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Post by The Edge on Fri Oct 05, 2018 7:41 pm

There were many results Chizue had suspected to see when she turned around. She hadn't felt an impact against her gauntlets, so the targets had either evaded or been taken out by the chains. She was prepared to be met with some form of retaliation, but what she wasn't prepared for was Shizuka becoming a human projectile. Again. Chizue's hand instinctively raised up, smacking Shizuka up into the air at the last second before there would have been impact. Then, with Shizuka knocked upwards into the air, a thought occurred to Chizue, one that would have to be recorded in the note book later. Chizue jumped up, shouting out: "IMPROVISED SECRET TECHNIQUE! BLACK VOLLEY IMPACT - METEOR SPIKER!" The palm of her gauntlet slammed full force into the airborne Shizuka, sending her careening back towards Izumi. After that little surprise, Chizue was now on full alert and ready to react to anything her two opponents tried to pull.
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Post by Doggo on Sun Oct 07, 2018 6:43 am

For the first time since the adrenaline rush had kicked in, Izumi had a rational thought pierce through the hormone sharpened focus of her mind. Things seemed to slow down as she looked in horror at what she'd done to her partner. She had launched Shizuka directly at their opponent like she was just a weight to be tossed about. Even if it was to heal her, this was her friend. Worse yet, Chizue seemed ready to respond. In every movement she carried a desire to seriously harm Shizuka. The blow to send Shizuka back Izumi's way would help heal the girl ultimately but for now the pain her partner was in must have been unbearable.

"I did this... I put her in that position" came the self-condemning thought. With this guilt came an anger and frustration but the green-haired lass knew what she had to do in response. With the flow of time feeling to return she planted the end of the flag down into the ground. But instead of halting her forward momentum she pushed into it and used the pole to push herself into Shizuka's direct trajectory. Still holding onto the flag the girl opened her arms wide and caught her partner as she soared through the air. On impact the girl felt the air getting knocked out of her but still she wrapped her arms around her friend, sending the two flying together. Izumi took the brunt of the impact as the duo collided into the tunnel walls. Her world was spinning for a moment as she slumped to the ground, her whole body hurting from the maneuver. Shizuka meanwhile would already be in the middle of the healing process. The girl had faith there was enough energy in the exchange to bring her back to the vision of health and bundle of energy she typically was.

A moment passed as nothing disturbed the trio of students. For just this moment nothing had to happen. Izumi just had to breathe and assure herself Shizuka was breathing as well. With some care despite trembling she set the girl down to allow the process to conclude in the next few moments before awkwardly raising herself to stand with the flag's help. She stared Chizue down. Continuing the exam had very clear consequences from the current sequence of events. And with such a major healing taking place, it would be well over a day before her healing quirk could work on Shizuka again, never mind the remaining time of the test.

"I have to be the best..." she thought. Her goals and ambitions practically demanded she be the best of the best if she really wanted to make any change. She knew that. She knew winning this exam was the start she needed to go down that path. And yet her conscience wouldn't allow her to do it without a fight. More than anything she wanted to be a rescue hero. A hero that helps and never hurts. Already she was failing in that regard. Despite how much it hurt, her promise had to come before her pride. And so she held the flag aloft, pointing the end at the violent girl.

"If you're going to try to win at any cost," she began as she moved the arm backward. Her breath was heavy but the adrenaline was keeping her going at this point. "Then take this and leave!" she yelled as she threw the flag with surprisingly adequate technique. The objective of the test sailed through the air on course to Chizue's forehead. Whatever happened to it didn't matter to her at this point. Her only priority was preventing the further injury of her partner. She stood as strongly as she could in front of Shizuka. But she couldn't quite shake the feeling that even being handed the flag would fail to satiate the girl's drive for violence.
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Re: [EVENT] - THE FIRST DAY - STADIUM ONE

Post by TrueLily on Sun Oct 07, 2018 5:22 pm

Pain.

That was the only thing going through Shizuka's mind as Chizue smashed her into the ground over and over again. Pain like she'd never felt before. Was this what it felt like when Shizuka landed on her at the entrance exam? No wonder she was so mad. Shizuka didn't have room to process this possibility, however, as her brain was completely clouded with the sheer pain her body was wracked with, the most coherent expression she was able to muster being a piercing scream accompanied with every strike. As Shizuka felt the bones in her body crack, and her vision blur and darken, she thought she was ready to give out, when seemingly out of nowhere, an angel descended from heaven, and came to her rescue. With a swift kick, Izumi pushed Shizuka's aggressor off of her, then picked her - and the flag - off the ground and fled with both of them.

On one hand, Shizuka wanted to think that Izumi should have ran with the flag immediately, instead of grabbing Chizue's attention. Had she been fast enough, she could have lost Chizue, and stayed hidden for the remaining 20-or-so minutes easily. Trying to save her was a big risk, and it's not like she could contribute anything more at this point: Her adrenaline rush was already active, she wasn't a very competent fighter, and even if she was, Chizue was just on another level. Even in their short interaction, it was clear that Keiji, too, would be too much for Shizuka to handle on her own. These were all logical points that Shizuka wanted to think. But the reality was that, in that moment, she was just relieved to be taken away from Chizue. She was scared, in pain, and just wanted to be safe. Did that make her a coward? She didn't think about it. She just clutched onto her partner with what little strength she had, while her consciousness seemed to slowly fade in and out. "Th-thank you, Izumi-chan..." she muttered, barely having the breath to get the words out. She wasn't sure if her friend could even hear her, but she forced a weak smile, "Rough first day, huh?" she tried to laugh, but instead devolved into a coughing fit, after which she dropped her head and closed her eyes, all but ready to let her consciousness leave her, at least until Izumi got the chance to heal her.

But that wasn't going to happen. Angry Chizue Noises roused Shizuka from her state as chains flew past her and Izumi on either side, eliciting an involuntary yelp from her. Just seeing those chains was unpleasant, and Shizuka imagined them piercing her skin as easily as they pierce the cement walls, or crushing her bones in a stranglehold, even more than they already were. Luckily for her, that didn't appear to be Chizue's plan - yet - but Shizuka wasn't sure she liked the alternative any better. "Watch out!" she tried to warn her partner, but of course, Izumi was already on top of things. As Chizue sailed towards them, Izumi ducked, carrying Shizuka with her, and the angry girl flew overhead, landing safely on the other side. But what were they going to do now? They were clearly outmatched, Shizuka was in no state to fight, Chizue would catch them if they ran away, and Keiji was probably closing in from the other side anyway.

As Shizuka's mind fruitlessly tried to think of something, it seemed Izumi had arrived at an idea faster, and picked Shizuka up off her back, "Izumi-chan, wh-" she tried to say, but couldn't finish her sentence. What was she trying to do? Shizuka had no clue. Before she could even react, or object, Izumi dropped her suddenly and kicked her in the gut, "Whaaaaaaaaaaaaa-!" The blow to her stomach was painful enough that it made Shizuka feel like she was going to vomit. As her limp body flew towards Chizue at high speed, the situation only got worse for her. Chizue smacked Shizuka into the air, completely nullifying Izumi's attempt at an attack, and delaying the healing process of her kick, then hit her again, slamming her towards Izumi with great force. By now, Shizuka felt like she was going to faint from the sheer pain she was in, painful injury after painful injury, it was simply too much for the little girl. But her consciousness mercilessly stayed with her until the bitter end, forcing her to endure every second of her pain.

For the second time in the past five minutes, an angel came to her rescue. Izumi leapt into the air and caught Shizuka in her arms, sending them both careening into the tunnel walls, bouncing off and slamming into the ground. Her friend absorbed much of the initial impact, dampening any further pain Shizuka would be feeling from slamming into the walls and floor. On top of that, the fierce impacts were finally causing Izumi's healing kick to take effect. While the pain of the impacts was still very much real, Shizuka was getting better by the moment. As Izumi set her gently down on the ground, Shizuka could feel her pain fade away, her energy return, her cracked bones setting and healing. She wanted to suddenly leap up with her renewed energy, and were they in a less tense situation, she would not have been able to resist tackling her friend with a hug. But as it was, she realized it was better for her to stay on the ground. Izumi had already put herself firmly between Shizuka and her aggressor, and Shizuka understood she had a good reason. "Ah! Izumi-ch-" Shizuka almost raised an objection as her partner threw the flag at Chizue. She didn't want Izumi to give up, just for her sake. But her objection caught in her throat, as she understood that she absolutely would've done the same in this situation. It hurt to think that she was the reason Izumi would lose, but she was grateful Izumi would be willing to give that up if it meant preventing Shizuka from enduring any more Hell today. Shizuka sat on the floor, looking up at Izumi and over at Chizue, waiting tensely to see what would unfold.

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"Are you freaking KIDDING ME?!" Jun Sujiyama suddenly erupted from her chair, almost in a rage. Her half-empty bag of potato chips went flying from her hand, scattering chips everywhere. She had been enjoying those chips thoroughly, as she intently watched Kanemoto at work. That girl was everything she had expected. Strong, for sure. Her quirk was incredibly powerful as it was, and the girl seemed to have a great control over it already. Though, that made Jun wonder if she had much more room for development. It wasn't terribly uncommon for students to come to U.A. with incredibly powerful quirks from the get-go, only to find that they peaked in Middle School or High School, and get frustrated while other students continue to improve their quirks. Whether or not this girl would be any different remained to be seen, but Jun was hopeful.

But as she excitedly watched the girl tear into her opponents, - or at least Emi. She seemed to be completely ignoring her partner. - her experience was almost completely ruined by that partner making a shocking move. After catching the younger, injured girl, and letting her healing quirk take its effects, Ueno took the flag they had held onto so preciously and threw it at their opponent, seemingly declaring that she had no interest in fighting anymore. Was she just SURRENDERING? "Ugh!" Jun made a noise of intense frustration. She got it. She really did. This girl was worried about her partner. Maybe her healing ability had reached its maximum. Maybe she just couldn't stand seeing a friend in danger. Maybe she realized the odds were against them, and rather than suffer until the bitter end, she decided to make a tactical retreat instead. It wasn't a bad call. It wasn't a stupid call. But it annoyed Jun to no end. The only reason she had volunteered to watch this stupid exam was to see some kids beating each other up, but so far only one kid had been doing the beating, and only one kid had been beaten up. She groaned, "What a friggin' waste of time."  Already up from her chair, she decided she may as well start making her way towards all the "action," if you could even call it that. She might have to be ready to call the exam early at this point, so she might as well be on-site. As she walked, she grumbled under her breath about kids today, and about how any other teacher could've wasted their time here, but noooooo, it had to be her.
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Re: [EVENT] - THE FIRST DAY - STADIUM ONE

Post by The Edge on Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:03 pm

Chizue was visibly disappointed by the leg girl's reaction to the living ping pong ball. Smacking Shizuka back and forth would've been a wonderful way to vent her anger, but it seemed the chance for that had been denied. Still, this exchange had given Chizue more insight into the unknown girl's Quirk. The healing started after landing, not on initial impact. How often she could heal someone was still an unknown to Chizue, though it didn't matter. The more this girl healed Shizuka, the more chances to smack her back down. As the recovery Quirk kicked in, Chizue slowly stepped towards the duo as chains snaked out of one of her gauntlets. This exam wasn't over yet. Until it was. With a surprising declaration of surrender, the girl that kept healing the pest threw the flag like a javelin straight at Chizue.

With her other hand, Chizue easily snatched the flag from the air just centimeters away from her face. She left it in that position for a moment of dramatic emphasis before slowly lowering it to her side and staring at her targets. While Shizuka's defeat was clear as day, Izumi still had a fire and drive in her eyes. Whether or not she thought she stood a chance, Chizue wasn't sure, but that look bugged her. A lot. Her face twisted into one of disgust as she stared at Izumi.

"This isn't just about winning. Didn't you hear me before? I'm here to crush you. To show that I'm the strongest student in this school. Even if we both already know how this fight is going to end, I won't be satisfied without results." As she monologued, the two chains continued to extend. While Chizue briefly considered making the excuse of their surrender potentially being fake, it didn't really seem like a very good one here. Probably would just detract from her aura of intimidation. Definitely scarier to just exaggerate the truth a bit. Then, another thought popped into Chizue's head. Her demeanor quickly changed from threatening to comically smug, and while she was still trying to look very menacing, she was very bad at holding back how happy with herself she was for thinking of this.

"But I'm feeling generous! Bow and praise my incredible combat genius, both of you! And just maybe I'll accept your surrender!" She purged her gauntlets from her arms as she said this so she could put her hands on her hips in a very trying-hard-to-look-confident pose while forcing her brow to be furrowed. Chains were wrapped around her arms, both to be ready for use and to cover the wounds that had come from her reckless use of her Quirk earlier.
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Re: [EVENT] - THE FIRST DAY - STADIUM ONE

Post by CMRenji on Wed Oct 10, 2018 12:10 am

Keiji blurted out a yelp as Chizue knocked him away and launched him a few feet away onto the floor. Fortunately for him, his face cushioned his fall. Oh wait, I meant unfortunately. His partner immediately gave chase to the enemy with a burning rage driving her.

“Hahahaha!” Keiji let out a laugh as he stood back up. “Wow, she's got some impressive strength! Ow…” He grasped his head, stumbled and was forced against the wall again. He took a few deep breaths and took pause for a moment to regain whatever strength he could. The sounds of conflict were alive and well up ahead. The rattling of Chizue’s chains filled the air. A loud cry of attack rang through the tunnels shortly after. It was obvious that she had no intention of losing.

Keiji kept to the wall to his right to support his movement. His legs wobbled and his body was hot to the touch. Slowly but surely he made his way to the end of the hall. He made it to the corner and turned to see everyone gathered together. The white-haired girl was lying on the ground and appeared pretty roughed up, while the other two were facing off. He stood back cautiously and watched for a moment to assess the situation. Then, an odd turn of events transpired.

“If you're going to try to win at any cost... then take this and leave!"

The green-haired girl shouted at Chizue and tossed the flag straight at her. Her tone was serious and resolute. With the state of her companion and the bloodlust that Chizue had been demonstrating throughout the exam, it was clear that she was looking out for her partner’s well being. “Damn…” He was at a loss for words after seeing that. It seemed that he and Chizue had won, but it wasn’t quite over yet. Chizue still had a menacing aura about her and she seemed to want something more out of her victory, whether it be bloodshed or praise.

"But I'm feeling generous! Bow and praise my incredible combat genius, both of you! And just maybe I'll accept your surrender!"

The boy gritted his teeth in frustration. The green-haired girl had flat out given up, and there was no need to continue fighting or to bow in submission. He respected his partner for her strength and talent, but this was something he wouldn’t stand for.

Keiji stumbled down the hall, slowly and steadily. With his left arm he formed a firework, and he could feel that this one would be the last. His eyes locked onto Chizue as he hobbled down. He had a smile on his face illuminated with purple light. He was nervous, but also sure of his actions in this moment. “Hey, Chizue, they’ve given up! Come on, let’s just leave!” From what Keiji had seen from her today, he doubted that she would just listen to him. So, he pushed away from the wall and took a fighting pose with his arm outstretched. “Or if you can, you two should leave! Either way works for me!” He shouted aloud while keeping his focus on his partner.
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Post by Doggo on Wed Oct 10, 2018 10:47 pm

The flag failed as a projectile. Izumi hadn't been counting on it to hits it mark but she had secretly hoped it would regardless. Chizue wasn't content to simply take the flag and win as the girl had feared. Yet instead of attacking she began a speech that bordered on manga levels of absurdity. She had a message to send about her strength. She felt this desire to crush her foes and she would not accept anything short of the pair bowing and begging to replace the violent end she started the exam in mind with. Surprisingly however, the girl's partner emerged. Keiji seemed sympathetic with them and wanted his partner to just take the flag and go like she'd been told. Yet he also told Izumi and Shizuka to leave if they could. Did he intend to fight his own partner rather than let her hurt anyone with the exam closed in their favor? The kind act was touching but the fatigued healer already knew what she was going to do.

"Shizuka-chan," she started in a serious and intense voice without looking back to her partner. "Get up and get out of here. We shouldn't be too far from one of the tunnel exits." Her intent was clear. Remove Shizuka from this situation no matter the cost. Whatever the girl did she already had her resolve set about Chizue. She stood up straighter and calmed her breathing as if to show she wasn't nearly so tired as she actually was. The fierceness in her eyes only reinforced itself as she did so. This was not the face of one about to grovel and beg.

"Bow to you? Just the thought makes me sick!" Izumi growled, her voice dripping with venom. "Losing an exam is one thing. But I should just as well resign from the hero course before I ever feign adoration for a wretch like you." She made no movement to attack Chizue but it seemed clear she was ready for even the slightest movements on her opponent's part. "You can go be the strongest all you like. But you'll never be a hero." she said unflinching. The girl before her was to Izumi a symbol of everything wrong with the heroes of today. The only thing anyone respected was their own power. And whether intentional or not that would only prove destructive in the long run. "I won't say it again. You have the flag. Go pat yourself on the back for your quirk that can only hurt other people."
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Re: [EVENT] - THE FIRST DAY - STADIUM ONE

Post by TrueLily on Thu Oct 11, 2018 2:47 am

As Shizuka sat on the floor, staring over to Chizue who had suddenly changed gears, a wave of confusion washed over her. She was expecting one of two things to happen. Either Chizue would grab the flag, maybe say something to hurt her feelings, and then run off, or she would completely ignore Izumi's surrender, and attack the two of them anyway. For a moment, it seemed that's what Chizue was planning on doing, talking about how she wouldn't be satisfied with a mere surrender, and how she had to crush them and whatever. But then she changed tactics and suddenly adopted a totally smug demeanor, and seemed to want Izumi and her to start bowing down and praising her.

Then, a lightbulb went off in Shizuka's head. 'Oh! I get it!' she thought, believing she'd finally begun to understand the girl standing down the hall, 'The reason she's so angry all the time is because she has really low self-esteem!' Yes, it all made sense. Chizue obviously had a confidence issue, and was trying extra hard to make up for a perceived lack of worth or ability. The only way she knew how to fix her problem was to beat people up and threaten them until they gave her the praise and validation she so desperately craved. That must be why she was always going on about being the best! Shizuka was confident. All this poor girl needed was someone to give her a pat on the back and say "Good job, Chizue-chan!" Shizuka stood up with a smile. Well, if that's what it was going to take to make Chizue start playing nice, Shizuka was more than ready to give it to her.

Except, she didn't really have time. First, Keiji suddenly appeared from behind them, and it seemed he was willing to be a lot less rude than Chizue was. He didn't like Chizue's smug attitude, and thought they should just take the victory they'd be handed and leave. He even formed one of those purple things in his hand, the ones he had used to attack Shizuka, and aimed it at Chizue. It seemed like he was ready to attack his own partner if she insisted on being acting the way she was. Keiji seemed like a really nice and genuine guy. He'd sooner fight his own ally, even someone as scary as Chizue, than tolerate someone being a bully. And Izumi wasn't backing down either. She practically demanded that Shizuka get somewhere safe, and do it now. Shizuka realized that neither Izumi nor Keiji had the same peace-talk idea in mind as her, and while she wanted to try talking down the situation, the intensity in Izumi's voice and stance, and the way Chizue had acted up until now made her think twice. 'Maybe I should save trying to patch up Chizue-chan's poor self-esteem until after the exam...' she thought, and glanced behind her.

Shizuka didn't want to abandon Izumi and Keiji, not when they were sticking up for her like this, and not when she was the reason Chizue was being so violent in the first place. But at the same time, staying there and putting herself at risk would completely waste the effort that Izumi and Keiji were putting in to protect her. Plus, Shizuka knew she wouldn't be much help in a fight if it came to that. Somewhat unwilling, Shizuka turned to Keiji, "Thank you, Keiji-kun," she said, bowing quickly, her words carrying the power of her quirk on them, "please stay safe." Giving Keiji an adrenaline rush might escalate the situation, Shizuka understood, but if the situation was going to escalate anyway, she wanted him to be in a position to defend himself. As it was, he looked exhausted, and in no shape to fight someone like Chizue. With her defenders empowered by adrenaline, Shizuka turned around and ran down the hall, winding down a hidden passageway that would lead back up to the main area of the fortress.
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Re: [EVENT] - THE FIRST DAY - STADIUM ONE

Post by CMRenji on Thu Oct 25, 2018 5:41 am

Keiji’s nerves were even more visible now. The girl that he could now deduce as Izumi had just laid down some harsh words onto Chizue. The tension in the hall rose until the other girl rose up and started heading down the hall before stopping and bowing right next to him.

“Thank you, Keiji-kun, please stay safe."

His nervous smirk changed to a wide grin as he nodded to her. She then ran down the remainder of the hall and started making her escape. His eyes lit up just a moment after this. “Huh?” His legs were no longer trembling, his body was still steaming hot but for some reason he just couldn’t feel it as much. This wasn’t a second wind, it must be the work of a quirk. “She shouted earlier despite the fact that it alerted me to her location… does her voice heal people? Or maybe it gives them a boost?” He opened his right hand and concentrated, trying to form a firework now that he was feeling better. However, despite his feeling better, he was unable to conjure another firework. “So it’s not an energy boost. Aw well, I’ve still got the one firework!”

He turned back to the other two with a more serious look donning his face. He wanted to end this without anyone getting more hurt than they already were. Keiji wasn’t sure why his partner had been acting the way she was, but believed she had good in her. He hoped that she wouldn’t resent him after standing against her, and that they’d get to know each other more afterwards.

Keiji walked forward until he was standing several feet to Izumi’s side. She had shown that she intended to stay and protect her partner, and Keiji respected that.
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Post by TrueLily on Sun Nov 04, 2018 11:50 pm

Jun bolted down the empty tunnels, following a pathway secret even to Shizuka and Izumi, a quick route to anywhere in the fortress at any moment. On her portable screen, she continued to watch the scene play out as she approached. Chizue seemed on the verge of a violent attack, only to stand back and begin taunting her opponents, asking them to give her praise and beg for mercy like some kind of megalomaniac. The girl's very partner, Keiji suddenly caught up, and rather than attacking his opponents or joining his ally, stood with his enemies, and tried to get the girl to stop. He even gave the two defeated girls a chance to escape. And yet, Izumi stood her ground. She was unwilling to give in to Chizue's demands, and may as well have spat in her face. Respectable. She, too, encouraged her partner to get out of there. Shizuka followed the advice of her peers, and immediately retreated away from Chizue. Cowardly. Yet, not a stupid decision. Much like Izumi's surrender, it was a decision that Jun could acknowledge as correct, but not one that she could respect.

"This is a friggin' mess," Jun groaned as her boots pounded through the tunnels, "Partners standing against each other, a student acting like a villain, students giving up in the middle of an exam, and that surrender not being accepted," Jun wondered if she'd made a mistake volunteering to watch an exam. She didn't get to see kids being beat up like she wanted, and now she had to deal with all of this. What was she even supposed to do? Maybe she should just punch them. That usually solves her problems. Let Avner sort this mess out once everything is over. And then never volunteer for anything like this ever again. Yeah, that seemed like a good idea. Jun suddenly halted as she approached the tunnel where her students stood. She pressed a button on her monitor, and the wall in front of her began to fall away. In the instant it began to move, she assumed a fighting stance, and launched a flurry of blows with her right fist; three punches, faster than the eye can blink. In the same instant, three dark holes appeared, one hovering just in front of the faces of Izumi, Keiji, and Chizue, and Jun's fist rocketed out of each hole, moving more than 80 meters a second, slamming full force into each child's face, first Chizue, then Keiji, and finally Izumi, though it all happened so quickly, it would appear instantaneous to any viewer.

Having thoroughly smashed the faces of her students, Jun stepped through the newly created entranceway into the tunnel, and stood sternly between the three of them. The woman before them was tall, and strongly built. Wearing pants reminiscent of military fatigues, and a short green jacket that did nothing to conceal her exposed abs, she looked almost like a soldier sitting around bored in a barracks. Perhaps a miliary aesthetic was what her costume was designed to evoke. "Alright, that's enough," she said, looking to Chizue, and then to Keiji and Izumi, "Ueno and Emi have surrendered. Therefore, Kanemoto and Toshiaki are the winners. No more fighting, none of this terms of surrender crap. This exam is over. You all got that?" She lifted the collar of her jacket to her mouth and barked into it, "Shizuka Emi, get back here. This exam is over." As she did, her voice was broadcast throughout the entire fortress, through a speaker system. She was ready to disqualify all of them, for being such colossal fuckups in every regard, but knew Avner would probably give her shit about it if she did, and she didn't want to deal with Mr. Sunshine right now. "Now, as soon as Emi gets back here, we're leaving, and then you can sit down and wait for your final results. Any questions?" Jun waited approximately zero seconds for anyone to ask questions before finishing, "Good."
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Re: [EVENT] - THE FIRST DAY - STADIUM ONE

Post by CMRenji on Mon Nov 05, 2018 8:42 am

“Huh?” A strange sound, a mechanical sound, echoed as part of the walls came down. Then, in an instant, a fist struck Keiji square in the face. The overwhelming force of the blow knocked the young boy back into the other wall with a huge thud. It took a moment to fully process all that just happened. His nose was busted, so he covered it with his hand. It didn’t seem to actually hurt that much, but the complete shock from getting punched out of thin air still had the boy stunned for a moment.

“Ugh… what happened?” Just as he said that he looked up at an imposing figure. A fairly muscular woman in soldier’s clothing stood before the young hero hopefuls with a stern look on her face. She told them all that the exam was over. The tone of her voice was commanding and blunt, she was obviously a teacher. Keiji quickly stood straight up and nodded. “Yes, miss teacher sir!”

The woman declared Keiji and Chizue the winners, and that they would get their results soon. It really didn’t feel like a victory, but what’s done is done, and now they were being ordered to leave. Keiji kept his mouth shut and his posture straight as they waited for the other student to return.
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Re: [EVENT] - THE FIRST DAY - STADIUM ONE

Post by Doggo on Tue Nov 06, 2018 2:12 am

Before Izumi could process what was happening she'd been slammed in the face and knocked off her feet. Her brain was racing, wondering how Chizue had pulled off such a sudden maneuver. She shot up as soon as she could only to see someone else standing in the midst of them. The teacher monitoring the match as it happened. With more time to think, the green-haired girl would have put together that this was Jun, a professional hero as well as teacher at the school. One of many heroes she had less than favorable opinions of. But all that particularly mattered at the moment was the safety of the others in the room. Keiji had stood up to his own teammate, ready to fight her to keep the others safe. The teacher's intervention had attacked him and Chizue too from the looks of things. The call to Shizuka to return set her focus as she stood and rushed off after her partner without much formal recognition of Jun's words.

"Shizuka-chan!" she'd call out after eventually catching her. The adrenaline rush was wearing off due to the break in the tension of the exam but she'd make it last long enough to assure the girl made it out okay. She stuck to the girl's side after looking her over for injuries and escorting her back to the group. Despite the clearly stronger teacher's presence she made every effort to keep herself between the girl and Chizue as she wasn't willing to risk anything at this point. The results were the last thing on her mind. She'd failed. She knew that already. More than likely she'd be lectured for giving up by one of the hypocrites teaching at the school but she'd deal with that when it came time.
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