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    Radiant Avatar Daiki's Secondary Magic Training (Private)

    Heavens Empress Daiki
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    Post by Heavens Empress Daiki 12th December 2015, 3:45 pm

    Tyr continued to look at the sky, almost unphased by the shaking ground. "I'd get prepared if I was you, Akeya. The one that's coming, obviously, shouldn't be taken likely." She would say as the footsteps were more than audible as well, barely drowning out the sound of armor clinking. The red haired woman would uncross her arms and grab her staff. Mere moments after the sounds of armor were barely audible, a large figure wearing similar armor as Tyr could be seen walking in the direction of the group. "Well, this is gonna be fun..." She would say, sighing slightly and pinching the bridge of her nose.

    Ai didn't seem to be bothered with the ground shaking, her body shaking ever so slightly. While an aura could be seen to form around Ai's torso, it would simply last for a few moments before dispersing quickly, causing her to start panting for a moment. She continue to try and focus her energy, however she continued to get close to doing it, yet it seemed so far out of her reach with every time she tried doing what she was told to do. Well, now it seemed to be the time to try and summon a weapon through this, however she didn't much expect it to really work any time soon. However, they could see the different weapons she would be trying to summon, which were a large axe, a bow, a rapier, a form of fist weapons and a few other miscellaneous weapons.

    The figure wearing the armor would stop where it stood, roughly ten meters away from the three, with its gaze upon Tyr and the shadows behind her which it had noticed the part dragon woman, but would keep the two in its sight, in which Tyr would be forcing herself to not take a step back out of instinct due to which one of the others she had mentioned had arrived.


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    Post by Akeya 12th December 2015, 4:30 pm

    The warning to be prepared was one that Akeya appreciated, even though it wasn't really necessary. As an assassin who might have to move quickly with little time to prepare she had practised in being able to use all of her abilities very quickly and with as little preparation time required as possible. As long as she was ready and waiting, which she was, she should be able to use all her tricks and techniques without being surprised or interrupted midway. Of course, Tyr's warning helped her get a gauge on how soon she might have to use those tricks, so it could nevertheless be considered helpful. Just maybe not quite as helpful as for somebody who actually could use the warning time to prepare themselves besides standing ready and waiting.

    The ground was shaking harder and harder as their first and hopefully only opponent got closer. The amount of tremors they managed to generate just by approaching them made Akeya somewhat curious about just what they would be dealing with. It should be a human wearing dragon armour just like Tyr, but on the other hand Akeya was pretty sure that Tyr would never get close to making the earth shudder and quake just by walking. That or this one was on purpose trying to be intimidating by using a lot more force to walk than necessary. If that was the case he would be unfortunate, since Akeya wasn't that easily intimidated, especially not by the idea that something big and heavy was coming their way. Honestly something that heavy would be very likely to also be rather immobile, since even if that heaviness was accompanied by a mountain's worth of strength that wouldn't get rid of the problem called momentum. Even if you could move something very heavy and big very fast, you'd still have to deal with the fact that once you're moving such a massive thing getting it to slow down or even change directions is a whole lot more difficult than for somebody who doesn't have to deal with such weight and volume when moving. Being extremely strong would help getting movements started, but it wasn't quite as good at mitigating momentum related problems, especially since the momentum was generated by your own strength, so you couldn't just fix it by increasing your strength.

    When the figure finally showed up Akeya nearly sneered. She wasn't going to go and do something incredibly stupid by thinking him an easy opponent, but she couldn't help but feel disdainful about the sheer amount of armour he was wearing. No wonder he was making the ground shake. Of course with so much armour on him actually hurting or even moving him would become quite the job, but it just looked very clumsy and inefficient to her. This armour that Tyr was wearing managed to provide plenty of protection without turning her into such a mountain of a figure, something which the half dragon certainly appreciated. Tyr was pretty easy on the eyes so far as she was concerned. This new figure just made her wonder if he could stand back up if something made him fall over.

    Daiki meanwhile looked like she was focused on something completely else, namely trying to master the magic granted to her in such a short amount of time. Time which might become a lot shorter still if this newcomer started causing a mess. He wasn't really that much of a titan of a man, but Akeya wonder how much trouble it would be to stop him if he just charged at Daiki and allowed his raw momentum to carry him right through her. On the other hand, he wasn't attacking quite yet, which was curious. Tyr had said that they had almost no patience or tolerance left, so Akeya had actually expected it to immediately erupt into one grand fight. However maybe if they were lucky they could get this guy to just leave them alone. Maybe by explaining to him that they'd just make sure that Daiki had possession of the magic so it wouldn't die out, after which they'd just be on their way out. Hopefully Tyr's presence could help with that...

    Although honestly the half dragon wasn't really expecting that to work. This guy really looked like he came here for a fight, which made the half dragon wary. Then there was also the fact that Tyr looked really uncomfortable. She had said that the others were stronger than her, but Akeya had thought her confident enough that merely being stared at wouldn't be enough to throw her off balance and make her act uncertain. On the other hand, that guy had some serious intensity going on. Akeya was always told that she could make somebody severely uncomfortable just by looking at them with focus, since she also had such an intensity, and this guy managed to pull off the same trick. Well, trick...Akeya didn't know about this guy, but she did it unconsciously. Either way, it really did feel like there was a weight on her, as if that gaze of his was already enough to slowly push her backwards. Akeya blinked as she realized that she was trying to dig with her toes into the ground to keep her spot instead of moving backwards.

    Akeya kept inside the shadows for now, but her stance made it clear that she was ready to move in any direction at any time. She wasn't going to be intimidating or surprising this guy, since he had already noticed her. She'd have to be ready to go all out, and forget notions about not trying to kill him. With this guy she felt that if she didn't do her best to kill him and make sure he stayed dead he would never go down no matter what he tried. As clunky as that armour might make him it also did a good job of completely encasing him in a very thick layer of defence that she couldn't easily find a way through. For now she waited, wanting to see what he would do. Honestly she really was just hoping he'd go away and leave them alone. This didn't look like it was going to be a fun fight at all.


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    Heavens Empress Daiki
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    Post by Heavens Empress Daiki 12th December 2015, 7:44 pm

    The figure that stood still after arriving would turn its head looking from Tyr, to Akeya, and over to where Ai sat, noticing the symbol in the ground, in which it would charge faster than it had moved previously at her. Even with its seemingly new speed, Tyr had easily been able to move between Ai and the new figure wearing the ton of armor and was able to deflect it after a moment of it colliding with her staff. After the deflection, Tyr was visibly panting. The one wearing the armor hadn't gone too far when it had been deflected.

    Ai could feel the tremors from somewhere nearby now, but continued to focus on what she had been told to do, in which now she just started to attempt to grab weapon and then armor, again and again, in that order. She did so and felt as if she was getting closer with each try, however every time one of the small spheres of light that had been created by her, unknowingly, had touched her, she would jump a bit causing the weapon or armor she was creating at the time to just disappear. She would sigh slightly before focusing even more into doing, getting ever closer to doing it.

    Tyr would keep her attention on the one wearing the armor, blocking it from charging at the girl again. It took her more than enough strength to just deflect it away from the blonde rather than fully just knocking it back. However, now it would stand up and wrap its tail around Tyr and throw her at the shadows where Akeya stayed.

    Now, what would happen after the throw? Would any of the others that Tyr spoke of prior wake up and attack or would they stay in their slumber? Check out the next post to find out!


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    Post by Akeya 12th December 2015, 8:40 pm

    The hope had been that this dragoon, like Tyr, would be willing to leave Daiki alone so that the magic of the dragon armour could be preserved instead of being lost because of all the ones possessing it being trapped inside these ruins. Or rather, sealed away for so long that for them to be released was no longer a possibility. If that had been the case this wouldn't have been a problem. The man could just have observed the event and let them leave afterwards. That was most certainly that the half dragon had been hoping for, since this man gave the impression that he would most certainly be a difficult opponent to fight.

    However this was not to be, as it looked like whoever this man used to be, he didn't approve of the current state of things at all. Instead of being willing to at least talk or give them a warning he just charged at Daiki immediately, fast enough that he would most likely just trample her without ever slowing down. He certainly had the size, the mass, and the strength for such a thing, and since Daiki was putting all her focus in attempting to learn the dragoon magic as quickly as possible she was in no position to try and dodge, making her a very valid target. Normally such a tactic wouldn't work at all: being large, strong and heavy would usually mean that you would be dodged fairly often, and your hopes would be pinned on getting at least one hit in. It was only because the man's target was somebody who wouldn't budge even when he was charging her that he now posed a serious threat, a lot more than if he was more like Tyr.

    Fortunately enough Tyr at least managed to get in between the dragoon and Daiki, deflecting him even though it was obvious to the half dragon sticking to the shadows that doing so was not something she could keep doing. The other dragoon was simply too much of an unstoppable force for somebody like Tyr, who clearly was more balanced when it came to speed and strength, to keep holding him off when he could just keep charging like that. They would have to do something more permanent to restrain this opponent. The problem being that he was completely clad in that armour and he looked like if they tried to bind him he would just rip off those bindings and keep charging. Like a wild rhino who had chosen its target and would gorge it on its horn no matter what might be in its way. Honestly Akeya found these kind of opponents both dumb and annoying. Normally they were just dumb because she herself was nearly impossible to catch for somebody like this dragoon. Annoying because usually they weren't targeting Akeya herself but somebody or something she had to protect, which meant that her own ability to evade and dodge meant very little. If she evaded he would just charge straight through towards his actual target.

    Still, that didn't mean that Akeya was useless in this fight, as she would show this dragoon. While Tyr once again deflected the man Akeya moved forwards, looking like a shadow herself as she approached the man straight from behind. She wasn't so stupid that she would just linger there and watch the fight when it was so obvious that Tyr couldn't handle this on her own. The man looked completely focused on reaching Daiki, and by extension focused on getting rid of Tyr because she was in the way and was actually showing enough strength to not be trampled by him. On the other hand that meant that he wasn't in a position where he could afford to suddenly turn around and deal with the half dragon coming up from behind. Well, technically he could do that, but he looked like the stubborn type, who would keep charging and only paying attention to those things in its path.

    That belief was partially shattered when the man used the tail of his armour to grab Tyr and throw her towards the shadows, aimed precisely at where Akeya had been. However that was only partially, since Akeya had already moved, and when this half dragon of shadows and darkness moved, she moved fast. In as much time as it would take somebody to blink she had moved from her original position to right behind the man, who was still in the middle of swinging Tyr at this point. This man was very tough and very strong. That could most certainly not be denied. He would be a very tough opponent for a lot of people, purely because he could just keep charging and get rid of nearly anything that might get in his path. However that didn't take away the fact that he wouldn't be able to keep up with somebody who specialized in physical prowess without all the excessive bulk and mass. Somebody who in fact possessed the raw physical strength of dragons without needing such heavy armour to support themselves. Akeya's overall form didn't look any bigger or bulkier than that of a human female her height, but that was only a deception: Akeya's raw physical strength was not something to sneeze at, even for monsters like this guy. And unlike him she could also use that strength in her legs to move really, really fast. Even more so because she could enhance and increase her speed using shadows and magic, something which she had plenty of practice with.

    Standing behind the dragoon Akeya acted fast. Tyr had been busy blocking the man's charge because otherwise he would have trampled Daiki. But at the moment that he had to stop to throw Tyr with his tail he was standing still, which was the perfect time for Akeya to act. Moving as fast as she could, to make sure he had as little time as possible to react, Akeya's own tail wrapped around the dragoon's legs, after which she spun around and threw him straight into one of the nearby ruins. He was strong, sure, and he was heavy, sure. However an important thing about strength is that just being strong doesn't in any way protect you against being lifted and thrown. You could try to lift the other person instead normally, but Akeya had attacked at a time when the dragoon was in a bad position to react. As for his weight, normally that would have been plenty to keep him securely tied to the ground. However as somebody who used that dragon armour to gain powers similar to those of a real dragon he should understand: dragons and their descendants possess terrifying physical strength.


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    Post by Heavens Empress Daiki 13th December 2015, 12:23 pm

    As Tyr was thrown by the Dragoon, she had attempted to cushion her impact, but she wasn't fast enough to do so which had caused her take a moment before actually getting up. She did watch what had happened as Akeya had thrown the silent dragoon after he had thrown her, which would cause him to crash into a ruin which had completely fallen down on top of him. She would get up after the moment after having been thrown and moving back near Ai as she noticed that every now and again there would be an orb of corrupted light surrounding her, impeding any sight to her though whenever it disappeared, a faint outline of a weapon or armor could be seen for a quick moment before disappearing.

    After making sure she was alright, Tyr would move slightly towards where the dragoon had been thrown by Akeya, though the moment she took her first step the ground started shaking again. Even as much so as to make Ai lose a bit of concentration. However it would soon stop as the dragoon emerged from the rubble of the ruin that he had been thrown into. The first thing he did once standing back up was point the three canons on his armor towards the trio and without much warning and fired. The energy fired towards the trio didn't have an element that was effective against anything.

    Tyr quickly raised her staff in an attempt to block the attack, however, once it was finished she had fallen to one knee. While one would think that an attack like that would need a long time to charge, however the dragoon would start obviously charging now. Tyr would stand back up slowly, still panting. She would glance over at where Ai sat, seeing her entire body glow for the time being, but soon heard the dragoon fire again. Tyr would close her eyes as she knew she couldn't block the entire attack this time, however she would do what she could this time by holding her staff out in front of her, reopening her eyes again.

    However, a flash of light would engulf the area and as the flash of light dissipated, Ai would be standing in front of Tyr with a spear in her hand, that she could normally only use with the gem altering her appearance as well.


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    Akeya
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    Post by Akeya 13th December 2015, 3:32 pm

    Akeya exhaled heavily after throwing the silent dragoon. Even though she had a terrifying amount of raw physical power because of her draconic heritage this man completely clad in that strange dragon armour was still heavy. She wasn't exhausted by a long shot, but continuing to throw him would become difficult if she had to keep doing it over and over. Especially since he now realized that she could do that and also had the ability to move that fast, so he would be more prepared the next time.

    At least for now he was buried underneath the rubble of the ruins she had thrown him into, his own mass having been used against him as the raw momentum from being thrown was enough to make the entire building crumble and collapse, burying and covering him completely. Even if he was extremely tough and strong, to get out from underneath that would at least grant Akeya, Daiki and Tyr some time to think of their next move. Well, Akeya and Tyr could use the time to try and figure out what to do next to keep that behemoth at bay. Daiki meanwhile could continue attempting to take in that magic ability and make it her own. Akeya wasn't really paying attention to the female mage right now, although she could sense that there was something happening there. If she could keep throwing the large dragoon around she should be able to keep him busy for long enough that Daiki finished her training session and they could leave here.

    There was one problem with that plan, however, and it was one which made Akeya frown and bite her lower lip as she widened her stance. She had the stamina and strength to keep throwing the dragoon, so that wasn't the problem. However she didn't believe that he would let her keep doing that. She had done it once without much issue because he had been busy with Tyr. The next time he would probably be paying more attention. And beyond that there was the problem that constantly launching that man into the ruins would cause a giant mess and make a lot of noise. Tyr had talked about multiple others and how they would have to hope that it would only be one that had woken up. If the half dragon kept just throwing him like that it was inevitable that at some point the others would wake up, at which point the real trouble would start. Well, that could be seen as a race against time, the time period being how long it would take for Daiki to take in the magic from that symbol.

    More importantly, they didn't really have many other options available to them. Tyr had shown herself capable enough to not just be knocked aside, but it was also clear that this man was significantly stronger than her. And he had already done a good job of tiring her out by forcing her to outright block his charge, something which Akeya so far had avoided by waiting for the right opportunity to launch him. The huge momentum this man must generate when charging was not something you could easily get rid of. At least he knew how to use his advantages properly, although honestly Akeya would have preferred it if he was a real idiot who didn't even know what to do with his mass, volume and strength. She wasn't one of those people who looked for worthy opponents when there were more important things to pay attention to. Sure, if she was training or actually looking for a way to test herself she would need something strong, but she wasn't actually focused on that right now. The goal here was to keep Daiki safe while she was busy with that symbol and mastering that dragoon magic. In such a scenario Akeya really preferred it if the job was easy. The silent dragoon earned himself a deadly glare for how annoying his strength was.

    As the man stood up Akeya widened her stance, preparing herself to move into whatever direction was required. She didn't know what he would do next, but he might just charge again. Tyr was too exhausted to keep doing that, and Akeya wasn't going to try it either. She had enough strength to grab and lift him, but she didn't have any magic abilities strong enough to slow him down, and trying to grab him when he was in the middle of charging sounded like a good way to leave herself open to an attack, and she really didn't want to get hit by this guy. He looked like every single one of his attacks would hurt tremendously.

    However the silent dragoon then did something else entirely, something which made Akeya's eyes widen before she immediately jumped into action. That was some dangerous weapons he was carrying with him there. Not waiting to see what those guns would do if their shots hit her Akeya dashed to the side away from the other two. She didn't have any way to deal with an attack like that, and getting herself blasted to pieces because she made a desperate attempt at protecting them with no chance of it working was something which her cold and logical mind would under all circumstances throw away in outright disgust. Luckily Tyr seemed capable of protecting herself and Daiki, although it left the armoured woman panting and on her knees. That wasn't good. Akeya couldn't help her, and if Tyr was too exhausted to do anything that meant that she and Daiki were now vulnerable.

    Seeing that the large dragoon was charging up his weapons again Akeya began to run, moving extremely fast as she moved to the man's back. He couldn't do a lot while charging that. Attacks which required you to charge them up beforehand almost always made you very vulnerable during the charging process. This man probably was used to being too tough and enduring to be interrupted or damaged while he charged his cannons. However his opponent was now somebody with enough strength to throw him around like a doll, and she wasn't going to not make use of that.

    Akeya nearly blinked when suddenly the entire area was covered by a flash of light, but her blindfold protected her against that. Instead she used the opportunity to finish her trajectory and end up right behind the silent dragoon, once again wrapping her tail around his legs. However she now also grabbed his side with both hands, giving him only a very short warning before she heaved, muscles straining as she suplexed. Akeya didn't have any experience with wrestling, but she did know some tricks one could use to inflict a lot of damage even against large and bulky opponents. The flash should have distracted her target long enough that she could pull this off, and if she successfully suplexed him that meant that his own mass was once again used against him, since all that weight would now be placed on his neck. Or whatever other part of him hit the ground first. Still, being smashed into the ground upside down when you were really heavy, and the one doing the smashing was using a lot of force, wasn't a pleasant experience regardless of how heavily armoured this dragoon might be.


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