"Stop it." Hana's voice esounded in the air as her fist rammed agaisnt the back of Shin.
Unable to focus on the road ahead of him now, Shin staggered down, letting go of Hana. He rolled forward, eventaully bringing his hands to the sides of him to latch out to the stone oaved street that they were on.
Hana on her path had to let go of the sword immediately. ASs soon as she was set free from the hold of Shin, she tilted her body into a somersault, using that to leverage for her balance as she landed with the two legs bent sluightly forward.
She shook her head, her face filled with rage and disgust at the person before her. Shin rose to his feet now, dusting himself and then pulling down his hood to cover the most of his face.
Hana scowled at this, hatred surging in her heart for the Hadjan before her. How dare him? How dare hm pull that stunt he had pulled on her back then?
She hated it when epople felt they had t
"What do you mean that she can't be here?'Tangera growled, eyes bulging at the guard at the foot of the Bisellium.They had raced down to the stadium on the hearing of the supposed match between betwee the Wof which was Bayo and the Turtle Backed Sonic Bettle in the Amphitheatre.As Tangera had said, the Turtle Backed Sonic beetle which was going to be the opponent of Bayo was not exactly a registered beast but only soemthing that ahd been brought in because of the way the Lord of Laprisha had wanted to deal a decisive blow to the Familiar lady and her guards.Initally, there had been different measures put in but to the shame of the plans that were made, the Wolf had somehow survived all of them. The first one, placed against the Mountainox and as if that hulking form of a creature was not enough, the stage had to be set up to difficulty level, all in a bid to kill the beast.Unfortunately, the whole plan had backfired in the faces of t
The things that had once terrified him about this place was now beginning to feel like it was but the norms. Initially, the fright that usually occupied his mind whenever he was being led to the stage was absent. Although, this could be debatable. He was not subjected to that. A resulting effect of the stubbornness of the Trainer Tangera in the exchange with the takers.St
For a long time, the state of affairs in the town of Laprisha had been under the lock and key of the ruling Lord, Lord Aiko, for a considerable amount of time.Laprisha was created with the intent of being a retirement settlement for the veterans who had always had to face the battalions of the Irunmole Society in the long, overdrawn extinction quest. The almost eternal battle between both sides had been of great impact, mostly negatively with just a few positive im
Both of them heaved as they came into the borders of the walls of the Amphitheatre. Quickly, they closed up the distance it took to get to the gates where they joined up with the crowd.It was the same place that they ahd used back then, during the time when Hana had claimed she had seen the Commander Eno.Now as they hurried past the line of shops, Hana spread a glance towards the direction. Shin noticed this but he did not try to counter her. Instead, he kept on walking forward only to stop when she had not yet joined up with him.“We will find her, Hana. We will but for now, we have to…” Shin said, beckoning to her from the front.“I know.” Hana mouthed and then hurried up again to join him.Since the time when they had had to come in contact with the Light Sworn Fox, Shin had forced them onto a path of retreat. His body did not glow with the red coating of energy, like it did but that
Soon they got to a flight of steps and then took the steps almost immediately, brushing past the few humanoids they saw on the stair, their sides bordered by concrete walls of grey on both sides.And as they did that hastily, the cheering and the chattering of the crowd began to rise up in volumes informing them that they were fast reaching the Pavilion from which they would be able to search for Ronke.In short time, they raced up the stairs and then burst out into the open eternal night airs of Laprisha, their eardrums drummed in loudly by the noises and chattering on both sidesThey were right in the center of the pavilion that backed the Bisellium, directly before it with the enormous space between. The two walls that had been the borders of the stairs that they climbed on were on both sides of them,
She gasped, her eyes widening at her fingers. She had missed.It sounded so strange to her because she was sure she had timed down everything. As an ir Familiar, she could detect fluctuations in the air molecules about. It was what she had used to detect where Lord Aiko was at.The process worked by finding out what exactly was disturbing the molecular state of the air and then tracking it. It was just as if one would follow a trail of water waves just to find out the direction a boat had travelled through recently.It was that simple but even when she had known that and acted on it, she had missed, still. It was unbelievable to conceive that she had missed but then it was true.It was either her timing was wrong, which meant the person or thing w
Hana and Shin ran again into each other, both of them standing on the last step of the pavilion that had been massively avoided by the crowd. They exhaled shaking their heads at each other now, an obvious indication that their search had all been fruitless.“Nothing…” Shin exhaled, his hands sticking into the pocket of his white hoodie.“Me too.” Hana replied. “I went to the other side of the Pavilions. There.” She pointed to the side to the left where people also sat to watch the match. “Still nothing!”“Are we sure that she is here? I mean, she could have run into something along the way that may have stopped her from getting here on time.” Shin shrugged.“So, you are saying that we be
Meanwhile, down below, Bayo had finished his assessment of the Turtle Backed Sonic Beetle and now was the time to engage it, finally.He crept up some few inches, the movement rather negligible to anyone but if a person was to be watching him carefully, then the person would have picked up those minute movements. He dug his claws into the ground, holding himself tense as he stared at the face of the Beetle.However as he stared at it, he did not seem to find the head of it. The eyes of the Beetle were somewhat turned down to the grun, lodged at the small side of what he had ignored as the head.It was deceptive. Just after the big mass of the abdomen, what was next was the shiny mass of black that he mistook as the start of its head when he wrongly called it whereas, it was but the Pronotum.<