Title: Double Training
Description: (Open- Timber)
Seijaku Kurakowa - September 20, 2006 09:37 PM (GMT)
Seijun hunched over, her black and purple armor dripping with salt water. It had been a long trip across the violent sand dunes of the Elemia Desert, and an even greater journey to surpass the violent waves from the shore of Guygalos. Her energy wasn't low, despite how fatigued the Genosaurer seemed, which was surprising to her. Normally, her boosters drained all the power from her systems after much use- hence why she was walking in the desert. But somehow, the energy was retained. Seijun was being taught how to optimize her systems' flow without exhausting power- and just how her boosters' output could be controlled. T'was great. And most fascinating. She was deeply greatful for having such a sensei.
Fujun, on the other hand, was sprawled out across the beach a good ten meters behind. Seaweed covered his royal blue and deep red armor, making dreadlocks on the top of his head. Unlike his sister, he had to make the trip on his own- using his own knowledge and resources. Needless to say..the results were much different. He was absolutely exhausted and didn't have the strength to so much as stand up. I need..more..practice. He huffed out, plopping his snout back into the sand.
Awww. Guess we'll have to rest up for a bit. You're in no shape to train. Seijun frowned, turning to her brother. "It's okay. I'm impressed he got himself here all together. It's not an easy task." Fujun nodded slightly in agreement. So..tired. His optics dulled as he entered Sleep Mode. A bit disappointed, Seijun looked to the Blitz Tiger that accompanied them for answers. I promise I won't really hurt you. Pweeeease?
Timber Okami - September 20, 2006 09:45 PM (GMT)
A dark shadow passed over the two Saurers, landing a bit ahead of them, facing the two. Mechanical wings had sprouted from the Tiger's back to replace the blades, from the Organoid fusing with the Zoid and purposely mutating it. They'd kept high above the sea. Because, y'kno, Kitty dun like water.
The bolt of light shot out of the Tiger's back, shooting to the Genosaurer on the ground, and materializing into the black and orange Organoid. She looked just as exhausted as Fujun, and flopped down on his snout.
"Oops, you ok Riza?" Orion walked over and poked the Organoid, who just twitched. The wings had dematerialized from his back, leaving the Tiger as he'd looked before.
Yea. Just give me a bit...
Orion clicked his teeth, looking at the other Geno and wincing slightly.
...I still like being in immidiate posession of all my limbs, kgr8thx,
Seijaku Kurakowa - September 20, 2006 09:55 PM (GMT)
Awwwl. Seijun whimpered, her body sagging with disappointment. Seijaku pet the controls to comfort the sulking mecha, like a mother would to her child. "It's okay. While your brother recovers, we can run the course." Her red eyes shifted through the visual screen and to the Blitz Tiger. "Care to join us? Would be some nice exercise. And the others will have time to recooperate." Anxious, the black and purple Genosaurer shuffled her talons through the sand to face what was a jungle-like terrain. "The jungle itself will be a fine test of our abilities together." The Ancient Zoidian smirked. "I'd also like to know more about you, Phoenix."
Hey, why not? She could use some more friends. Humanoid..friends. Fujun grumbled as he flopped his head sideways, apparently having some sort of dream. Go figure. "Follow me if you agree." With that, the Genosaurer jumped slightly from the ground and activated her boosters, which hissed with pressurized white flames. Blades of energy materialized around her ankels, allowing her to remain airborne a few meters above the ground. Leaning forward, Seijun took off towards the jungle, her form soon becomming devoured by the tropical vegetation..
Timber Okami - September 21, 2006 06:51 PM (GMT)
Sorry. But being In Pain is very low on my list of things to do today, he shifted his weight around as he turned to face the Genosaurer completely. The cracktastic tail of the Blitz twitched a few times, the Tiger looked to the jungle and studied it for a second.
"Yea, sure," Sounds good to us!
Orion looked over his shoulder, "Will you be alright, Riza?"
The Organoid stared from where she'd fallen to the ground when the Geno moved. She didn't say anything for a few seconds. Yea, I'll be fine,
The Tiger and pilot nodded, turning to face the forest again. He coiled his legs and sprung off to follow. His own boosters kicked on, and the Tiger caught the Genosaurer quickly so they could run next to eachother. The Tiger certainly had a grace for running, that was for sure.
Seijaku Kurakowa - September 21, 2006 08:53 PM (GMT)
"Time to test your maneuverbility. Pay close attention- these moves will come in handy during combat." Despite the trees rushing forward at an enhanced rate, due to acceleration, Seijaku was as calm as ever. And why shouldn't she be? Piloting a Geno-type Zoid was second nature to her. Her hands rested easily on the controls, which were lazily being pulled here and there from side to side. In response, the black and purple Genosaurer's boosters shifted to the slightest of touch, forcing the mecha to swerve around the masses of trees. Seijun was impressed with herself- she never knew just how agile she could be.
This is great! She cheered, optics brilliantly glowing to show her excitement. The true grace of a Genosaurer was being played very well- something that many people never dreamed could be accomplished was being so. Seijaku had a knack for bringing out the best in these Zoids. There were low-hanging vines up ahead, swarmed around in a thicket that stretched to the jungle ground. The Ancient Zoidian had the Genosaurer stretch her arms forward and flare out her nails. Swiftly, she hacked through the vines on the pass-through, failing to hinder the Zoid's current pace even by the slightest degree.
"We'll be near the arena soon enough. After passing through this jungle there's a clearing. And it's free sailing from there."
Timber Okami - September 23, 2006 02:10 AM (GMT)
The Tiger continued on with the grace that would make a Shadow Fox cry. His paws barely made any noise against the ground as he ran, and he ducked around trees and over boulders easily. Orion glanced over at the Saurer for a second, since he was still keeping pace with it. A sudden flare of his boosters sent the Tiger shooting forward, pulling away from the Genosaurer.
Wooo, hoo! Orion roared as he cleared the forest and came to the open field. The Tiger was in a full tilt run, and looking over his shoulder at the Genosaurer behind him, trying to see how far back they were.
"That's the only bad thing about the Saurer, it isn't too terribly fast,"
Seijaku Kurakowa - September 23, 2006 02:18 AM (GMT)
Seijaku couldn't help but smile at the Blitz Tiger beside her. Its pilot, Phoenix, was proving his skills by keeping up with her maneuverbility. T'wasn't an easy thing to do with a four-legged beast. Probably the reason why she remained fond to the bi-pedal dinosaurs. Seijun was paying more attention to herself- not in the egotistical way- than anything else. The Genosaurer was committing her pilot's moves to her memory banks, to make sure she'll remember the true intensity of her boosters. She did frown slightly when the feline pulled away, though. And hung her head to the comment its humanoid friend made.
Don't worry, Seijun. When we reach your full potential, you'll be even faster. The black and purple mecha grinned, her boosters' output flared up to send her rocketing through another mass of vegetation and to the clearing. That's right. My true potential hasn't been released yet. I can improve! And I will improve! Seijun kept a steady pace of 260km/hr- a mere 30 km/hr beneath the Blitz Tiger's maximum speed. Her head was now held up high, mind tingling pleasantly to the thought of becomming even stronger. She was going to dedicate herself to intense training.
Before long, the massive arena came into view up on the horizon. Despite its growing age, it seemed brand new and highly modern. Seijun pulled to the side as directed, easing towards one of the arched doorways to the right. As she passed through its long tunnel, her boosters quietly shut down and the Zoid was soon back upon her own two talons again. From her landing point on the racetrack, the Genosaurer stepped on over to the starting line and looked to the feline. "Going to join us?"
Timber Okami - September 23, 2006 02:33 AM (GMT)
Phoenix was watching and listening to the other two talk, and rolled his eyes, "You two have no idea," he mumbled. The Tiger snickered, though most of the sound was lost to the wind as he ran.
Well. Yer still faster then a few Zoids I know, he rumbled, slowing down to run beside the Saurer again. The Tiger's eyes glowed as they went through the tunnel, throwing green light onto the walls as he ran. With a sudden cut of the boosters, Orion threw his weight to the side and skidded out the exit, sending sparks flying as he stopped.
Well, eh- "Sure!"
The Tiger ran over to stand next to the Saurer, putting both paws on the line and crouching down on his front end, leaving his behind sticking up in the air.
Timber Okami - September 29, 2006 04:02 PM (GMT)