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Camelot 29 @Landayan
Feltyrosa continued with her plan. Her body encased in haki she continued and delivered her attack at full power. Taking Arthur's retaliation as she did. However, his was a multi-hit move, and the force of her strike would likely send him flying back before completing his attack. Still, have the two attacks connect, Feltyrosa leaves an explosive ghost in her pace and flies up. Her body was feeling numb from the frost inflicted on her, but her flight was an ability of her devil fruit. She would still move just fine because of it. The ghost she left behind was another clone and if Arthur attempted to strike it it would explode and deliver him further damage.

As stated previously, Feltyrosa's punch is 10. DPR, and the ghost would be 5(120DF) +3(A-Rank) = 8. Island Level, should Arthur be hit by it.
 
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King Arthur's multi-slash combo clashed against Felyrosa's devastating punch. Two massive images of a Knight and a Skull struggled at the very heart of the collision sending Arthur back due to the shockwave it caused. Feet on the ground, the King saw another invocation of ghost mid-air. But there's no way he's gonna tank a known explosive. He thought of a plan and probably be using one of his deadliest sets.

"Just explosive ghost over and over again. You do not possess a single strike of divine art in combat. War is designed to be the epitome of all games and without art, war is merely a brawl amongst the beasts. That's who you are. A carnage."

Suddenly, King Arthur's shining armor was swamped by an aura that if the enemy paid attention to it, she would know exactly what is it. From the core of his soul, an elliptical blast of aura ramified across the hell ground engulfing the airspace with his willpower─King's Haki. His was one of a kind for it has the capability to incur additional damage against anyone dealt by it. That even the ghost summoned by the maiden of hell would resort to exploding on its own. Rendering her summon futile for as long as the king lives. The woman has to end the battle as fast as she could. If that means going all out without reservations at all.

"Here I come..."

From where he stood, he channeled all his might on his four limbs. His feet, press the ground with such force multiple times in order to vanish from his location. Just like the principles of Soru and Geppo but he was a bit flashy for he would leave a trail of his afterimage in front of his target as if he summoned multiple clones of himself that strike with an accurate aim towards her.

As he did this, he would appear behind the woman, afterimages of himself still linger from his path─a diversion if not an absolute illusion. And as soon as re-emerged behind her, his sword burning in the passion of war, flaring like an ember. Glowing brighter because of Haki. Fortified further as he infused them with King's Haki. A strike to the back.

"Knight Leap. King's Punishment!"
Knight Leap. King's Blade!: S+ Rank
STR: 4 + S+ (5) + COA (2) + COC Coating (1)
Total DPR: 12. Large Continent Level

Arthur's Perk that he used to let the ghost explode.

Conquerors Haki Boost (Damage): (requires 100 Haki) Can be used to damage scaling on your level as mastery. If the target is your level they take DPR: D, 10 levels below you they take DPR: C, 20 levels below you they take DPR: B, etc
 
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The king continued his fancy footwork and would close the distance after tanking her punch. Good, he must be feeling it. All she had to do now was out damage him. Something she was quite confident she could do. The last time he displayed such footwork he unleashed a potent attack. She would prepare for such an occurrence by giving her body a double coating so to speak. The glow that was synonymous with her ghosts surrounded her body as did her haki. Unlike her previous ghost that the king detonated early, this one had no will of its own. His Conqueror's haki would have no effect on it. After enduring King Arthur's attack, he would suffer the damage from the explosive coating she surrounded herself with, but that was not all. Pushing through the pain, she propels herself forward. Ignoring the exhaustion building up in her from her continued battles on Camelot. She flies towards King Arthur who is likely still reeling from the explosion and aims a punch coated with a similar coating at his face.

Hollow Armor: The user surrounds their body with an explosive hollow. Anything that strikes the user while this armor is being worn will trigger an explosive counter-attack. - DPR: B (61 Mastery)

Hollow Fist: Hollow Fist: The user surrounds their fist with a dense explosive hollow and strikes. Can either be used as a close-ranged attack or the user can strike air and release the explosive hollow surrounding their fist as a projectile. (DPR- S if Close Range, A if Long Range, 81 Mastery) Close Range was used.

King Arthur's DPR: 12. Large Continent Level vs 9. Small Country Level Durability (6. from 101 and +3 from haki) = super effective hit.

Retaliation damage: 5(120DF) +2(B-Rank) +3(Haki) = 10. Large Country Level

Feltyrosa's actual follow up attack: 5(120DF)+4(S)+3(Haki)= 12. Large Continent Level
 
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Arthur displayed his magnificent footwork in order to find an opening. A technique, only achievable by the mightiest knight in all of Camelot. That even the wind he cut through would find it hard to respond with its whistling speed. A delayed reaction of the wind's whistle. Just like the lightning to its trailing thunder.

Emerging behind Feltyrosa, Arthur's blade roared in conjunction with his own incantation. Titanium sword blistering with anger and bloodlust! Emotions filled with a single aim─kill. And he did. An airspace-cutting slash came crashing against the back of the ghost caster. The attack was so lethal that it bypassed her defenses.

[SLASH!]

[WHOOSH!]


Terrifying damage has been dealt with. But the same could be told to him. For when he rammed the body of the woman, she already coated herself with both Haki and ectoplasm. Altogether, exploding in front of him, engulfing the center of the clash.

[BOOM!]

As blood gushed out the woman's back and perhaps suffering from internal hemorrhage due to the infusion of King's Haki into his weapon, Arthur's body would be found limp! Ejecting from it as charred smoke trailed his knightly physique. Crashing into the ground; staggering to rise up.

"You..."

He said. Commending the effort. "You are the first one to do this. Even my cousin so formidable wouldn't be able to force me to go all out."

"But to honor your spirit. Why don't we test the depths of the water? No. The height of the sky."


Still wincing in pain, he looked at the sorceress who at this point already charging at him. He clasped his sword with both his palms. Rolling them into angry cannonballs. Haki of the supreme loosening out. Fanning out across the hall. It was dark. Tiny rubbles from the ground seemed to elevate every moment he concentrates his might on his blade. His hair dancing with it. "Muahahahahaha! Come to think of it, you haven't named yourself just yet. The disrespect!"

Fist versus blade. Who shall prevail? From the vertical position of his sword, he would swiftly hold it against his right shoulder in a reverse grip─as if he was aiming for a punch, only a blade trails it. Suddenly, fire rolled into the sword, then onto the shield, burning ever. Black lightning follows. Crackling as it goes.

"I am King Arthur!"

As he said his name again, he kicked the ground and was ready to face the counter-wrath. With incredible speed, Arthur swung the blade while twisting his body in order to let loose both the shield and the sword in progression. Spinning like a twister that would cut anyone devoured by it, if not maul them to dust with the force of the shield while simultaneously and objectively defending himself but also attacking in return. An offensive and defensive maneuver. Aiming at the body of the girl.

"Sword and Shield, Knights of the Round!"

Sword and Shield, Floating Knight!: At a close range, the user leans toward the opponent, using two of his swords to block the opponent's attacks while twisting his body around as he is continuously moving to approach and dodge other attacks (if there are any) and eventually cutting through the opponent's stomach with the third sword.

STR: 4 + Z (6) + COA (2) + COC Coating (1)
Total DPR: 13. Moon Level
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Camelot 31 @Landayan
During her charge for her follow up punch, she noticed Arthur preparing another attack of his own. She is unable to do much given the speeds she is traveling at, but she makes an attempt to lessen the damage, perhaps evade it entirely depending on how things went. Her plan was simple. She would fly around the king once and come at him from above, rather than head-on. Doing so, she hoped to cause him to mistime his attack. Either causing only a portion of it to hit, or none at all. Meanwhile, she would cause more damage in return if only because she would be slamming him into the ground instead of flying towards a wall that he could stop himself from impacting. The king may aptly have King's haki, but her Armaments haki was a league better than his, so she felt equal to him as far as Haki was concerned. The only question remaining was durability. She was bleeding and tired, but the king was looking to be the same. This likely final clash would determine things. But she wouldn't let it end at that. After connecting with her fist she falls back to a classic. A large ghost would form seemingly in her place as she is sent backwards from the force of the clash... Hoping for it to be the final nail in Arthur's coffin.
So pending on how Arthur responds to Feltyrosa's rerouting strategy... It is either a clash where Arthur wins by 1, resulting in Feltyeosa taking an island level attack with her Small Country durability thanks to the haki she used to attack also being there to defend her. Her dura is 1 greater, somewhat effective. If not, both receive the full force of the hits and then Arthur takes:
Toku Explosive Hollow: The user surrounds their giant ghost with explosive forces and sends it towards a target. Dealing a massive explosive attack on impact. (Requires 100 Mastery) DPR: S

So 5+4= 9. Small Country Level DPR attack.

After all is said and done, Feltyrosa struggles to stand, but manages to do so. It is then that she responds to the King, who may or my not be breathing his last few breaths.

"My name is Feltyrosa."
 
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Head-on collision. That's the only route this battle would head on to. Arthur's what would be the ultimate attack, symbolically and virtually unloose. He continued to spin like a twister, pulling in every debris he passed through during his projection. And the deafening whoosh followed, albeit of a baritone degree. He was hoping that Feltyrosa would be progressed as initially planned but to his surprise, she danced around the battlefield only hovering above him before plummeting with all her might for one cataclysmic blow.

A mistake. For Arthur's ultimate was designed not only to tank a direct frontal attack and simultaneously clash with it. More than that, it is almost an omnidirectional slash that propagates in all directions. Hence the name it's called─Knights of the Round! And as the Spada Calamity dove into the ground, she would be met by a catastrophic barrage of sword, shield, and mixture of wind and fire! Not exploding in contact. But fanning out in progression and beyond.



Lo and behold, the Famed Knight and the Sorceress of the Night met midair. A huge explosion erupted from the soul of their collision, drawing an elliptical disc of a shockwave that spread out against the walls of the arena, breaking them open entirely. The arena was suddenly lit by the rays of the sun as more wind blew inside like a vacuum. And just like a while ago, King Arthur was sent back to the ground less the acrobatic flip or landing. Charring black as he fell.

"Gwaaah!", he winced in pain. Blood squirted from his mouth. Even his mighty armor incurred not only dents but partly molt due to the combined pressure, fire, and multiple explosions he received in this duel. An epic match. Like a Royal and legendary warrior, he rose to his full size. Though blood continued to drip all over his body, significantly from his right temple. He grinned. "Feltyrosa."

"Such a beautiful name you have been gifted. A child who desires love & independence just like the emblem of Elden Camelot─Rose."


"The irony. But that's the meaning of your name."

King Arthur recalled his youth when he was still bound by virtue and honor. Times when he and Lady Aramis still exhibit the bond they once forged. The times when he gathered all the Knights and established the Kingdom they hold dear. But all these changed in exchange for power, More power. It was when he met a certain someone. Someone whom he endeared the most. Like the stars to the moon. Only it was brief but meaningful. What came next is nothing but solitude.

As all of this happens, a pirate prince who is currently facing the Lord of Hell uttered his words of wisdom about solitude and solidarity. Two events in sync. But for different purposes. As everything is enacted in Camelot, the prince narrates the heart of the scene but is voiced over by King Arthur himself.

"Solitude taught me evil. In loneliness, our hearts run darker and deeper. As you crawl into the pit of darkness, there's no one there to fetch you up. These sinister thoughts will only morph into vicious acts that would eventually crush your soul even further."
King Arthur stares at her eyes, suffering in pain and agony just like he is. The King suddenly remembered the bond he has forged with the Knights and the reason why they formed the Knights of Justice. The bond he shared with Lancelot and the blood they both drink in their duel. The words Tristan made them crack. The bond he shared with Lady Aramis. The wounds they both inflicted on each other. The heart he gave to Guinevere never came back. If only there was one, only one who truly tried to understand his dying soul, he would have been salvaged from the pit of hell.

He smiled. And the Pirate Prince continued to narrate.

"That's the strength of our bond. I am done with solitude. Solidarity is the path I wish to take. That's the answer to my weakness. Our collective strength is what brought us the empire we stand in today, not the destiny you claim to have forged for me. But if you insist, I will bow just as you wish."
"It's the bond I thought would be my weakness. But it appears that I lost everything by letting it all go. Forgive me, my friends.", he said before his head lost its hold on its neck, almost limp. But he stood, just like every hero this land has had before him and their forefathers before and beyond.
 
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Camelot 32 @Landayan
As Feltyrosa stood after their last clash, she observed the king in a moment of reflecting. It looked like he was reexamining his life. Moments later, his will would give out, and his head would drop to the ground. Feltyrosa was glad for her victory, but also saddened the battle ended as quickly as it did. Using the last of her strength, she flew to the roof of a portion of the castle that remained intact. She would then pass out and recover her strength the best way possible. By sleeping. Once she woke, she would plant the Spada Pirate's flag on the castle and head off. Her destination was the port. Still in the process of recovering, she flies there at a casual pace. Landing near the docks, she walks up as a ship approaches.
 
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Arthur is down. For good, he is. And he was the King of Camelot. Once the most virtuous knight across the land turned into corrupt. But at the end of the line, he was able to get back. Albeit, it's too late. As his body slammed onto the ground, we see the entire arena morphed into a wasteland. Blasted walls, open ceilings, barren ground ─ ruins of the Elden kingdom. Outside the arena, we also witnessed the limp and charred corpse of Tristan. Down to the first tower, corpses are everywhere. But neither of the Knights of both parties could be seen.

Forward to the underground tunnel going to the far-away meadow, we see people crossing with torch-lit as they progress. Leading them are Lady Lancie, Lancelot, and the other knights who survived the fall. Trailing them, Lady Aramis, Percival, and Galahad. Another hour later, Boris and Gawain stood at the end of the tunnel. A new light awaits.

"So you've finally come. I guess all is over?", Boris asked Lancelot.

"Indeed it was.", Lancelot.

"The last explosion we heard a while ago might have been the last crusade by Arthur."

The people and the knights gave a moment of peace to honor the fallen ones. Aramis, as much as she hated her cousin couldn't help but look back at the times when they still sang the same melody. A strum of the harp, soothing and melodic. It resonated across their hearts and far beyond today. As the last individual exited the tunnel ─ Aramis, Lancelot would address them. "People of Camelot! This day might have been the most tragic incident transcribed in the parchment of our history, but never forget what Camelot is for. It's for the people. We might have lost our fortress but it doesn't mean that we lost our nation. Camelot is its people. And the true king of this land is the children of the future."

Boris: "Lady Aramis, this moment has been prophesized long ago by the Great Wizard Merlin. The fall of Camelot. But this is also the time for us to rise back up again. The symbol of peace and honor lies atop the hill."

Lady Aramis: "Don't tell me─"

Gawain: "You're right."

Galahad: "The Legendary Sword of Camelot ─ Excalibur!"

"Arthur had not been worthy, to begin with. But nobody could contest his strength and courage back in time. If you're worthy, you should be able to."
, Lancelot added.

An elder continued with his weak and raspy voice in the background. This happened as Lady Aramis stood atop the hill and in front of the sword half buried in the stone. She held the pommel of the sword, "The first King, Artoria, provoked to see the little advantage he had yet gained, and that victory still continued in suspense, drew out his Caliburn, and calling upon the name of the Blessed Virgin, rushed forward with great fury into the thickest of the enemy’s ranks; … neither did he give over the fury of his assault until he had, with his Caliburn alone, killed four hundred and seventy men.”

Little by little and with all her might, the sword gradually drew out of the stone. Adding more force into her massive pull, it was halfway to being plucked from magic. "Aaaaaaaaaah!", she roared in conjunction with the people's thrill, their hands clasped; others closing one of their eyes. The intensity is felt by the wind as it blew past them.

The elder kept narrating, "The blade was straight, double-edged, and pointed; it was fabricated by repeated firing and hammering, a process that converted the iron into mild steel by the addition of a small amount of carbon. And as the legend says, the rightful King who would restore the land pulled the sword out with all its grace, guided by the compound emotions and wisdom of the kings before him. Or should I say, HER."

The uproar of the crowd followed. They roared hailing the rise of the new king. Aramis held the weapon. Raised it up high pointing at the heavens. "FOR CAMELOT!"

"Long Live the King!"

"Long Live the King!"

"King Aramis."


Cut to portside, a large ship approaches. It was a warship. Cutting through the waters with such speed, it was identical to a Cruiser rather than a Destroyer ship. "I see the ship of Camelot."

"Prince Namor!"
, said one of the crew members.

"Let me handle this. All of you stay in the Deep Impact.", ordered the Southern Fleet 1st Captain (Maritime Division), the fleet directly under Gambit's troops. He sighted the woman, badly wounded needless to say. He would approach, trident in hand but if the woman is careful, she would notice that no harm was intended. Namor after all is the noblest of all the commanders of the Vampirates. If not the most peaceful one. He only killed one creature in his lifetime but even fate lied to him, for Jack the Drought has lived.

"Pleasant noon young lady. I am Prince Namor of Atlantia. I was sent here by Prince Landayan Morrow."
 
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Camelot 33 @Landayan
As Feltyrosa headed to the port she remained unaware of what the knights who returned to the castle were up to. Approaching the port, a ship she did not recognize approached and docked. Shortly after, a man exited and approached her as she herself got closer to the port. He introduced himself as Prince Namor of Atlantia. And mentioned that he had been sent by someone named Prince Landayan Morrow. She had no idea if he was friend or foe, but didn't feel like starting a potential war with whatever nations the two were princes of.

"That's a rather shabby ship for a Prince. May I ask why you were sent here?"

For now she would speak to the man to learn his motives and reasons and then decide if she needed to take action or not. There were also likely guards or something on the ship he came from, so it wouldn't be a one vs one. Something she had gotten used to on this island, but she would still rather not in her current condition.
 
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Prince Namor disembarked the Deep Impact even before it docked at the port. A few minutes walk later, he would encounter the woman who finished the then King Arthur of Camelot.

A few days later, Aramis and her knights set out on a journey after having the permission of the crew captain, Gambit, or Prince Landayan Morrow. But the prince couldn't help but worry about the potential outcome of this revenge story. He knew for a fact that Arthur was far more powerful than all of them combine and even if the cousins would resort to a duel or death match, the loss was inevitable. With that, shortly after the departure of the noble ladies, he ordered Namor to go and trail them but never to interfere until he deemed it necessary.

Namor had been on surveillance until a large explosion was captured by their trackers, infused to the armors of the Knights. That was the signal for them to finally follow suit. He gave orders to his crew, "Let's infiltrate. I have a bad feeling about this." He said, not knowing the outcome.

Back to the present, face to face with one of the Spadas' calamities. Whether Feltyrosa has heard about him or not wouldn't matter, but for someone who has a bounty of 600M on his head, no pirate or an enemy faction wouldn't have heard of him and his feat in Wano. But certainly, it was the first Namor would hear of the enemy pirate.

"It is our organization's specialty. Prince Landayan and his engineers are responsible for this warship."

"As for the reason he sent me here, it's to ensure that Lady Aramis reclaimed and restored this god-forsaken land. It belongs to her people.."

The wind blew past him as a number of seagulls hovered over them. He is both measuring the woman before him and trying to decipher what really transpired earlier. "I could not sense Arthur anymore. And it also seems that the female knights abandoned the castle."

"Don't tell me─"

It could not be. But looking at her wounds and the ruins they left, I can assume that this woman was behind all this. She's powerful. Maybe even more powerful than I am now.

As he fashioned these thoughts, one of the crew members radioed him via den den mushi attached to his ear. He says, "Commander, Lady Aramis, and the others are alive."

"Got it..."

He turned to the woman. The deal begins. "There's one more reason why I am here."

"To avoid further bloodshed. Or should I say, to delay the inevitable war between us, Landayan has offered something that even you couldn't refuse."

"The other half of Onigashima, it's yours to take. But in return, you will leave this land. We have also sent people to Dressrosa, and Tequila Wolf to take over. This is not something personal. It's business as usual. And I believe that the offer is mutual and respectful."

"Gambit will deal with your captain and he will take whatever wrath Spada may unleash upon him."


The deal has been laid on the table. It's all on Feltyrosa now.
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Camelot 34 @Landayan
She listened intently as Namor explained both the reasons for his shabby looking ship, and why he was at Camelot in the first place. It seemed like the leader of the Vampirates had his eyes on Camelot for someone he knows. For 'business' reasons, he wants to trade the Vampirates half of Onigashima for a few of the Spada's territories, Camelot included. It didn't seem like a bad deal to her, but she was not about to invoke Spada's wrath on herself for not confirming it with her first. She pulls out a den-den mushi, miraculously undamaged in her battle with Arthur, and prepared to call her captain.

"Sounds like a good deal to me, but I'm going to check with the captain first. Excuse me for a moment."

She walked a few steps away to gain some privacy and called her captain.

"Hello, Captain? Yes, the Camelot take-over is a success. There has been a development though... A representative acting on the Vampirate's captain's orders was sent to Camelot to claim it, but upon learning of my own take-over of it for our empire... Yes. Alright, bye for now."

She returns to Namor and tells him the results of her call.

"The captain agreed to the exchange of territory. Onigashima is 100% the Spada's territory and your crew has the aforementioned ones in exchange. If that's all, I am gonna set sail now. Still quite tired and sore from that fight... Ugh."

With that, assuming she was not stopped with a follow up question from Namor, she would drag herself to her ship in a zombie like fashion and set sail. It felt a little weird to leave without calling Camelot a territory of the Spada's, but what was obtained as a result was worth it.
 
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