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PostSubject: A Night-time Affair   Fri Apr 30, 2010 9:38 am

Carl walked into a relatively deserted area of Toran. It was late evening now, and the area was lit by artificial lights. There were several objects around the area, including a vending machine, and some deserted benches. In the night sky, they cast long shadows on the area, but visibility was still good. Crowire and Carl had been training extensively for the past few days. Carl had tried his best to communicate non-verbally with Crowire, and they were making some progress in that area.

Sitting on a deserted bench, Carl waited for this strange communicator by the name of Kree who requested a battle in this strange location.
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PostSubject: Re: A Night-time Affair   Fri Apr 30, 2010 9:52 am

Kree almost shambled out of a nearby alley, his camera bags slung over his shoulder lazily, which was rather out of character for the young man who liked everything orderly. Standing about ten feet away from Carl, he looked at his would-be opponent and gave a slight nod. Withdrawing a small photo of a Boru flying through the air, Kree laid it out on the floor and then watched as his Borumb stepped out of it. Smiling, he picked up the picture and examined it.
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PostSubject: Re: A Night-time Affair   Fri Apr 30, 2010 10:40 am

Carl noticed Kree some distance away, about twenty feet. He knew that it would be Kree, the man who had asked for the battle. Carl saw the photograph float and the Borumb step out of it, and he assumed that the photograph must be the Relic.

"You're Kree, right? Let's do this. " Carl said, getting straight to the point, out of character for him. Crowire floated about five feet up in the air. Carl noticed he had a Borumb, which could prove troubling as the Ice Type would be effective against Crowire. But the Innate would be useless unless Crowire was grounded first.
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PostSubject: Re: A Night-time Affair   Fri Apr 30, 2010 11:03 pm

"Um... Yes, yes. I'm Kree, begin. Let's Begin." Kree muttered, it was actually louder then one would of expected, it would've allowed for both Borumb, Crowire and Carl to hear. The street was a relatively new one, paved completely smoove, nothing that would trip up, nor hinder Boru, it also allowed for perfect slide if needed. However, Kree doubted it would, considering he would have to ground Crowire first, it was possible, just unlikely.

The sun had just gone down, so it was early evening, still dark though. The artificial lights brightened up the place with a white-blue glow, causing an eerie glow over the battlefield. "You, begin. Begin, please." Kree called, with a smile.
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PostSubject: Re: A Night-time Affair   Fri Apr 30, 2010 11:11 pm

"I shall. Crowire, Shadowed Expansion." Carl said. They were about twenty-five feet away from each other, but Carl's side was shrouded in shadow. Crowire would be able to extend these shadows into most of Kree's side of the path, since the lights were hampered by some objects strewn around. Kree was a good opponent, Carl noted. He didn't impose physically, but he looked distinctly knowledgeable about his Natrelmon.

"Radio Wave, Crowire. " Carl said. Crowire complied, and fired the electricity off into the air. Borumb's size, coupled with it's now slower reactions, would give Carl and Crowire a distinct advantage.
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PostSubject: Re: A Night-time Affair   Fri Apr 30, 2010 11:35 pm

Yet, Kree wasn't as non-responsive as Carl would've hoped, the moment Carl had begun saying Shadowed Expansion, Kree had muttered words only audible to Borumb and in the hindered light it would be impossible to tell that the attack would be coming at all. In fact, the icy-shards would be near invisible until light was shined on them, about fifteen feet of the way along, giving little to no chance of dodging.

The order given was such; "Shards, three. Position them as such so he won't be able to dodge." The Borumb complied, firing three icy-shards, (which consisted of nine shards due to Borumb's level,) that flew in three straight lines, one line above, one line directly at (an to the left) of the Crowire,) and one line below.)
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PostSubject: Re: A Night-time Affair   Sat May 01, 2010 12:00 am

Carl saw the glint as the Icy Shards were fired. Kree's side was quite well lit, and therefore the Icy Shards glinted off the light as they were fired. Carl had to finish speaking up his order quickly, and then he cast a Feeble wall right in front of Crowire just as they hit. Only one smashed into and broke the wall; though. Since Kree had fired the straight line both at Crowire and to the left, only one was directly aimed at Crowire. The rest of the Shards just passed harmlessly overhead and in the other directions.

"Multibolt, Crowire! One at Borumb, and one to the left or right! " Carl said. Boromb would have little to no chance of dodging, due to the speed of the bolts, Boromb's speed on the ground, and that it couldn't react as fast due to Radio Wave being in effect.

Throughout this, Crowire and Carl remained ready and waiting to dodge. Carl could interrupt himself at any point and give the order to dodge.
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