The war-fueled Officer of Battle;
Kotlinsky, the Commandant
Is… is this some sort of sick joke? He could only give that of a what others would say a deadpan stare towards none other than the newly named ‘Cthulhu-Chan’ herself… a few seconds of awkward silence filling the air. In all honesty, within his head, this must be a joke or something, there was little chance of the person that he was talking to was none other than a version of the very main threat they were facing as of now. Not only that, but the name as well, it was as if one didn’t care much about taking the name and instead, placed in a random word such as this ‘Chan’ in return, as if it was a great accompaniment on its own. Now, internally, his doubts began to show up within himself whether or not the claims of this individual were truly what they were said to be, after all, he knew that having a Cthulhu on their team, apparently another version of them, that wasn’t the same as the one they were fighting was similar to that of a play with two individuals who are the same person at the opposite side of fray. A spy or twin one would say. Yet, externally, he decided to go along with such… play along with their little game so that he wouldn’t ruin the reputation he was trying to set up.
“I see, well, nonetheless ‘Cthulhu-Chan’… may we work well together on the field of battle when the time calls for it.”
Before turning to face the new individual who had called out to him. A woman in… ‘strange’ attire. What she spoke of was him skimming the one percent of this ‘Multiverse’, seeing only a small glance of what’s to expect from it. A wide series of worlds, some of which, have the same scenes play out with different outcomes, even meeting one’s own father from what she had put it. If this were years before he had gone into such a thing, he would have merely pass it off as madman speech and execute the individual in front of him. Yet, with what he had experienced in the recent times as well as this whole scenario reinforcing such a view, he was willing to put in some belief in the matter. So, responding in the same old tone again, he had said in response.
“With what I have come to know and learn throughout my years… sometimes, you have to put some belief into things that may have been impossible from your common knowledge. After all, I’ve come to experience things that a normal person wouldn’t know…”
And with that, he turned to face, yet, another voice. More needed information (while ignoring the useless talk about the importance of nutrition in the background by the glasses individual… honestly, while he knows it’s important, this wasn’t the time for it). A piece of Cthulhu is upon this world, along with page within a mountain he can spot from the side of the cave. Oddly convenient, although, considering that the apprentice was watching over this world for a while, it would make sense that she would know of the location of the page but didn’t have the resources or men-power to attempt at claiming it. Although, strange that the beast wasn’t able to reach the page yet, but, there must be some sort of defense installed if it was capable of warding off said piece of Cthulhu until now. Let’s hope that it didn’t include them as well. Moving outside along with the rest of the group, the full force of the cold winds outside had struck him, but, it was tolerable still even when being it with such. Facing the others, although, controlling his voice as to not attract whatever may be here, he had begun issuing his first commands.
“Allies, if we were to continue forward, I must suggest a few things if we were to not be inefficient within our fighting. Firstly, I suggest we form rankings, or formation if you will. Frontline focuses warriors and soldiers will be our front guard, being the first to encounter the threat head on. I only suggest that you will be capable of taking a hit or agile enough to dodge attacks. Me, along with the support and range will make up both the middle guard and the rear guard, with those capable of not only focusing supporting our allies or attacking from afar, but also not as strong to attack in the frontlines or get hit will stay here. And in the rear guard, a mixture of the both, reason being in the off-chance of our foes attempting to strike our weaker individuals from behind, the rear guard shall move to defend them from harm. But like the frontlines, I do suggest those having the same traits as well. Lastly, everyone must remain watching their environment for any small details that may look off. We all must work together in order to defend each other, and working to call out the danger before it strikes aids in such a goal.”
The Commandant finished, waiting to see not only responses in the matter, but also moving to the middle of the group to maintain said formation.
@ (everyone here… sorry, too much to ping)