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Re: Student Versus Sensei; Round One.
« Reply #15 on: May 21, 2017, 01:03:44 am »

Pleasure, unadulterated, pleasure filled the young Nara’s entire being as his arm was plunged deeply inside the man’s chest cavity. Feeling his hand tearing apart the man’s precious heart was completely exhilarating to his senses, despite the chakra inside the man still being as fiery as ever as they went tumbling into the white abyss of the infinite chamber. It was definitely something he believed to be a possibility, somewhere in the back of his mind. But, he had also planned ahead, whether the man was dead or alive at this point. Considering that the man was alive only meant that he would be met with further opposition. The Hell Stab’s job was complete as soon as the skin was pierced, the heart destroyed, the tumbling providing him with all that was needed for him to rearrange his hand into its desired position to keep it from driving out the man’s back.

The tumble may have been long or it may have been short, but either way, the entire event was processed in the Nara’s brain as if it was in slow motion. The Theta State allowed the man to take precise recollection of each impact he made with the unbreakable ground and Athos’ body. Having this advantage was positively the best thing he could have in this instant and he was fully poised to use it to his benefit.

There were many options he could do, what with his hand buried so deeply into the man’s blood, his hand literally pressing against the Raikon’s spine. Time became the essence when Athos grabbed hold of his remaining arm, so whatever he could do, he would have to do it at this very moment, feeling a sense of Déjà vu. He didn’t attempt to stop what was going to happen, or attempt to impede the process in any way, shape or form. And since Athos’ game plan was pretty much on display feeling the crackling of lightning at his right armpit, at this very moment. Chakra rushed from his being, his palm the exit and Athos’ spine the destination. The product of this rush of chakra, as his arm went flying, was the same seal that allowed him to acquire the Twin Tails Nekomata, the Four Pointed Implosion Seal. The Seal, working immediately, would rush towards four individual points on Athos’ body, generally his hands and feet along his skeletal system, since (unlike Jay) the man still had his limbs… asshole. Upon its placement, an immense force of gravity would begin to draw Athos inwards.

Perhaps, Athos still had enough time to use his Added Weight Technique, but it wouldn’t matter to the Nara as his entire being would promptly vanish in another flash of black light as he would return back to the previously used Hirashin Marker, sans both of his arms… well, he still had a stub at his elbow that was steadily beginning to grow back. Kneeling on the white tiles of the Palace steps, his golden hues would look at as an incredibly bright white light would be shining through Athos’ open chest cavity as his body would be drawn into the center of the seal, the scripts still not at their destination of his hands or feet, showing the speed at which the seal worked. Much like any Fuinjutsu, once it was placed, it was pretty much game over, something even an Uzumaki Grandmaster wouldn’t be able to reverse in time, not even the mighty Athos. Still, the Nara was expecting the fight to continue past this point, even as the entire torso of Athos to be caved in at this point, leaving the top of his head and his limbs to be drawn in last. This would be the downfall of the Theta State, as he watched ever microsecond of this process. But again, expecting his opposition to continue, he would watch on with the most sinister of grins, his body steadily releasing power of the darkest nature, alongside that of the Zero-Tails considering how corrupt his soul was.

Speaking of his soul, the Devilish Power would be working in the stead of, the usually lonesome, Dark Release to power the Body Revival Technique. It was just, he was on the clock, and the power boost of using his Devil Release would speed up his regeneration process, his arms seemingly growing at a near instantaneous pace. With the usage of the technique, his frame would bulk up, his height shooting up to 6’4, his muscles losing their leanness, but not going over the top to where he couldn’t fully use his limbs. While he would lose a bit of his flexibility, he could make up for it with his speed. It all really depended on Athos and if he would even need to proceed with the fight.

The brain was still intact, well half of it at this point, cursing his Theta State, but not really having anymore actions left to deactivate it at this point. Athos could possibly do one this at this point, only because of those body modifications that granted him immortality, and that was to glare at his student. If there was a way around this, Athos would literally be left with a quarter of his chakra reserves, losing more and more as the microseconds ticked on by. Jay would watch, always watching, to make sure that he would be prepared for either outcome. Would he see stubbornness or would he see acceptance?

If the process was to be completed without delay, around the same time that his right hand would finish being regenerated, he would clench it, the Devilish Power surging around him and his transformed by, more than thankful that he had been without sleeves since the beginning of the fight, because it would look as if he was completely without a single scratch on him… just ignore the actual rips that were upon his shirt/pants from his bigger size. Would he be able to rip the fabric from his chest in a badass fashion? Or was this the absolute end of the fight? If the sealing process was indeed fruitful, nothing but a bright, white, cube would remain. It would be left to clatter noisily against the chamber floor, more than durable enough to withstand the fall, despite being made of glass.

This was not a fatal attack, unless he was to provide the necessary force to shatter the container. But, the man would be fully capable of reversing the seal, now that it was completed, but it mattered not, since it was OOC, so it wouldn’t matter what happened to the glass cube.

To recap, Jay placed the seal on Athos' spine, Hiraishin'd away and proceeded to use the Body Revival Technique, powered by the Devil Release Energy. All possible thanks to the Theta State, allowing him to better process and control his chakra in such a wild time in the battle, exactly what the state of mind is supposed to do. The entire sealing process would last a few seconds, around 2-3. He would be completely armless, until they were regenerated and hopefully Athos would be defeated, leaving him to collect the white cube.

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Re: Student Versus Sensei; Round One.
« Reply #16 on: May 21, 2017, 07:48:47 pm »

Acceptance? No, Jay would no better than that but there was definitely something else that started bubbling up inside of Athos as this fight took this expected turn. Well, expected OOCly more than ICly, though it definitely put the man into a weird position, but it really didn't matter. All this meant was that Athos was going to have to pull out all the stops, and give Jay exactly what he wanted of the man. Athos felt the foreign chakra that entered his body as Jay would start to place the seal and before it could be turned into a human cube, the man would show Jay his trump card in battle for the first time. From Athos, with only a thought of mind, would there come an invisible field that would flow from his body. Of course, Jay would've been able to see it if he had the Rinnegan, but neither of the men present had such abilities. In this zone he created, there would be no chakra that would actively or open exist and remove any that was active. Because of that, the chakra that was suddenly threatening to seal Athos, even inside of his own body, would be shut down. Of course, The Deadzone that Athos couldn't erase or undo the seal Jay had actually placed, otherwise all of Athos own Fuinjutsu would be undone every time he used it. But it saved the moment for a few seconds, and that was all he needed.

Assuming Jay's arm was still in his chest, seeing it had been removed from his body and not fully sealed, he'd use that to his advantage by bringing both of his hands violently towards his own chest. With this, the Nara's arm would be shoved through with great ease and explode out the other side of the large figure of Athos. And if Jay's arm wasn't there for some reason, he'd still slam his hands against his chest with enough force to get the same seal-removing effect. Most may think that such an act would be uncounted for and ridiculous but with this, Athos would have literally removed the seal that Jay had placed on him and also removing the threat of it once the short term Deadzone he had created would end. Of course, it went to note that when the Deadzone was activated Jay had narrowly escaped it's grasp and Athos' Seventh Gate was shut off as well.

As for what would happen as the Deadzone would come to an end, is exactly what Jay Nara had once asked as of Athos. With a single handseal, Athos would release the Restraint Seal that contained more than half his strength within it, allowing him to reach his full potential if he wanted. With this, calling on all of his strength and allowing Jay to notice it, even in his enhanced State Jay would most likely not be able to keep up with Athos. Perhaps the afterimages but Athos would show the man what the years of his training had turned him into, the redheaded man coming to be a foot or two behind Jay, having preformed three handseals as he moved.

As he got close to Jay, he'd release the jutsu he had cast, another Deadzone. This one, though, would be set to last for a total of five turns, and stretch for miles in each direction. It would be invisible to Jay and seeing Athos had already released the seal on his body, the speed his was using currently was nothing but natural, though as the Deadzone would come into contact with Jay, a variety of things would've come into effect. From the deactivation of any pesky Dojutsu, he'd find that all his healing factors and the Body Revival technique that he had activated would be shut down, possibly(most likely, I think) his Theta State as well. It'd also remove his defenses, such as his Natural armor and the likes, leaving him in the armless state that he was in.

Of course, the same would happen to Athos, only his golden hues to guide him and his natural strength. His healing factors would've also been stopped, but the hole in his side and chest would sadly not be enough to stop the man in his immortal state, hopefully allowing him to swing the tide of the fight easily in his direction, allowing him to be standing behind Jay with an... Arrogant(?) smirk on his face, though there was pride in Jay for the state of the fight and causing him to have to go to such levels to survive,"Boo!"


[Short Term Deadzone]
[Restraints Released]
[Long Term Deadzone, Five Rounds Left]
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Re: Student Versus Sensei; Round One.
« Reply #17 on: May 24, 2017, 09:54:31 am »

Of course, nothing could ever be simple and clean. But, there was a nagging in that back of the young Nara’s mind. How could he determine that the chakra was going to be used for sealing, when it hadn’t been beforehand, when he blew a hole in the man’s side and destroyed vital organs? Was there a bit of oversight on his part? Did he supposedly telegraph his intentions through any sort of negative emotion? That was a possibility, but he was usually in complete control of his demeanor at his current state of being. But, how could this possibly be explained in a way that didn’t present a result of foul play? Without actually seeing his chakra pulsing inside the Nara, determining exactly which type of technique he was poised to use seemed a bit foul.

[You’re reading entirely too much into this...] Matatabi broke through his subconscious, the power surging through him to repair the damage to his limbs at a much quicker rate of time. Despite the fact that he couldn’t actually see what had happened, he knew exactly what it was. Deadzone Creation, a Fuinjutsu his sensei had only really mentioned in small detail (teasing about possibly using it against him). But, now that he’s seen it (noting the complete lack of energy circulating within the Raikon), he can grasp the capabilities of such an immensely layered array of characters. [This could only mean that he sees you as a true threat. I hope you’re ready for the next act of this fight.] She told the young Nara.

Of course, this caused the young Nara to think of just what his seal had managed to get before its untimely deactivation. Well, it had such a short lifespan, but, considering its placement, it goes without saying that the area would be sealed within the unfinished product. The area would consist of the spinal cord, specifically the first section of the Thoracic Vertebrae, T1 (If not higher with the way his hand had been bent inside of Athos), but for this sake that’s where it would be placed. Now, at a pace where sealing a being standing at 6’4 would take a maximum of 3 seconds, you can say that this process was sort of fast… not fast enough apparently. But, microseconds would tick on by before the sealing would stop. It hadn’t been explicably stated, but with his Theta State processing at that speed, he would count it in the several hundred thousand (400,000) give or take a few dozen. That was enough time for the seal to successfully pull a decent amount of the Raikon. After plugging in the numbers, of Athos’ height (6 feet, 4 inches – 76.8 inches in total), the time of intended completion (3 seconds), where the sealing was forced to stop (0.4 second – 400,000 microseconds), how many times that specific 0.4 would add up to equal the aforementioned 3 seconds (7.5 times), Jay deduced that he would have taken off another 10.24 inches if another 0.4 second had passed by. His math could be wrong, but ten inches, five in each direction (specifically above and below the seal) a decent amount of Athos’ spinal cord have been completely absent (Above to the Cervical Vertebrae, specifically the C4 vertebrae, and down to T5 of the Thoracic Vertebrae) most of Jay’s own hand, the remains of his heart, some broken pieces of ribs and perhaps half a pint of blood. This meant, without C4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 of his Cervical Vertebrae Athos should be unable to move his arms/fingers as a whole, as that’s where those spinal nerves extended towards. The same could be said for T1 through 5, though this had less significance than the former group.

But, for plot’s sake, let’s say the cube inside the Raikon was just the substitute he needed to keep himself ambulatory for the fight. Well, the red haired male didn’t seem to want to keep his neat little spinal replacement, so he went all ham on it and punched it and his arm straight out of his back. ’Whoa, friendly fire much?’

Of course, this sole act would be Athos’ downfall. Yeah, sure he was ultimately immortal and wouldn’t die from this, but despite this, he still needed his spinal nerves to move his body. Without the Seventh Gate to keep his body together, and with the Deadzone supposedly cutting off one’s regenerative capabilities, Athos would ultimately be left to fall to the ground in a bloody mess, a literal quadriplegic as the rest of his spinal cord would be disconnected from his brain. [Hmm, maybe you don’t have to worry about anything after all?]

Matatabi was completely correct to say this, as this happened. Jay would be left to do one simple thing, which would be to finish his sensei for good. He moved immediately, not waiting for this short term Deadzone to reach its end. His seal had the intended lifespan of 3 seconds at a maximum, and Athos had stopped it at the aforementioned 0.4 marker, with his Deadzone, which, for simplifications sake had the same lifespan of 3 seconds maximum, since he had used the same word of “few”, meaning that the same 0.4 second would be the marker between the completion of his right hand and the end of the Deadzone. With Athos unable to move and unable to access neither his chakra nor Kyuubi’s chakra, now would be the best time to end this. Because the man hadn’t even taken the time to stand to his feet, he would most likely perform this act on his knees, considering that they were previously tumbling on the floor. Athos, completely surrounded by blood, should be faced down, or faced up, still kneeling. It mattered not with what was going to happen as the Nara immediately jumped into the Deadzone, feeling the disconnect with his chakra, but not his Body Revival Technique, due to the fact that it was powered by his very soul, something that wasn’t a stipulation of something being gifted to him by an angel, demon nor a God. Athos should have really had the word including, instead of meaning, otherwise the Nara would be without his Soul Manipulation for this moment… not that it really mattered if it was there or not.

In any case, he would be in midair, his speed undaunted in the slightest by the Deadzone and when he landed, he would do so on top of Athos’ head, curb stomping down on it with enough strength/force to completely squash his head/skull/brain to mush. It had already been established that he was able to pierce the man’s Strongest Shield with his regular fingers. But, even if he hadn't broken through the Strongest Shield, the skull and brain would still be met with the same fate, Athos' skin completely in tact, but ultimately being pointless. And speaking of fingers, he would look down to his right hand, watching as the last bits of his fingers finished regenerating, feeling a reconnection of his chakra soon after as the Deadzone soon came to an end. From that point, it was a simple act of rinse and repeat for him to use his foot to place the same seal in the remains of the mess and to Hiraishin back to the marker to watch as the cube would perform the cleanup of Athos’ body, just in case there was a Shinigami revival thing or whatever. And the funny thing was that Athos had done this to himself, meaning that he would be unable to talk himself out of this outcome, which would leave his student as the victor of this bout. [Drop the mic and walk off the stage! He heard the ball of blue fire yell in his mind as the fight finished. 'The hell are you talking about now? I don't even have a mic.' This would be met with an annoyed growl from Matatabi. [Well then, go pose over the bloodied cube as if you just did the raging demon and end it with a cool quote like... uh.. "Now that I've killed Athos, I am the new Daimyo of Uzu no Kuni." Ohh, ooh, ohh, or how about.. "I broke you once, and I'll break you again. Remember that!!" Ooh, ooh, or how abo- 'Wait, wasn't that from Def Jam: Fight for New York?' [What? No... shut up, I like that game.] 'You haven't even played it! You were just scanning my memories of the time I watched the video on the blazins and taunts and stuff... and you were breaking the fourth wall! That's my job! Dang it, I can't do anything in here!' The Nara would proceed to complain, as he headed for the exit, leaving the cube in the pile of blood, opening the door and leaving the chamber.

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Re: Student Versus Sensei; Round One.
« Reply #18 on: May 24, 2017, 05:04:56 pm »

Honestly, it was disheartening to see the level at which Jay didn't understand his own immortality, or the limits of it. This was where the two's forms of logic would start to take a split, but in two different and logical ways. Jay's logic had followed along the way the human body normally works and sure, he could go forth and argue just about how missing part of his spine and such would cause Athos to fall to a crippling pile... Except that it wouldn't do that to him, at all. Even if Jay wanted to claim that several parts of his organs and his spine was missing, and there was several reasons behind this... But they came back to his Jashinist Immortality, seeing Jay could've scooped out all of Athos' organs except for his brain and the man would've been just fine to keep living until malnutrition would take him over but other substitutes would've been able to been found by the time such a thing happened.

Had Jay taken the time to learn the Curse Technique: Death Controlling Possessed Blood, a move he hadn't learned the details of from Hazama, then he'd also be privy to the fact of how a Jashinist most usually kills their target. Obviously by digesting the blood of their opponent and then standing in a circle, but the most common method was to shove their weapon into their hearts. But it wasn't just something that stopped at the heart but usually an attack that would be thrust all the way through one's chest, that the exact area where Jay had thrust his hand. Now it would be silly for a Jashinist's own attack to cause him to become immobile but wounds to the chest and then out the other side was usually their preferred method.

That being said, while normally a body would crumble and lose their form, no such thing would happen to Athos. Like any Jashinist that had parts of their body blown off, he would still function as long as his body and head were connected. And for Jay, a man who fiended and clawed his way towards the Jashinist immortality, to be unaware of such a fact would lead to his downfall. No, as Jay would come towards Athos, he would not be jumping towards a lump of meat that was the Crimson Redhead but instead the same 6'7" figure of Athos. Hell, even if Jay wanted to say something crazy like Athos was shorter or something silly, it wouldn't stop him from being able to move and still being fully capable of being able to move.

That meant that, after his first Deadzone was released the second one would be cast and Jay, who now jumped towards Athos, would be throwing himself into it. With that, Jay would've just removed all of his own buffs from his body and give Athos the advantage against the Nara that he wanted originally. Athos would easily use his full powered speed to avoid Jay's seemingly slow motion curb stomp, disappearing as a literal blur before Jay's unenhanced eyes.



The above is what it would look like the second that Jay's feet touched the ground but unlike in the above, Jay would have no idea or feeling that Athos would be several feet behind him. There should be nothing that the armless and chakra-less figure of Jay should be able to do against such an attack, so assuming it went through, Athos would release a punch at, if given a percentage, would contain 85% of all of his raw strength, an amount he's never shown Jay before. And just like Genos had asked Saitama to show him just how strong he was, Jay had always done the same to Athos and today was the day that he showed him the limits and physics that Athos could shatter simply by existing. No attack that would be thrown at him from Jay would be able to rob him of any of his forward momentum, seeing the force that was behind his punch as it flew out was enough to do horrible damage.



In the time Jay's feet would touch the ground and that Athos would get behind him and release his punch wouldn't even be a whole second, closer only to a half of one. The force that was behind Athos' punch, not even the strength of it alone, was enough to carve away and destroy mountain ranges from just being near his arm when it swung. Being directly hit by the attack would resort in ranges and ranges, as wells villages, being blown away and demolished. If Jay had been able to access any of his skills, or anything, sure the man may have been able to do something against the force that was Athos but... Jay had jumped into Athos Long Term Deadzone, a move that had been played out last turn, and gave the Uzumaki his opening. As the punch would come in contact with Jay's back, assuming that it did, he'd have even less than half a second to know that this was the end. But the moment punch's force would meet Jay's body, all that would happen next is that Jay would stop existing and in his place would be a cloud of red paste and mist.

The force that traveled through his body would've bypassed his Strongest Shield and blown out all of his organs almost instantly, like a burnout in a race track and tires, also pulverizing and turning his bones to ash. The force that went through Jay's body would've caused even his Strongest Shield to be unable to handled it all, hence why the man would turn into a cloud of red, as well as the fact that the area in front of Athos for a good distance would be splattered with crimson red of Jay. There would be way living way for Jay to survive such a blow, or to still be alive even if he got caught by the attack and turned into paste.

With this, Athos would let out an annoyed breath through his nose and the fight that had went between the two of them for so long would have come to an abrupt end. Of course, if Jay somehow managed to try and dodge Athos' punch and the force that followed behind it, which also threatened to destroy and crippled Jay, then Athos would just follow through with two more devastating punches. Otherwise, the one punch would've been enough and Jay would be dead before he really even knew what had happened.


[[One Punch]]

If Jay somehow lived the first one;

[[Punch Two]]
[[Punch Three]]
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Re: Student Versus Sensei; Round One.
« Reply #19 on: May 26, 2017, 12:29:14 pm »

(Honest mistake on the height part. I usually double check for minute details like that, but was sort of... distracted while typing last time.)

White, such a pure color, was completely all over the place, as far as the eye could possibly see. The palace in the center of the chamber was like a blemish to this pale universe, a scar in the completely germ free residence. That would be the case behind the palace. For, in front of it, a battle was raging on between two warriors of great power. These two warriors were fighting for their lives, blood splattered upon the, previously, white chamber floors, dirtying the chamber floors as if it was a Jackson Pollock painting. Whether the battle had been going on for 2 minutes or nearly 2 whole months, it would seem as if one of the warriors were in complete control of the situation.

While the battle would be raging on in front of the palace, a weird portal, comprised of green energy, would pop into existence against the side of the palace walls. The portal would swirl mysteriously for but a moment, before two people walked out of it. One would be a small teenage boy with brown hair. He would be wearing a yellow shirt and blue pants, with white shoes. The other would be a much taller, and older, lanky man with pale hair, bordering on being blue. He would be wearing a white lab coat over a light blue shirt and brown pants with black shoes. ”He-here we are, Morty. This is dimension SL.. S.. SL-88.” The older man would say, more stumbling out of the portal than walking regularly, stuffing something into his lab coat.

The revealed Morty would look around the area would a dumbfounded look on his face, his lips opening wide in his disbelief, the portal closing behind them immediately after they walked through it. ”W-whoa, grandpa Rick, this place is really bright. And why is it s-so he-heavy here?” Morty would say with excitement in his voice. The place really would be sort of bright, causing Rick to rub his eyes a bit before his eyes could get adjusted. ”Oh, there’s an easy explanation for that Morty.” He would say, as he reached into his lab coat to take out a flask and drink from it.

It would be at this moment that the sounds of the fighting would catch the attention of the young teenager, more specifically, the sounds of the two warriors tumbling around on the ground. ”Holy S-“ He wouldn’t be able to finish his near exclamation as Rick would use his free hand to cover his grandson’s mouth. ”Shut your mouth, Morty. You trying to get us caught?” Rick would continue to cover Morty’s mouth, as he peeked around the corner to watch the events play out. ”Perfect, we’re just in time, Morty.” He said in a hushed tone as he removed his hand from Morty’s mouth and took one more drink before stuffing the flask back inside of his lab coat.

”Wh-whoa, in time for what, Grandpa Rick? What exactly are we do-doing here?” The old man didn’t look towards his grandpa as they watched the fast paced action of when Jay would crush Athos’ head underneath his foot. ”Wait, wait, wait, shut up for a second, Morty. There’s no time to explain now.” Rick hushed the boy with his words, as his hand reached into the other side of his lab coat to pull out his sleek portal gun, the same green energy nestled into the top of the device.

The older man fiddled with the back of the device for a quick moment, ”No!” Morty yelled out as he reached for the portal gun. He didn’t know why, but something made him tussle with his grandpa, attempting to stop him from committing whatever senseless act he was trying to commit.  ”Morrrty, stop it dammit. You don’t understand what you’re doing!” Rick burped in objection to his grandson trying to foil his plan. It didn’t take long, before he used his foot to kick Morty to the chamber floor, before he ran from around from his hiding place and aimed the portal gun under the Nara, who was just about to open the door. He quickly pulled the trigger and out shot a mass of pure energy. When it reached the ground under the Nara, it would widen outward into another portal. When it widened out, the Nara would end up falling into it, ”What th- ahH!” which caused the young man to let out a yelp as the portal closed immediately afterwards. ”Yeah, take that, motherfucka!! Unh, score one for Rick!” The old scientist would celebrate with a dance, only confusing the hell out of his grandson, who just couldn’t grasp what the hell just happened.

”Wh-wh- what the hell, R-Rick!? Why the fuck did you do that!?” Morty yelled as he stood to his feet, anger on his face from his grandpa kicking him like he did. Rick let out a laugh as he turned his attention on Morty, drool dribbling out of his mouth. ”Why? Morty, because he crossed me! Let me teach you something about this world, Morty! Only then will you understand what’s going on!” Ahh, Rick, no, that’s o-oka- You see, Morty, in this world there’s ten beasts of immense power. And the warriors of this world fight for them to gain their power. These beasts have tails that divide their levels of power, from the Zero Tails to the Nine Tails. Wait, th-that doesn’t make sense. If it doesn’t have a tail, why is it grouped in with the other Tailed Beasts?” Morty proceeded to interrupt his grandpa, who shook his head, drooling whipping from side to side, sputtering all the while.

”D-d-don’t get lost in the details, Morty! Anyway, those two were fighting for the Nine Tails and that black haired bastard had just won the beast for himself.” Morty couldn’t help but clap in congratulations, before his hands were swiftly slapped. ”That’s not a good thing, Morty, you stupid fuck! If he wins, he becomes a walking time bomb!” This confused Morty even further, causing his lips to turn into a small ‘w’ for a moment.  ”W-wait, that’s totally crazy, grandpa Rick.”

This would cause Rick’s face to scrunch up a bit before he threw a fit, pushing his grandson back and causing him to fall to the floor. ”IT’S NOT CRAZY, MORTY!! Remember the Schezwan Sauce!? If he’s allowed to live, he’s going to end up eating it all, and that damned fox is to blame for it! I’m not going to let that black haired bastard hog all the sweet S-Sschezwan Sauce.” Morty would whimper and complain as Rick ranted. ”So, I sent that bastard to another dimension. A dimension where his teacher was completely fine after punching out his spine, Morty! In this dimension it worked, but that shit aint flying in the other dimension, Morty! He’s gonna get his ass killed in that dimension and that damn cat of his doesn't have the balls to tell him to hog all that sweet teriyaki dipping sauce! I don’t care if it takes him 9 more seasons before he can try to fight for the Nine-Tails again! I’ll be there to stop him time and time again, Morty! I don’t care if I have to do this for 97 years, I’ll do anything to protect that Schezwan Sauce!”

Rick would continue to yell at his grandson, as the camera pulled backwards. The sounds of Rick’s rant and Morty’s whimper being the only thing that was audible in the vast whiteness of the infinite chamber. Of course, the story of Jay Nara would continue, but exactly which dimension was he sent to? Would he be victorious in this one, or perhaps, would Rick be correct to assume that he would be defeated. All they knew was, anything was capable of pissing off Rick. Rick would do absolute anything to protect the delicious Schezwan Sauce.

Of course, nothing could ever be simple and clean. But, there was a nagging in that back of the young Nara’s mind. How could he determine that the chakra was going to be used for sealing, when it hadn’t been beforehand, when he blew a hole in the man’s side and destroyed vital organs? Was there a bit of oversight on his part? Did he supposedly telegraph his intentions through any sort of negative emotion? That was a possibility, but he was usually in complete control of his demeanor at his current state of being. But, how could this possibly be explained in a way that didn’t present a result of foul play? Without actually seeing his chakra pulsing inside the Nara, determining exactly which type of technique he was poised to use seemed a bit foul.

[You’re reading entirely too much into this...] Matatabi broke through his subconscious, the power surging through him to repair the damage to his limbs at a much quicker rate of time. Despite the fact that he couldn’t actually see what had happened, he knew exactly what it was. Deadzone Creation, a Fuinjutsu his sensei had only really mentioned in small detail (teasing about possibly using it against him). But, now that he’s seen it (noting the complete lack of energy circulating within the Raikon), he can grasp the capabilities of such an immensely layered array of characters. [This could only mean that he sees you as a true threat. I hope you’re rea- It would be at this exact moment, that the green portal would appear in this unknown dimensional world. It wouldn’t make its appearance on the floor, pillar or the wall of the palace, like a regular portal. Nooo, this portal would make its appearance inside of the Nara of old, completely bisecting his body, vertically and parallel to his frame. This shock to his system would result in a sort of rebirth for the Nara, as an exact copy would emerge from the portal, the deceased body of the old Jay nowhere in sight. ”Damn it, now I have to do all that all over again.” He would yell out in frustration as he looked ahead of him to see his sensei once again punching Jay’s arm out the back of his chest. It was as if his victory had been a hallucination, a mind trick by some sort of asshole.

[Whoa, Déjà vu.] Matatabi commented as time seemingly resumed to how it had been. Because of how screwed up it was from both fighter’s mix ups, from Jay’s absurd belief that Jashinists didn’t need to have their brain connected to every part of their body, via the spinal cord, to be able to move, to Athos’ weird warp of time and character control of Jay’s speed (whether Athos was able to move or not). But, all didn’t matter as this entire thing was just to show that Athos was still moving via the Theta State, which his previous post was based on. It really didn't matter that he didn't know of a technique that allowed someone the ability to turn into a living voodoo doll, it meant shit to someone who could actually control nearly an ocean of blood. So, just like last time, he would dash forward, his Theta State watching intently as Athos would make his sign to slip out of his Restraints to change into something more comfortable, which he hadn’t emoted this time around, but IMMA JUST LET THAT SLIDE!! He would do the exact same thing, with his own Limiter Seal, releasing both levels to get just as comfortable for this fight. And since he didn’t need to use a handseal… for anything, he would save a lot of time.

You see, under the Limiter Seal, the Nara only had access to about 20% of his power, has been for quite a while now, since before the time he decided to fiend and claw for Senninka, not the Jashinist Immortality. He’d never done so for Jashinist Immortality, since he’d already had his own version, but SL rules, so he had to get with the times. In any case, the first level of the Limiter Seal released 30% of his power, which he equated to someone using Sage Mode, power boost wise. The second, and final, level was the last 50% of his power, which he separately equated to a Jinchuriki using most of their Biju’s power, again, power boost wise. With the two of these stacked together, Jay would return to his original self, unhindered by the seal as he proceeded with his jump... the 80% of chakra would be released as well, but with the Deadzone flowing past him… meh. Any chakra that would have exploded out of him would have just been snuffed out by the invisible barrier, showing that he barely made it. He would also use this time to return his brain waves to normal, since they were no longer needed for this bout.

With his power restored to its fullest, his personality shifted to his real one, a persona similar to the Devil, who’s only desire was to cause death and destruction to his surroundings. [Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh for his own, for he is a liar, and the father of it.]

Now, he won’t up and say that releasing his seal held the same results of Athos releasing his own. But, I’m just saying, if a 20% Jay made a 50% Athos release his restraints, than that should say something. I’m not saying the 50% Athos couldn’t have beaten said 20% Jay, but there had to be a reason why the 50% Athos felt as if he had to release his restraints for this fight. It couldn’t have been a show of strength considering Athos had never once attempted to use his full potential around his sensei. Why would he when he was manipulating the man into giving him what he wanted. So, just enough, was enough to show that Jay, had what it took to be brought under his "wing".

In any case, while the Nara was contemplating all of this, coming to a seemingly slow motion land, Athos would have already proceeded with his attempt of his first “serious” punch, suddenly becoming Caped Baldy to do so. It was kind of weird to compare him to Genos... considering he was all flesh and blood, baby. But, he was still trying to contemplate just what Matatabi had said in his mind. ’Wa… was that a bible ver- [WATCH OUT!!] She would exclaim out in warning as the Nara was brought back to reality. ”Le what?” He’d manage to say before he was hit with the full force of the “serious” punch… Well, his own afterimage would be hit with it, evidenced by the lack of blood Athos desired.

Jay would manage to evade with a simple side step, which took him about twenty meters away from Athos, at Athos' 7 o'clock. [Just… just get into character.] With his full capabilities out and about, he was completely undaunted, his face devoid of his usual features. The eyes that were usually golden, (despite having been transformed into red through the usage of the Sin of Wrath’s Power) would ultimately darkened into a deeper shade of red, and according to the internet, that color would be a bit darker than wine. It would be obvious at this point to say that, Jay was much faster than he’s ever let on. Much like his sensei, he felt as if he could finally let loose and show the realm what he could really do. One on One, mano a mano, to the death. No time limits. No judges. Jay would proceed to dodge the other two punches with ease, moving to the same 7 o'clock each time, seeing as how Athos hadn’t put his entire effort into any of them.

When Athos was finished with his punches, Jay would choose the moment to speak. ”It feels so good to finally take off those infernal kids’ gloves for the first time in Mortal Kombat. Don’t you think sensei?” His words, no, his tone of voice was the part of him that’s changed. There was no sentiment, affection nor respect in his tone. No excitement or admiration to be facing the Nine Tails Jinchuriki in battle. ”Of course, were it not for this Deadzone, one of us would already be dead. If only the fool had ended it sooner, I wouldn’t have to get involved in this little… playground squabble.” The shifted Nara would grab hold of his shirt and rip it from his frame, letting the tatters fall to the floor. Despite losing the buff of the Body Revival Technique, his body would still look as if it was in peak shape, not as buff as before, but not as lean prior, just somewhere in between. "I do, however, find it peculiar. If you have this "strength"... He would personally incorporate the air quotes to help his point, not even needing to look towards the palace to see it destroyed from the sheer force of the punch. then how has Bocchierre been treating you like his bitch all these years? Ahh, I guess that's a question I'll never have answered." The raven haired devil would gently shake his head, disappointment clear in the action. "It matters not. Let's see if I can devour you and the fox before this Deadzone expires." Five rounds would be left for the Deadzone and it was obvious that both fighters had finished "warming up" during this little fight of theirs. Jay would proceed to motion for a classic, come hither, motion with his right hand. Tis was the universal sign to come at me, bro. [Whoa... maybe not be in character... you're kind of a dick...]

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Re: Student Versus Sensei; Round One.
« Reply #20 on: June 02, 2017, 12:25:23 am »

There were several parts of this that made very little sense, and it hadn't been the time jumping demons that had suddenly come out of no where to put Jay in a universe where the fight between the two giants had begun, instead the part that confused Athos was how Jay had managed to trick himself into thinking he could dodge Athos' punch. It wasn't because Athos was claiming to still trump over a full strength/speed Jay, though that would likely still be the case. No, what made no absolute sense was Jay's claim to suddenly gaining access to his restraints because Athos hadn't emoted his action, yet Athos hadn't emoted doing either of his Deadzones because, as Jay went through the trouble of jumping to a universe where Athos' moves had continued, and the Nara had made no comment about that. The first Deadzone, when Jay appeared, had been released as originally planned and then even the Second Deadzone, all of which had been done with Jay saying anything but the action that had been between those two, the second out of three actions, had been called out and confused with.

With that, Jay had used the one thing that stopped him from being killed by Athos, or he would have if what Jay had been trying to do made any sense. Like Athos was still skull crushed by a Jay who determined his path was right, the Jay that had thought he escaped Athos' grasp would be obliterated by his punch. Again, not because Jay was supremely outclassed in his 'awakened' state but because his logic, OOCly, failed to make sense. So while Jay saw a world where he had sidestepped a move that had an extended range and could carve away mountains, in reality the force of the blow met the back of Jay and the man's life was quickly brought to an end. All of the blood that had been stuck in Jay was stretched across the once white Canvas of the Hyperbolic Time Chamber, and with that Athos would've been decided the winner.

But then it happened, from somewhere in the endless chamber, a portal through time ripped open and in the process of this all, came forth a Yellow and Red Streak of lightning, Athos' eyes barely able to keep up as it all came into view.

How long had it been, how long had they been fighting? It was honestly too hard to say, but they had been fighting all over time. No place had been safe from their battle, as they once again exited the Speed Force and into a seemingly white oblivion, the man cloaked in red felt his feet almost lose traction behind him. If there were objects in this realm, anything that was moving, the man's eyes would see all of it as though it was happening in the slowest of motions, but there was nothing. What was this place? As they raced around, there was seemingly nothing in this white space... Except, what was that? It was clear that as they moved, there was towering figure that was more than hurt, with a splay of blood that stretched in front of him. What was up with that? It made no sen- But that was when a punch connected with his Jaw, smacking him out of his forward motion and sprawling him onto the ground.

As they left the Speed Force, there was a feeling of both anticipation and anger as they moved. This was it, it had to be, because both of them were starting to reach their ends. Even as a speedster, they had their limits and even as unreachable as they originally seemed, both of them were seeing their ends slowly coming up. This was just another universe throughout the Multi-verse that they would taint with their fight but already by entering, the man cloaked in yellow could tell there was something different about the place they had just entered... But they, for just a moment, he saw that The Flash had taken his eyes off of him for a moment but instead of worrying about what exactly his enemy had seen, he took the moment to connect a swift punch across his jaw,"You're a damned fool, Barry Allen. Keep taking your eyes of me and you-" Of course, that was when the man speaking had his eyes fall onto the odd figure of Athos. He wasn't intimidated but it was definitely once of the weirder sights that saw during their fight, then something hit his ribs, strong and hard.


Barry Allen refused to lose this fight, even as he came to a tumbling stop. His eyes found the infamous Reverse Flash, bearing the usual outfit that he did, and caught the moment that he was distracted by the same sight Barry had been. So that was when he moved as quickly as he could and tackled the man with his full force, bringing the two of them into a violent rumble and roll across the tiles,"Thawne, I'll end you! I won't, no, I can't let you win!"Perhaps it was desperation that flowed through his veins as his fists rained down on Eobard. He was angry, that was an understatement, but the feeling of anger had slowly started to fade. They rolled and tumbled before Thawne finally managed to get a leg between them and separate them, giving them both a second to finally get back on their feet.


Meanwhile, Athos who had just won a fight that his life had depended on, watched in amazement. Even with his eyes and enhancements, he was lucky to catch more than a few blurred afterimages as the two seemingly zoomed around. He saw the two streams of lighting that each person produced and the energy that flowed each time one of their punches connected. He felt the pressure starting to build up in the room around them as he watched them fly around in a battle of life and death. The feeling that was leaving them and building in this room, that was seemingly endless, was starting to build every second that seemed to pour out their power. He couldn't see it or even sense it, so it was clear that whatever it was that was giving them this power, and also filling the room, was not of this world. The pressure in the room caused Athos' ears to pop faintly before the crackling of lightning could be heard.

Small tears in what seemed to be reality started to form, showing Athos an amount of worlds he never thought possible. There was one where he saw Jay and himself getting much, much too friendly for two people who shared a bond almost equal to that of Father and Son, and another where Athos was sitting behind a desk. It wasn't a desk in a Kage office but some type of work block, where he adjusted glasses on his eyes and seemed to be typing away at, what Tobias had called, a computer. Endless possibilities began to form and blind the man, stunning and dazzling him.

After managing to get Barry off of him, the two of them had been at it again. The Speed Force flowed through them as they ran around the endless abyss, neither one able to find a way out. No matter how you looked at it, this room was completely sealed for the single building they could see. But neither one of them would let the other actually make it to the door, leading in them both being stuck here. As they connected blows, The Reverse Flash was planning his next escape into the Speed Force again. But the excess energy that was feeding off of two speedsters was starting to build in this room, which seemed to have a weird effect on time and space. Because of this, a lot of energy was being left behind as they moved and Thawne felt the tears in reality forming,"Do you feel that, Flash? Another world falling because of your greed!"


Of course Barry felt the way the Speed Force was seemingly starting to 'fill' this world, as well as the effects that it was having. But the man saw no other forms of life, just the extremely tall figure that seemed to be stupefied by their appearance. He may not be able to defeat Thawne by conventional means but if he could trap Thawne here, just long enough for whatever was happened to actually happen, then it would solve all of his issues,"This is your fault, and I'll make sure you burn in the hell you create Thawne!" Barry couldn't stop moving though because even a second and Thawne would escape and that was what he had to stop, no matter what. He couldn't simply allow the murderer of so many to escape again, but even if Thawne did leave, Barry would chase him until this was over.


It was actually the blood that Athos had turned Jay into that caused Thawne to think up a dastardly plan, the only one that would've made any sense, at least partially. With banter would he take Barry's attention as they closed in towards Athos, also hoping to give The Flash the impression that he was going to try and take the innocent bystander's life. With all of these distractions, he had hoped the man would follow,"Then I'll just make you watch me kill another innocent person!"

And Barry took the bait, pushing himself a bit further and faster as he tried to catch up to Thawne... Only catching wind of his dastardly plan as his feet stepped into the crimson that was left behind, causing the traction of his feet to fail for only half a second but that was the only wiggle room that the Reverse Flash needed.


And with that, Eobard Thawne would change his running path slightly and instead run past Athos, tearing open the Speed Force and entering it, leaving this realm to it's fate.


Barry Allen had only faltered for a small amount of time, not even a whole half second after his arch-enemy had left this realm, Barry had done the same and just as fast as they had come, they had come.


Athos was sure that he was going to die, seeing there was no way he was going to be able to keep up with the speed of these... These... Super.. Humans. With no way to actually counter this attack, or any idea what their powers even were, Athos was just going to die... But then he felt the pressure of something opening behind his back, but as that happened, he felt the pressure that had been increasing in the room come to a thunderous climax. The tears he saw before shattered and the Hyperbolic Time Chamber, a room that was meant to be separated from both Time and Space but had just been violated by both of them, would give way. The power that came from whatever had been fueling those two would cause the room to fall out of time.

Athos felt his body shift, then everything in the room, slowly as if it was starting to spiral in a sort of storm. He watched the lightning spark and flow, tearing up the white tiles of the room that had not even been chipped by either Athos nor Jay, as well as the only exit from the room. He was being absorbed upwards, it seemed, as though he was flying... Everything was white and this was it... He was dead.

.......

But then he was falling, falling downwards. Nothing was working except his eyes, not his chakra or any of his powers, but he fell towards the ground... At least he'd assume, because for awhile he would only see endless white, like he had before. But then he slowly saw things coming into view, first it would be the small visage of the dwelling that had let people enter the Hyperbolic Time Chamber, followed by two small specs that were... Him and Jay? What was happening? This didn't seem right but he watched as the fight slowly reached the same point where Athos had originally won, but in this realm Athos watched as Jay somehow managed to legally activate and release his restraints...

But as that happened, Athos fell into the battle. Originally, the man would've fallen in front of where Jay would've been obliterated but in this realm, Jay had been able to dodge and instead, for a single moment the Athos and Jay of this realm would see a second Athos... Before the force of this realm's Athos would punch forward and obliterate the Winning Athos and create a horrible blood splatter across the ground. With that, the original Athos had died and things pick up.

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What the hell had just happened? Right before Athos had activated his Deadzone, Jay had just barely managed to release his restraints and give him exactly what he needed to dodge the death blow. But in his place, Jay's that is, seemed to be Athos. And while the man would've loved to say that it was just an illusion but there was definitely blood there of the man, left behind... But that was no longer important because without even missing a beat, Athos would be back in the fight with Athos.

Now Jay had assumed that he had forced Athos to access his full power and that it should mean something but that made little sense, seeing as Saitama had no reason to show Genos his full power, besides simply letting his student see it. And showing his limits. Athos had been doing something like that, being honorable and deciding to let his student see some of the strength he never got to see, but to think his student would've tried to use such a detail against him was just silly. Though it mattered very little, seeing as even with both of their restraints now released, it was still clear who was in charge of this fight. Why was it obvious? Because despite what Jay had thought, he was still lacking both of his arms, especially his right seeing it had just been removed. It probably wasn't nearly as threatening as Jay wanted it to be, waving his stump of an arm around in a come hither motion, but it was still the same.

Seeing as Jay would only have his legs, this fight was about to become very one sided, but it also meant that the plan for fighting Jay was simple. Athos would've moved forward to close some distance between them, challenging Jay to dodge his attacks. Athos wasn't using his full speed or strength but he aimed to throw a set of 85% combos at Jay, but with Athos actually aware of Jay's speed, the Nara wouldn't be able to dodge them as easily as he had before. Of course, this didn't mean he'd suddenly hit Jay and the Nara have no chance but this definitely meant the man wouldn't hit any afterimages.

The first set of blows that would come would be that of the a simple combo, the old one, two, three. His right hand came first towards a blow for Jay's face, aiming to crash against the left side and blow his head away. There was no arguing that Jay had speed but also confirmed that this fight was to the death, especially by bringing Bocchiere's name into it, but he bit back that rage. He wasn't the first person to pull that card and many had been doing it for decades, his own first born son included. No, it stung coming from Jay maybe, but he was too into this fight to actually feel that. The second punch in the combo came from his right but his left came forward, like it was going to punch, before his right would've shot forward quickly for a jab. Now, the Jab wouldn't actually be enough to kill Jay but enough to shatter his nose, possibly cause a concussion and made Jay see stars. It would be followed up but a third, separate blow that would actually come from his left hand. This would've come from underneath, aiming to strike Jay clear in his chin, stunned or not, aiming to blow it upwards and cause a rain of crimson to come down, made of his head and coming from his neck. Something told Athos none of those would've killed him, but he wanted to test his student further, going at him with the full intent to kill him...


Of course, Athos had an actual plan, as well. At the end of the last one, he would've stepped forward strongly and slammed his foot down. He would've done was put about 85% of his strength into his foot and brought it down onto the ground roughly, with explosive force. As it's been stated before, though, the tiles in this room weren't able to be destroyed but it would also go to note that this wasn't because they absorbed force, they essentially just deflected it. This meant that all the force that Athos had put downwards would explode outwards inside, similar to how a Shinra Tensei worked but not in the same controlled way. The force that left Athos would only reach things four feet and below, though it still carried the force to rock and crush mountains as it did so. This, of course, meant that Jay would either have to jump over the force or take it full force, which would be enough force to bend both his knees back and break his legs, leaving him without a way to fight.

Of course, given that Jay was hopefully in combat with Athos, it would be likely that he was struck by the force and lost both of his legs. At the same time, if Jay was to managed to dodge, even with his speed, the force would strike him if he tried to move any other direction besides upwards.


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Re: Student Versus Sensei; Round One.
« Reply #21 on: June 06, 2017, 02:42:26 pm »

(I had a lot more, but hit a character limit and had to cut my post.)

Jay found it weird that Athos was so hell bent on assuming that Jay was without his right hand, in particular, especially after using a technique that offers instantaneous regeneration, i.e. Body Revival Technique,
Quote from: Naruto Wiki
This technique allows the user to survive any otherwise normally fatal damage and instantly heal from the damage
which was further enhanced by Devil Release, which states,
Quote from: NP Wiki – Devil Release
Devil Release can be used just like any source of energy at a user's disposal. At it's purest form, it can be used to augment attacks or even regular techniques much like Sage Mode - Through Devil Release, if one hadn't already possessed a healing factor, they can either develop one of considerable efficiency or cause the already existing factor to increase exponentially.

Of course, I guess that Athos could argue that with me using “nigh instantaneous,” I made the enhanced technique weaker than the original. But, since I was running on a clocked maximum of three seconds, I can say that it’s pretty sufficient to the overall pace of the current speed fight, in comparison to other examples of uses where time was more stretched out. Said moment of completion would be noted in the previous post,
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If the process was to be completed without delay, around the same time that his right hand would finish being regenerated, he would clench it, the Devilish Power surging around him… - The entire sealing process would last a few seconds, around 2-3.
This is all a few seconds, pretty simple. Now, let’s see what Athos had to say about time.

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Of course, The Deadzone that Athos couldn't erase or undo the seal Jay had actually placed, otherwise all of Athos own Fuinjutsu would be undone every time he used it. But it saved the moment for a few seconds, and that was all he needed.
A few seconds seems pretty straight forward to me. It signifies something that is obviously more than two but not too many, which, for this fight, would place the seconds at 4 and onwards. Athos isn’t someone to waste time when they have a ticking time bomb in their chest, so I assumed that he didn’t waste any time and immediately punched the cube from his chest. Since, Athos hadn’t stated a time of how far along his Deadzone was, nor when he punched his chest. Jay simply put that into his favor and did it for him, like so,
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He moved immediately, not waiting for this short term Deadzone to reach its end. His seal had the intended lifespan of 3 seconds at a maximum, and Athos had stopped it at the aforementioned 0.4 marker, with his Deadzone, which, for simplifications sake had the same lifespan of 3 seconds maximum, since he had used the same word of “few”, meaning that the same 0.4 second would be the marker between the completion of his right hand and the end of the Deadzone. With Athos unable to move and unable to access neither his chakra nor Kyuubi’s chakra, now would be the best time to end this.
which was possible with him having his Theta State active at the time which was processing the battle at the microsecond.

And his little slipup about height, didn’t even matter in the slightest because Athos would aim for a pinning state in his previous post, possibly augmented by the Added Weight Rock Technique.
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An application of Added Weight Rock Technique on himself would cause their tumble to come to an abrupt end, Athos pinning Jay to the ground under his now increased weight. One final One Finger Nukite would lash out, this time at Jay's head, aiming to end the fight.
Athos hadn’t emoted standing to his feet from the tumble, nor in the current event of the first Deadzone. So, in actuality Athos would be in that same pinning state, likely still on his knees at that point in time. Now, let’s actually go back to the reason of the season, the state of his arm. With escaping the grasp of the first Deadzone, as Athos stated, then Jay was indeed free to go about his business of regaining his arm for the duration of the first Deadzone. Cased Closed!

Except, this is where things get iffy. Thinking that the body modifications of the Jashinist Cult simply granted you the inability to die, Jay went and assumed that Athos had disabled himself… hence the whole paragraph of incorrect math, due to Jay tunnel visioning on his own current height, which after plugging in the same numbers would put the seal working at 10.72 inches, which is more but pointless.

To make a long story short, Jay had a speed enhancement before he rushed in, since he was indeed outside of the First Deadzone and attempted to stomp Athos’ head in whilst he was immobile. Since this punching event happened immediately, the fact that he would immediately jump on in would mean that he would be without his right hand as he went to stomp Athos’ head in, which he stated in that same post…
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And speaking of fingers, he would look down to his right hand, watching as the last bits of his fingers finished regenerating, feeling a reconnection of his chakra soon after as the Deadzone soon came to an end.
So, the entirety of Jay’s stomp was in the span of those 2-3 seconds of the First Deadzone.

How exactly did Athos handle this? He didn’t, instead of accepting that he was covering the unexplained distance from the Hiraishin Marker to the perceived immobile Athos in the span of the First Deadzone (Losing the buff, but keeping the momentum), he goes ahead and manipulates time to suit his advantage,
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That meant that, after his first Deadzone was released the second one would be cast and Jay, who now jumped towards Athos, would be throwing himself into it.
Which is Godmod and clear grounds for disqualification. (And like he had stated, Athos hadn’t emoted releasing his Restraints in this post, with how Jay was unknowingly attempting to stop him from doing so. He chose to go from ending his first to starting his second, which is weird and claims of Athos having the Restraints Released should be stripped from the record.) Now, since Jay doesn’t want to win by judge decision, he decided to roll with the punches… and went ahead to do a little OOC time manipulation of his own, (ultimately pointless concerning the plot.) Now entering the stage, Rick and Morty.

First off, as stated in my previous post,
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It was as if his victory had been a hallucination, a mind trick by some sort of asshole.
, the event was a hallucination, a mind trick by some sort of asshole, the asshole being Athos for the time warp and character control of his speed, which I stated shortly afterwards in that same post. How Athos see’s these
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the time jumping demons...
is simply confusing in its own right. And its simply disproved by the simple word… hallucination. Matatabi mentions Déjà vu and stating as time resumed to how it had been is simply an example of just how precise the Theta State is processing the fight, and it’s also why
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the deceased body of the old Jay nowhere in sight.
was in fact, nowhere in sight. Again, Theta State worked in microseconds, so of course Jay would see that Athos was still capable of moving. So instead of posting to what Jay believed to be true, he would instead post to what was true, effectively making his post run in real time with Athos’ post.

So instead of rushing in, half cocked and head strung, Jay noticed Athos hadn’t crumbled like a puppet without it’s strings. This, tied into his widely mentioned Theta State, is enough reason for him to wait that moment, character controlling Athos into making that seal he forgot to emote, because he wanted Athos at his best. Obviously, this was more than enough exposition to claim that Jay indeed had both of his hands at that point in time. The end of the First Deadzone would happen after his fingers would finish regenerating… duh. Now, three handseals were needed to activate the stronger Second Deadzone, unlike the First Deadzone which lasted only a moment.
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Perhaps the afterimages but Athos would show the man what the years of his training had turned him into, the redheaded man coming to be a foot or two behind Jay, having preformed three handseals as he moved. - As he got close to Jay, he'd release the jutsu he had cast, another Deadzone...
But, again, he didn’t emote those precious hand signs this time around in the next post, but again again… IMMA LET THAT SLIDE!!!!! Especially since Jay would now be posting his reply to the two fused posts together, Athos doing his thang (Doing the hand signs to release his restraints, rushing forward, calling upon all his “strength” to do so, (Which he fixed in changing it to speed) doing the handseals to activate the Second Deadzone and then ultimately throwing the 85% strength “serious” punch at the Nara, which was capable of causing him to explode in a spray of blood.) Despite the fact, that he’s throwing the same 85% punches/stomp in combo form this time around and Athos claims that they don’t do the same thing as last time. The combo didn’t seem to be exploding his entire body into paste. Instead, they would be focused, which could only mean that Athos had used more than 85% before, possibly around 90-100%, but that’s simply an honest opinion. Granted, Jay goes on ahead and proceeds to rush in, since not doing so would be like Retroposting, and Jay wasn’t set on getting disqualified from the match. Of course, now using the opportunity to unlock his Limiter Seal as he went for the previously intended Curb Stomp.

This is not even mentioning Athos' take on a time/dimensional alter of events, which he perceives as completely real. The appearance of the Flash and Reverse Flash are assumed to actually be around, which is outside help in a one-on-one fight, thus grounds for disqualification, as they’re obviously not summons or hallucinations. Athos clearly points this out.
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while the man would've loved to say that it was just an illusion but there was definitely blood there of the man, left behind
To which he finishes off by saying that Athos would be back in the fight with Athos. This wasn’t like Jay’s own little mistake in the previous post,
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It couldn’t have been a show of strength considering Athos had never once attempted to use his full potential around his sensei.
which was just weird. What was even weirder was that Athos hadn’t attempted to correct that mistake and did the same thing.

Was there anything else he needed to point out? Jay didn’t really believe so, so he was just going to end this little explanation, which was to prove that he had his right hand. It seems excessive, but it was pretty neat to put it all together, using previous posts to cement shit into the story arc. Now, it’s time to cement some more shit into this little playground squabble. So, let’s get back to the fight.

Actually, there’s one more thing I have to cement into the continuity of this little bout. According to this statement,
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Athos would easily use his full powered speed to avoid Jay's seemingly slow motion curb stomp, disappearing as a literal blur before Jay's unenhanced eyes.
Athos has shown his full, 100%, speed, to which Jay managed to evade with,
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a simple side step.
There’s no percentage used and it was far from serious, which goes to show that Jay is still,
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much faster than he’s ever let on
This isn’t even mentioning Jay’s own strength, which he hasn’t showcased the full potential of. He’s already been capable of actually piercing Athos’ Strongest Shield with a swift and ferocious strike, but he hadn’t gone so far as to put a percentage to it, especially when he was only working on 20% of his potential. To which, he wasn’t fully using, as the punctures weren’t intended in the slightest, as stated here.
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The first was that fact that his fingers managed to actually puncture through Athos' Strongest Shield, something that wasn't entirely intended

In any case, lets proceed into the actual response, causing I’ve been typing, on and off, for like… seven hours at this point, to which I blame Horizon Zero Dawn for taking up so much of the time.

Alright, let’s proceed with this nonsense. Alright, back in character, let me see if I can make something happen with this muddled mess.

Okay, let’s dissect Athos’ newest post, from the absolute beginning. Fresh from his recent hallucination trip, Jay seemed to be hallucinating once again. Jay’s claim in removing his Limiter Seal was as simple as blinking, via Pulse Molding or Myaku Seikei, the art of not needing any hand signs. Athos hadn’t emoted his actions, but Jay went along and let it slide, knowing damn well that it wouldn’t mean shit.

Ultimately Athos saw the wrongness of his actions and went along to create a parallel universe. Why, if he won? Because, again, he knew he was in the wrong. Because he could have just used those two paragraphs and attempt to get a judgment. So, he sort of shafted himself into creating this dimension for little to no reason. Now I’m going to skip the whole acid trip Athos puts himself through and head on over to the meat of the post, to the actual present course of events.

Of course, since Athos had claimed that it was so, there was now a copious amount of blood scattered onto the chamber floors, all Athos. It was a shame that he would be unable partake of the feast for the moment, but the devil had bigger fish to fry. The man would watch with an uninterested look in his deep, dark, red hues as Athos would proceed with not skipping a beat. Jay could assume this meant proceeding with the other punches of old, but who knows at this point. Either way, he would dodge them all the same, with that same simple evasive step. He had stated that he had switched off his Theta State, which clearly meant that he was more than capable of predicting the strikes from the elder Raikon.

But, first, Athos needs to quit comparing himself to Saitama. Saitama has claimed to only be using 1% of his power, while Athos is using 85% of his. So obviously, 2% Saitama > 100% Athos. Nothing really comparable between the two of you.

Now back to it. Again, as it has been stated, with Athos allowing the First Deadzone to end, and Jay remaining outside of it the whole time it was active, his entire being would be completely regenerated. Was Athos afraid of his student not having his hands? That would be silly, if he wasn’t going on and on about it. So, now we can get to the brunt of this whole mess of a post.

Athos moved to close the distance between the two of them, moving at 85% of his speed, not using his full strength or speed. This was appalling as Athos was going backwards instead of progressing forward. This would cause the Nara to scoff from it. With his right hand out the way he was, Jay would find himself in a Southpaw stance, which was alright considering his ambidextrous nature when fighting was concerned. This was unimportant in the grand scheme of things, the Nara simply watching as his opponent closed the distance between them. H-.. he'd just been expecting Athos to continue with his full speed, instead of dropping the percentage of his speed.

Because of this, Jay would be fully capable of dodging the first strike, even with its power. He would do this by taking things as seriously as he should be, since Athos had been going for kill shots with each attack. So, he moved, upping his game to 85% for kicks. This was leagues quicker than Athos' Way of the Fist could track and definitely faster than Athos considering he’s managed to dodge an attack from the old man while said old man was moving at his full speed. Changing it up now would be lying through his teeth, and more Godmodding. Either way, the devil would aim to cut Athos’ journey short, like last time. But, instead of last time, he would veer himself to Athos’ right. This action, alone, would serve to do two things. The first would be to get inside of Athos’ guard to dodge the hook to his face meat. Of course, he could say that it was indeed a hook, by the simple fact that he called the second strike a jab, and the third was obviously an uppercut. Or the first strike could be a cross punch, which also came from the side. Either way, his shorter stature would play a key role as he would be ducking underneath the strike, whatever it was, whilst proceeding with his own attack.

His attack would be in the form of a crossline, or Lariat. But instead of going for the head, he was going for the torso, or more specifically, the part that had the giant hole in the front and back. He was also already fortunate enough that Athos was completely missing the parts of his skeletal system in the area, so he didn’t really need to use a lot of his own strength to completely bisect Athos’ head/arms from the rest of his body… but he would use enough strength to shatter of mountain in order to make sure that it would indeed happen. With Athos’ speed whilst en route to Jay’s previous location, and Jay’s speed to cut him off, Athos would be very hard pressed to dodge/counter, without losing a chunk of himself in the process. This would also cause the rest of the intended combo to become obsolete, as he was both behind Athos and outside of the range.

If the Lariat was as successful as he wished, the sudden detachment from his body would ultimately launch Athos’ head/arms into the air (About 15-24 meters, with 24 being the peak), more of Athos’ blood exploding among the white floors of the chamber. Skidding to a stop from meters #3-10 behind the possible connection, Jay would whirl himself around, keeping his left leg just poised enough to make the whirl as seamless as he desired. He would also be keeping a majority of his momentum, as his dark red hues watching the Immortal Raikon. Since Athos had 20 meters to cover in his initial burst of speed, meeting Jay around meter #14-16, Jay would be more than far enough away from the blood the copy of Athos had created. With the possibility of a slip being slim to none, he would be more than poised to launch his next attack. This would also serve as a moment to see whether or not he was successful in bisecting Athos.

This attack would be in the form of a backflip, using that same left leg to make the jump. The actual jump wouldn't be much, but the backflip would be accompanied by a monstrous amount of strength through his right leg, similar in comparison to Athos’ serious punch. Meaning, a powerful force would follow the path of the kick, stretching out a dozen meter to the left and right of it, and it would travel for 70 meters, more than enough to reach Athos’ and cause him to explode in another spray of blood and brain matter. Jay favored precision with his power, instead of casting a wide net in hopes of landing a hit.

Without the brain, that would be the end of Athos, and Jay would be free to eat the remains. Of course, he would have one more action to do, but would it matter if he was victorious and the devouring could count as the last action, possibly feeling his charka returning to him in the midst of his meal. He was still as fully capable as he was previously and the prospect of Jay’s defeat fading from his mind completely. It was true that Athos was strong, still physically stronger than Jay. But, Athos’ strength meant squat if he couldn’t hit his student. Jay was simply the fastest of the two.

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Lariat
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Re: Student Versus Sensei; Round One.
« Reply #22 on: June 06, 2017, 10:28:09 pm »

I'm not even gonna read all that, I give up.
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Re: Student Versus Sensei; Round One.
« Reply #23 on: June 07, 2017, 07:01:02 am »

I'm not even gonna read all that, I give up.

Well, with Athos giving up, I'm officially the winner and new Nine-Tails Jinchuriki of the World.
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