Noise Complaints (Closed) Jul 15, 2019 16:11:52 GMT -6
Post by Casca on Jul 15, 2019 16:11:52 GMT -6
Osmosis of the Mind
The Saiyan needed to climb less than ten meters but something inside told her it wasn’t necessary. Holding onto the rock face with one hand and two feet, Casca licked a finger on her free hand and aimed it into the wind. If her calculations were correct, the longitude and latitude were sound, and with no one around to her scream. “Cowabunga,” she cheerfully yelled before dismounting from the waterfall she climbed. Falling backwards, the Saiyan looked to right her body to perform the most perfect, the most amazing cannonball anyone had ever seen.
Impacting the water at the exact scientific angle to produce the biggest wave, Casca held her knees to her chest as she went several meters under. The crater left by displacing the surrounding water followed the Saiyan into the deep before backfilling on itself. Gaining momentum as the water crescendo-ed, it erupted like a geyser into the warm southern hemisphere air bringing with it a solid enough wake. Surfacing to see the water as flat as when she first started, the Saiyan was unsatisfied with what the judges thought. “All zeros,” she joked as she swam back to shore, “really. Couldn’t get a one or two for trying?”
No, she couldn’t, Casca thought as she rebounded out of the water to stand on the shore. Needing to find new heights to climb, she zeroed in on a part of the waterfall she had not explored. Flying to the summit of the waterfall, the Saiyan touched down near its edge as she watched the water walk the plank. “Guys got room for one more,” she asked as she walked back several feet from the edge.
Casca disguised her voice to make it sound like the man who told her about this wonderful spot, “Oh yeah, people flock from all over to swim here.” The Saiyan looked to her left, saw no one. Looked to her right, more of the same. “People like to take the kids there because there’s always something goin’ on.” She had to disagree.
Taking the return of her echo as an indicator she was alone, Casca let the water really have it. “Ready or not,” she chanted to herself as she turned back and started to increase her momentum. Racing to the edge, the Saiyan planted one foot on the edge before turning on the Ki. Kicking in the air until she cleared the distance, the Saiyan pulled her knees once again to her chest before finishing her comments form before, “Here I come!”
As a fiery mess, the young woman moved through the air as she made her way to the water. Falling beyond terminal velocity, the Saiyan crashed into the water with tremendous force, this time leaving a juggernaut of a wave pulsing from her point of origin into the water. If there was anyone around, she hoped they didn’t get wet! Or did she?