Wandering the Woods [OPEN] Jul 16, 2018 22:32:59 GMT -6
Post by Chime on Jul 16, 2018 22:32:59 GMT -6
Chime's power level: 4,000
The sun burned high over the trees of Mount Paozu. The birds sang, the wind blew gently through the trees, flowers bloomed...and a little green figure trudged his way through the forest, looking like he was having the worst day of his life in this beautiful landscape. Said figure was a Namekian boy, shorter than average for his race, wearing tattered blue and white robes. His nice white pants had brown mud stains on them from the dirty puddle he'd fallen into not an hour ago, and there was a slump to his back and shoulders as he navigated the wilderness, like he'd been at this for a while, and it was wearing on him. 'This' being finding his way out of these dragon-forsaken mountains.
The Namekian, Chime was his name, had crash-landed on Earth only a couple of days ago, on one of the rocky spires of Mount Paozu. He'd promptly been attacked by a very rude dinosaur (nevermind that he'd fallen into its backyard and then thrown a rock at it. He was only looking for help, really!), and his little one-man ship had been ruined beyond function. Chime had survived, though, and since then, had managed to make his way out of the more mountainous region of Paozu and into the forest. He knew that if he just went in one direction long enough, he'd get out of this wilderness, and find some sort of civilization, but he'd been out here for a couple of days and not seen even a single house, so it's entirely possible he got lost.
Chime was shaken from his gloomy thoughts by the gentle bubbling sound of a stream. His antenna perked up immediately. Water! Probably clean water, too, not like that muddy puddle he'd fallen into. He was so thirsty and dirty that the sound of water felt like the best thing he'd heard in his life, and he ran through the trees toward it with abandon. Once he pushed through the brush enough to reach it, he saw it wasn't just a stream, but a big river, complete with a waterfall! The little Namekian's joy doubled and he scrambled his way over to the bank to outright stick his whole head in, without any care for what, or who, else might be around.