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  1. Well, things seemed to be going quite well. No time to get overconfident though! Use Quick Tune Up (2d6+12) to heal Tsubasa, activate Gambit (-13 HP (Preemptory bracing decreased)), and use Stress Testing (2d8+12 and increase damage of next hit on same enemy by 25%) on Rahi Nui. Edmond autoheals for 10% MHP (7). 4 physical damage reduction, 8 against bullets.
  2. "Leo, can you create say, perfumes? Cats have an extremely strong sense of smell, so a strong perfume might serve to keep that cat away from the wire?" What a strange pair of beings.
  3. Oh, come on. Now even if the Makuta had been willing to answer, it'd be pointless. He hated to attack this specimen of an extinct species, but what more was there to do? Use Stress Testing (2d8+12 and increase damage of next hit on same enemy by 25%) on the dinosaur, activate Gambit (-13 HP), and use Stress Testing (2d8+12 and increase damage of next hit on same enemy by 25%) on Rahi Nui. Edmond autoheals for 10% MHP (7). 4 physical damage reduction, 8 against bullets.
  4. "Teridax? Is that your name?" Well, it was pretty clear what needed to be done here. Whether the Makuta was scheming or not regarding this Icarax person, there was a trespasser in desperate need of defeating. Of course, Edmond knew that the amount of hurt he could put out was rather low, so for now he'd want to prevent their enemy from getting off a devastating first strike. Utilize Birds Eye View on Hikari, and Dackly, Gozer, and Cap. (If they count as more than one person for action targetting, just pick Dackly and Gozer). Decrease incoming damage by 30%, 1 turn cooldown.
  5. Edmond at this moment was somewhat nearby. With his abilities, tending the wounded was the first step after any battle, and Cicivexa was clearly among the wounded. At the first sound of his rage filled cry, Edmond fired up the afterburners on his suit, speeding towards Cicivexa, to grab him and rapidly bring him as far from his target as possible. Edmond was pretty certain he would not be caught in the crossfire, but that was of lesser importance. Here was a chance at ending the fight without significantly lowered cost, he could not afford to let that chance slip by. "You're going
  6. "Thanks." Edmond stated in response to the defense of the swordswoman. He did not know what had happened with Dackly's sudden, distinct, appearance, but he would not complain. Nor did he know quite what they were up to. "Good to have you back!" He called, before moving to attack. It seemed unlikely that he'd manage to interfere with their plans. Stress testing on loyal Gozer, for 2d8+12 damage, and increases damage from next hit on same enemy by 25%. Heal for 10% MHP (7). 4 physical damage reduct, 8 against bullets.
  7. Well that seemed to have done something. But in the moment that it appeared in his mind, Edmond shied away from this change. Perhaps if it had been a few weeks ago, when he'd had nothing, by which to compare with any of those here, he might have grasped it, hoping for some newfound power. But at the moment, he was not necessarily confident in, but satisfied with what he could contribute. As could be seen by what he and Tsubasa had just accomplished. Birds Eye view on Gozer and Cap, and Cicivexa. Decrease incoming damage to them by 30% for one round. Heal for 10% MHP (7). 4 physical
  8. "Wait. . . The Makuta has children? No offense meant, but is this an asexual reproduction thing, or what?" Edmond had no idea whether his question would be heard. In the meantime though, Edmond inched over towards Tsubasa, who he recalled had been carrying the stones. He didn't want to attack Medusa just yet, as she hadn't, strictly speaking, attacked them yet. She was still an ex member of the group after all. "Brace yourself, I'm gonna get you to the temple, alright? You get the stones in place." Edmond murmured. Then, a split second later, he'd pour as much magical energy into h
  9. "Thank you Leo. Though I worry more that I may have broken the clock than myself if I got into the gears. What do you expect that ladder down goes to?" Had they perhaps gone through the gears to no purpose? Well, that would be a nuisance indeed. "Shall we check the lower level first? Or would you rather go directly for the goal?"
  10. "Indeed, energy control may be rather interest. I wonder if it would work on my methods. Or perhaps my methods would work on it. One or the other." Ena stared up through the tower, noting the lack of any clear stairs or walkway to the final level. "What a convoluted path." "Well, shall we begin?" With that, step onto the platform to carry herself up.
  11. "Travis, how long ago were your world wars? Is this ancient history, or still rather relevant? Well, relevant to all those still on your world." While Edmond didn't particularly like taking the mask, it seemed like that would be what would happen, and he felt it best to accept it and move on.
  12. "I think that the question was not of Medusa breaking it, but rather whether she would respond to any threat to break it." "In any case, sir, if you do give this to us, is there anything else we should know to minimize the risk that carrying it is?"
  13. "I take it that the consequences of the Makuta obtaining this mask would be catastrophic? I don't know if I trust us or our strength to keep it out of his hands. I must ask though, why did the Makuta believe your threat to destroy it? If it worked once, it may work again. Given that we are not of this world, he may be more inclined to believe that we'd have no qualms about breaking it. . ." He would have had a different opinion had the whole group been here. There were those with the power and capacity to perhaps wield the mask effectively, gods and other things. But with those her
  14. "Would the masks of Makuta then be those rusted and degrading ones that we have seen occasionally? They do tend to be a bit off-putting." Edmond stated, watching the careful cuts. Impatience, arrogance, and the belief that everyone schemed as much as he did, within the limits of their capabilities, those were the Makuta's flaws? Nothing came to mind immediately in the way of plans, but those were a dangerous combination of flaws. This was good, definitely.
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