It appeared that she had scored a double whammy, her own moon bullet catching Victoria in her other shoulder. Even she could see the humour of that and perhaps there was the slightest ghost of a smile to cross her pale face. The state of her hand was not something to smile about though and as she tried to make it work, her expression became pained. A duff leg and now a hand, just perfect. There was no chance that she could use her moon blade with her bad hand so it would have to remain in her right. The best she could do her bad one was simply fire off her low to mid ranged spells. There was no way that she could cast her higher ones with it, knowing that she would end up suffering herself from being unable to control it with her battered limb.
Eventually, Victoria decided to throw a stun grenade her way and Kalama had to quickly think of the most effective way of dealing with it. She was not going to hit it with her weapon in case it exploded and instead weakly used a Force Push on the projectile, causing it to fall in between the two women and then go off, covering the battlefield with its light and noise. It was just about enough to protect her from harm but also made it unable for her to see anything.
She could have casted a spell at random but instead focused within, accessing the Force in an attempt to heal her a little more. Had it been earlier in the fight, she would probably have charged in but she was simply too tired now and preservation was all she could do. It would give the advantage but that was something that the dark mage would have to live with. The Force would start to work on her wounded hand, the blonde focusing as much energy as she could spare on healing that first. She doubted she would get the chance to heal her leg too but that would be the idea if she was given enough time.
(31160 Kal WC)