He snapped his fingers. “Reflection!”
Six giant slabs of silvered glass shot out of the ground, surrounding the man. Then they started to rotate around him, slowly at first, but with increasing speed. Crackles of energy shot out, covering the man. He screamed in agony.
“It would be a matter of time before we get results,” he said, eying the scene with interest.
“Stop right there!” a voice said.
“What?” He turned around to find a girl oddly dressed. Her clothes were of white and pink, with a triple-layered skirt. A pair of wings were on her back, a heart-shaped brooch was on her chest, and a golden crescent moon was on her forehead. A purple-black cat with the same crescent moon stood under her.
“I do not know who you are, but I cannot forgive you hurting this man!”
“Who are you?” the man snarled.
The girl started gesturing. “For Love and Justice, the pretty sailor suited soldier Sailor Moon! In the name of the moon I will punish you!”
He raised an eyebrow. “You’re a weird girl.” He turned to find the man encased in a huge mirror. “Hm, it failed, it seems.”
“What did you do to him?” Sailor Moon asked.
“Nothing really. Just showing you his true form.”
“His true form?” the cat muttered to herself.
He snapped his fingers again, and the mirror shattered, showing a tall, lean creature dressed in black and green plaid. He wore a bright red mask. “Agent M’Kal,” the man said, gesturing, “deal with this strange girl.”
“Done!” And the man sped across her. Sailor Moon dodged, barely.
He’s fast, she thought to herself as she watched him turn around.
“There!” The creature flung something to her, and she was suddenly encased in tight netting. She fell to the ground in front of the man.
“I am surprised that someone would try to stop me,” the man said, eying the struggling figure. He shrugged and raised a hand that suddenly had a long, serrated knife. “No problem, though.” He smiled grimly.