[Chai]Disaster! The Watcher of West Capitol is here to help! May 12, 2017 4:07:01 GMT
Post by Gira on May 12, 2017 4:07:01 GMT
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Gira literally ran out the front of the school building. It was winter break and she refused to be kept there any longer. Other than boxing practice and the subsequent championship, the winter was all hers; and she planned on using it to get stronger. Just the other day, she spent almost half of her savings to buy weighted training gear and an insta-change watch for her superhero exploits. The watch was on her wrist at all times, but her weights sat at home now, just waiting for her to try them out. The excited teen didn't even wait to meet up with her best friend, Kaci. She booked it right for home. Eventually, she got tired of the slow speed she moved at and decided to fly the rest of the way. After looking to make sure no one could see her, the girl smirked and leaped into the air. She used her ki to keep herself afloat a few thousand feet, making sure she wouldn't be spotted. Once she made it home, the hybrid said hi to her mom quickly and headed up to her room.
After locking her door, Gira looked around suspiciously. She then reached under her bed and pulled out a large trunk. "Hehe, there you are~" She reached into her pocket and pulled out a small iron key. After inserting it into the keyhole, the lock popped with a soft "click." Gira excitedly opened the chest and moved the junk she had on top of her prize. There it was; her weighted gear. She had gone the simple route, buying a set of dark blue gi with a red belt. The weights were heavy; she got the heaviest ones she could find. Throwing off her black skirt and her white blazer with her school's logo, she quickly slipped on the gear. "Wow..." She felt the weight immediately. It was a little difficult to move around, but Gira knew that was what made it effective. She would get even stronger with these weights added to her training regimen.
Gira posed in the mirror, liking her new look. She looked like an actual warrior now. The hybrid was really quite proud. In these past couple of months, she grew to heights she never thought possible. And with her recent terrifying encounter with those two Super Saiyans, she now had a new goal to reach. Gira hummed happily as she left her room. Thankfully, her mom wasn't home yet, so she didn't have to sneak out to avoid her see Gira in her gi. The girl bounded out the door, locking up the house before walking around the city. "Wow, just walking in these things is a workout." But Gira didn't plan on just walking, though. No, she needed to train. Now was the perfect time. It was time to kick off her winter of training. Excitedly, the girl flew off towards her training grounds. She was acting like a child that wanted to play with their new toy.
But things would not go as planned. Gira had only just begun to fly when she saw smoke coming from the eastern part of the city. From the air, she could see that emergency vehicles were already on the way. "Crap, I gotta help with that. Thankfully, this'll now come in handy." Gira pressed the read button her watch. The outfit first began to form over Gira from the watch, her silver sleeve spreading out as the rest of her outfit appeared on her body. Her silver helmet was the last thing to appear. Striking a pose, Gira pointed towards the disaster. "When doom is near, have no fear! The Watcher of West Capitol will always be here!" She readied herself. "Watcher awaaaay!" She then zoomed towards the fire as fast as she could. When she arrived on the scene she saw a horrific sight; several small buildings were up in flames, the blaze inching ever-nearer to a large apartment complex that must have been twenty stories high or more. Many lives would be lost if the blaze struck that building.
Gira landed amidst the firefighters working tirelessly to put out the blaze, but to no avail. Gira wracked her brain to figure out what she could do to help. There was just too much fire for her to put it out on her own before it spread to the apartments. Our hero had only seconds to figure out what she was going to do. If only there was someone who could help! Someone who would come along at just the right moment!