Chase is thrown back after getting hit right on stomach by a punch from the Minotaur, causing him to cough and groan in pain. He then hears the monster bellow another battle cry as it charges towards him, prompting the son of Zeus to move quickly and get out of his current predicament. He rolls to his side nimbly, and uses the momentum to get him back on his feet, leaping out of harm's way. The monster, clearly agitated after missing its target, turns its head towards Chase's direction and charges at him yet again, its horns swinging dangerously as it sways its head sidewards. The son of Zeus attempts to evade the monster's attack for a second time, but this time, his efforts prove to be futile. He messes up his footing and gets hit on the torso by the side of the Minotaur's horn, the motion strong enough to send him flying across the arena. The water manages to break his fall, but nevertheless, his body ached after getting hit twice.
Never the patient one, Chase decided that it was time to stop dilly-dallying. He winces as he stands up, beads of water skidding down his body, making ripples around his knees as they rejoin the larger mass of water. The son of Zeus isn't exactly the brightest, but if there's one thing he remembers from reading those boring science textbooks at home, it's that water conducts electricity, and he's grateful that all those years of homeschool are finally paying off. He scans the area and sure enough, water is everywhere, and the monster that's been trying to kill him is dab smack in the middle of all of it. He smirks, strategy formulating inside his head. He knows what he needs to do.
Now, imagine those cheesy fight scenes in movies, the ones where the villain and the hero are on the opposite sides of the battlefield, and they are running towards each other, determined to beat the other one to a pulp. That is exactly what's happening, except that this time, it's between a heaping ton of cow muscle and an impatient and vengeful teenager with an abnormal affinity with lightning. As Chase dashes towards the Minotaur - his celestial bronze sword on his right hand - the skies above gradually darken, as if its responding to the demigod's emotions, with the booming sound of thunder eventually making an empirical appearance. A few feet away from each other, Chase finally summons a large lightning storm, accompanied by a bellow of his own that could rival even that of the Minotaur's. His eyes shine blue, reflecting the colour of his surroundings as large bolts of lightning get hurled all around them. The son of Zeus smiles as he sees the monster get hit by a lightning bolt, stunning it, and the water around them causes an even greater deal of damage because of conduction. Still running, he finally closes in on the Minotaur to deliver the final blow, and he does so by slashing an arc towards the monster's midsection, causing it to erupt into golden dust after the blade of his celestial bronze sword made contact with its skin. Satisfied, Chase smirks one last time before he passes out, completely drained of energy.