Taijutsu and Wepons“Sen!” Hatchi yelled at the top of his lungs. He stood proudly, legs wide set appart and a determined look on his face.Taijutsu and Wepons by garraswolfgirl
“Why are you yelling? What do you want?” The older and confused boy asked. A look of irritation plastered on his face.
“I challenge you!” Hatchi said confidently, sticking his chest out.
“Aw come on, to what?” Sen huffed, rolling his eyes. Hatchi groaned.
“You ruined it man! I was trying to be cool and the fight was going to be epic!” Hatchi explained, he was more than a little annoyed his cousin just didn't say yes. It wasn't cool if you had to explain it was a game!
“Okay..” Sen deadpanned. Hatchi face palmed.
“Spar with me anyway?” He asked, using his kindest grumpy voice. The pair made their way to the training grounds.
“I got some sweet new moves, I don't plan to go easy on you,” Hatchi told him, stretching his arm and cracking his neck. They both knew Sen could take h
Strategy and Tactics Class: Week twoHatchi stared blankly at the page before him. A quiz. Yes, a quiz, and as expected, he didn't study. Well, alright, he had to know some of these answers. Something.Strategy and Tactics Class: Week two by garraswolfgirl
The first question read, 'Please describe the best way to attack an enemy using long range tactics.' Well ok, that’s easy enough, right? Okay maybe not. He wracked his brain for a moment before scrawling out 'disarm enemy and counter with short range attacks,' vague and right is better than detailed and wrong, he figured. The more vague the answer, the more interpretation its open too. Next question,
'calculate the distance between two enemies and the velocity of a throwing knife must be thrown at each of them to disable them.'
Well, there goes that. Looking over the test, the others were fairly hard too, admittedly, he should have paid more attention in class, yes, he should have studied, yes, and he had no one else but himself to blame. His teacher collected the test soon after, and he knew he'd failed it.