Pyr and Advent vs Captain Malcolm May 19, 2020 16:56:03 GMT -5
Post by Pyrrhos Akoúo̱ on May 19, 2020 16:56:03 GMT -5
Pyr had just wrapped up his demonstration but he wasn't completely satisfied with just that. Showing what he can do with his magic is all well and good but as a warrior the only true way to show what potential he had and what he could bring to the table. So he to show his courage he looked up at the Captains sitting that were observing the demonstrations until his focus was locked on Malcolm, the Captain of the Black bulls. It was the simplicity of his speech that caught his attention and made his choice of which of the squads he was going to join much easier. Malcolm made the claim that he would make those who joined the Black Bulls the best fighters and he wanted the exam takes to fight well and fight hard. Not losing his smile but letting the fierceness of his eyes match his words. "I don't know what the proper etiquette is here but You said to fight hard and fight well and to join the Bulls so you can make me the best fighter." He would make a fist and point it at the black haired man, "Those are words of a warrior. So take this with no disrespect but from one warrior to another we both know words aren't enough and watching actions from a third person perspective don't quite cut it either. Warriors have to feel. Captain I would like to spar you so you can feel what I can bring to the table and so I can feel just how much further I can still grow. What do you say?" Not letting the Captain out of his sight he just backed up so he would be across the arena from where the Captain might enter or jump down. Once he was happy with the distance he made he would start to stretch in preparation for the fight that was about to go down. By all means he should be a bundle of nerves after all he just challenged a Captain to a fight, the fight that would help determine if he was going to be in the Black Bulls or not. However he wasn't he was excited to see what he can do against a Captain and to measure just how much of a distance there is between them.