I'm bad at puzzle solving..
Location: The land of depressing weather.
Joined: Fri Jul 08, 2011 8:17 am
"Oh... oh shit," Skylar muttered. She fished around in her pocket and found a pair of gloves. They didn't seem to be the best winter gloves, but they would do. She pulled them on and ran at one of the creatures, sidestepping as a javelin was thrown at her. She grabbed the javelin, the cold infiltrating the safety of her gloves and sending the cold coursing through her body. She snapped the javelin in two, making them look like dual swords. Skylar used them as such, fighting the ice creature she had just stolen the javelin from. She had to rely on her companions to stop other javelins being tossed at her as she duelled with the ice creature, who was using its arms as a weapon. Its elbows were sharp and cut through Skylar's glove and into her skin. She cried out but ducked under a relentless elbow swing. Using her hand to support her, Skylar kicked the ice creature's feet from beneath it, knocking the creature down.
She smashed her ice-sword against the ice monster but the sword shattered, having merely created a crack. As the creature tried to stand, Skylar wrapped her arm around its neck and began pulling. The cracking sounds echoed in her ears and it seemed like a terrifying eternity before the head rolled off into Skylar's hands. It seemed weaker than before and Skylar raised the head in the air and smashed it into the ground. It shattered into thousands of little, weak pieces. Skylar thought she had done it, until the headless body stood up and smashed her across the face with its elbow. Blood spurted from Skylar's face and she let out a wail of incredible pain before she grabbed the creature's arm and used it to support her as she stood up. The arm broke off as she got to her feet and Skylar used the elbow as a weapon, driving the ice creature backwards. Yet again she knocked it over and dived down, keeping on top of the creature as she looked for a weak spot. She saw none so she decided to render the creature useless by breaking all its limbs off.
"You can't kill them, just break their limbs off!" Skylar yelled as she leaned back, throwing away the torso of the ice creature, whom she had reasonable doubts was still alive. Dragon-Wolf hadn't moved to attack, instead watching Skylar's technique, in the hope of mirroring her fighting in a dog-like style, but he had to run this through his brain, and he was quite thick as a dog. Skylar got off the ground and when she turned to Dragon-Wolf, he saw the large cut that lay horizontally in the center of her face, running from the edge of her cheek, through her nose and to the edge of the other cheek. The cut would probably remain as a scar, yet Skylar barely felt the wound which was numbed by the overwhelming cold.
Professor Layton & The Lost Future. Best game ever.
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