Powerlevel:143,000 Their was a blizzard up north and Yanwang had stumbled into it without expecting it in the slightest. Yanwang was strong sure but the cold was too much for the little ogre. So he decided to hang out with the people up in Jingle Village. They were nice enough to let him stay. Plus he was with the little kids. Sure he was way stronger but it was nice to be among his crowd sometimes. "So there I was face to face with a yeti." One of the kids said as Yanwang blinked. They were suppose to be telling scary stories but these were not all that bad. One of the kids interrupted his friend, "We heard that story all the time we need a really scary one." The kids looked at each other before a third asked Yanwang. "So Mr.Yanwang do you have any scary stories?" Yanwang got up. "Yah I got a ton I'll tell you in...." They all heard loud rumblings outside. "Let me go check whats going on first." Yanwang turned as the kids looked at him confused. He had not told them how he was the strongest in the universe, they would laugh at him for that. Yet, if their was trouble he had to make sure it didn't hurt the village.
Post by Abaddanna on Sept 21, 2019 16:22:38 GMT -6
Base PL: 8,600 | Thread PL: 17,200 | Transformations active: Demonic Will
Abaddanna really hated liars. And clearly, she'd found one. How could Yanwang, with a mere power rivaling that of the heavens, possess more butt-kicking capability than the champion of butt-kicking herself, Abaddanna?
Either way, it was extremely chilly here and the demon...actually liked it quite a lot. This surprised Abaddanna a fair bit, considering the fact that she was rather fond of the never-ending oven that was the demon realm. With this place being the exact opposite of it, the superheroine's mind temporarily drifted towards thinking of the worst place in the world to be in-Hell itself, or more specifically, the grand tower that she lived in as a youngling.
What was it even like? Abaddanna was pretty consistent in saying that "I remember everythin' that I needed to remember!", however-this wasn't exactly true. The demon remembered everything in that place, whether she had wanted to or not. Granted, "Gotta take th' good, th' bad, 'n' th' inextricably AWESOME!" was another motto of hers, but there happened to be quite a lot of days where forgetting that you got banished from an entire plane of reality would be nice. But if she couldn't forget, then she could distract herself. And there were several children to be found on this mountain-when was the last time she'd even interacted with them-and this can't be such a bad time!
"Wasn't expectin' this today, but I take what I can get!"
Her thoughts started racing a little bit. Holy crap, is that an ogre? Haven't seen these guys in like a hundred years! Granted, most of those suckers spend most of their time in the friggin' Home for Infinite Losers. Must be hard takin' care of so many goons all day, everyday. Though I gotta say, this guy doesn't seem so bad. Even talkin' to the children! Jackie would tell meh to 'Stay vigilant; it might be a trap, an inviting scenario to capture you!" Honestly, I dunno whose bored enough to try lookin' for me trouble. Maybe's he taken a paid vacation to visit the Spectacular Demon Realm?
Outwardly, the demon was gazing at the stumpy looking demon in slight disbelief for a second before recomposing herself and preparing for quite the heroic greeting. With little effort, the demon performed quite the fantastic and long backflip over several mounds of snow, clearing the children and Yanwang below her like a newly-made paper-plane, before touching down a few meters away from the children with a deep, thundering thump. Abaddanna struck a powerful pose, hips tilted forward, legs spread apart, arms casually wrapped around her back. To the demon, it seemed to be little of a pose-moreso just a part of her, which it was in retrospect.
"Yo, ogre dude! Ya wanna tell me why you're borin' these poor little fellows ta death? No offense, though, ya story's totally interestin' 'n' stuff, just...not to this specific audience. Ya feel me?" The demon had a surprising amount of sincerity in her voice, as opposed to the usual sarcastic tones present in phrases like thing. One of the children around her couldn't help but snicker, causing Abaddana to spontaneously pat them on the head.
Yanwang looked outside as someone new had arrived. Yanwang was really unsure who they were but they seemed nice enough. Whoever they were Yanwang didn't think they were the trouble-making type. The person explained that she had a story that she could tell to scare the pants off of these kids. Yanwang rubbed his chin in deep thought to try to decide if she should let her do that. On the one hand, it could be really funny. On the other hand, this could also be bad news. If some random person came around and really scared the kids it would be his fault. Yanwang smiled, the faces the kids would make as they got scared would totally be worth it. Yanwang walked over and floated up to whisper to Abaddanna."Ok, but keep it like kind of tame." He'd whispered. "Scary enough to get these kids scared but not to make them have nightmares and stuff. Or i'll beat you up." Yanwang chuckled.
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