YAY! I get to do the fighting scene! I love violence...
All at once the battle exploded around Erza. She whirled her sword and laughed, she was BORN for this! Not about to miss out on the fun, Erza screamed and charged straight at the man who had called her cute. Snarling, she brought the sword down on to his head. He swiftly dodged and sprang out into the sunlight. Now that she could get a good look at him, she took in the scene, implanting the image of her enemy in her brain. He was a red head, and was quite tall. He seemed about Ikuto’s age. Strangely enough, he had a fox’s ear’s and tail that stuck out of his black pants just below his baggy brown hoodie. He turned and grinned at her, his eye’s where a deep jade color, and his teeth almost seemed pointed.
“Watch where your pointing that thing.” he said, grinning even wider, “You could hurt someone.” Erza surprisingly returned the smile. “But maiming annoying little fox boy’s is so much fun!” Than her smiled dropped, and she rushed towards him screeching, swinging her sword like a windmill. Just barley managing to dodge, the fox boy turned and threw a knife with expert skill. Erza’s armor saved her, and the knife clanked off it, bouncing away harmlessly. Standing upright angrily, Erza yelled at her enemy through gritted teeth. “So you like to play with knives do you, little fox boy?” The fox boy turned and grinned, licking his knife blade.
“I wouldn’t talk if I where you.” he said impudently, “You’re pretty small yourself.” Erza fumed and did a little dance of rage. “Well there’s nothing small about my muscles or my blade!” she said, and hurled the sword with all of her might. This time the boy wasn’t fast enough, and he cried out as the sword pierced his shoulder, and pinned him to the tree directly behind his back. He grunted with effort as he pulled the blade out and threw it, then the sword evaporated as if it had all been an illusion.
“That was going too far!” he said in a low, angry, voice as he tried to stanch the blood flowing from his shoulder. “I’ll teach you that cute little girl’s shouldn’t go sticking their noses where they aren’t wanted.” There it was again, that word, cute. Something snapped inside Erza, and she began giving full vent to her spleen. “WHY YOU IMPUDENT LITTLE FOX!” She shrieked angrily, her voice rising an octave with every word. “I’LL CHOP OFF YOUR TAIL AND USE IT TO DECORATE MY ROOM! I’LL KILL YOU AND FEAST ON YOU’RE ROTTING FLESH! I’LL, I’LL!” The fox boy put a finger in his ear and moved it around as if something was stuck in it.
“Yeesh, your loud!” He complained, “Could you spare my poor ears your rambling?” Erza shut her mouth with all the will power she had, than took several deep breaths to calm herself. “I have to stay calm in order to fight correctly.” She told her self, “If only I had something I could stab him with from a distance...” Immediately, Erza’s right hand began glowing, and a large war pike appeared in it. She grinned and twirled it above her head, than brought it down on the ground with a bang. Looking up at the sky she murmured, “Thank you god, or goddess, or who ever you are.” Than she turned her attention back to her enemy. Twirling it once more, she pointed it straight at the fox boy and charged, preparing to shish kebob her attacker. Once more he dodged out of range, and the pike’s head buried itself into the tree. She yanked it out with force, and was about to turn and send her enemy flying, when Holo cried out. Whipping around Erza saw the strange girl in the cloak bearing down on her friend. Holo had a bloody gash on one of her arms, and was on the ground, completely exposed. Feeling rage boil up in her for the girl who had just hurt Holo, she charged at the girl, screaming at the top of her lungs. “GET AWAY FROM HER!” Holo had given just as good as she got, and the girl didn’t have the strength to dodge Erza’s smashing blow with the end of the massive pike. Slamming into another tree, the girl slumped, momentarily stunned.
“You okay dog girl?” Erza said pulling Holo up.
“It’s Holo, by the way.” Holo said giving Erza a playful shove.
“Well it’s not now.” Erza said with a grin.
“You used my own words against me!?” Holo said scrunching her face in to a comical frown.
“Pretty much.” Erza said with a shrug.
“I hate you.” Holo said with a pouting face.
“I love you to.” Erza replied as she turned on her heel to help Shana with Mei.
Shana was holding out well against Mei, who was grunting with the force of parrying Shana’s blows. Not expecting the new opponent, Mei screeched as Erza bowled into her like lighting, knocking the breath out if her. “Hey!” Shana said, “I was just about to finish her off!” Erza rolled her eye’s. “Leave some fun for me will ya?” she said playfully. Most literally clawing her way over to her friends, Holo joined them in their assault. “Hey, hey! Don’t leave me out!” Standing back to back, the three formed a deadly triangle, slashing at any enemy within reach. Suddenly the fox boy sprang from the branches of a tree and practically landed on Erza, knife point downward.
“It’s rude to leave your enemy while in battle.” He said, his face an inch away from hers as she blocked his knife thrust with her pike. “What am I? Chopped liver?” Erza gave an evil smile and flung the fox boy backward with a shove from her implement of war. “You will be when I’m finished with you!” she screamed. Within the blink of an eye, the three girls had formed a line, and began barreling into their enemy like an angry steamroller.
Who will win? THATS FOR MAR TO DECIDE!
Part 8: http://yourealllatefortea.blogspot.com/
(When it comes out) Part 10: http://mar-chusbloginblogland.blogspot.com/