"Wow, good job mate!! You basically did the second part of the training, your throwing technique, very impressive! It rivals even my throwing ability!" Oliver was very impressed at the otters performance. "Well, inside of the straw is a thin net that 'olds heavy dirt and sand." Oliver said, answering Lagg's question.
"We are going to go down the line, next we 'it the stoat. Each creature we 'it, we 'ave to go lower and lower, so we don't 'it the armor. We are going to focus on our throwing abilities too." Oliver continued to explain. "Remember, don't stop til you throw the mouse sized dummy."
"Not sure if you know this, but when we take the next creatures to the ground, we are going to lift them from that par-terre position, which is when they are on their back, knees, or lying on their stomachs." Oliver said, with detail. He walked back to the starting position and got into a stance.
" 'ere it goes!" with that said, Oliver rushed off. Smack! Oliver drove the stoat into the ground. He quickly stood up and wrapped his arms and paws around the stomach of the stoat. "Grah!" The large squirrel kicked his foot back, flipping the stoat backwards onto its neck, staying in an arch.
He let go, flipping out from the arch and tackled the ferret from behind. Oliver squatted down lifting it up from its belly, flipping it into a power bomb position. "Yah!" He yelled, slamming the dummy downwards, a loud thud escaping from the slam onto it's back.
The large squirrel was panting by now, standing up and going at the rat. He wrapped up its legs from the front, hoisting it high above his head while squeezing the legs together. Oliver brought the dummy down hard on its back.
Oliver stood up, wiping his forehead. He went at the mouse, bear hugging it while lifting it. His technique proved to be intense, but strong. The large squirrel, rolled onto his back, kicking the mouse over his head.
He stood up and set up the creatures for Lagg. "Huff.. huff.. Whoooo!.." He said catching his breath. "Your turn matey!.." He put his paws up to his head to get more air.