@supra-man: Hey crazy. I know I didn't write with you much until recently, but what we have written was amazing. You're a great writing and an awesome person. I hope you know how fantastic a time I had with you while you were here. I'm going to miss you for more reasons than just that, of course, but that's what got us started getting to know each other. The times we talked OOC were great. I hope you don't stop writing. You're going to do great things, Jack. See you around! :)
Her limbs felt like stones, but she had to do something. Move Amy. Amy... move! Thank Arceus for her stubbornness, it was probably the only thing that got her going, changed from a motionless target to almost a speedster in the seconds it took for him to move towards her. Had she tried to avoid the punch, she would've just been concussed by the kick to the forehead. Instead, with the smallest discharge of bioelectricity in the form of a Thunder Shock, she had made a dash to a position several yards to the stranger's left.
The accidental attack probably wouldn't do anything more than tickle him, and even if she'd made no attack at all, she realized that the moment he'd take to realize she'd moved would be her only chance at making a run for it. Without thinking that maybe she could be making the problem worse by running deeper into his territory, she turned back to her former path, intent on using her newfound speed for a quick escape.
She'd only been walking a little while when she saw somebody running towards her. At first she thought they were running away from something, but then she realized that whoever it was looked ticked. She glanced over her shoulder and realized there was nothing behind her. Wait, then that means -
It was too late to evade the attack. Electricity coursed through her body through the punch under her chin, sending her skidding across the ground. She tasted blood, but didn't have time to realize where it was coming from. She couldn't feel any of her limbs. There was, however, a tingling feeling lingering, not from the shock itself but from something her body had only done once before.
In a flash of light and heat, she was a different person down to her basic genetic code. Unlike before, when there was that feeling of healing and stamina, there was an itching energy at the back of her mind. Her mouth was healed, and she could just barely move enough to try to drag herself back to her feet and shake the ringing from her ears. Blonde hair fell around her shoulders, but she really couldn't worry about how she looked right now, just what her assailant would do next. She recognized that she was way outmatched, but for now her limbs felt like tingly lead. She'd have to wait and see how the aggressive stranger reacted to her changes before she even considered either fighting or running.