Her knee fell from his grasp, narrowing her eyes at how easily it seemed he stopped the attack, but she knew she had to take things a bit more seriously now that her backup was gone. Her feet had barely touched the ground before she bounced back just enough to give her proper space and dug her planted foot into the ground and charged right back in. So far she had been less relying on Gyoza to take out or hurt this guy, but to distract him to allow her to get shots in. It felt like they were close to the same power, but clearly he was holding something back. Now that his attention was firmly on her it felt off, and frankly it annoyed her.
With the way she was fighting earlier, and that little stunt her now ex-ally, running off into the snow half-naked now, had pulled attacking her, she hadn't been using her reserves and tactics all too well. She hated to admit it, but even if this was just some training spar she wanted to win, and if she was going to chances were he was going to have to make a mistake. Rushing back in as she was going to the well once more, throwing a hard knee, not at his head but his gut.
Due to my mistake, I forgot Overflowing ignores fizzle. So I am adding the damage in this post.
Kamae moved out of the way of her knee, chuckling at her words. He would take a few jumped back, creating distance from himself and the girl. She was strong, and fast, fully capable of dealing good damage to him. Yet now was the time to really put forth some effort. Kamae took a long drawn breath, resting as he got his strength back. He was also going to let the girl get some rest, to amuse himself a little bit longer. After all, he was just enjoying the fight for what it was.
"As you wish."
Kamae stated before holding up his hand to point at the girl and unleashing a barrage of fire balls in her direction. She was a pretty straight forward attacker it seemed, and Kamae was also the same way. A brute force fighter versus a brute force fighter. An interesting match up that could give him plenty of fun. He wondered what else she knew, and if she was able to transform like he was. He would need to be careful if that was the case. He didn't want to be caught unaware by her transformation, however he felt confident in his own powers.
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Again and again her attacks missed, feeling like for each one that landed another two were going to flop. When she pushed him and put real effort into trying to land a blow she managed to at least force him to react, but trying to brawl was leaving her no where fast. The best the she could feel was annoyed relief as her feet touched the ground, thankful she wasn't on her back again. Their strengths were close, but he always seemed just a bit faster, which was usually her thing. Wearing down an opponent with quick strikes, but her speed just wasn't enough here.
She needed a plan or she was going to be on her ass before she knew it, and charging in face first wasn't cutting it. Despite wanting to do just that, she was immediately stopped by a face full of incoming ki blasts. Spreading her feet and powering up the aura around her legs, she jumped forward towards them, meeting them just as head on and kicking them away with brightly glowing kicks. Each kick brought her closer to him again, melting the snow with each step. When close enough she spun and threw a large ki ball from her foot back in his direction.
Kamae kept firing even as she deflected his blasts away from him. Her ability to use kicks was almost the opposite of his own, making him smile at her opposite style. He preferred punches when fighting, so to see this girl attacking him as she was felt amusing to watch. The ki blast deflected back at him was swatted to the side. Yet he was not finished yet, deciding to try attacking this time around. The demon held up a hand for a moment, black flames of a different hue appearing around it.
Yet before he could strike, the demon felt a strong pulling. His eyes turning to look to the east before a disgruntled growl emitted from him. He was needed elsewhere it seemed, and he didn't have time to delay with this match anymore. The attack soon disappearing from his palm as he turned his attention back to his opponent.
"It would seem that our little match must come to an end. I am needed elsewhere."
Kamae stated, standing his ground a moment before turning to start leaving.
"The name is Loki by the way. A pleasure to meet you ruby... The next time we meet, it won't be a friendly spar. Prepare yourself."
Kamae was certain this girl was going to stand in his way eventually, but if she did, he would crush her then. But for now she had served her purpose of passing time.
The ki blast was deflected away as she landed back on her feet, flexing her muscles and getting ready for what looked like an attack being charged. It was hard to tell what had happened, but something distracted him, and reflectively she looked off to the side, thinking maybe the other guy had shown back up and she was do distracted she missed it, but she couldn't see or feel anything there or coming towards them. For a moment she thought about kicking him while he was distracted, but his face and the noise he made caught her off guard further, making her stand up more straight and take a step back.
"Did someone shine a light in the sky I ain't seein'?"
It took her a moment further to fully relax and take another step back, seeing he wasn't simply trying to get her to drop her guard. As quickly as the entire situation had started it looked as if it was done with.
"I'll get a new pair of boots to put upside your head just for the occasion.
She wasn't real sure if they would ever meet again, as it was a big world, but she was always looking for people to push her in a fight, and she could say he did that if nothing else. Perhaps she'd go looking for him just for that reason.
"Don't go losing any fights till I see you next."
Sighing as he was leaving she rolled her next and began heading back for her ship. There was no need to call for anyone or yell for doors to open as they were ready, knowing she wouldn't be in much of a mood for waiting on anything now. Grumbling to herself as she walked up the ramp, she smacked the intercom button near the exit ramp as the door closed.
"Let's get out of here and find me something to do."