Adria was her name.
It wasn't familiar, but there were only so many names one could remember off the top of their head. Carn nodded, walking forward as they spoke.
"Carnation Kay," Carn said back to Adria with a respectful nod. "But please don't take all the good ones. I'll make sure to do the same for you.
And with that they were off. Carn dived into the opposite direction of Adria, drawing Sakura Hurricane into the torso of the first bandit she saw. It was back in its sheath almost immediately as she stepped over his writhing body, slamming her foot into his face to end his suffering as fast as possible. And with that, she faced the rest of the group with a focused, pink gaze.
Flower petals seemingly drifted out of nowhere and swirled around her in a gentle rhythm. To those that they were too close to them, they found small, harmless cuts around exposed skin.
A beautiful, but deadly sight had appeared before them.
And it moved fast. Carnation maneuvered through the group with the grace of a practiced martial artist. Punches and low kicks disabled all the bandits she ran past. One would forego his weapon and try to high kick her, but she grabbed his foot and slammed her own into his hip, breaking his leg.
She resumed her tornado of dodges and attacks. Killing some with a quick draw of her katana, flooring others with a kick to the nether regions and then their neck. Others tried to get her when her hands were far away from her katana's hilt, only to be met with a blade made of the flower petals that swarmed around her.
Eventually she found her way to Adria's back and made sure it was at her own.
"We should wipe them--" She drew Sakura Hurricane into the throat of a bandit that charged her. She kept his body there, using it as a shield for some other bandit's thrown axe. After that, she kicked him aside and sheathed her weapon. "Out before all this negativity brings a bigger problem to our plate. But Oum.. How many of them are there?"