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20 July 2009 @ 08:47 pm
 

Who: Anyone and everyone
Where: File City
What: Dynasmon X and his armies attack!

 

Dynasmon cruised through the sky, just above cloud level, surveying his surroundings as he headed towards File City. This land was disgusting. It was one of the few areas that remained unconquered by his master, all because of Alphamon. The Lord of the Empty Seat had returned from his self-imposed exile, and was now opposing his master. Whatever loyalty Dynasmon had felt towards Alphamon was long gone. He was flying towards the city right now to destroy him, once and for all. It mattered not that he was surrounded by walls of steel and an army of Digimon ready to die for him. Die they would, for Dynasmon was unstoppable, the most supreme force upon the Digital World outside of his Master. The others who had joined him could not match his power – it had been so when they were but lesser creatures, and it was so now. Single-handedly, Dynasmon had brought the resisting elements of the Digital World to a heel. It was he who had crushed the mightiest of the opposition, and he alone. He needed no armies.

Banking left, he hovered over the city. He would need to attack now, before Alphamon detected his presence. As he made ready his attack, something caught his eye and he stopped, his concentration disrupted. At the entrance to File City were two Machinedramon – they did no matter – and four human children with Digimon. Digidestined! Everything was plunged into shocking clarity: his master’s absence from the Digital World made so much sense now! He knew of these children, and was waiting to see what they would do. A wise decision given the history of the Digidestined, Dynasmon conceded, but an unneccessary one. He had explicit instructions from his master to not attack the Digidestined, which altered his plans slightly – he would have to call in some reserves, after all – but, from what he observed, they were little threat. One girl was screaming loud enough for him to hear at another one, who had already turned her back and was walking away. They would pose absolutely no threat whatsoever divided like this! His master would be pleased...perhaps pleased enough to allow Dynasmon, his most loyal and powerful servant, to destroy them personally.

In the meantime, he decided to have a little fun with them. Allow them to feel despair, by seeing the might that they faced.

“Breath of Wyvern!”

A blinding blue light shot from his body, coalescing and taking the form of a dragon, charging down towards the Digidestined. At the last moment, it swerved away, and carved through the two Machinedramon just behind them, obliterating them instantly and taking out much of the front wall of the city in a blinding flash. Dynasmon smirked. Such a display of power would surely get their attention. It seemed to get the attention of the sentries, who were already flying towards him. An Angemon streaked towards him, golden light shooting from its hand, and Dynasmon allowed the beam to glance off his wing, speeding forward and slashing at it in contempt with a claw in retaliation, slicing it to ribbons and scattering its data to the winds. Such impudence from such weaklings was not to be tolerated.

“Dragon’s Gust!”

He beat his wings once, blowing the remaining airborne Digimon back and obliterating them in the backlash of energy it caused. Pitiful. If this was the best Alphamon could offer for resistance, he would soon be joining his pathetic allies in death. Ignoring the Digimon on the ground and the Digidestined, he landed atop the hill overlooking File City.

“Hear me, Alphamon! You have opposed the will of the new master of the world, GranDracmon, and you shall atone for your crimes on this day! So do I, Dynasmon, loyal servant of the master of all, decree! All forces, attack! Crush all who resist, and turn this pitiful city to ash!”

A hoarde of Vilemon and Bakemon burst from the forest behind him and swept over the hills, charging towards the city. Overhead, several Devidramon swooped in to harry those below, unchallenged now that Dynasmon had removed the aerial forces. At his side, a Phantomon hovered, awaiting his pleasure. Dynasmon raised a clawed hand and pointed at the Digidestined.

“Keep a close watch upon those humans. Test them, but do not kill them. I shall deal with Alphamon personally.” Without waiting for a response, he took off, overtaking the armies below him easily and heading towards the building where he knew his former commander would be lodged. It was time to settle old scores once and for all.
 
 
 
 
psychiatriet on July 21st, 2009 07:24 am (UTC)
The entire building shook, causing Jeanette to almost lose her balance entirely. She stayed motionless for a few moments, then continued onward. Evidently Dynasmon and Alphamon had already started their battle. How barbaric. There were other ways to resolve problems.

A hole in the roof above her opened up, raining chunks of debris, as well as Alphamon, who dropped through down through the shaft and out of sight. Jeanette peered up, seeing Dynasmon hovering overhead, and then looked over the edge for any sign of Alphamon. A wicked green light sparked in the blackness, and she quickly withdrew her head, as shafts of brilliant green light, followed by Alphamon, shot out of the shaft and towards Dynasmon, who seemed unaffected by it all.

Jeanette hurried up the stairs. The sooner she got up there, the better.

"Jenny doesn't think like anyone else." Dracomon replied, still nervous, "She isn't concerned with anything, she focuses on goals and doesn't stop until she achieves them. Right now, she's trying to get a clearer picture by talking to Dynasmon. She's already dismissed Alphamon."

Dracomon hesitated for a moment, for he knew this boy worked only towards his own ends - Jeanette was right about that much - but he took his hand, deciding he needed all the help he could get until he could Digivolve, which he couldn't unless he found Jeanette.

"Jenny is right about you, you know. She's never wrong about people; its what she does. But I'm willing to give you the benefit of the doubt about it. I don't really care." he said to him, "I'm just grateful for the help. Although I doubt this will change anything. Jenny is emotionless, I know her too well now to doubt that. She'll never be interested in keeping any sort of company; she isn't concerned with people. Don't get your hopes up about a team effort. Although for what its worth - which is very little, because once she makes up her mind, nothing changes it - I'll try to talk her round to it."

At that moment, the Phantomon appeared directly in front of them, an ominous shadow hanging in the air. "I'm sorry, but Alphamon and Dynasmon are unavailable at this time. Please leave a message and I'll be sure to forward it when I get the time. Destruction makes one very busy, you know. In the meantime, relax! Get to know the company!" it gestured with its scythe, and a ring of Bakemon encircled them. "You're not getting past me, I'm afraid."