I nodded once. "I always have been," I said calmly, yet a bit proudly. I honestly was never the arrogant type, but my fighting skills were impressive... so my father had said.
Of course, it's a father's job to give courage to his child, but I always saw honesty in his eyes, every time he said it.
Taking myself away from the thought, my mare began to beat her hooves against the dirt ground, her ears standing straight, and low snorts escaping her nostrils. I pursed my lips as she began to behave in such way, feeling a bit embarrassed.
I'm not really sure what to put here.
A small smile appeared on my lips as my eyes stayed on Chibi, but then disappeared and my eyes held no emotion but determination as I remembered that this was no time for happiness.
My black mare then turned to face Akuro's way, nothing but snorts escaping her nostrils. I sat firm, gripping the mare's reins tightly. This was going to be a battle of a lifetime.
I felt an icy burn flow through my blood, but it wasn't cold, since it was the middle of spring.
My breath appeared in white smoke, and my skin became an icy white, along with my hair. My eyes were turned into an arctic blue, showing nothing but determination and bravery. Snowflakes surrounded my eyes and formed a crown upon my head. My black dress became white and torn, showing my skin.
As my hands placed themselves on the mare's neck, it became white itself, and left snow and ice tracks where her hooves touched.
Gripping my sword, I cut the dark knight's bodies in half, black ooze spilling from them.