Post by Kay-El on Apr 7, 2016 15:12:45 GMT
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Samba, the wolf Zoanthrope Kay-El made a lasting bond with even in that short span of time they spent together. Reaching out to him with her mind she said, Sorry for any trouble I caused you. I’ve got to go again, but maybe we could grab a bite to eat before I do. I know a great spot for burgers in the capitol. She didn’t want to go to Satan City, didn’t want to run into anyone she knew by accident, so the capitol it would be. Heading there she hoped Samba got the telepathic message, that ability was still so new she didn’t know if it even worked half the time.
Despite the capitol being so big, so vast, so filled with an immense amount of people sometimes that made her feel better like maybe she could just get lost in the crowd for a little while. Nana liked to people watch, but Kay-El preferred being more active about such things. The two sometimes made up stories about random people on the streets. Looking back the way she came, the thought of Nana out shopping in the city for needed supplies for their journey back to Vegeta, a small frown tugged at the corners of the girl’s lips to create lines that mimicked those that would most likely come with age and time eventually. Half Saiyan and half demon, she didn’t know how that affected her aging process, only that she aged visibly slower than humans. Either way, she felt conflicted and torn about leaving so soon.
Happiness and excitement raged through her veins at the thought of going back to Pin and the new friends she met on Vegeta, but sadness, too, settled in at leaving Earth and old friends so soon. Perhaps that was why she sought closure and good-byes this time around, a thing she didn’t have time for last she left Earth with Pin. To Namek in order to pick up one of Pin’s co-workers, a general in the SSE, and then almost immediately on to Vegeta where she met and sparred with several more higher ups in the SSE including the queen, herself.
Finding a table in the back, she waited for her furry friend there, hoping he showed. If he didn’t she’d be sad, definitely, but eventually would get over it. But it would mean a lot to her if he did show up. Not really expecting him to understand, or maybe he would, getting to know the only family she had left was important to her. Pin, the android half-brother, was all she had left of family. Despite having gone through two sets of parents, she lost them both one way or another. Either by never knowing them to begin with or death, both were separations she considered permanent.