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Jason uses his lighter to try to set fire to Mario.
-Mario uses FLUDD to put the fire out-
-Jason is still in the hold-
I hope you don't have a crowbar. He would go crazy if you had a crowbar.
Jason tries to stab Mario with his combat knife.
edited 22nd Jul '14 8:41:30 PM by Ventus-Vanitas
Mario lacks a crowbar.
OK, then can you respond to my previous post about stabbing you?
-Mario adjusts his position, pulling Jason's arms behind his back using his shins-
Jason attempts to inject Mario with cyanide, using the compartment in his gloves.
-Mario stomps down on Jason's hands repeatedly, not injected with cyanide-
I feel like this is one big autohit.
Sorry... Maybe not use wrestling moves in the future...?
Yeah, I guess. Either that or I'll have to use Hank Hill on you and screw up the entire arena.
-shrug- I'll let ya out.
-Mario's grip on Jason loosens-
Jason breaks free of the hold, backflipping away. He throws a smoke pellet to the ground, obscuring everything from sight.
-Mario takes advantage of the smokescreen to run over to the Cantina's roof-
When the smoke disapears, Jason is gone.
Gotta get to bed. Sorry.
This city is full of weirdos.
Indeed, you are correct.
Is this a bar, I'm standing on?
-enters the Cantina-
Anybody here, folks?
(the sky darkens a little bit as foul energies gather into a vaguely mermaid-ish silhouette, tall like a house)
(it raises its mighty sword as spectral figures of violinists appear around it, playing a slow, sorrowful piece. The monster seems to conduct them, moving with rhythm)
-Yu Narukami spawns and hears the music- What's that?
(there's that giant mermaid knight thing conducting a violin piece)
(it glances at the newcomer, but otherwise does nothing apart from that)
(though that piece seems rather sorrowful. Soul-rending, in fact. It almost hurts to listen to it)
-Minato appears near the Hangar-
(the piece plays still as the giant conductor is not bothered by new appearances)
>This music hurts to listen to. Your Diligence stat has improved.
(it really does)
(like, it feels like one's soul is being taken apart, piece by piece)
(which, I imagine, hurts a lot)
>This music is awful. What should you do? ==>Continue listening Go away Ask the person to stop playing
>You do not have enough Diligence.
edited 3rd Aug '14 10:15:06 PM by Inceptiond
(finally looks at the wincing fellow) ...(points an accusatory pointer finger at him without a sound as the music cuts off in a second)
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