Kuraudo's roar is like oil upon the fire of a warrior's spirit. Something not dissimilar to the cry of forlorn berserkers when they howl in bloodthirst. It could be that a dark hope yet lingers within the ex-SOLDIER's self, anxiously awaiting release; some slowly bubbling brutality he could only benefit from submitting to. Such a delicious prospect the one-winged angel cannot help but nurture.
Sefirosu's opener is an act of insertion when he halts on his leading right boot at a touch below maximum range. A thrust of Masamune by his outstretched arms t'ward the heroic heart of his battle-hungry “brother”. Merely a friendly nibble by the hydrated tooth as the crying clouds calm their tears. Only the ominous rumble of thunder pervades the atmosphere still lush with lightning.
Hack & Slash
The ire sprint shows Kuraudo at rare form. There's no one else that can churn his emotions better than Sefirosu. It's as if his fuse has been lit and the explosion manifested into an onrush. Now that animus is channeled through the First Tsurugi, ready to elicit a violent touch. All before leaving a long scar upon the roof of the mountain.
When approaching Sefirosu, whose blade it poised to pierce flesh, Kuraudo parries the attack. He brought the First Tsurugi, while running, horizontally to his chest. The breadth of the sword is used as a shield, ceasing the heart-picking tip of the Masamune. Afterwards, with his right hand bracing the back of the First Tsurugi, Kuraudo pushes the Masamune off to his left. He then motions the sword overhead to perform a downward slash in mid dash. His last step--left foot--stops at the waking point of the strike.
Our hero is well into the depths of the lengthy Masamune's range. So profound, infact, at least half of its reach is beyond the ex-SOLDIER. Far too stifling for an immediate counterstrike. Though despite this offset, will Sefirosu be able to avoid a deep cleave to his left trapezius?
Last edited by Kuraudo; 03-14-2013 at 01:28 AM.