Had she remembered to ask that frail and deathly looking old lady what this big bad sheep even looked like? Darn it, but of course it probably did not matter too much, knowing what the monster looked like before finding it, with a name like that it should be one of those things that you would know when you saw it. Right? Eh, Hopefully for her sake it was. Jiyu’s bare feet touched softly to the forest floor as she brought her bow, Night Hunt, closer to her chest, large eyes looking around wildly, senses desperate to ensure her safety. Luckily on solo missions, the girls sense’s were truly her greatest ally, especially in a forest of violent monsters. However she would have to balance tracking whatever sounded and smelled largest, with keeping attentive for other threat’s, that was going to be insanely fun, well actually not, but it would be another challenge. Unlike other magi? Jiyu did not rely very heavily on her strength itself, most of her spells could not take out a decent enemy in one shot after-all, but she could quickly K-O something by combining them in the right order, but doing so took a decent amount of thinking and focus. Kazehime had the scent of sheep too small to be the big bad one, but large enough to still cause her a problem, they’d have to be taken care of before she ventured forward.
With the thought of facing an enemy soon enough in her mind? The female stopped, crouching down to touch a spot on the ground, standing up and moving to another spot and repeating the process, until she’d managed to cast four spots, a net of five meter area, thought she was unsure of casting it in a way that meant the tree’s would end up damaged by it too. Would that take damage away from her intended targets? Hopefully not, she smiled slightly, keeping the spell as front and center in her mind as she could. Now that she had her small trap set, Jiyu moved forward, she couldn’t do anything else for set up, it was time to face her Ewe enemies. Honestly, it was a little sad and funny, she looked like the one who would lose, but she knew that the victory was already her’s, they were not very smart animal’s after all. “Now, where to make the first move.” Jiyu smirked slightly at the sloping rise she saw to her side, glancing at her bow, if she was lucky it would give her a visual vantage of her targets.
After a few minutes of climbing around and looking for the Ewe’s who detection range she was staying out of as much as possible? The mage finally caught her eyes on them, ears flicking as she adjusted herself to bend on a single knee, taking an arrow from her quiver, holding it long enough for her magic to coat it and then pulling it taunt on her bow. Jiyu was sure the beast could sense her, they just did not figure she was a threat yet, she would have to act quick after her first shot to actually win this. “Three, two, -” she counted the Ewe’s she could spot, three of them, and also counted down until she let her arrow go when she would have said ‘one’ letting it fly through the forest. The shot itself? Looked clean and she quickly stood up, not waiting to see the impact which was a dead on shot, causing the full 58 damage to the one struck and the explosive 20 to the other two. Once the mage was on her feet, she waved and flicked her hand swiftly, causing Wind Dance to erupt around the Ewes who had started moving, doing it’s thirty points in damage, because the sheep never saw it coming. As Jiyu stood there attacking? She bit her lip to ensure she kept focus on Wind Game, she would need it, but right now she also needed to get in one more long ranged attack, panting at the concentration required, blood running down her lip as she bit it, slashing one arm forward. Luckily? She managed to send Wind Slash out, and the blades poured through the forest, cutting a few tree’s, but most important four of them hit the ewe she’d landed a direct hit on causing that one to drop dead. However the other two had spotted her and that was bad, she didn’t quite know if they’d been hit by the max four blades or not! Thus the wind mage took off running, with them in pursuit of her, running back to where she had laid Wind Game down, turning around once she had reached behind the line of it, watching the large female sheep run at her. “Aaand Wind Game!” as she pushed her fingers into a triangle the two remaining fell right into her trap, landing dead like their friend earlier.
After she beat them, the recovering mage fell to her knees, panting, leaning her head against one of the tree’s as she caught her breath. This really sucked, because now she'd be forced to take on the next enemy with Hurricane Paw.