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High Alert [Genzo]

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on Wed Feb 06, 2019 2:36 pm

Hatsuharu
The town was in the middle of rebuilding after the attack and the Knights were on full-alert. Not because they were afraid there was going to be another demon incursion in Orchidia. There were no signs of that yet, at least according to the scholars. What they were looking for were thieves and dumb demon worshippers who had become a huge nuisance around town. Obviously, most houses had too many unrepaired holes in their walls—which meant it was a field day for even the worst of the thieves. They just had to walk in and sweep the area of all valuables.

To add to the trouble, there were also some sightings of wannabe cultists and demon worshippers, who have been messing with the poor Earth mages who were assigned on repair duty. Most of them were Apprentices or volunteers, and they weren’t prepared to deal with the aggressive mob. So, even Haru wasn’t spared on the patrol duty that evening. He was to keep a look out at the market streets where the most crime have been happening.

Haru didn’t expect much trouble. None of the reports indicated anyone strong or fearsome. It was just a bunch of hooligans. So, even if they did show up, it wasn’t something he couldn’t handle. Or so he thought. When did things ever go like he expected, however?

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on Fri Feb 08, 2019 11:10 am

Genzo
He spat out blood. The coat of the metallic tang was not so easy to get rid of though. He grunted as he slowly peeled himself off the ground. Staggering, he used his arm to prop himself against the very wall that he'd just been flung against. He coughed up some more blood, before using the back of his white sleeve to wipe it off as he attempted steadying himself yet again. Took just one good knock! Is this what mom wanted for me? he thought bitterly.

He was so much weaker than what he used to be, not just in terms of his magic, but also in terms of his physical state. He was just not as swift or as strong as he once was. In fact, he could swear he even felt pain more acutely than he ever had in the past. The only thing that kept him standing was his own sense of honour. He doubled over a little again though, his free hand helplessly and defensively curling against the stomach that had just been punched.

The men standing in the distance guffawed. 'A kid like you shouldn't be out here stopping us, boy!' one of them exclaimed, barely able to form words as he continued to chortle in a demeaning way. The strongest of the lot made his way towards Genzo, with a quick tug at the scruffs of his collar he was lifted straight off the ground and flung into the main street like a rag doll.

He still had the sharpness of his mind. While channelling his magic felt much tougher than before, he managed to create a billow of snow which poured out from his hands. It provided a soft padding of snow when he landed. He slipped on the cool compressed surface, before he skidded to a stop. He looked up and saw that he'd fallen someone's feet. The man's face was a silhouette against the soft glow of the winter sun. He could vaguely make out the robes and the spiked hair. His attackers made their way into the street cheering... Swiftly, he scrambled to try and get up again, this was so beneath him.

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on Fri Feb 08, 2019 2:26 pm

Hatsuharu
The patrolling seemed to be going fine. So far, he had not witnessed anything out of the ordinary. However, all of a sudden, he saw someone be flung into the main road from one of the narrower alleys. The white-haired young man was going to have a nasty fall, but managed to cushion it with his magic. His reflexes and the way he handled being thrown showed that he was not new to fighting. Quick thinking. While the snow dampened the brunt of the fall, it didn’t allow for a graceful landing and the teen rolled to a halt right under Haru. The Knight immediately offered a hand to help him up.

One laugh and Haru got the picture. He turned towards the one laughing. A large beefy man with a wooden bat walked towards where the two were. His posse hung back a few meters, waiting to see how else their strong bully was going to entertain them. “Didn’t find anyone your own size to bully?” Haru asked, unaware that what he said might sting Genzo more than it did the thug. The man guffawed more as he raised his bat to take a swing at Haru.

The orange-haired Knight sighed softly. He put up his left arm lazily to block the attack and the wooden bat broke, barely doing anything to his hand. Before the shock of failure could kick in, Haru’s other fist had found its way straight into the beefy thug’s gut. The goon fell down groaning while his little gang scattered in different directions, hoping Haru doesn’t follow any of them.

Once he was certain they were all gone, Haru turned towards Genzo with a smile, unaware that he was looking at a member of the Phantom Lord guild. “You okay, kid?” he asked, as he raised his hand to pat his shoulder.

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on Sat Feb 09, 2019 10:04 am

Genzo
Genzo rolled over quickly and sat up in the snow cushion he'd made. Luckily the weather helped the white fluff retain its form somewhat, otherwise he'd have found himself sitting in a puddle. Very elegant. He smacked the helping hand away, on principle. No one offered Genzo Shimada pity, that wasn't going to change just because circumstances lead him to get a little beat up. How ever, declining help proved to be a bad idea.

In his eyes he ended up embarrassing himself further as he got to his haunches and got up much like a very old man with creaky knees would. He groaned, but endured the pain, at least to stand straight and square his shoulders. He didn't get the colloquial saying and took it for face value.  'Indeed, they should've picked someone fat, lazy and slow like them.' his voice was raspy, it was clear that it was a struggle to speak, yet he would definitely not lose an opportunity to throw verbal jabs at the men who'd roughed him up.

'I don't think any of them have worked a day in their lives...' Genzo spat, extremely bitter that it wasn't even a worthy opponent that had served to take him down.  He watched the orange haired man break a bat with his block. Genzo frowned. Just because you can do something, doesn't always mean you should. he thought, holding his tongue, but making a mental note to let the guy know that there were better ways to handle the situation without sustaining any damage at all.

His strength was something to appreciate though. Now he would serve as someone interesting to fight. He would've been fun to wrestle with, had Genzo still harnessed even the shadow of his former glory. The Shimada's deduction was right though, not only did these men have no prowess in combat, they were quick to disperse when their apparent leader took a hit. Genzo's expressions betrayed much disgust as he couldn't help but walk up to the fallen bat wielder and kick him hard in the side. 'Bloody ass, won't even get up to finish this honourably.' he muttered before the orange-haired man turned to him and asked some kid if he was okay. 'What kid? Where?' he turned to address the guy sharply. 'ME?' he barked when the reference dawned on him.

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on Sat Feb 09, 2019 12:07 pm

Hatsuharu
Haru frowned and smirked at the same time when Genzo swatted his hand away. Someone’s got pride. He could appreciate that quality; but this one was taking it a little too far. Haru watched as he got back on his feet and it took a great deal of effort to not laugh. Thankfully, the goon with the bat distracted him from the frost mage long enough.

The gang scattered leaving their boss grunting and groaning on the ground. The Knight watched as the bullied teen took advantage of the moment and kicked the thug a few times as he was writhing in pain already. He let him vent for a bit, but had to intervene eventually. “Stop… before you kill him,” he said. He followed it with the question. The question that made the white-haired boy even angrier.

The boy was rather short, which prompted Haru to assume he was around fifteen or so. “Yeah, you,” he said, pointing a finger at Genzo. “Are you hurt?” he asked. Not that he could help if he was hurt. His healing magic was gone. But he could at least take him to the nearest clinic if it was something that needed addressing.

Haru was having fun teasing him a little. So, he went on with a cheeky grin. “What’s your name, kid?” he asked, emphasizing the last word. The Knight had no idea how much he was going to regret pissing off the half-brother of his love interest.

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