Muu would have gone mad. In the short time the group had been together, not even a day, the brunette grew awfully fond of the new healer. A sweet, gentle, caring and genuinely nice person. A ray of light in the darkness. Thus, the girl could consider herself somewhat lucky as she had quite literally no time to divide any attention to the ongoings behind the axe-wielding warrior.
There was only him, his axe, her, and the ice beneath their feet. A trance, of sorts. It was difficult. Truly difficult. But for the first time in a long time, she also felt confident. It didn't matter that she couldn't pierce the skeleton's armour to make him bleed. It didn't matter that its empty eye sockets made it just that much more difficult to read its next moves. It didn't matter that his axe, despite his size, was capable of surprisingly quick swings.
There was no frozen Matteo or Gwyn. No charging Ettamri. No chickening out Ash. It was only her and the opponent. In any other situation, on an actual battlefield, this would have likely spelt death. But here? Muu was the weakest of the bunch, so being able to take out an entire opponent by courtesy of keeping him engaged had to account for something. She needed the experience anyway, and she couldn't deny the thrill felt somewhat... fun. Even the pain in her back and the growling of her stomach was currently nothing more than a faint memory.
Nonetheless, it was questionable just how far she could go with her tactic. Her short pommel strikes could bring her only so far, and the skeleton's fighting prowess didn't seem to wane no matter what. No matter how often she struck him. And, ultimately, didn't it mean this was a battle of attrition? That's not how Blade Dancers work.
No. The brunette needed a bigger weapon. Later, she could ask her Master for advice against such an adversary, but right now? This blade simply wouldn't do. Luckily for Muu, this weapon was right in front of her, wielded by the very thing she was set to defeat. She only had to try and disarm him. The girl had managed to strike the monstrosity over various places before, so, surely it couldn't be that hard to focus on his hands? Clearly it didn't seem to feel any pain but maybe, just maybe, the bones would start cracking...