Cry Me A River Oct 20, 2018 3:00:28 GMT -6
Post by Nashua on Oct 20, 2018 3:00:28 GMT -6
|NASHUA'S PL: 80,000|
|ACTIVE TRANSFORMATIONS: None|
"Thank you for your help, Saiyan, this could have been a lot worse if you weren't around," one of the elder Namekians said to Nashua with a bow of his head, as the Saiyan lifted one of the many heavy rocks that laid strewn about the river. "It's no trouble, really," Nashua assured him with a smile as she walked to boulder that was several times her size over to the pile she'd started a few dozen meters away. Quite recently, an unexpected tremor of the earth had caused a cliff side to collapse, with giant rocks spilling over into and blocking the river. It'd have been quite the hassle to clean up for the locals, but luckily, Nashua had still been nearby when it occurred, and was quick to lend a hand. She dealt with the larger ones, while the young Namekian men mostly cleared away other rubble and some of the smaller boulders that had tumbled down.
With a grunt, she gently lowered the big rock onto the blue, grassy ground, taking a few step back afterwards to admire its size. Strength was good for more than just fighting, sometimes! "What are you going to do with all these big rocks, by the way?" she asked, glancing back over towards the elder who was overseeing the operation. "I can help you smash them or break them down, too, if you don't want to have to do that yourselves." The elder brought a hand up to his chin as he raised his gaze towards the top of the giant boulder, clearly going over his options in his head. "Perhaps we could break it down into materials," he mused, "But why don't you finish the cleanup operation, first? Restoring our water is what's more important, for right now. What we do with all these rocks can come after."
Nashua nodded in reply, then turned back to walk over to the rocks that were still left blocking the riverside. Hopefully, once enough of them had been removed, the strength of the water flow would be enough to wash the remaining ones away, though for now, only weak trickles of water managed to seep past the rocks. It could easily flood the village if it wasn't taken care of quickly! Nashua stepped down onto the riverbank and wrapped her arms around another big rock, this one a bit smaller than the last one, and hoisted it up out of the way of the water, allowing some more of the green liquid to begin trickling past. It was tedious work, but not exactly difficult. And it was good to get in the direct contact with the locals, after all the skirmishing they'd be doing around the planet.