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  • Benhail vs The Demon King, Ke-Pa

    Benhail, disciple of strength faces the demon king, Ke-Pa in a battle of epic proportions.

    Battlefield: Mount Paozu
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  • #2
    Meanwhile, in China, but not in the China of the world we're familiar with, but rather a world filled with anthropomorphic animals, during the ancient times when kung fu was still young...



    Ke-Pa has successfully freed his brethren after master Oogway, creator of kung fu, sealed them away hundreds of years ago, and they're currently at the start of their rampage through China, soon to ravage the entire world and rid it entirely of mortal life.

    Concurrently, in the spirit realm, essentially the afterlife for kung fu masters, the aforementioned master Oogway is having a rematch with his brother in arms Kai, the Collector. He has lost this rematch, as it was never his destiny to stop Kai.

    However, upon attempting to return to the mortal world...



    ...he opens a rift in time and space which sends Ke-Pa and his army across a multiversal stream, making them land in another, far different reality.

    They find themselves in a mountainous region unknown to them, and they're aware that this is not the Valley of Peace they were just attacking, but they do not care if this is a trick as either way, all mortals across the planet will meet their doom in due time. They continue their onslaught, tearing the place apart. Ke-Pa just watches the destruction continue. He enjoys it very much.


    “If something can bite you, that's reason enough to fear it.”

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    • #3
      "So you want me to pose like this?"

      "No no no no, not like that you bozo. Like this!"

      "Ohhhh! Well that seems a little odd for a pose... you said you needed references for some kind of fighting work? Wouldn't it be better if I just show what I usuall-"

      "Do you want to get paid or not?"

      "Say no more."

      Benhail assumed the awkward poses but unfortunately was interrupted as the crew immediately ran out of the small studio. Not one to remain still, he too exited out the studio door and saw... an interesting sight.

      Hundreds of what looked to be warriors? Running rampant, slaughtering whoever it was they ran across. This wasn't exactly the way he had imagined this world, it was scheduled for an invasion somewhere on later down the line by inhabitants of its own world. But these didn't exactly look quite like them, atleast not that he could recognize. He soon found out enough that they indeed were not of this world, atleast not entirely atleast. As a swarm of them came in his direction, seeking to poke and prod him with their weapons, the hand to hand specialists looking to knock him silly.

      Unfortunately for them, Benhail raised his foot and stomped on the ground.

      In an instant the block he had been on went up in smoke, countless pounds of building foundation, walls and ceiling collapsing into a crater that seemed to have no bottom and from the abyss Benhail leaped out and landed aways from the hole. Right next to a warrior that had managed to avoid the immediate effect of the stomp but was left stunned on the ground from the sheer sensory overload. Benhail grabbed him by the chest and carried him like a passenger carrying their bag. Making his way towards where he was seeing countless streams of these warriors coming out of. A path from the mountains not that far off.

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      • #4
        "Ah, competent life after all." - said Ke-Pa after seeing the puff of smoke and consequently a creature moving too fast for his minions to catch. - "Destroy him, my brothers!"


        “If something can bite you, that's reason enough to fear it.”

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        • #5
          Further up the mountain pass, Benhail could see from the river that this stream of warriors was long gone from finished. Hundreds more seemed to flow like blood from an open wound from a one particular mountain. He was not going to waste any time in dealing with the small fry here, they were not worth his time, pulling out his hammer, immediately the space around it began to warp, the ground around him beginning to rip and circulate around it. Tossing it towards the legion that was fast approaching, the pull from his hammer only intensifying as it got nearer. By the time it was in the heart of the group, it was strong enough that they were being pulled faster than their body could handle, some being torn to pieces from being remotely near it.

          As the hammer returned to sender was when their fate was officially sealed, those that had survived the gravitational pull, were subject to Benhail's whim as he grabbed his hammer, smashing it down to the ground and erupting his immediate area in another immense explosion that could be seen from miles away. Smoke cloud flying far into the sky. And with no pause, Benhail continued towards the dragon Ke-Pa.

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          • #6
            Ke-Pa watched as the warrior got closer and closer, with his brethren being less than a threat to him. He didn't mind a challenge at this point, there was no longer a magic tree to get in his way.

            He shot a fireball directly at him, more than strong enough to blow away a mountain peak.


            Meanwhile, not too far from there, a green explosion occurred, one emanating very supernatural energy.

            Kai had returned.


            “If something can bite you, that's reason enough to fear it.”

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            • #7
              Benhail paced forward, each step of his getting heavier, until each step was creating foot sized craters. He saw the dragon near the peak and at then point his shoulders slumped, his head shaking. He was already sick and tired of having to deal with the bastards. On his own homeworld, Bahamut and now this one. His moping was short lived however as he saw a massive fireball heading his direction, and due to his gravitational pull, it was pulled dead center on him, so he braced as best as he could. Taking the fireball to the body, the explosion splintering the flames and catching the immediate area around him on fire. Though the immediate area was only the beginning as it began to spread.

              Flames licking his body, he got up, shaking his head, grimacing only slightly as he began to walk towards the dragon again. This time however, his attention was forced to his side where, not so far off, he saw a green pillar of energy erupt. Same smell as that dragon, these two were a pairing it seemed like, both in violation of the balance. If he wanted trouble, he could get it. But for the moment Benhail paid him no mind, it was likely this newcomer was confused and wouldn't act until he could get a feel for the situation. Perhaps Benhail's now quickening pace into a jog towards the mountain Ke-Pa was atop would do just that. If the constantly shaking ground were anything to alarm him.

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              • #8
                Ke-Pa sniffed the air, catching Kai's scent. - "Well, well, well... Oogway is not dead after all..." - With a wave of his hand, he sent some of his brothers to intercept who he thought was Oogway, to weaken him so he could finish him off later without being a pest like he was the first time he defeated them. The rest were sent to attack the red-skinned creature, whose appearance would matter very little once they were finished with him.

                Now... Where am I? - thought Kai, getting up from the crater he had just created and observing the landscape. This was unlike any land he'd seen in his many years as general of a vast army. He had to make sure he was out of the spirit realm, it had been 500 years since the last time he'd been out of that wretched place. But he had learned a thing or two there.

                He used his blades and chains to grapple across the nearby mountains, swinging large distances towards the nearest chi signatures, most of which felt strange, in a supernatural sense, and one in particular felt less like chi and more like... Well, Kai had no way to explain it, but it was odd to him. He stopped to find a large door on the side of a mountain. This was the entrance to Chorh-Gom Prison: One way in, one way out. One thousand guards, and one prisoner, that being Tai Lung, who immediately broke through the door with an explosion caused by some explosives set by the prison guards and used against them by Tai Lung.

                Kai was confused. He had already captured Tai Lung on the spirit realm, yet there he was, standing right in front of him. Tai Lung paid the bull no mind, as he grabbed the goose that had survived the explosion and that had been originally sent by Master Shifu to make reinforcements on the prison. He grabbed the goose and told him:

                "I'm glad Shifu sent you. I was beginning to think I'd been forgotten. Fly back there and tell them the real Dragon Warrior...is coming home."

                "S-Sure thing..." - said the goose nervously, as he looked around him. - "Uh... I don't think I'll be able to do that. These mountains around us... They are... They're very different."

                Tai Lung, annoyed, tossed the goose aside, hard enough to kill him as he collided with one of the prison guards' corpses.

                "At least that confirms I'm back in the mortal realm." - said Kai, after sensing the chi leaving the goose's body.

                "And who might you be? Another of Shifu's lackeys, perhaps sent to stop me?" - said Tai Lung, finally acknowledging Kai's presence.

                "Who?" - asked Kai, unaware of Oogway's apprentice, Master Shifu, taken in long after Oogway defeated Kai.

                "My former master... I suppose you're not with him, then... I'll ask again: Who are you?"

                "Kai. General Kai. Supreme warlord of all China."

                Tai Lung's expression told Kai that the leopard had no idea who he was.

                "The Jade Slayer."

                Same result. Tai Lung was just as confused.

                "Master of Pain."

                That one made Tai Lung snicker, but he continued to show the same result.

                "You may know me as the Beast of Vengeance... Uh... Maker of Widows?"

                "I have no clue who you are."

                "Okay, I used to work with Oogway-" - spoke Kai before being interrupted by Tai Lung:

                "Then you're practically my enemy." - said Tai Lung, striking Kai with a nerve attack to block his chi... which had no effect thanks to Kai being a spirit warrior.

                "Ah, I see you know that too. Figures. Well, I'll be leaving now, I sense strong combatants nearby and no Dragon Warrior around to stop me, though I've never believed in prophecies." - said Kai, knowing that would make Tai Lung feel terrible as he felt that he was the true Dragon Warrior. But if the 500-year old prophecy said that the Dragon Warrior would defeat Kai and he had just been unsuccesful... What could that mean?

                Kai had already left, having leaped from one mountain side to another, slicing his way through the demons Ke-Pa had sent on his way. Tai Lung was following closely behind. This strange warrior, unaffected by the nerve attack, had peaked his interest.


                “If something can bite you, that's reason enough to fear it.”

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                • #9
                  Ke-Pa seemed to have other problems than just Benhail himself, if he could tell based on nothing more than his gaze changing directions, as well as his minions splintering off into two groups, one for Benhail, another for the two newcomers off to the side some mile or two. It seemed Ke-Pa hadn't learned his lesson, the city's regiment were dealt with easily with a stomp, the last charge was dealt with by a toss of his hammer. He'd just have to beat this lesson into each and every one of his minions as much as he could. Pausing his movements for just one moment, he looked at the legion charging at him. Taking a fist, he raised it in the air and then smashed it down into the ground. Creating a splintering effect in the dirt where the ground itself split, pure pressure exploding upwards as it travelled up and annhilated the group heading for Benhail.

                  Benhail then resumed his advance towards the dragon once more, this time breaking into a full on jog. His steps shaking the ground. Ke-Pa couldn't keep distance forever, that much was certain.

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                  • #10
                    Ke-Pa just watched as the red humanoid manhandled his army once more. He had too many things on his mind, but above all else, he was starting to get pissed off.

                    "Losing any more of my army will not make me any happier, so stand back, all of you!" - the other demons retreated as soon as they heard this order. The clouds above began to darken, and lightning bolts began to strike the ground around and beneath Benhail, this being Ke-Pa's doing, his control over the weather.

                    From afar, across the valley's rivers, a large number of ships appeared out of a green fog.

                    "Where are we now? We take a shortcut through a weird fog and now we're in the middle of nowhere!" said the Boss Wolf that commanded the other wolves in charge of the ships.

                    "This doesn't look like China... Oh well, we shall conquer it regardless." - said Lord Shen, self-proclaimed future ruler of all China, slayer of pandas and supreme general of this fleet. - "Let's use that red creature over there as target practice, to make sure that strange fog did not mess with our equipment." - the wolves did as told and shot at Benhail since the bigger target, Ke-Pa, was being covered by the fog.


                    “If something can bite you, that's reason enough to fear it.”

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                    • #11
                      As Benhail moved forward, he could see as the dragon redirected his forces away from approaching him, making a defensive wall around their lord. The skies darkened, and clouds rolled in.

                      "Lightning" He predicted as a lightning bolt crashed into his body, forcing his body down only for a moment before he shrugged it off, continuing forward. Another bolt, another shrug. Another one, another one and then another one. Each bolt only proved its futility against him. Each cannonball crashing into his body pushing him slightly, but collapsing in on itself like they were a car crashing into a wall. For whatever measure of warrior or god they were in their world, they were nothing to that of Benhail, Disciple of Strength.

                      Leaping into the sky, he covered the gap between himself and Ke-Pa with ease. Landing in the midst of his army, standing in front of the dragon. Shifting his eyes slowly from his army back to Ke-Pa.

                      "You know the result of sending them to fight me, send them off for their own good. I'm tired of having their bodies stain my feet."

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