Ferenic used the air to move quickly to where Alexander had landed to figure out where he went. Just moments ago, the man had literally vanished, leaving no trace of his whereabouts. Just when he was about to continue his search, he felt a slight gust.
Grinning almost ear to ear, Alexander stuck the Shaman right across the back with the sett spot of his weapon, sending the Shaman into the air. Not letting up, Alexander jumped in pursuit.
Luckily for Ferenic, he had good instincts: the moment he felt the rush of air that preceded Alexander, he covered his back in stone. Before he could recover from the force of the strike however, the Warrior was upon him again, and was sent crashing toward Earth with a Fiery strike from the massive sword that was now coated in fire.
Even though he was falling far too quickly for the flames to last, the fire did lend an extra force to the hit, and Ferenic could feel his impromptu armor starting to fail. Extending his arms toward the ground, he hoped to create an updraft to slow his fall. Unfortunately for him, just as he felt himself slow, something struck him in the back, increasing his speed again. He didn’t have to look up to know that the Warrior was using his air strike to both speed Ferenic’s descent and to wear out his armor.
Having little choice, Ferenic repeated the action. Again, he was rebuffed by another strike. This time it was immediately followed by another, and another and soon there wasn’t enough distance to slow his fall at all.