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@Blade17 I would say just take out the chest stab and decapitation lol. Also you’re right but I’m factoring In other things as well.
@Blade17 Lol no way. I think we should leave the decision up to @Crimson Lion since he’s kind of the referee. I personally think Ryoichi would win considering his battle sense, experience, and perception. I only posted again because last time it seemed my character had taken extra damage because I hadn’t responded to one of your posts.
Kishimoto Arcade, Local Tournament.
@Crimson Lion @Double @Blade17 - Transparent Moments

A lesser Gunpla Fighter would have lost sight of the white Wing Gundam; Ryoichi, however, let his instincts and experience guide his sight along the path of the Gunpla. The Baelstrom kept the white machine within his overlays along his jarring flightpath over the enemy flagship. Absently, he admired the crippled make of the white Gunpla. He could still see the silhouette of the machine before his Baelstrom had dug its claw into it. The Baelstrom on the other hand looked neglected. Its paint was peeling, the plastic around the missing optic and leg were being pulled away by the velocity, and he could feel through the controls the shakiness of his damaged Gunpla.

Ryoichi furrowed his brows at the annoying voice of the pilot, 'This team is just a bunch of cocky no names. Is this the battle you envisioned for me, Ryojiro? or am I just wasting my time here? critically injured, torn apart, and still hoping... this kid is letting me down.'

It was the sudden disappearance of the enemy that flashed awareness for the near-future. His mind touched on the past, old enemies under performance boosting mechanics. They were often back-beaters. From what he could gleam so far, his opponent was skilled though childish. It was like fighting a novice and now that he had settled on that, Ryoichi could begin to see his eventual victory. Less than a moment passed between the white Wing Gundam's disappearance and reappearance, and still, the Baelstrom had completed its movement. Streaking through the lightning battered background, the Baelstrom slashed its beam saber into a barrel roll, arcing about its personal space.

Ryoichi cut the thrusters then, and with quick wrist and finger movements, snapped the Baelstrom to face the white Wing. His saber was close to his chest while his beam handgun was training on his potential enemy.
Kishimoto Arcade, Local Tournament.
@Crimson Lion @Double @Blade17 - Transparent Moments

Ryoichi could pinpoint the moment he submersed himself into the battle, no the WAR. As the Baelstrom's claw raked through the white Wing Gundam the artificial mangling of metal drove him to focus. He worried about the accumulated damage Baelstrom had taken; cursed himself for not taking better care of it. Now the dark and gray Trikeros Kai Shield was useless to him. The Baelstrom equipped its beam hangun before loosing the shield and launching it in the Wing Gundam's direction in hopes of scattering his opponent's attention. Ryoichi pushed on the thrusters, brandishing his green beam saber while darting the Baelstrom away and upward.

He took a lightspeed moment to reflect. 'I have my grappling arm, my beam saber, my beam handgun, and Me. I can do this, WE can do this, Baelstrom... carry me till the end partner!'

The Baelstrom, in its tarnished state, suddenly gain a fluidity to its plastic-form. The Divine Striker pack fixed itself into Flight-Mode as it rocketed off into the distance; becoming a pillar of blue jolting through the glittering black. Ryoichi succumbed to a cold malice, his mind sharpening to a point. 'I'll kill him this time...'

The Baelstrom begun to close the distance, it was a metallic shadow moving in erratic bright lines in search of a hidden moment.
Hinata & Haku

Shinjuku @mattmanganon

Haku dove through the dense fog towards the enemy digimon but a minor shadow flickering within the gray caused him to dodge. The white armored dragon realized his mistake a moment too late. Hinata was likely close behind... and in the path of the flying-enemy. 'Hinata!' he roared, rushing over to his partner.

Hinata had felt the connection though it was vague. It felt like a nudge in the right direction and once he recognized the Digimon's defensive stance, an odd, heavy feeling dropped into his stomach. A hot gust rushed through his thin jacket and sandy hair. "Haku, don't attack!" yelled, Hinata.

It was a jolt of decisiveness. Hinata's cry had reached him over the raucous sound of incoming Digimon. Closer then the others, he leapt in front of the wild Digimon, his draconic form partially blocking her. A disruptive yet deep bellow accompanied his words, spurts of fire falling from his lips. "Wait! Hinata is behind her!" he urged.
@ZxyxZemon All that sounds like a good time lol. I'm thinking I might not repurpose Kagayaku. I MIGHT make someone new for this particular plot.
Gonna get a post out tonight. If not tonight then for sure tomorrow morning.

There was a moment of serious confusion where O'Menus had readied himself for battle. Flames peaked off his skin but as recognition swayed into familiarity, meager as it was, he loosened the tension around his sword-hand and glanced over at whom he assumed to be Oren. The pin-pricked soldier that slumped at the very maw of the Gods' once-graveyard.

That made him consider the sword. The white blade was swiped from Oren's grasp and obviously would serve better in O'Menus' hands but even mortal warriors deserved to die with their weapons. Gaze fixed on the mangled soldier: Oren, he slid from the commotion once more and strode over to the dying or dead mortal. As a God, he respected the rarity of an honorable death, so he paused three or four feet from him. He stabbed the white blade into the ground, placing his palms over the pommel and shutting his eyes.

Words slipped from his lips in a deeper, elegant tone. "For stardust you are, and unto stardust shall you return. Greater Mortal, comfort unto your soul."

An important moment of silence followed his words before O'Menus plucked the sword from the ground and turned his back to Oren, eyeing the carnage infront of him. Truly torn bodies littered the ground; armor and flesh respectfully, whole bodies and parts and pieces, charred grass and red-dewed greenery shared the land equally.

"What a mess we have uncovered," he thought aloud, finding a sense of duty somewhere in his heart. "To right this will take a mighty being and resolve. The mortals and false gods must be punished and dispersed, so that balance can be returned."
Gonna post before the day is over with. Things is getting interesting with Flora finally awake. I love how someone pointed out her name was too close to her duty as the Flower Priestess lmao.
@ZxyxZemon I agree with Van on this. The Dark Continent sounds really interesting at first but Netero said it best in the manga. Everything is just big lmao.

I feel like the most interesting stuff would happen between groups or people. Maybe if we have a Bounty Mission with our targets fleeing to the Dark Continent. We do the beginning of gathering our folks, investigating the initial incident and history of our target, encounter some traps or “distractions” via target, and all of this leads up to the discovery of them escaping to the Dark Continent. Then we have to find some way to get there through the V5 or V6.

That could work, I think.

I like the idea of islands on the way there also being potential Arcs or storylines. We could create interesting “doomed” families or characters meant to incite a sense of duty in some of our more pragmatic characters lol. Cause I know Kagayaku would be willing to go if it meant solving his affliction or righting an injustice.
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