The young man sighed as he walked through the Desert, he was no longer wearing his jacket. Viper's Jacket was tied around his waist. "Damn this Desert is huge" he muttered to himself. Viper ran a hand through his sweat covered hair. Viper sighed putting his hands in his pockets, then hunched a little and continued on. Thankfully the sun finally set, he sighed in relief. "Well I'll go that way" Viper said to himself as he pointed in a random direction. The teen then plopped down on his back, sighing in relief, he smirked his eyes sparkled with excitement. This was amazing he would have never experience something like this if he didn't start to travel the world. Viper continued to look at the brilliant starry sky, with a content smile on his face, maybe he could stay like this for a bit longer. Viper sighed what he wouldn't give to see more places like this it isn't like anybody would miss him anyway. Viper then decided to take a little nap, not like it would kill him to remain in the Desert a little longer. His breaths evened out as he fell asleep quite quickly.
On Jala's top tn list of things to hate, number one would be her master, number two was Dinosaurs, and third would be deserts. She hated how hot they were, she hated there was no water, nothing! They only thing she could have in a desert is solitude, even then it was not enough to make her want to stay there. After hours of flying, she quickly took off her Saiyan armor and leaving her with her body suit. She continued flying, looking for the Fortune teller's house. Jala heard the rumors and decided to search for it, hoping to find it if she could.
She spent till night trying to find this damn house but to no avail. She clicked her scouter, hoping to spot a high power level that would tip her off. She quickly took off when her scouter beeped and read 1,000. "YES! Finally! I can get this stupid fortune out of the way!" She laughed excited. However, all she found as a person laying in the desert, sleeping. A guy to be exact. Jala's eye twitched in annoyance as she landed. She landed right in front of the man, and tried to lightly kick him, hoping to wake him up. "Oi, Ee-arthling, wake up. I have some questions for ya." PL: 2,250
Viper something touch his side, he was sleeping in the desert his eyes snapped open. He tilted his head to the side, well it was a woman who woke him up he stared at her. The young man then jumped to his feet, he narrowed his eyes he sensed how strong she was wow she was tough. "What why would you want, to question me though I'm just some guy?" the young man was quite confused. "But, whatever what is the question you want to ask me Miss?" he asked. Viper decided to help the girl out, because it would be wrong if he didn't help her. This was strange though, why would anyone want to come to the Desert willingly. The young man himself was only going to be passing threw, before he got lost of course. He swept his hand through his hair, at least he wasn't sweaty anymore. He then untied his jacket from around his waist, and put it back on properly. "As silly as it is, I feel naked without my jacket strange isn't it"? he asked the Woman in front of him.
"Ah, your an Ee-arthling! Your weird so it'd be easy for me to tell!" Jala exclaimed, happy to she guessed it. "You see, I'm looking for a Fortuneteller's house in this desert... But I'm giving up. I can't seem to find it, but...," Jala eyes the earthling. "You're strong enough to keep up with me some what. Wanna spar?" Jala flicks her tail as she smirks, hoping for a good work out. "I mean, you're weaker than me, but you'll do!" She jumps a considerable distance away, hoping he would accept the offer as she crosses her arms. "I'm Abaddon by the way, and you are?"