Darron stopped and just hug off the wall looking in the direction where Chi's energy was coming from along with the energy of another person with higher power. |May I ask what your doing in my teritory?| Darron asked the unknown power mentally.
May--with her arms still around her pupil--teleported onto the wall and looked down at Darron. "Your territory eh??"
Chi looked between the two with confusion. "Lady May, is something wrong?"
A large vien poped out in her forhead between the blond bangs. "Of course something's wrong! I didn't train you so hard so you could spend all your time with someone from the Dark Lords." She hissed out the words like they were sour to the taste. It was nothing personal against Darron, she just had some bad history with them.
Darron shook his head as he flipped to a standing postion and looked the god in the eye's "what is the trouble with someone who works with the dark lords" he asked as a flash goes off and Oron appears. Oron waved his hand sending Darron were he need to go and then looked at May "he is not only a Dark lord server but if you still have a problem with him deal with it tomorrow he is needed else where" Oron snarled as he vanished in a flash.
Slait was messing around in the forest today, With a large wooden sword. It was designed to look like a regular samurai blade, But it was as heavy as he could possibly make it. He filled the inside with pure lead...
His train of thought was along the sport of baseball, That he had read about in the military's library. Players used small, Heavy weights on their bats. So when they did practice swings, Each swing made the bat easier to swing. When they reached the plate, They swung harder and faster then they normally would, Supposedly...
So, He easily interpreted this stratagy to work with a training sword. Perhaps he would always swing faster and harder, If he practiced long enough...
Sergius whistled as he walked out into the courtyard. He was still a bit sore from the recent kidnapping, but had been steadily recovering at the base to the point where no trace remained other than a few small bruises
Chiharu looked up from her work and quietly closed her laptop.
"Sergius, hey." She smiled lightly as he walked outside, and she got up to greet him.
"You feeling any better?" She asked, looking him over curiously.
Inside, Chiharu was still humming away as she poured the batter into the little decorated cups and slid the pan into the oven...
"Me? I'm...the same as always." She replied easily and lightly wrapped her arms around him as he stretched. "You look...really attractive...really attractive. I'm surprised." This last part came very quiet, as she never ment for it be said allowed in the first place.
Chiharu was now sitting by the oven as her cupcakes baked.
"C'mon! Hurry up!" She cheered them on, plastering her face to the little window.