Parrying another blow, Damian Kos'si raised his double-bladed sword and drove it into a man's jugular. He kicked another warrior as he traded blows with yet another. Keeping the blade in one hand, he grabbed his dagger and drove it into a man's wrist. He wrenched it and drove it down the man's entire forearm, and then promptly ripped it out. He parried a blow and struck a man in the shins, and then turned to drive his blade into the other man's stomach. He sidestepped and slit a man's throat with his dagger. Putting it away, he brought his blade to parry an attack from behind, and he turned to drive the blade down the man's outstretched arms. He pierced the tip of his blade at the man's throat, nipping it, but piercing it enough to cause blood to spill from it.
He left the area after he killed the last man, and seeing a man in the distance, he quickly advanced towards him - observing him killing another warrior. Walking up to him, he grabbed his double-bladed sword and prepared to do battle.
"Are you an ally, or enemy?", he asked in a strong voice, preparing to attack if he chose the latter.
The funniest thing about this sentence is that by the time you realize it doesn't say anything it's too late to stop reading it.
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