A Moment's Reprieve [Peppa] Jan 6, 2019 19:38:42 GMT -6
Post by Deleted on Jan 6, 2019 19:38:42 GMT -6
Cassa's PL: 27,000
Ki Suppression: Inactive
While there remained an abundance of things of which to tend in the city, the hustle and bustle of the traffic and crowds were beginning to wear on Cassa’s patience and mood. For all accounts she had finally managed to achieve a small goal in the never ending search for Cauri. While she had not found her sister, the young saiyan had happened upon someone whom might be able to help. Even though the exciting prospect of a new training regimen enticed her curiosity, it was imperative that she make some reconnections to her roots. This was done in the simplest of means, as she took to a hike beyond the city limits, venturing miles beyond until her journey brought the young saiyan to a hillside on the outskirts of a forest. In the distance she could make out the hazed form of the city, yet it was far enough that the noise it produced was silenced by the welcomed symphonies of the natural world around her.
Cassa sat tending to a small fire, started to help in the production of certain salves and oils, the remnants of which were all sitting in their own little pots about the camp. A filter, several vials, and a makeshift funnel sat to the girl’s left, as she tended to the last batch by stirring it slowly with a spoon. These kind of concoctions rarely did anything for healing, but there was more to a remedy than simply popping a nasty bean. Brown eyes admired the handiwork around them, a smile of content on the girl’s lips as she hummed softly, paying little mind to the surrounding area. A certainty some few hours prior dashed any fears of being found out by bandits or worse, finding naught but peaceful farms all this direction. Hopefully she would be able to finish all of this before the day was out, and with any luck she might make it back time for the weekend market.
”Looks like this has been a real productive day!” She beamed at the last pot, which steamed as it was removed from the fire, then rested upon the soil next to the others. While she waited for the sage oil to cool, Cassa would rise to her feet, and stretch up toward the sky. While she was embraced by a chilled, wintry breeze, the girl would take a deep breath, the exude a cloud of heated breath from betwixt her lips. The girl’s hands found her hips, her tail swaying from side to side as she admired the view once more. It certainly wasn’t the most exciting trip to the hillsides, but Cassa would relish the ability to escape the confines of that concrete jungle. How anyone could so easily live there, she could not fathom. The very air about the buildings felt toxic, the height of them were dizzying, and everywhere she felt suffocated by the congestion of a man made world. It was perhaps why this little escape felt so liberating, why Cassa felt it was long needed after so much searching.