99 Problems, Batteries Ain't One (Open) May 28, 2019 23:40:07 GMT -6
Post by Casca on May 28, 2019 23:40:07 GMT -6
Batteries Ain't One
Batteries Ain't One
Standing in line, waiting to see the Guru was taking longer than expected. Did any of these minions know who she was?
“I’m Casca,” the Saiyan held an extended hand in the direction of the group of Namekians overlooking the Village until the Guru’s return. Gesturing to her face, Casca stepped from the line to better make her point. “One of the few hunting the Dragon Balls. I was with the Guru when,” one of the guards made a disturbed face. “On the day we met the Monstar, yes.”
Seeing the laughing face of Yogu, the young woman’s body grew rigid as she quickly relived the past few days and their disastrous consequences. Maybe leaving Flip and the Big Gamble for a few days wasn’t the right idea, and she needed more time away from the hunt. “I think he’s actually expecting me,” as she directed the guard back to the line situation. “Check the list,” Casca said as if her reputation mattered in a place as tranquil as this.
“I want each of your names,” the Saiyan huffed as she was carried from the village. Casca bounced to her feet as she was thrown by the hatchlings. “Oboe will be hearing about this,” she turned from the village knocking the dust from her armor.
Wishing she still had a Dragon Ball as proof, the young woman made it a while down the road before she dipped her hands in her pockets. Immediately noticing a smooth, metallic device, Casca removed her Dragon Radar and clicked it on. To her amusement, it still had some juice. Not sure whether or not to spend the battery life on looking for another, the Saiyan continued her retreat. “Lucks bound to change one of these days,” Casca said with her finger on the radar’s trigger, “but it’s not like they are going anywhere,” thinking of the supernova she gave her last Dragon Ball to.
Was there a plan? Wasn’t there a plan? Either way, there would be Monstars, champions, wishes, and demons? Planet cracking, heavens shaking, possibly spirit enlightening.
With a press of a single button, Casca life could change. Praying for the spirit of Vegeta to watch over her as she prepared for round two, she peered into the distance as she chanted, "Come out, come out, where ever you are."