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The perpetrators are a trio of helicopters... wireframe helicopters. Great.
(takes notice of the surprise attack, but then Neith comes to aid)
...(takes a step back still) I suppose we need to thank you, Miss.(bows a little before eyeing the copters) I assume these aren't Stands either, so normal rules would not apply to them...
Hm.(stares them down)
The helicopters all focus their fire on Neith, a proper full-size Macross Missile Massacre.
FM directs the giant floating rune over to guard Neith, absorbing most of the missile fire before it shatters from the repeated impact. The shards of it however, are sent flying at the wireframes like a swarm of deadly knives. "Wait a second, these are the helicopters from last time. Greeaaaaat, does this mean a tanks going to show up?"
Two helicopters swerve out of the way.
The third is hit, but not totally destroyed. Instead, the shards mess it up good, breaking its wireframes everywhere they strike; its weapons are disabled, and it's barely staying aloft. However, the wireframes slowly start to rejoin, self-repairing.
I think not. Hierophant Green!(cue the Stand◊)
Emerald Splash!(HG throws a hailstorm of emeralds at the reforming copter)
Neith just scoffs audaciously at the missile storm before once again firing a swarn of homing lasers from her hands and then zooming around to dodge those that survived her barrage.
Harmless wireframe shards go everywhere.
Also, nothing to dodge, FM took care of most homing lasers would wreck the rest. Or vice versa - dodge the remainder, no need for lasers.
Frustrated, the other two 'copters switch target to the (seemingly) more vulnerable humans, raining down more missiles as well as chaingun fire.
edited 16th Oct '14 3:48:23 AM by MicoolTNT
Facking slow internet. typing on a smartphone sucks!
FM decides to show the wireframes just how stupid they are for assuming he's vulnerable. How? He aims both of his palms at them and grins. "Vacuum crash." Two walls of physical force would try to slam into the sides of the helicopters, attempting to smash them into each other. "Uh, Stand guy, can you handle defense?"
Naturally. (HG extends a ton of tentacles to form a barrier shielding Kakyoin and FM from damage)
Hmph.(then one of the tentacles shoots out to bring one of the copters down)
edited 16th Oct '14 3:52:01 AM by FergardStratoavis
-tentacles stop missiles-
The Vacuum Crash sends the two helicopters spinning into each other, and they crash together, sending wireframe shards everywhere. The tentacle then impales the twisted whole, breaking it even more. What's left of the helicopters hits the ground, sending harmless wireframe shards everywhere.
Then the douche in my avatar pushes his way out of the wireframe wreckage, and vengefully fires Frickin' Laser Beams at FM from a pair of Wrist Blasters.
edited 16th Oct '14 3:57:59 AM by MicoolTNT
"Shiiiit!" FM quickly brings up a wall of defensive runes, but winces in pain as a few blasts get through anyways and slice into his skin. Nothing major is sliced, but FM is now bleeding from his legs and a wound on his torso. "Defensive runes, Counterattack!" The runes flash, only to fire off their energy at the wireframe in the form of white beams of light.
The Wireframe Pilot gets zapped by the counter-fire, which punches several holes in its torso... but it falls to one knee and picks up a handful of wireframe wreckage. The remaining intact wireframes from the wreckage in its hand, as well as the wreckage around its knees, flow into it, repairing it.
It then uses its other hand's wrist blaster to fire a Charge Shot at FM.
edited 16th Oct '14 4:04:52 AM by MicoolTNT
It changed into something else entirely?(keeps the tentacle shield up)
Emerald Splash!(moar emeralds throwing at the pilot)
edited 16th Oct '14 4:11:59 AM by FergardStratoavis
It's not bigger (for now); it's the pilot. For now, it's just self-repairing by absorbing the downed craft.
FM decides to hop behind the shield of walls to avoid getting his runes broken by the charged beam. Though he mis-times his jump...and gets his robe set on fire. "Crudcrudcrud!!!" Which he reacts to by quickly taking it off, and tossing it at the wireframe. Oh, and he aims his palm at the construct and unleashes a rapid volley of vacuum forces.
The fire does jack-shit to the wireframe, but the light attacks wreck up its armour. However, it immediately begins self-repairing again, while retaliating with a grenade.
It has now used up a visible portion of the wireframe-chopper-wreckage. It can't keep self-repairing forever.
FM reacts to said grenade by summoning the Hydra. Said Hydra is then mentally told to eat the grenade. Much detonation of heads ensues, and it grows back with a new second head. "Hydra Orbs." Which the Hydra puts to good use by firing two balls of energy the wireframes way. Both of which are explosive.
The wireframe's body gets scattered and blown apart, and its legs dissolve into random wireframe lines. However, its head flies into the air, lands back on the heap of chopper wreckage... and immediately begins to rebuild itself a new body.
It also fires rather weak eye-beams at you, more for suppression than damage.
edited 16th Oct '14 4:21:20 AM by MicoolTNT
(moar emeralds still)
FM merely lets the Hydra take the brunt of the weak laser fire. Which it angrily responds to by breathing out a cloud of acidic gas the wireframes way. FM decides to make things worse for the wireframe by firing three vacuum forces in a row into it.
The light attacks wreck the wireframe's attempts to reform its body... and then the poison gas turns its head green. The green head quickly loses cohesion and scatters to the breeze. As previously noted, poison is not a Useless Useful Spell against Cyberna and her constructs. Fire, however, seems to be.
All that's left is a sparking pile of wrecked wireframes.
FM then proceeds to say nothing at all about his victory. He knows far too well what happens when one says an encounter was too easy or not. Though that doesn't stop the Stand user from dooming the two to an extra round of wireframe.
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