"How about this?" Nenshou said, drawing a thick line with his own blood into the palm of his right hand. He ran through a different series of handseals. "Kuchiyose no Jutsu!" A pillar of smoke billowed up, and when it cleared there stood an armored bird. The bird had a steel helmet, a steel chest plate, and even steel razor wing attatchments on the front of its wings. The bird had no beak...In fact, it had fangs. And, it was tall. As tall as Nenshou. "I'm a little rusty on this technique...Let's go, Gusoku!" he yelled to the bird, jumping onto its back. Gusoku spread its wings and charged at godspeed towards Zorlo. The fencer just barely dodged.
The bird spun around and took flight, charging upwards at atleast ninety miles an hour. It swooped around and glided to a halt, locating its prey. Without even looking, Gusoku charged towards Zorlo beakfirst. Nenshou, standing up all this time, was using chakra to stay standing. Zorlo was about to activate his Air Slash technique, if Gusoku hadn't let out a terrifying screech. The screech was extremely loud, so loud that Zorlo's ears began to bleed. Nenshou, though, was immune to the targeted noise. Zorlo understood now; This was no bird. This was a bat. A humongous bat.
Nenshou, though, should be running out of stamina, he thought, as Nenshou made handseals. A small hurricane of flame poured from his mouth and wrapped around Zorlo. Yes, he was trying to finish him off now. The fire licked and scratched and teased Zorlo from all sides, and burned away the rotting flesh of the surrounding Undead.
And the Necromancer's plan had fallen into accordance. The severed limb of Tal Rech't which he had obtained from a nearby crypt, and a chakra string from the fabled Greater God of Chakra Kijuuki Inmetsu was all he needed to summon the Bird of Ashes, an amazingly powerful undead phoenix. And now that the Juubi no Urufu and the Aura Master had tired each other out, and the Juubi was no longer dormant, he would have control of both of their powers to be able to summon Veiran Szacc'il, the Fourth of the Four. The Azure.
The fencer stood engulfed in the flames. As blood fell from the fencer's ear fell to the ground as the flames seemed to be consuming him, but no cries of pain, no sounds of death, just the sound of flames crackling. The Aura Master's body suddenly appeared to be engulfed within green flames inside of the red orange flame of his foe. The fencer suddenly began to spin, and the flames spun with him, suddenly being scattered as the fencer moved faster, creating a dome like attack as the flames finally died out, leaving only a crater around the fencer who was now engulfed in green flames. His natural aura had been awakened, and this made his power flow greatly.
The Aura Master could hear again, thanks to the demon blood in him quickly healing his body as he readied to fight on. The fencer stepped forwards and revealed that his foe's flame attack had done no damage at all to him, and that his foes attack was just a waste of energy more then anything. The fencer's aura began to gather around his sword as he looked at the boy who was mounted upon his giant bat. "I can't be beaten so easily. Using my aura to manipulate the air around me, I created a barrier that I easily expanded by spinning and nullified your flames," the green haired man told the boy, stepping out of the crater that had appeared after the youth's spin. "Now then, shall we continue?"
"Why won't you die?!" the ninja boy asked in annoyance, his bird swooping at the fencer. The bat made several attacks at the fencer, each of which missed as the fencer either jumped, side stepped, or blocked. Finally, the creature and his master made another, high speed dive bomb, aiming to crush the fencer this time.
"I can't lose, I have to much to live for," Zorlo stated, gathering his aura into his sword and throwing an aura slash that slammed hard into the bat, throwing it and the boy back, and tossing them both into the ground. The fencer moved towards the two wounded warriors, readying his sword to strike at them. "I'm not sure quite how powerful you think you are, but you came up quite short this time," the fencer noted, his green aura still very strong. Yes, he was tired, but that didn't impede his energy from flowing, and his body from being ready to fight on. "Now you have learned your lesson about attacking random people, haven't you?"
Suddenly the two noticed, all of the zombies were gone.
The necromancer looked at the short sword, finally stopping drawing from the near infinite pool of energy the weapon seemed to have. The ruby aura that had engulfed the weapon was still glowing, but it was slowly fading. "That was close. That weapon radiated with energy that is unstable... it must have a second weapon that allows for full control of it. I can't believe I was nearly consumed by this weapon," he groaned, looking at his other materials. "It matters not, because now I can summon that creature. I'll kill them both, and then I'll absorb their individual powers and become invincible. The time has come!"
Fun Fact: You used the word Nenshou once in the whole thread
IC: The ninja's kunai broke as he thrust forth, Zorlo striking it in half in mid-strike. Then, breaking through Nenshou's offense, stabbed at his arm. A huge wave of power almost cut his arm off, and would have if he didn't teleport to safety, directly behind a large redwood tree. Taking two steps, the ninja fell to his knees. He had to reach deep into himself, and grasp the Juubi's chakra...As Nenshou did this, the necromancer was clear in his mind's eye, holding the short sword that must have been Zorlo's. This enraged him. Not only was he to blame for that, but necromancy was a cruel thing...Sick, and cruel. The dead deserve rest, not misuse and abuse.
And that drew the Juubi's chakra. A controllable amount, yet one to match Zorlo's. The Juubi had in fact loaned Nenshou the chakra through his small amount of rage, realizing the danger he was in; If Nenshou had died, the Juubi would die with him. His scrapes, bruises, and stab wound were slowly yet visibly healing, and he stumbled to his feet. Drawing a fuuma shuriken, and letting his intense aura of chakra flowing with a power of its own, he charged towards the fencer. Green hit black as the two weapons collided, though as Zorlo's weapon was more powerful, Nenshou's got reflected. But the ninja didn't let that stop him. He spun around, firing two small white fireballs. The fencer sidestepped them, but underestimated their power. They pushed away the aura around him for a few seconds, and Nenshou saw this opening, firing two more fireballs. One hit him dead on, the other was stopped by his aura.
"I see you're stronger," the fencer grinned with zeal, bracing the burn. It wasn't too bad of a burn, and it actually went through the jacket he wore to his skin. The ninja matched his grin with less passion.
The time had come.
The chanting of his lesser necromancer minions had stopped.
The time had come. The Bird of Ashes was rising, slowly and with great care. Its massive bony, yet ghostly and transparent figure flexed its sixty foot wingspan.
The time had come.
OoC: My plans for the bird.
-It's not completely on the two's plane.
-It's not completely on the parallel Material Plane.
-It phases itself onto the two warriors' plane to strike at them.
-It phases out to not get hit.
We may have to fight it together, one on the material plane and one on the real plane. If so, I'll put Nenshou on the material plane, since I could describe it better :3
OoC: Most interesting, and sorry it took me so long, intensive practice and a training trip to Florida wore me out, but now I'm getting caught up.
BiC: The fencer turned as he heard a high pitched screech from something not of this world, slowly rising, covered in terrible, blue flames. The Phoenix must have stood no smaller then about fifty feet and looked down at the ninja and the green haired man, both of which who looked upon the strange creature. Its narrow eyes, appearing as little more then red slits, gazed down at the two that had assisted in summoning it, and it released another high pitched screech from its rather small beak. The beast set its feet down upon the ground, grasping the early remains with the massive talons upon its feet. The monster looked at both of the young warriors, gauging exactly how strong the two were. The monster opened its mouth, but this time, it spoke.
"FOOLISH MORTALS! HOW DARE YOU FIGHT IN MY RESTING PLACE?"
The small necromancer stepped out from the shadows and moved towards the monster, holding the items that had been used to create the beast. He moved towards the Phoenix, his yellow teeth exposed as he placed one hand on the creature's back. "You are finally fine," the mage of the dead stated as he looked at the beast, the man still grasping the fencer's sword.
"So, you are the one that stole my sword," the fencer stated, looking at the man, holding his golden blade tightly as he readied to attack.
"See! It wasn't me," Nenshou added, looking at the necromancer. "Guess he needs to die, then we can settle our battle," the boy muttered, spinning his shuriken around as he watched the man, before unfolding it and throwing it at the giant bird.
The Phoenix watched, and just as the blade drew near, it seemed to fade from view, and the blade passed through, coming back around and slamming into the necromancer's back. The master over the art of controlling the dead spit out some blood and slowly stood up, looking at the Phoenix. "How dare you?! I brought you back, and you do something like that to..."
A sudden surge of blue flames engulfed the necromancer as the bird looked upon him, moving his beak down and picking up the short sword as the flames from the bird finished incinerating the foolish mortal. The necromancer's ashes flew away and the bird turned, suddenly throwing the sheathed short sword at the fencer, who caught the blade with ease and stared the massive bird down. "FOOLISH MORTAL THOUGHT HE COULD CONTROL ME, BUT I SHALL BE NO ONE'S SLAVE! NOW THEN, YOU TWO MUST DIE!" the monster cried, blue flames powerfully emanating from its body.
Zorlo stabbed his rapier into the ground and rested his right hand around the hilt of his short sword, his left holding the sheath of the weapon, as the white blade revealed itself slowly, and then, in a quick motion, the fencer drew the blade and spun the hilt in his left hand before returning it to his belt. The left handed fencer then placed his hand around his rapier and pulled it from the ground, and readied both swords to fight. "Let's dance then, birdy!"
The translucent phoenix charged at Zorlo, his swords ready. As soon as the bird drew close, he jumped into the air, raking his swords into the dead flesh of the bird. Though what would have been drawing blood was not; The "flesh" that the bird lost were just wisps of smoke. No contact was made. The phoenix, for a split second, turned a solid, non-translucent color, and in that split second, hammered Zorlo down into the ground. But that was the information he desired.
"Oi, kid. He turns solid to attack us, but when he's not all solid like that, he can't be hit." Zorlo told the ninja.
"Got it. You could probably strike harder, faster than me, so I'll get his attention," he responded. "But first, before I get his attention, you distract him," he added with a smile. Taking out a scroll from one of his pockets, he drew blood on his thumb from a previous wound, and spread it across the parchment. He then rolled the scroll up, and began making handseals.
Zorlo readied his swords once more, eager to dance with the bird again. Swinging his swords into an X position, he waited for the bird to come. If he dodged the attack, he pondered, it would still try to hit him and stay solid for an extra amount of time. And the phoenix swooped; Zorlo just barely dodged it, but was able to by jumping on top of its head. He then ran to the tail along its back and spun around, releasing the Air Cross Slash. The slash hit its wings after a few yards, ripping them up. The bird crashed to the ground.
"Katate no Jutsu!" Nenshou yelled, pausing his ultimate summoning technique for a moment. The shield of magma raised in front of the falling bird, and since it was injured in that point in time and could not shift back to the material plane, it crashed beakfirst into the wall with a crushing sound. Nenshou went back to his summoning, knowing it was definitely not over.
And it wasn't. The bird was transforming at that moment. Transforming into something more ghastly. A humongous black dragon, translucent, with a serpentine body and long arms, razor-sharp claws extended to kill, teeth abare. Its tail had a hunk of sharpened adamantite on it.
It would've struck, if not for the humongous ring of black chakra that just erupted from the ground where Nenshou was standing. Zorlo, who was standing inbetween Nenshou and the dragon, had to back up a bit. The ground beneath Nenshou was moving.
Still moving. Nothing would happen until Nenshou wanted it to, and that's what he loved. He loved that single moment where he looked the coolest. Which he was, to his own belief.
...Lots of minutes. Until at long last;
"Sorry about that, had to build up the tension. Karyu Kuchiyose no Jutsu!"
OoC: Nenshou and the dragon will be on the material plane automatically once the dragon rises from underneath it. That way, the dragon cannot escape. If you want, you can have Nenshou summon you a bat to ride on or something, now that he has some of the Juubi's chakra. You can describe the bat in any way, or it could be the same one from before.
As the boy stood silently, gathering up his energy, the fencer watched the ninja's aura become very focused. Suddenly, the boy slammed the scroll on the ground and a massive web of the foreign writing appeared, and a massive poof followed the web. The white smoke that appeared was massive, but stood only about half the height of the black dragon that faced down the ninja and the fencer. The assassin stood on top of the red dragon's head and was transparent, as the red dragon was as well. The boy looked at the green haired man and smiled.
The Aura Master smiled back and began to laugh. "Dynamic tension, eh?" the fencer asked jokingly as he looked at the black dragon. "I'm guessing you and the dragon are on one plane, and me and that beast are on this plane, meaning he can't flee. I guess the time has come I show off some of my power!" the fencer said as his green aura flared up and engulfed the green haired man in an emerald blaze. The green haired man looked out through the blaze of his aura and smiled at the boy. "This is me at full, natural, power. Let's end this, shall we?" the Aura Master asked, pointing his golden blade at the giant monster.
"I see you aren't a stickler for holding back when you don't have to," the boy joked, pointing at the dragon. "Now, slay him, right?! Okay, let's go!" the boy cried as he and the dragon charged, crashing into the black dragon and driving him into the cliff wall, creating a small indent as the black dragon quickly pushed the smaller, red dragon back, towards the fencer as the black dragon returned to the fencer's plane.
"DAMN! HE'S CAPABLE OF MOVING PLANES AS WELL? I WILL NOT BE DEFEATED!" the creature roared as it looked at the dragon and its rider.
The fencer had started his assault, moving at a high speed towards the creature, who didn't notice the green haired man until he was right beneath him. "You can't have forgotten about me, could you?" the fencer asked, pushing himself into the air and moving his swords in the pattern of four slashes, releasing a Tempest Slash at the beast.
The black dragon was hit hard by the eight pointed star as it pushed him back into the indent, making it larger. The beast pushed itself to its feet and looked at the fencer angrily. "BLASTED MORTALS! HOW DARE YOU CHOOSE TO FIGHT ME?! I'LL KILL YOU AND ABSORB YOUR POWERS TO MAKE MYSELF INVINCIBLE! I CANNOT BE DEFEAT-"
"Blah, blah, blah," the ninja interrupted as he and his red dragon were readying to attack again. "I've heard crap like that before, now just shut up and die," the ninja warrior stated, looking at the black dragon intently.
"Yes, I have heard the same things before as well, now can we please continue?" the fencer asked, looking at the creature with an intent to continue the battle.
"FINE, BUT IT WILL BE YOUR FUNERAL!" the black dragon stated, readying to charge again.
As the dragon charged, he shifted between realms rapidly, trying to confuse them. But that would not work, since they both launched their own attacks at the same time. The dragon was hit by Nenshou's dragon this time. It was launched by the dragon's sweeping tail into the ground, creating a large crater.
Then, it switched to the neutral plane, where Zorlo was there to attack. He launched an air slash into the dragon's right eye from a foot away, and the blood streamed out onto its long, snarling snout. The dragon exploded with action in a rage, whipping the ground with the end of its tail, clawing towards Zorlo, and snapping his jaws towards him as well. The fencer dodged it barely, but was not ready for the next attack; a jet of green flame burst out of its mouth, searing the ground and melting any rock within twelve feet of it. Zorlo himself couldn't dodge in time, and got a large burn on his right arm. The burn stretched across, from shoulder to elbow, and was black in color.
The necromancer raised himself. At long last, he felt, sought, heard. And at long last, he could get revenge on the traitorous bird. He would unsummon the bird, and at that instant, summon the demon Veiran Szacc'il. The drow elf...He could destroy a planet without even twitching. Sadly, the necromancer knew that when he summoned Veiran, he would be terribly less powerful. Stronger than the phoenix though, and he could completely eradicate the two warriors.
And so, he began the chant. The wretched dvunrae Varimathras had left a scrap of the Azure Tome that he had appropriated from Veiran, in their fight with Mirorin, Rein, A'marul, and Sakka, on Amaran. And the necromancer has it now.
He lifted it with magic, and the chanting grew stronger. Louder.
As the dragon and the two warriors fought on, they could almost feel the power being raised could be felt from where they all were. And soon, the chanting could be heard. As soon as the dragon heard this, he stopped the battle. Completely.
Dragging all his power into one attack, morphing himself into a bullet, he charged towards the chanting necromancer. The chanting grew louder, and sharper. Screaming telepathically to everyone in a four mile radius, the dragon in his bullet form literally shot towards the necromancer.
"Van vis veiran-Vires, vel vak'star vumon vyn venra vrr Vires. VEIRAN-VIRES VEL VAK'ST!"
The bullet met the necromancer. The necromancer completed the chant. All in a terribly small fraction of time, the necromancer died, the phoenix was banished, and Veiran appeared.
Kneeling down. His azure robe, azure cape, and azure hood covering every inch of his onyx-black skin, his cowl covering his crimson eyes and white mane of long hair. The azure mage slowly stood up, relaxing his energy. The energy he released created a large crater beneath him.
And he looked to the fencer, and the ninja. He looked to them, nothing else. And they heard what the azure mage meant to say. They heard it clearly.
The fencer and the ninja looked upon the Drow mage, who merely glanced at them, and slowly turned to face them, not intimidated in the faintest. His azure eyes and clothing made the fencer shudder slightly, but what stood out as being even more horrifying is the fact that, despite the fact the fencer guessed he was dead, the Drow's body showed no signs of any kind of decay or damage. The azure clothed one didn't move anymore then turning to face the two warriors, and even with that, the Drow paid them little, if any, mind.
"I don't know who you are, or who you think you are, but that isn't going to happen," the ninja warrior spat at the Drow. "We've got more power then you can begin to imagine," the boy boasted, and not unjustly. Compared to a normal warrior, both the fencer and the Juubi were very powerful, but this creature was on its own level of power.
The Aura Master closed his eyes and allowed himself to see the world through the eyes of the aura signals his foe was giving off. First, the fencer gazed upon the skilled assassin, who's aura was black, only discernible due to the difference between the spectral realm and the physical realm. The boy's energy was impressive, and even made the fencer come to understand how the boy had fought at such an even level with him.
The Aura Master slowly turned his spectral gaze upon the ebony skinned creature, who's energy was the same color as his clothing, azure, and massive in stature. Whereas Nenshou's aura, or chakra, as he called it, was very high, this man's power seemed to be almost like an endless flame that covered the whole extent of the graveyard they fought in, maybe more, the fencer couldn't tell. The fencer's eyes shot open and he fell backwards, stumbling slightly as he fell on his backside. "I didn't think such a thing was possible for a mortal!" the Aura Master stated, slowly moving himself to his feet.
"What are you talking about?" the Juubi asked, shock across his face.
"This guy's power is far beyond anything I've seen, or even thought possible for a mortal."
"I think you are overreacting, and just to show you, I'll kill this guy in one attack," the boy stated.
"You don't understand!" the swordsman yelled out. Or you couldn't, you didn't see how vast his aura was. We'll never be able to defeat him at our current levels, even if I use my Ancient Aura, the fencer thought to himself glumly.
The boy and the red dragon charged bravely at the Drow, who was merely smiling at their assault. "Time to die!" Nenshou yelled out as the dragon took a massive breath and rained orange flames down on the ebony skinned mage.
The Drow merely seemed to stand silently, the flames dancing around his body, as if an invisible barrier was holding it back. "Not quite," the Drow mage said, holding out his hand. Strange black energy gathered in his hand, and a powerful blast, almost like black thunder, shot both the boy and his dragon away.
The dragon disappeared, and the boy slammed hard against the ground, the black thunder still dancing around him. The Drow slowly approached him, picking the boy up by his neck, having frozen the boy with his dark magic.
"You fell short. Well, I think it is time I stop this strange energy from seeping out of you, it is annoying, like a bee sting," the creature said as he thrust his palm into the boy's chest, and more black electricity, along with the black chakra, shot out in several directions. "Now then, that beast within you shan't escape, now that my personal seal is on him," the mage gloated, looking upon the fencer. "What are you looking at?"
The fencer shuddered slightly, but tightened his grip upon his sword and charged at the Drow. "Take this!" the Aura Master yelled as he jumped into the air and swung his sword down towards the Drow.
"Not so fast," the Drow muttered, placing a hand at about the fencer's stomach, and a powerful, pitch black ball fired from it, throwing the fencer back hard, causing the green haired man to slide on his heels before stopping and dropping his sword. The Aura Master covered his stomach and looked up at the Drow warrior, astounded at his power.
Is this the end? he asked himself, watching the creature slowly approach.
The black elf swept the fencer up with a flick of his finger and bathed him in white flames. Blood sprayed from the warrior as Veiran raked his mighty claws across Zorlo's face. A kick that Zorlo could not track sent him upwards, and a fireball blasted him down again. He panted, trying to calm his nerves, but to no avail. His whole body screamed with pain. He was going to-
A psychic scream interrupted his thoughts. The scream was high pitched, and filled him with the fear of death. He tried to scramble away, but failed, and Veiran grabbed him by his neck and threw him into his knee.
"You're boring. No squirming, or swearing. Struggling, screaming..." Veiran said as he teasedly rubbed Zorlo's jaw in mock affection. This put Zorlo under a spell; one that would make him fall for Veiran. "I want you to die." the elf commanded. Zorlo snapped out of it completely, and jumped to his feet, ramming the elf with his full body.
In a berserk rage, Zorlo threw his swords' hilts into the elf's shoulders, hammering him down into the fencer's knee.
And the elf rose, completely unharmed.
"Hmph, that wasn't too smart."
The clone of the black elf detonated.
"Damn, not now!" Kijuuki yelled, making handseals. Two extra pairs of arms grew on his side. As he reached his destination, the graveyard where Veiran was resurrected, he opened three seals. One a seal of binding, that completely paralyzed Veiran, as well as more complex things. Two others brought Nenshou and Zorlo to separate planes, planes where their true powers were brought out. Veiran's power was split in two, one for Nenshou's plane and one for Zorlo's.
The fencer's body lay limp, unable to fight back as the monster proceeded to beat him within an inch of death, but something forced the fencer to move on, and this was his utter determination to destroy this evil creature of azure attire. Slowly, little by little, life seemed to just walk out from his body as if it had never been there, but still, several thoughts of people that needed his protection occurred to him. He had to defend them, it was necessary, and he could not simply stop living because of what this creature had done to him.
Meanwhile, the landscape shifted, the graveyard fading, and silver and gold flames erupted from around the two warriors as the dark skinned elf's energy began to decrease, and very dramatically, at that. The flames slowly began to extinguish, leaving the forms of a forest, similar to the one that the green haired man had walked so many times in his dreams. He had returned. The Ethereal Forest, or at least its energies, began to rush into the fencer's body, and power seemed to begin to erupt from him.
The Aura Master's hand clenched, pulling dirt from the ground as his body quickly pulsated and then stopped, although it was briefly. Suddenly a second pulse, this one slightly larger. Then, a few moments later, a third pulse. The fencer's body released another pulsation, this one caused a powerful tremor that made the ground shake as it moved, causing the grass and trees to sway in its power.
The dark skinned elf looked at the youth, slowly standing up and coming to grips with the fact his power had been split. The mage snickered, looking down at the swordsman who didn't seem to move, but merely, his energy seemed to escape and nigh exploded from inside his body. The Drow held his hand out, creating a large, azure fireball within his hand. A small smile spread over the creature's mouth, speaking softly the words, "Die."
As he was about to release the fireball, a massive power exploded from within the fencer; a powerful golden energy erupted, so powerful, in fact, that dispelled the elf like creature's fireball and threw him into a nearby tree. The fencer stood in the center of the golden flames, that now simmered slightly, and two golden wings appeared from the warrior's back. "I can't let you win, for I have people to protect," the green haired man stated as he picked up his sword and pointed the golden sword at the mage. "I will defeat you!"
This power...Nenshou had never obtained it. This power was Kijuuki's. In other words, he has yet to unleash the Shadowkaton seal. And he was engulfed completely in the black flames; he had only seen Kijuuki in purple flames that covered half of his body...
The plane that him and the mage were on was very unstable, so he had to work quickly. He went to make handseals...And they were done in an instant.
"Shadowkaton, Housenka no Jutsu!" he whispered. At the speed of sound, twenty black fireballs were launched from his mouth, straight towards the demonic dark elf. Veiran tried to raise a shield of magic in time to block, but failed, and the fireballs blasted him to the ground. Nenshou unsheathed a fuuma shuriken, and unraveled it. As he made handseals, runic text began engraving itself into the blades of the shuriken. "Shadowfury Shuriken, Windmill of Forgotten Souls."
As Nenshou said this, his chakra leaked into the shuriken. It began to grow, and the blades began to sharpen. Finally, he whipped it, straight towards the demon with all of his strength.
It whistled towards him, and as Veiran tried to move, he realized he couldn't. And the shuriken hit home; Veiran's chest, unluckily, and it completely shattered his very soul.
The shuriken absorbed his soul.
Nenshou's arm had broken from the throw, and now he was out of chakra; as soon as he was brought back from the plain, he collapsed on the ground unconscious.
Destiny, itself, had seemingly been rewritten, but by what, the fencer did not know. All the green haired man knew was that it was time to end this battle, once and for all, and that meant slaying this dark elf. The green haired man moved slowly towards the creature, who stumbled to its feet, seemingly weakened, not only by whatever had brought the warriors here, but by the fencer's Ancient Aura. Each step the Aura Master took closer to the creature, the more it seemed to try to escape from him.
"Fate elected you die once, and now, it seems, fate has chosen that you die once more," the green haired man stated in all seriousness, staring at the creature that had once overpowered him so easily. "But unlike you, I won't torture you until you die, but rather, I'll kill you with one move."
The dark elf stared at the fencer, anger filled in its eyes. "I'll destroy you still." The dark elf gathered up more azure energy and struck, throwing several fireball at the fencer, each one deflected by the Aura Master's hand, and not a burn mark or injury was left. "DIE!" the creature commanded as it continued to volley fireballs at the youth, who easily deflected them with only one hand and great ease.
"You've lost, now then, die!" The fencer stated, suddenly vanishing and appearing past the dark elf and the tree in behind him. "And with that, you fall," the Aura Master stated as the reincarnated dark elf fell in half, and the tree behind him fell upon his body. The fencer turned, looking at the tree with his eyes wide. "Whoops, didn't mean for that to happen," the fencer stated as the realm around his vanished.
In only seconds, the fencer returned to the graveyard and found the boy that he had fought laying on the ground, completely unconscious. "You fought admirably, and I'm happy to have gotten a chance to battle you, but I cannot wait for you to awaken to finish our battle, for I have something I must get back to doing. You are very strong, you just need to learn to control you energy," the Aura Master said as he patted the youth on the head and began walking out of the graveyard. What a strange day it had been.