SOCT-Round 3Leona leaned on the corner of the square opposite of the gates that stood beside the Municipal building. A cold breeze blew through the extra layers she wore. She hated winters, or at least most of her did. A small part of her enjoyed the longer nights, and absents of the warmth of the sun, simply because of the discomfort it added to most people. It made her job, in most cases, easier. The only thing that can make a dark alley more scarier is the cold dark night of winter...SOCT-Round 3 by eBend
Another breeze went through her thin frame, she shivered. She didn't want to be here under this grey sky, she didn't want to feel the grip of her mask, she just wanted to leave both far behind in this, and all the other terrible cities she had been to. But the part of her crushed these longings with unforgiving reason. It was hopeless, and she sank to the ground.
Sensing warmth, she looked up to find a bright face looking at her. Leona felt part of her die when she remembered this was her opponent. At least she'd
OB-OCT Round 1 entry page 3Juno leaped on Geuleu's shoulders, hooked the swords on his back before he trying pulling off his helmet. He even tried twisting it around. Of course Geuleu wasn't happy about this at all and tried getting Juno off. Unfortunately his armor didn't allow the flexibility to grab Juno who kept shifting to stay out of reach. Juno jumped up to the second floor balcony.OB-OCT Round 1 entry page 3 by eBend
Frustrated, Geuleu used his claws to get up the balcony, where he saw no one, and no sound. He stood alert waiting....
Juno had in reality clung on to the top of the pillar that extend onwards to the ceiling and he was looking down at this opponent pondering the nature of his armor. It was strong yes, but from looking at the old scars showed it didn't crack, it just bended. Even the massive pressure he had put on it had only left a dent. Why? Either way Juno doubted he could pierce it, therefore the only chance of winning would be to bypass it and attack the person within. He considered the shops he had passed and o