This round officially opens the Member's Choice Tournament!
We have seventeen participants all vying to see which fighter is the best! We wish all of our contestants the best of luck!
This round features a traditional Coliseum match. There will be no special surprises for the first round to get everyone comfortable with the matches. The winner contestant moves on to the next match, the losing member will be given a consolation prize. In the event that this match does last until the end date, the members will decide which members moves on. There is a 3 day [72 hours] time limit between posts.
Snow sat down on a bench, lying in wait in a waiting room of the Coliseum as the roar of the crowd broke through the solid stone walls that surrounded Snow. When Snow signed up for this tournament, he hoped to gain progress in finding the rest of his friends. While Lightning and Vanille searched elsewhere, Snow found himself in this world, of course, continuing his search. When he saw flyers about this tournament, he figured that this would be a place where he would maybe find Fang or maybe he would run into Lightning again and they could catch up. Snow didn’t know who his opponent was, he only knew the name…”Agatha”. It sounded like a woman’s name but these days you could never know. Snow stretched his gloves over his hands and waited on his name to be called. He knew that others were fighting as well, but Snow wasn’t really in it for the sport of it. He was here to find his friends nothing more. From where Snow sat he could hear battle cries, cheering, booing, and weapons clanging together. It would appear that Snow’s match would be happening later on. Snow was sitting there for quite some time; he could feel his legs falling asleep.
Snow knew that he wasn’t exactly “dressed” in fighting attire, though. He wished he had his old trenchcoat but then as he thought about it, he remembered why he didn’t need it. Snow had grown so strong over the years that the jacket which increased his strength would be useless to him since his power and experience as a L’Cie has helped him to grow as a warrior. Snow stood up and paced all around the room that he was told to wait in. He put his hands in his pockets and he began to wonder about his opponent once more, thinking about how “annoying” it would be if Snow had to fight someone with a weapon. No one fought the old fashioned way, someone always had a sword…or a staff or something. Snow’s mind even wondered as to what this “Agatha” person could do. It was then that the door opened. A man walked in with a chart in his hand, Snow looked over at him with an indifferent expression. The man told him that it was time for Snow and Agatha’s match to begin. Snow sighed and acknowledged the man with a nod. Snow stretched, thrusting his arms into the sky and exhaled. Snow titled his head from side to side and walked through the door after the man left.
Snow then found himself walking through a tunnel. As he walked through the dark tunnel, the arena began to open up all around him and eventually, Snow found himself in front of a gigantic crowd. Snow looked around to see hundreds of people in the stands, cheering and booing. Snow tried to look through all of the spectators to try and see if he could find anyone that looked familiar to him but as he came up on the steps to the platform where he fight his opponent…he could find no one of familiarity. Snow spun around him to try and see if he could find anyone but it was to no avail. No one was there. Snow crossed his arms over his broad chest and kept his eyes on the tunnel, where his opponent would eventually appear. Snow was a little disappointed to say the least. However, since this was a tournament, he figured he could just let loose and have a little fun. Snow ran his right hand through his long hair and re-crossed his arms over his chest, standing in wait for his opponent…
The chants of the crowd inside the Coliseum walls rang out through the entirety of the arena, and they were even heard out in the camp of the terrace beyond the Lobby. Those who stayed behind to indulge in relaxing, good food, and storytelling had left their relatives and friends to indulge in the intense spectating. Those inside had journeyed inside the arena itself to partake in the spectacle of a lifetime, for no tournament at Olympus was ever the same, no fight ever replicated, and no combatants were ever recycled. There were of course respective champions, and recurring icons of the Coliseum fight scene, but there were only a few among those who had journeyed here this month. Fights went on and the crowd exclaimed loudly in approval and disagreement in the action, for many one on one duels were already taking place. The lists were long, with a total of seventeen participants, and a lone soldier with an unknown name being exempt from the first round. Many of the civilians had spoken about the mystery entry, yet none could place his identity by name. Agatha too had seen this on the lists of signed participants, and had also wondered who would be waiting in the second round for whomever advanced beyond this first.
The Athenian questioned her own motives in signing up for this tournament to begin with, and wondered to herself just how this was to aid in her task bestowed by Athena. To cure the worlds of the great Darkness, and bring about balance to the Light of the worlds, seemed an unfathomable and almost impossible task when vaguely thought upon. Though there were always more to the words of Gods, and she recalled what Arcenio had taught her when they touched base on the divine. Legendary heroes such as Hercules, Perseus and The Navigator had all been dealt cryptic tasks from their godly parents, and though she knew herself not to be a demi-god, she remained certain she too would uncover the meaning behind Athena's words. She remained faithful that they would grant her protection, and that in the end, an unwavering light would guide her path to the goal she sought. A day prior to the beginning of this tournament, Agatha agreed with herself that participating in this contest would allow her to meet new faces, that no doubt had come from other places in the stars to be here. She would be able to ascertain otherworldly presences and their purposes for their plights, and hopefully make some progress towards finding where this Darkness made its den.
Though that didn't go without saying, a good fight for fun never hurt anybody now did it?
That day prior had led her to the Lobby where she investigated the lists, taking note of several names that she did not immediately recognize. The name Aerynn stood out, yet she could not place it to a face, but she had a inertia feeling that she had encountered this individual before. Perhaps she was mistaken though, and so she did not put too much thought into the idea. After signing up she was told that the lists would be updated at the start of the fights, and so Agatha had returned to the nomadic camp to await results, as well as her inevitable fight against a stranger. One of the representatives had approached her near the middle of the afternoon, not long after one of the earlier matches had subsided and concluded. She was informed that her opponent had already arrived, and waited in the Lobby, though she was instructed to wait outside until they were present in the Arena itself. Agatha complied until she could hear the name of a fighter named "Snow Villiers" being hailed from the voice of the announcer, and assumed this would be the individual she was to face.
Agatha stood up from the bench she sat upon, and made her way to the Lobby. Her heart began to beat ever faster as adrenaline began to course through her veins, yet she retained a calm, collected composure to ensure she maintained her focus. She was a nervous wreck on the inside, simply because of the rush she felt from the pulsating sounds of the crowd beyond, yet there was no mistaking the resolve she held firm inside her heart. "...next is his opponent, hailing from the City of Thebes, I give you...Agatha!" hailed the man with the voice, which caused many of the locals in the crowd to begin a fervor of cheering and a orchestra of chants reciting her name. Agatha closed her green eyes slowly, and took a deep breath, before letting it out even slower. She then walked forward from the torch-lit safety of the Lobby, out into the bright sun of the Arena. She shielded her eyes at first, then took into account the massive size of the crowd, before laying eyes on the single man in black standing upon the tiles in the center of the battleground.
Her expression became stern as she recognized this man to be Snow, the other contestant that had been hailed only minutes prior, and she approached with courage to stand at the other side of the Arena's raised tile. She took a moment to examine her opponent; a taller man with shoulder length blond hair, and eyes as bright as the element he was named after. His build was impressive for someone dressed so oddly, yet it was something she took into account, as well as the gloves that had been tightened onto his fists. This man appeared to wield no weapons, and so she assessed him to be a melee fighter, though would not go so far as to presume that was his only talents. She looked to Snow's eyes, and gave a faint smile before her expression became focused again. "We are both here, so let us make use of the time," she stated, before light overcame both of her hands. When it dissipated both Starshatter and Cometfall were firmly grasped, and Agatha put one foot forward to take her traditional battle stance. She decided immediately to let Snow make the first move, out of respect, and to garner a perspective to his fighting style.
Snow didn’t hear many cheers when they announced him to the fighting platform. It was to be expected, though. Snow was very…unknown, to say the very least. Snow wasn’t really concerned with winning over the crowd either. Back then, in his “younger” years, he probably would have. However, he found himself to be a bit calm. After living for over 500 years, nothing really surprised Snow or got a shock out him anymore. There was always that one thing that would take him by surprise occasionally but after living for 500 years, Snow liked to think that he was ready for anything. In fact, the people here and the smiles on their faces lifted Snow’s heart…he hadn’t seen groups of people so lively since his NORA army. Snow smiled lightly at the crowd all around him, but then…things got really serious really quick. It was then that the announcer had introduced Snow’s opponent, Agatha. Snow quickly snapped his line of vision over to the tunnel, waiting for the emergence of his opponent. The crowd roared to life when the announcer mentioned where Snow’s opponent hailed from. Could this mystery opponent of his be someone that was from around here? Sooner rather than later, his opponent came into view…
Agatha was a female warrior, just as Snow suspected in the first place. She wore a clean white gown, with what seemed to be a blue metal belt. It was probably there to keep the warrior dress in place, so that the skirt wouldn’t fly up into her face when she fought. Long blond hair, a little pale, and she had an adornment in her hair. Other than what seemed to be out of the ordinary, she simply looked like a warrior. She looked like she was ready to fight. Snow didn’t see any weapon on her so he assumed that she was a martial artist just as he was. This was going to be interesting if that was the case, short maybe, but interesting. It was then that the young woman smiled at Snow, Snow shot a small smile back at her, just to be courteous. After all, this tournament was nothing serious. She greeted Snow and then in a big flash of light, a sword and shield appeared in her hands. This woman was something special. Snow raised an eyebrow at her, impressed by the way she summoned her weapon to fight.
She got into her fighting stance but she didn’t move, which meant to Snow that she was going to let him do the honors. Snow turned his back to her and stepped away from her a tiny bit to get a little space. This woman has a sword and shield. It would be difficult to hurt her since she was literally carrying offensive and defensive in both hands. Even if Snow could get her to get rid of one of the weapons, it was not as if she couldn’t use the other one to attack. A shield was just as good a weapon as a sword was. Snow then turned around and tilted his head to the right and left and rotated his shoulders around a bit.
”Alright, let’s get started! Time for you to show out, lady, bring it on! Show me those skills!”, Snow said, in a loud, booming voice.
Snow then got into his fighting stance; left foot in front of the right foot with his hands up. Snow then began to gather energy in his right hand. His hand than began to glow dark blue. He then thrust his right hand forward toward Agatha, in an attempt to cast Waterga, having a huge, gargantuan, high intensity water geyser will shoot up from below his enemies, unleashing a powerful water attack that can deal major damage due to the large area it can cover and the power that it has. From there, Snow, in order to gain an advantage, used his power as a L’Cie to jump high into the air. Keeping his eyes nailed upon his opponent, Snow then used Ruin; Snow conjured two medium sized balls of non-elemental energy and once the geyser went down, he went ahead and threw the two energy balls at Agatha. Once he landed on the ground, Snow then proceeded to cast Haste upon himself by waving his right hand in the air again to give him an advantage in speed… Actions Taken:
Action #1: Snow casts Waterga on Agatha
Action #2: Snow jumps and casts Ruin on Agatha
Action #3: Snow casts Haste upon himself Moves Used:
Waterga: Snow will gather magical energy in either his left or right hand. From there, that hand will glow dark blue and when he thrusts his hand forward toward his opponents, a huge, gargantuan, high intensity water geyser will shoot up from below his enemies, unleashing a powerful water attack that can deal major damage due to the large area it can cover and the power that it has. (3 post cooldown)
Ruin: This is a non-elemental attack. Snow simply conjures up a medium sized ball of non-elemental energy and he throws it at his opponents. Snow can throw two at a time; he can throw both at one single opponent or split it between two opponents. Deals light damage. (1 post cooldown)
Haste: Snow, with the wave of his hand can cast this spell upon himself or anyone he chooses. When he casts this spell, the overall movement and speed of the one whom this spell is cast upon will be doubled. (3 post duration, 2 post cooldown)
Green eyes kept their focus upon Villiers, until the announcer declared the match to start, which prompted Snow to pull his hand back as it began to glow. Agatha knew from a history of fighting spell casters that this wouldn't turn out well, judging from the power she felt coming off that glow in his hand, and so decided to attempt an interruption of the spell. There was no stopping it though, as a fierce, and immensely powerful geyser of water erupted from the earth behind her, causing the Athenian to stop and look back at her prior location. Shock overtook her expression, as she couldn't believe the amount of power that Snow had put into a spell, with the amount of time he had to cast it. There were no incantations, no required summon merely than a physical glow in his hand, and possibly a mental command to ignite the magic. As the spell began to subside, with the tiles of the platform becoming cracked and drenched, Agatha's brow became furrowed with that same determination again.
Though as she turned back to look towards Snow, she was caught off guard by the pair of Ruin spheres, which collided full on with her chest. Agatha was thrown backward onto her back as the non-elemental explosions ignited, causing her to hit the ground harder than expected, and blanketing her right side in a layer of dirt. She shook her head, cursing herself for making such a foolish mistake of a novice combatant, and slowly got to her feet. With sword and shield down to her sides, she watched as Snow landed before her, and cast yet another spell though this time upon himself. The effects didn't seem to affect much, though she was sure to keep her eyes on him this time, lest she wind up on the ground once more. This man was more adept with magic than anyone she had met before, yet he did not seem to carry an air of evil about him. Though that could have been said about Jayson before he betrayed Arcenio and herself, for she knew that every appearance could be deceiving just as much as it could be truth.
She was not familiar with magic buffs on oneself, and did not recognize the effects of Haste upon its casting, yet once Snow waved his right hand she was certain something else was a midst. Agatha knew she had to be cautious with this guy, yet she remained aware that she couldn't simply just stand here to take a beating. The crowd roared with approval from Snow's prior attacks, and began to chant the man's name following his display of skill. Agatha paid them no mind, but merely closed her eyes and shook her head solemnly, before snapping them open with a smirk at the man. She took several fearless steps forward, before she slowly began to pick up her speed, and soon was in a full out sprint in his direction. Agatha was determined not to be made out to look like the weaker link here, and she wanted to do as the man told her, to show him her skills with all that she had. "Your magic is impressive, but my will is unwavering!" declared the blond to the former Patron.
If he wanted to see her skills, then she would do just that. When Agatha got within a few feet from Snow, her grip on Starshatter tightened, just before the blade of the weapon became bathed in light. The Athenian then dashed forward into his personal space, and attempted to catch him off guard with her Imbued Combo skill. Four slashes were made; the first as diagonal uppercuts aimed for Snow's shoulders, with the following two were horizontal across his abdomen, before she would aim the closing shield bash to the man's face. Flowing with her momentum of the shield strike, she leaned into it, and aimed a stab of her sword towards Snow's right shoulder.
Action List 1. Dodge/Hit - Agatha manages to avoid Waterga, but is hit full on by Ruin 2. Attack! (Imbued Combo) - Agatha closed the gap on Snow with Imbued Combo, aimed as follows: (diagonal cut up| right shoulder, diagonal cut up|left shoulder, horizontal slash right|abdomen, horizontal slash left|abdomen, shield bash|face) 3. Stab! - Agatha aimed a timely stab to Snow's right shoulder, immediately following Imbued Combo Skills Used Imbued Combo – The blade of Agatha’s sword becomes bathed in light, before she dashes at an enemy to deal a swift four slash combo, ending it with a violent shield bash to knock them away. [2 post CD]
Snow had hoped to hit with his water spell but he knew it would be a long shot. Agatha looked like she had seen her fair share of battles and wars. However, Snow took solace in the fact that his insurance paid off, having watched his energy spell hit its target. He knew that nothing was serious right now. Those attacks were to just break the awkward air between them. They needed a reason to fight, so Snow was tasked with trying to deal the first blow. It was like having an ice breaker at a party where you knew no one except the friend that dragged you out of your house in order to mingle with others. Snow was not one to really instigate a fight but he didn’t mind seeing as how it was all for sport. Snow knew why he was here and Agatha knew why she was there. As Snow cast Haste upon himself, he could feel his body become lighter and he could also hear the crowd roar in favor of Snow’s actions. Snow couldn’t afford to lose focus but he was…kind of glad that the crowd was warming up to him. Agatha complimented him as well, but in turn, told Snow that she wouldn’t waver. This was exactly what Snow wanted out of every opponent he faced. He wanted the one he was facing at their very best so that he will know, for sure, that he could best them.
At this point, Agatha was charging full speed and that meant trouble for Snow, especially since his only weapon happened to be his fists and feet and she had a sword and shield in hand. Snow put his large fists up, getting into fighting position in order to ready himself for what was to come. However, he thought of something. Fighting someone was a mental game just as well as a physical one. Agatha wouldn’t be expecting him to charge and meet her face to face to duke it out in the middle of the arena. Besides, Snow would have to get in close anyway if he had any hope of doing any real damage on Agatha. Snow was…ok…at magic but he was at his best when he was throwing his hands and feet at his opponent. Snow’s true power lied in his martial arts and his defensive ability. Snow wasn’t exactly a master of magic. And so, with that in mind, Snow pounded his left fist into his right hand and ran straight at Agatha with his fists balled up and tightened. The fight was on now and there was no way that Snow was going to wimp out now because she had a blade and a shield.
Snow and Agatha soon got close and Agatha’s sword began to glow bright. Snow’s deep blue caught sight of the blade. He was going to have to stay away from it and try to keep the distance between him and Agatha close so he could counter. Agatha brought her sword up diagonally to his right. Snow, using his newfound speed and his knowledge as a fighter, swayed to the left and swayed to the right and her sword was brought up diagonally to his left. Snow moved to counter, thinking that she was done with her attack run but he was took two swift cuts to the abdomen. Snow winced at the attack and in reflex, hopped backward quickly, taking advantage of his increased speed, thereby avoiding the shield bash. Snow took a quick look at his abdomen to see two bleeding cuts, but it was nothing Snow couldn’t handle; being able to take hits was one of Snow’s specialties. Snow then saw that Agatha was going in for a stab to Snow’s right shoulder, and Snow decided to take it. Using his newfound speed, he used his Vendetta ability. Snow took to a defensive stance and began to glow red. When Agatha’s sword met with Snow in his defensive stance, it made a clanking sound as if the sword was hitting metal. Snow still felt the stab, it still hurt him but it didn’t penetrate his skin. From there, he absorbed the original force of the stab given by Agatha and attempted to counterattack using the same force that Agatha did with her sword stab by throwing a cobra punch to the face of Agatha, making a small leap to bring his right leg forward to feign a kick, then snapping the leg back while throwing a cross punch. With this attack…Snow’s tension and fighting spirit began to build…and if Agatha did not end this fight soon, she was going to pay for it… Actions Taken:
Action #1: Snow dodges the first two slashes of Agatha’s Imbued Combo but gets hit with the two abdominal slashes.
Action #2: Snow hops back from the shield bash of Agatha’s shield bash
Action #3: Snow uses Vendetta to block the sword stab and counterattacks with a cobra punch to the face of Agatha Moves Used:
Waterga: Snow will gather magical energy in either his left or right hand. From there, that hand will glow dark blue and when he thrusts his hand forward toward his opponents, a huge, gargantuan, high intensity water geyser will shoot up from below his enemies, unleashing a powerful water attack that can deal major damage due to the large area it can cover and the power that it has. (2 posts left)
Ruin: This is a non-elemental attack. Snow simply conjures up a medium sized ball of non-elemental energy and he throws it at his opponents. Snow can throw two at a time; he can throw both at one single opponent or split it between two opponents. Deals light damage. (Ready for use)
Haste: Snow, with the wave of his hand can cast this spell upon himself or anyone he chooses. When he casts this spell, the overall movement and speed of the one whom this spell is cast upon will be doubled. (2 posts left, 2 post cooldown)
Vendetta: Snow will get into his traditional defensive stance and he will begin to glow red. In this defensive stance, physical and magical damage is reduced to half whenever he is attacked from any point while in this form, however, Snow is capable of counterattacking in this form, going in for a huge haymaker. The more damage he receives in this form, the more powerful the counterattack will be. Snow is also capable of getting out of this defensive stance before three turns. So, Snow can wait for three turns to build up his counterattack from the damage he receives in this form, or if he feels that he has suffered enough attacks and damage, he can leave this defensive stance before the three turns are up. Snow can be forced out of this form by Limit Breaks and Finishing Moves. (No duration due to Snow cutting the ability early; 3 post cooldown)
Tension Build: This is a passive ability and it happens to be one of Snow’s strongest abilities due to the fact that it increases the overall strength, power, and tenacity of his finishing move, the Sovereign Fist. Whenever Snow attacks an opponent, his “tension” or rather his fighting spirit will start to build but he must keep attacking the same opponent for it to build. For every turn in battle he uses an attack, be it physical or magical on an opponent, the tension will build. However, if he goes to attack another person, then the tension build will reset. It starts 100% once he attacks, then his tension will go to 200% then 300%, until it reaches 500% MAX Energy every time he uses a physical or magic attack. Only when Snow attacks can the tension build up. When his tension increases, the overall power of his finishing move increases, which means that the Sovereign Fist can grow to be 5 times more powerful than it usually is. Once the tension builds to 500% MAX Energy, Snow must use Sovereign Fist immediately on the next turn, if he doesn’t then, then the tension build is lost and he will not be able to build it up again for the duration of the battle. Snow does not have to wait to reach 500% MAX Energy, which means that he can apply the augmentation given by the tension build ability at anytime it might be building. Snow cannot use this ability more than once in a battle; it is a one shot, after he applies the buff that this ability gives to the Sovereign Fist, he won’t be able to use this ability in that battle anymore. This means that the first time Snow uses Sovereign Fist in battle, the augmentation that the Tension Build ability gives will be automatically applied to Sovereign Fist. After that, Sovereign Fist will not be powered by Tension Build, given the fact that it can only be used once per thread. (Passive, active until Snow uses Sovereign Fist for the first time in battle, can only be used once per battle/thread, Tension has risen to 100%)
When Agatha charged fearlessly towards the blond haired man, she did not expect him to charge at her in return, but rather to take up a primed defense to expect oncoming blows. This strategy of Snow's was different than most opponents she had faced in the past, but was what most unusual, was the incredible speed with which he did all of this. Much to her surprise the first two blows of her Imbued Combo had missed, as she only managed to land her two horizontal strikes, yet fail on her finishing shield bash as the man avoided that too. The stab she aimed at his right shoulder felt as though it hit, yet as a red aura surrounded Snow and he countered with his cobra punch, Agatha had just enough time to slowly look in the direction of the oncoming blow, before a sickening sound of fist meeting bone and flesh filled the brief silence of the stadium. Agatha did not fall to the ground this time, but merely stumbled backwards a good five feet, nearly losing her balance before she struggled to regain her composure.
'For Athena's sake!' she thought to herself, surprised, shocked and cursing the pain that continued to shoot through the right side of her face. She bowed her head, and raised both of her occupied hands to frame either side of it, as a pair of fingertips graced her temples momentarily. No doubt there was a fierce red mark now gracing her face, and it wouldn't subside or relent for a good hour. She frowned immensely, while she tried to fight off the pain that flashed vibrantly through her sensory, slowly shaking her head. It wasn't long before she slowly lowered her hands, allowing them to tighten their grips on both weapons, just before her eyes snapped open to stare up at Snow. Determination, focus, and a hint of irritation could be evidenced in this look, as she waited for a split second before making her next move. She took this small amount of time to think and assess the developments of this battle.
'Strength. Lots of it. Speed, increased.'
Nodding in acknowledgement to herself, though noticeable to Snow and everyone watching, Agatha made a mental note of the changes. Rather than deciding to force and submit the opponent into a new strategy, something a naive Spartan would have done, she instead took the logical approach in changing her own. Agatha began to strafe in a radius around Snow, with a light jog of momentum to her right, while she aimed to keep an appropriate amount of distance from herself and those gloved fists of his. She knew he had more speed now, perhaps enough to match her own, but aside from his magic there was a good bet that he lacked range by simply using his fists. That was perhaps something she could make up for on her own part if she played this right. When she was close enough, Agatha threw out her shield hand, so her palm faced the stone pillar closest to Snow. Fire erupted from her skin, and hit the structured rock hard enough to weaken the stability near the base. The resulted was a series of cracks, as shards of rock fell from the pillar, just before it began to lean, and it eventually gave way to collapse onto the raised platform between Snow and Agatha. The thud was loud, as a cloud of dust rose from the impact, which rose to great enough heights to shield both herself and Snow from one another.
With the distraction enough to possibly catch her opponent off guard, Agatha wasted no time in seizing opportunity by the throat. She cut on her strafe to run at Snow's position again, before she leaped to the top of the fallen pillar's side, and bent her knees seconds before launching herself into a high jump. Her sword was brought in towards her shield, and the blade gathered energy in its form once more, before it was swung out to her right side in a powerful swipe. A crescent blade of energy was launched at Snow from her sword with this strike, and descended quickly to his location from her brief aerial vantage point. While she hoped her Apollo Blade would be enough to put her opponent on the defensive, she wouldn't let up and allow Snow to regain a point of attack on her. She landed several feet in front of his position, before she started in a run at him again. The sound of a blade being swung in a draw could be heard, as the image of her approaching form came to a halt, seconds before it vanished entirely. Agatha reappeared behind the melee fighter, after having dashed with great speed past Snow to make a single powerful slash at his form, leaving an after image of herself in her prior location (Blind Step). She cast a glance back over her shoulder to witness the results of her combined attacks, and whether Snow was able to remain standing against her light.
Action List 1. Creative Thinking - Agatha used Fire to collapse a stone pillar between herself and Snow. 2. Aerial Assault - Agatha leaped off the fallen pillar, and used Apollo Blade in mid-air, aimed for a grounded opponent. 3. Dodge This! - Agatha landed before using her Blind Step ability.
Battle Ticker: Agatha's been bruised on the right side of her face. Abilities Used Apollo Blade – Agatha charges golden energy into her sword before making a horizontal slash, which sends a crescent of light hurling at her opponent. [2 post CD] Blind Step – Agatha dashes past her opponent with blinding speed, creating an after image of herself, while she deals a powerful slash to them on her way by. [2 post CD] Fire – Agatha summons a ball of flame to hurl at an enemy [1 post CD]
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