The Escapist Avatar Adventure: An Open RP (Now Re-Opened!)

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David

"Nah...It's cool...Unless that crazy ass tree told you, there was no way for you to have known. Cheers" David said as he happily got to work on tomorrow's hangover.
"Worse thing is?....That ain't the most messed up thing to happen around here..."

Boss chuckled and opened his beer. "I fought Hell once. Or...a kind of hell. I ended up beating the crap out of it and sealing it at the bottom of the ocean." Boss took a swig from his beer. "Can you top that?"

David

"Sure can." David chuckled before another swig.
"Satan's second in command, he was the one causing all the Monster Attacks, me and gang here managed to put him down. Hellva a fight. Messed up as shit." He stated, laughing as if it was a joke but it was clear that it wasn't.

Boss downed his beer. "Can't beat that." Standing up, he said, "So what's the plan? What are we doing next?"

David

"I dunno, Chill, wait for some baddie to try something stupid and then stop him-slash-her-slash-it?" David answered, after all that time in another realm, he just wanted some peace and quiet before the world most likely went to hell again.

Notice: I'm now offline.

Devon, Melethia, David

She shook her head. "Look, we're gonna hafta work somethin' out, because that bracer's not gonna hold a lot of rounds, and the kickback from a long range thing could break your arm... The bracer could be interchangeable packs, but there's also gonna be some weight training to get ya used to that kinda motion."

She was only partly listening to the conversation with Boss due to the tunnel vision, so she didn't respond to his talk.

Devon thought about it and put his words in as the imps popped back up with some pizza that he shared with them. "Well, we'll trip over something, I think. After all, who else will do something when it's all going to hell?"

Freefall

As Matt fell he thought he would do a frontflip for style. When the altimeter on his HUd said that he was 250 feet, he grabbed the ripcords of the parachutes tied to his ATV. They soon deployed and he was gliding to the ground. When he landed he cut the parachutes loose, revved the engine, and began to have fun.

Devon, Melethia, David, Boss

David nodded in response to Melethia's suggestions.
"Alright, guess I could do some weights. Just keep in that that this is a add-on to my equipment, not a replacement for my M500. Just...Well, just in the case, you know?" He said as he enjoyed his beer.
"Say Boss, You any good with this sort of thing? Making lethal gadgets?" He asked, wanting to get a wide scope of opinions.

Jenny

Jenny let out a massive sigh of relief as Matt managed to land safely, though she had to question why in the name of god he decided to drive out of a airship several hundred feet off the ground on a ATV.
Lord, some of the people on this ship... she thought as she watched him drive off.

Avatar Adventure
Location: Medical Bay | Rising Dawn | Origin Plain
Time: Afternoon

Lucieon | Slindis

Luke was taken by surprise that there would be a Dark Elf in the airship. From his world, they were seen as an omen of chaos and misfortune. A lie propagated by the monarchy of Candor. Luke slipped backwards when Slindis addressed him and his his face in the shadow of his hood. Her soul was white, inhuman, indigestible by his Dark Hand.

"... Dark Elf," the merchant began, wary of the Paladin's aura, "I am Lucieon of Candor. I was just checking the airship for lacking inventory." Luke eyed the wolf suspiciously, since he had had bad experiences with direwolves in the forests outside of Cataclama.

"Is there anything that you need? I am already placing orders for new ship parts and "drop ships," "drop pods," and such things I have not seen before."

Devon, Melethia, David

Melethia heard David's request and nodded. "Sounds good. I think I can find something with that in mind, but what would you say to a focused everbright blast on it as well? it'll be a good light, and it could also be a good way to stun someone before you give them a few new vent holes."

Avatar Adventure
Location: Medical Bay | Rising Dawn | Origin Plain
Time: Noon

Lucieon, Slindis

Due to the discomfort that the man was Clearly showing, Slindis decided to Detect Evil as she continued to talk with him. "The name's Slindis, Lucieon, so I think we should stick with that. Although Lupito here may be intimidating, he won't attack on a whim. He's far smarter than that." It took her a few moments to finish writing down the inventory in a crisp style, and she handed it to the merchant.

"That should be the list of what we have and what we should have. I know those blood amounts sound abnormally high, but the ship needs that much on standby. In case I'm not here, Cleric Gravel is the other main person for here, and she can receive the supplies when they're delivered." For a so-called omen of Chaos and Misfortune back in Lucieon's Candor, Slindis was surprisingly calm.

Avatar Adventure
Location: Medical Bay | Rising Dawn | Origin Plain
Time: Noon

Slindis | Lucieon

Being in his dark, undead body, Slindis' detect evil came back very positive. "Thank you. I will see that these are sent to the hold as soon as possible." Lucieon shifted backwards again after taking the piece of paper, still eyeing the wolf and Dark Elf suspiciously.

As soon as he swept out of the room, he broke into a silent run, determined to finish his inventory as soon as possible.

Devon, Melethia, David, Boss

David shook his head at the idea.
"Nah, just put in a Laser Sight, wouldn't want to give away my position too much. That's what Night Vision Scopes are for." He said as he enjoyed his beer, somewhat glad to have someone so experienced with weapon's production talking to him.
Heh, maybe that's why Rugal is so into her! He joked in his mind with a cheeky smile.

Rugal

After some walking and talking with a man that most likely wanted him dead (Although he reckoned slightly less than he should do), Rugal remembered this part of the ship: The medbay.
"Mmm...I guess we'll finish this later then. And....errr...Congratulations...with the...Twins." He awkwardly said to Dillon before the pair of them parted ways, him going towards medical, though nothing was stopping Dillon from following.
On the way in, he walked past Lucieon making a somewhat hasty exit.
Being blind though ensured that Lucieon's condition wasn't revealed. Yet.

The door opened as Lupito watched him come in walk towards the drow as she ticked off a list of medical supplies.
She then found a pair of arms wrapped around her from behind and a pair of lips on the side of her neck.
"Home Sweet Home, am I right, my love?..." He whispered in her ear.
Oh Rugal, ever the charmer when he isn't A: Killing people or B: Trying to Kill People.

Devon, Melethia, David

Melethia nodded. "Okay, I'll add that onto it! It won't be too bad, so just come back with me here when you're ready, mmkay?" She began walking to a relatively safe area so she could make the first prototypes of the sidearm. SHe already knew a big challenge was having the recoil not cause his aim to veer off to the sides.

It took a bit of time, but she eventually made the first prototype and started testing it on a makeshift target course.n She could handle it, but th massive kick threw off her aim a lot. It would be a wash as to what she could get from this first test other than showing the concept could work.

Avatar Adventure
Location: Medical Bay | Rising Dawn | Origin Plain
Time: Noon

Slindis, Rugal

She jumped a lot on Riugal's surprise, and for a moment, she almost went in for a fierce elbow to the gut. However, Rugal's voice stopped the counterattack, and she composed herself before responding. "Rugal, please don't surprise me like that again... I nearly took out your intestines!"

It took a bit longer before she was fully calm, but she stood up and Looked Rugal in the eye, somewhat focused on something elsewhere. "Rugal, do you think that training simulation can imitate an enviroment from memory? There's something I'd like to go back on, look at it with new eyes."

Slindis, Rugal

"Is that right? I figured you'd go more for Judo throw onto that trolley in front of you, strike to the skull, one new patient in intensive care." Rugal teased, grateful she didn't attack.
"Besides, You always seem so..."Tense" all the time. I figured I could "Help" with that..." He said, wanting some alone time before the next asinine adventure started.
"....See, that's what I mean. Even now, you are so...distant...Tell me, what is on your mind?"
"Rugal, do you think that training simulation can imitate an environment from memory? There's something I'd like to go back on, look at it with new eyes."
He thought about this for a moment, recalling all the pain her past had caused her.
"...Well...It'd take someone more talented with computers then I, but I'm certain the AI's could set up something....Why do you ask?..."

Slindis, Rugal

She got up and started walking with Rugal to the Training room. "I know it sounds off, but it's about something far back... Back when I was far greener. Perhaps if I give it a sample of my blood and let it pull the memories from there, we could check that way..." It was odd that even Rugal, the person she's opened up to so much, knew so much and yet so little about her at the same time. Although this was a long shot, perhaps he could find out a bit more about her. After all, it wasn't like she'd open up to him all too easily.

A pinprick pf blood was processed into the computer, and it took a few minutes to fully process the data that SLindis typed into the computer, and the doors opened up into a black space. "So, would you like to help me with this? I know the concept sounds insane, but if I can find some way to enlighten me on this, it would help a lot..."

Rugal could catch the whiff of a very rich, earthy smell from the training room. Slindis had mentioned much of jungles in Eberron, and the smell was a bit too wild for the Everfree Forest... Unless she'd been somewhere in between, it was likely from her home.

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

"Seeing the level of Technology and Magic get run into our daily lives, I'd almost be surprised if there isn't..." Rugal stated as the pair of them made their way over.
Once they arrived over near the Training Room, he said "Dimitri, Can you bring up a list of Simulation Programs? namely something for recreating the past based of DNA?"

Despite the unusual request, they managed to find just the program: Abstergo Entertainment Animus Version 3.0
Slindis selected it, gave her blood sample and they were underway.
"So, would you like to help me with this? I know the concept sounds insane, but if I can find some way to enlighten me on this, it would help a lot..."
"Compared to what we've seen already, "Insane" seems rather tame. Just promise me this: These memories of yours? I have a feeling that they will be unpleasant. If that is the case, when this is over..."
He wrapped an arm around his partner and said "You and I. Are going to make some good ones. And I'm not taking no for an answer! Dimitri, load up the Simulation when you are ready. Oh and tell Teri and Melethia that we are in the Training Room if they are looking for us."

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

"Dimitri, load up the Simulation when you are ready. Oh and tell Teri and Melethia that we are in the Training Room if they are looking for us."

It only took a moment before the duo heard the familiar AI speak up cheerfully (as he had recently been allowed to run amock in the Dawn again, and as a result, spend time with Vermilion)

"Ah, but of course, User: Mr. Bernstein. As for Her Ladyship and Melethia, the message will be sent accordingly. Furthermore, Her Ladyship has been inquiring about pursuing further training with either of you. However, she does understand that you two are very busy people, and should not feel pressured to see to her right this moment... At least, if I am to correctly understand the logs...

Regardless, the simulation will run shortly in 3...2...1..."

And thus, the scene began to melt away as the world of the training room began to reflect Slindis' memories...

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

As the scene shifted, Rugal noted that for such an earthy place, the only real life around was the two of them. Of course, there were the extremely faint energy fields from the trees to help maneuver around, but the fact that the Jungle was so quiet was a bit disturbing in itself. "Rugal, I'll work to make better memories... But no matter how long it's been, there's always been something about here that's disturbed me... How could a simple clean-up mission go so wrong? It's probably nothing, but It's always nagged at me." The way the soil almost seemed to bounce beneath their feet made it clear that nothing living had been in this area of the jungle for years.

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

Rugal leaned down and laid his hand down on the ground, his eyes widening at how realistic it felt and the fact it could be felt at all.
"Mmm...This certainly is a extremely advanced program. Dimitri, keep the safeties on. I have a feeling this "Animus" Program involves input for pain reception if they have this much detail..." He said as he and Drow marched on.
"Tell me, What is this "Clean up Mission" you speak of?" He asked, stopping to use his sense every once in a while.

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

Rugal could hardly sense anything in the damp temple walls, even with the multiple hallways. The most he could sense was some faint bouts of Positive Energy being opposed by the same energy that he could also feel off of Melethia, but it was so faint that it had to have been from years ago. Still, outside of the twoof them, there was absolutely nothing living in these halls.

"Back when I was just coming out of my training, the temple priest sent me off with the rest of the adopted brothers and sisters to investigate a temple that had supposedly been attacked by minotaurs. He'd said something about some light-skinned elves giving the request, but we didn't care much of that. We were just eager to prove ourselves, and I was a bit more impulsive then. Still, I'd been made the leader, and I wanted to ensure that I completed the task assigned to us."

Slindis sidestepped a few broken vases as she continued, searching the area for anything that she'd missed before. She'd have to move somewhat fast, since there would be something happening later if she had the incident right

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

Rugal nodded in acknowledgment as he followed Slindis, being careful to watch his step in case for traps.
"I see, So what is so important about this memory?" He asked as he stayed right behind her, It was only a simulation, but it certainly felt real.
"Also, how many years ago was this? If you don't mind me asking?"

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

As they proceeded on, Slindis responded while Rugal could sense five or six Fields entering the ruined temple from a different direction. Even with their numbers, the power level would prove to be no threat to either of them, and the Distance was too far to gain much more other than the simple facts. With the spacing, they would have to be a scouting group of some kind.

"Well, there's a great deal here that I still don't know about, and the events that happened here changed a great deal. Still, the oddest thing was that for a temple that had supposedly been attacked, there was hardly any life. Now, we knew the area well due to living and thriving in it, so that in itself was the first warning sign there was more than Minotaurs."

---

Meanwhile, Dimitri noticed a small alert on the possible merger of two memories. Even though this had been rarely used, there should be no reason for anything like this to happen... It could be because of the shared location, but then the fact that two massive events happening in the same location wasn't just coincidence. It wasn't logical, after all!

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

Rugal raised his hand to motion for her to stop.
"Hold on...6. Entering from the South Entrance..." He said as he seemed to be blankly staring at a wall, in reality, he was watching these fields enter the temple.
"...Safety's are engaged. What am I worrying about?" He then said to himself as he gently facepalmed to himself.
"Well...Seem like an advance group. All I can tell from here."

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

Upon hearing Rugal's call for safeties in the systems, he answered, "But of course, sir. I wouldn't want anything to happen to two. It'd greatly upset Her Ladyship."

After that, Dimitri's attentions turned to the merger capabilities, and frowned. He'd need to investigate the cause of this. Unzipping his copy of CERBERUS.EXE, and THE_NINE_IRON, Dimitri commanded CERBERUS to guard that spot while he investigated the enviorns of the programming, and possibly find the reason behind the kinks in the system. Thus, the AI wandered in...

---

Teri wandered into the Med Bay, coming in to hold down the fort while Slindis was away. With no one around, she took a quick looksie at Inventory, which Slindis had already fulfilled, and settled into a chair, awaiting whatever would come her way. Garm, on the other hand, made it his personal business to slump against the Med Bay's entrance, and guard the place from any possible intruders.

---

Canteen

Caim, Angelus, Ton Ton and Cadolbolg wandered into the Canteen without ceremony, the Cuties detaching themselves from Caim's shoulders to go wander to Devon's table. Cadolbolg landed happily on Devon's head while Ton Ton leaped up to the table, catching himself on the lip before pulling his small body onto the surface.

After the two gave their greetings to the bard, Cadolbolg looked up at The Boss, the dragon-turtle-child waving a friendly claw, "A friend of Friend Devon's? Hello!"

Ton Ton on the other hand, continued on his 'mission', his objective still in mind when he called Devon's attention, "Hello Mr. Devon! Since we're not doing much, and Mr. Caim and Miss Angelus are occupied elsewhere, we figured you could train up some more, provided you're not already busy. In fact,"

he looked to the figures gathered near Devon, The Boss and David West, "You two could help out if you'd like! You fight in different ways, yes? It could help to prepare oneself against various combat types; Mister West and Mister... Er... What's your name, sir? I don't believe we've met...."

As for Caim and Angelus, the duo made their way towards Jenny, each with differing objectives. Jenny needn't ask when she saw the warrior's face, eyebrow creased faintly with worry. Even when he began to 'speak' she already knew what he had wanted. He was concerned about his sister's current state of being.

"Hello Jenny. I'm just going to get straight to the point, and ssy that while I understand that the Striders are fairly secretive, I would still like to know if there's a way I can contact Furiae on a mostly consistent basis. Or, at the very least, is there a way I could speak with her now?"

Angelus merely shook her head, "Not even giving her a greeting... How are you doing, Jenny? We haven't seen much of you since you've gotten back from that venture in the mines. Everything alright for you?"

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

Slindis was clearly confused. After all, that had been the entrance... "Rugal, we need to ghost that group. Be ready for some others appearing in here, because I'm certain that they'll be there. Worst comes to worst, we'll be coming into a dangerous combat." Her tone, although it would sound just like a leader trying to adapt to the situation to others, was seen through by Rugal. From the slight wavering and the way her breathing subtly shifted, he knew that this was not what she'd intended to see again.

Meanwhile, the 6 energy signals fanned out slightly to cover the area around them, and they were clearly searching for something. It was an okay search, but amateurish compared to some of the operations he'd slipped through in some of Rugal's days on the streets before he rose to infamy.

---

As Dimitri wandered about, he found multiple warriors clad in ornate Emerald armor arriving on the outskirts of the controls of the Animus in the Dataspace. It was more than a bit rude to do so, but considering that they seemed incredibly hostile, he pulled up some basic information on them from Slindis' mind.

Emerald Claw - Troublesome, cutthroat, other Flame members want them gone so they can't be ignored unless I want them going on a crusade. Clearly connected to something else, but highly skilled in their own right. As dangerous, if not more so, than the Serpentine Table.

Judging from the various bolts and acidic arrows, they wanted him gone.

---

Canteen

Devon finally finished up his food and offered Ton-Ton some of the coffee as he thought about it. "Well, that does sound like a good idea, and Ella did say she wanted some alone time... Sure, I don't see the harm in it. It'll also help me with some of the movements I've been working on. You know the ones. I think I've been making some real headway! Now if one of you two would like to help, it would be much appreciated."

If Ton-Ton went to get a drink of the coffee, he would see that Devon had his coffee with nothing else in it, providing for a slightly bitter experience.

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

Rugal nodded as he went to hide, hoping to get the jump on the enemy.
Settling on a blind corner, he watched as the field got closer and closer to the end of the corner.
Once it was there, he pounced, grabbing the goon from behind and slitting his throat with his Slashing Aura before going to repeat the process with another goon.

Canteen

David looked a bit dismissively at the small lizard when he offered to train with him.
"....Er....Okay....Don't know what you hope to gain from watching me though, I just shoot at people with really big guns!" He stated, wondering how the hell Ton Ton would use a Sniper Rifle with his little arms and legs.

Jenny meanwhile nodded as Caim asked for a link with his sister.
"Yeah, I bet if you just let me set it up on your PDA, it won't be an issue." She said as he took the mute's PDA and began to fiddle around with the non-existent Contacts list.
"To answer your question, Just...Devon showed me this..."Move"...and I only managed to use it once or twice, I'm still getting the hang of it. From what it did to that mining boss though, I'd say it's rather powerful..." She then answered, somewhat frightened by her new "Power".

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

It wasn't until after he killed one of them that Rugal noticed that the person he killed had an aura similar to Slindis' and the light metal plating on the man had the engraving of a scorpion. There was also that same kind of faint sheen that was on Slindis' aura, so there had to be some kind of connection.

When Slidis caught up to Rugal as he was in the process of attacking the next one, she stopped him. "Rugal, there's something off about this memory! It's not accessing the right one here, and that scouting mission was only supposed to have four!" The one Drow that had been captured sneered and hissed to the two in a language Rugal couldn't understand. However, no matter who you are, insults travel very well across the language barrier.

Canteen

Devon nodded and walked over to David. "Well, I think he meant me, but maybe you could help me as well here. After all, Caim did suggest having new people help out in that training, and maybe Melethia's ready to show you that thing she was working on. I understand if you would rather not want to help me with that, but it's certainly an idea..."

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

Rugal seemed confused by this so he just punched the Drow's lights out before saying "Mmmm...Alright, Just keep in mind this is just a simulation. Nothing here can hurt you."
He then began to pat down the Drow he had knocked out, hoping to find something of value that might be able to help them.
"So you recognize these people?"

Canteen

David looked at Devon and said "Hold up...She's done already?....That fast?...", clearly underestimating the elf's skills when he first made that commission.
"...Eh, So what would you be after? Learning how to shoot straight or killing people from a mile away?"

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

Slindis shook her head on that mention, and all Rugal could find was some armor and weapons with especially cruel jagged edges. "I knew every other person at that temple, however small it was. This isn't one of them at all. There's not much here besides their equipment, but it's nothing we used there... Our shortswords were supposed to have clean edges like the sting of a scorpion..."

As they went further in, Rugal could faintly faintly detect a few auras, although they were closer to the feeling of a graveyard than anything else. They could tail the rest of the group which Slindis pointed out to be her tem or they could try to intercept those auras before the scouting team approached them.

Canteen

Devon nodded. "She's pretty good, I'd say. But why have me go on about it when you can see her work yourself? When it came to that training, it might be a lot more helpful if I knew how to fight against someone using your style if they were in close to mid range. All we'd need to do is switch to rubber bullets, and I'd still learn the lesson without running the chance of a bullet in between the eyes or becoming sterile." It was around that time that Melethia called David to let him know that the weapon was ready to be tried out.

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

"So there is a different group here, then?..." Rugal said, starting to realise the sort of trouble he might be in because of his hasty killing.
"Okay...Might as well go and introduce ourselves..." He said before stashing the body in a hidden nook.
He then proceeded to intercept those auras, certain that no matter what happened, the safeties would ensure his...safety.

Canteen: Devon, Melethia, David, Boss

After Devon finished his piece, David nodded in agreement.
"Alright, guess it can't hurt...Well...At least hurt me..." He said with a cheeky laugh.
"Come on, "Boss", might learn a thing or 2..." He said to Boss as he dragged him off to this "Training" as well.

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

Dimitri frowned and unzipped his usual power trio against threats such as this: PRINCIPALITY, YAMATA_NO_OROCHI, and, SEIRYU; and readied THE_NINE_IRON as the group began to charge the attackers.

"And here I thought Viscus did a thorough job! I see I am clearly mistaken!"

Canteen: Devon, Melethia, David, Boss, Ton Ton, Cadolbolg

When the group arrived in a training room, and the appropriate precautions were taken, Ton Ton walked up and down the small line of people and spoke in the best 'battlemaster' voice he could manage (which still sounded a bit odd, considering the child-like voice he possesed),

"Okay, ladies and gentlemen, we're practicing dodging today. Particularly, the art of dodging multiple attacks at once. What our procedure will include is the lot of us ganging up on one another; and taking turns being the dodgee. Now, since Mr. West seemed to be so confident a few moments ago; we'll start with him, as well as Mr. Devon.

If you have any questions, now, speak now or forever hold your peace!"

At that, the Tonberry lunged at the Irish sharpshooter, knife ready and extended; and Cadolbolg took to the air after Devon, the bladed tail ready to land upon him.

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

As they split off, they encountered some Zombies - weak in their own right, but Rugal hadn't felt this at the start. Maybe something had warped them in? Still, as Slindis took down the first ones, Rugal noted more of those same presences heading into the Temple. If Rugal couldn't see the auras himself, he wouldn't know about it due to the absolute silence of said warps.

There was a lot more to that supposedly simple mission, and Rugal recognized it the kind of ambush he'd set up for some poor schmucks back in his heyday. Someone had clearly wanted the group to get in, but who? Slindis noted the odd silence by being more on guard, but Rugal could notice that she only thought of th Zombies as nothing to really worry about.

---

Some of the warriors went for the rather large Dragon, their acidic weaponry biting into the Program as the Mages started launching necrotic blasts at Orochi. They were clearly very well organized, although a bit of chaos could be spread in their ranks...

Canteen: Devon, Melethia, David, Boss, Ton Ton, Cadolbolg

Devon rolled to the side of the low-sweeping attack out of instinct before trying to swing at Cadolbolg with the blunted training blade, It wouldn't be easy by any means, but he wanted to learn all he could while he was here. Caim had mentioned close range was one area the bard had to focus on, after all...

okay, this won't be too bad. Just focus on your movements and try to get that pattern down so you can pull that off. He glanced over at David to see how he was doing before he was deterred by a blast of flame from Caddolbolg's mouth.

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

Zombies?...Here?... Rugal thought as he casually dispatched all undead attempting to eat him with some quick Slashing Aura strikes to the skull
It was around this time he sensed the other auras entering.
"More people coming in. Are you sure this is how you remembered this mission of yours?..." He asked, starting to get confused by the current situation.

Training Room: Devon, Melethia, David, Boss, Ton Ton, Cadolbolg

After getting his Wrist Gun from Melethia, David was keen to try it out as he popped from rubber bullets into it and readied for some target practice.
Then Ton Ton said he'd be the one dodging.
"Wait, What-" he managed to get out before the Tonberry attacked, attempting to slash him.
While David wasn't as fast as the rest of the crew, he was able to avoid most of the attacks via ducking and diving.
"WHOA WHOA WHOA! WHAT THE HELL!? I THOUGHT I WAS SHOOTING!" He protested as he tried to stay alive.

Training Room Simulation: Slindis, Rugal, Dimitri

Dimitri saw the enemy forces banding together as such, and directed PRINCIPALITY to do what it did best,

"Convert them, quickly! Get some of them to do repair work if you can!"

The faux-Angel gave a nod, and pointed it's staff at one enemy, beginning the conversion process of the files while YAMATA_NO_OROCHI and SEIRYU did their best to quell the forces attacking them; SEIRYU's cloying effect beginning to seep into some of the units attacking OROCHI...

Training Room: Devon, Melethia, David, Boss, Ton Ton, Cadolbolg

"WHOA WHOA WHOA! WHAT THE HELL!? I THOUGHT I WAS SHOOTING!" David protested as he tried to stay alive.

There was a small glint in the Tonberry's eye as he attacked at David, and a somewhat sarcastic tone exited the Tonberry's mouth(?), "Then shoot at me! Were you not trained to do so under pressure? What kind of fighter are you if you cannot defend yourself when your opponent gets too close?!"

Clearly, the little guy had spent too much time around Caim. At least, this much could be David's opinion. Ton Ton was just trying to rile the Irishman up, as he had seen his martial superiors do.

Cadolbolg nodded with approval when Devon clanged off his tail with the training blade, but decided to follow up the fire with lightning, curious to see how the bard would react to the changeup.

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