JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
- Lawful Evil
It was quickly becoming apparent that his arrival in this foreign land was not by a Stand user's ability. His breath was heavy in his lungs as he spread his fingers against the wall he was slumped against. Everything felt too real to be an illusion. And if this setting was an attack on the senses, he would have started to experience harm of some kind by now. It was impossible for a Stand to create a true, tangible setting this large without some kind of condition or setback. As far as he could tell, this place that he had fallen into was real.
It would be approximately five minutes and counting since he had started walking. While he could normally ignore the pain of his injuries, his body was beginning to refuse to cooperate. Glancing behind him, he could see the trail of blood that he was leaving behind. A timer counting down on his own life.
While he could reduce the effects of anemia with Metallica boosting the iron in his system, he could not offset it forever. He had to find a way to medical attention quickly. The idea of relying on the kindness of a stranger was less than appealing, but it seemed to be his only option. The only pressing issue to counter this solution was the fact that there didn't seem to be anyone else in this godforsaken place. The fog that had settled over the cobblestone alleyway was thick and heavy. Perhaps he had landed himself in some form of purgatory. Not that he was one to believe in Hell given his lack of faith.
The next step he took was like the tolling of a bell to signal the end. A bolt of pain shot up his leg from where he had reattached his foot by some crude staples. He was starting to feel every gram of his weight now, and he silently wondered if it would have made a difference if he weren't so fucking tall. Risotto elected to stop moving altogether, sliding at a glacial pace against brick until he was sitting on the cobblestone, breath fogging up the air before his vision. To be lingering on trivial thoughts such as his own height... he truly was at his limit.