The snow...It stopped. That's new, and good! Finally, Hazerru was able to see clearly, would make this little hunting-task somewhat easier. The old hunter Hazerru was staying at for now taught him the basics of hunting animals, went with him on trips to see how it exactly went down. Now that Hazerru was fully healed from his little encounter a few weeks prior, he was sent out to bring back food, alone. Not that it mattered, hunting would be easy seeing as no normal animal was able to outrun him. Having superhuman strength did have its perks!
Absentminded eyes lazily snapped from side to side, keeping an ear out for any rustling or footsteps. None- Nothing. It felt like he was the only living thing currently in that forest. Ofcourse, he wasn't. Hazerru simply neglected to pay attention to any signs of animals...Like tracks. Who even had time to look for tracks if you were faster than a fighter jet? The boy yawned, already bored. Hunting looked so much more fun and thrilling on television. The one time he actually wanted something exciting to happen, nature decided to let him down. He let out a questioning hum as he saw a snowflake drift before his sights, grunting when more and more showed up. The snow began to rage on once more, great. ''If i was a nice, tasty deer...Where would I b-...huH-! ACHOO!'' Hazerru could hear his own sneeze echo through the forest, further giving him the idea that he was completely alone.
Frite would be taking step by step through the forests of Mt. Frappe, wandering aimlessly into the landscape, he sought out a cure for his boredom. As he walked through the snow, one foot after the other, with boot-shaped feet. His bio-armor ensured the protection of his feet as he walked, and also he had resistance from the cold as Arcosians normally have. He had the focus on the area around him as he walked aimlessly throughout the area, so he would not bump into a tree. Nevertheless, if he ran into a tree the strength of his body would knock it down as he walked.
Unknowing that there was someone nearby, he continued to walk in the pounding snow. Soon, the snow cleared up for a brief moment. ["So it finally stopped snowing..."] As Frite walked forward, the snow resumed worse than before. He then heard a sneeze in the distance, what seemed to be like a human sneeze when they were sick or cold. ["So there is someone else around here."] Frite would activate his small scouter through a thought, which was actually in the form of contact lenses. This scouter was also artificially intelligent, able to send transmissions to his brain.
The scouter lenses would scan the area for power levels, automatically cancelling out plants as it knew what it was doing. Other than weak animals popping up, with a variety of small power levels popping up, there was one who stood out. He assumed this was a Human, and this wasn't just a average Human. Other humans had lower power levels, but this one was higher. The scouter lenses would circle in on the signature and display its power. [ Power Level: 2,200 ] Frite would smirk. ["Well, this one is only 200 higher than mine. This should be interesting..."]
Frite then started moving slowly, swerving to avoid the trees as he walked towards the Human. His scouter lenses were still focused on him, so he would plan up on showing up in front of the Human. Flexing his joints as he walked, leaving tracks in the snow, he eventually found himself in the path of the Human, glaring at what seemed to be a male normally. Frite would then tone his voice down to his calm voice. "Hello." Frite would stand there in the snow, folding his arms, waiting for any potential comments.
...What was that animal again that mr. Hunter loved so much? Rabbit? Deer? Yes, definitely deer. Hazerru did whatever he could to ignore the frustratingly annoying barrage of snowflakes clouding most of his vision. The cold weather chilled his frail skin, yet over the weeks he spent near Mt. Frappe his body grew mostly accustomed to the harsh weather, hardening his body. Atleast the snow under his boots repeated that satisfying crunching noise, something he couldn't get enough of for some weird reason. Hold on...Was it really deer? Deers couldn't even survive in this cold weather! Hazerru paused in his tracks for a small second, pulling a difficult thinking-face. Or could they? The boy shrugged, continuing to pace without any direction. He'd be lucky if he could bring atleast one piece of good meat. Then again, what if he didn't? Would the hunter be angry with him? He did so much for him already...If Hazerru wasn't able to pay him back somehow, he'd definitely feel guilty for it. His sights dragged to the ground, maybe it was time to start looking for tracks more actively. The snow WAS supposed to make it a ton easier, after all.
His eyes slowly scanned the snow-coated forest floor, yet everything seemed clean and smooth to him. Maybe the snowstorm had covered all the tracks already...Damn. Hazerru sighed loudly, stuffing both of his hands in his pockets as guilt hit him. ''Hunting animals is easy, hurr hurr hurr!'', Yeah right... Two weird shapes came into view as Hazerru continued to step forward, boots? "Hello." Hazerru's head snapped upwards with a loud, high pitched scream as he tumbled backwards, landing flat on his bum. ''Fucking shit dicks, you're not a deer!'' He croaked out in a shocked voice, slowly collecting his mind and actually realizing what exactly stood before him. Truth be told, he had no idea...Just that it looked real weird and creepy. ''Huh...Okay, I might just be going insane...But I'm gonna assume that ain't a costume, right?'' Honestly, Hazerru wasn't sure what was possible anymore. Between the weird saiyan monkey people that tried to invade earth, the half-naked siamese blue people he met and whatever the hell this thing was, anything was possible.
Frite waited as the Human seemed to wander aimlessly, well that is until he said 'Hello'. It looks like the human was shocked to see him. Frite chuckled a little, amused at the most. He watched as the man screamed and fell back, even more amusing. Maybe his day would get some entertainment after all? Could this human be the cure to his boredom? Frite then returned to his calm state, and would comment on what just happened. "Are you alright...?" Quite a foul mouth he was, but Frite payed no real attention. Apparently the man was shocked.
"Of course im not a dear... and it's not a costume. I'm an Arcosian." Well, Frite couldn't quite blame him. He knew humans didn't see Arcosians every day. Frite's eyes strayed off, looking at the wildlife around. Rabbits, Foxes, Bears, Moose, and a few deer. This planet was quite diverse after all. All kinds of different environments and everything. Frite wondered what he would do after he left this place, could he find another source of entertainment somewhere? Whether it was an object or a person, it was fine with him.
The boy's eyes narrowed suspiciously, scanning the weird individual's body from top to bottom. ''Ar...co...-?'' Hazerru paused and let out a hefty sigh, slowly crawling back onto his feet with a grunt. His facial expression seemed bland and emotionless, his eyes gazing from side to side as if he were looking for something. There's no actual way that he just ran into some weird freaky alien in the middle of nowhere, right? While he really didn't want to believe that this was actually happening, he knew it was. What number was the meeting-weird-probably-violent-alien-people counter at now? Four, five? And to think he never believed in aliens in the first place...They obviously weren't that hard to come across. Did he really spend his life that cut off from the outside world? Hazerru groaned loudly, once again looking at the Arcosian. -Why me, why always me...?- The boy thought to himself, already well-prepared for the possibility that this guy was as violent as the rest he came across. ''Okay, so- uh...Arco-whatever-you-just-said guy...'' Hazerru paused for a second, awkwardly scratching the side of his head. ''What are you doing here anyway? It's pretty...well-'' His eyes slowly scanned over the vast, empty forest, the wind howling ominously. ''Dead.'' He let out. Hazerru would have to choose his next actions and words carefully, this is the first person-thing so far that hasn't immediately attacked him after the first exchanged words...
Frite watched calmly as the human came back to his feet, with Frite curious as hell. He kept his curiosity at bay, all the while. He watched as the human looked at him, and blurted out a few comments. ["Quite a strange one, isn't he? I can't blame him, most humans haven't seen an Arcosian."] Frite smirked before replying to the curious human. "Well, to repeat, I'm an Arcosian. I'm out here because im bored." Frite stood there, with his feet in the snow and the fauna staggering around as the wind howled. Frite was resistant to cold weather, as it was similar to his home world. Arcose, but that was in ruins. Frite sighed. "Anything else you have to say?" Then, Frite got curious. This humans power level was quite near his own, well in his suppressed form at least. "Actually, I noticed your battle power is 200 above mine. If you don't mind, would you care form a spar? I'm quite bored after all."
Hazerru stood there in a stance that didn't really tell anything about him. Bland, was the best way to describe it. He knew he should probably be shocked or scared that some weird alien just creeped up on him in the middle of the woods, but...No. Hazerru had been victim to meeting weird aliens way too many times recently. All the ridiculous situations just seemed to become an everyday routine by now, the boy simply allowing it to happen now without any sort of protest. ''...What do you want me to say, alien guy?'' Hazerru replied, not sure what the Arcosian was expecting from him. The moment he began speaking of ''Power Levels'', though, Hazerru knew exactly what this guy was trying to lean him towards. A weird alien meetup wouldn't be fun without a little fighting...At least, that's what THEY thought. The last time Hazerru fought someone, he almost died. He hasn't fought since, subconsciously too scared of the potential consequences it could bring with it. There wouldn't always be a random hunter to save him if things went too far south. Hazerru was certain he had used up most of his life's luck on that day, otherwise his frozen body would currently be resting in this same forest...Forever.
Eugh, not a fun thought.
Hazerru felt somewhat pressured, though. Only natural for him to feel that way, if a weird alien guy approached you asking for a fight, chances are you'd reluctantly agree, too scared of what he'd do if you declined. At least this guy was civil enough to ASK to spar with him, already giving Hazerru the slight impression that this ''Arcosian'' was more...Trustworthy than other aliens.
Hazerru let out a brief groan after a moment of silent thinking, crossing his arms with the sliiiightest grin on his face. ''Sure, why not? It's been a while since I sparred with someone.'' He said to the Arcosian. He'd glance to both sides, though, appearing quite uncertain about something. ''Uh- Not here, though. Don't wanna tear apart this entire forest, you know?'' Honestly, Hazerru sounded quite natural talking to a species he'd never seen before.
Frite stood there as the freezing could rushed around him swerving around the trees of the forest, listening to Hazerru closely as he spoke as the sounds from the rushing wind poured into his ears. Frite watched as Hazerru crossed his arms and grinned, and he grinned back also. Hazerru accepted his offer, with Frite not expecting it. "All right then, this should be interesting." Frite then listened as he said he wanted to go elsewhere, not wanting to destroy the forest. After all, if there was a fight, there might be a few avalanches in the area. "All right, then where do you want to go?" Frite would ask this curiously.