The Freelance Zone was filled with the sounds of various attendees from various universes, everyone laughing around and enjoying themselves. A notable attraction however was a small flat plained arena that had been designated in one area, with two sorts of small pads glistening with energy that seemed to warp over combatants into the arena. The arena mostly consisted on the ground of grass and flat land that had a 40 x 40 Meter radius,width and length. The height limit of the arena reached up to about 50 meters as well, anyone who paid close attention to the sky would notice it glisten with a weird energy. Almost as if the arena was ready to change or do something upon the right stimuli to it.
Suddenly, a white snow owl would appear in the center, flapping her wings excitedly for todays death match.
WELCOME WELCOME EVERYONE!
The owl would excitedly flap around, as she would attempt to reach into the inside of her feathers. However this would fail horribly and instead cause the owl to collide onto the ground rather comically, eventually managing to expose and pull out an index card of some sort that was carefully hidden within her feathery coat. Ah pft, nobody saw that!
A quick line to cover her own ass at that moment, Bernard would hoo and pick up the index card in her feet before flapping back up.
It seems we have a special challenger today everybody!I introduce to you....
In a dramatic voice, Bernard would call out the name of the fighter that had decided to enter the arena, as Azami or whoever was being used in this fight was warped into one end of the arena.
THE SHITPOSTING EMO!!!!!!!!
A few surprised and confused reactions would occur from the audience, as Bernard herself carried her own expression of shock. What the fuck is a shitpost...
The owl murmered to herself as she tore up the index card and eagerly approached the contestant.
Alright!Are you sure you want to go through with this?
The owl would offer as a choice to azami at that moment, if she was having any form of reluctance at this moment now was the time to say it.