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Subject Post 21Subject: Re: The Den of Beasts [Orange Walk Belize] Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:02 pm
There it was, at last, the release of the eye patch. Tetsuya straightened himself up slowly and sighed. His body had stopped hollowfying for the moment and the increase to his states was welcome. His body felt stronger and so did his speed. The spiritual pressure increase of Zaraki was remarkable. But it was about time he released his plants and began fighting to win wasn't it? His hollow didn't touch his zanpakuto powers really. Tetsuya couldn't do much about them in the long run. But he created special plants when he activated his zanpakuto's powers normally. He sighed softly and spoke the words now that Zaraki longed for. "Bankai.." It was instant as Zaraki's energy was sucked into the plants that exploded everywhere. Zaraki's energy would begin being taken in by the special reishi eating plants. This would allow them to continue multiplying and growing. Tetsuya's plants and such began growing more and more. These were a special breed of plant that allowed him to absorb reishi from enemies.
The effect was strong as the male's eye patch was off. Zaraki's energy was flowing freely creating quite the forest. And the more that came out the greater they would spawn. These only worked well on enemies who's energy was huge and massive in some shape or form. Tetsuya's hand touched his zanpakuto softly. He looked down at the hollow like hand and took in his situation. This place was going to get crowded soon enough and it was about time to do the next portion. Vines would begin wrapping around Zaraki's body. These thorns and such multiplied by the energy they were fed. His bankai was designed to give him control over plants among other things. Stones, metals, and such also belonged to him. Gems would begin to form around Zaraki's frame as Tetsuya stood to observe. He didn't need to trade anymore with Zaraki now. He could fire ceros and fight from this range at the moment. Three hundred meters of forest for an assassin to move through. No, he didn't like that, but he guessed it was fine. Tetsuya's presence seemed to fade into the forest as it began its work.
The very tree's seemed out to get the Gotei member as Tetsuya's Bankai began its work. The question was could Tetsuya push himself further and enhance his power. He had an idea in mind as he faded into the massive forest. Tetsuya could disappear in this place from Zaraki's view. His hollow sat watching how Tetsuya used this body of his at the moment. The enhancements of a natural transformation were something. High-Speed Regeneration and Physical augmentation were all he obtained. But Tetsuya seemed like a fish in this situation. He used his knowledge of the Bankai and the plant's information. He could hide and come out and use a higher rank cero. He'd not made a sound or given away his presence as he moved through the forest. All the while Zaraki was attacked and battled by the forest itself. This was a moment to turn things around, his energy felt potent. As he moved closer towards the enemy.
He emerged from the bushes without making noise or giving himself away. Putting a hand on Zaraki's back as he began to use Cero Oscuras. The black glow that emitted from it looked promising as he thought it would be an easy one here. Instead what happened caught him off guard, the Cero exploded blasting him back into the forest. Tetsuya had been blown away as it was likely he'd done some damage. His body ached as it began healing itself from the injuries. Tetsuya's breathing was growing heavier for a moment as he pushed himself up off the ground. He'd blown himself up and Zaraki's back. The explosion of this Cero had been devastating. Had they not been inside his Bankai, it would have likely done serious damage outside. Trees and such were knocked down and blasted away. But something strange began, as the Bankai began to repair itself. Tetsuya had to rethink his strategy at this point. Everything he'd tried so far had been exceptional failures in every aspect.
Was poison the only choice to battle Zaraki and win this battle? Could he do nothing else, he refused to believe it. No, he would not give in as he tightened his grip on his zanpakuto. Tetsuya's teeth gritted as he'd avoided the assault and given Zaraki what he wanted. He wanted to prove his strength to his enemies, to show them power without equal. He didn't need to be Tetsuya Unabara anymore did he? He could be Tetsuya Tachibana, head of his own thing. He didn't need to be loyal to this crap anymore. He could go about doing his own thing and find his way to be strong.
Subject Post 22Subject: Re: The Den of Beasts [Orange Walk Belize] Thu Feb 01, 2018 11:44 pm
Having been interrupted from potentially killing Tetsuya where he stood, Zaraki Kenpachi looked around at the new scenery made by his foe's final release. It was as if they had been transported into an entirely different dimension, one populated solely by the two fighters and what seemed to be hundreds of plants and foliage. Zaraki's frown became more pronounced as his annoyance at Tetsuya was now palpable. It would be clear from the extreme killing intent he was now exuding that the Demon of the Rukongai was in no mood to be playing games. In fact, his mood only worsened when he noticed the plants trying to absorb his ambient energy. Despite his reputation as a dumb warmonger, Zaraki was far more intelligent and perceptive than given credit for. Many of his battles throughout the centuries had been decided by his keen ability to figure out and fight against complex or unknown abilities, a trait which was especially handy given his own limited capabilities. Having to rely solely on fighting ability and physical prowess, Zaraki was usually at a disadvantage against people like Tetsuya. Or, at least, one might think he would be.
After looking around for just a couple seconds, the true Kenpachi wasted no time in causing as much mayhem and destruction as he possibly could. For this reason he lifted his right knee up in front of his chest, and then immediately slammed his foot down with what could only be described as colossal force. Zaraki's force impacted the ground with unreal strength. Massive shock waves were sent out in every direction capable of tearing through and collapsing entire structures the size of skyscrapers. Along with this, huge chunks of earth began splitting apart as the surroundings raised and lowered in rapid succession, eviscerating the terrain. This destruction continued to spread for hundreds of meters in every direction as gigantic fissures opened up and split apart the ground. This singular action had turned not just Tetsuya's forest, but the entire surrounding area as well into a Hell on Earth. This was the true power of Zaraki Kenpachi, legendary Captain of the Gotei Thirteen.
Having used more strength than he meant to, soon all of Orange Walk had been reduced to little more than rubble and destroyed buildings. This was proof he was still getting accustomed to his full strength again. Regardless, his goal was accomplished: Leeching plants no longer surrounded him. Interestingly, at the same time he'd slammed his foot down Tetsuya had also attempted to attack him. What ended up happening was a thing of pure chance: The following earthquake would have either disrupted Tetsuya's action or caused it to explode in his face, coincidentally preventing his attack from even going off just as the Vizard had interrupted Zaraki's previous attacks from doing the same.
Now located at the epicenter of what seemed to be an apocalyptic wasteland, Zaraki once again looked around and scanned his environment. His action had created a massive circle of destroyed and shattered terrain with a kilometer-wide radius. "Come out and fight!" he roared to his opponent. This battle would not end without a clear victor, regardless of who it was. Zaraki would ensure such an outcome. Deciding his previous attack had not quite been enough, the infamous warrior lifted his sword and tightened his on its handle before swinging it in a large 360 degree arc horizontally. The results were devastating. From physical strength alone, Zaraki was able to send out a ring of air pressure capable of cutting cleanly through diamond. This ring expanded continuously as it moved, slicing apart practically everything it came across. If Tetsuya's body was caught by this attack he likely would be split in two as even his Zanpakutou would have trouble defending against it. This ring grew for a few hundred meters before eventually petering out. This duel had obviously reached a level far above even just a few minutes prior.
With the land broken and air torn through, locating Tetsuya was now much simpler as his Reiatsu signature was no longer distorted by his plants. Facing the Vizard's direction, Zaraki lifted a house-sized chunk of rock and earth with his left hand and chucked it at the man. Immediately afterwards he swung his Zanpakutou down vertically, creating another blast of air pressure almost as sharp as his own blade. The earth chunk would make it difficult for Tetsuya to see the following air blade, so if he attempted to block or destroy the former then the latter would definitely complicate things as it was close behind. Regardless of what Tetsuya chose to do or where he went, if he moved at all, Zaraki shot forward and quickly reached his location. With burning anger clear in his eyes and on his face, the Shinigami swordsman would strike out at his opponent with ungodly ferocity of which the world had rarely seen. In rapid succession his Zanpakutou attempted to slice through Tetsuya a dozen times, turning the ground behind him into an explosive Armageddon. Zaraki's physical power might even seem endless at this point.