Letting out a slight sigh there were a few things that were instantly clear as he saw the souls; it seemed the weak would always approach first, this is to imply that they would always approach him in order of strength; this was good to know. The next was that there was a human soul amongst them, though it seemed distorted; something was clearly wrong with the person. Whether it be due to an illness, or more likely, due to what he has seen so far, a type of experiment. What a pitiful soul. Vlad could careless for the mans life, it was the soul that he couldn't help to look at. Perhaps he cared for souls. Perhaps he had some humanity in him. Maybe this was merely a passing sentiment, something that was an oddity? It must be because of the demented look it offered.
The damned attacked in the same fashion. Bringing his scythe up to his head he would simply slash at the soul of the damned beast. Three of these slashes were enough to end this beings life; to take it out of the cycle of reincarnation; to completely end its existence.
"Tch." The two beasts launched from the shadows, though Vlad had anticipated this. He must summon the dead, he must use a sort of... defense. With this he summoned forth one fallen warrior; it took the damage from the two beasts, and simply swung its sword; cleaving through the two creatures, killing them both. With this Vlad simply awaited the last opponent in this squadron to approach. So, he finally revealed himself.
The man that approached could barely be called that anymore; his soul offered a tainted color, he didn't have long to live. Letting out a slight sigh it appeared that it would take a bit of effort to deal with this behemoth. The man stood at six feet tall, and wore a simple lab coat. How dull, yet professional. Vlad slid under the skeleton, slashing his scythe between the mans legs; as he stopped he also slashed at the mans legs; although he would expect one attack to be reflected it did not. Seeing as how this weapon attack the soul, and was not a physical attack, it could not be reflected; the warrior also slashed his sword at the males chest.
The scientists, who had become instantly distracted by Vlad, attempted to block the blade of the scythe, but it merely went through his scalpel. As this occurred he would feel the sword slam down onto him, causing him to fall down, impaling himself with his own scalpel, hitting him next to his heart. With this, the man was near dead. Standing quickly, Vlad simply slashed at the mans chest, finishing him off. "How shrewd." He sighed, kicking the corpse over, examining it. Nothing was very different than what he saw on the beasts.
The once brilliant white corridor was now stained with a bright red. The blood of the hounds splattered across the wall and the blood of the scientists pooling on the floor. "What a mess... Though they deserve it! They attacked us first!
" The female exclaimed, hopping over the corpse of the man as though it was a dead beast. How interesting.
As he thought of this his scythe faded from existence, "Damn." He sighed, looking around. "We'll walk a bit further before we take a break." He stated, letting the warrior take the lead.
Vlad's HP: 200/200
Vlad's Defiance: +25% dmg resistance
Death's Blessing: +20% dmg
Soul Resonance: +10% dmg
- Reapers Scythe:
Description: Placing his hand out the user calls for a scythe, covered in what appears to be shadows; this is a 2m long scythe, much like the Grim Reapers. This deals 20 damage per hit. If fighting a holy creature it deals an additional 25% dmg.
1. Additional range for Melee.
1. It damages the soul, not the body. This will decrease HP, but not damage limbs.
2. It is useless against those without souls.
- “Requiem for the Warrior”:
The land around Vlad erupts, with the skeletons of past warriors arising. With no more than six skeletons arising around him they have the following stats:
DMG:40/x; where x is the number of skeletons
It requires no soul for the summons.
There may be no more than six summoned.
Must roll a dice to see how many are summoned.