A Place To Remember [Caein] Jun 15, 2019 17:58:23 GMT -6
Post by Magister Oud on Jun 15, 2019 17:58:23 GMT -6
Magister Oud PL: 10,000 (Base)
South City. Another vast concrete jungle for the Magister to explore to his heart's content, but at least this city was a lot smaller than Central. The buildings were a lot more sparse in their placements, giving way to large open streets and open areas, though the lack of area 'blocs' made finding certain places of interest a little more difficult.
Oud had come here in order to find some form of difference between two cities. He pondered on the notion of different races having their own cities as it was on Namek—namekians, saiyans and arcosians had their own little settlements on the various islands of the planet, their populace comprised almost entirely of their own respective races.
Earth was different though. He had seen many different races on this planet, but every city was filled with predominantly humans with a smattering of animalistic zoanthropes. It reminded Out of a time when there were no other races inhabiting his home planet besides its own indigenous peoples. Still, at least it gave him a chance to perceive and study.
He had hoped that perhaps the earthlings of the different cities would be different—appearance, culture, architecture—anything. But he found that the two were practically identical. Humans looked the same, wore the same clothes, shopped at the same stores, even worked the same jobs. He guessed the only reason there were two cities was to split the governance between multiple parties.
Yes, earthlings did so want so much to control the lesser. It was almost admirable if not frivolous.
Tired of walking the busy streets that was filled with the weekend bustle of humans, the mazoku decided to take himself to someplace that was far more sparse of earthling life. Taking a detour through one of the open fields, he found himself within a small district that seemed to be a sort of social area. Amongst the buildings were various restaurants, bars, night clubs, event clubs and a myriad of other recreational establishments.
One, however, took his eyes almost immediately. It was a large building coloured almost entirely in black. Two separate allotments were placed side by side with a catwalk that bridged the two together some distance from the ground. A third structure seemed to have completely burnt down, though it was hard to tell what exactly it was. The smell of smoked, charred wood was the only clue to its destruction.
Oud approached the building's door. However, as he was about to place his hand upon the window, he noticed there was a small sign hanging from a hook on the framework; 'CLOSED', it read.