04-20-2011, 10:05 AM
Pyotr remained predictably quiet, and watched Draven closely, assessing him to actually be the bigger threat; Draven was the most agressive of the champions, it was quite evident.
While Pyotr dreaded the very idea of the tournament and was usually a bit of a pacifist, he knew that now he carried the weight of an entire school's reputation on his shoulders. He had to give it his all, and that meant he had to play to his strengths; Pyotr was observant, had a good memory, and was quite the scholar, and he planned on playing that to his advantage. Even if it meant finding out the weaknesses of the other two; he had no idea what the first event was, and if he ev er came in direct contact with the other two he wanted to be on sure footing, at least.