More Glooping about to happen
I am so hyper for this comming fight!
Though i also have a sneaking suspiciou that Kimberly will put shockingly little effort into actually catching or beating DJ.
Likely he will more soak up a few hits until DJ gets the point and run.
Well thats at least my prediction.
Not just illusions, but occluding multisensory illusions. One wonders what exactly the limits are. Something like that can scale all the way up to effective mind-control.
Uhoh... pretty boy huh? She thinks hes cute.
I dont think Kimberly will do much of anything in a fight. I mean look at the fuuka fight and his power alone. Hell either throw the towel or just turn into a rock ball.
I imagine Kimberly plans to do *something* given that he bothered to go to their location.
@CHILLAS: Who doesn't at this point?
Careful, Noah, you are collecting fangirls quicker than you can alienate them!
I suspect that anyone thinking all Kimberly can do is turn into a ball severly underestimates him.
For a start remember the baseline difference in physical power between a young teenager and a adult.
Yes these kids have magic. But its naive to think Kimberly havent at the very least been trained in spirit magic.
We should indeed look at the Fuuka fight. Kimberly did indeed not seem to take that very seriously, as he was an adult being asked to fight a kid.
So he sat down and tanked all her blows. That in itself says something about his defence.
At the same time he is confident walking up to the people who took out one of their teams. He wouldnt do that unless he is confident he is stronger than them.
Eye Spy is a pretty cool power. =D
Obligatory ASDF referece: Don't worry, I'll save you! Rock powers, activate! *poit*
Illusions are some of those really cool but often hard to implement powers. Like, I've tried to have an Illusion-using villain in D&D, but it's just not very appreciated for the RPs to learn that "you've been stuck in a phantasm and haven't really done anything for, like, 2 hours irl time... you didn't even kill the villain, that was also a part of the illusion."