Post by General Kraktus on Feb 26, 2020 0:05:05 GMT -6
Kraktus was bored. He had been waiting for something to go on but it seemed he had missed everything of great importance. Kraktus had not been able to join on the fight on Earth nor on whatever had caused him to lose contact with the stargoons. So Kraktus needed something to do. He was going to look for Assassins but he had to also find something else to do. He’d probably not find anyone to really use him. So he began to explore to look for the most vile being he could find. So far he has not found much. He had arrived at Mt. Pazou to look for a person. It was a place of peace but he bet there were villains who would come here to cause harm for those seeking peace. Kraktus would be devastating the area himself but he knew someone strong would come to stop him. Some hero is just waiting in the shadows to bring him some annoyance. Kraktus didn’t have the time nor the ability to risk such an encounter. One wrong move and he could jeopardize all he was planning. He had built himself up to be a great villain and that meant he’d had to always be on his guard.
While it was pretty typical of the Demon to reflect back at their current base of operations, Athel decided to take their reflecting elsewhere for the day, figuring that a change of scenery might’ve been exactly what they needed in order to clear their mind of unwanted distractions. While Mount Paouzu wasn’t exactly a frequent destination of theirs, from the short time they had spent in the area, it was actually pretty relaxing. The only beings that ever seemed to roam about the place were animals and maybe some extremely low-level bandits. And for that reason, they decided on heading on over there to relax and whatnot.
They floated overhead at a slow pace, seemingly in search of the perfect spot to go about doing the task at hand. Should they do it atop a mountain? No, the wind could end up being annoying. What about at the base of a waterfall? The constant thundering of the water as it fell would’ve gotten tiring after some time, so that was a definite no as well. A low hum left the outlander as they eventually started to descend to the Earth’s surface with no idea as to where they should relax. Going back to Satan City was certainly always an option, but returning back so soon would’ve meant that Athel wasted a fair bit of time out here.
“Ah!” They let out to themselves as an odd looking figure began to come into view. While they weren’t entirely out here to mess with anyone, perhaps another person could’ve actually helped out just a tad. Maybe this stranger knew of a good spot to relax or something of that sort. And if all else ended up failing, perhaps they might end up being a nice little way to pass the time. Either way, they were slowly approached from behind. And the closer they got, the more evident it became that this individual was not from Earth. A brow was arched slowly, wishing they had some sort of power reading device right about now. Oh well, they hadn’t come out here looking for a fight so everything should’ve gone just fine. The lack of a grandiose entrance should've made them come off as a little more friendly, too.
“Greetings, traveler.” Athel said to make themselves known, had the other not had a way of detecting them. As per usual, the outlander had a rather large, creepy grin on their face. Though they were fairly close to touching the Earth’s surface, their feet were roughly a foot off the ground. Hovering instead of actually touching the ground and whatnot proved to be a great way to save on the cost of doing laundry. “Sorry to bother you, but it would appear that you are the first individual I have come across while out here. From the way it appears, you do not seem to be of this place either, though you still might be able to help me with a thing or two, yes.” A slight nod followed before they continued, pitch black eyes resting on the squid man. “Would you happen to know of a nice, quiet resting spot out here? Resting back home would have been optimal, but changing things up a bit can always make things a little more.. interesting, yes.”
Post by General Kraktus on Feb 26, 2020 20:15:36 GMT -6
Kraktus walked around and then a voice called out to him. Kraktus looked up at Athel as she seemed to be being nice enough. Kraktus frowned, he was hoping to find someone vile but instead he found this girl. Even worse she wanted some help. That got his blood fuming a bit, he really didn't want to help this girl but he also had nothing to do. He was either going to kill her or talk to her. That meant he had to help her since he was pretty sure if he didn't help her she would just leave. "You want to know where somewhere to rest? Haha, that is quite a joke. You came up to this place to get ready to rest? I'd think someone would come to this place to see the world or cause trouble. Though to be honest I have no idea of a nice spot here. I do not come here often. I just decided to come here because I was looking for trouble or for something fun to do. So let me ask you are you the type to chat or the type to fight." Kraktus grinned, either way, he was hopefully going to have a good time.
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Much to their dismay, it didn’t seem as though this individual was going to be of much help when it came to trying to search for a good resting spot. It was a little disheartening, but it was clear enough that the squid man wasn’t exactly native to this planet so they really weren’t expecting to get good information out of them. A slight sigh left the Demon after a moment. “I see.. that is quite disappointing..” The mumbled, eyes beginning to scan around the area some more in case a place of note was nearby. Alas, there only seemed to be trees and animals nearby. They shrug their shoulders after scanning the area.
Changing locations was a viable option, but they were sure that there had to at least be some secret resting place around here. They’d seen enough of the world to know that, most of the time at least, things were either too noisy, too cold or way too hot. Even if it was rather warm out here today, Athel was more than capable of handling it until their reflection was complete. A rather, strange question was directed at the Demon, causing them to raise their brow just a tad in response. They hummed in thought. “Fighting or talking? Do you often ask that to strangers you happen to bump into? That’s.. a very odd thing to shoot at somebody you only just met, is it not?”
The outlander looked down at themselves, continuing to hum. Their arms, even though they were completely covered by their sleeves, were rather thin to the point that one would have to question if there was much muscle on the bones in the first place. They were stronger than the average person that wandered around the Earth on their own, but by how much? Earth’s defenders were apparently pretty tough, so the Demon probably couldn’t even compare. But seeing as they had yet to see one of the supposed defenders, they couldn’t really tell. Another shrug was given to Kraktus, Athel continuing to hover in place with their arms crossed.
“I suppose talking would be the better path for me at this point, yes. Fighting is, at the moment at least, something that would be best to avoid- Ah, but don’t think I lack any sort of martial prowess.” A slight nod was given alongside Athel’s words, not wanting him to think of the outlander as some weak human. “If you paired me against any human, they could be crushed rather easily. But if you were to put me up against, mm.. some of the tougher individuals from my home, there is no doubt in my mind that I would be the one being crushed, yes.”
A handful of Demons in the Demon Realm were likely weaker than Athel- but there were tales of Demons in higher positions that held the power to wipe out whole colonies of Demons. Hopefully they never had to run into one of those guys. Eyes landed back on the squid man. “What about you, stranger? Since you posed the question, I assume you prefer fighting- but I have been wrong before, so..”
Post by General Kraktus on Feb 28, 2020 15:12:43 GMT -6
Athel seemed to not be that happy to be told that he could not help her. Even worse for her, she didn't seem keen to hear about her options. She even asked if that was what he always did. Kraktus shrugged. "Of course why shouldn't I. I like to be an Enigma in my approaches to life and I like to hear what people say or watching them scream in agony as I crush them," Kraktus said grinning at Athel. He'd quickly check his scouter, he wanted to see how strong she was. Kraktus got a reading that indicated she was a bit stronger then she let on. Her powerlevel was above <60,000>. Impressive but nothing compared to his own. Still, for someone that seemed to be walking around and seemed so helpless at first glance she was not.
Athel seemed to choose of talking but not to underestimate her because she was a skilled fighter he nodded. "Yes of course. I used this device here to detect your powerlevel." Kraktus pointed out the red scouter that was on his face. "This is a scouter just so if you don't know." He was pretty sure she knew but it was always fun to annoy someone by telling them something they already knew. "But for reference, your battle level is around 64,000. I am currently standing at 162,000. So not fighting was a wise choice. I'd of crushing you. Plus this is not even my full power." He was sure Athel was holding back as well but he'd never know. Sometimes people liked to be fooled and flaunt their true strength without regard. Then Athel asked if he perfed fighting or talking which got a small laugh out of him. "To be honest I enjoy talking much more. Fighting brings me great pleasure but a good conversation cannot be beaten. Hearing how one processes the world is an enjoyable time." Plus crushing someone's thoughts with his own words was always a sight to behold.
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Watching people scream in agony? Was this individual a Demon of some sort? One of Athel’s hands came up to rub their chin just a tad, thinking on that question for a moment. Their eyes scanned the squid-man’s features for a while. “You act like a Demon- but from what I can tell, at least.. you are not one.- Then again, our kind do vary in appearance quite a bit.A light hum left the outlander after that bit of thinking aloud, not minding the fact that the man was playing with some sort of device that rested just over his eye. Being pretty unfamiliar with the latest technology wasn’t something that the Demon bothered with doing. Anything that these machines could do, people could do on their own, anyway- machines just made things easier.
“A scouter, you say? Devices that measure one’s power could be useful to some, I suppose- but why not just learn to sense the energies that others give off?” They asked, somewhat curious as to what the answer might be. “But, ah.. a power reading of sixty-four thousand is far from terrible, I think.- Though, if the numbers are indeed true, then there are clearly much stronger individuals out here which could make things a little.. tough in the future.” While they were indeed hiding their full power, the outlander wasn’t stupid enough to make such a thing known- especially not to somebody that was more than double their own power and could more than likely wipe them out with a sneeze. “And if those numbers are true, then.. I am quite glad that fighting is not something I enjoy all too much.”
“Oh! I was wrong, dang it!” They said, snapping their fingers some. “You certainly do not seem to be the talkative type, but looks can be deceiving, I suppose. I assume you have seen and been in your fair share of tough battles though, given your apparent level of strength.- Or would I happen to be wrong about this, as well?” Athel asks with a raise brow, grin still on their face. Slowly, they begin to float around in a circle around the squid-man while talking and listening to him speak. They didn’t really give Kraktus a whole lot of time to respond to that last question before shooting another one straight at him while they floated around the area. “Tell me, my friend, why exactly do you find fights to be pleasurable? Do you just enjoy making others feel weak? Or are you like those barbaric Saiyans who fight for fun?”
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Post by General Kraktus on Feb 29, 2020 20:14:50 GMT -6
“Oh please, I am not a demon. They are a bunch of hacks. I am the greatest evil across the universe.” Kraktus thought of Sensoa, he was an example of the problems of Demons. They were evil for sure but they just pretended they were some great evil. Most of them were frauds and just insane. Kraktus shook his head as Athel made note that while the device was useful why not learn to sense ki instead, "Because they are ways to block out Ki sensing and it is much harder to block a scouter detection even if it the data is less reliable. When she made note of the numbers Kraktus shrugged. "64,000 is not bad at the base. I've seen people whose powers reach over 1,000,000. So you have a long way to go to be a top-level fighter but your certainly stronger than about 99 percent of the people in the universe. To conclude you're in the top 0.00001 percent but outside the top 0.0000001 percent that makes up those who actually shape this universe."
Kraktus crossed his arms as Athel seemed to have been convinced he was the killing type. "Yes, and you don't look like the smart type but I don't judge you do I?" Of course, he judged her for not being all that smart. Then again he was just assuming that most people were quite stupid. Only a few were even worth the mention and only one was his equal in Queen Kayen. As for her question about the battle he grinned. "Yes, I have been defeated three times and won another battle as well." When he thought about in battle to the death he was like 2-3. Then again one of those he ran and one of his victory was the fiasco that was the large camp incident. Still, him being alive despite three near-death experiences showed his skill. "As for what I enjoy about fighting. I enjoy breaking some will with words and fists. I like to see the desperation and the true character of someone when they are brought to the brick. Win or lose, the pleasure of breaking someone will remain the most potent." Kraktus laughed.
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A brow was raised at the mention of Demon’s being hacks. They were never one to get particularly offended over people saying such things, but it definitely was somewhat interesting to hear from this person. If somebody of their caliber was saying something like that, their wasn’t much they could do in the way of changing the way they viewed things. If the numbers were true, then Athel would have to take some pretty extreme measures to even have somewhat of a chance of beating the squid man in a fight. It mattered very little though, since a fight seemed pretty unlikely to break out at this very moment. “The greatest, huh? I will.. keep that in my head, I suppose, even if that is more than likely untrue.”
“Over One-Million? That is a rather high number, but numbers are not everything when it comes to a fight. One must have an appropriate level of skill to back up their supposed power reading, otherwise they are nothing more than numbers. But yes, it would indeed appear that I have quite a while before I am up to par with the rest of the stronger beings in the universe. How unfortunate.” Athel said, pretending to wipe away a tear that wasn’t actually there. They did understand how a scouter could be useful in certain situations, but they didn’t plan on acquiring one anytime soon. “You have a fair point about your devices, I suppose. Perhaps I will look into getting my hands on one at some point.”
Athel never claimed to be smart or anything, so Kraktus probably wasn’t actually too far off in assuming that the Demon wasn’t very intelligent. They enjoyed filling their head with knowledge, but that was about it. Nothing was seemingly done with all of the information they gathered. The outlander just kind of shrugged their shoulders. A few blinks were done when the man spoke of his current lose to win ratio. “Three loses? Then.. perhaps it is best that you stick to talking over fighting, yes.- But even so, if you enjoy beating others and getting beaten yourself, then stick to what you enjoy.” They nod their head a few times.
“I, on the other hand, am going to continue sticking to conversing for now. One day I shall work on gaining more strength, but.. not now.” Athel says. They didn’t particularly enjoy training, especially when they could go around and mess with the people of Earth. “Ah- by the way, I know you told me of your reason for venturing out here in particular, but.. why exactly are you here on Earth? I think it is safe to assume you are not an Earthling, so why not be out there with your own people? Or doing.. whatever it is your people do, aside from beating each other up?”
Post by General Kraktus on Mar 1, 2020 17:25:04 GMT -6
"Yes, I am the Chess master. That is why I am the most powerful villain. I keep moving people like pieces." Kraktus shook his head. Of course, others would compete for the spot like Mumbo, Maple, and Sensoa but they were all people under him. Kayen could also compete but she didn't release her true potential. She could have been the greatest villain the universe ever saw but she cared to not cause trouble for Athel. Athel seemed surprised that his powerlevel was over one million but she also made the point that in a fight power didn't just matter. Kraktus clapped. "Very good your smarter then I thought. Skill is quite important but what is most important is intelligence. Of course though if we fought even if you were smarter and more skilled in pure brute force I'd crush you regardless." Of course, he was more skilled and intelligent than her or anyone else for that matter he had just decided to give her an example.
Of course, when he mentioned he had three loses she made the point to tell him he should consider talking rather than fighting. He'd snorted loudly then eyed her. "Carefully now. You don't want to make me beat you down. "I've lost many more times than three. But I've also won thousands of times more. Defeat is not something anyone should be ashamed of. Anyone who claims they cannot be defeated or never have been defeated are clearly either full of shit or always fight those who pose no threat to him. Hell, even the gods know defeat." Kraktus mused. Of course, if she was going to hold it over his head he might need to crack her head open. That could be very cathartic. Plus even if he did lose a lot he did enjoy the times he did win. And if he won in the end then it didn't matter. After all, he just needed the war. The battles didn't mean much in comparison.
Athel did make the point to move onto other venues of conversation rather than poking the hornet's nest. Wise move on her part and she even had a fun question to ask is what was he doing on Earth. Kraktus shrugged. "Well before I was here I was head of the WTF armies as their general. Anyway, that organization fell through since everyone seemed to think they knew what to do and they should lead. I was the only one that had the talent to run it but you know no one listens to me. Anyway, after that mess I came here and decided to keep pursuing my plans figuring out my next step considering my last plan was foiled by the incompetence of moral folk." Kraktus mused. If only Aizu and everyone else had not been brainless. Kraktus was the only one with the tactical mind to crush the Saiyan Kingdom while they all sat on there hands and postured before there people. There was a reason they were all dead and he was still alive. Because he was not stupid like they were.
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“Chess master?” The Demon repeated with an arched brow. It seemed as though this squid was quite full of himself- but if his power really was capable of reaching one million, then perhaps it was only fair that he was. Athel had yet to come into contact with anyone with high power like that until now, and if there were others around similar strength, they really had no way of telling. Investing in a scouter or learning how to sense energy would undoubtedly prove useful at some point in the future. Either way, didn’t linger on the thought for too long. “Perhaps you would crush me- but would there truly be much of a point in doing so? I am of no threat to you if there truly is such a large gap in our power. In the end, you would more than likely just end up wasting your own time trying to defeat me.”
The floating in circles continued for the time being, one of the Demon’s pale hands coming up to slowly rub at their chin, listening to the man speak. “No- you are right. Nobody should be ashamed of losing.” Athel said with a slight nod. “When you lose, you can learn from your failures and manage to fix them so when you face similar situations, you can figure out how to avoid losing again. But even so, winning is still what most people care about in the end. Having a million wins and then losing would be quite the blow to one’s pride, would it not?” They posed, continuing to rub their chin.
The World Trade Fleet was brought up in response to why the squid-man was here on Earth, invoking the Demon to cease the circling for now. They had heard of the organization before, but meeting with someone from said group was a first. From what they had known at least, the group had pretty much been abandoned at this point in time- or at least, nothing was heard of them recently, anyways. “If you really are as strong as you say you are, then I have no doubts that you would indeed be one of the leading individuals in that group.” Athel says, nodding just a tad. “It is quite odd that the group fell into pieces, though. It had been around for quite a long time, had it not? What happened to the group's leader before it fell apart? Or was it governed by multiple people and led that way?” The Demon asked, figuring this was probably going to be one of the few times they’d actually get to learn about the seemingly inactive group for quite a while.
“As for your plans.. have you actually managed to figure out what your next step is?” Athel asked with a raised brow. “If you truly believe that you would be a good leader, then why not try to regroup with some of the individuals from the World Trade Fleet and begin doing.. whatever it is you lot did before? Or are you just trying to relax for right now whilst you ponder on things?”
Post by General Kraktus on Mar 7, 2020 11:12:00 GMT -6
Kraktus nodded as she repeated his words on being a chess Master. "Yes, I move the pieces. I have been moving the piece to my favorites for years. I am not the type to just rush in without a plan. I like to plan all my moves out carefully." Other than that one time on Arosce. That was his great failure thus far. He let his lust for battle get in the way of rational thought. He should of just let Aizu die instead of risking his own on betraying him. Still, it was worth it to watch him die. Even if his death was not very interesting. "But yes your right crushing you would not be worth my time. I'd rather collect allies." If he attacked everyone he meets he'd find that a fast way to end up with no allies. Considering he was already barely able to keep up in that front he could not waste resources for potential enjoyment.
Kraktus shook his head in agreement as Athel seemed to be aware that losing was not a bad thing since you could learn from them. He certainly had, he had become much stronger from his failures. The shame of having his tendrils cut seared into him an undaunting strength and a focus to achieve his goals. Still, she did have the point that would hurt his pride. That it did but he could endure it. No one would remember his defeat in the end anyway. Once he crushed them all beneath his feet of course. Then she asked what happened to the fleet which he shrugged. "It was lead by a council of nobles who are foolish. The real power was with the director. Our first director was a fool, our second was strong and after that, I wanted to lead but another fool wanted to control the fleet. Long story short I burned it all to the ground along with him." Kraktus didn't wanna think much on Aizu so he left it at that.
Kraktus shook his head when Athel asked if he figured out his next step. "They are so many factors that while I have plans I can't say they will be what I do." Of course, he'd not tell her what he was planning but he still waiting to see where the stargoons were. He needed them for all his plans so until he figured out what happened to them he could not do much. He was hoping they were still on his side. "As for regrouping them most of them went off into deep space and were weak. I don't plan to recruit a ton of weakling and rebuild the same pitiful organization." Plus many of them were on Aizu's side of there feud. So he doubts most of them wanted to work with him. They might need some convincing.
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Athel understood what the purple man meant by chess master, but it still seemed a little odd to them. Either way, they opted not to think too much on that bit for the time being. After all, chess was a pretty boring game and the Demon had absolutely no idea how it worked other than moving pieces around a board. A hand came up, the outlander rubbing their chin some as they once again began to float around in circles for no apparent reason. “Allies, huh? And how many of these allies have you gathered thus far, Squid-Man?” They questioned, curious as to how much people had actually opted to follow behind Kraktus. A few blinks were done not long after their question, another one being presented not long after. “.. I do not think I asked for your name once during this encounter. Would you mind telling me it?” Knowing names was kind of important, after all. Otherwise, Athel was just going to keep calling him squid-man.
Learning more about the World Trade Fleet was rather nice, especially when the information came directly from someone that was supposedly a high ranking member within the organization. This was probably a once in a lifetime opportunity! Though Athel didn’t have any particular interest in the group, history was always something they enjoyed in a way. Learning from the mistakes of others helped make sure you didn’t make any similar mistakes, after all. “A council.. interesting, though I can certainly understand why a group as prevalent as the World Trade Fleet would be governed by one instead of one single individual. Is it safe to assume most of, if not all, of said council members and the directors were Arcosians?” Athel asked, eyes wandering around some while they floated around. “If so, had the individual who wanted to rule been an Arcosian, then I can certainly see why they would want to rule instead of you. Letting a system be ran by an outsider after it had been ran by a single race for so long would be odd.” They said with a nod. “It would be like.. like a Saiyan being the president of Earth! Truly something that could be considered odd.”
“I think it is safe to assume that if you wanted to, that you could do whatever you pleased. Though.. if any of your plans involve destroying planets, I request that you hold off for a little while- at least until I have a chance to visit some of them. I hear Namek is a nice place to visit around this time of year, so I intend on visiting that lovely place sooner or later.” Athel said, nodding. They were seemingly completely unaware that said planet may have been nothing more than space dust soon enough. “And yes, refraining from making similar mistakes to the previous World Trade Fleet would be unwise, so gathering the right individuals would be best for the job. And in that, I wish you luck, my purple friend. I doubt it will be an easy task to accomplish.”
Post by General Kraktus on Mar 8, 2020 18:01:44 GMT -6
Kraktus frowned when she asked how many allies he had gathered. "The number is not important." He didn't want to embarrass him by knowing he had basically none other than the stargoons which he had hired. They were not true allies. It seemed everything he found an ally they either disspeared or they were crazy. Of course, the other thing that seemed to happen was other villains rose trying to take his spot at the type. It was quite annoying but had to endure it. When he had the chance he'd deal with all his enemies. "As for my name, it is Kraktus. I am the former general of the WTF. In my time I was one of its most fierce warriors but upper management didn't recognize that." Kraktus crossed his arms in annoyance.
Kraktus nodded as Athel spoke though he did feel the need to make some corrections."It was more nobles." Kraktus calmly noted. "A council was the word that came to mind but it was a council of them. Real power was held by the director who ran the military. We were supposed to answer to the council but of course, no one did. Why listen to a bunch of fools who think they are immortals or know what is best. They had never seen a battlefield or even clashed fists with a super saiyan. You are correct though it would have been odd for me to rule. But if they did let me rule they of getting what they wanted. They were just foolish to wanted glory for themselves. If one wants glory they should fight for." Kraktus did hold in a laugh as Athel noted that it'd be about as odd as Earth being lead by a saiyan. The jab was quite poetic.
Kraktus snorted when Athel requested that he hold off on destroying planets. "I want to rule the universe not destroy it. I have no interest in blowing away some space rocks. Do as you wish." Of course, that was not true he planned to destroy the universe one day but you don't give your secrets to those who may not be your friends. She did wish him luck finding allies but he only shrugged. "I doubt i'll find any. I might just give it up sometime." He could wait ten years or so. He bet they would lack up by then and he could take the chance then. Though he was unsure if that would work in his favor. Everyone seemed to be getting strong so fast.
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The Demon rubbed their chin for a few moments, a light hum leaving them. Numbers were pretty important to figure out how many allies you had for backup and whatnot should things take a turn for the worse, or so Athel thought. “If you say so.” They said with a shrug, deciding not to linger on that topic for much longer. They did make a mental note of the man’s name, of course. Pairing it with a face wasn’t very hard to do, since there weren’t many of the squid-men wandering around Earth, from what the outlander could tell. “General Kraktus.. got it.” Athel said with a slight nod. “Even though you had not requested it, my name is Athel. As of this very moment, no titles have really stuck to me, unfortunately.”
Athel remained silent as Kraktus went on to explain some more about the World Trade Fleet, which was nice. Having more knowledge about the group that was once very prevalent in the universe was always welcome. “Listening to those who refuse to do anything themselves does seem rather idiotic, so I can see why nobody would listen to those nobles. Following somebody who actually takes charge and leads seems like it would work out much better.” The demon said with a slight nod. “I am not aware of what a Super Saiyan is- but I think it would be safe to assume they’d be somewhat stronger than your average Saiyan in terms of their power reading.” That was probably as close of a guess as they were going to be able to make right now. While the outlander had some general knowledge on the various races that inhabited the Living Realm, not even Athel knew everything about them. “Perhaps one day those nobles will change their minds and let you lead their military force, or something. I think it would certainly be interesting to see how that would play out.”
A sigh of relief was given when told that the planets would be safe from getting destroyed, even if Kraktus held back their true goal from the Demon. Just enough time to venture through space and further their knowledge on the various races was fine with them, anyway. “Ruling the galaxy is far better than destroying it!- Though, you are certainly going to have your work cut out for you. You are probably well aware, but there are countless planets out there. Earth alone has quite the collection of powerful fighters, from what I have been told.” They had still yet to run into one of Earth’s defenders, but they were surely around somewhere. And hopefully Athel would be able to test their mettle against one sooner or later. “But you should not give up! Even if it takes thirty years, as long as you work hard towards a goal, then everything should work out in the end. You yourself might not be able to rule the galaxy, but perhaps your offspring could take over the goal and work on uniting everybody under one rule in your place.” Nod, nod.
Post by General Kraktus on Mar 9, 2020 16:35:01 GMT -6
Kraktus nodded as Athel gave her name and he tipped his head. "It is nice to meet you Athel. Though you are correct I have no idea who you are." She was a new one but that was good she could be molded and changed. Kraktus nodded as Athel seemed to agree with his statements about the nobles. She also asked about the super saiyan in comparison to a normal saiyan making him snort. "Night and day. A Super Saiyan is at least ten times stronger than a normal saiyan. They are the strongest warriors a saiyan can offer." At least for now. Considering how everyone grew he didn't doubt that one day a new form may rise to surpass the old but that was speculation. It would be a long time before they had the answer to such questions. He did have to laugh when she made the point the nobles would maybe one day let you lead, "That is a funny thought? Thankfully, they are all dead. My "partner" killed them all. I just watched kicked back and then killed him. Good times." Kraktus smiled.
Kraktus shook his head, "I don't need to worry about any workloads for taking any planets. I am already setting the seeds for destruction." He was thinking of the Saiyan Kingdom. Eventually, those two superpowers would fight and he'd pick up the ashes. It may take years but he was willing to wait. As long as it happened and he was able to turn it to his advantage. Kraktus smiled as Athel noted he should not give up. "Well your a good sport but I assume you are a demon? You will live a lot longer then I do. My species lives at best for one hundred years. I ain't immortal." Of course, he would find a way to go around that issue so he could get his goals done but that was not for now. "I suppose a thirty-year timetable is quite doable though. I should be able to live for at least that long."
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