1. No powerplaying. 2. No godmodding. 3. No auto-hitting. 4. All standard role-play rules apply. 5. The battle is one v.s. one. 6. The battle will take place atop of a snowy mountain.
A young brown-haired boy stood on the snow, his face hidden by an ink-black cloak. He was clutching a basket filled to the brim with herbs and spices. He was probably a merchant. The boy would probably be thinking something like, "I wonder when father will return," or maybe, "I don't think my stuff will fare well in this cold weather."
In reality, the boy was Sanshin in one of her best, and special, disguises. As she walked along, her shoes digging into the snow, she wondered where her opponent was. But there was a sound. Sanshin clutched her fan, and turned. It was just a white fox, presumably heading back to its den. Sighing with relief, Sanshin relaxed.
Hoisting himself up from the ledge below, Kaiser climbed up and towards the boy. Kaiser doubted he knew where he was, let alone that a battle was going to ensue. "Hey, kid!" Kaiser called out the bitter wind, "It's dangerous out here, you need to go home. There's going to be a fight here, and you don't want to be a part of it." Kaiser suddenly noticed the bladed fan in the boy's hand, making him realise that this boy was his opponent. However, Kaiser didn't let on that he'd seen through the boy's ruse. He walked closer to the boy, and put his hand on his shoulder, as if to push him away. "Go on, skedaddle!" Kaiser ordered before a blade shot out from his wrist in an attempt to pierce the boy's shoulder.
Sanshin dashed back, avoiding the blade. The girl stood, thinking. She considered two options: either take the cloak off and fight with the fan, or keep it on and fight physically. But she knew she was probably lacking in physical strength, although she decided on the second option. Chances were that the cloak would fall off during battle anyway. Pushing it back to reveal her face, she glanced at Kaiser. "Glad to see you finally came, sir." Sanshin said, a hint of happiness and fear mixed on her voice. She clenched a tightly-bandaged hand, silently looking for a good place to strike. But she decided on a different tactic. The top of the mountain was wide, chances were slim that she would fall. Turning away from Kaiser, she ran behind the thick forest of trees and climbed up a random one.
"How adorable." Kaiser chuckled as he watched Sanshin run off, "You can't run from me, little girl." Kaiser watched her carefully as he followed her at a matching pace, deciding she wasn't worth chasing at full pelt. He saw the tree she climbed into and hid in, a big mistake. Kaiser hoisted his axe off his back and pulled it back, ready to swing it. "And neither can you hide." He grinned as he swung his axe violently at the trunk of the tree, splintering through it, causing the tree to topple over. Kaiser readied his axe to swing at Sanshin who he hoped had fallen with the tree.
"Sir, I'm not that idiotic." Sanshin called from a different tree. As soon as she saw him swing the axe, she had jumped to the nearest tree she saw and climbed up yet again. Her cloak had gotten snagged on the branches, and Sanshin had no choice but to leave it behind when the tree fell. Carefully removing her fan from her clothes, she opened it and slid her finger over the edge. "Type C, Mirror." Sanshin murmured. The fan didn't glow or do anything at all, but she knew it was set. Jumping down in front of Kaiser, she brandished the fan, the other bandaged hand ready to strike. "I'm sorry for hiding."
Kaiser had heard Sanshin muttering something from another tree, then saw her leap down from it, clutching her bladed fan. "And neither am I." Kaiser informed her, morphing his arms into steel and holding up his axe in a defensive position. If he could somehow use the power of her weapon against her, making a powerful blow wouldn't be anywhere near as hard as before. He hadn't understood what she had said while hiding, so he had no clues as to what strange power Sanshin had imbued her fan with. He could just block and hope for the best.
Sanshin charged at Kaiser but instead of attempting to strike him, she jumped up above him. At the peak of her jump, she quickly slipped a small bottle out of her gown and coated her fan with the thick, syrupy liquid. Landing on the ground, Sanshin quickly thought about what she should do. There was a river nearby; she had heard the sound of the water on the way up. If she could get to the river, she could use the water terrain to her advantage. Sanshin had trained hard in those kinds. But she decided to go with her standard strategy. Starting to charge at Kaiser once again, she feinted a strong punch at his ribcage, but swooped down and did a low kick, praying it would make contact.