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Jova

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Yuurei needed a way to get stronger, and better than he was. He needed a way to be there for the people he met, and grown close to. He was thinking about the future, and needed to do this, so that way he would prepare himself for anything. He had rented a better bow than the one he had right now. He needed to train with this, and see how well he could use it. He knew it wouldn’t be easy, and he had almost a whole day to do this. He had moved towards the forest where he decided he was going to train at. He didn’t leave this place because he had a lot to learn from here before anything.

The man could feel that the bow was heavier than his other one, and knew that it would take some time to adjust. Yuurei had walked through the tropical forest now as he had finally made it. He was going to his usual location in this forest, and he was looking around to see if there was anybody here. [i]”Well time to start the training,”[/b] he thought to himself as he moved the bow higher, and took one of his arrows. He was quick to look around, and he tried to pull the string, but noticed that it was harder to pull. It was a complete fail as the arrow flew, but didn’t go that far. He was surprised on that as he didn’t think something like that would happen to him on his first try.

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Yuurei had moved over to the arrow he had dropped, and looked at it. He couldn’t believe what had happen, but he didn’t complain about it either. He picked up the arrow, and knew that he was going to try this again. He looked at the bow this time, and wondered how much power he was going to need to put into this weapon to get the hang of it. He grabbed the arrow again, placing it on the bow, and started to pull the string back. It was really hard to pull this thing back, but he couldn’t complain about it. He was struggling as he couldn’t help but make the bow shake a bit. He sighed as this was hard indeed, and he shot the arrow away from the bow. It went far, but there was no accuracy to it whatsoever.

It had made the tree completely, and he shook his head as that didn’t go well. ”Well that isn’t a good sign,” he said out loud hoping that he didn’t kill anything. He took out a new arrow as he was looking at the bow. This was going to be difficult, but he had to fight it through, and adjust himself to this new weapon. Yuurei had repeated his first step and held himself where he was. He didn’t release the arrow as he was trying to get himself to stop shaking. He needed to control and handle this kind of weapon. He was looking at the tree still as he was trying to tame the bow by getting his hands to stop moving it around.

It took him about ten minutes to stop himself from shaking as he couldn’t believe he was able to do it. Yuurei had let go of the arrow, and it launched itself straight into the tree. It was strong indeed, and he smiled as he needed to continue doing this. He was quick to use his other arrows as he kept doing the same thing. He was trying his best to get a hold of the feeling which he was given using such a weapon. It was good to be able to change from weapon to weapon. The young man stood the whole day training with the rented bow. He had trained so hard that he had almost forgotten to give back the bow, which would have gotten him into a lot of trouble.

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