A very dark evil man walked though a quiet town. The smell of the human’s filled his noise, reminding him why he wants nothing to do this them. The town of Zartai was busy today, unlike any other. The man in black walked through the town quickly in wanting anything to do with them. As he pushed his way though the town he thought about the reason why he had to come through this town. He almost wanted to come at night but decide not to.
“Hey, Umi, why don’t you just kill them?“
“Killing them as a nice sound to it. But you remember why I chose day right?”
“Yeah, because if we were attacked it the city you would have to do some work. Just go a kill all of them all ready their smell is killing me. If you don’t kill them, I will kill you.”
“And how do you plan on doing that?”
“I don’t know yet. You know what stop talking to me. Really, I never met a man that wouldn’t kill her me.”
“I don’t know if you notice yet but you’re not a women anymore. With that said, there is no reason for me to kill for a sword.”
“Stop talking you, you. Oh I hate you so much. Why did I have to be stuck in this sword.”
“It had something to do with you not killing. Now you stop talking to me, we’re at the exit.”
The Demon walked through the exit and turned around towards the town. Grabbing the hilt of his great sword he turn the blade and cut the rope. “Here’s your kill Niku! Let’s have some fun Killer!” He swung the sword around cutting his hand and putting over the hole in the sword. Then a black and red gate appeared next to the Demon. The gate opened up slowly and wind started to be sucked into the gate. Umi started walking away into the big grassland, when is stopped.
OoC: I wanted to leave it open to how ever you want to walk up to him. Now I got to go a read your character. Yeah I shouldn't make a opening without read the other person character but I don't care since I don't put the other character in my opening post.
Kellson enjoyed the gonging sound of brass knuckles glassing someone in the face. It reminded him that he was definitely a better brawler than they were, and the unconcious body lying on the floor proved it.
There was an unscheduled yet always anticipated event that happened in every city or town. No one could expect it, but it was always expected. It was only slightly uncommon for someone to die in the event. Only just. The event...
"Oh, goddammit," Kellson swore, slipping his hand into his satchel. Why did these people start brawls so randomly? Why not when everyone was drop dead drunk, so no one would get hurt?
He walked up to the man who had shouted and punched him in the face. The drunk went down like a ton of rectangular building things. Kellson left them to their fun and walked out the door, still holding onto the bottle of beer he had bought. He felt slightly unsure about the wiseness of this purchase; he normally didn't drink. Every now and then he would buy a beer, but he always felt a bit guilty. And whatever happened, he never, ever allowed himself to drink more than one. If you drank two, you'd end up drinking another, and another, and pretty soon you'd be lying naked in the gutter with a black eye and no wallet.
A tall man caught his eye as the demi-angel-man-thing strode down Main Street, trenchcoat billowing behind him in the autumn wind. As he drew closer, Kellson could see the man was taller than he had thought. Walking a bit closer, it turned out the man was insanely tall, at least a foot taller than him. Yikes.
Lazily strolling along a fair distance away, he easily went the same way as the 'giant' while still looking as though he was only out for a short trek to the barber's. This little town probably didn't know what a barber was, but metaphors work no matter where you are.
Reaching the outskirts of the town, the man who was tall many times over unsheathed a sword and cut himself on his hand. Kellson blinked, but kept walking towards him. The giant swordsman held his bleeding palm over the sword. The colors of Hell itself fizzled into existence, creating a circular swirling thing. A portal? Who knew. He'd find out soon, though, because Kellson had reached the man.
"Eeeeeeeeeemo," Kellson drawled, rubbing the brass ring around his knuckles. "Cut yourself again, it reminds me how much I laugh at self-mutilation."
OoC: I just remember something I should have done it my last battle with him. When and if Niku talks to your character I'll put it in pink. You can do the same thing if you want her to say something to your character. I don't really get to use him much so the fighting will not be so great at first.
BiC: "Hmm.." Umi turned around to see who would dare say a thing to him like that. As he looked off into the distances he could see no one around. "Oh said that?"
"Me?" Umi replied back, looking down at the man in front of him. "Did killer miss someone?"
"No not that I know of."
"Well, it seems you luck has ran out human. How dare you tell me to cut my self again! Who, do you think your talking to!? Niku time to wake up! I got someone else that wants to die."
"Some one else to kill and I just to do it. How much fun I'm going to having, I wonder?"
The dark blue eyes of the sword open up. The tall man swung the big sword down off his shoulder were he had been holding it. The big black sword moved quickly through the air as in started to make its way down to his opponent. The black hair man jumped out of the way from the big sword. The sword hit the ground and half of the sword when through the dirt ground. The demon just smiled as he looked at Kellson. The Demon seemed almost happy the man didn't die from his attack.
He lifted the sword out of the ground and moved it back to his shoulder. Dirt covered half of the blade. "Well another fast one I see. This could be fun..."
"Sure, fun," Kellson said, unsheathing his sword. "If you consider being beat in the face to be fun'... And I don't really care who I'm talking to. You all die the same."
He held the sword at his side and grinned at the huge man. "Or do we? You must be a demon. No one is that tall, and no one calls me human after seeing this."
Unfurling his wings, he took to the air, hovering at the demon's eye level. He could tell it was sizing him up.
"Come and get it, bloody boy," Kellson taunted.
The demon didn't waste words. It charged. Kellson waited until the last possible second before zipping out of the way and throwing a solid left hook to the demon's head. The brass knuckles made a crunching sound, but it didn't seem to hurt the demon as much as hoped. Kellson flew backwards (it wasn't easy) and hovered.
"Wow, your sword's worthless. Or you are. Missed me."
"How dare you? I am not just a sword!" something screamed. The demon charged again and cleaved the air where Kellson's head had been seconds before. Kellson sprang up, hiding his wings beneath his skin.
"Could've fooled me. Metal, long, heavy, woah!" He leapt into the air and somersaulted to avoid a swing from the sword. "Look like a sword to me. Is that even the sword talking, or are you a schitzo?" he asked, smirking. This time, he didn't dodge the blow; he brought up his sword and blocked the swing from the demon.
Immediately, he felt himself being pushed into the ground. His hands were tingling from the blow. So going sword to sword with this one wasn't a good idea. He moved to the side and dropped one hand from the sword hilt. As the sword went down, his hand went up and caught the demon in the face. Another crunch and a small clang.
Kellson flipped back and landed impassively. He wasn't sweating or breathing hard; the amulet had seen to that.
Umi just laugh at the man with wings. He knew from the start the it was going to be hard to touch the man. "So others think you’re not human because of those wings. That's what I find most dumb about the human race." Umi moved the so it stood tall up in front of him. "So don't tell me your one of those humans that like to play hero."
The flying human replied back to it but Umi wasn't really listening to the man words. He started talking just some he could find a weak point. He stood the sword up so he was protected from any attack that may come. He soon replied back, "That's nice you can keep thinking that, but the fact is you humans are too simple mind for your own good."
He kept looking on at the human but he couldn't find a weak point then he could use. Soon he notices that the human wasn't breathing hard and he thought that to be strange but couldn't tell why. Then he swung the sword up trying to get as much dirt from the ground that he could. The dirt flew through the air and Umi run forward. The dirt didn't reach the eyes of the man but shock the man to move out of the way.
The Demon came down with a powerful swing but the winged swordsman just middle air back flipped. The Demon stopped his attack right in the middle of it. The grass felt what was going to be the impact of the sword as the parted in the shape of the blade. Damn, that didn’t work.
"Fast one you are but I'll find away to stop that."
"Simple minded? Me? Now, that's not very nice," Kellson said. "And I don't play hero. I am an antihero. Big difference."
The flying dirt, while being one of the most ridiculous attacks he had ever seen, had almost worked; he'd have to keep a better guard. In addition, fighting in open spaces was boring. Time to kick it up a notch: sheathing his sword, he turned and loped away.
"Catch me if you can!" he shouted, bounding off into the town. Behind him, the demon hesitated before charging after him. Bugger, he's a juggernaut, Kellson thought. Without slowing down, he effortlessly propelled himself into the air, flying to a rooftop. Dewinging himself (Hurray, now I'm 'normal again!), he turned to face the oncoming demon.
Bouncing from one foot to another with pent-up energy, he called, "Hey! Demon's sword! Your mother was a butterknife and you're covered in scratches!" The sword--was it magic?-- screamed something back. "Whatever," he said.
The demon leapt and hauled himself to the rooftop. "Surprise," it said.
"You can just go ahead and die," Kellson said. He held out a hand. Light burst from his fingertips, blasting the demon and sending him off the roof. He could hold this position until the demon broke it's neck in a fall.
Umi stopped running after the human. When he jumped back down to the ground. He was getting tired and knew he couldn't fight if he kept on running through the town. "Niku." He said while moving the big sword in front of him.
"Summon Killer." He moved his hand slowly a cross the blade. His warm blood ran down the off the blade and on to the ground. Then it start get sucked into the port of the blade. The portal opened up next to him much like it did before.
A red blood coved dog jump out of the portal and landed in front of Umi. "Killer I want you to kill that man for me." The Demon pointed to the human that he had been fighting.
"Yes, I'll see to it." Then the dog took off after the winged human
"Niku do you think we have enough blood to summon Blood Bath."
"No not yet give you body some time to make more blood."
The dog ran out to the roof were the human was. Umi yelled, "Have fun playing with me dog he's a good boy." The dog jumped up at the human really to bite but missed when he moved out of the way. The dog landed and moved out from where he landed.
Kellson sprang out of the way. "Holy Jesus, what did you do to your dog?" The hound was stained crimson red, almost oozing with blood. It growled at him. "My master said to kill you, and so I must."
Kellson kicked the dog away as it bounded towards him, sending it sprawling. "He tried to wipe out the entire town, kill me for no adequately explored reason, and cuts himself. Face it, dog, your master's a giant prick!"
The dog leapt at him again and Kellson swung his fist. The brass knuckles connected with the bloody hound, making a resounding crunch. Enraged, it got past Kellson's guard and bit him on the leg. Blood spurted out of the wound, and the dog wouldn't let go.
"Bugger!" Kellson shouted. He whipped out a dagger and stabbed the dog in the back. "Get off me, bastard."
The dog slunk back, growling. They circled each other warily. The mud-brick roof was cracked in some places, Kellson saw as he limped in a circle. Almost as if...
They continued circling, and Kellson saw his chance: the dog was on a spiderweb of cracks in the brick. The winged man leapt into the air, unfurling his wings, and let out a blast of energy downwards on the surprised dog. It was crushed downwards into the house in a pile of rubble. Hovering above the roof, Kellson blasted other weak spots in the roof. In seconds, the dog was buried under hardened mud.
Kellson turned to the demon and floated towards him, ignoring his aching leg. Blood was still oozing, so he'd have to fly more than walk. No problem.
"Damn, I was hoping that dog would have gave me more time." Welll if Killer couldn't do more then that I have no hope of beating him right now. He has been playing with me from the start. The demon looked around to see if there was anything that he could use to help him. There was really nothing he could see to help him with the fight. "I'll let you live this time. Niku, summon Killer again."
The big Demon quickly cut his arm and summoned the dog back to him. He jumped on the back of the dog looked at the man. "I'll remember this day on you worry. Killer let’s leave."
"Yes master." The dog took off like there was nothing on his back. Soon to dog and the Demon was out of sight.
OoC: well since I can't think of anything else to do I'm ending it here. That was a good battle maybe they'll meet again when Umi is stronger.