Despite the fiery sword that descended down upon the pirate Captain Valar, The Captain of the Shade Pirates remained calm over the oncoming attack that is parted in a good chunk of explosions. “Concealing Night,”
The area upon the reach of Flint blade turned into the shadows in a mere instant, despite the wild explosions that have taken place. But the feeling of a chunk of metal shows that the attack did not get through.“Tsk……”
Captain Vara hissed at the sight of the looming oncoming Dragonfire.
Reaching on his power, Valar Expanded the range of his shadows, a trail of shadows were left upon for the forests of the Brown isle.
A whirling slash of his sword was heard from the area of darkness. The same sound as the one used on the first exchange of attacks with Alesia.
The Parting Winds
soared out of the reaches of his sword, to collide with the dragonfire from above.
Swamps of Brown Isles
The dragonfire surged through with a rippling roar from the massive creature. A pillar of fire rained down the eerie forests. Tall trees burst into flames from the slightest embers. The fires of the dragon consumed the area around the two Captains. The air blurred around the scorching of dragonfires. The flimsy ground of the swamps shook as the Dragon's roar descended down the Swamps. Blackened trees toppled down one after another. Varla’s blade was drawn. That technique of the blade, Alesia had seen it twice. She was expecting for this to happen, in one way or another. If mere dragonfire could take him down. Aelsia lightened her weight against the shifting grounds of the lone swamps. She was sure that it was deliberate, but the reach of the winds did not go as far as the one that is unleashed at the crew of the scarlet Pirates.
Within the Burning Swamps
The captain of the Shade pirates seemed to have played the outcome to his own advantage. The surroundings of the site of battle between Valar, Flint and Alesia, was surrounded with dragonfire.
Valar frowned at the current situation. The suriging wind of Valar had Carved a small space within the relentless fire. But the anguished screams of Valkar’s crew had echoed beyond the ring of fires. “You should be concerned with yourselves first. Both of you are cut off from your crewmates.”
A familiar swing of his blade, and the shifting winds
drew the dragonfire towards the black haired captain. That was out of what Alesia had expected to use her crewmate’s attack to his advantage. “Night Wind
”, the fires had started to darken from the fruit abilities of the enemy Captain. “Block that attack for me, I’ll try something.”
Alesia sneered at the sight of the menacing dragonfire. The last thing that she would want would be them fighting a person like Valar without the sense of sight. Thrice had she seen Valar did something like this, she hoped that this would go the way that she wants. With one stab towards the back, the winds extended beyond the tip of her blade, as the volley of winds surged beyond the walls of dragonfire.
The ground of the swamps rattled from the Dragonfire, and the Black Wind had been swept away by the dragonfire. A tint of grey still remained along the dragon.
Upon the falling trees, there is a realisation that the current area that Adam had scoured towards is the cliffside. Not far from the cliffside was a pirate flag. A pirate flag along with a few scrambled chairs and a couple food supply. On the ground was painted with an axe, but it was a symbol of a Jolly Roger rather than an actual X sign from the map. X marks the treasure, what the drunken pirates said back in the bar had some sort of truth to it.
The unstable ground had unearthed the corner of the wooden chest. Rattling sounds could be heard within the treasure box. Now that the Black Wind has been subsided by the dragonfire, to dig the treasure would be a good one.
The White Pearl@EnterTheHero@Stern Algorithm
Arafal had found the whole charade to be less of a point. He was honestly prepared for a battle of some sort, but from how things goes, it would more be an exchange of words than blades here. And a very obvious question on why not to arrest her. It makes it harder to believe on the whole story, not that he would trust on that, anyhow.“That’s a good question, Miss Handel. Most of the time, you wouldn’t be able to attack me should you happen to be a member of those Cipher Pol. and I wouldn’t be able to attack you too. So it makes it a fair one?”
Arafel nodded at the statement. It was obvious that he was only pretending to believe on the Cipher Pol story.“And I don’t fight battles I can’t win. I suppose our exchange of words is over? There’s a new guy at the harbour.”
Arafel stood up to have a clear view from the side of the ship, and a sniff could be heard. “An unfamiliar face down there… I would be putting up on an act now, just a harmless crew pet here.”
Lying along the railings of the ship, Arafel took a quick good look towards the piers, taking a few glances at Coyote.