From the insanity that was the North, Zriracha needed to find some sort of respite from the chaos – as ironic as that was to say. From the cold of the north, she found herself a nicer, better mountain to take refuge in. The southern tropics offered a rocky, forest filled mountain that as Zriracha passed over them in flight – she felt the curve of a smile come to her face. The next natural course of action was to make camp and enjoy what modicum of peace the ranges offered. She was well into creating a shelter of large logs, not quite a log cabin, but large enough that she could relax without the worry of rain bothering her, when the sound of wild-life caught her attention.
And then there was hunger.
She’d found the mountain well into the evening so by the time morning had broken, she’d had to hunt and create a campfire. So far, the rugged life was treating her well.
That was… until machines had to come a ruin it. It happened just as dawn broke – a cacophony of loud rumbles and eardrum-shattering racket. She flew into the sky high above the trees to see that her little piece of relaxation would be short lived; interrupted by a proverbial FLEET of deforesting machines no doubt led by humans that were paid by some organization. With a disgusted scoff, Zriracha raised her hand above her with the intent to raze every single human (and their machines) to cinders.
Typha walked around with Yudi the two of them enjoying the sights of Mt.Pazou. It was a nice place to collect one's thoughts and be closer to peace at least in Typha's mind. That was just one good reason to be here as he had a lot to think about after coming back to life. As he was about to come upon something the noises of the machines interrupted him. Yudi turned to look to see what was going on before grunting. "Dang humans cutting down the tree's don't you mortals wanna preserve what you got before you lose it." Typha looked at Yudi. "My home planet is sand there is not much like this around there. Though I think we got a bigger concern." Typha could sense a strong power in the air and it was not getting any lower.
Typha flew up to face whoever was getting ready to blast all the humans and Yudi followed behind. Typha arrived the wind blowing into his hair his robotic eye flexing as it scanned Zriracha power. Sure he could sense Ki but Scouters gave a more accurate figure in his mind. Her power clocked out at <44,000> she was clearly more than able to destroy all these people but Typha would not allow that. Typha raised his left hand holding it in front of himself and looked at Zriacha. "I am Typha of Konats. I can see that your anger with these people for destroying the forest. I can agree they need to stop but you can't just blow them up. How about instead you try to talk to them peacefully." Typha suggested as he looked towards her waiting for a reponse. Yudi nodded in agreement to Typha's word tho his hand rested near his Katana just in case battle came.
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Well, if there was anywhere that he would rather isolate himself in, the forests didn't seem that bad. No harsh weather, plenty of wildlife. The place seemed, well, quite peaceful. And there was a fair bit of game to hunt as well if he got hungry. It was good to get out of his cave on Mt Frappa and explore a little bit. He did make sure that he kept clear of settlements. The less interaction he had with people, the better. No sense in tempting fate.
It had been a peaceful day so far. That was, until the rumbling of machinery caught his attention. A deforestation operation. Ochra let out a small sigh. He wasn't so much annoyed at them clearing the forest, as he was more annoyed they were there in general. He had been hoping to keep away from people, and it seemed like every single time he tried to be alone, someone would turn up. He swore the fates were just taunting him now.
But that wouldn't be all. His eyes turned skyward as he sensed another power flare up. It was much weaker than his own, but it was certainly more than enough to deal some damage to the crew below. Just as Ochra moved through the trees, he sensed another, much more powerful energy coming along. He could see them clearly now. A male konatsian, and a woman whom Ochra could see was a demon. The sight of the Konatsian sent a small wave of anger through him, remembering the Konatsian woman who had taken his leg. No, this wasn't the same. He needed to keep calm. Keeping himself hidden among the branches, he watched the pair quietly.
Just as she was about to summon the spell to ignite her hand in black flames, two newcomers would approach her in the air, surprising Zriracha with their spontaneous appearance. She took in their forms, a small boy with yellow hair in a warrior’s armor she couldn’t identify and the one whom spoke to her, a mohawked male whom introduced himself as ‘Typha’. She narrowed her eyes but relented, lowering her hand but raising the other to cross her arms. She acknowledged his bravery in approaching her, “While I doubt your approach to these mortals will prove fruitful, I will begrudgingly accept that I was a tad hasty.” She glanced at the boy, a twitch of a grin on her lips as she could see he was prepared to battle her. It is a tempting offer…
She placed a hand over her chest and gave a small bow in the air, introducing herself, “I am known as Zriracha of Chakkapak. To answer your question completely: No, I will not ‘ask nicely’ for these Humans to leave. However, I can offer a more amicable deterrent to their approach.” To elaborate, she would look back at the humans on the ground and raised a hand.
Down below, the machines that rolled over the already broken trees would stop – suddenly halted by some force. It wasn’t Zriracha or any magic she could inflict on their machines; No, it would be the rather large ephemeral bear-like creature that had appeared from the air that gave them pause. The figure would stare, warping the air around, before giving a loud and terrifying roar that would echo across through the trees. The humans inside would flee from the danger they perceived, likely to later call in back up to either continue… or retrieve their equipment.
She grinned, looking back at Typha with a gesture as if to say, ‘there you have it’, before she spoke. “Does this please you?” Typha
Typha nodded as Zriracha seemed willing to not destroy them. Typha sat floating in the air as she explained how she'd not do it nicely. Typha could stop her but he'd wait for her to do what she thought would be ok. Typha stared as she created a creature from thin air at least he assumed she created it. How else would it appear from nowhere? Typha had to admit that was a pretty good use of magic. She scared most of them off with that but still, it didn't really solve the problem. "Well that works but they will be back. I would have asked them why they were cutting the woods. Then maybe do that trick to do the man doing the operation." Typha grinned. "Or talk to him and convince him to stop. I suppose though it does not matter now since they ran off." Typha turned looking into the bushes.
Typha had sensed a power for a while but had not been getting a good read on it up untill now. He had assumed it was a work that he couldn't see but this one's power was too high. It was nearly as strong as his own. Why was someone so strong sitting around waiting? Typha could not be sure but he decided it'd be best to introduce himself to the man. "Hello, down there I can sense your ki no need to be hiding join us in the sky," Typha yelled down waving him to join them. Yudi looked confused rubbing his head. "I don't see anyone Typha. You sure you're doing ok?" Yudi looked at Zriracha hoping for some confirmation that Typha may have gone crazy.
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Ochra was ready to step in if anyone had the intention to try and attack the workers below. Sure, deforestation wasn't the best thing, but that didn't justify mass murder or anything of the sort. Fortunately, that didn't seem to be the case, the illusion of a bear was used to scare the men off. Well, it did beat simply killing them. At least hear, Ochra didn't have to step in and fight anyone. He was not in the mood to do so.
He was about to turn and walk away when a voice called down to him. Dammit, he had been spotted, or sensed. Ochra really needed to learn how to suppress his power. Well, in this case, he had come to them, instead of it being the other way round. And they didn't seem to be hostile, so why not? Slowly, Ochra began to lift up from the trees, letting the three of them get a good look at him. The one legged saiyan crossed his arms, eyes looking over the three of them. "I couldn't help but sense you all gathering here. Gotta say, a little relieved you didn't resort to killing those men."
In spite of her pacifist use of magic, Zriracha wondered if this warrior was actually satisfied. She could have killed them all and it would not have mattered much to her, but the pull of wisdom encouraged her to not risk a needless battle with unknowns. Still, that did not mean that she would stifle her tongue. To his begrudging acceptance, Zriracha would laugh coldly, “Of course it does not matter now. It won't matter at all once I have departed,” Even if she really didn't want to. Perhaps she could depart a more 'permanent' lesson upon them should they return in force.
Whatever she would choose to do, it would seem that Typha was not the only audience she had to worry about. Called from the ground below, another would approach, eliciting a sigh from the Demon as they also expressed their relief at her passive decision. “Really? While I am not typically in the habit of killing mortals, you've got to admit that the destruction of this planet is no less a heinous crime. But fine,” She threw up her hands in surrender, “It is the Earth that will be the true judge of whom dies by its hand. Now...” She crossed her arms and looked between the three, “Besides your timely interruption, to what do I owe the pleasure of your visit?” Her fanged grin showed as much amusement as she held annoyance, “Surely, you had another reason to approach besides my potential defeat?”
Typha looked up at Orcha came towards them. Yudi looked shocked to see someone appear out of nowhere. "Huh, that is odd." Yudi rubbed his head. Guess he needed to learn how to sense energy like Typha could. Typha bowed his head as Orcha explain why he was here. "That makes sense. Ki Senses is what I brought myself here in the first place." Thought the concern of the trees was a secondary cause. Typha nodded as Zriracha made the point that the destruction of the planet was a crime and she did seem to want to let them go. "Well I am not in the place to decide if they are doing or bad but they are just workers. They do what their bosses tell them to do. So they're innocent of wanting to destroy the forests. It, not the one who strikes the blow that is dangerous but the one who wants to strike. Then Zriracha asked if they had another reason to be here, "Well at first I came to see what you were doing. I sensed your power and I was curious to see what you were doing. As for why I am here now I guess we will find out." Typha smiled.
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