He wakes with a yawn as his pod's alarm tells him that he will be entering the planet's atmosphere after arriving at it after arriving at the planet while asleep. Making sure to stay on course and that nothing bad happens while going through the atmosphere it only takes about 5 seconds to go through it and blast into the ground with a booming sound as it lands on the ground and creates a massive crater that shakes everything within a few miles. Opening the pod and getting out of both it and the crater in the ground. He looks around for a few seconds before saying "Wow what a shithole. And here I thought that Sadala did not exactly look pretty. Though now that I think about it Kintsuki himself never really saw that many planets before his death. Oh well the information I was given says that he should be here... Somewhere" Shaking off that train of thought he makes sure that the black cloak he got covers him well enough that it is not obvious that he is a sayian. His sayian armour and tail hidden well enough.
The hushed quiet of the forest was shattered as a massive pillar of azure light erupted upward into the sky, punching through the clouds and forcing them to disperse. Moments later a wave of displaced dirt plowed through the trees, the trees themselves swaying in a sudden intense breeze before straightening back up.
At the epicenter of the sudden explosion of force stood a scrawny woman, fair of skin and dark of hair. Her normally straight hair was now tightly grouped together into spike like bits, a single long bang hanging down over her face.
Her build, while slight, showed obvious tone of rippling muscle beneath the surface. Making her look thin and wiry despite her small stature.
Bright blue electricity crackled over her form every so often, running down the length of her limbs and body. The eyes that swept over her body to take in the changes, normally as dark as her hair, were now a brilliant blue like her aura. “Whoa...” Was all she could manage to say at the sudden explosion of her own power. This wasn't just the Saiyan strength she usually drew upon; Saiya power, as it was known.
This was everything within her unleashed to it's fullest force. Every ounce of power and dormant genetic trait elevated as high as it could go....and yet she felt so.....normal.
Closing her eyes she exhaled slowly, letting the majority of that power return to it's source.
“And that is you with body, spirit, AND mind in balance.” Pybara spoke, wiping a great deal of sweat from his brow. “....now, while I'd hate to rush you-”
“I'm on it.” Brisket spoke, turning her gaze toward that ever present thing in the sky. The moon attempted to push that weird chill down her spine, but immediately it was intercepted and deflected by her unleashed psychic abilities. “Leave it to me and Aster, we'll have this thing settled in a jiffy!” Brisket shouted before placing two fingers to her forehead.
Reaching out with her senses she felt her cousins energy signature before, with a simple breath, she moved toward it. The world warped and shifted, the half Saiyan getting the feeling she was being sucked through reality like liquid through a straw.
With a sudden wooshing sound she appeared near her cousin. “I'm ready now....you?” She asked quickly before looking to the moon above again. Placing a hand on Aster's shoulder she raised her fingers to her forehead again....
Asterion's own spirit and body weren't exactly able to balance, which had cut short his training with Pybara. With the enormous, ominous presence of both the Wolf and the Oozaru in him, chained up tightly... he had struggled to let loose with anything at all. But despite things, the master Pybara had been anything but rude about it, and had instead worked to help Asterion (at least as much as he could) in creating a balance between the two of them, to at least stop them from being able to overtake him without his willingness to do so.
Granted, even with all fo that training, Asterion wasn't entirely sure that it had worked. It still felt like he was dedicating an enormous amount of willpower at any given time to keep the pair of them back. He had always been aware of them, of course, but he hadn't ever actually thought to utilize them in any way. Any time his control slipped even a little bit, he grew all the more dangerous and hard to control as the monster within him had been unleashed. Brisket had even gotten a small taste of this back on Earth, and it showed that even with her own skills, being unprepared for the raw assault of their lack of discipline had taken her over for a short time.
Hence when Brisket had continued to work on her training, bringing her balance to a finality, Asterion had quietly stepped aside, allowing her to do what she needed to do as he instead worked on his training in his own way. Pybara wasn't going to be able to fully assist him in containing and redirecting the two monstrous looming threats within him, much as the man would have liked him to be able to do. Instead, Asterion would have to go his own way.
But there was a sudden movement and a flicker of energy around him which he sensed before he saw- his smell and hearing far sharper than any normal individual, and then she was suddenly there, next to him. "I'm as ready as I'll ever be, dude," he agreed, fixing her with a grin. Asterion wasn't going to hold Brisket back, and he'd continue to support her all the way through this. He just needed to subdue the two monsters within him somehow... but that might not be a question for Pybara, but for another Master, somewhere else.
As he was thinking on where to go so that he could find the little shit that he wants to find he suddenly saw a massive azure light shoot into the sky even effecting the clouds forcing them to move as the light continues upwards. Looking at it he shrugs his shoulders. After all he won't find any better clue then that. And so activating his scouter to see the power levels in the distance which are actually a lot closer then he first thought it was. Seeing where they are he starts rushing forwards. While not the fastest around he is still pretty quick and so he rushes forwards with a speed not bothering to fly to save energy in case it really is him.
After a few seconds he gets about a quarter of the way there before the energy he is following suddenly disappears. At first he was confused and worried that they died, before he notices that they showed up again even closer meaning that he actually got there quicker. He arrives and sees two people. Turning off his scouter since he found them he watches for a second as they talk. Knowing that his opportunity might go away if he waits.
Just doing a quick once over making sure that the cloak hides the important part of his armour and tail he starts walking towards them saying out loud to them "Why now this is a surprise. Here little old me is looking for someone and I instead find two other people. Do you mind helping me by answering a few seconds?" He says out to them with a voice that is not aggressive but anyone could feel the corruptness of him. Even more since he seems to be hiding his identity.
Either way he does not care if they can't help him. After all from what he heard about Garlic he does not seem like the type of person to hide for long. All he needs is to wait a bit and he will find him. The only question that he needs to think about Garlic is if he will let him live or if he will punt him into the next generation. But either way those are questions for later.
Brisket nodded at Aster's reply, looking up toward the crimson orb in the sky. Whatever they found up there, they'd face it together, like they had faced down countless challenges before it. Hopefully the training under Pybara had yielded her cousin results as extreme as her own. Slowly she closed her eyes before reaching out with her senses. There had to be some energy source up there in order to get to the thing. Strangely...there was nothing on the moon's surface that was giving off energy....or at least none that she could sense. She opened her eyes again, staring momentarily at the moon. Raising an eyebrow in confusion for a moment, she immediately lowered it again. There had to be someone up there to release that mist that Asterion had spoken about. It didn't seem like the kind of naturally occurring phenomena.
Weighing her options, she made a decision. If there was nothing ON the surface...that just meant there must have been something below it. Narrowing her gaze she began to focus harder. For a brief moment there was a slight energy signature that she could just make out, though she lost focus as they were approached. An unfamiliar voice calling out to them. Snapping her head in it's direction, Brisket lowered her hand from her head slowly.
“You make it sound as though encountering people on an inhabited planet is something one should find ironic.” Brisket replied. Her posture adjusted slightly, putting her on guard but not making any threatening moves or gestures. “We're short on time at the moment.” Brisket continued, getting a good feeling of the energy the creature was putting out. It left a sour after taste.....so to speak. She didn't care for it at all.
“Ask your questions, creature, and then be off.” she finished, glancing to Aster out of the corner of her eyes.
Asterion gave a low sound as he could see the gears turning in Brisket's head at his words. S he was staring up at the odd moon-looking thing as if she could see through it, and while he knew she wouldn't be able to, there was still something in that piercing gaze of hers that told him she was seeing something more than what he could. His own eyesight wasn't especially keen, but the other senses he had were more than up to par. Which led him to smelling a new figure approaching them long before the man actually managed to hail them, seeming to be a little... off.
The fellow looked harmless enough, but there was something about him that made Asterion's skin crawl. Still, as the figure inquired about questions, Brisket was the first to answer, and referred to him as 'creature' rather than anything else. At least it was clear that whatever was making him uncomfortable around this guy was also coming off to Brisket as well. The woman was mostly passive in the way she spoke, but there was still an undercurrent of defensiveness in her tone, and Asterion watched her for a moment before his gaze moved back to the new guy.
"Yeah man. We're kind of on a time crunch so if you could hurry it up dude, that'd be rad," Asterion spoke, not wanting to come off as impolite or unkind in any way, but they were trying to go and figure out what was up with that Moon up there. Or 'celestial body' as there was no way that was actually a moon of any kind. "But if you've got a question or two, I'm sure we could like... get an answer for you, my dude," Asterion continued, slipping his hands into the pockets of his jacket.
After the responses from both of them he can't help but shrug. They do not seem the kind that would appreciate that kind of joke. And a subtle use of the scouter shows that they are not the kind that he should mess with. So instead of playing with them, while the chains rattle against him in disappointment he looks at the two who seem to be in a hurry and says "Alright fine you seem to not want to.. Play so I will cut to the chase. I am looking for someone, you might not know him. Small blue bastard that has horrible fashion sense. Or so I have been told. While in the after life I heard a few rumors and got to the point where I was going to question him when suddenly he was whisked to the world of the living before I could ask him anything. Now you ca- Okay you two seem worried about something in the sky. What is i-"
Cutting himself off as he looks into the sky after the two seem to look worried there. It does not take him long to see the hell moon. And at the sight of it he sighs and says "Huh that is weird I don't remember seeing the mako.. Moka? Whatever planet it is when I came into orbit.I wonder if it is actually there or if it is just a fake. I guess either way does not matter since if that thing is here that means that the little fucker is as well... I wonder who would be desperate enough to bring him back to life" Starting to ramble as he looks at it. His knowledge of the star not better then basic and what he heard from the hell grape vine. Though the one thing he does know is that the race that Garlic. Jr is from gets a lot of power from it. Which is not much but better then the nothing that the average alien knows.
But once his thoughts got back onto track after wondering off he looks into the eyes of the half sayian that Kintsuki fought in the tournament. The same that embarrassed this body. Once he has the strength he might make her pay.. Or not, he has not really decided yet. But Either way he looks to her to see what her reaction would be to his question.
Brisket stared forward at the creature as it spoke it's monologue. There was an odd nature to the way it spoke, a nagging feeling that Brisket should just ignore it but instead she listened. This thing, whatever it was, was simply spinning its wheels as it were. It droned on about jokes and the like long enough that the half Saiyan sighed and glanced upward at the crimson moon that hung over the planet. It's ominous aura had grown more and more palpable even while they were talking.
In the next moment the creature spoke of their interest in the sky, Brisket glancing at the hooded figure out of the corner of her eyes without moving her head. It had come here and not noticed the moon? To her that spoke only volumes about the creature's attentiveness; That opinion remained steadfast as it began to speak of the otherworld and small blue people. The description did little to jog the half Saiyans memory. The only blue skinned creatures she knew of were the kais, Di, and her evil sister, Bacara. None of them seemed responsible for this.
Finally the hooded creature finished speaking, Brisket looking back at it fully finally. It had left a question dangling at the end of its speech. One that Brisket took to imply that it knew something they didn't. She gathered her thoughts for a moment and then replied.
"If you've been dead before…" she began. An expert on the subject herself after dying twice. "...Then you know there are only three ways out. To be restored to life by a magical force. To be brought back for good behavior….or to have another being transfer its life to you." She finished, looking back to the moon for a moment. With her own resurrection being rather unexplained this time Brisket clenched her free hand into a fist. Had she fallen into some trap? Another pawn in this game of the sorcerer's?
"I doubt either of you were given life by another and I know it wasn't good behavior! That cloak may hide your visage but your foul energy speaks volumes…So I suspect neither of you were brought back by the dragon balls either…" as she spoke aloud new possibilities twirled in Brisket's mind. The half Saiyan settling on a new and startling possibility. "That leaves you both as pawns of the sorcerer." Brisket stated finally, gathering enough energy to project forth her aura. There was a sound like an explosion before her aura began to exude irresistible pressure away from her, blowing away sections of topsoil and cracking the ground.
Focusing herself with an audible grunt the azure light that streamed off of her person was suddenly consumed by a luminous blaze of white flame. Though it gave off no heat, its edges still licked hungrily at the world around them. "So let's cut to the chase. You know the identity of the person behind the moon, and you even recognize the moon. Who are you and why shouldn't I send you and your little blue friend both back to hell?"
Asterion could appreciate the fact that the fellow was just trying to make conversation... at least he could at just about any other time. Right now wasn't exactly the best time for it, especially given that he and Brisket were about to head up to check out this "moon" and see if it was what they had both thought it actually was. Given the circumstances, Asterion was the one who knew more about it than she did, and he had been more than willing and eager to help to explain some of the finer points of Garlic Jr's very brief reign of terror.
Since Brisket only really had studied the main timeline and none of its offshoots, she also hadn't been aware of the presence of Garlic, the Makyan who had vied with Kami to become the next Guardian of Earth. Why the Makyan had any interest in doing so, Asterion himself still hadn't quite found that out, but he could very well guess that whatever purpose Garlic had, it wasn't a good one, which was why the previous Guardian had passed the proverbial reins to Kami, instead of to Garlic. All in all, it'd been a pretty grand decision by the fellow.
However, right now they had more important things to discuss, and with this other fellow seemingly not really noticing the giant thing floating in the sky right at the outset, that made Asterion wonder if he realized who he was talking to. Unless he was going for some sort of long con, it was entirely likely that he didn't realize he was speaking directly with two Time Patrollers who were both running out of steam and ideas both as far as why things were still continuing along their current path. None of this had ever happened before, for either of them.
The fact that this moon was here meant that Garlic Jr was here. The Black Water Mist, of course, was also present- they'd seen it. Hell, they'd had to take cover in a bunker to avoid it. And yet things now were at a point where the only real option they had, to try and fix this timeline, was to go and head up to a moon that, by all rights, shouldn't even exist in the current time. But this new guy seemed to be throwing a weird wrench into things, and as soon as Brisket began to get heated, the Lismian frowned.
"Woah woah, Brisk, hey," Asterion spoke as he reached a hand out, setting it on the woman's shoulder. It was almost comical, seeing the far larger man being the one to restrain the smaller from going all out, but all the same, Asterion didn't have anything against this guy... at least not yet. "Dude sounds like he's got some issues with Garlic Jr too. No reason to obliterate 'em off the cuff just like that," the gentle giant spoke, frowning as he looked back at the Saiyan. "That's right, right dude?" Asterion asked, looking to him. Mostly just ensuring that the fellow actually did want to fight against Garlic Jr.
He could do nothing but yell in his mind as the tone that Brisket started using against him 'Damn it, and here I thought that I could get some information and leave them. They are far to aggressive. Though if the little fucker is here I will need help' As he started thinking of ways to calm her down and coming up with little things with a chance to work. However it does not seem to matter as much as the larger one grabs her to stop her from killing him. Which he does not doubt she could do if his scouter was correct.
And so when he gives him a way out that also happens to be true anyway. so as the large person asks him if he has issues with Garlic jr he simply says "Of course I do. Maybe you miss understood the colourful names I have for him with none of them being correct. While I don't feel like mentioning how I got brought back to life I do know that how I did and how he did are different. I happen to want to ask him a few questions before I send him back to hell where he belongs. And as for what I know. Most of it was through word of mouth. And to end off this monologue. You of all people Brisket should trust me"
Waiting a few seconds after he says that he decides that there is really only one way forward where he can use them to help kill Garlic jr. And so waiting for the right amount of suspense he takes off the hood to his cloak still keeping the armour and more importantly the mark on the armour that he found in with the rest of his stuff. And also makes sure that the chains are out of view from the front of his neck. After all he wants her to think that he is still Kintsuki till after he is done with what he wants.
After revealing his face to her he watches for the reaction that he got to see if he can still use them. He does not much care how the big one reacts since he does not know him at all. While they were not best friends she had still met him. And hopefully he can use it for her since she seemed to care a little bit back in the fighting tournament. He tries to keep his posture neutral and lowers his head a little trying to look abashed and only look at her from the corner of his eyes.
Brisket prepared to attack when Aster suddenly placed a hand on her shoulder. The sudden contact shaking her slightly. She glanced to the towering Lismian for a brief second before reigning her aura back in. He wasn't exactly wrong...but she knew he couldn't sense it like she did. The vile undercurrent of this thing's energy…
To be entirely fair it wasn't something she could do before training with Mutaito...but in learning to perform Hanwa techniques, she'd come to be able to sense the alignment of another's spirit….and this guy was teetering on a precipice of evil.
The creature spoke then; Refusing to enlighten the pair about it's return to the world of the living but claiming that Brisket, of all people, should trust it. At that her expression shifted into one of confusion. She didn't recognize the thing's voice at all.
She observed in half curious silence as the creature reached up to it's hood. Taking it in both hands before pulling it down to reveal!
An average looking dark haired boy.
At the sight of him Brisket grew only more confused."This makes me trust you because…?" She asked quickly, voice trailing upward toward the end to indicate a question. His energy didn't feel familiar and wasn't anything to write home about. It was possible he was hiding it of course, given the stink of hell that was on him like white on rice.
She briefly considered the kid's face, wracking her mind to place it. Then, in a sudden flash, it came to her. In her mind's eye she beheld the boy in a stance; Desperately firing beams at her from his fingers in an attempt to beat her despite the gap in experience. She guessed the kid hadn't left much of an impression on her…
"You're….Zucchini?" She asked more than stated, finding herself unable to exactly recall his name. Though now her suspicions only grew.
What had this boy done to condemn himself to hell? Why would he come here of all places? He was seeking this Garlic guy, sure, but it felt too coincidental to actually be coincidence.
She ran through what Kintsuki had been saying over again in her head, looking to Aster for a few seconds before turning her attention back to the boy.
"If you're looking for a ride up there, fine, place a hand on my shoulder...but know that I trust you about as far as I can throw you." She stated, ignoring the fact that she could probably throw him quite far, now. "Betray us or backstab us and I'll leave you begging for the comforts of hell." She bluffed.
Truth be told they'd probably just kick him in the junk and then bail, but he didn't need to know that. Placing one hand against Aster's upper arm since she couldn't reach his shoulder, her other hand flew to her forehead in the traditional transmission style.
Reaching out with her senses she was surprised to find a power source on the surface of the moon. Perhaps her show of strength had been to their benefit after all. Gathering her power she locked onto the signal and then flung her energy toward it, all those in physical contact with her suddenly vanishing from their place on Yardrat...
Asterion could tell that Brisket had calmed down a bit when he had touched her shoulder, but she still seemed quite ready to attack the other fellow at a moment's notice. At least she wasn't willing to do it right then, which was something, but all the same... it seemed like the other fellow finally had begun to give a bit more information on his whole reason for being here.
The giant lismian still wasn't exactly keen on the idea that the fellow was from Hell- and he was sure that Brisket could sense that a whole hell of a lot better than he could. But even now, to his nose he could smell the remnants of the area on him. He wouldn't know just how deep it had gone, but the fact that he had been allowed to keep his body in the Otherworld was at least a testament to his power overall. Even if he didn't seem quite as strong as either of them.. he still had some power to be had.
However, when the man used Brisket's name directly, Asterion blinked. Was this someone that she knew? If so, why was she so willing to attack then? Then again, maybe if that was the case, the fellow was kind of a bad guy? Asterion was about to ask when the man began to reach up to take the garments hiding his features down and off... and as he did so, he looked relatively normal. Just like a young man- definitely Saiyan- but nonetheless he was just a regular-looking fellow.
It took Asterion a half-second longer than Brisket to recognize him- he had been in the World Martial Arts Tournament! "Woah, dude. Why you going around and wearing something to hide yourself?" the large fellow asked, frowning as he looked at Kintsuki. Even if he wasn't as strong as the Wolf and Dragon, the Saiyan was no doubt dangerous enough. "But...yeah, we're headed up to see Garlic Jr," the man spoke, giving a shrug, glancing up toward the moon. Or rather, the "moon."
The fellow glanced to Brisket as she set a hand on his arm, and glanced back to the young Saiyan who might be coming along with them. "You coming, dude?" he asked, and then as Brisket began to place her fingers onto her brow, and there was only a moment of hesitation before they vanished from sight, traveling through spacetime.
As they arrived, the Lismian gave a small grunt, wrinkling his nose. "Stinks here, dudes," he muttered, his gaze flickering around. He didn't see anything right away, but all the same, there was a very real uncertainty here. The very air in this place felt... wrong. "I don't know what we're gonna find here, but I'll take point," he spoke, the tall fellow striding forward. Brisket was certainly stronger than he was, but he was still protective of his cousin. "We'll see what we can find out about this place," he muttered.
"Kintsuki" got a better reaction then he expected from Brisket, he figured that she would have forgotten about him and been a nobody to her, what shocked him more was the fact that the larger sayian knew him. Though once he thought about it he did not care who among them knew then him. Just as long as someone did. Though once asked why he hid himself he is quick to answer "Mostly because I was revived where I died and as such meant I revived on Sadala. I do not know how rare coming back to life is but I have never heard of it before it happened to me. And I figured as a final grace it would be better if at the very least Sadala still thought that the hero "Kintsuki" who died protecting their planet was still dead" As he speaks he mostly does it in a detached way and pronouncing Kintsuki in a odd way.
As he gets threatened by Brisket he can't help but laugh as he walks over to the two of them and says to her "Oh yes I am sure you would try. I still remember what it felt like when h-I got my chest blasted by a spike of energy. Which for the record hurt a lot" Finishing his words by reaching Brisket and also ending it with a smile that would send shivers down the side of a normal person. Once his hand was on Brisket it took but a moment for them to suddenly be on the moon a red haze filling the environment of the moon.
Looking around and agreeing with the larger man "Kintsuki" would say to them "Since we are working together I will tell you what I know. This moon is for Garlic jr. What the normal moon is to sayians, something that allows them greater strength while it is nearby. However the biggest difference that I have heard about is that unlike a sayians moon Garlic jr. does not need the moon to go into his super mode. The moon just does it for him. So while taking it out will be useful he will still be able to use it even without it. He will just need to do it under his own power"
After looking around at the landscape around them which for the most part is not that terrible considering he was in hell, he looks to Brisket who seems to be the sensor of the two to lead the way. Making small talk as he follows her "That is an interesting technique you have. Teleportation like what you did is not that common. Where did you learn it I wonder?" Making his desire to learn it seem more academic then anything else.
Her eyes swept over the new stage the trio stood upon. The red soil of this place stretched almost as far as the eye could see, only at the far ends was there a beautiful view of Yardrat. The planet hanging below them covered the rest. A view that Brisket allowed to burn into her eyes before she took a deep breath and turned.
Beyond the view, this place was barren. Aster spoke then of the place smelling wrong, Brisket agreeing wordlessly with her cousin, giving a simple nod. It wasn't just the creepy vibe the place was giving off. There was a lingering odor of...sulfur? Something. Even her far less developed nose could pick up on it to a degree. She would have plugged her nostrils with a hand, but that would have left her down an arm if they were to be attacked....and given that there was no sign of whatever she'd locked onto to actually instant transmit them to this place...
Upon that realization she narrowed her gaze, once again beginning to feel out the energy of the area with her sixth sense. Kintsuki began to speak then, Brisket looking to him for a moment. He wasn't scared of her, that was fine. So long as he played nice here they'd all walk away just fine. But when the question turned to where she'd learned to do it.
“I wouldn't worry about where I learned it until we straighten this whole thing out.” Brisket replied simply. Turning she caught sight of Aster beginning to move, the Lismian likely following his nose. Maybe he'd picked up on something she hadn't. “We'd better get moving if we don't want to get left behind.” she continued on before falling into step behind the Lismian.
Her strides were quick and springy, and very quickly brought her within a few paces of the Lismian. “Alright, the fact we're here is proof I was able to sense SOMEBODY.” Brisket began as she closed the distance with Asterion. “Instant transmission requires an energy source to lock onto....So now we just need to figure out where it came from."
Of course, with Asterion being part of the Time Patrol, he knew quite well where Brisket had learned and honed the Instant Transmission Technique- right there on Yardrat. Of course, Asterion wasn't able to properly 'sense' anyone with the usual way, which meant that the technique, even if he understood the fundamentals and could do it, was basically useless to him. The way his physiology was, he wasn't able to do much of anything to learn how to sense anyone- it was simply just smelling them out and hoping for the best.
It made his nose a little more effective in areas where there were masses of energy- those who could Sense would often find themselves lost amidst the sheer number of things to 'lock onto' as it were, but unless they also had a great deal of smell as well, Asterion could fairly quickly pick it up and find out where it originated from.
As Brisket moved closer to him then, the woman's swift strides catching up with his long, slower ones, he glanced at her and nodded. "Yeah. Unless this whole place is a power signal?" he asked, glancing at her, unsure of what they were going to be dealing with up here.
However, as they ventured deeper into the star itself, Asterion began to note that there wasn't any of the mist up here. Which, made sense of course, but at the same time made him wonder if Garlic Jr wasn't even up here. If he wasn't... that meant it could be some of his generals? Or followers? Or whoever the hell they were. Asterion admitted his own knowledge on that subject was minor at best, but he also knew that it wasn't exactly as if this thing were sturdy. As he recalled... Gohan was able to simply blow it out of the sky.
Then again, this one seemed a bit more... dangerous than the one he had watched some of the other patrollers deal with. And bigger. "I think..." he began, pausing as he sniffed several times, looking this way and that as he embraced his lismian heritage to find out what would be next, before he lifted a hand, pointing toward a swath of purple grasses and trees. "Whoever they are, they're over there, dude. But if we can get any info, that'd be sweet as hell. Otherwise..." he spoke, making a little 'crack' sound with his tongue and teeth as he mimed breaking a bone with his large hands. "We might as well just planet bust and bounce, dude," he murmured, glancing to Brisket.
Listening to both of them as he follows slowly behind. It makes sense that there are more pressing matters before learning new techniques. Looking around them he can't help but wonder why someone would even be up here. If what the half sayian says is true then that means there must be guards or something. But why? Unless he knew they would try and destroy it. But even then what if we had destroyed it from the ground? Nothing makes sense to him the more he thought about it the more questions he had.
As Aster talks about the moon itself being a power signature he would say "I doubt it. If that was the case my scouter would pick up the moon and give it a power level. But mine says it is a hunk of rock. Which is what it is, though I do agree destroying this as soon as possible is for the best. I don't want to think of fighting him with his ultimate power source in the sky. However if you want information then we can do both. As long as you two can keep the bluff up" After saying that to them in a lower voice he walks forwards a few feet before powering up his ki and holding a hand out and charging a large ball of ki which quickly swells to the size of a human head. Then becoming denser as he never stops charging it trying to get as much power as possible inside before yelling out to where the people were supposed to be.
"Alright whoever you are YOU HAVE EXACTLY 5 SECONDS BEFORE I TURN THIS MOON INTO SPACE DUST" Then he puts his hand to the ground of the moon ready to launch it if he needs to. Though he does walk off to the side so that the other two have clear sight of whoever comes out and acting as a dead man switch incase they are stupid enough to try and attack them. After yelling that and getting to the side he would turn to the two of them and give a wink. Though it may not be that reassuring considering the ball of energy that he still continues to charge and ready to blow at any given moment.