Anger and Fear [OPEN] Jul 6, 2019 9:36:52 GMT -6
Post by Ochra on Jul 6, 2019 9:36:52 GMT -6
Ochra's PL: 104,093
When one looked at it, Namek was a surprisingly deceptive planet. It looked nice and peaceful, almost the complete opposite to the warrior-centric Vegeta. But once you saw beyond the veil, you began noticing the dangers that lurked beneath. The peaceful Namekians had a warrior caste, that were almost on pare with Saiyan soldiers. Then there was the beasts that roamed the land. Sure, Vegeta had Saiba beasts, but a seemingly peaceful place like Namek seemed like the last place for big and ferocious beasts. And yet, here they were.
Out in the waters of one of the large lakes that dotted Namek's landscape, the water erupted in a massive geyser. OChra shot out of the water, throwing up one of the massive crabs that dwelled in the cold depths. He had simply been taking a dip, trying to cool himself off, when suddenly he was set upon by a swarm of these things. What had followed was a flurry of claws and fists, as Ochra delivered a brutal beatdown on the attacking crabs. Beneath the surface, a number of them laid dead, their shells smashed in, claws torn off. Even the one he was launching into the air had several cracks in its shell and was missing a leg.
Ochra knew he shouldn't have gone as hard as he did on them. They were just mindless animals seeking food, or defending their territory. But once the fighting began, the anger that Ochra had been keeping contained rose to the surface, and everything just happened so fast. But as the crab now crashed down onto the shore, OChra was finding that that growing rage wasn't fading away. He had tried suppressing it, and he was even trying to vent it all out. But no matter what, the anger that was bubbling within him would not fade away. In fact, it almost seemed to be growing.
He hung in the air, almost trembling as he took a couple of deep breaths, his mind trying to force the anger down and back into the darkest recesses of his brain, hoping that it would eventually just fade away into nothing. As he looked down at the broken crab, he was almost surprised by the sheer brutality he had unleashed upon it.