The Gravity of Training in Space (Chromo and Belle) Sept 15, 2019 15:55:59 GMT -6
Post by Tarch on Sept 15, 2019 15:55:59 GMT -6
Tarch PL: 160,000. Effects: Gravity Device x60 and any Malus I have. Word Count: 355
Belle stole this ship from the World Trade Fleet? As wrong as he knew it was to steal, this ship was out of this world! A real bedroom. A bathroom that was way too fancy for its own good. A working kitchen. If this place wasn’t almost completely automated Tarch would have believed Belle was a secret child genius. It was automated, right? He never even asked Belle about that. Come to think of it, how was Belle operating this thing. This would have to be a question for later. For now, there was another room he aimed to make liberal use of. A fully decked out training room. Maybe he could actually hook Yuko up.
As soon as he made his way inside, Tarch pulled out the small disc containing his training program and booted it up. This time however instead of dangling from his waist, the gravity device was slotted perfectly in the training room computer.
“Hello, Tarch!” Yuko began in her usual monotonous but peppy attitude. “Are you ready to… wait a second. This feels different. My systems show I’m actually installed into a fully functioning training room.”
“Yup!” Tarch nodded, “But don’t activate yet! I want to get a couple of my friends in here before I start anything.” Now, normally Tarch would be calling away with his telepathy to see if his friend/siblings wanted to join him. But given Chromo recent and understandable mistrust with Belle and Tarch’s judgment on said saiyan, he wanted to give him some space. So instead he just left a sticky note on the kitchen, because where else would he go, telling him where he was and asking if he wanted to join. Belle, on the other hand, wouldn’t get as much of a choice. After her bizarre surge in power back on Namek, Tarch was curious to see just what she was capable of.
“Hey, kiddo. I’m over in the training room. You should stop in too! Maybe we can play around with your telekinesis or something.” Hopefully, that would be convincing enough without being too forceful.