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'Here it comes!' Rufus would have time to think before Jima's barrage of attacks came his way. He noticed her eyes being closed, but didn't assume that meant she would miss or not spot his own movements - she wasn't a rookie by any means. As such, he could only power through and hope for the best.

Rufus returned her charge, managing to side-step the first swing but taking the brunt of the second. Before the third could land - though it did - he threw a punch aimed at her gut. He was hoping to knock the air out of her and give himself some window of opportunity -  opportunity to do enough damage to put them back on even ground.

(Gut punch: 5%, hoping to stun)

Aura: 20%

Beacon Academy / Re: A Lunch Side Chat [DGTL]
« on: December 16, 2018, 09:29:21 AM »
"Thanks for the compliment, but while I'm in my armor the thing I'm best at is being a target," the tank girl said and looked towards Brock. "Ah, dang, forgot about that. I'd offer my parents' help with that, but not with dust ammo of that quantity."

She huffed. "Logistics is another problem with this team, I suppose - my dad can make you some temporary guns or something if need be, though."

She then grinned, taking a large bite out of a piece of bacon. "Point stays - did good, let's eat!"

Beacon Academy / Re: Starting a rebellion [RBLS]
« on: December 15, 2018, 09:26:08 AM »
Reginald was about to respond to Akel, but decided against gracing her with one. In reality, he couldn't think of one. Instead he stood up slightly, his arms still crossed and glanced around. Shiroe appeared to preparing four cups rather than three, so he was counting on him to join them. Even if he detested the other two, he remained on good terms with their new leader.

"Yes, Earl Grey is quite fine," he answered and glanced towards Lilla. Then back towards Shiroe. "Us Royales aren't quite tea drinkers or coffee drinkers. Different beverages fit different situations, be it coffee, tea, champagne or wine. None pair particularly well with... cookies."

It almost seemed like he spat out the last part - did this snot bubble really see himself as above eating cookies?

Beacon Academy / Re: Meet and Beat [Team CASA][Closed]
« on: December 02, 2018, 03:15:37 AM »
Coconut actually jumped a bit at Prism's voice. He hadn't heard her this commanding in some time now... A massive, lascivious smile crept up on his face as he saluted back and straightened himself out, unsure what else he should do. "Y-yes, ma'am!"

A part of his mind was glad that the new girl and Prism's bossiness was able to take his mind off Amane so quickly. Another was almost upset how that was the case - in just a little while he would forget what she even looked like. Forgetting a girl like that didn't sit right with Coco, not in the slightest. But that was the way things were - he could only accept it and move on.

It was now time to focus on the new girl.

Azure Blair. Tall - about as tall as he was, even! Great hips, sizeable chest - nice. The blue tint in her hair was definitely a good look in Coco's books, as were the piercings - he wouldn't get one himself but he found them appealing, unlike some people. And finally... The tail. The t a i l. Blessed be whichever gods had granted Coconut another faunus teammate.

The poor guy was sweating like a pig when Azure asked him to reintroduce himself, though luckily his coat hid most of it - his face was glistening, though. "C-coconut! Coconut Cream!"

"Y-you think you can take three people at once?" Coconut asked, that dumb smile still on his face. Was this girl really that good? Was she just cocky? Was he okay with it either way?

Probably not, possibly and yes.

Beacon Academy / Re: A Lunch Side Chat [DGTL]
« on: December 02, 2018, 02:57:53 AM »
Janna grinned at Diana. "I'll have to show you a good meal sometime then, eh?" she commented, glancing at Brock's food and then at her own. "Though I 'spose the two of us aren't exactly prime examples of 'normal eating habits' either."

She then nodded to Zaffre. "Guess the problem might be that we got good ranged capabilities with all of ya, but Brock and I lack mobility. I'm a bit too slow to get back and help ya if I go out in melee." she said and rubbed her chin. "Hrm. That'll take more brain power than I have to give at the moment, I guess."

The amazonian woman half-shrugged and took a sip of juice. "But Diana's right - for what it was worth, we did pretty damn well out there." 

"The rifle is the most noble of weapons!" Reginald called out, almost sounding... genuinely offended. As Calen went for his overhead strike, Reginald was half-prepared. He had been expecting - hoping for, even - a simple attack such as a slash or a stab, but his plan remained the same. Reginald tosses his cape off of his shoulders and towards his attacker, having removed the latches on his shoulder just before.

With his cape in the air, his next move was to lunge towards Calen with his bayonet - while the overhead strike had made it easier for Reginald to pass by his own cape, it also meant that Calen's attack was not fully stopped. Reginald was still crashed into and sent back across the dirt, gripping his rifle as he was. He felt the cold harsher than before now with his cape gone, but he wasn't ready to give up yet.

"Do not underestimate me, swordsman!" he called out, taking out one of his daggers but not yet rising from the ground. "I'm no worse in melee as I am at ranged!"

He really wasn't.

(Bayonet stab: 5%)

Aura: 83%

The Vale Region / Re: Royal Rumble [CLOSED]
« on: November 10, 2018, 04:21:52 AM »
Prism would find a door at the top of the staircase which would lead her into a much nicer looking hall. The walls were actually covered in proper, pure white paint with rows of wooden doors on either side. Next to each door was a plaque with a name and supposed occupation carved into it: R. Joule, Manager; PM, Manager; K. Hart, Manager; G. Bourbon, Manager; Whitaker, Associate; Administrator. There were also several which were blank - if she were to try and open these she'd find the rooms completely empty. Strangely enough, she wouldn't find a single living soul around - even the rooms which were supposedly in use were abandoned.

Mordred remained equally motionless and expressionless while Hart smirked, knocking his glass against 'Jane's'. "I'll offer a toast for yours, at least. It's not my fighter your friend is going up against - at least, not anymore. But I will say... She'll probably need all the luck she can get. Sark can be a real pain a good fighter's behind." As he spoke, he seemed to glance towards the man sitting on the opposite side of the arena - the one dressed in the damn pig mask.

It was at this time that the intercoms hidden away in the corners of the room came to life.

"Lasses and gents, I hope you all found yer seats well, 'cause tonight is going to be a bit of a special fight! A cage match to the last drop, and our administrator's promised us that we'll get a bit of a surprise at the end - we don't know how good it'll be for the fighters, but it's gonna be damn good for the rest of us! And now, without further ado, here comes today's challenger - Alter! A newcomer to the fighting game going up against our reigning champion, we can only wish her luck, can't we?"

As Akel stepped out into the arena, met with cheers and chants on every side, she'd find herself in a fully enclosed metal cage. It looked sturdy enough and capable of withstanding a blow or two, but a heavier strike from a blade might be able to cut through it. As she entered the door behind her was shut and locked. After a short while the chanting quieted down as if in anticipation of something. The intercoms came on once more.

"As for the champion himself - we ought to hope Alter here's made peace with her god, because this man won't be one to show any mercy! Known as the 'Bloody Blade', 'Red Angel' and 'Fucking Psychopath' - it's none other than motherfuckin' Sarkans Tulpe!" the voice announced excitedly, the crowd bursting into cheers again. The door on the opposite side of the cage slid open.

Sark's Theme: Monsta X - DRAMARAMA

Sark stepped out into the cage with his sword resting over his shoulder and a can of coke in his other hand. He was maybe in his twenties or so, with unkempt red hair poking out in every possible direction. The guy was dressed somewhat plainly, with a pair of loose, black trousers, a red undershirt and black suit jacket over it. His intense, deep red eyes remained trained on Akel as he walked out and sipped the soda in his hand. He looked her over, then scoffed and tossed the can in the air, slicing it clean in half with one slash.

"Another one of those creatures. And here I thought I'd get a decent fight," he spat out, loud enough to be heard by Akel - though likely overpowered by the chanting to those in the stands and manager seats.

Beacon Academy / Re: Meet and Beat [Team CASA][Closed]
« on: November 10, 2018, 02:15:13 AM »
Coconut was upset.

Amane was cool - and really cute, too. He felt that without her, a part of CASA would be lost. The fact that they had gotten a new member so quickly was great, but even so he didn't know a thing about them. Sure, the information was sent to him on his scroll - but, well. Yeah, that was the problem.

To top it all off, it was time for another early training session. Well, sure, they'd get to meet their new teammate, but who's to say they wouldn't turn out to suck? Coco enjoyed his old team composition - being the team's only guy and its main frontliner was great. What if that were to change?

With these thoughts the swordsman sauntered into the arena, donning his full combat outfit - today he had opted for a pair of silver clips in his hair. He looked out towards the middle of the room and spotted Jocelyn along with...

Coconut looked up into the sky. He was certainly not the most religious or spiritual of people, but in that moment he spoke to whatever higher power there was and whispered: "Thank you."

He slowly approached the pair with a big, goofy smile on his face. Once he was close enough, he figured he should introduce himself. "Hi, hello. Coconut."

Jiminy Cricket, Coconut, you sure nailed it this time.

Beacon Academy / Re: Starting a rebellion [RBLS]
« on: November 10, 2018, 02:03:36 AM »
"Never heard..." Reginald repeated, dumbfounded. Never heard of the Royales? Had she been living under a rock? She must have been - how else would someone not know something which this dumbshit considered to be common knowledge? Well, at least he had some retort to the following question. "Peh. I would assume that our success in the Vytal tournament wouldn't ring a bell to someone lacking culture, either."

He squinted at Shiroe. "You should know that I keep my hygiene perfect, Shiroe," he grumbled and crossed his arms, leaning back into his bed. God, this sucked - two new members and both of them hated him. Well, he hated them, too! So there!

He peered at Lilla's bizarre display. To be judged by someone like this? Bah. No, Reginald wouldn't pay her any mind. Cookies be damned.

The Vale Region / Re: Hitting the bullseye [Closed]
« on: November 08, 2018, 11:03:34 AM »
A bit taken aback by being called 'adorable' all of a sudden, Anza blushed more but was able to compose herself enough to extend her own fist and pinkie and lock it with Kisha's. "U-um, sure! Promise!"

Anza got up as well, stretching her arms out above her head. Sure, the ride hadn't been long, but the last thing she wanted when she had to run around the trees were stiff limbs.  "Yup! Let's do this!" the girl said with a thumbs up as she followed Kisha out of the Bullhead.

Razzy lifted his head up to spot the oncoming attack - a big, fuck-off scythe swing covered in fire. Oh no.

There was little for Razzy to do except to try and get out of its way, but he did not have much time. All Razzy could really do was roll away and at least avoid being directly slammed by the blade. Even so, when the scythe struck the ground, Razzy was washed by its flames and sent across the dirt by the force of the attack - he still took quite a bit of damage.

The boy still got back up on his feet, albeit a bit shakily - as he did, he was already moving forward again. That plan had not worked out the way he had hoped, but he was still in the lead. He couldn't waste that - instead, he rushed at his opponent, switching Rozhe to its sword form. All he could do now was try and deal some more damage - which is what he did as he went for a pair of simple slashes, hoping that the crash Revya suffered would have made him a little less guarded.

(Double slashes: 5%x2)

Aura: 61%

Beacon Academy / Re: A Lunch Side Chat [DGTL]
« on: October 28, 2018, 08:37:45 AM »
"Ah, it's nothing - not like I'm not used to that armor." Janna said, sipping her juice as they were joined by Brock and Zaffre. "Hey, you're damngood at the 'laying waste' part, Brock. You ought to be sayin' that with pride."

The tall woman nodded along with Zaffre's words. "Yeah, good idea. I'm no strategist, but with out setup, we might be better off sticking closer against folks than we do against grimm. Sort of play it more defensively, yeah?"

Janna looked towards Diana again. "You really ought to eat more, Dee - especially after a fight like that!" She commented before chowing down on a slice of bacon.


Rufus was smashed across the face by a mace - he doesn't try to resist the force, knowing it'd only make things worse. The buy was flung quite a ways back, but wasn't off his feet just yet. Despite his best efforts, he wasn't sure if he could win anymore - Jima's weapon was still about as effective as before, while he was left with just his fists. He couldn't use his semblance any more - he'd likely pass out from overexerting himself if he tried. But this wouldn't be his first loss, far from it. But if he were to lose, he'd do it on his own terms - just like he always had.

Rather than go for another charge immediately, Rufus cracks his neck, approaching the girl slowly. His stance is still as tense as before, however - striking first clearly didn't work out, but if she attacks him... He could do something.


The lights weren't just there to throw off Revya's aim - they were a distraction from Razzy's own actions. The boy had tossed the cartridge he had been holding towards the dust crystal - just like against Zabar, he fired upon it, mere moments after Revya had shot forward. And just like last time, the boy wasn't quite far enough from the crystal. The following blast of wind flung him away, as prepared for it as he was - Razzy crashed into the dirt a decent distance away from the explosion. But, hopefully, it'd do more against his opponent still in the air.

(Airsplosion: ~8% from the exploding cartridge, dust crystal not really doing direct damage. Getting flung/ crashing up to you.)

Aura: 76%

The Vale Region / Re: Hitting the bullseye [Closed]
« on: October 20, 2018, 01:18:34 AM »
Anza tapped her chin for a moment, thinking. "Hm... Do you have a boyfriend?" the bowgirl asked, tilting her head as she did. "I-I mean, you're cute is all - not that I-I'm interested, j-just curious!"

The moment Anza was struck with the realization that her question might have come across as too personal or awkward she seemed to fall apart. A noticeable blush appeared on her cheeks, her eyes darting from side to side as she looked for an out and found none. And to think how confident she had seemed just seconds before!

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