The cabbit never would get a chance to use that spell, as the man in the middle would have an ungodly large hand grab him around the top of his skull before slamming him to the side, first into the two on the left, then the one on the right before the hand would let go, letting him fall to join his friends. All four men rolled over, ready to hop up and attack their assailant, but all four stopped in utter shock at the sight before them.
Standing at seven foot two, and weighing well over four hundred pounds, without the heavy steel armor and weapon in his right hand. His beard and hair blew in the wind, looking like fire as he stood there, with a dead body over one shoulder, and the mark of the rune knights emblazoned boldly on his right shoulder. Add the blood, and the expression of pure rage, and Kaido was likely a terrifying sight.
"You four will find the nearest guard and turn yourselves in to him, admitting your crimes fully. If you do not, I will personally hunt each and everyone of you down and do to you what I have done to this one." Kaido said as he dropped the body at their feet, showing the blackened throat. "And I will know. The guard shall tell me. Now get going." Kaido growled, likely sending all four men scurrying away, to terrified to disobey.
Do you hear the Whisper Men? The Whisper Men are near.
If you hear the Whisper Men, then turn away your ear.
Do not hear the Whisper men, whatever else you do.
For once you’ve heard the Whisper Men, they’ll stop and look at you.
A hero is not the one that never falls. A hero is the one that gets up, again and again, and never gives up on his dream.