Are You Afraid of the Dark? Oct 14, 2019 13:56:54 GMT -6
Post by Kiko Kai on Oct 14, 2019 13:56:54 GMT -6
Kiko’s PL: 5,000
Kiko had never made what she considered a mistake. Sure, maybe some plans hadn’t worked out how she thought they might, but that wasn’t a mistake. No, someone as divine as her, someone destined to be the next Supreme Kai, someone like that didn’t make mistakes. That was a mortal thing to do. So very mortal. Kiko didn’t make mistakes. Until now.
Going into that mysterious evil door had been a mistake. A huge one. Almost as soon as she and her disciples had entered, Kiko had felt physically ill. Darkness had surrounded them on all sides as they were led by the light of the weird lamp that Brand held. And then the problems started happening. Basil was the first one to disappear. Bravo, the sweet panicking majin, had been the next. Kiko herself had lost track of Brand even after clinging to his tail. And, once the darkness cleared, Kiko knew exactly where they had gotten themselves. A place her teachers had warned her about. The Demon Realm.
Kiko hated it here. She had arrived alone on some rocky outskirts and had quickly been discovered by hordes of demons that wouldn’t leave her alone. The worst part was that she felt horrid. Like she had thrown up several times already whenever she had managed to get a break. Tears stung her eyes as she sniffled and wandered through the Demon Realm, trying to find her lost disciples. She wiped a trail of drying vomit from her mouth. She really, desperately wanted to go home. But she couldn’t go without her disciples.
Hearing a sound behind her, Kiko froze in terror, slowly craning her head around to look. Yup. More demons. She coughed and choked back a sob as she dashed away. Why couldn’t she find anyone?! It was like all her divine senses were screwed up! As she flew past a creepy looking spire, she spotted a familiar face. It was that demon guy from Vegeta! S-Sensoa! Yeah! Her eyes widened as she made a beeline for him. She didn’t even think that he might not like to see her again. He was a familiar face and that was enough.
Screaming, Kiko slammed into Sensoa’s back and curled up into his plentiful fur. He was some kind of dog demon. She buried herself and hid herself in his fur without permission, shaking with fear and nausea.
“H-Help me!! Please! Seeeensoaaaaa…!”