“You’ve still got that pass you found earlier, right?!” the girl with black hair asked David.
“...yea,” he nodded.
“Well, use it to fight this beast!”
“You ask a lot of questions for somebody whose life is in danger…” the girl groaned.
The monster simply gave an annoyed groan at the two. It was a bat monster that had the shoulders, back, and arms all resembled bat wings, while its fingers were talons. Its head was akin to that of what a vampire’s would be mixed with the face of a bat. It was a violet-blue color with purple and dark gray accents, with two dark-pink eyes. It used its wings to send out a sonic soundwave at the two, knocking them back and causing the pass to go flying out of David’s jacket pocket.
“You idiot!” the girl shouted in agitation as she ran to go and get the pass. The pass was black, and it depicted a circle with a terminal shaped like a ‘T’ in the center with train track designs on the side.
“Well… that’s certainly a bit of a thing I can’t allow. Hey kid… why not just give up that pass while you still can? I’ll spare you if you do,” the monster told David.
The girl got the pass and tossed it over to David, who caught it without any sort of issues. David stared at the item for a moment, and in the glass screen he saw some sort of a belt-buckle.
“Press that button on the side there to activate it!” the girl shouted.
Without wasting a second, David did so. It caused a belt to appear around his waist and secure itself. It was streamlined and primarily silver. Traces of black were on the front and buckles while a blue arrow was painted on the right half of the buckle. The center had the same emblem as the pass did while four buttons-Red, Blue, Yellow and Purple-were lined up on each on the left side.
“Oh crud…” the monster gulped in nervousness.
David stood up and almost seemed to know exactly what to do, and thus he slide the pass across the screen. It released a trail of white energy that quickly solidified and armored David up. A black jumpsuit that covered his entire body. His arms and legs up to the elbows and knees were silver with the fingers black. The silver on his knees extended upwards a bit. The sides of his belt sported four pieces that resembled parts to a train. The shoulders and torso all had train track designs with silver plating on the sides of the ‘tracks’. His helmet was a solid white with a train track going down the back and up over to his chin. His mouth was covered in a silver face guard resembling the grill on the front of trains, the eyes were a solid black and the sides of his head had gold bars.
“Tch… I may have to use cowardice as an energy source, but I ain’t scared of no Rider!” the monster shouted as he charged forward.
“Don’t just stand there, fight that Timerit already!” the girl shouted.
“...Time… rit?” David blinked in confusion, “...Rider?”
The Timerit charged forward, knocking the Rider onto the ground. He attempted to stand back up, but struggled to do so. The Timerit just smirked and charged after the Rider, who tried to run from him, going into the nearby factory that the two were nearby. He ran back outside and attempted to find someplace to hide from the Timerit.
“Hey idiot, try fighting it!” the girl shouted as she managed to find where the Rider was running to.
“I don’t know how to!” he shouted back, continuing to run.
This made the girl groan a bit as she saw the Timerit knock down a part of the building. The Rider managed to run back inside, however, the Timerit grabbed him by the neck and tossed him aside into some crates and stuff.
The Timerit picked him back up and began to smack him around, knocking the Rider back onto the ground. He just smirked at this and continued to attack him while he was on the ground.
The Rider saw a broom and managed to pick it up, this caused the Timerit to back up a bit out of fear, but upon seeing what he picked up, just scoofed and rolled its eyes.
“Really? ...you think a broom is going to stop me?” it asked.
The Rider just tossed it aside and began to run up some metallic steps, but got slapped down pretty easily after the Timerit jumped up and smacked him back down. It left out a scoff before charging back at the Rider, procedding to slap him into some nearby metallic boxes.
“Hey idiot! Fall back already and let me handle this!” the being who David had met earlier that day shouted.
“...how on Earth do I do that?” the Rider asked nervously as he struggled to stand back up.
“I dunno, but what I do know is that I’ll kick the butt of that monster for messing with us!”
“I wish I could have some of that courage,” the Rider muttered.
The Timerit picked him up and flew up to higher ground, “You know something, I heard that there was going to be some big threat to our goal. But you’re a wimp!”
The girl ran up to see what was about to happen and gasped.
“Nothing can stop us Timerits! NOTHING!” the Timerit shouted as he threw the Rider down from the ledge they were on. The Rider landed on top of more crates and fell onto his front side.
“Let me show him how a real warrior fights! I’ll show that Timerit what happens when you mess with a warrior!” the voice shouted.
“...how do I do that?!” the Rider asked in annoyance.
The girl ran over and saw the Rider, “Try pressing that red button on the side of your belt!”
“...red button,” he muttered, finally getting a moment to look at the belt, “...red button… red button.”
He found it and pressed it, causing a sort of techno train whistle to begin to play. The Rider managed to slide the pass over the symbol that begun to glow red.
Six pieces of armor, four red and silver and two gold and black, spun around him. The red and silver parts attached to the shoulders and the sides of the ‘tracks’ on his torso as the black and gold slid onto the sides of the ‘tracks’ on his back. The sound of a train’s whistle echoed as a red ‘peach’ slid down and over the mask. The tip rose up before splitting down the middle, becoming a new mask while revealing the ‘tracks’ on his mask had turned gold. The armor flashed red as a small pulse of energy came off him.
The girl smiled a little bit at the Rider’s new form. He then pointed right thumb to himself before thrusting it behind him.
“The Saber of Courage… has arrived!” he said out loud, bringing his his left arm in front, both hands wide open, and legs spread apart.
David (narrating): Find out the exciting conclusion to this fight when Warrior Rider Liner airs, soon.
? (narrating): I’ll show them all some real courage, partner.
David (narrating): K.