1. No godmodding. 2. No auto-hitting. 3. No OHKO's.
Kaiser trudged through the snow of the tundra, his axe strapped to his back. His opponnent was yet to arrive, giving him time to plan, and set a few traps. Kaiser turned his nail into a small blade, and drew silver ooze that acted as his blood from his right arm. He let it drip to the floor below him, then did this in several more spots. Kaiser took some snow and placed it over the cut. The silver ooze glowed and the snow turned to a scar on his skin. His blood was useful, as it was what allowed him to morph his body, and he could use it to heal minor injuries. He heard the snow crunching , and figured that it would be his opponent. "It's about time you showed up." He grinned, "I was beginning to think that you'd changed your mind."
Erin was in fox form. She looked up at Kaiser but didn't speak. 'Better keep some secrecy.' she thought. Erin sat down in the snow, just looking at Kaiser to appear mysterious. Erin thought out plans and stragedies for how to attack him. Erin ran behind Kaiser extremely fast, then made an ice spike in mid-air and it shot down towards him.
Kaiser held up his hand and morphed it into a block of steel. The ice shattered against it, and Kaiser grinned. "You're naive." He grinned, "You'd better watch your step." Kaiser could feel were the silver ooze was in snow, as it seemed to be calling to him. However, since Erin had natural blood in her, she wouldn't be able to feel it like he could, only see it. Kaiser grabbed a nearby fallen icicle, then hurled it at Erin.
Erin growled, and jumped to the side, narrowly avoiding the icicle. She bowed her head, and slowly changed to kitsune form. Erin looked up, staring him straight in the eyes. "I say you want to watch your step." she said. Erin ran a few feet backwards, then put her hands on the ground. The ground started shaking, then a trail of icicle shot into the air, hovering their. Erin jumped up and began launched them at Kaiser.
Kaiser smiled at Erin's remark, knowing that she'd realise what he meant sooner or later. Kaiser turned his arms into steel and batted away the icicles like flies. "Is that all you can do?" He smirked, "If so, this is a waste of my time." Kaiser charged at Erin with the force of a bull and speed of a cheetah. When he was close enough, he swung his left fist, still made of steel, at Erin's face.
Erin ran backwards at the same speed and made a ice wall, then jumped to the side. Erin took out her broadsword, which was large. She held it in both hands, then moved forward slowly. She lifted the sword up, then swung it to the side in an attempt to hit him.
Kaiser's fist collided with Erin's sword, knocking it away from him. Oscar then slammed his fist into the ice wall, shattering it. "Ice is no match for steel." Kaiser grinned, and grabbed his axe. He pulled back his arm and hurled the axe at Erin as if it were a twig.
Erin held her sword in both hands and in front of her, stopping the ax, but her sword cracked a little. Erin sighed, and bent down. She made a strange mark in the snow, then demonic energy surged from it into her sword. Erin stood up, this time stumbling from the sword's weight, since the demon mark took most of her energy. She threw the sword at an impossible speed towards Kaiser.
Kaiser leapt bacwards behind one of the traps he had set, and raised his hand. The silver ooze shot up and morphed into a steel pillar, which the sword bounced harmlessly off. Kaiser picked up the sword with ease, and spun it round in his hand as if it weighed no more than a dagger. "It's a shame that your own sword's going to be used to kill you." Kaiser smirked, "But don't worry, it'll be in good hands with me." Kaiser charged again, and slashed at Erin when he was close enough for her sword to cut through her.
Erin created a wall of demonic energy this time, but she got a slash on her torso. Erin staggered backwards, on hand wrapped around her torso. She was panting, but didnt plan on giving up yet. She changed into a fox once more, but still swayed on her feet. "Don't think I'm gonna give up yet." Erin said. Erin ran and jumped up and attempted to bite Kaiser on the shoulder.
Kaiser ducked and rolled away from Erin, and grinned as he realised that she'd fallen right into his trap. She was standing over some of his blood, just like he'd planned. He held out his arm, and his veins glowed silver, forcing the silver ooze beneath Erin to shoot up as a spear-like icicle. He was hoping it would hit, as using blood that wasn't in his body took reasonable amounts of energy.
Erin was still slow, and she moved, but the she got cut on her side. Erin looked down and for the first time noticed the snow had a silver color. She moved backwards, avoiding the snow with Kaiser's blood, then created icicles around him. Erin narrowed them down, then they shot towards him.
Kaiser let the icicles hit him, and they stuck into his flesh. He pulled them out, allowing his blood to drip to the ground. "You're just digging your own grave." He sneered, "The more you cut me, the easier it will be for me to kill you!" Kaiser charged again, swinging Erin's broadsword at her in a crazed frenzy of slashes.
Erin's dodged the slashes and jumped over Kaiser. She was breathing hard now, blood dripping onto the snow. Erin shook her head. 'Ugg, I can't keep avoiding like this.' She thought. She glanced over her shoulder at him. 'I can't tell if he's tired or not. Maybe I can drain his energy.' Erin ran forward, trying to see if she can tire him out some.
Kaiser turned round, grinning like a maniac. Wherever he walked, he dripped silver ooze, making Erin's need to watch where she put her feet even greater. However, this was draining his energy, and he'd eventaully collapse from blood loss unless he covered his wounds. Kaiser then had an idea, regarding blood loss. Erin was bleeding heavily as well, so if Kaiser could cover up his wounds he just had to keep Erin on her feet so she couldn't cover hers. Kaiser noticed Erin running at him, and he had his blood in front of him. He held out his arm and his veins glowed silver, turning the blood in front of him into a wall of steel, defending him. While the barrier was protecting him, he set to work gathering snow and fusing it over his wounds.
Erin hit the wall face-first. She stumbled backwards and saw Kaiser healing. Erin could also heal using demon power and snow, but it would take a while. She ran backwards, making several large ice pillars appear behind her to halt Kaiser if he approached her, and stopped. Erin drew a mark in the snow. The snow started glowing, then turned blue. She rubbed some of it on her wounds, and they slowly began to heal.
Kaiser noticed Erin healing, and knew he had to stop her. He hurled Erin's sword through the pillars she'd created, shattering them, then grabbed his axe. He charged at her, swinging his axe savagely at her, in an attempt to stop her from healing, and to draw more blood. "By the time I'm finished with you, the snow will be red with your blood!" Kaiser roared as he swung the axe down at Erin's head.
Erin saw Kaiser threw her sword at her. Quickly Erin changed back to kitsune form and grabbed the sword as Kaiser swung his ax down at her. Erin held her sword in both hands and had it above her head, stopping the ax. She just needed a little more time, as long as she didn't get hit again, the wounds would continue healing. "I don't think so." Erin said calmly. Erin jumped away and began running backwards, hoping she could avoid him long enough.