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Re: Battle for Furball; Jay v Rusaku
« Reply #15 on: August 04, 2017, 03:53:37 am »

Sure, I can see how this may be a mistake. But, obviously, it wasn't. There was always a reason for the things Jay does, a reason for him to delve into the unknown here and have this fight in the first place. Bravery? Testing? Instinct? It was perhaps his overwhelming lust for battle that was finally taking over since the dealing with Kirin. At this point, he had one goal and that was to end things once and for all and he planned to do that soon.

Sure, by itself, the Mind's Eye of the Kagura didn't have the capabilities to track movement at these speeds. Obviously, due to the user's own inability in training the Mind's Eye to track. Of course, as his opponent stated, it was inconsequential. But, the use of the two Sage-like buffs and the Raiton Armor weren't present just for the necessary increase of speed. All of it was more to increase said Raiton Armor's abilities. The exponential increase of his neural synapses was near the levels of his Theta State, something he already claimed he didn't need. Of course, his point was, that the other ability of the Lightning Release Chakra Armor was what picked up the slack of the Mind's Eye. How much? Well, it was just enough for him to make the move he's been wanting to make.

The Nara was led to believe that the Flight Technique and the Light-Weight Rock Technique were in fact two different techniques. I mean, why else would they have different two different pages? In the case of the page, the Flight Technique, it makes no mention of lowering gravity, so it must have been obvious someone found the loophole around it, otherwise would be word for word for the other technique, the Light-Weight Rock Technique. Loophole or fallacy, that's what it is, so there'd be no decrease in weight... not that it really mattered, because the fashion in which he moved used pure energy to propel him forward.

The only issue about this reply was time and speed. He was going to go with the distance being around two miles from the original Rusaku. This caused a wrinkle with his plan of action and he was not willing to deal with that, he knew he the intelligence of his opponent. He wasn't going to fall for the same move twice, which meant, he had to make this move... not his intended move, which meant that things were going to be difficult. A small outwards pulse of his Senjutsu Chakra was all it took for the Nara to take the clone out of commission. This pulse would be composed of Dust Release, raw and unrefined, but recognizable to the Otsutsuki's Byakugan. This pulse would come at a speed that was immediate upon the clone's close in on the Nara, considering the point blank range at which it happened. The clone would turn into Dust, exploding in a cloud as it was forcefully expelled.

The fact that the clone didn't aim to cut him off, the path the Nara took wasn't hampered in the slightest and he'd reach his desired location in the time he estimated. This time, he'd angle his trajectory downwards, directly towards Rusaku, his eyes trained on him. His attack on the clone could possibly transfer the energy back to the Original, meaning that he could end up in the Tenseigan Chakra Mode. Considering the need for the Tenseigan to be activated, he might not essentially give Rusaku an actionless payoff. All in all, he was ready for the response.

Though, this left him with two actions. So, on the way to Rusaku's position, he swung his only hand towards Rusaku, unsealing a trio of kunai, set to travel at speeds that piggybacked off of his own movement speed. These kunai weren't ordinary, but energetically flowing with, now old, Explosive Chakra. Volatile, with the intended explosion happening on contact. These three kunai would be multiplied by another pulse, the Shuriken (Ninja Tool) Shadow Clone Technique copying the kunai by 500 each. Clouds upon clouds upon clouds of smoke puffed into existence as the new kunai sped towards Rusaku.

He was fully aware of the man's relation to his brother, so he had to have some sort of defense against the cacophony of explosions that would eventually shake the Earth around him. The Nara had enough protection against the explosions and the blow back, and he had little doubt the Otsutsuki would employ something to deal with it. Probably something Wood Release related, or possibly Kaguya related. The Nara wasn't sure what was in the dossier the Commander had on him, but the Otsutsuki's held his abilities and limited history. Sure, now he had to add the abilities for the Tenseigan, but, that's what these battles were for... at least in the span of this alternate reality. Separately, the explosive yield of the kunai were small, barely capable of taking a chunk from an armored building. Together, they had the capability to rival Deidara's C3 explosion... given their own spread.

Hopefully, he could do something better to catch his opponent off guard, but damn was his guard tighter than an abstinent nun. He swore he needed to find a way to... get him weak in the knees. [If you do the Harem no Jutsu, I swear...] 'I mean... it worked on his matriarch. Nobody can resist the appearance of naked woman... censored, but still.' All the Kyuubi could do was groan and shake his head.

In terms of seconds, these explosions would happen in the next one, The Nara not too far behind his swarm of kunai. The extra speed made natural drop a non-existent problem and the 1,500 spread made evasion an unnecessary chore. Hobi seemed the course the man might go, or perhaps the man had his own way to handle it. Either way, he wanted things to be exciting.
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Re: Battle for Furball; Jay v Rusaku
« Reply #16 on: August 12, 2017, 05:19:15 pm »

(It's been about 2 days since Warren made his ruling, so I think it's safe to post my response now.)

The bunshin, now behind his opponent, felt the sting of Jay's counter attack upon his skin as chakra was expelled in an attempt to disperse itís form. The clone knew it was disposable; a tool explicitly designed to wear down the Jinchuruki so the main body doesn't waste his stamina. With the caliber of shinobi it was facing, the clone expected what followed that sensation to be itís end. So instead of giving up, the clone attempted to brave Jayís counter and connect with this game changing jutsu.

Alas, that end never came. The Manji commanderís attempt at manifesting the destructive capabilities of Dust Release fell short; a valiant effort in an attempt to fend off an overwhelming force. Rusakuís secret technique was virtually unimpeded by Jayís defense, resulting in the sphere connecting with his back and phasing within the target as described previously. The clones eyes sharpened, not really expecting the land the hit so quickly. Obviously, it continued with the actions it had set out to complete in the previous round, now releasing the wooden serpents from itís cloak sleeve to entrap Jay. Assuming the effects of his Puppet Cursing Sphere were now in effect, all of Jayís active techniques, supplementary or otherwise, would be deactivated and he would probably start plummeting to the earth below as a result. This of course would be stopped by the Wood Dragon variant if it too were successful in itís attempts from earlier. Not only binding him and leaching away his chakra, but also preventing Jay from using chakra absorption techniques should he somehow break the effect of the jutsu now planted within his chest.

And thatís just the last round resolving.

With the Wood Dragon technique appearing as if it too would succeed, considering Jayís circumstances with the Puppet Cursing Sphere, the clone wasted no time in attempting to capitalize on the opportunity that would provide. Lurching forward with his free hand and immense speed, Rusaku attempted to palm the back of Jayís head like a basketball, utilizing the Gauntlet of Petrification that he was equipped with. The Gauntletís eye suddenly opened, shifting the tools entire aesthetic to a more malicious one. Pink veins appearing all over as itís eye darkened into a Midnight-Purple. This was the ďEnraged modeĒ that was expanded upon by TheCurse during his extended time as the ROOT leader. If contact was made, chemicals would be released from the tool, into Jayís head, which begins converting the effected matter into solid stone. Rapidly, Jayís skull and brains would be petrified after just the briefest moment of contact with Rusakuís weapon, spreading indiscriminately across his entire body soon after. Should this all be successful and Jay was unable to free himself, the Jinchuruki would be turned entirely into solid stone within 3 short seconds, rendering him comatose. Jay was of course unable to die, but he could certainly spend the rest of eternity petrified, acting as decor for Rusakuís home on the Moon. Unfortunately for jay, he would be rendered unconscious before those three seconds were up, happening as soon as his brain was converted into stone and unable to properly send signals to the body.

Meanwhile, the original Rusaku allowed his pointed finger to retract. He had expected Jay to do something different with his counter, so there was no reason to use what he had been planning previously. Though it was becoming apparent that Jay was honing in on Rusaku, trying his hardest to close the distance and begin attacking. Under the assumption that Jay would somehow find a way out of the situation he found himself in, Rusaku would begin to ramp up a small bit as well. To do this, he simply allowed his Byakugan to transcend into the Tenseigan. This lost him a bit of awareness, but granted him an immense number of different techniques that more than made up for the loss.
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Re: Battle for Furball; Jay v Rusaku
« Reply #17 on: August 16, 2017, 04:45:45 am »

The Puppet-Cursing Sphere, after OOCly watching the part it's used in the movie, didn't necessarily need contact to work. Of course, that was with an opponent who was defenseless and unwilling to put up any sort of resistance. Perhaps it worked similarly to the Localized Reincarnation Explosion, in a sense that it was something that worked better with contact. By itself, but separate from the Localized technique's specific effects, one could say the effects could be resisted/shrugged off when used on someone with such an alert defense. But, that was mere thought and would not pertain to the events presented at this moment.

If there was anyone more conscious of the Nara's failure, it would be the Nara himself. A part of him knew that he should have gone with Decay Release, but did not want to reveal that gem just yet. He would not have much time to react, much less, counter this unexpected turn. He had a technique in mind, but did not desire to waste the effort and make another mistake. Of course, he would not proceed with his previously intended course, since it was something he would only attempt if he had been successful. Still sensing the chakra behind him caused him great dissatisfaction. He really only had one option that he could use to keep himself in this fight. This option was the very hasty and much appreciated Hiraishin no Jutsu, his immediate disappearance caused his form to seem intangible in that instance. He did wonder if his Natural Shell would have been capable of repelling the technique, but did not want to put his eggs in that basket at this moment. Space-Time usage would not be effective a second time, but knew of a way to hastily create some distance, before the Otsutsuki could establish another Space-Time Barrier. Knowing when he could do this was something that he wouldn't worry about. The most important thing was that he knew that Rusaku was capable, from prior events obviously.

A sigh spilled from his lips as he was once again submerged around the peaceful trees. The sigh was not one of relief, but one to merely collect his bearings. He had indeed been close, but the man would not give him that chance any longer, it was time for him to do something to give him a foot to stand on. He thought about his previous plan and figured he could go with that, but with something else entirely. He needed to do this correctly and not waste an action. So, since his previous leap was categorized as movement, he didn't want to believe that it would be considered such now. Of course, being in a small little forest on the edge of the incredibly large clearing, he would need to not hit any trees, lest he unnecessarily break any branches. So he ran forward, a clear contrast of how he made his appearance onto the battlefield. With his only remaining hand, he would unseal two, blue, tennis ball sized glass orbs. His hand was large, but not large enough to hold three tennis balls, which was why he went with two. It was a wrench thrown into his plans, but it would not hurt them at all. With this in mind, he would proceed to immediately throw them into the air at a 45į angle with enough power so that they were more than capable of clearing 1.2 miles. He would follow his orbs with a leap that was 20 more degrees than the thrown arc, again, using just enough of his speed to keep up with them by a few dozen feet. A look on his page would show that these were his Water Orbs and the contents for just one of these was impressive to say the least.

He knew his throw would be considered an action, but he was alright with it, knowing that he was more than poised to continue with his efforts immediately upon his next turn. What these efforts were, he would remain quiet about them, not wanting anything to be considered an extra action or anything of the sort. Obviously, he had to deal with two Tenseigan wielding foes, but was not going to worry about it right now. To be honest, he had no idea how much time would pass in his turn, but he knew his arm was passively regenerating at a steady pace, a full bicep peeking from his shoulder at this point in time.
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Re: Battle for Furball; Jay v Rusaku
« Reply #18 on: August 18, 2017, 02:39:28 am »

About 20 days of fighting, suddenly circumvented by the Flying Raijin. With this one technique, Jay has officially reacted to something that was set into motion 9 written actions ago (2 rounds), with even a judge ruling in between that dictated a failure in Jayís original reaction. Spectacular.

Rusaku knew exactly where Jay had gone. There was only one possible answer for what he had used to evade what should have been a sure-fire hit. He had already emoted looking for Jayís markers just after he entered the battle to begin with, so the clone had the location of the only one on the map. Turning his attention to the Manji commander, the clone folded his arms over his chest, obviously not impressed with what he was seeing. ďRetreating already? Figures.Ē 

Obviously, because 6 of Rusakuís actions were nullified with Jayís technique, he never would have felt the need to activate Tenseigan. Not with having just witnessed Jay teleport far enough away that the Byakugan was still a valuable asset.

Using the Byakuganís unparalleled level of visual prowess, Rusaku observed as Jay summoned the orbs within his palm. The page regarding the ďWater BombĒ makes no mention of any particular traits that suggest that one cannot perceive its contents, should they be able too, and Rusaku could do just that.

Itís interesting; apparently there is about a swimming poolís worth of water within each one of those bombs. Thatís about 93,500 gallons of water, per bomb, according to the specifications given on that page. So total, heís throwing approximately 280,500 gallons of water. One gallon of water weighs 8.34 pounds. So 280,500 x 8.34 = 2,339,370. The page lacks any information on exactly how the water is kept within the orb. It says nothing of seals, only that the orb contains this water, and is filled manually in the ocean. So Iím left to assume that Jay is currently holding 2 million-something pounds of highly pressurized water in one hand, and is apparently going to lob it with enough force to travel a mile and some change. Well, letís put a stop to that.

Rusaku of course couldnít actually deduce the exact amount of water contained within the orb, but he could tell that it was water. He could also surmise that it was going to be used to try and alter the terrain in some kind of way. So if it contained enough water to alter the terrain, and was highly pressurized, maybe it wouldnít be such a good thing of they exploded too close to Jay.

With his ROOT seal, Rusaku was able to communicate freely with anyone who also had the seal upon their bodies as fluidly as they would a regular conversation. Giving the clone above quick coordinates, the bunshin utilized itís Tenki Sosa hiden, amplified by the power of the Tenseigan. Just as Jay had released the orbs from his hand, three bolts of onyx colored raiton struck down, aiming to impact the three bombs from inches away and destroy the containers which held back the flood. Even without the additional buffs that Rusaku utilized, the Weather manipulation hiden allowed the user to produce lighting from virtually anywhere at high speed, with enough force to obliterate the human body. Considering the circumstances, itís safe to assume they each had enough power to burst the trio of bombs. 

If successful the bombs would detonate only inches away from Jay, releasing their full contents, but now electrified as a result of Rusakuís technique of choice.  Salt water is a very good conductor. The force in which that electrified water would expand with would be devastating to even the most durable of individuals, and Jay had even coated himself in lighting, which would further electrify the water around him.

Reaching outwards, bunshin Rusaku utilized his own flying Raijin to summon forth another one of his puppets. Was it a little scummy to switch back to using summons? Sure, probably. But so were a lot of things that were happening in this fight. The puppet Rusaku decided to summon was one that he just recently converted. It was the body of Masane Uchiha; one half of the wonder twins. Noticeably, her eyes were that of the three tomoe Sharingan and her hands had the Iwagakure Kinjutsu placed upon them. On each hip was a baggie of clay, which could be used in conjunction with that Kinjutsu. Immediately the puppet began to plummet to the earth below, still 280-something meters in the air. The puppet was poised, ready to react to whatever opportunities arose. It would take some time for her to reach the ground.

Meanwhile, the original Rusaku stretched out from his meditative position, releasing a small yawn. Repositioning, the Otsutsuki was now floating horizontally, kicking up his feet and resting his hands behind his head as if in a hammock. If the fight was going to continue being this dull, he might just have to take a nap.
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Re: Battle for Furball; Jay v Rusaku
« Reply #19 on: August 21, 2017, 09:25:23 am »

It was perhaps his opponents haste that allowed things to flow in the exact way the Nara originally planned. Gone was the need to waste any movement to follow his orbs in the air. Oh no, the sudden appearance of the lightning was something that allowed his mind to change without consequence. Just as Rusaku chose not to activate his Tenseigan, he would choose not to make the leap, but he would remain running. His intentions of throwing the two water bombs would go off without a hitch.

Unlike Rusaku, the Nara had techniques to increase his processing. But, he must of misread his opponent's capabilities, unaware that he was unable to act so fast with just his Byakugan. With this in mind, his chakra pulsed inside of him to allow him to act upon this new development to proceed with his first action of the post. One by one, in multiple explosions of smoke, the bombs would multiply into a solid 1,000, as the Ninja Tool Shadow Clone Technique was applied to them.

Of course, despite knowing of the lightning, he chose not to stop the lightning from making them impact with three of the bombs. This was because, he had a plan for them all. Even as the bombs exploded in front of him, his bleeding eyes gleamed in a growing sense of mischief, releasing a pulse of energy that stretched for a single mile. Owatatsumi, the technique being used, caused, not just the three in front of him, but the rest of the 997 orbs all around him, the trees behind him and possible the Kamui Puppet's trees ahead of him, to explode as well. The gallons of the water in the area, multiplied by 1,000, but the new number at 93,500,000 gallons in total. Imagine how much it would be if he really did have three like his opponent assumed. This excluded the water he pulled from the wet air, the rain soaked ground and the trees and grass in the area of the pulse. Absolute power over water was given to the Nara and in the Mangekyo Technique's activation, the water would swirl around the Nara with a enormous dragon composed of water stretching up high into the sky.

The size of this dragon would be three quarters (3/4) of a mile in height, despite the fact that its body was taking up perhaps a mile and a quarter (1 1/4) in size. The water that didn't compose of this solid blue dragon stretched as far as two miles (and counting) in a tsunami like manner, just from the fact that the water needed to naturally spread outwards and Rusaku wasn't just going to allow the Tsunami to reach him. Speaking of the water, it would only be moving in a single direction, towards the Nara's opponent.

Lets not forget about the lightning the Otsutsuki managed to gift this monstrosity of a technique. Lightning coursed through the construct, the saltwater managing to conduct the electricity through every milliliter of water. If not every milliliter, than pretty much most of it. With the power of the lightning having been bolstered by the Tenseigan chakra, there wasn't any doubt that it was possible for it.

As for the Nara, he'd continue running forward, nestled inside this large construct of water, untouched by the water/lightning. It was almost as if he was inside a tunnel, except he was more than perfectly capable of seeing outside, using his Mind's Eye to keep his opponent's position on his radar. Seeing as how Owatatsumi was powered by Sage Mode and Devil Release, there was no argument that the water would benefit from this augmentation, especially since it was stated to receive such. The Chakra strain would be severely weakened, leaving him with free reign over the course of the fight with nothing to hold him back from using its full potential.

The best thing about this, he was using natural water, meaning his chakra wasn't inside of it. The only shred of chakra that would be inside of it, was his Hiraishin Marker resting on a piece of bark from one of the trees behind him, speedily heading towards the original Otsutsuki. Speaking of this split, let's transition into this last action. The dragon, upon reaching its apex height in near immediacy, would snap its enormous maw towards the direction of the Tenseigan Cloaked Clone, closing three quarters of the distance in such quick speed, it was like it was the Nara himself (which wasn't far off as it was through the Nara's Hydro-Kinesis). This was but the Dragon's Movement as it would roar out a blast of water from its maw. This blast would be the size of Gyuki's Tailed Beast Ball (Wave Version), containing enough speed and power to eradicate the clone into absolute nothing in a tenth of a second. Again, this wasn't even counting the fact that it was supercharged with the lightning that held the potential to obliterate the human body. While the Nara wouldn't be able to further boost the lightning inside the water, its power alone was more than capable to exponentially bolster the water.

Of course, now, lets get on to the actions of the clone, that being the summoning of one Masane Uchiha. Now, this presented a paradox. The first being that, Rusaku stated that it was a puppet he just recently converted. How was this possible, if the Nara had eaten the same woman many months prior. The number of months was definitely plural, possibly being more than a year, but it was definitely after he received Aurora's Egg, so it was still pretty recent. In fact, he can find out the general date with the inclusion of Steel Release/Chakra Chains/Uzumaki Life Force on his wiki, since that was around the time he consumed the woman in her entirety. The moment he entered the Steel Release was on June 6, 2016, with Chakra Chains and Uzumaki Life Force entering the picture sometime afterwards as the Nara finished processing the implications of his actions. Masane wouldn't be the only person he'd ICly consumed as he did the same with Naruto Uzumaki. Whether the man treated it as an IC death was inconsequential as said implications had only managed to increase his own connection with his Chakra Chains and Uzumaki Life Force. Of course, this was off topic, merely an example of why he didn't believe the Otsutsuki had managed to summon the Uchiha. Even then, it too would hold no importance as the puppet would also be caught in the blast if it didn't manage to get out of the way. Unlike the clone, Masane, puppet or not, did not have the capabilities of dodging something moving at this speed... especially when she was killed by something that was moving significantly slower.

Now, the clone could have been stopped from doing the summoning altogether. That was clearly a possibility. Rusaku let it known that it was clearly time to stop holding back. The question is, would he be able to continue doing the same or would his reluctance cost him his life?
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Re: Battle for Furball; Jay v Rusaku
« Reply #20 on: August 26, 2017, 09:00:01 pm »

Rusaku observed as the serpent began to manifest, realizing that his destruction of those bombs only hastened Jayís plans. While it was unfortunate, there is no turning back. The Bunshin cracked itís neck, ready to use what time it had left appropriately. Luckily for Jay, heís stop the summoning of Masane, but he had other problems to face. Lifting his hand in defiance of the serpents ensuing attack, bunshin Rusaku conjured a small black orb encapsulated with emerald chakra at the end of his pointed finger. Compressing the chakra down to about the size of a golf ball, he fired it in the form of a beam with intentions to collide with the incoming blast of water. The black and green beam of energy expanded upon release, halving the approximate size of the blast intended for him. If the two collided, the Migin Tensei Baku would rob the opposing force of all chakra in order to increase itís own size and attack potency upon contact. With only 0.3% of the water produced being composed of natural saltwater, his blast had more than enough strength to overcome whatever levels of natural components were within the blasts small portion of the overall water.

If the beam clash incurred, Rusakuís technique would grow vastly larger, pushing forward to overwhelm the remainder of the blast and decapitate the large beast to drain it of even more chakra. The bunshin of Rusaku began to pant, he was reaching his limit. While the flow of battle was certainly going to change once he is gone, the clone was more than able to achieve itís purpose in wearing down the Jinchuruki. With Jayís reserves down to meger levels, he would likely begin feeling intense levels of exhaustion which could translate into more substantial errors later in the fight. Also, itís a wonder if Kurama will not begin to pry at his seal as Jay begins to weaken. With no mastery over the beast whatsoever, the Kyuubi would be far more likely to try and break free from his captivity while Jay is at his weakest.

The original Rusaku lazily removed his hands from behind his head and formed the snake seal, still in his resting position. The earth around him began to tremble before giving way to another massive surge of Mokuton. Though this time, it was utilized by someone who trained under a great Senju Elder in the Senju Grand Tree. Massive trunks began to surge outward all around as the water attempted to cross the distance between Jay and Rusaku. These massive trees immediately began to absorb the chakra that composed that water in order to increase their size and growth rate. Jay may be surprised to see the Nature of Rusakuís mokuton, for not many knew of the secrets that the Senju Grand Tree contained. Intentionally, one of these trees sought out the hiraishin marker that was floating within the incoming wave, with intentions of destroying it.

For now the forest Rusaku produced had no intentions of attempting to bridge the 3 mile gap between the two opponents, unless Jay also crossed ĺ quarters of the distance with his serpantís attack like it did, then perhaps he would in fact be within range of the forest. Distances are kinda muddied right now. Currently it would only span a half mile in all directions around Rusaku, slightly smaller than Kamuiís before. With this he intended to create an environment that is virtually impossible to navigate on land, with the configuration of the trees and their leaching nature creating a living fortress around the Otsutsuki. Though his technique was not done yet. As the forest manifested, flower bulbs also began to form upon several of the larger trees. Upon reaching maturity, the bulbs would bloom, releasing pollen into the breathable air en masse. Upon contact with the skin, the pollen releases a degenerative toxin that quickly begins to erode away organic matter. Within seconds the affected area would be rotted away the bone. Jay might be able to circumvent some of the damage done by the pollen with his regenerative ability, but Rusaku was hoping that he would continue to rely on that.

The pollen was able to be manipulated telekinetically to dictate the directionality and who it would affect. For now it was aimed to permeate as much as air as possible without harming his allies. Once his forest was in motion, Rusaku then closed his eyes and began to focus his chakra in preparation for something.

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Re: Battle for Furball; Jay v Rusaku
« Reply #21 on: September 03, 2017, 01:55:52 pm »

Its been over 7 days with no public extension request posted by Jay in time, so fight is over. Rusaku wins.
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Re: Battle for Furball; Jay v Rusaku
« Reply #22 on: September 04, 2017, 06:46:36 am »

Exhaustion kicked in, the Nara was feeling it seconds after using his ocular ability. But, suddenly, a bright flash of light kicked in above the sky. With this flash, everything disappeared, the water, the scenery, even the feeling of exhaustion. "What the..." The man stuttered in surprise as he looked around. Before long, he motioned to grab something that seemed to be over his head. When he motioned to remove it, he was left in a sort of game room, standing atop a virtual simulation machine. To his side was Rusaku, his helmet already off, wearing a smug smirk (Just roll with it, G). "Times up, brother, you lose."

The Nara made a face, which showed his disappointment, before a wide smile spread his features. "Ah, damn, I thought I had a little more time on this round." The man reached into his pockets, finding the lack of noise distressing, he was officially out of quarters. "Damn, I'm out. You wanna go another round after I break a $20?"

Rusaku sputtered a laugh, before ruffling the Nara's head. "And deal with this nonsense again? Hells nah." He laughed a bit more before holding out that same hand, leaving the Nara to shake his head, his hair swinging from side to side. "Alright, to the victor the spoils."

Oh, right, a deal's a deal. "Yeah, yeah, hold on a minute. Gimme some time to say goodbye." The young man said softly, reaching into his suit jacket pocket to pull out a Pokťmon card. The front showed their object of worth, the Ninetails Fox.



"Sorry about this, furball. I thought I can hold onto you for a little bit longer." Gently, the man kissed the top of the card. It was almost as if it was the most precious card he's ever had. "Take care of yourself, booboo." It was at this moment, that he handed the card over to his advisory, dramatic tears welling up in his eyes like an emoji.

Rusaku smiled brightly and did the same thing, kissing the card, greeting it and tucking it into his own suit jacket. Of course he was wearing a suit, they were gentlemen. They loved the way they felt, Gentlemen's Warehouse guaranteed it... pretty sure that wasn't the slogan anymore, but it might still be... maybe. I haven't heard it in a long time though... off topic. "Beer?" Rusaku offered, swinging an arm around the Nara's shoulders. Jay just scoffed with a tired look on his face, finally feeling the exhaustion. "Vodka." He released with an exaggerated sigh, as the duo left the arcade, the title reading, "Bijuu Arena".
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If they stand behind you, give them Protection.
If they stand besides you, give them Respect.
If they stand against you, SHOW NO MERCY!
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