He'd been contacted by none other than General Mayze himself concerning a small planet called Konats. When he'd gotten the message from Mayze, he could almost have been called "nervous". He'd almost started to bite his nails, this being the first notice he'd officially received from a superior. It was Carva they'd wanted to send to conquer an entire planet. He couldn't feel more proud at this very moment unless Arias had given birth to their child in front of him right then and there.
Arias was there with Carva, and the two would be packing. Carva was dressed in his SSE armor, which was freshly polished. Black and silver in color now, this wasn't just any armor either. This armor would only be worn when Carva would go away on business and this was his first official business trip. Capsulizing his Heavyweights, he looks at Arias. "I am glad you decided to come, dear. But please let me handle the dirty work...if I'm not mistaken, an old rival of mine is on Konats and..." He growled at the thought, clenching his left fist. "...he beat me...he gave me my first ever loss in battle. And if I must fight him, I wish to beat him on my own." He slowly leaned in, giving her a soft kiss on the corner of her lips. "Do you understand? The Empire is also sending another soldier to help, but I don't even want them to interfere."
Arias nodded, letting out a somewhat sleepy yawn. It was late at night as they began their traveling, and she planned on sleeping the ride to Konats. The sleepy Saiyaness waited for Carva to put his stuff away, for whatever reason.
Once he was done, Arias would pull out the capsule and have Carva exit the house, with her daughter Fuku hanging onto her mother's back sleepily. The mother would put the house in the capsule, and put the capsule away.
A small bang would sound as Arias lets her spacepod out of the capsule. Checking to make sure she had everything, she'd climb into her pod while fixing the baby blue scouter on her face. She made sure to put her sleepy daughter in her lap, and sat back in the pod as it took off into the sky.