Retsu let out a surprised gasp as he was suddenly flung backwards, flying several feet backwards before he stop himself. He shook himself off before looking up to his opponent. "You fight well enough. Certainly I was right in choosing you as a candidate for my army. However...."
Retsu raised both his hands before pulling them back two deep blue Ki balls appeared in his hands. They sparked as they began to charge, slowly growing larger as time went on.
"I'm going to teach you just how outmatched you are..."
[1/3 KP] [Retsu is Charging Energy Siege. 33% => 66%]
Namorel grasped at his chest and shoulder as the 'lord' left his grip. Pulling his hand back he saw it marred in small amounts of purple blood. "Oh, would you look at this... I finally bleed!" He said, wiping the hand against his clothes. The purple almost blended in with the blue of the gi the further the blood was driven across it. Hes arm whose hand contained the whip was nowhere near as mobile as it was before hand, but this did not hold Namorel back as he pulled his hand up and swung his arm at an angle, the whip spanning for yards as it flew diagonally in front of Namorel.
"Heh, I may not be the strongest in the world. But I swear to any god that is listening that I will give you all that I have got!!" His voice boomed through out the valley they stood in, the mountains shaking with the vibrations of his voice loosening the snow they held unto dearly. After the first swing he would raise his hand once more to drop another swing of the gargantuan whip in the opposite diagonal direction he had formerly swung in. KP: 3/3 [No new tech activations/charges.]
Retsu looked up quickly as the whip came down towards him the first time. He threw his hand forward, throwing large ki blasts out rapidly. Several of them hit the whip, causing explosions that would send the whip past him. The ki blasts that didn't hit the whip would fly towards Namorel at full speed, each one of them causing an explosion should they hit.
He continued this for a few moments, sending several dozen volleys of his Ki blasts towards Namorel. "ENERGY SIEGE!" He roared as he did so.
To Namorel's dismay the first swing of the whip had come to fail to hit Retsu, sliding past him as the ki blasts erupted on the whip before it could hit him. Gritting his teeth with the second swing. He had to get this second full swing in before the ki blasts that missed the whip hit him, he was already showing signs of weakness with each new hit and he was sure that these next few blasts would knock him unto hick back or against the mountain behind him.
His arm and whip would be halfway into the swing when the blasts hit him, and just as he expected, caused him to lurch backwards. His arms weren't in the place to catch himself and he was thrown back into the mountain, snow toppling unto his body as he crashed into it, the sound of a groaning could be heard from the other mountains nearby.. the snow of them beginning to crash down in a mass avalanche. The shock wave of his collapse had spread and the snow was falling at a rapid rate, filling the valley below in a few feet of blanketed snow.
Namorel took a moment before groaning and slowly rising up, his head and upper chest were almost completely covered in snow. He would try to rise up from the rocky surface, to his dismay he was pelted with holes spanning various parts of his body. "There is still fight in my yet." He said, shakily rising up and charging once more at Retsu.
Retsu brought his arms behind his back and stared at Namorel. "My you are hard to put down.." He muttered. He chuckled to himself. "If I didn't know any better I'd think you are trying to show off." He smiled at him. "But it seems your struggling." He nodded. "And here I am... Only using ten percent of my full power." He stretched for a moment before his tail whipped about behind him.
As the namekian charged Retsu sighed. "You aren't going to win this." He said. "So just do your self a favor.... And sit down." His aura ripped up around him again before he shot off towards Namorel. With a boom be broke the sound barrier and began flying in an erratic pattern to try and confuse him. The attack was going to be another head butt. But this time it was aiming for the namekian's forehead. "Every time you get up I'll put you back down!"
"Put me back down eh?" Namorel replied, smirking. His defeat was inevitable, but a warrior doesn't quit until he has to. "what good is my strength if I don't use it." Namorel also said, more so to himself than anyone else. He saw Retsu begin to move, the sound barrier bursting around him. Namorel closed his eyes and listened, knowing he stood no chance trying to track the being with his eyes. He could hear the air moving swiftly around Retsu, him bobbing and weaving as he went. "I don't know if I can react fast enough to block this one."
He though of all the possible actions he could take to react to Retsu. Nothing fast enough cam to mind and he was in too much pain to try anything that would test his body too much. He spread his arms to the furthest extend he could span them, and pulled them behind him, using his elasticity to epand te distance between the palsm to great lengths one way, but having the backs of his hands touching one another.
"Welp, this is all that I've got... let's hope this works." Namorel said as he jumped forwards, towards the zig zagging path Retsu was taking and keeping his eyes, tossed his hands at one another with the force of a cannon, his arms acting like rubber bands when flinging his hands together. Namorel hoped that at least the shock wave created by the clap would buy him a small amount of time.
If this failed Namorel had no other option, but to lose. This was his last desperate attempt at at least leveling the playing field until he collapsed of exhaustion. His sight was already dimming as he flew into the air, the energy exerted by his slinging of his hands took a bigger toll on him than he wanted it to, but desperate times call for desperate measures, and at this point Namorel was depserate.
Retsu zig zaged here and there, trying his best to confuse Namorel, but it seemed he had other plans. When the clap came Retsu brought up his arms to either side of him. He grunted and moved his legs to also help keep himself from being smashed. He struggled against the strength of the Giant Namekian. Yet he didn't falter. He held his own and push against the Namekian's hand. His tail would move about, whipping at the hands here and there before he got an idea.
He whipped his tail underneath him, a smile growing on his face. He swallowed hard before speaking up. "You fight well... Quite well, but not well enough." A blue sphere appeared at the end of his tail, glowing and growing larger before a large blue beam fired out. "LANCE CANNON!"
"I've got you." Namorel's voice boomed through the mountains as he said this. He was unsure if this would solve anything for him, but knew he had to do what he had left to do. He pushed against Retsu's immense strength, knowing he was still way out of his league. Despite this he had to keep pushing, to try and end this. His eyes were beginning to become spotty, his vision blurring even more than it had been. His energy was draining very rapidly and he had to do something.
His arms began to tremble, the shaking would be made obvious to Retsu as Namorel's force shrank and shrank with each push. His vision was also beginning to cut, flashing some nad the spots of exhaustion getting to him. He saw a bright light at the end of Retsu's tail, it no longer thrashing at his hands; this energy pulsing some. He heard Retsu say something, but couldn't quite make it out before he felt a lurch in his upper torso. "Looks like I'm not quite strong enough." He said resentfully and full of spite.
His body shrank back to normal size as he collapsed to the ground, leaving an indention in the snow. He hadn't been knocked out quite yet, rising to his feet. "This isn-" He stumbled and almost fell, his knee hitting the ground before he rose to his feet once more, hunched over in pain. "T-this in't over... I will find you again someday and we will settle this." On those words he fell face first, collapsing under his own weight and loss of energy.
His mind was flooded with dreams of him making his promise to become stronger for his father, these images just made him realize how weak he really was. "I have to become stronger for father." He thought to himself as these images flashed on. Then the elder's words boomed in his head. "Sometimes strength is in the heart." He still found this conflicting with his ideology, but perhaps was now seeing what the elder meant, why else did he attack Retsu then to defend the honor of his family and peers, who Retsu had insulted. His mind then rested itself, holding him off until he awoke.