Truth was, he had forgotten that Tooth had once had swords, them in their human form was different. He laughed. “To be honest, I did quite forget you had those. Thought they would’ve been rusted in their scabbards by now.”
"Unprepared, no. However, if would seem you do want to play, contrary to your past claim.”
Toothiana smiled, chuckling softly. “They wont rust if I use them regularly. I practice most everyday, Pitch.” she hummed, darting towards him and swinging it at his arm. “Playing? You’re such a child.” she scoffed once more. “Fight me like an adult.” she growled, moving closer once again.
Pitch stumbled backwards, pushed on by Tooth’s magic, happy memories and sparkly fairy dust. Revolting. He shook her magic off with slight effort, her colorful sand turning dark and disappearing. “So you have.” he said unimpressed, pacing slightly. “But I’ve learned to convert Sandman’s dreams, don’t you think I would have learned to convert fairy dust to my benefit as well?”
Toothiana smirked, shaking her head. “I’ve got a few more things up my sleeve, Pitch.” she said, zipping past him with great speed
His magic dissipated with a clench of his fist, sand blowing away in the wind to haunt some other folk and shadows fading into sunshine. So hateful. Pitch was waiting for her torrent of magic, that her punch came almost unexpectedly, catching his lower jaw. Of course, pretending it had actually hurt him was extremely exaggerated.
"Ow. That hurt." He said, voice dripping with sarcasm.
Toothiana now used her magic —- to effectively shoot him a couple feet across the way. “You see, maybe I’m not all that weak,” she spat, the colorful dust now trickling her fingertips as her wings fluttered. This was a threatening stance —- yet he probably wasn’t effected by it.
The 3d on this game is ridiculous
anyone want to roleplay?
Official Rainbow Snowcone commentary from the RoTG DVD.
Please let me know if you’d like me to make more gifsets with the commentary. I’ll be more than happy to. (✿◠‿◠)
Easter is new beginnings. New life. Easter’s about hope. And now it’s gone.