She writhed in pain as he stood near her. His face shown that he didn’t like this turn of events and soon his cord enveloped her entire body consuming her. He pulled the sword to his side and had made a strange sheath out of his cord that he slipped it back into. He used some of his magic to keep her stable and didn’t want to let her die.
“Consuant Textrinum!” He chanted as his thread started moving over her wounds and started to bind them together. She had passed out from the pain of almost dying earlier and he was glad for it. Thanks to that he didn’t feel any of the mental feedback he would have, if she were. He felt really bad for the woman as he made sure the rope wouldn’t let her free. Once he was finished with his spell he moved picking up her and the bundle she was in. He walked down into the area with her crew-members. They had woke up and gasped as they took note of the young man carrying their captain like a sack of potatoes. He set her near them but not too close. He didn’t want them to move so he placed them onto the “web wall” He created. Making sure that they couldn’t move or break the rope that bound them. His healing magic was still working as he sat next to their captain making sure she didn’t die.
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Damage Dealt and spell cost
Previous Damage. C-rankx3
Healing sustain to stabilize and keep alive.
- Name: Consuant Textrinum (Stitching weave)
Duration: 1 Post(s)
Cooldown: 3 Post(s)
Description: Heals open or internal wounds. The thread stitches the wound closed while the flame burns and heals the wound closed. If the wound is internal the thread enters the body allowing the fire to flow into the wound healing it from within. Any pain the recipient would go through is actually inflicted upon the caster. The caster must be able to lay his or her hands on the subject but the closer the better.
-Keeps allies in fighting shape.
-Can heal internal wounds as well.
-Reduces pain in patient.
-Can only heal 1 D-rank damage
-Transmits pain to Aku as mental fatigue.
-Leaves Aku exposed to attack.
-Takes time for healing to complete.