OOC: I should note both that the Rahkshi are technically feral (And thus, don't really work together as well as they used to), and that if I recall correctly, the Vorahk's staff requires contact with its target to work. The only canonical use I can recall was on Onua, and it could only be used once he was in contact with the target. Many of the original six Rahks had powers like that.
EDIT: Double checked the BS01. Both canonical uses of the Vorahk's powers required physical contact, though only weapon to weapon.
The Vorahk's staff, quite abruptly, struck against a shield of solid protosteel, batted aside with ease. Now interposed between the Rahkshi and the Dark Toa, Eisen drew his sword from its storage in the shield in a single smooth motion, bringing it into a ready position. Already, his eyes were calculating maneuvers and behaviors, noting how the Rahkshi had begun to behave. With his mask, he could quite easily keep up with the Vorahk's movements, and as long as he kept it occupied and out of contact, it would not be too difficult a fight.
That analysis done in moments, he made a testing stab at the Vorahk's neck, seeking to observe its reactions. His shield was held in his opposite hand, close enough to the chest to easily intercept any incoming blows. Not that it would be difficult; The creature's weapon was not the most nimble, and the time needed to adjust its strikes would be more than enough to allow for his Calix-enhanced reflexes.
"Disappointing, how far His sons have fallen."
Edited by Simon the Digger, May 28 2014 - 06:08 PM.
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