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 The Great Kazura Lake; Saruno's Powerful Edge. [Open to One.]

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PostSubject: The Great Kazura Lake; Saruno's Powerful Edge. [Open to One.]   Sat Mar 06, 2010 6:30 pm

Conflicting feelings, dark emotions, and an unstable power to boot. Waves of the 'Great Kazura Lake' were riding onto the sandy shores and the rocky outcrops circling it's massive area. His thoughts were in deep mind, his eyes being silent and unseeing. Though his bodily expressions said to people seeing him that he was looking to the water, his hair was swaying along his face and sides, it being far longer then normal. Yuui was by his side, held in his right hand. It was as if he was in a trance, but he was just being depressed. The unsheathed Yuui hummed with an untamed power, the sounds being heard all along the open area of the lake and beyond.

It's purple glowing blade made it nearly impossible to mistake it with something other than a sword. It was a massive blade, with massive power, fitting for it. But it was annoying all the same. His mind was blank, his thoughts thinking of how he had lost his family all those years ago, and more family only recently, before his very eyes.

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PostSubject: Re: The Great Kazura Lake; Saruno's Powerful Edge. [Open to One.]   Tue Mar 09, 2010 4:38 pm

As the shinobi stood within the waves that were slowly making its way to the sandy shore, he would of noticed the reflection from the water that and saw the dark gray monstrous clouds invading the sky. Not to soon after the clouds were visible it began to snow causing the temperature to drop which would of also caused the water Temperature to drop also. As the snow began to build up on the ground it soon came to a rise like mini twister, but then dropped to the ground. At the same time the snow left the air, was the same time that Shika used his opportunity to make his appearance. Shika looked at the shinobi, then cleared his throat trying to get his attention. If he was successful and the shinobi turned around, he would of noticed that Shika was an anbu member by the war he dressed. Shika wore a white cloak, with the hood on the cloak on his head, and his mask on his face hiding his identity. Shika also had a weapon of his choice on his back which was a double bladed scythe, but it had a strap on it so that he didn't have to hold it at all times. The strap went across his torso then held the scythe perfectly on his back allowing him to swing it around his back if needed. Shika, then began to speak to the shinobi "I'm here to challenge you. Well not really challenge because no matter what you say i will attack." Shika said as he released a chuckle while the snow flacks landed on both of them causing their clothing to become damp. "Well....what shall it be?"

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PostSubject: Re: The Great Kazura Lake; Saruno's Powerful Edge. [Open to One.]   Thu Aug 12, 2010 5:28 am

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PostSubject: Aston Villa 0 - 0 Birmingham    Mon Nov 01, 2010 4:34 am



Birmingham extended Villa's winless streak in the league to four games

By Phil McNulty
BBC Sport at Villa Park

Aston Villa and Birmingham City shared the points after they fought out a dour midlands derby deadlock at Villa Park.
Gerard Houllier had set his sights on victory in his first confrontation with arch-rivals Birmingham since his appointment as Villa boss - and saw his side waste the best of the chances in an encounter that was high on endeavour but desperately lacking in serious quality.
Ciaran Clark almost grabbed a late winner for Villa when his close-range header was only inches wide, and Ashley Young came even closer seconds later when he hit the woodwork with City keeper Ben Foster beaten.

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It is early days to make definitive assessments of how Houllier will tackle the job, but evidence suggests he has taken on a squad limited in number and quality and he will need time and patience to shape it to his own satisfaction
But Blues boss Alex McLeish will feel his side's defensive discipline and work ethic, with Roger Johnson outstanding, made them worth a point, and it was clear the visitors were happier with the result at the final whistle.
And Birmingham will also state a convincing case that they could have had more rewards, with referee Howard Webb ignoring a clear handball by Villa captain Nigel Reo-Coker in the first half.
Birmingham still nurse a sense of injustice after losing to a late penalty at Villa Park last season, and they clearly felt the fates were against them again here.
Villa boss Houllier gave Clark a midfield role in the absence of Stilyan Petrov, but after a bright opening the game swiftly became a war of attrition so often associated with derbies.
Emile Heskey was only inches away from getting a crucial touch on to Ashley Young's shot and Reo-Coker almost charged down Foster's clearance, the rebound dropping narrowly wide.


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Houllier disappointed with Villa performance

But Birmingham's gameplan soon reduced Villa to too many long balls aimed in Heskey's direction as the early creativity all but disappeared from their play.
And the away side were rightly infuriated nine minutes before the interval when referee Webb, despite looking right at the incident, ignored Reo-Coker's obvious handling offence inside the Villa penalty area.
Chances were once more at a premium after the break, but Reo-Coker tested Foster with a shot that the Birmingham keeper was able to collect with the minimum of fuss.
McLeish introduced Cameron Jerome for the subdued Alexander Hleb with 19 minutes left, and his impact was almost instant as he outmuscled Richard Dunne - no mean feat - and worked his way into the area, only to hit his cross straight at Brad Friedel with Nikola Zigic unmarked and waiting for a simple finish.
Reo-Coker had been having an eventful afternoon in an uneventful game, and he was eventually successful in earning himself a booking for a flare-up with Craig Gardner, who had been shown a yellow card early on after the pair clashed.
Villa substitute Barry Bannan had been lively, and his 20-yard effort brought a fine diving save from Foster with only nine minutes remaining.


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John Carew was eventually introduced for Reo-Coker with nine minutes left, and his header set up a chance for Clark, who could only direct his finish wide under heavy pressure from Foster, sustaining a nose injury for his bravery.
Villa were ending the game the stronger side, and Ashley Young almost made the decisive contribution in the final minute with a rising drive that crashed to safety off the angle of post and bar.
It was the final act of a colourless game - although there was still time for Reo-Coker to re-enter the pitch looking for an argument after the final whistle. As with his earlier efforts, he had little satisfaction.
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Sunday, 31 October 2010
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Aston Villa 0-0 Birmingham FT
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