The formation of the crows accruing together was a rather sudden turn of events. Like something out of a horror movie, they began to catch the attention of more and more people until the parents were albeit scooping their kids up and running off with them. Being picked apart by some angry, hungry crows was not on her bucket list either, but she couldn’t help but be a bit in awe watching them. Seeing them gathered about in a unison and hunting together in a pack of sorts. It got her thinking. Places where those out casted or special by the order of society banded together. Be it they formed cults or guilds was among their own prerogative and desires. But that whole idea, watching the way the murder of crows acted had her flushed with a new inspiration. However, to express this, she knew she’d actually have to explain it verbally. What a pain in the ass...
Snapping free of her more childish like antics, she saw Kalama had jumped into action as the crows swooped around from other places. Quickly there after, she watched the balls of lunar light circling around them and then flying off to blow the crows away like she were popping balloons. Her eyes and head shifted around for a moment as she watched the black feathers raining slowly to the ground, again being lost in just how surreal and the way she seemed to take things on mentally since this whole issue with her curse was suppressed as it currently was. Again, her friend had to snap her back to the situation at hand and it was then that she had listened to her asking her a question. ”Mhm!” The muffled confirmation and a nod left the voluntarily gagged brunette. With a chance of being free of being stood over, Aoi kicked her feet up and pushed herself off of the ground. She shifted herself over and then landed on her feet, shaking small bits of dirt and assorted debris from her hair while she jogged her way over to the cart.
Sliding over a pumpkin, she pulled out a small dirtied cloth that she managed to make good use of. For her, aside from the clothes she wore, was the only thing left of the place they used to live together in. From it, she pulled out a rather out of place kind of weapon for a girl like her. A scimitar with a blue tinted blade, being the only useful object to her magically aside from the brute strength that she possessed. Thankfully, she had someone to help her learn how to use this thing, though she was far from a master using it. No true technique caused her to be a very inadequate, but her random twist on things tends to throw off many people.
As she turned back around, Aoi tossed the sheet back into the cart and then started her way back to the already paranoid sounding Kalama. She have come off that way, but the cursed girl was pretty well off in her suspicions. So if something seemed to bother her in a way like this, she wasn’t going to blow her off for it. And frankly, if this were the case, she was gonna do this the right way. Her free hand would reach up and grab a hold of her mouthguard, pulling it slightly enough to loosen it and let it drop, catching on the back of her neck and now hanging like some oblong looking necklace. ”Well, hope y’all don’t mind some sand in your eyes, sweetheart~” A coy, sharp toothed grin left the brunette’s mouth in a rather off sort of accent.
Taking off, she would dart past the other girl and jump off the ground. Her arm stretched over her chest with the sword over her free arm. Her arm then swung across, first striking the bulky looking crow with a slash before a stream of sand would whip in after, striking it again. With it, the sand would begin to fill the around, circling around and expanding. It pushed the people out of the tornado, expelling them from the patch while it continued to knock into the crow and sending it further and further up as the stream carried on until it looked to form just a large tornado of sand. ”Have no fear, Kal! I ain’t gonna be too long. But I do have to ask ya somethin’ while we’re here.” Her attention focused away from the crow lord as it became released from her sandy tornado. ”Why don’t we go join one of them mage guilds?” She asked, looking now onto Kalama for a moment.
Without even looking away, her sword held hand swung up and with it, decapitated the crow lord before it crashed into the ground with a small crack in the ground and then bouncing away by a good foot or two, the head rolling around then stopping by the corpse. ”Them crows got me thinkin’. I know we ain’t too keen on wanting to be ‘round others, but we have to face that we can’t just be isolated all the time. Think it over. One of them Wizard of Oz reject scarecrows done showed up for ya, Dorothy.” With an informative nod to behind her, Aoi pointed out the new enemy which began to cackle in a rather annoying fashion. She was gonna take pride watching her friend rip this one to shreds.