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Who: Rin [revengeisalie], Kanda Yu [infiniillusion], later Iskierka [flightandfire]
Status: Closed. I guess someone can show up, but talk to us first if you want to?
Style: Third person, past or present tense, prose.
Where: THE WILD. Somewhere between Raisato and Hisato, in what's left of the forests or near mountain caves. You get the idea.
When: Week 14, day 6 (late evening). Some time after Road thoroughly fucks Kanda over.
Plot: Basically; Kanda's lost his senses due to imminent mindfucking, turning into a murderous drone, and accidentally runs into Rin, now forcing her into a kill-or-be-killed situation. What shall happen?
Warnings: Durr, madness and violence? (( And lol Doors lyrics everywhere. ))


Just... walking forwards through the burned, dead scenery now, not registering whatever's in front of him. Not knowing where he is, when he is, nothing at all. Just feeling the need for destruction, if you may. He didn't really see anything anymore, nor felt anything, either. There was just... too much of everything. Everything from all times, among with what was just repeatedly dumped on him all at once a couple of hours ago, flashing in his mind as continuous torment, until it all simply... shut down. It has happened a few times before, granted; unfortunately right now... right now there were no people capable of fixing it.

His looks reflected it quite well too; covered in blood, hair tangled and messy, ruffled up like angry bird's feathers, eyes bloodshot and expression twisted into a cruel grimace, teeth bared and breath heavy, halting - his whole posture reminding more of a dangerous animal than a person, really.

He had Mugen out in his right hand, it flickered light blue a couple of times but it went out. The atmosphere of this world was getting heavier and less welcoming, and erased most of powers anyone might have had. Innocence was no exception. Unfortunately, there was more to Kanda Yu's condition than just being able to use the material. He was also not quite human, and right now successfully rid of his consciousness.

And right now he wasn't going to differentiate between friends and enemies; he would eradicate whatever got in his way.


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Nov. 22nd, 2010 08:44 pm (UTC)
After what might have been seconds or hours of moving through dried, grassy plains, Kanda finally saw, no, rather, sensed a presence. He tensed for a moment, facing the direction of whoever it was, stare empty and only nose twitching a couple of times, looking as if he was actually sniffing the person out. Maybe he was. Even though the shape got clearer as it got closer, he didn't recognize it. After all, he wasn't even sure what he was at the moment, so he simply followed the instinct.

Kill whoever gets near you before they kill you.

He exhaled loudly through his teeth, the corners of his mouth twitching just-so-slightly upwards in a form of a slight, morbid grin, and clenched the sword in his hand tighter, leaning forwards just a little bit as if crouching for a leap of attack. Just this small thing? He could handle it. He could handle it easily and survive.

He barely noticeably tilted his head and stepped towards the girl.
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Nov. 22nd, 2010 09:35 pm (UTC)
Oh yes, many has called him a demon even before they saw him get like this. A demon created by the very same people's lust for power and victory in the war, who would then threaten to destroy them. The irony.

Kanda didn't seem to pay any attention to the fact that Rin had stopped and simply continued towards her, wearing the same expression. Nobody home, clearly. And that was definitely a bad thing.

He swung the blade back with a silent swish and simply looked at her for a while before suddenly charging at her.
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Nov. 23rd, 2010 05:24 pm (UTC)
Silent and dangerous, yes. Or maybe unable to speak anymore. But would it really be good to hear something from someone looking and behaving like this?

Luckily, right now the sword was no more and no less but just a sword, and therefore could be dealt with accordingly. Kanda didn't seem to pay any mind - if he even had any left - to the fact that the girl had started dodging; he simply brought the sword down the rest of the way in the same trajectory with force, not harming Rin this time as she moved, but fiercely cutting through one of the water containers. The now-gold's-worth liquid spilled out on the dried ground and was gone in an instant.

Kanda stayed still for a brief moment, breathing haltingly, the blade's tip embedded into the ground, then turned towards the girl, look never changing, however his lips seemed to start moving in an inaudible mutter as the grin faded from his face, instead replaced by a positively murderous insane glare. "Destroy." This was what he had to be repeating under his nose, finally spoken aloud. And then he charged again.
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Nov. 23rd, 2010 07:06 pm (UTC)
Oh, that fellow? Nah, this one's kind of always had issues. It just doesn't come out all too often.

Kanda stopped momentarily with a small, almost mocking grunt, and moved again, so quickly it was made clear he's at least definitely not a zombie. He deflected the first ones with apparent ease, but then simply lowered the sword, letting the rest hit him with no change of face, almost as if he didn't even feel it, and then simply marched towards Rin. In a, this time, rather slow pace that is, ignoring wherever the sharp things were embedded into his body, while the grin spread back onto his face. Futile resistance.
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Nov. 23rd, 2010 08:14 pm (UTC)
Kanda made a small snort, almost as if he was contented to see Rin take out the weapon; maybe some part of his consciousness was still alive and therefore insisted on fair fighting. Or maybe it was something else.

His expression nor his pace didn't change though, as he was completely oblivious to both the young woman's fear and determination, as if absolutely nothing mattered at the end. And, when he was close enough, he swung the sword at her again, now this he did quickly, despite of radiating the completely-not-in-a-hurry vibes otherwise.
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Nov. 23rd, 2010 09:41 pm (UTC)
Ah, being an imposing person might not help when you're facing off against someone who, most likely, doesn't even see you, but some sort of manifested demons that might haunt their mind instead.

Kanda let the blade slide down against the non-very-firm block, not really expecting the push that followed, the strength beyond it more than one could expect from someone this small. Then again, wasn't he a bit like that, too? It wasn't giving him much trouble, but for now he turned and tried to parry the other sword while quickly making a slash from a different angle.

And through all of that, his expression didn't really change, as if it was some sort of a diabolic mask covering both his face and his brain.
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Nov. 28th, 2010 02:12 pm (UTC)
Kanda, apparently, wasn't planning to make Rin wait long at all; growling a bit as she dodged the slash, he skidded sideways in a blink of an eye and made a stab at her side. Even if he couldn't be exactly thinking or knowing anything at the moment, he was aware that this sort of hit was much harder to block than a slash, and also he was trying to catch the opponent offguard, therefore kept moving around like some sort of carnivorous animal cornering its prey.
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Nov. 28th, 2010 06:14 pm (UTC)
Kanda just tilted his head a bit, quickly moving after her. A rolling water container? You've got to be shitting him. He didn't even seem to pay it any mind and simply jumped over it while delivering a powerful slash from the side once again aimed at the girl.

Oh, he wasn't taking that so easily, and you'll have to try harder than this.
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Nov. 29th, 2010 04:10 pm (UTC)
Kanda was a little surprised by this turn, but not taken by surprise, especially considering that his battle instinct was now the main form of his consciousness. He probably could have blocked that hit, but he chose a different tactic.

That is, met the descending blade with the forearm of his free arm, just angling it so that it wouldn't get completely cut off, completely ignoring the splurt of blood and possibly broken bone, and used the opportunity to swing his own sword at the girl's now uncovered side.
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Dec. 17th, 2010 02:15 pm (UTC)
Kanda's unfriendly grin grew wider as the hit connected; he didn't seem to feel any sort of pain in his somewhat-maimed arm at the moment, though it was hanging at his side a bit lifelessly for now. And, of course, he wasn't wasting any time and slashed at Rin again, the strength behind the slash quite unbelievable given it was done with a single hand.

It might have been a good idea to run - if you could outrun him, that is.
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Dec. 22nd, 2010 11:01 pm (UTC)
The feral grin on Kanda's face only grew wider as he sensed the fear of the pathetic form in front of him, not really registering it as anything actually human, because that was how far he had gone at this point. Yes, he could feel it, the unsureness, the realization of vitality, the smell of blood, all of it, and it only seemed to be adding to the.. madness, was it? Enemies. They were all enemies. He was going to kill them all.

And so he didn't stop for a moment after his attack was parried, and just slashed again, and again, the force behind the hits growing with each attempt.
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Feb. 22nd, 2011 03:23 pm (UTC)
It did, and thankfully Iskierka was close to Rin at that moment. Being far too large for the cities to accommodate, she stayed to the wilderness, speaking moreso with Yomites and Nomads than any of the Celestials. This suited her just fine: she found the Celestials to be a bit stuffy for her liking.

When Rin called for her, Iskierka was actually trying to make the ground comfortable enough to sleep on, digging up the dirt to make it softer and such. But when she heard Rin she knew right away that this was an 'I am in danger help me' scream just by the pitch of it, so she immediately took to the air to look for her lone crewman.

Following the path, it didn't take her long to find Rin and the man harassing her. She could see the swords and smell the blood, and she would have liked to just swat Kanda away from Rin, but they were far too close and Iskierka's clawed hands were far too large to try something like that while she was flying. So instead she landed just behind Rin and let out an ear-splitting roar, hopefully disrupting Kanda enough to give Rin a chance to get away.
Feb. 22nd, 2011 05:58 pm (UTC)
Kanda did momentarily pause at the roar, distracted a split moment before he probably would have ran Rin through with the blade. He didn't seem all that intimidated, though.

Instead, he stepped towards the dragon, holding the sword out as it flickered blue light a few times, nothing really happening just yet but apparently it might have soon enough and it was something that made him sure of himself even when facing a creature of this size.

Edited at 2011-02-22 05:58 pm (UTC)
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