Sword and Spectacle, Mk II [Plot Arc 4-D; 2/2] Dec 1, 2018 1:11:27 GMT
Post by D-Reaper Scout on Dec 1, 2018 1:11:27 GMT
Well, surely Mae wouldn't present too much of a problem, now, would she? At least that's what the Witchmon thought: surely that cat was just huddled in a heap somewhere, miles away from the fight!
It was what made the Witchmon confident enough to act so boldly - but she was quickly proven to not be a patient woman.
"...a-and what's keeping you from doing just that and killing us after I hand it over?"
"Don't matter, sweetheart." This was a battlefield, and she didn't have time to listen to him prattle. It was clear that he wasn't going to get rid of the Digivice, so the Witchmon went with her second option, pressing her free hand right against Carlos' stomach. Her response was immediate, and likely devastating, another Aquary Pressure fired at point-blank range against the pit of his gut. At this range and power, he'd feel a sharp pain, followed by a warm rush of blood and data surging from that point.
From there? Well, she'd give a whack at the hand that was holding the Digivice, hoping to simply see it skid out of his grip. "And hun, I don't have all the answers." She'd drop the man to the ground, before moving down to grip the back of his hair. "Baalmon, hun, we can wrap up here!"
The Baalmon, a mere ultimate, knew that he couldn't stand up against the Belphemon in a fair fight. All he could do was keep up the pressure, and more importantly, draw his attention. Dio's anger was a definite boon, the swordsman still able to keep his distance. As the chains rose and lashed against him, the swordsman would, once more, use his blade to parry. One was handled by movements of his feet to dodge, another by deflection with his sword, though the third would strike heavily against his back.
Yes, the Baalmon was hurt.
He'd find his power rapidly slipping...
Witchmon uses Aquary Pressure.
Baalmon holds a defensive posture.