UntamedChapter 5Untamed by SilverLady7
Something was definitely wrong; They were flying in circles for two hours and everything they found were trees and more trees. And occasionally the back or the head of those boring dinossaurs that could belong to Syrup´s family. Beer would have liked to go down and explode a few of those brutes just to burst out, and he knew his companion would be delighted of doing likewise, but it would be stupid. A giant sign written “HELLO, WE ARE RIGHT HERE!” wouldn´t be more effective to alert the so-called Namekians about their presence.
Finally, Beer got tired of sightseeing. He waved to Syrup and they both landed. Beer had warned his subordinate to not talk or make a single sound unless it would be necessary. It was the only thing good there - at least Beer hadn´t to put up with Syrup´s annoying voice and empty talk.
Or so he had thought.
“Did you see that?” the lizard whispered when they landed “Those two stron
Untamed chapter 4Chapter 4 - The Hunted Becomes the HunterUntamed chapter 4 by SilverLady7
Vegetas head jerked upward as his eyes snapped open. Blinking for a few moments, he glared at the inside of his small pod. He couldn't tell exactly what had woken him out of the hibernation. Everything was apparently doing well; the computer worked normally and the pod was going to its destination. So why did he keep feeling like something was wrong?
That eerie, uncomfortable feeling had pursued him since he had arrived at the Ice Planet base. The mission hadn't been very harsh, so Vegeta hadn't gained more than a few superficial scratches to which even a recruit wouldn't pay a second thought. A cold shower, a quick meal and a few hours of rest in his bunker were all he needed - after he had presented his routine report, of course. Inwardly, he hoped that Zarbon was too busy now to receive his report and handed the task to any random officer at hand. That snobbish, blue-faced rascal had claimed to know everything about
Untamed Chapter 2Chapter 2- We´re not Alone in the UniverseUntamed Chapter 2 by SilverLady7
The distant, muffled bellowing broke the peaceful silence which only the soft murmur of the ship devices dared to interrupt - until now. Within a matter of seconds, the bellowing grew stronger and stronger, turning into an enraged scream that seemed to cause the face of the walls to vibrate, even from the place they were seated. The scream was followed by a string of colorful curses mixed with what seemed like stuttering apologies in another voice. A new sound, like the clattering of pans, added to the din, while the stuttered excuses, in their turn, changed into yelps of pain. The two little warriors remained a few moments with their eyes closed, but, as much as they tried, it was clear that their concentration was lost. The bald one was the first to open his eyes, resignedly. He wasn't much taller than his five-year-old companion; at the first sight someone could easily mistake him for another child, but he w
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