As Aki moved out of the way, allowing herself to be just clipped by the punch, Rin growled in fury and jumped backwards.
The sandstorm she'd called up raged on around her furiously, howling and eating away at her enemy.
"Tell me. Why did you abandon Flit? He loved all six of us like his own flesh and blood, and this is how you're repaying him?"
Rin paused for a moment, remembering.
Flit had not been an unkind Trainer. But he had been too naive in taking the Pokemon that he had. Beasts such as the ones he saw fit to add to his team would only bow to humans when respect was built up over a long time between them.
As much as she had hated her time as a captive, Rin had not hated Flit. She had wished to escape, to return to her tribe, but she had served him nonetheless.
But when the chance had came, she had taken it. She had left with the four others, and had headed for her home once more. She didn't hate Flit, but she felt no allegiance to him for taking her from where she belonged.
But then Aki had come after them. She had killed the others. The others had left with varying degrees of dignity and peace, and she had killed them.
Rin would not forgive it. Aki would pay. And if Flit was accepting what she had done, Rin would show him just how easily a Tyranitar could crush the arrogant creatures that enslaved them.
"If he wants to know why, he can come find out himself," The Tyranitar growled towards Aki, her voice becoming terrifyingly demonic, raising her axe-sword high into the air as power built up within it, "Because there's absolutely no way I'm explaining myself to you!!!!!"
Rin had fought alongside Aki. She'd considered her a friend, almost. A comrade she'd fought alongside. As with Flit, she had not hated her.
But that changed when she struck the others down. All that existed for the Absol now was burning, violent hatred.
Rage flared even more, erupting outwards from the axe-sword as she swung it down at the ground.
Rin had no qualms with using this attack. Dread was immune to it, and it would be more than able to bring her enemy down to size.
So, as the axe-sword struck the earth with all the might she could afford, it burst into a violent Earthquake.