Well... she honestly hadn't expected Voulge to come teleporting up after her. As for what Voulge accomplished, Anyis wasn't entirely sure. She didn't seem to be hurt anywhere... Come to think of it, she didn't even feel a thing from that rough fall. That wasn't right... Damnit. swore Anyis within her mind as she came to the realization that she was completely numb from the neck down. Her body wasn't quite flat on its back, as her elbows had managed to find themselves propped up before the numbness set it, but her legs ended up spread out at odd angles, them having absorbed most of the energy from her landing. It was a good thing Anyis had her bodysuit on under her robe, because the position she had landed in was... comprimising, to say the least. And to make matters worse, Voulge had managed to land himself right at her feet, with lance wielded towards... Whoa whoa whoa, stop.
"Hey! Where the hell do you think you're pointing that thing?!" shouted Anyis at the top of her lungs, loud enough to make anyone unprepared jump out of their skin. "Who do you think you are?! You look like a knight, but all I see is some freakish pervert! This match is being televised, you know! If you pull any stupid crap in front of these cameras, the whole world will see it! Your life will be completely ruined! You think you can handle that?! I don't think you can! So if you have any sense at all, you'd best put that lance down and step back, or else! Why, if I-" And so she continued, on and on and on...
And all the while Mill rubbed his temples, thoroughly embarassed by his Navi's ridiculous outburst. He'd probably have to apologize to Marius after the match because of this, and at this rate the officials could possibly call him on delay of game for how much Anyis was going on. Considering the fact that she was stunned made Mill unable to even guess why she was making so much noise, since he thought the idea would be to keep attention away from yourself, not draw it in. It was almost as if Anyis was trying to keep ahold of Voulge's atten-
... Oh. That probably was what she was trying to do. If she could stall Voulge for long enough with these accusations, the stun on Anyis might wear off before anything bad comes of it. That said, Mill couldn't be absolutely sure whether or not Anyis was acting or not. If she was, then Mill was genuinely impressed by her emotional range. If not... Well, he supposed that even Anyis had some things she was shy about. Either way, the ends justified the means, and Mill planned to take advantage of the time Anyis was trying to kill. He grabbed two specific chips out of his folder and slotted them into the PET, then waited to see what would unfold.
Anyis was indeed acting (to a degree), and after venting whatever anger she did have, the fog in her mind cleared up enough so that she could make a guess on Mill's plan from the chips he had sent. The first was obvious enough, since he had a habit of using it in a certain way. The other Anyis was a bit more unsure on how to use to the fullest, but she'd cross that bridge when she came to it. Regardless, Anyis could feel the effect of Voulge's stun wearing off, which meant it was time for action.
The Cannon Mill used loaded into the musket still in Anyis's hand, and she promptly pointed the muzzle at the ground and fired, forcing herself flying up into the air with the recoil from the blast. The propulsion wasn't nearly the same as the Airshot's, so while she couldn't go as high as before, Anyis still went up enough to go flying straight over where Voulge was standing before. Making this leap straight off the ground was tricky, but with any luck Anyis would be able to land right behind Voulge and launch her counterattack.
Before that, though, Anyis had to figure out what to do with her other chip: a MagBolt. The two-pronged electromagnet, being a melee-range chip, materialzed in her free gauntlet-armored hand, making Anyis wrap her fingers around the weapon tightly. In a brief flash of brilliance, she activated the magnet and aimed its pull towards... the nearest Satellite Camera. Since she had been optimized to use melee chips like this one, Anyis found it fairly easy draw in the object with her magnetic pull, yet all she ended up doing with it was whipping her arm around to send the camera flying towards Voulge. With any luck, the camera would crash right into him and shatter that shield of his.
Since it had already been activated, though, Anyis only had a few moments left to strike before her weapon disappeared. She made her landing with all the grace she could muster, only to turn right back around and rush her opponent. There wasn't any time left to look and see if the camera sufficiently distracted him, so Anyis lunged right at Voulge, thrusting her MagBolt forward with maximum force to induce some Stun-loaded revenge on him. She was already making up for lost time at this point, though, so Anyis immediately backed off after the attack in an effort to avoid what might be coming her way.
2) Cannon Jump (40 damage, Knockback) over and behind Voulge
--Bash (Add Impact to:)
3) MagBolt1 (+Melee Mastery Accuracy Boost) - Use Magnetic Pull to strike Voulge's shield with a Satellite Camera, then attack Voulge (90 Elec damage, Stun, Impact)
--Ectopatcher (Heal 15 HP)
Channel Static - 1 turn