Eyes closed. Legs crossed. Sitting down.
That's how you would find Chaya, in the middle of the grassy backyard of her parents' house. She was concentrated on meditation, focused on nothing but her own ki energy. It was a practice that she preferred over physical prowess, increasing her overall reserves. Unlike her family, she was the one that preferred to fight tactically, albeit with the same brutal nature that her mother and father had fought with before.
Achina meanwhile was turning his household chores into training. And it was very effective too. Gathering wood seemed to increased his speed and strength, while doing other things like washing and drying dishes seemed to be having a slight improvement on both strength and patience.
As he was carrying wood, Chaya couldn't help but open an eye at him. Then, she pushed herself off of the ground, her footsteps crunching the grass softly as she went to follow him.
Achina threw the wood up into the air and waved his hand once, creating invisible chi blasts that chopped the wood evenly. "Mom and Dad will be pleased." He sighed stacking the wood up. "Come out sister, I can feel your energy."
"Like I'm trying to hide from you." The black-haired girl replied dryly, walking up behind him with her hands on her hips.
"I never said that." He said, hoisting the wood pile on one shoulder.
"Have you seen Mother and Father?"
"Dad took Mom shopping. He says she needs new clothes. Bet he had to drag her kicking and screaming."
The image of Aurora actually being forcefully dragged out of the door, while kicking and screaming like a child with a tantrum made Chaya raised an eyebrow. "Surely Mother wouldn't act so childish...."
"Just an assumption." Achina shrugged. "Mom doesn't like shopping unless she get's to blow the place up, that's why Dad always goes with her to determine whether she get's to kill or not."
"What? Father fears Mother..." Chaya spoke quietly, although the surprise in her voice was evident. "Why doesn't she simply take no heed and destroy it anyway?"
"Because he is stronger and she knows that." Achina replied. "Dad just fears her temper."
"....what a foolish man." Chaya mused. "Fearing someone who can't back up their power!"
"Women are scary." Achina said simply. "You included."
That prompted Chaya to smirk minutely. "Is that so? I thought you were so eager to "hand my ass to me on a silver platter in our earlier fight, and you think I'm scary now?"
"That was 4 years ago." Achina sighed. "I've become a bit more mature since then sis."
"A bit?" A comical narrow of the eyes was Chaya's reply. "That's not very much."
"Better than none little sister."
"Either way..." Using her foot, Chaya lifted a log that was about to fall off of the pile back into its proper place. "I hope you're mature enough to handle the achievement of Super Saiyan..."
"More than you."
"Mature or not, I won't be using it."
"You always were strange."
"This whole family..." This prompted her to cock an eyebrow and frown a bit. "...is strange. And what's so strange about me not using Super Saiyan?"
"You're a SAIYAN!" Achina cried as he started to walk. "You should jump on new power like starved dogs on a bone!"
She followed. "I prefer to use my own power." She retorted. "So I can ensure to my opponent... that no matter what form he takes, he will still feel the humiliation of being crushed under my feet."
"Super Saiyan is your own power!"
She scoffed in reply. "It's merely a tool for the Saiyan race, a weapon that was once supposedly legendary. Now that it is quite common among the survivors, it is not so legendary anymore..."
"Still worth it!"
"Not if you're willing to find a power beyond that."
"Now you're speaking my language!"
"Something that would ensure complete dominance of the Saiyan race... one that would become the ultimate power, as well as the thing that would make their power legendary once again. There has to be a way..."
"It could be possible." Achina replied setting the wood down by the door. "And it would be fun!"
"Hopefully..." Chaya peered into the sky, her head lifted upwards. "Mother and Father'll be here soon to help...."
"You rang?" Ahatake asked, descending with his wife in his arms and holding quite a few bags.
"Ah." Chaya put on her stoic expression, turning towards her descending parents. "Hello Mother, Father... we were wondering if you could train us." She spoke, looking over towards Achina to see his own reaction.
He just looked excited. "Before that, Dad did you let Mom destroy the mall?"
Ahatake sighed. "Yes. She was good and didn't really complain about going to it, so I let her blow it up."
Aurora just looked off to the side. "Tch. Wasn't as fun as blowing up the other ones..." She mused.
"If you're good tomorrow I'll let you blow up a whole city." Ahatake said in a patronizing tone, setting his wife down.
"Yes, Dad." She retorted, rolling her eyes.
Ahatake laughed. "She doesn't want to admit it but she's looking forward to it."
"Yes, well..." Chaya folded her arms and raised both eyebrow. "We all look forwad to something around here...so, can you?"
Ahatake sighed. "What was this about training?"
"We have not yet learned how to transform ourselves."
"So you want to become Super Saiyans?"
"Yes. But first..." She nodded her head towards Achina again. "We'd like to see these transformations for ourselves."
"What do you mean?" Ahatake asked. "You want me to demonstrate each form?"
"If that's what you want." Ahatake sighed again. "When do you want to see them?"
Chaya pursed her lips together. "Now." She replied firmly.
"So demanding." Achina muttered watching as his father sighed yet again.
"All right." He cleared his throat. "What you see now is my normal state."
Folding her arms across her chest, she narrowed her eyes in observation, keeping a close eye on his ki levels.
Then Ahatake's hair spiked up and gained a reddish-tint and his eyes lost their pupils. "This is a False Super Saiyan. It is not a common transformation, and hard to maintain."
"Hmm... I can see why it's called false, then...."
Then his hair turned to golden and his pupils cam back. "Then is the first form of Super Saiyan."
"...." This time, Chaya remained silent, although her eyes showed she wasn't very impressed by the change.
Then Ahatake's hair became spiker and his power muscle mass increased slightly. "This is Super Saiyan 2nd grade. Not bad as far as forced forms go."
The muscle mass surprised Chaya a bit, but she kept looking on. "And the actual Super Saiyan 2?"
"Wait." And Ahatake's aura spiked and spread outward as his muscle mass increased again and his hair became ever spiker. "This is Super Saiyan 3rd Grade. Not advisable. It's power boost comes at the cost of your speed."
Chaya sighed, a bit of boredom lacing her tone. "You insist on showing all of these transformations, yet I only see more muscles and yellow hair."
"Impatient brat." And he looked at his son who just seemed mesmerized. His muscle mass decreased but his hair shot up and his power increased as bio-electricity crackled around him. "This is a Super Saiyan 2."
This time, Chaya's eyes widened a bit in surprise. It intrigued her a bit to see the electricity fly around his body, a true display of power.
"And this...is to go further beyond!" Ahatake began to power up. "HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!" His hair lengthed and he lost his eye-brows and he gained a massive power increase. The whole Earth began to tremble and finally the shaking stopped. "This is a Super Saiyan 3." More electricity was surrounding him, carried over from Super Saiyan 2.
Chaya's eyes widened even more, even as her hair fell back down to her shoulders. The incredible aura that her father was giving off now was.... god-like. "How fearsome..."
"And now for a less epic transformation." Ahatake's hair began to shrink a bit and he grew fur that covered hiss arms and stomach as his top clothing disspaeared and his tail changed from brown to red and his power increased drastically. "And this, is a Super Saiyan 4."
"Is that...the final one?"
Her frown became even more confused. "Is it so necessary to have so many transformations at your disposal?"
"Not really, but it makes it easier to crush your opponent if you're in a tight spot."
She decided not to push her speech anymore, but she did fold her arms across her chest, standing idly by. Out of the corner of her eye, she saw Achina's mouth gape widely, showing complete astonishment. She resisted the urge to roll her eyes around.
Ahatake powered down and Achina composed himself.
"So, do you want me to show you guys how to access these forms?"
The black-haired girl's scowl did not waver. "I can't speak for my brother. But I have better things to do than let you show me how to change my hair color..." She replied dryly.
"Achina?" Ahatake turned to him.
"I don't CARE! I just wanna get stronger!!"
Ahatake laughed. "Let's see what your mother thinks."
"....What?" Aurora looked up from her nails, oblivious to the conversation.
"This one.." Ahatake pointed at the girl, "doesn't want to become a Super Saiyan, and this one," he pointed at the boy, "doesn't care, he just wants to get stronger."
"So?" Aurora raised an eyebrow, putting a hand to her chin. "Just teach Achina Super Saiyan, and Chaya..." Her voice trailed off, as she looked towards the said girl. "Well... unless you have a better suggestion..."
"I do." Chaya said immediately, losing her cold and serene tone.
They all turned. "What is it?" Ahatake asked.
"Yes..." Her eyes gazed at each and everyone of them. "You had mentioned before, Father, about a threat to this planet named Majin Buu. Do you know what weapons were used against him?"
"Not really." Ahatake sighed. "I never fought Buu."
"And yet you know about him." Chaya pressured, in an accusatory kind of tone. "Along with Kakarot."
Ahatake's tail twitched. "Yes. Have you been talking to Vegeta without us knowing?"
"No, but I've heard bits of pieces of them from you."
"Ok, but where are you going with this?"
"My point is..." She folded her arms across her chest, her stare gaining a piercing edge to it. "Do you know more than you let on?"
"Well..." She slowly moved herself forward, foosteps treading lightly into the grass. "I can't explain my idea to its full extent, unless I know everything that you do." Her voice was soft, almost tempting even as she spoke.
"How do I put it in a way that I can easily explain?" Ahatake sighed and sat down. "When Gohan fought Buu, he used an Ultimate version of himself. All of his hidden Potential released in an explosive "transformation"."
That made Chaya stop for a second, looking down thoughtfully. "Go on..."
"That kind of power can only be achieved by half-breeds. Half Saiyan, half ordinary Human."
"So it was a simple matter of conversion, from dormancy to wake...." She mused, sitting down with her father. "If I can convert my own energy, from one use to another... maybe I can strengthen myself, as well."
"True." Ahatake sighed. "There used to be an elder Namek that could awaken hidden power. He's dead though."
She immediately stopped herself in mid-sentence, frowning a bit.
"I was about to say 'find this Gohan person', but that'd be asking too much." She said dismissively. "To me, he's a complete stranger, and I doubt you'd know him either. It'd be very awkward to ask."
"I've met him." Ahatake responded. "I know most of the Z-fighter/ by now."
"....Really?" Chaya didn't look very convinced. "....Do you know where he could possibly be?"
"Knowing him...studying either at home, or the University where he works."
"So, he's just living a normal life.... probably not concerned about fighting anymore...." With an exasperated groan, she let herself flop onto the ground. "Just super."
"Such a waste actually." Ahatake muttered. "All that power and he doesn't use it. Still I have an idea."
"And what would that be...?"
Ahatake put his hand on her head. "It won't be a transformation but more of a power-up."
The sudden touch caused the girl to blush slightly.
"I want in on this!" Achina called out.
"All right all right." Ahatake laughed again. "Grab on to my arm."
Aurora simply sat down, watching on in a mixture of curiousity and bemusement, while her daughter simply lay on the grass, not moving from her spot.
"Hey Aurora are you coming?"
She waved a lazy hand in response. "No, I'm fine over here..."
"Are you gonna destroy half of humanity while I'm gone?"
Ahatake sighed. "I'm gonna believe you, but if I see smoke and the ruins of buildings when the Kid's and I get home you're in trouble."
"All right, all right...." She made a "shoo" motion. "Now, go on and have your little fun with the kids. I'll be waitin' for ya."
Ahatake waved. "We'll be back." And he put two finger's to his forehead and teleported the kids and himself up to Kami's Lookout.
The Lookout Edit
As soon as her feet touched the ground, Chaya's eyes wandered. She was surprised at the lack of variety of the place that she stood on. A white-tiled floor, similar to the one of a bathroom made up the ground, while a single palace-like structure sat at its heart. "I imagined it to be bigger." Was all she said.
Achina knew this place well already, and he went off to find Piccolo.
"So impatient." Ahatake muttered.
Chaya herself followed, walking at her usual and steady pace, but not at as quickly. Hands on her hips, she continued to look around, as if expecting something to pop out of the air to greet her.
And something did. Or rather someone.
"Hello and welcome to the Lookout." The black-skinned figure said.
She craned her head to stare over at the man who had just arrived. "Greetings, sir."
Mr. Popo looked up. "Ah Ahatake good to see you again."
"Good to see you too Mr.Popo." Ahatake replied and the genie walked off to go tend to the plants.
"Mr. Popo...?" Chaya repeated questioningly, turning towards him to cock an eyebrow.
"Caretaker of the Lookout. He;s a strange being. You can't feel his chi, so that's why he was able to surprise you like that."
The girl smirked a bit. "That's quite a talent." She remarked. "Are there anyone else here?"
"Piccolo and Dende." Ahatake replied. "Dende is the Guardian of Earth, he's a "god" for all intents and purposes."
"He's currently the strongest Namek in existence. He trained your brother."
A frown appeared across her face once more. "For my sake, I hope he's not as... ridiculous... as Achina is."
"Far from it, Chaya." Ahatake replied. "He a warrior at heart."
"And there he is."
And Achina came out wearing a completely new outfit equipped with a sword, accompanied by Piccolo.
This caused Chaya to cock an eyebrow, pupils staring in suspicion at her older brother. "And what exactly have you been doing in there?" She asked questioningly, although her tone expressed its own boredom and indifference.
"Piccolo gave me a new outfit." He replied. "And a new sword that's better than Dad's."
The Namekian's gaze was his usual stoic one, his arms folded across his chest. "I wouldn't be so quick to say that. A sword can't be better than the other, only its user can."
"If you say so." Achina said and he sat cross-legged in the air then turned upside down.
"Hey Piccolo." Ahatake turned to the Namek.
"Ahatake." Piccolo's head slowly turned towards the man who addressed him. "What brings you here? Along with your family...." His eyes fell on the silent girl who stood beside her father, noticing her gaze level on him.
"We'd like to use the Hyperbolic Time Chamber." Ahatake replied putting his hand back on his daughter's head. "Oh and this is Chaya. You've never really had any extended interaction with her before."
Despite her dark nature, it was apparent Chaya wasn't the rude type. Walking up towards Piccolo, she extended one of her hands freely in order for a handshake. "Pleased to meet you, Piccolo-san."
A bit surprised at the sudden display, Piccolo chose to say nothing, but unfolded one of his arms across his chest in order to return her gesture of kindness. Although he wasn't very social, he wasn't going to act arrogant either, like Vegeta would.
Ahatake was surprised. "So can we use the Chamber?"
"That depends on what you're going to use it for. I don't like wasted visits." Piccolo replied dryly.
"You never were one for humor Piccolo." Ahatake replied. "I;m training these two here."
Releasing the girl's hand, Piccolo returned to the folding arms position. "Oh..." He nodded in affirmation. "If I may ask... what exactly are you going to be training in?"
"Well I've come up with an idea for these two." Ahataka replied. "Neither of them have any interest in the Super Saiyan forms, So I'm gonna teach them something similar to Gohan's power."
If Piccolo had eyebrows, the raising of one of them would've been evident. "Well... if you insist." He muttered, nodding his head in the direction of the Time Chamber. "Do you know where it is, or should I lead you?"
"I remember." Ahatake replied. "Thanks Piccolo."
Piccolo nodded curtly.
"C'mon you two." Ahatake nodded to his kids.
"Thanks Mr. Piccolo." Achina called out.
Chaya nodded respectively in return, then turned in the direction of her father. "Let's go..." She commanded softly.
Achina floated after his family leaving Piccolo on the edge of the Lookout.
Dende approached him. "I something wrong Piccolo?"
A surprised look was on Piccolo's face. "Hm? Nothing... why do you ask?"
"Just a feeling." Dende replied. "Achina reminds you of Gohan doesn't he?"
The taller Namekian thought about it. Now that Dende had mentioned it, both shared similarities: hot-headedness, arrogance, and yet a certain level of politeness and good nature. It almost made him smile. "A little, anyway."
Dende smiled as well and he proceeded to watch over Earth.
Chaya was the last one to follow, but the second one to actually step inside of the chamber. "So, what's your idea?" She asked her father, who was right behind her.
"Impatient little princess aren't you?" Ahatake asked and Achina laughed.
"There's not much else to discuss...." She replied simply.
"You don't know that." Ahatake replied. "Like I said this isn't a transformation."
"I understand. That's why I wish to learn it."
"Alright, have you ever heard of the Kaio-ken?"
"Well it's a technique that Kakarot learned and showed to me once. The Kaio-ken is a technique that multiplies the user's ki for a "heart beat", enabling them to inflict serious damage to foes who are considerably stronger than them. This move I will show you "mimic's" it just without it's dangerous side-effects."
Deciding not to say anything, Chaya folded her arms across her chest.
"What side-effects?" Achina asked.
"The side-effect. If the user multiplies their base ki too much, or if their bodies are too severely damaged, the uprise of ki could easily obliterate them."
"How effective is it?"
"The technique I'm going to show you?"
She was almost tempted to slap her face into her palm, but carefully restrained herself, an annoyed expression appearing on her face. "No... the power of my fingers wriggling back and forth." She drawled sarcastically.
"One more smart remark and I'm cutting your allowance in half. The technique I'm going to show you both is very VERY effective."
"Now you're quiet." Achina laughed.
"Anyway this technique is almost like a combination of the Kaio-ken and the Super Saiyan form, similar to false Super Saiyan but the reverse. It gives you a huge increase in power, but not for a "heart-beat" and that power increase can be maintained even when you're aura is down."
A linger of confusion was felt in Chaya's body, but she chose not to say anything about it. At this point, objections might have been void.
"So does anyone have any complaints about it?"
"Not me." Achina replied. "It sounds cool."
"I see no reason to object..." Chaya replied.
"That's a first." Achina muttered, but Ahatake clasped his hands. "All right then. Take your places in the "center" of the dimension."
The skirt-clad girl did not hesitate, but walked towards the heart of the room, her expressionless gaze turning towards her younger brother.
Achina floated over to his space and Ahatake was reminded slightly of Freiza.
"Alright are you both ready?"
"Yes." Chaya replied curtly, cocking her head from side to side slightly.
"Yeah!" Achina replied energetically.
Ahatake sighed. "This would be easier to explain if your mother was here..."
At this, Chaya put on a small smile. "It's OK, father." She said softly, her dry tone fading for a second. "Do your best, and we'll try our best to understand it."
The man put on a sigh. "All right...."
Without hesitation, his arms shot up in an X-shape across his torso, and he spread his legs out into a crouching position. "Whenever you use this form, you're going to have to learn how to channel your energy first. It'll only take a few minutes, and requires excellent control of your energy, so you have to concentrate."
"Dad we can already channel out energy." Achina replied.
"He's right." Chaya joined in.
A lopsided grin was their reply. "Then this is gonna be a short explanation. Channel your energy throughout your body."
"Like this?" Achina asked and he began to power up, Chaya following suit.
"No, no!" Immediately, Ahatake waved his hands in front of him quickly in order for them to stop. "In a more controlled sense! Like...." He trailed off, scratching the back of his head. "What Chaya does when she's meditating."
"Then like this Father?" Chaya asked, and she took her "power-up" stance but the chi that she was manipulating seemed more controlled.
"Bingo." Ahatake nodded, folding his arms across his chest and looking over at Achina. "Think you can do it?"
"If I can't, I'll go without dinner for a month." Achina replied and he took his power up stance, and though his chi seemed fougher, it was in a similar controlled state to Chaya's.
"That's the spirit!"
Now, Ahatake shifted forward, feet walking in a steady circle around his children. "Now...hold it for exactly a few minutes."
They both complied. "What's this supposed to do Dad?" Achina asked.
"Well..." His father immediately stopped in his tracks, directly behind him.
"We're waiting." Chaya muttered, still holding the controlled manipulation.
He raised a fist in the air.
"Have no idea!"
And the two kid's comically fell over. "WHAT?!?!?!"
Lowering his hands, Ahatake shrugged casually, ignoring the stunned faces of his revelation. "But I do know that it's essential. So get up..." He waved both hands upwards. "...and try it again."
And they resumed. "How long do we gotta do this?" Achina asked.
"Fine." Achina muttered. And teh five minutes passed uneventfully.
In a cheery manner, Ahatake clappsed his hands together. "All right! You can "power down" now."
And they complied.
"Now what?" Chaya asked.
Ahatake shrugged again. "I donno."
"How can you not know?" Achina asked.
Ahatake yawned, but his tone sounded in the more of the sticky tone of annoyance, rather than one of a tutor. "You ask too many questions, I'm gonna go sleep..." He droned, turning around.
Achina looked at Chaya and she sighed and nodded.
Achina ran at his Dad and aimed a punch at his face.
The fist connected.
But it wasn't with a jaw. It was AHatake's palm, having turned itself to meet the offending hand head-on. Ahatake didn't even spare a glance behind him.
"You're supposed to be training us..." Achina grunted.
"What?" Ahatake shrugged innocently, yawning again. "I'm tired...."
Achina tried to punch him again only to find it blocked. "CHAYA! Help me!"
The girl sighed. "I might as well...." And she vanished and appeared behind Ahatake and punched him in the head.
"OW!" The man yelped, staggering forward and dropping Achina immediately. Reaching behind him, he rubbed the sore spot where he had been struck, anime tears coming down his eyes. "That hurt!" He whined.
"That was the idea Father. Now you should be training us, not trying to take a nap!"
Lowering his hands, Ahatake remained silent for a moment. The next time he spoke, it was in a mocking tone. "Weaklings like you are not worth training." He spat, turning back around to reveal a dagger-like glare at the two.
The word weakling triggered something in them both. Anger. The power began to rise and their hair began to stand on end.
Ahatake merely sniggered. "Like that's gonna help."
But their hair did NOT turn gold. It kept their natural color but the aura was a green-ish gold.
At this, his eyes widened slightly, taken back by the transformation. He had definitely expected them to reach the Super Saiyan level, but this new aura.... was strange. It couldn't be the Quasi Super Saiyan, for its aura was still gold.
"I feel... empowered..." Achina muttered. "This strength...it's unbelievable."
Surprised, Chaya lifted up her hands in front of her, studying and flexing them over and over again. "What....is it?" She managed to mutter.
"The new form I told you two about." Ahatake said.
Chaya set her aura down, allowing it to fade from her body, but the energy that she had gained did not.
Achina swept his arm and created a huge wind.
"All that is your power, merely multiplied many folds." Ahatake explained. "And it can go even higher than that. I say you two are up to...50 times your normal power."
"Is that how far it can go?"
"No." AHatake replied. "I don't know if it has any limits."
"You know...." Chaya spoke again. "For a new ability, this might prove useful."
Oh, how she was so embarrassed of his stupidity.
"In the way that every other transformation is useful, Father..." She grunted.
"You mean useful in a tight spot?"
"It probably will be." Ahatake replied. "Your level right now is equivalent to SSJ 1."
"Yes." Ahatake replied.
"And our power can go even greater than this?" Achina asked.
"That's good..." Chaya agreed. "I would be disappointed if this was my limit..."
"So would I." Ahatake replied. "Try raising your power levels."
The girl didn't need to be told twice. A burst of energy, and her energy level began to spike upward, along with her long hair.
The boy followed suit and soon there power levels were shooting through the roof.
"Whoa..." Ahatake muttered.
"How much do we have to keep this up, Father?" Chaya asked patiently, clenching her fists and letting her hair whip around her.
"I want to see how how you can go." Ahatake replied.
"This...is tiring..." Achina muttered.
"That's a side-effect."
The toll was evident on Chaya as well. Though she attempted to remain firm, her posture slumped slightly, and she had to steady her legs in order to maintain herself.
"Stop." Ahatake commanded.
A small grin came across the girl's face, as she stopped her power flow, the aura quickly dissipating. Her hair fell down back to her shoulders, and she unclenched her fists, folding her arms.
Achina just stood in awe at himself. "This kind of power is WAY better than the Super Saiyan."
"Right I'd estimate your powers about Super Saiyan 3." Ahatake said.
It was like a ring into Chaya's ears, and she widened her eyes immediately, focusing them on Ahatake once more. "Surely you must be joking..." She muttered.
"No I'm not. You're about Super Saiyan 3 power or maybe a bit higher."
"...." It took a few more seconds for Chaya's expression to fade to a skeptical one. But she remained silent, looking over her brother.
He flexed his finger's and turned away from them. "Ka.....me.....ha....me..."
"What is he planning to do?" Ahatake asked.
Chaya could take a guess. "Testing out that newfound strength of yours, Achina?" She thought, cocking an eyebrow. "But what's he gonna aim at?"
And Achina turned towards Chaya. "HA!!!!" And he fired a massive Kamehameha wave.
She immediately raised her arms into a ki block position, and the brunt slammed into her defense. With a yell, she thrust up her arms, tossing the beam skywards. As the light faded from her face, she panted heavily, lowering her arms and her now-formed glare onto her brother.
"What's the matter? Didn't have enough guts to aim at yourself again?"
Ahatake sighed. "Achina I'm cutting you allowance in half. You don't attack your little sister with an attack that could kill."
"I don't want to here it! Now apologize."
Chaya merely looked away, scowling faintly. "I'm used to stunts like that by now." She retorted.
"Still that wasn't called for." Ahatake sighed. "What will I do with you two?"
"Let us beat you to death and mutilate your corpse into 50 pieces?" Chaya suggested immediately.
Ahatake patted his daughter's head. "You have your mother's since of humor."
"Thank you, Father."
Ahatake sighed. "Who's hungry?"
"Me!" Achina cried out.
Chaya nodded, smiling a bit. "That was a bit exhausting...." She admitted.
"All right. If you guys power down now, we can get home in time for your mom's cooking."
Chaya did so, immediately, level dropping back to normal.
Achina followed suit. "Let's go! I wanna say bye to Piccolo before we leave!"
"Alright." Ahatake laughed and they walked out the door.
"Just don't take too long." Chaya added.
Achina took off at a burst, leaving his family in the dust.
Said Namekian's eyes looked over at the boy who called him.
"I just came over to say thanks for the new sword and that we're about to go."
"You're welcome." He replied. "Just don't be too reckless."
"You forget who you're talking too Mr, Piccolo." Achina replied his tail twitching.
"Oh, that's right." Piccolo smirked. "Someone who'd test his newfound power on his sister..."
"You know too much Mr. Piccolo." Achina grumbled. "Do you wanna see my new ability?"
"I don't need to. Your energy level was too strong not to be felt."
"Wow." Achina grinned as his father and sister walked up to them.
"Thanks for letting us use the room Piccolo."