"Il es temps" (It is time) said a voice, reverberating inside the man's head. The power of that voice alone made the darkness jump. "Allez, ma marionnette. Détruit ceux qui s'opposent à nous" (Go, my puppet. Destroy those who oppose us).
"Oui, mon seigneur, Gankutsuou" (Yes, my lord, Gankutsuou) answered the man, emotionless. As sudden as they had appeared, the eyes dissapeared, leaving the man in alone in the shadows once more. "Je dois attendre un peu plus" (I just have to wait some more) he murmured, closing his eyes.
When he opened them again, The Count found himself sitting in a chair, in the Champs Elysees, his beatful mansion. The frenchman look out the window next to him and stared at the sea that surrounded his golden palace, thinking. After a few moments, he stood up silently and walked towards the only door of the room. When he opened, he found a masive muscled body standing infront of him. Raseri Rudd, also known as the "Nordic Tiger" and know a slave to The Count's will was standing before his master.
"It's time. You know what you have to do. Go to Ebisu headquarters, act as you would normally act and wait for my command" the gentleman said, serious. Six violet eyes shone in his forehead and in Raseri's as he put a seal in the "Ultimate Fighting's God" mind. That seal will make it impossible to break free from that order and it also impede Raseri to inform his Ebisu companions that he was under control or anything about The Count or his hidden palace.
As Raseri walked away from the mansion, The Count watch his newest servant's back from a window, with Bertuccio besides him. The frenchman was frowning and his hands were closed in fists. "What's wrong, Monsieur?" asked Bertuccio, who found his master's expression strange as he never looked worried.
"Gankutsuou" The Count said, bitting his lip "Is winning the battle" He had not ordered Raseri to appear near his room. "Come on, Bertuccio. We have many work to do" he said, returning to his normal self. The mysterious frenchamn turned around and walked away, with his faithful servant behind him.