Queen floated above mount frapp in its serenity that days before was a battle for the planet. She scanned the area carfully reading the signs of what looked more like a small war then the small number of fighters involved in it. Slowly she descended to the battle field examining the battlegrounds more closely. She was looking for lingering energy so it would be possible to trace some of the fighters back to there homes to be approached at a later date about possible recruitment or and aid. Turning her head she could spy several different residual energy types that she cataloged for later Some she recognized as sayians and human while the others she was not sure what they were. After a lengthy examination of the area she concluded that the fighters were outside of her and the EDI league and she needed to report back to the director. She took into the air silently as she debated how much weaker she was compared to the fighters that had fought here. It made her blood or oil boil it felt like as she pictured reaching the heights of power these fighters had. One day she would be strong enough to protect earth and her master from anyone and that was all that mattered to the former sayian.
Heat sat upon a fallen tree trunk. He wasn't a stranger to Mt. Frappe, as he had recently learned to embrace its remote, isolated location. The snow and the constant nipping ice were even a little welcome at this point. Anything to keep the disgusting organics far, far away from his presence. Heat had noticed, however, how it wasn't just the strong winds or a bolt of lightning that had pulled down this tree to the earth. It wasn't even the only tree that had been unceremoniously destroyed. Heat moved his head slowly as his eyes surveyed the field in front of him. Words couldn't very much describe what he had seen, but 'Scorched Earth' seemed appropriate enough. It was like a war had taken place and the smell of fire was still fresh in the air, even with the cold winds carrying it away. Snow had begun to set in, like it was trying to hide the evidence of what had occurred in this here mountain, but the craters and the electric crackling of residual energy seemed to have other plans. Heat sighed.
Likely the doing of mindless organics, trying to show their superiority the only way they knew how: fighting, killing and destroying. He probably would have resorted to the same means, but it's not like he would admit that to himself so quickly. He huffed, a cloud of hot steam shooting out from the small segmented plates of synthetic skin that covered his body. It was hot enough to melt any of the snow that had begun to rest upon him, as he didn't have any problems sitting in the same position for hours at a time. Though, as he did, the trunk of the tree he was sitting upon cracked, and broke apart. It seems like whatever attack had torn it from the earth in the first place had completely hollowed out its insides, and the android that was sitting so peacefully atop of it now rested with his back sunken into the snow, though, that's when he noticed it.
Staring into the sky, he could see a humanoid figure whizz by in the air, flying away from the scene of the destruction he had been quietly witnessing. Heat didn't ruminate and ponder upon the meaning of their hasty departure for long, and simply assumed they were the cause, at least partially, for the scene he had just been quietly observing. The android didn't even bother to get off of the snow and clean himself off, and instead simply elevated himself off the ground with his ki flight, taking off after the figure he had seen zipping through the air, only deciding to lazily angle himself properly in the air when the cold air became a nuisance against his face, the icy wind biting at his lips and his nose. Still, he could clearly see some sort of figure just ahead of him, though he could only clearly tell it was a person at all once he flew close enough to them, staying airborne beside them as the mere sighting of this... woman(?) was enough to set off alarms in his internal systems, his white crosshair-pupils turning to a blood-red color as he took in their form. Two arms, two legs, one head... Heat frowned, staring at the person beside him in awkward silence as he flew beside them. His animosity towards their appearance being enough for him to not even notice how he couldn't sense any form of energy signature coming off of them.
Queen couldn’t help but reminded of her self as she thought back to the battle field she had just left. It made her blood boil that she used to be just another monster that destroyed homes for no reason. She was thankful now more then ever that Nien had not only spared her life but had treated her like family despite her past. Now she wanted nothing more then to protect this world from monsters like herself. Despite the wind she stared at her own hand and wondered how she ever thought that old life the countless battles , the death of so many friends dying some in her very arms made her never was to live that life ever again.
It was chance that she looked beside her self to see the other figure tailing her through the snowstorm. She pretended to not notice the figure at first only adjusting her course slightly to make it so she was not leading them back to the base just in case they were hostile to her. Her gut or what ever this new body had for one clenched tightly when she turned to look at the individual allowing him to notice she saw him when there eyes locked together. His red eyes sent chills up her spine since no one ever had nice red eyes a sarcastic voice said in the back of her head. So her choices were to run or confront and honestly queen did not like the odds of standing her ground in her weakened state vs the being before her.
She took a deep breath before speaking Sorry boy but I cant exactly disappoint the director. removing her safety protocol to tap into her maximum power and suddenly dived straight back down at the mountain full speed. Her plan was hide in the snow hoping that whoever was chasing her could not find her in the snow. Now she just hoped that he was surprised enough that he wouldn't catch before she the snow.