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Jingyi carefully transversed through the forest, the thick canopy overhead casting a constant shade over her path. Despite her long path, the redhead was packed rather light, preferring to travel quicker so she could reach the village with supposedly strong warriors. She had received word of the powerful men through her C.O, who knew her well enough to give her any news of powerful opponents she could throw herself at.

This is how she found herself waist-deep within the Jade Dragon Mountains, following a rather secluded path up a mountainside so she could fight some warriors known for their power. While they might be much stronger than the woman was herself, she was still eager to try to at least fight against them. If she didn't challenge herself then she wouldn't grow at all, right?

That's what Jingyi told herself before giving herself a self-reassuring nod, a smile growing on her face. Grabbing onto the small pack that she was carrying, Jingyi stepped up her pace and lengthened her stride.

While she walked, Jingyi kept a careful look around, trying to get in the sights before she would arrive at the city. If she was going to end up sent home in some sort of defeat, she may as well look at the natural beauty of the forest and its mountains beforehand.

She didn't notice an outstretched tree root that was growing close to the path, causing her to trip over the root and stumble. She started to fall forwards, but before she started to crash towards the ground, Jingyi luckily managed to catch her balance by sticking out her arms, her hands waving in the air.

"Woo-woo-woo! You won't fall, you won't fall!" Jingyi exclaimed as she took a step away from the root and finally regained her footing. She just stood there for a good moment before taking in a deep breath. Lowering her arms, Jingyi gave herself another nod, a smile growing on her face so she wouldn't grow demotivated from her adventure.

"Keep your cool, Jingyi," She told herself with a deep breath, her hands held in front of herself as she moved them to the side, "You can do this," at that the woman did some odd hand gestures to herself, "And it'll be exciting."

With an exaggeratedly jubilant sigh, Jingyi resumed walking up the path. Though this time she was even more careful to watch her step so her tripping episode wouldn't be repeated. Luckily no one was there to spot her and her rather embarrassing endeavorment.


WC: 437
Total WC: 3335
Stamina-Loss: 235/265
Magoi-Loss: 145/160
Abilities Used:

Sabin Balawk (Spinning Block)
Tier: B
Class: Warriors
Type: Defensive
Range: Close
Requirements/Drawbacks: A weapon with a staff part is required; the user must anticipate the attack (having unimpaired vision and seeing the attack coming) and brace themselves and dig their heels in as they prepare for the attack.
Scaling: Damage
Sustain: 0
Cool Down: 3 posts
Cost: 30 Stamina
Description:

    The user digs their heels into the ground and moves their staff in front of them as an attack approaches. They spin their weapon, catching the incoming attack and knocking it 90 degrees away. This move can parry up to B-tier damage.


Weapons:

Grasscutter:

Name: Windcutter
Tier: B-Tier
Type: Four-Ring Sword
Material: Steel
Appearance: Jingyi’s first sword has a blade that’s 103 cm, along with a hilt that’s around 15 cm. There is a long blade, with four rings lining one edge, with indentions in the sharper side of the blade. There's an eye-catching red tassel attached to the end of the hilt. When her brother had upgraded the rather old blade, he had given it a whole new look, to her surprise.[/center]

Skeleton Key:

Name: Skeleton Key
Tier: B
Type: Magic Tool
Magic Type: Illusion (Light + Sound)
Appearance: A small, brass key that is useless as an actual key except for the most basic of locks. A length of 15CM, and a small flourish at the head and a single square tooth of 2CM. The magic circle is located on the tooth.
Function:

  • Fit Any Hand - By infusing magoi into the tool, it can create an illusory weapon or mundane object up to 2M long, with the key as its handle. This created weapon can interact with material objects, the weapon deal up to B-tier damage.  10 Magoi to activate | 5 Magoi to sustain.


Job Details:

Job Name: Warrior’s Way
Job Rank: B
Job Location: Jade Dragon Mountains
Job Rewards: 200 XP/15,000 Huang
Job Prerequisites: N/A
Job Overview: Deep in the Jade Dragon Mountains is a village which is home to a rather large group of warriors which undergo harsh treatments and training to perfect their martial art skills. They constantly ask people from the empire to come and test their warriors. This is one of those moments. Go there and take on the three training members and win.

Spoiler:
Enemy Name: Training Warriors x3
Rank: B
Needed damage to take down: B
Description: Training Warriors move at 10 m/s and deal B-tier damage with their bodies. They do not carry a weapon.
Abilities:
Shattering Strike – Training Warrior strikes out at 20 m/s to inflict B-tier damage to an opponent.
Blocking Blow – Training Warrior, through sheer force of will, uses a punch moving at 20 m/s to block an incoming attack of A-tier or lower.
Devastating Kick – Training Warrior kicks out at 20 m/s to inflict B-tier damage.



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Endolf

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Endolf seemed grateful for all the time he had spent in the wilderness of Kou for the past several months. It seemed to be coming quite in handy as he walked through the thickets of vines and foliage with relative ease. Word had it that there was a tribe of people deep in the Jade Dragon Mountains that only contacted people in the Kou empire in request of people to come combat their villagers as tests. Of course even with Endolf being from outside of Kou it wasn’t stopping him from trying to track down these villagers in order to not only test them but test himself as well. The redhead had taken to the mountains alone, having left his partner Raijin behind with Merrze in the capital.

Bouncing against the warrior’s backside was his new sword, Resolve. A sleeker object with a much more unique design than his Resentment had been forged with. This would be an opportune time to test his capabilities with the new weapon. Additionally the warrior’s wardrobe had undergone an entire change as well. His entire outfit was that of something more relatable to that of Kou’s nature. A single sleeve covered his left arm, held in place by straps wrapping around his waist. Baggy black pants, not very unlike his previous pair, led down to a set of plate armored boots. His left leg was covered by a piece of black armor plates containing a pouch of similar material.

However he wasn’t without his typical magic items. His left hand was covered by the glittering layers of his golden gauntlet while a small, simple gold ring circled the middle finger on his right hand. A whip of molten lava and cooled rock rested at his left hip, coiled tightly. These items were, as usual, part of his standard adventuring set. Step by step he would continue on through the forest.
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WC: 316/1,500

Resolve:


Name: Resolve
Tier: B-Tier
Type: Sword/Twin-Blades
Material: Damascus Steel/Tamahagane Mixture
Appearance: Resolve, being Endolf's second custom made sword, is actually slightly shorter than its predacessor Resentment. Measuring in at 102cm. It does have a greater width however, with a width of 76cm. Visually the weapon resembles a shark of sorts, having been designed based off of the aquatic creature to begin with. On either side of the blade a smaller fin shaped blade extends out by 15cm on either side of the main blade. The overall blade seems to be filled with space where there should be metal, most of the metal instead being comprised mainly from the center section of the blade and the edges that run off of it. The center of the blade is separated into two handholds by a crescent forming along one side of the blade that circles up to a single star before continuing halfway down the other side of the top section of the handle, the inside of this crescent being sharpened edges like those along the blade itself. The true nature of this weapon however is its ability to become a pair of twin blades that are held connected by a 4m chain at the base of each handle.


Hand of the Stream:

Name: Hand of the Stream
Tier: C
Type: Magic Tool - Gauntlet
Magic Type:  Water
Appearance: A 30cm gauntlet with a magic circle on the palm.
Function:

    River Dance - Feeding magoi into the tool causes a high pressure current of water to envelope the weapon in its grip, the user is then able to shoot the high pressure water off their weapon up to 10m away in a 3m crescent shape, dealing C-Tier water damage. 10 magoi to activate | 5 to sustain.


Molten Strike:

Name: Molten Strike
Tier: B
Type: Magic Weapon - Whip
Magic Type: Lava [Heat + Strength]
Appearance: This whip has a 66cm handle made of cooled molten rock and has two 2 meter long “strings” seemingly constructed of lava, capable of inflicting B-tier damage with its strike. The magic circle can be found inscribed on the handle.
Function:

    Heated Control – Feeding magoi into the whip will cause the handle to wrap around the users fist and temporarily allow them to control it as if it were apart of their own body. 10 magoi to activate | 5 to sustain.



Ring of Xiuhcoatl:

Name: The Ring of Xiuhcoatl
Tier: B
Type: Magic Item - Ring
Magic Type: Lightning
Appearance:This delicate ring is made from gold and there is a small amethyst stone is attached in the middle of the ring. The magic circle is located inside the band of the ring.
Function:

    Static Surprise – After feeding magoi to the item, it will create a static electricity charge that will travel outwards up to 3m in front of the user. The static electricity charge will cost any conductive metal to be covered in a painful but weak charge of electricity. It is possible to hold onto the object in this state with great pain tolerance. However, doing so will deal D-Tier damage to the hand each post held. The effect of the static charge on the enemy lasts for 3 posts. 10 Magoi to activate | 5 Magoi to sustain.


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Jingyi continued on with her trek through the forest, all the more carefully after her tripping incident. She was lucky in the fact that no one was there to see it, though it didn't make her feel all that better, anyways.

Shaking her head, Jingyi sighed to herself before pushing herself to smile. It was only a trip, and she had much better things to think about. Such as how she was going to defeat the warriors she was going to fight in the village. Seeing how they claimed to be some of the strongest, Jingyi, of course, had to presume that they are a tiny bit stronger than she is. And if that was the case, then she certainly needs to think of some things she could do to combat the warriors during the fight.

During her thoughts, Jingyi's hand ventured to her pockets and reached in, her fingers curling around the familiar Skeleton Key. Her thumb rubbed the square tooth as she glanced around the forest, the cool brass beneath her fingers somewhat familiar. With a small smile, she remembered the comrade who had given her it, and their promise to meet up again when they were stronger.

"And stronger I'll be," Jingyi told herself, her grip on the Magic Weapon tightening, "so I can become an officer and impress him."

A small chuckle escaped the redheaded warrior's lips as she took her hand out of her pocket. Her hands fidgeted around as she walked, messing with her forearm guards and tightening the strings. For her trip, she was dressed how she always is. She wore a plain white gambeson beneath a red tunic, with a metal breastplate protecting her torso. The bottom part of the breastplate was covered by a sash belt which also covered the light hip armor that the warrior wore. For pants, she just wore her typical baggy breeches which tucked into black leather boots. Finishing it off was her bright hair, tied together in a tight but thick braid that ended past her hips.

Pushing hair being her ear, Jingyi paused as she spotted something up ahead in the distance. Squinting, Jingyi managed to make out some bleak walls, along with unlit torches and what seemed to be a guard post.

A grin curled along her lips as Jingyi's face lit up with jubilance. It would seem she had finally reached her destination. And so, she picked up her pace, her short strides, totally not caused by non-existent vertical challenges, turning longer as she almost jogged to the entrance of the village.

"Hey-yo!" Jingyi called out, waving a hand as she approached the guards. As she drew closer to the village, she slowed her steps once again before coming to a stop between the guards who were eyeing her. Taking a deep breath, even Jingyi knew that first impressions were important, Jingyi took a step back and offered the two a salute, just as she had been taught during her recent time within the military.

"My name's Jingyi Hou," She merrily chirped, one of her hands gesturing towards herself, "And I heard about your village's challenge to test the skills of Kou's warriors, and I was hoping I can partake?" Halfway through her sentence, it turned into an inquiry as she tilted her head and hopefully looked up at the guards.

It was obvious from their face that they were somewhat doubtful of the youthful girl, though they knew better than to judge a book by its cover. And so, the two stepped aside to let the girl enter the village and meet her challenge straight forward.


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Plants and trees, trees and plants. That was all Endolf continued to walk through during his trek through the mountains. It was starting to feel like it had been hours since he had started his journey into the deep forests and still it seemed like he had yet to find the tribe he had come looking for. He was starting to wonder if he should have brought Raijin along with him as a tracker or navigator. The wolf might have been able to cut his time rather than allow him to wander around like he had been doing. The redhead sighed however, knowing full-well that it was far too late for him to turn back and collect his companion from his former teacher. All he could do now was continue forging along in hopes of finding either the tribe or a way out of the mountains that would lead him back to the capital.

More time would pass before the Fanalis heard his first sound, silently reaching for his sword’s hilt at the startling noise in the otherwise silent forest. Even now the redhead only realized that despite his walking through the plants for the past several hours the only sounds he had heard until now had been the faint crunching of his new boots on the ground as he walked. Slowly he would stalk towards the direction of the sound, making sure to be careful about hiding his own noise to keep from giving up the element of surprise to whatever he might find. Keeping to a thick cluster of leafy vines he would see through them that a red haired girl was in a similar situation as himself. Walking alone through the forest as if looking for something.

His hand would remain resting on the hilt of his Resolve as he continued to watch the young girl, only moving it away when he saw her trip over an exposed root and nearly fall flat on her face into the dirt. The only thing that had saved her from such an embarrassing fate was a rather impressive display of balance as she used her arms to correct her weight and keep herself standing on a single leg, after some chanting to herself about how she wouldn’t fall. The boy wasn’t sure what to think about the girl at the moment, finding himself greeted with a mix of embarrassment for her and a sense of being impressed by her little act. Regardless he would keep his sword at his back, clasped via the same method as his Resentment had been, and keep out of the girl’s area of awareness as he followed behind her. After all it seems as if she had some sense of direction in regards to where she was going.

His decision to follow the girl seemed to pay off as she eventually arrived at what seemed to be a large wall lined with torches that were currently unlit. The girl would call out as she moved forward towards the main entrance and the two people that seemed to be guarding it. Endolf would take the opportunity to walk forward, closing the gap he left between them with relative ease, as the girl began talking to the guards. He could hear her explain that her name was Jingyi and she had come in search of the village’s trials of skill. Exactly the same thing Endolf had come for.

“Your village wouldn’t be opposed to taking on two challengers, would it?” He would ask, speaking up as he came up behind Jingyi. “The name’s Endolf, I came for the same reason.”
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WC: 603
TWC: 921/1500


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Jingyi jumped as she heard someone talking from behind her, the girl whirling around to face a redheaded man. Her eyebrows furrowed in confusion as she stepped to the side so she could look between 'Endolf' and the guards.

She hadn't noticed anyone walking behind her during her path, nor did anyone speak up when she trip- wait, did he see her trip? Jingyi felt the tips of her ears and the back of her neck start to grow hot as she finally looked at the guards.

They looked just as confused as she is, but she ignored it as the dumbfounded look on her face was quickly replaced with her usual jubilant smile.

"Anyways, is there a sort of first-come first-fight rule?" She inquired as she edged closer to the entrance. Though her only answer was some shrugged shoulders when one of them spoke up.

"I think the chief said that it would just be one side versus one side. I guess you two could just fight with each other against them?" The guard uttered with another shrug of his shoulders before gesturing to the gate. "Anyways, just get going. If it needs to be corrected, it will, I guess."

Jingyi quickly nodded her head, risking a quick glance at the 'Endolf' figure before going on and entering the village. Her hand quickly snuck into her pocket to grab the Skeleton Key in reassurance before letting go.

Turning around, if Endolf had followed behind her, Jingyi would offer him a polite smile as she paused. She would give a quick salute with a hand before giving him a wave.

"Hey there, name's Jingyi and it's nice to meet you," the woman would've said before pausing to give Endolf time with his own response.

If he hadn't, she would've just shrugged her shoulders to herself before continuing onwards into the village.


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TWC: 331 + 1051 = 1382/1500


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Endolf stood silently, his body language giving off an air of carefree laxness, as the girl and the guards conversed. He would be listening to everything that was said without giving any appearance of such. The girl would ask how these fights would work, giving off her impression that it would be a “first-come-first-serve” situation. The guard that replied told her that as far as he was certain it was to be a team verses team situation and that the two of them should be alright facing their warriors together. He seemed to care little either way as he told them to just hurry along through the gates.

The girl, Jingyi from what he heard when he first approached her, walked forward first. He would notice that her hand made its way into her pocket and gripped something. He pushed it off as just some form of self reassurance and just walked into the village after her. Once inside the girl would stop and turn around to face him, giving a sort of salute before waving at him with a smile. She would introduce herself properly to him. In turn Endolf would give his own little lazy wave back. “Endolf.” Walking along he would give her a small smile from the corner of his mouth.

Making sure to walk at a pace she could keep up with he would attempt to make small talk. “So, you a Fanalis too?” The first question he would ask would be an appropriate one considering the color of the girl’s hair was almost identical to his own.
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TWC: 1184/1500


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J
ingyi clasped her hands behind her back, her head cocking to the side as Endolf introduced himself. There was a small but pleasant smile on her face as she spotted the smile on his face. Despite his longer strides, Jingyi was able to easily keep up with her quick steps.

Due to the "slight" height difference, she had to keep her chin tilted up to watch him as she talked. If she learned anything from her mother is to be respectful by giving eye contact during a conversation. Luckily that wasn't the only lesson she got from her mother.

While she wasn't all too pleased to receive the question, seeing how she got it a lot, it was understandable she supposed. Not only that he seemed to have hair the same hue of her own plus he said "too". That meant that she was talking to another Fanalis, which would be a first for her if Jingyi remembered correctly.

With a sheepish smile, Jingyi shrugged her shoulders before shaking her head. Moving her hands from behind her back she instead shoved on in a pocket while her other hand rubbed her fingers together as a form of fidgeting.

"Nah, I'm not a Fanalis. I guess I fit the appearance of one but no sugar. I wish I could be as strong and fast as you guys though!"
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Jingyi’s reactions were rather unexpected by Endolf as he questioned if there was some possibility of the two sharing the same race. The girl’s hands moved away from her head, one returning to the depths of her pocket while the other seemed to take some sort of nervous reflex as her fingers seemed to rub together. A shake of her head and an odd shrug of her shoulders accompanied these gestures as she resumed eye contact with him and informed the male that she wasn’t of the Fanalis race despite her hair color. Though he did find it a bit pointless and somewhat racist to have simply questioned her of her heritage just based off of the color of her hair, especially when people like Mer or himself existed. After all he himself had the sides of his hair turned black and his former teacher’s entire head was covered in white despite both of them being Fanalis.

The girl did seem to put some praise into her words though, claiming that she wished she could be as powerful and fast as Endolf’s people. Now it was his turn to give her a sheepish smile. “I suppose it would come in handy. Though we’re good at other things than just running and punching too.” His sheepish smile would turn into a sly, almost teasing grin before he continued with his words. “Like not tripping over tree roots out in the forest.” He would fall silent again, allowing her to absorb what he said as he tipped her off on how he had been watching her and possibly raising her paranoia with questions like how long he had been watching her.

It was as they walked he would begin to notice the local people lining up, watching the two of them intently. He hadn’t really been paying attention with the guards at the main entrance but now that he was seeing the village people he saw that they were very symbolic of what one would think of when hearing about a tribe out in the deep forest. Their clothing was nothing like Endolf’s, far more primitive being made from leaves and pelts and hand-woven pieces of simple cloth. Simple accessories adorned them made from animal teeth and bones or beads. Even the markings on their bodies that weren’t scars from previous fights held a sense of tribalism. As he looked at them the only thing Endolf could feel for these people was a sense of respect.

The people seemed to line what he could only think of as the main street in their village, almost directing them towards where they would need to go. It wasn’t a lot of people, as the village didn’t seem to be very large, but it was enough to get the message across that they were supposed to be heading towards a specific location. The boy would continue until he reached what seemed to be like a ledge leading down into a pit of sorts. Comparing it to the Coliseum in Reim it wasn’t structurally different and was clearly to be a source of entertainment. The ledge he had been lead to started down into a series of seats not unlike the Coliseum. These would continue down to a cage formed from branches and cord that created a dome. People had already begun to take seats along the ledges and look up and Endolf, and Jingyi if she continued to follow, as if inspecting him. Their gazes followed as the redhead began his walk down towards the cage.

Inside he could see what appeared to be three people, all of an impressive size range. As he approached closer to the cage he could begin picking out more and more details of the warriors. The main details being that of the three two were obviously female which flanked either side of the solitary male. Their manner of dressing wasn’t very different from that of the rest of the village people he had seen so far but their “outfits” were unmistakably more along the lines of hunters or warriors.
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"Oh,
of course!" Jingyi commented with a slight chuckle as Endolf mentioned that Fanalis weren't just good for running and punching. She was sure that each Fanalis were good at something not related to combat or physical abilities, she just wasn't sure what. But her laughter promptly died in her throat as he brought up "tripping over roots in the forest". Her ruby eyes widened in a mixture of shock and embarrassed horror as her cheeks flushed a pink color. Questions akin to, "how long was he watching?!" "was he following me the entire time?!" "why did I have to trip over that stupid root?!" ran through her mind, rendering the rather simple girl speechless.

Jingyi tried to say something, but the words just wouldn't leave the tip of her tongue. Swallowing hard, the redhead turned her head away to instead glance at the locals who were lining up. She hoped to whatever being or beings that watched over the world that they couldn't see how red her face is. The very thought made the tips of her ears burn, which only caused Jingyi to shake away the thought.

Clearing her mind of her questions, Jingyi instead paid attention to the natives. They were dressed rather simply and primitive, but they still held a look that foretold their prowess and demanded respect, which Jingyi easily gave.

Jingyi was still walking besides Endolf when she caught sight of the dome-structure. She had seen arenas that were coliseum like, though she never bothered to head inside one and look around. It would seem that she would get the chance to finally fight in one, even if it was less than modern.

She glanced at several people who seemed to be watching Endolf and her before offering a polite smile. Turning her attention away from them, Jingyi quickly spotted a trio of warriors; two women flanking a single man who all seemed to be bigger than her. Even out in the boondocks she seemed to be shorter than the people she encountered.

"So, you two are our... "opponents" today?" One of the women called, her voice full of arrogance as she shifted. A hand equipped with a gauntlet rested on her hip as a proud smile curled across her feet. The other flanking female just crossed her arms over her chest, light flashing off her own gauntlets. The man between them only offered a smile, though it reeked of falseness.

"If there are no problems, let us begin, yes?" He called out in a charming voice, stepping away from his teammates as he raised a hand to motion to their spectators. Covering his fists were gauntlets as well, and Jingyi had a suspicious idea that their opponents preferred to use their fists instead of traditional weapons.

Raising her chin, Jingyi smiled her usual affable smile as she glanced at Endolf. One hand was stuck in her pocket, her thumb brushing over the skull face of the Skeleton Key. Pulling her hand out, Jingyi then grabbed Grasscutter's hilt as she returned her attention to their primitive opponents, her eyes falling on the arrogant lioness in particular.

"Oi, do you think we should split them up from each other?" Jingyi asked Endolf, her gaze flickering to the side to look at the Fanalis in question before looking back. Her voice was shushed, as quiet as the boisterous woman could get, and luckily for her the other warriors didn't hear.
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And just like that, the very second the warriors opened their mouths to speak, Endolf disliked them. Of course he knew how this all worked. They weren’t that different from himself or any of the contenders back at the Coliseum. They trained and put on a show to entertain their village while they fought. But it was the male and his self-amused smile that annoyed the Fanalis even more. The second Jingyi asked his opinion on splitting them up, he acted. His foot hit the ground and in a single breath he was in front of the man, burying his elbow deep into his abs before the full impact of his charge sent the man flying back to slam into the arena cage. The structure would creek and bend back just slightly before settling back into place, the male warrior a heap at the base.

“Well then, guess it’s down to two-on-two now. Take your pick Jingyi.” The boy would smile with a grin that just oozed confidence. He knew he’d be able to handle both of the women as easily as he had handled the man, let alone one at a time. It seemed his actions had stunned the women as well, the two of them were clearly transfixed on him with pure shock and awe at his actions.


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J
ingyi realized that Endolf was already acting, but by the time she raised her sword to try to aid him, the male opponent was already down on the ground, groaning. It was the first time that she had actually seen a Fanalis fight, and it gave her excited goosebumps. While the battle would be rather laughable if Endolf was able to easily dish out attacks like that, it would still be enjoyable to watch. If only she could be that strong and fast!

With a small smile, Jingyi let go of Grasscutter's hilt to instead pull out a small black key. Light flashed off its black metal, and from the way she held the object, one could see the grinning skull face in the key and the glowing Magic Circle on its tooth. Raising the key, one of the women smirked in a mixture of amusement and confusion, as if she was entertained by the idea that one of their opponents would be using a key against them. Fists were understandable. Chains were, too. So were darts in certain cases! But a key?

The more arrogant of the two remaining warriors bent her knees before rushing towards Jingyi. However, Jingyi adamantly stood there and with alacrity used the function of the Skeleton Key, Fit Any Hand, the Magic Circle flashing in response. Magoi glimmered around the Magic Tool as it took the form of a 2-meter long naginata, the handle of the weapon being replaced by the key itself.

A look of surprise flashed on her opponent's face, but it was quickly replaced with determination as she lunged at Jingyi, her fist swinging forwards to deliver Shattering Strike. In response, Jingyi stepped back, her heels digging into the soft ground as she swung her weapon in front of her. Then, as her mentor taught her, the redhead spun the naginata which efficiently caught the attack as Sabin Balawk does, before pushing it away from her.

The warrior tripped as her attack was effectively parried and redirected, but she managed to quickly regain her footing. Though in the time she took to find her balance again, Jingyi swung out the naginata, the blade cutting into the warrior and knocking her away. With a groan, the warrior was officially down for the count, with only a single opponent left.

With a proud smile, Jingyi glanced at Endolf for the briefest of moments before turning her attention to the remaining warrior. At that point, she put up her fists in preparation to take any blows that came her way.

Seeing how the early bird got the worm, Jingyi quickly threw herself at the warrior, her naginata outstretched to swing in a sweeping blow against her opponent. But, the warrior was prepared, and with a well-placed Blocking Blow, punched the weapon away.

The tables were turned, and now Jingyi was left to regain her balance. Though, her teacher had taught her well and managed to effectively get back her footing before the warrior could dish out another blow.

Stepping back away from the warrior, Jingyi leveled her naginata so its blade was pointing at her opponent. She kept her eyes on the woman, and each time she would make a move to approach, Jingyi would step forwards and thrust the weapon, driving her back.

The remaining warrior, the one who remained silent throughout the beginning of the battle and seemed to be the less cockiest of her trio, had forgotten about Endolf as she tried to approach the redhead with the seemingly magic weapon.
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Abiliti(y)ies Used:

Sabin Balawk (Spinning Block)
Tier: B
Class: Warriors
Type: Defensive
Range: Close
Requirements/Drawbacks: A weapon with a staff part is required; the user must anticipate the attack (having unimpaired vision and seeing the attack coming) and brace themselves and dig their heels in as they prepare for the attack.
Scaling: Damage
Sustain: 0
Cool Down: 3 posts
Cost: 30 Stamina
Description:

    The user digs their heels into the ground and moves their staff in front of them as an attack approaches. They spin their weapon, catching the incoming attack and knocking it 90 degrees away. This move can parry up to B-tier damage.


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Endolf found himself watching with amusement as Jingyi took the center stage, picking her target and produced a small object not unlike a key from her pocket. Pointing it at the woman she seemed to catch her momentarily off guard before the key seemed to produce a large staff like weapon ending in a single blade. Endolf had dealt with enough magic items to know that the key had clearly been one of them. He was unfamiliar with the weapon the key had formed into however, knowing it wasn’t one commonly used back in Reim. He would instead simply remain against the cage, casually watching Jingyi and her chosen opponent face off with each other. For a girl that claimed to not be of Fanalis decent the young redhead seemed skilled enough and managed to best her opponent.

Which left one. The remaining woman seemed to have forgotten Endolf was still present in the cage as she herself had been watching her companion attempt to best the smaller girl. With a shrug to himself Endolf gave the man at his feet a quick smash in the gut with his heel before walking off to the girl. So far she had remained silent since their arrival which seemed to have earned her a little bit of leeway with the duo. The woman attempted to approach Jingyi, hesitantly and cautiously as she had watched how the weapon worked, only to be caught by the waist by the chain leading back to Endolf’s hands. The Fanalis would give a simple tug and pull the woman back to him in a single, effortless motion. “Ya know. You’re pretty easy on the eyes. You don’t have the same kind of ego that your partners there had either. What’cha say? Wanna just call this our win and actually walk away?”

The woman was absolutely dumbfounded at this. Not only had she been stupid enough to stand around without acting until the last minute but she had also forgotten about the girl’s partner that had made the first move. Silently she simply nodded to the male redhead, a faint blush spreading across her face as she did so. She continued this action for what felt like several minutes before she noticed his chains were no longer binding her by the waist. The woman wondered when that had even happened. But as she looked around, embarrassed and confused, Endolf had already walked over to Jingyi. “Not bad kid. Looks like you’re pretty capable when you can keep your footing.”


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MY SWORD IS A LIFE TAKER
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Bleeh
MAGOI
145/160
STAMINA
235/265
WC
261/3048

J
ingyi stepped back as a chain wrapped around her opponent, her eyes quickly following the weapon down to the owner, who seemed to be her own partner. Seeing how the match was basically over, the woman spun the naginata as it glowed before dispersing. The Magic Weapon returned to its original form as a key, flashing as it caught a glint of light.

Expecting Endolf to finish off the woman in some cool move that would knock off her non-existent socks, her lips were pursed as their enemy basically forfeited. Well, at least she got to defeat at least one person in the match.

Stuffing the Skeleton Key into her pocket, Jingyi glanced at Endolf as he started to head her way. Unable to stay in any sort of negative mood, a smile found its place on her face as she met him half-way.

She was to say something to the Fanalis, but her voice seemed to die in her throat as he brought up her little incident in the forest. Her brows furrowed together as she crossed her arms over her chest.

"Hey, I bet you would've tripped if you didn't see it," she started, her arms lowering back to her sides as her smile grew slightly, "And I'm always capable when it comes to fighting!" She boasted as her hands found their way into her pockets again.

"You haven't seen much of what I can do, pluuuus I get better each day!" Jingyi exclaimed as her smile grew both jubilant and excited.
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The Fanalis smiled as Jingyi tried to defend herself by countering with the fact that Endolf would have tripped on a root himself if he hadn’t noticed it. He actually thought she was rather adorable when she was embarrassed and mad, standing there with her arms folded across her chest and her brows furrowed together. But her arms were soon lowered to her sides and her hands were once more placed into her pockets as she started to boast about how capable she was when it came to fighting and how she only got better at it each day. It really caused the taller of the redheads to look at her with amusement as he returned his sword to the clip on the rear of his waist. It seemed like each of them was infecting the other with their smiles.

Endolf’s interest in the girl was already piqued. Not in any kind of romantic interest, but more as a teacher who believed to have found a worthy student. “Well then, here’s my proposition. I’ve got a wolf that needs some training, why don’t you meet up with us and show me just what else you can do?” If the girl said yes the boy would give her the information on where she could meet with him and his companion later on. If she turned him down he wouldn’t bat an eye and would simply just continue on himself.


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Bleeh
MAGOI
145/160
STAMINA
235/265
WC
3335

Jingyi's
face lit up as she heard him mention training a wolf. As... oblivious and airhead-ish she could be, even she was able to put 2 and 2 together. He had a wolf, and it needed training. Most warriors who had beasts, like wolves, were beast-tamers. That meant that Endolf, most likely, was a beast-tamer. Just the thing she needed to help her learn the arts! Sure, her brother dealt with beasts daily, and she was sure that he had connections and could teach her. But, he already told her that he was way too busy to deal with her and that she probably could find someone else easily.

Fixing Endolf with a determined look, Jingyi eagerly nodded her head. Her hands were taken out of their pockets, probably so she could gesture around with them as she often did when she talked.

"Sure! And in return you can help me, too? I have a troublesome..." the redhead paused for a brief moment as she thought of how she could describe Dullahan, "little critter, and I've been looking for someone who can help me train him?" She replied with a hopeful smile as she looked up at Endolf.

In response, she got the information she needed; where and when they would meet. Jingyi was sure to memorize it as best she could, along with telling him that she couldn't wait for it.

And so, after waving to Endolf and offering him one of her jubilant smiles, Jingyi promptly told him that it was time for her to leave. She did have other chores to complete, after all. And then, she was off, her steps filled with her usual energy and skip.
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