"Look at your leg, a special present is waiting for you!"
He did not just say that to an obvious blind man.... Zaltac thought, though he was right and did feel a pain on his leg. A strong one. One that began to itch as though he was just scratched by poison ivy. Whatever was the cost, he simply did his best to ignore it and focused on his opponent while recalling what happened that might have caused it, recalling nothing being shouted or obvious movement performed. All that happened was... Zaltac recalled the moment he delivered the final kick, where Minoru then touched his leg before impact. Touch based with his hands....though there was something different with his aura....It flared, both in anger and what appeared to be aggravation... Zaltac thought out, before looking back up to see Minoru just floating over him. But something happened to Minoru. Zaltac again saw his aura had changed. I see, he is influencing himself with his emotions. If that is the basis of his magic, than it has corrupted him beyond reprieve.
"Pathetic....Using magic to alter your own emotions, the very being that is your soul...To sink so low." Zaltac stated, having figured out Minoru's abilities both with experience and his unique eye-sight. If there was a chance for Minoru to have won, it was now lost. Now he could see and predict when the attacks would come. Though he did not give completely into confidence, like a professional he kept up his guard and waited for Minor to approach once more. And he was right, Minoru once again did make the first move in the second set of confrontation. Though this time, he chose to slide toward and under him. Evading the obvious sliding kick from Minoru, Zaltac pivoted twice to the right and re-positioned himself so that he was ready for both the attack at his crotch, and the sweeping kick; blocking the fist with his hand and the kick with his own foot. Though before Zaltac could react again, Minoru ran away. "This was your challenge to me, and you choose to run. Where is your sense in honor?" Zaltac mocked, finding more and more reasons to feel sorry for Minoru while at the same time despising him. Zaltac began to follow; but noticed that Minoru was a lot faster than he was despite his years of training. He joined a guild based around survival, there is no mistake that he knows how to avoid those who are more physically fit than himself. Thus he is able to run at a higher speed for his own re-positioning. But Gorilla-tactics will not work against me. Our experience is heavily shown. Zaltac thought out as he continued to chase down Minoru, making sure his blind fold was off so he could avoid running into random people or walls through his blurred vision.