up, looking up at the fencer with a great deal of disdain. "What do you want?" the science soldier asked, seeming to have a hard time keeping herself standing up.
"I just came to say you were right, and I'm sorry," Zorlo said as he let his smile fade into a look of a level of sorrow. "I am sorry to you for what happened on the plateau, and you were right. I didn't win anything on that plateau, nor did I settle anything by beating Kellson and you nearly to death. I don't care if you forgive me or not, but I wanted to tell you I'm truly sorry for what I did to you and the now dead man. I'd tell him, but it doesn't matter what I say. He and I are too stubborn to admit the fact that we both don't understand the facts of the other. Still, I think I'm gonna get going soon. Farewell, Roery," the fencer said as he smiled again as he turned from the soldier.
With that, the Aura Master turned from the female soldier and jumped from place to place, heading towards Raisha. "Now then, if I can help you in anyway or repay you for destroying your weapon, please tell me. I actually know a great blacksmith if you want to repair your weapon. What do you say?" the fencer asked, casting his normal smile.
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