Guidance [P] Jan 7, 2013 17:37:33 GMT -8
Post by Big Black Fish on Jan 7, 2013 17:37:33 GMT -8
Oh? A peculiar eyebrow was raised in a magnificent arc at the vehement words expressed by the boy. Evidently the boy had a temper, and (by the painful expression on his face) enough sense to comprehend the line he had just crossed. No hand would be lifted, no words would be spoken in rebuttal to the boy's defiance, but the Adept would reach for his steel sword replacing the training one. He realized the audacity of his action: utilizing his blade in the midst of training - but this - he thought, would do the trick. Drawing his steel blade as its teeth sang a steel symphony grinding against the sheath. He flashed it, twirled and examined it as if it were a prize he had just laid eyes on for the first time. Speaking of the blades presence, he said[/blockquote]"This will either be your greatest friend, or your worst enemy."
His methodology may appear insane to an outsider, but the Adept was ever vigilant in his training and he had noted this: the boy was quick, but lacked reaction, he responded with a sudden impulse to fear and pain of being hit, therefore the fear of receiving the ultimate cut of a steel blade would surely manifest unprecedented speed by the boy. A solid theory unto the Samurai, potentially irrational to another. "Prepare yourself boy, for if you do not stay my blade you will surely die here. Let this be a warning to you." Yosh would continue to speak as a distraction to consume the boys attention, but would interrupt his own voice with a violent slash of the blade directly down over the boys head. No mercy.