To Writhe (Keiji Maeda vs. Quillfire)
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07-16-2005, 08:27 PM
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Re: To Writhe (Keiji Maeda vs. Quillfire)
OOC: Here we go…
BiC: Tokumaru stood outside the massive coliseum. Huge slabs of stone made up the large infrastructure, and intricate runes were carved into the rocks that surrounded the whole of the arena. A maleficent Storm began to brew, and the glory that was the coliseum transposed into a gloomy setting; there was no more radiance within the whole place, and Tokumaru wished that he and his relatives didn’t have the strong affinity to have storms pop up wherever they went.
Luckily for the samurai, however, the Heavenflames that he was known for were completely resistant to an form of precipitation, so he had nothing to fear from the coming storm. Holding the sheathe of his blade tightly, Tokumaru walked cautiously towards the massive building. He had gotten a hint from a villager in the town a few miles back that the ghost who had destroyed Kylios, a city Tokumaru had been residing in, was participating at the regional coliseum.
He had to get back at that ghost for all that he had done. “That bastard.” cursed Tokumaru. “He will pay for all those lives he took. Mercilessly slaughtering those innocents… It cannot be forgiven! He will feel the coarse edge of this blade against his spiritual flesh. I won’t let that demon through my grasp. Even if he is already dead, I will seal him within the Gates of Tartarus and make him suffer Eternal Damnation!”
In his newfound glory, the Heavenflame samurai rushed towards the coliseum in a sprint, calling upon the Inferno; normally he would wait for the fight to drag on to unleash it, but this time, it was personal. As he entered the large arena, he saw millions of people watching a battle between the oh-too-familiar ghost and another, hideous creature. Quickly, the ghost slew the beast, and the regional emperor clapped his hands in glee from atop the high stands above the Arena.
It was then that the ghost turned his head and noticed Tokumaru.
“Well then,” the ghost said, “has someone come to get revenge, on I, the great Triax?”
OOC: I’m ashamed to call this a piece of work, but you rushed me SO much. ‘Nuff said.
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