ENTER THE WARHOUND
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He would take her hand, his rather callous one perhaps a contrast o her own. He held on firmly, and truth be told he hadn't 'held hands' for quite some time.
"Ahh I see. Perhaps we could construct something like a pitt? Only ankle deep with soft earth edges. Perhaps once that is done we can have grass, laid within the pitt for a softer surface. Although I assume this game is played shoeless so bare dirt may be better."
The man would offer the suggestion as he brought a hand to his chin, examining the feel. For a moment his eyes would close, before suddenly opening with some intensity. The blue eye of his would begin to glow, a very subtle clicking sound would be heard as he began to see the field in a new way. An ariel view allowing him to gain the perfect measurements he would need, along with the grand scheme of things.
He'd let out a thoughtful hum, before nodding. He had what he needed to along with a little bit of mental gymnastics he would be able to get this done shortly. Once he was given the final bit of instruction he'd set to work, using careful techniques to send kinetic forces towards the ground to break up the ground. Using his stone connections to remove any wayward stones, gathering them in a rotating shield before slowly piling them else where. It would take some time and he'd work up a minor sweat, but once the field as made he'd take the excess dirt and begin to build a border.
He'd use his fire ability to slowly heat the stone, as if to harden it and make a dried barrier. It was still hard and of course a bad fall would hurt, but not quite as deadly or unforgiving as stone. Such was the nature of sports. But once all was said and done, and time passed he would be approaching evening as he rubbed his sweat drenched forehead.
A field had been erected, the measurements having been perfectly calculated. He'd look to her, huffing slightly hands on hips.
"Looks good, it could use some false grass. I could make a call to have some delivered within the next day or so, but like I said- dirt may be better for bare feet." A smile was offered.