Wielder of the Red Lightning/Dark Lance
Trained to kill, Hunter made it his religion to strategize under the most adverse circumstances but when he saw the monster slam it's foot against the red-head, he faltered. Fortunately, there was Stella.
"Well, what are you waiting for? Aren't you going to swoop in and save your... little friend?..."
The former assassin shook his head and turned his cold stare on the clay giant. This wasn't the moment to let emotion get int he way - people died that way and he wasn't about to let that happen. He collected his thoughts and regained composure. Bending his knees, Hunter sprung forward like a bolt of lightning and slammed fist-first into the enemy's chest. The impact was so tremendous, a wave of space rippled into the enemy's bare before slaughtering it into a thousand pieces.
Without a second more worth sparing, Hunter paced toward Carly. He inclined his head and offered her his trembling right. "Caroline..." Hunter trailed off.
He could feel the enemy's presence still alive and strong. Without much thought, he turned around to the sight of thousands of clay particles reforming back into the clay giant. "Impossible!" His voice thundered in disbelief, peering past his comprehension.
I cannot risk using that, he thought, there must be some other way.
His gaze sought desperately for a way out and then he spotted the giant rip on the ground. "Can you hover?" Hunter asked, his tone warm towards her, "I have a plan."
An airtight, metal prison.
They'd need to be a team but he wasn't used to it. He didn't have the people skills to bag and take your grocery out to your car for you so he'd do it the only way he knew how - direct, to the point.
"Caroline, Stella, we need to regroup," he said before bolting off in Michel's and Zuri's direction. The duo were trapped bullseye in the middle of a humanoid swarm. Hunter smashed into the crowed of creatures, beheading the nearest one and flip-kicking the opposite. Just when it appeared his momentum was at its finest, he was caught by a headsmash to the chest. Hunter violently crashed against the hard ground. He could feel the coldness of it even through the thick of his attire. Before he could be sent off to oblivion by a claw to the face, Hunter jerked his neck and rammed his dark lance into his opponent's stomach. He struggled back on his two and waited for Caroline and Stella to dispatch the remaining humanoids.
He laid his sight on Michel and then shot Zuri a quick glance. "I see Milly was here."
"We cannot kill that monster because it isn't real," Hunter projected his voice, "our true option is to trap it back into the hellhole from whence it came."
"I'll guide it back to the earth-gash but I'll need a sniper to do away with the humaoinds, I cannot deal with them all in my current state... Stella, you need to trap the clay beast in a prison but it needs to be air-locked. Caroline I trust your power. Soon as the beast is trapped and back in the hellhole, we'll need the Earth Guardian to seal it back. I don't know the extent of your injury Michel but this has to be done."
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