Roar of the Dragon [Plot Arc 4-XA] Jan 30, 2019 1:23:46 GMT
Post by D-Reaper Scout on Jan 30, 2019 1:23:46 GMT
Megidramon's passive, 'Fallout', is currently negated by heavy rainfall.Underestimating?
Not at all. Ferocious and out of his mind as the dragon may had been, it hadn't underestimated a single opponent here, and judging by that tight group around the Rasielmon, he wasn't about to start now. The Megidramon had a very good reason for going after Mae first:
One utterance was all that was given before the Megidramon once more prepared his attack - though, admittedly, Mae's retort managed to come through quite clear, the Sefer Raziel connecting with, and penetrating through, that thin layer of plasma at the side of his chest. As his armor further gave way, he grit his teeth and forced himself to endure, preparing his Plasma Barrage. His fangs quickly generated a massive ball of plasma - and the same would form in both of his claws.
Which meant that Mae would be encased inside that radiant material.
The dragon's fangs would click, hearing the declaration of a Moonstone Ray in the relative distance - oh, that bunny was helping that Fladramon? Fine, then he could help this one too! Both the plasma ball in his fangs and the one containing the Rasielmon would be flung in Toki's direction, the former aiming to land right in the crater that contained the Fladramon, and the latter right on top of Toki's position. The Moonstone Ray itself would successfully strike the outer arm, fully breaking the Megidramon's second gauntlet.
That, of course, left the elephant in the room - Solarimon. To Cassandra and her partners, this might have been seen as a way to salvation in this fight - but Megidramon noted something else.
The sheer straightforwardness of its stance. That sudden surge of power. That triumphant, straightforward plunge to try and push through his chest.
"You have no idea how to use that."
The Megidramon's declaration was blunt, simply raising that last third of his plasma barrage towards those blades of light. It was with that hand - holding what amounted to superheated metal - that he would meet to both try to draw and deflect that straightforward stab, off to his side. The attack would at least buffer the sword, though he still grit his teeth, feeling the blade cut underneath his arm in that swift action. Still, if he'd manage that, the Solarimon would manage to make the dragon slither backwards, the 'hazard' sign on its chest now glowing a deep red.
He'd give a grin - and turn tail from the Solarimon, instead approaching the group of three, head-on! So soon after his last attack, he'd pile it back on the other three, both of his sets of claws claws giving an intense red pulse as he let forth his Radiating Slash, three lashes sent from each hand. Mae would see it first, even if still encased in that plasma: three of them threatened to tear straight over the fallen Fladramon, even digging a good distance into the earth, while the other set threatened to cut through Toki where he stood!
... Not to mention that the Megidramon still approached them with the force of an effective bullet train!
Mae's Safer Raziel further damages Megidramon's chest. His armor is now entirely ineffective in his midsection, but the Megidramon puts on a front to try and hide damage.
Toki's Moonstone Ray destroys Megidramon's remaining gauntlet.
Biohazard's Duration is 1/3.
The first action is used to create 'Plasma Barrage', encasing Mae in one of the claw's projectiles. Two of the plasma spheres are sent to attack Fladramon and Toki.
The third ball of plasma is used in an effort to parry Solarimon's 'Twenty Sword'.
Megidramon decides to engage the three megas instead of Solarimon, approaching the more-wounded looking group at full speed. 'Radiating Slash' is used for the second action to slice through Fladramon's and Toki's positions, after they would deal with 'Plasma Barrage'.