It had finally been able to sink in why she felt so driven to go on. In the fight with Assault she had come close to death, in truth it was only the elemental giant the man made that led her to survive. Encouraged to up her game led to a response that allowed her to leave alive. If Assault had done anything less Syapt likely would have fallen. Then came the battle with Deamon her survival was only by him instilling a feeling all the metal available could be used by her. This provided the cover in the final attack, if the insectoid monster had been able to find her and made an attack surely the teen would have perished. In fact reflecting on that fight she could think of how Deamon could have found her. Twice she nearly died, she had lost the most valuable memento in the last fight. All this game appeared to be was a cycle of suffering and yet now more then ever the metallic messiah felt eager to go on. This was for one single fact, an undeniable truth she had learned while recovering for round three.
She didn’t know who she was, but this tournament showed her who she would be….
Approaching a landing zone in a small Symaarian air-craft the teenaged elemental could sense the metal as it grew closer. The meteor was no bigger then Pluto at best but holographic schematics showed it not only had gravity but air as well. What caught the jade haired heroes attention however was that there was flickering signs of life. They appeared to be in and out, the pilot said it was just a glitch in the system. Something told her though it wasn’t a glitch, to frequent. She had already fought a demon though so how bad could it be right?....Right?
There was enough metal she could use magnetics to keep herself from floating off in space. After all that would totally suck going out like that. Hardly the eventful match up a round three demanded. For the item instead Sarina went for the Gravitational reversal device. She had watched her understanding of her abilities grow as the tournament left on. And a new concept for battle tactics had come to her mind, which she thought was pretty damn clever. As for attire Sarina really wanted to have some fun with this match up and gave herself a very high tech design. Her outfit looked like a fusion of various science fiction games and movies. This match was in space after all why not look the part? Soon enough Syapt was on the giant asteroid and immediately welcomed by horrific designs.
The rocks didn’t look like rocks up close, but rather like the fossilized bodies of ancient things. It didn’t look like humans hell she didn’t know if it was even alien. Somewhere buried in the confines of these granite walls and environmental structures also seemed to be chitering and other earie sounds. A daunting ambiance to the suroundings that made the teens skin crawl. The longer she gazed into a fixture the weirder it became. Sarina could of even swore she saw a skeletal figure blink. “Keep a level head kid its all in your head. Focus on the game. Finally in a girl fight that should be a crowd pleaser. Yeah focus on the audience wants, not that creepy ass moth ant raptor thing that feels like it’s staring you down. It’s just a rock.” Metal was what she had been made of she had to be tough like it. Finally she saw another figure and smiled with glee, something to look at and focus on besides this stupid asteroid and its devil metal.
“Syapt here congrats on making it here lady! Please don’t take any of this personal. You seem cool and sht and not a demonic jerk like my last opponent. I did come to win though.”
The metallic matriarch gave the alluring opponent a few seconds to respond before Sarina attacked. Syapt was not a human at all but a hollow figure composed of a rare metal rivaling things like vibranium and adamantium. It was less rounded and balanced as the other two, but one thing she did know was it was just as sharp. The forearm of Sarina became a blade in an instant as a magnetic pull was established with a rock behind Risky. The objective being to be rapidly be pulled to the rock between Risky and herself. Likely resulting in severing a body in two if successful.