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#1 Posted by VictorGrey (13395 posts) - - Show Bio

@dwronin: Great fight, probably for the best, you'll be able to keep up with the time/post limitations better than I can ;)

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#4 Posted by VictorGrey (13395 posts) - - Show Bio

@peak said:

@legacy_: You play Assassin's Creed? O_o

You should make an Assassin and use the Unity look :P

O_O

#5 Posted by VictorGrey (13395 posts) - - Show Bio

@zain_: Makes it easier for the judges I guess.

#6 Posted by VictorGrey (13395 posts) - - Show Bio
@dwronin said:

@victorgrey

Hey I posted my final post! I just wanted to say that was a lot of fun and you're a great writer, whatever happens I'll be happy with the outcome :D

Likewise

@victorgrey said:

@dwronin: You've got one more post I believe, because the initial post doesn't count :)

Yes it does

Alright.

#7 Posted by VictorGrey (13395 posts) - - Show Bio

@dwronin: You've got one more post I believe, because the initial post doesn't count :)

#8 Posted by VictorGrey (13395 posts) - - Show Bio

@dwronin:

The two well trained fighters sparred with each other, none yet dealing a decisive blow which would win them the battle. The ninja had craftily used his bow to weaken Kiros' incoming attack, now shooting a grappling hook at the good. The God of the Elements flexed his legs, so that the ice locking his knees broke, allowing him mobility once more, but not in time to dodge the grappling hook which now latched onto his left shoulder. Next came the ninjas' punch, coming at him with admirable courage, not backing down in the face of overwhelming odds. The punch had ruined Kiros' balance, as he landed on the ground below, its material tearing around him. It's time to end this, access the Odinforce. Kiros summoned the mighty power, stressing his own will and concentration to harness it. He fired an almighty energy blast, aimed right at the roof of the abiotic environment, to expose them to the harsh world above.

The roof began to come apart, falling down in large pieces towards the two combatants, his opponent was human, and he was a god, he would survive. Kiros leaped up towards the world above, a world now uninhabitable due to the fallout of nuclear war, a world in which his opponent could not survive. Radiation from this desolate environment was already poring in to the colony below, which would become a serious issue for his opponent, if he wasn't already buried under the ceiling. The god known on Midgard as Victor Grey now looked down upon the destruction he'd caused, wondering what happened to his enemy below.

#9 Posted by VictorGrey (13395 posts) - - Show Bio