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Legendary U.R.S. vs F.I.S. War Series: Part 14: Magica Vitro: Part 1: Magica Vitro
I apologise for the long delay of this episode but I was incredibly busy with a huge Summer Musical show I was in and also I had lots of GCSE exams but my series will now continue in it's regular schedule of an episode each Tuesday and Friday. So here is Part 14. Please comment, rate and enjoy!
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Blast jumped the final two steps into the room where his monitor told him Iadsgb was standing. The monitor was right.
“Greetings Blast!” Iadsgb smiled at the U.R.S. leader as he stopped on the other side of the room to him.

The room was, as far as he could tell, the highest in the harbour and had just three walls, most of which were nearly totally destroyed anyway. The builders had used the ice-cliff as the fourth wall and the three man-made walls protruded from that. Blast could tell that in it’s day, the room would have looked lovely. He glanced upwards at the ceiling and saw that what was left of it was a huge dome.

He looked out of one of the massive gaps in the wall at the battles raging below.

“Nice room you got here.” Joked Blast sarcastically as the pair started to circle each other.
“Yes. Lovely.” Iadsgb joked back. “So, once again I am forced to ask you; are you prepared to surrender?”

“And once again I shall give you the answer I always have done. No.” Blast replied.
“Then once again we must do what we must.” Iadsgb said with genuine sadness showing on his face.
“Very well.” Blast said and at precisely the same moment they both lunged. Their blades crossed and sparks flew from the impact.

They pushed against each other, then Blast dodged to the side and swung his lightsaber again and now the fight stared properly. They hacked and chopped at each other, Iadsgb’s huge virosword clashing against Blast’s blue lightsaber.

They moved around the room, chopping, jumping, spinning, slashing then at one particularly hard blow from Iadsgb, Blast’s weapon was knocked from his hands and it skidded across the floor, out through one of the missing parts of the wall onto a fairly narrow walkway that ran around the outside of the room and led off along the edge of the ice cliff into the next building along.

He dived after it as Iadsgb took a swipe that missed,

then rolled, grabbed it and stood up, ignited it and turned just in time to catch Iadsgb’s next blow.

The duel continued out on the walkway before slowly heading back into the room.

Blast jumped over a low swipe at his legs then stabbed at Iadsgb who bent forwards so that the blade didn’t reach his chest but allowed Blast to take another swipe at his sword that knocked it clean out of his hands.

Blast expected him to go after it so prepared to chop at the place he would go but instead, Iadsgb jumped up and kicked him in the face.

Blast fell backwards, his helmet clattered off and away across the floor, as did his lightsaber.

He leapt up and punched Iadsgb in the chest and then the battle carried on with the two of them using just hand-to-hand combat.

Iadsgb gripped Blast’s shoulders and attempted to push him from the room but instead; Blast grabbed him and pushed back.

The two staggered around for a few moments before Blast was rammed backwards into one of the crumbling walls and a few stones fell from the other side of it.

Blast groaned as he pushed back. He shook Iadsgb slightly then put his foot out and gave a particularly hard shove.

The F.I.S. leader tripped over the outstretched foot and released Blast as he fell backwards into the part of the cliff that was used as a wall.

But instead of just hitting it and getting back up again as they both expected; he fell into the ice. Through it, actually disappearing into it with a shout of surprise and shock, while the ice remained intact.

It took a moment for Blast to realize what had happened but as soon as he did, he walked over to the ice with a look of total shock on his face.

He stood with his ear close to it trying to hear anything from inside but couldn’t. He hadn’t heard any sound from Iadsgb since his head went through. He hadn’t even heard him hit a floor of some type. How deep was the ice? Was there a drop behind it? All sorts of questions formulated in R.K.’s mind.

He stood away from it then reached forwards and put his hand into it. It just disappeared from sight. He couldn’t feel or see it.

He pulled it out again and checked it over.
“Well that answers one question.” He mumbled to himself. “Yes; you can get back through this way.”

He looked about the room and picked up a small stone then tossed it into the ice. It too disappeared.

“Hm…” Blast walked back to the ice. “IADSGB!” he shouted at it, trying to find out if the enemy leader could hear him. “IADSGB! CAN YOU HEAR ME?” but no reply came.

He rubbed his chin then placed his helmet back on his head and stored his lightsaber in its pouch, pulling out his blasters as he did so.



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  July 2, 2010
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  July 2, 2010
Quoting Flight Commander Falcon ¬ Cool I wonder what is inside the ice.
Well keep watching the series to find out!
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  July 2, 2010
Cool I wonder what is inside the ice.
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  July 2, 2010
Far out. This is great! But that ice is creepy.....
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