Masks: Tales of Heroism and Villainy
02-10-2017, 07:01 PM (This post was last modified: 02-10-2017 07:02 PM by Bigshot.)
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RE: Masks: Tales of Heroism and Villainy
Lots of aliens, lots of aliens, WAY too many aliens. Panic isn't an emotion that Layla can easily tap into. It's powerful, sure, but more complex than anger or fear to her. It makes her stomach flip, and puts her brain entirely on the defensive.


With a burst of light, she flies to her feet, sending out a knockout arc of energy and throwing up shields to defend herself. Protection is the only thing on her mind right now.
Maria's yell has her throwing up shields not only for herself, but also for her friends, even through the haze of panic in her brain. Her heart's hammering, her hands a flurry of light and motion as she continues to push forward, trying to sprint out ahead of the injured heroes to try to defend them from anything else. Panic wells deep in her chest, gripping at her heart, and she can feel energy pulsing in time with each beat.

It's energy she harnesses a moment later, throwing her arms out. If she could manage to energy bubble Casey, Maria, and Desmond, that would be enough. More would be GREAT, but the panicked response likely wouldn't give her that kind of focus. They were the injured ones that didn't draw power from pain, after all. If they could just get to safety...

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RE: Masks: Tales of Heroism and Villainy - Bigshot - 02-10-2017 07:01 PM