Sora held his hands up slowly. This girl in front of him seemed to carry her weapon on her side. Nothing like his friends back home… or Organization XIII for that matter. He took a quick glance around and saw a few of his allies.
“Looks like neither of us is alone. I don’t think this is the kind of place that we should fight in. Plus, I’d totally win.”
With the last line, he gave a slightly arrogant smirk and passed his thumb across his nose. Taking a more relaxed stance, his hands went behind his head, his left foot moving behind his right. “What’s your name?” he asked, both out of curiosity and cockiness.
He frowned at her reply and stood straight with his arms crossed. “Well, that’s not nice.” Turning away, he went to the counter.
“Do you have any potions?” he asked the man behind the counter, holding up one as an example. “I don’t want to run out.”
Upon being told it was a sports store, Sora looked at the man in confusion. With a shrug, he turned to leave the shop. "I'll look somewhere else."
As he left the shop, he glanced back at the girl again, not knowing what she was gonna do. "If you're lost, we could help you find who you're looking for," he said, though more out of hope and belief than any actual facts.
Upon leaving the shop, he was stopped by a giant bee. He'd seen her on the train and back in the last place they were in, but she was just now introducing herself. "Nice to meet you," he smiled, offering the queen a handshake.
After the royal giant insect accepted the handshake, he would simply smile and move on to the next shop, hoping to find someone selling potions. Whether he'd find them or not, he'd then begin heading back to the first shop to wait outside for anyone else heading to lunch.
Level 1 [2/10]
Delsin cheered in victory for simultaneously taking out 2 of the monsters, though it immediately stopped as he looked down and cursed at the deep water below. Treading water, he looked around at the monsters. He couldn't fight like this.
Luckily, Link was quick to come to his rescue. "Thanks," he smiled, apparently standing on ice. Once he was out of the water and could fight again, he began rapidly dashing around, hoping to gather the monsters' attention on himself. Some, he had to shoot with a burst of flames or whack with his chain, but he got as many as he could.
While trying to daze one in front of him with a few on his tail, he ended up getting tossed in the air. It was then he took stock of what all they were fighting. Not only were there fish monsters, but there were also some bigger ones that looked like sharks, though they were quickly being dealt with, and some ball-shaped things that seemed to be self-replicating.
This wasn't going to be fast.
"I wish I had bigger attacks," he said to himself, grabbing another fish monster and throwing it into the group that was focused on him.
He found it relatively easy to keep the fish monsters’ attention on him, allowing the others to pick them off. When there were only a few left, he emptied his tank of fire blasts, killing any murlocs left. He was exhausted.
There were still the bouncing ball monsters but enough of the others seemed to have a handle on them. With what little energy he had left, he dashed over to Bowser’s side. “Hey, big guy,” he spoke, obviously out of breath, “is there any way you could start burning something so I can recharge?”