Silent Pony

Dice Roll: 1d6+5
d6 Results: 3 (Total = 8)

The creature continues to press forward towards Zip. It seems to have some kind of unnatural, unrelenting strength despite its frail looking frame. Trying to match that strength was starting to seem like an up hill battle.

The creature continues to push forward using that unnatural power.

Dice Roll: 1d6+5
d6 Results: 5 (Total = 10)

Being pinned under the monster didn't leave Zip many options, he either fight back, or let go and probably die, and he wasn't ready to give up yet. He thought of his companions, and all he's been through so far. He thought of Fable and SilentShadow, and how he promised Fable and Sketches he was gonna come and visit them. It was far too soon to give up.

Fable...this is for you.

With that thought, excitement bubbled up inside, adrenaline was rushing in. He summoned all the strength he could to push the mare off of him.
Dice Roll: 1d6+2+2+3
d6 Results: 1 (Total = 6)
((I added excitement for his adrenaline rush, is that fair? ))

((and adding +2 for stability ))

(( annnnd its still not enough -_- So much for the deep and meaningful inner dialogue ))

He still hadn't managed to throw her off!!! He was getting desperate, and tried to counter attack. He started kicking and bucking at her, hoping to loosen her grip, if not get her off.
Dice Roll: 1d6+2
d6 Results: 6 (Total = 8)

Zip continued you try and fight off the beast, but the desperate cries in his heart seemed to go unanswered.

Dice Roll: 1d6+5
d6 Results: 6 (Total = 11)
The creature would not be repelled, through brute strength alone. It pressed downward, its seal mouth opening and closing, beneath the bandages. A black liquid began to leak out from the the bandages on the creature's face. It dripped onto Zip. It was so cold, a sharp pain rang out. When it touched him. If more dripped down, it could be bad for Zip if he couldn't get out of the way in time.

Dice Roll: 1d6+1
d6 Results: 4 (Total = 5)

Well then, this was it, if he didn't do this next thing right...well...then that was that really. He lifted the crowbar and smashed that monster in the jaw.
Dice Roll: 1d6+2
d6 Results: 4 (Total = 6)

That first hit managed to block her attack. And as she was distracted for just a second, he socked her once more on the snout.
Dice Roll: 1d6+2
d6 Results: 3 (Total = 5)

((+2 for using the crowbar instead ))
These dice sets were omitted or moved: 1d6+2

The creature fell back away from the kick. It's awkward grotesque movements were easily thrown off balance. It fell onto the ground, were it lay again. It began to rise up very slowly, as it had before.

Dice Roll: 1d6+5
d6 Results: 1 (Total = 6)

Zip struck it twice, and seemed to knock it around a little, but it continued to stand. It was very resilient.

It was now standing ready to attack again, when suddenly a voice rang out from the fog.

"Deeper than the ocean... Higher than the mountains..."

The creature turned towards the noise, as the sound of galloping hooves rapidly approached.

"More brilliant than sun... And more mysterious than the dark side of the moon!"

Zippity rolled over and got back up, relived to have the weight off of him. His eyes were furious, and he was just about to give her another blow, when he heard that voice... he stopped for a moment and looked around for the pony, that he knew would be making an entrance any second now. That voice gave him hope, and he was actually very happy to hear it.

"I am... Hot blooded justice!" The voice called out as the brash pony made his entrance, charging in from out of the fog. He didn't stop, and instead just plowed straight into the creature, fueled by his take action attitude and raw talent.

His charge attack made use of both his speed and power to create a dreadful amount of momentum. His hot blooded nature made sure he held nothing back.

Dice Roll: 1d6+11
d6 Results: 4 (Total = 15)
Dice Roll: 1d6+5
d6 Results: 2 (Total = 7)

The creature was no match for this combination of skill, power, and passion. He slammed into it hard, drove it into the ground, and trampled right over it. He skidded to a stop, and turned to face it again. Letting out a huff, his hoof tapped the ground three times rapidly with anticipation. The creature looked really messed up on the ground. It was leaking that strange black fluid all over the place.

Zippity Do Da watched in astonishment as the brash kid just ran over the mare! How easy he made it look...Zip was having a hard time even wrestling with it! He suddenly felt a little inadequate next to the kid...

Ok sure, he had been feeling inferior to him the whole time, but for a moment there, he thought he was actually pretty good at this! ...Nope. Not even close.

The brash pony noticed that the creature was slow in getting up, and took advantage of the situation.

He came in fast and hot, an attack based off of Quickness.

Dice Roll: 1d6+3
d6 Results: 6 (Total = 9)
Dice Roll: 1d6+1
d6 Results: 1 (Total = 2)

The creature was not match for the brash pony's speed. It looked as if it could take no more, but just when it seemed like it was over... The creature lunged at the brash pony once more!

Dice Roll: 1d6+5
d6 Results: 4 (Total = 9)
Dice Roll: 1d6+4
d6 Results: 5 (Total = 9)

"Guh! It's strong..." the brash pony barely manages to hold the creature off. It takes all that he's got not to be completely overtaken. He immediately realizes that this is not an opponent he can match in strength.

Zip gasped as the monster lunged for the kid. He looked like he was having a hard time with it too. Zippity decided to help finnish this monster for good, and was starting to feel excited about getting this done. He clutched the crowbar and ran toward the opponent, taking careful aim to not hit the kid...

Zip swung and swatted at the mare with all his might.
Dice Roll: 1d6+2+2+3
d6 Results: 2 (Total = 7)

((added adrenaline, -1mp again ))


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