Artist: The Enigma TNG - Song: Insanity Syndrome - Word Count: N/A
Minatumi harbor, and the islands around it, quite a peaceful place really. Well, that was until you got around to the fact that most of the islands around Minatumi are regularly targeted by random attackers. Clearly, some hollows and demons either from Shadow Fall or not at all decided to attack a village on one of the bordering islands. Sure, they were relatively unprotected. At least, that's what the scene always gave off. However, Ulv has a chunk of people from Minatumi who have powers of their own to protect such places. Arianda Vael, Angel of Conflict, was among those who helped Ulv protect the surrounding Islands. After all, she needed to repay Ulv in some way; this was it. When Arianda felt the presence of such beings on the island, she was like a bullet, dashing out of her house and leaped from the island; running along the air like it was solid ground.
Soon, Arianda had shifted forms, launching straight into her Possessive Drive of Conflict; Timoria. She had not drawn her claws yet. No, such a thing was not needed as she moved. However, it took no time for Arianda to reach her destination; and it was there she saw the horrific sight. Burning houses, harmed and killed citizens, and demons and hollows assaulting them all. Rage flared up from inside Arianda as the demon let her baleful presence free. Normally, Arianda kept her energy from showing it's true colors, giving off a much fonder, relaxing, section of herself. However, Arianda's rage and anger normally gave way to her true energy. The demon and hollows in the village seemed to freeze, even the citizens looked afraid before Arianda gained enough control so they felt the better part of her presence. Realizing who she was, many faces of relief broke out among the people down there. Then, Ari sprung into action.
The Hollows and demons were small-fry; with maybe one semi-powerful leader. However, as soon as Arianda landed in front of the group of hollows and demons; they did not even give it a second thought. The group of beings rushed towards Ari, seemingly not realizing what, or who, she was; but soon, all was clearly. Arianda's hands were surrounded by Giant gauntlets with claws sharper than most of their blades. She growled, her tail flicking as Arianda dove head first into the demons. Anyone to see the sight would know that, no matter what others believed, this was what a demon was truly like.
Arianda ripped and tore, turning beings into mush as her gauntlets seemed to be blue blurs that turn other beings into dust. Even when someone landed a strike against Ari, it did nothing, there was simply a flash of steel, the smallest spurt of blood, and then a cry of agony as whoever got lucky to land an attack on Ari was crushed. She never stopped in her onslaught until she stood amidst a pile of bodies, her claws dripping with different colors of blood; all the hollows were even gone. All that was left was the demon leading them all. Without warning, he charged up to Ari, bringing his sword directly down to her neck. In a flash of movement, Arianda caught the blade in her mouth and crushed it with such force nearly the entire weapon shattered as she grabbed the man with an her bare right hand; the gauntlet seemingly gone. She held his throat tight; her voice ringing out as she spoke."How DARE you attack those who are innocent, who do not wish to fight; who do not wish to die. You deserve not a single bit of mercy!"
Arianda then threw the man into the distant woods, plummeting after him. The villagers could no longer see her and the demonic man, but Masamune would have a clear view. Arianda literally tore him limb from limb, before finally crushing his skull with her foot; spitting onto the corpse before it seemed to wither away into nothingness. Of course, Arianda had absorbed the DE from his remains so nothing would be left; but Masamune could not know that. All he knew was that this woman, this demon, had dismantled an entire force without breaking a sweat; and seemingly without injury. Then, Arianda returned to the villagers. The villagers still looked scared, however, her warm smile and comforting words seemed to calm them; especially now that Arianda seemed to have cleaned any blood off herself. She was, in essence, a demon; and if Masamune saw every second of it, he had no reason to believe himself anywhere near such a being. After all, no man or woman could truly to compare to the brutality of a true demon; especially when enraged.
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