♩ ♫ Míresgaldir Calhaenra ♬ ♪ ☁I'm an elf. Is that a problem?☁
Theme of the Moment: N/A
"Well Sidney it's a pleasure to officially make your acquaintance." Míre thought it over for a bit, concluding that they may as well try it. He visibly cringed as several kraken threw themselves at the barrier, the kinetic energy transferring directly to him. That was the downside to his barrier magic. It stopped attacks yes, but the force behind those attacks had to go somewhere. Míre regained his composure, mentally grumbling 'Stupid Conversion of Energy theory... I need to practice more, build my stamina up so my barriers are more effective. Even better would be being able to find another place to transfer and diffuse the energy of the attacks. Unfortunately the second method is going to take some time. So I guess it's option one for now...' Looking at Sidney he said "Sounds like a plan. We can't take to long though. These barriers are a real pain, literally." He laughed at the last part, though it was the truth. Combing through his mental catalogue of spells, he found one that would be powerful enough to carry two. He stood in front of Sidney and let her climb on his back. Closing his eyes, he calmed himself, casting the spell. "Permissum nos labor lapsus in ventus(1)." The wind surged around them, pushing them upwards through the barrier, and dispersing it at the same time. They soared over the field of krakens towards the water. One of the krakens got enough air on its jump to slash his leg with its serrated suction cups. Swearing, Míre manipulated the wind to effectively turn said kraken into a bloody pile of mush. The two of them landed in the water, Míre let Sidney off his back. Krakens were closing in on them, so Míre was forced to throw up another barrier. "Ventus obex!(2)." The krakens threw themselves at it in large groups. Each impact causing a visible backlash in Míre. He wasn't sure how long he'd be able to hold the barrier. Shaking his head, Míre steadied himself. As much as it may hurt, he needed to deal with it. Sidney needed time, so he'd get her the time she needed. The gash on his leg wasn't too deep, but it made concentrating a little harder.
"Okay, Sidney. Right now all my focus is on keeping this barrier up. Now's your chance to score yourself some more points." he said, doing his best to keep the mood light. As long as they kept their spirits up, there was always room for a little 'magic.' He knew they could get out of this so long as they gave it their all. 'Now if only my leg would stop hurting...' he thought, chuckling to himself.