Dashade was pleasantly surprised by the success of his strategy that, despite a few hiccups with the realization of the 'few second' rule, was working very well in repelling the threats around him. Every orb that came into contact with his ki was backed up by some force, enough to shove him a few paces if he was caught off-guard, but the faster and bulkier the orbs got, the more Dashade's strategy came back to just letting him keep up and survive. It was doing nothing to give him a leg up in this training. "These orbs use numbers and speed to keep us in line, a strategy of full offensive actions to force the enemy off their toes.."
Batting the latest batch away, he found one particularly big cluster coming his way. Instead of trying to force it away this time, he went to block it with his ki, allowing it to push him back, but due to the curve, it came to hit him at the cluster pushed him skyward. "It is time to move from the defensive and start on the offensive"
From his position in the air, he felt the squirming clusters working through his thin ki barrier, any longer and they would either explode or work through and zap him once more. Instead of pushing them away, he ignited his ki, turning his ki barrier into a blast that slammed into the offending cluster and sending it back into the ground. More orbs followed suit, prompting him to respond with more ki barrages, forcing some to explode early and take out the surrounding orbs as he backed away. As he moves, he pushed his feet into the ground, his toes curling and ripping dirt from the ground as his body zoomed around the area. This kicked up a whole storm's worth of dirt that flew up and coated the persuing orbs, which Dashade hoped would slow them down and thus make them easier targets.
When the Angel mentioned the purpose of relying less on his basic senses, on forcing his body to reflectively observe his surroundings without his eyes, he closed his eyes, trying to force himsef to focus more on the blinding minefield of ki signatures that surrounded him. He could not sense Angel was an anomaly that could not be sensed, a blank spot in the field. But Dashade could feel Zepura's power and ferocity as she continued with the exercise, she was certainly the strongest of the three. The reading he got on the ferocious feline, Kriss, indicated that Dashade himself was at the middle of them all in terms of power.
Strange enough, despite the swirling horde of ki that flooded the area due to the orbs, Dashade could almost make out a few different ki signatures. Not like the ki orbs, certainly not as powerful as any of them, but just detectable. "I think we might have an audience..."