The Fire Ninja is a favorite in this year’s edition, as usual, but the Ice Ninja has been training hard and has a few cards up his sleeve.
Both fighters focus their chakra. Everyone is amazed at the red ninja’s power, eclipsing all light around him. It feels like his opponent doesn’t stand a chance.
The white Ninja forms a large icy temple, planning to lure his adversary inside and defeat him with his traps. He had hoped to save this skill for later, but luck is not on his side, as he ended up fighting one of the most powerful contestants in the first round.
As expected, the high temperature of fire can easily melt the temple, even though it was formed with chakra through Ninjutsu.
It’s back to step one. What can the Ice Ninja plan against his worst opponent – one that has mastered the fire element? He seems tired, but a slight smile appears in the white-suited fighter.
«Come forth, Dragon», screamed the Ice Ninja. The public is going crazy with so many amazing contestants this year. Not as large as the Earth Dragon, the Ice Dragon is certainly more agile. It prepares a mighty cold attack to freeze his opponent in his toes.
It’s a great plan, but the red Ninja is not impressed. He uses shadow clones of himself to boost him over the ice trail thus avoiding the attack. He jumps at the dragon.
A quick swift blow is all it takes to cut off a wing of the summoned creature. Loosing balance, the beast falls over roaring and the Ice Ninja is forced to send his ally back to the other dimension.
The white Ninja has used up all his chakra with the large ice temple and the summoning, and it’s easy for his opponent to sneak up behind him. The battle is settled.
Everyone applauds the marvelous demonstration of power and fortitude. The Emperor approaches to formally announce the winner. Both fighters salute each other and their suzerain.
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We have another winner, which means the Water Ninja will challenge the Fire Ninja in the first semi-final.
Coming up next: it’s the third quarter-final: *Sensei vs The Lightning Ninja*. Watch now by clicking here.
Special thanks: Chico Céu e Silva and my sister Ana