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Artist: Carrotwine - Song: Dark Side Of The Road
His speed had increased, but the combative situation had grown more and more. How many more were in need of rescue? His hand touched his sword's hilt, feeling the metal handle. This took some restraint on his part, he wished to cut through this battlefield like a cyclone.
But that wasn't an option, he couldn't just release his powers without thinking of the others. They all were trying hard, battling hollows so he could focus. Getting people further away from the Citadel where the danger had beset this land. Returning he came to a stop at the location.
His frame began to prepare to move, this wasn't fast enough. He needed to go beyond this, this speed wasn't enough. It needed to be faster, even faster than before. He needed to save them, save as many as he could. They were putting trust in him. His frame stood still, stationary for a moment. Like he'd stopped to consider the situation he was in.
His eyes were closed as he knew he had to go further. Inside him, he needed to shatter those chains binding him. His step had to be faster, shake loose the bindings of reality.
Step into the dreamlike world and become faster, become effortless in your movement. Let all worries and concerns go, you will save them all that you can. Don't let doubt burden the movement or the principal of his step. He once told Ulv and many others what they thought about. What they considered when they stepped.
His mind began thinking about it almost akin to teleportation. The speed that left not a trace of the movement he made. But looked as though he'd remained where he was. Cover every absurd distance, worry not about the distractions of battle. Flicker through them like sands through the desert.
His movement was slight, if people paid attention in a moment he'd appeared where he was. Having used a single step to arrive where he desired. His mind wrapped and contended beginning to remember that feeling. The sensation of movement, his frame bringing people back faster.
They all fought bravely, they all were the best allies one could ask for. This was the ideal moment, for the Fourth Division to prove its worth to the Captain Commander. That the changing of guards had benefited this place.
That his people were stronger for the development, that he could be her shield and sword. no challenge was too big, had she asked he'd of fought Hayden himself. Even if it meant losing, because like those two here. He was a servant to a King, one who was like the Morning Star.
Zin Yuudeshi wasn't here, but he inspired and brought out the best of everyone. He'd let his speed, be the thing that inspired. The quickness in which people rapidly began filling the place. Because soon, when his hands were done saving. He'd exterminate the hollows here.
He would turn his speed to bear upon those who hurt and caused destruction. The flickering flame inside his chest, the feeling of the ever-advancing world. His King was gone, but he left a legacy behind. Someone who carried on the work his master left behind.
He once thought all the stories had been told for him, nothing remained to do. But when that mirror shattered he realized. That his story wasn't just connected to his majesty. He was part of the tapestry of fate being weaved.
At one point he was a single thread on the outer edges, but slowly he crept further and further in. These people here once had been the base of the mountain. But all of them were growing towards the pinnacle of it.
To bring a future worth surviving for, for everyone.