Warrior's Daughter Chapter 49Warrior's Daughter Chapter 495 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Chapter 49 - Preliminaries
Chiyo weaved through the crowds of people milling around the area, trying to keep up with her group. The Tenkaichi Budoukai was nothing like her mother and Kuririn had described. It looked more like a festival than a tournament.
Goku, Gohan and Kuririn were deep in conversation when Chiyo brushed past them.
"Goten," she called.
Goten and Trunks, who were walking ahead, turned.
"Here," Chiyo said, piling zeni into her brother's hand. "Use this if you get hungry. Don't spend it all on sweets."
"Why don't I get any?" Trunks grumbled.
Chiyo raised her eyebrows. "Your parents are rich. Don't they give y
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"What did he say?" he said. "Did he say they're not…?"
"Then who -"
"Bullshit!" Vegeta snarled. "If that's not the right Android, then what the hell is it? Well?"
Kuririn turned to him. "Maybe it's no big deal…history turned out differently anyway, right? So maybe the Androids are just changed from what he knows…"
Tenshinhan sighed. "I hope so."
A shadow fell over the area. Chiyo glanced up and saw a red aircar blocking out the sun above, coming in to land. She recognized it as Bulma's aircar, but she sensed three people's chi, not two.
"It's Bulma and Yajirobe," she called, pointing.
"Watch out!" Trunks yelled at the
Warrior's Daughter Chapter 46Warrior's Daughter Chapter 465 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Chapter 46 Son Goten
7th April, 774 A.D.
Son Gohan saved Earth when he ascended to Super Saiyan level 2 and defeated the nightmare known as Cell. But the price was high - his father Goku lost his life in the battle and decided to stay in the Afterlife.
And so seven years passed on Earth and the family of Son Goku carried on in his absence...
Son Gohan slammed the door of the Son family home behind him.
"I'm going, Mother!" he called.
The boy who saved the world had grown into a young man over the years. Taller than his late father, his hair was cut short and stood up in wild spikes. He was wearing casual clothes and had a bag sl
Warrior's Daughter Chapter 31Warrior's Daughter Chapter 315 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Chapter 31 - From Bad To Worse
May 17th, 767 A.D.
Only three more hours passed, but things went from bad to worse. Although Vegeta was certainly strong enough to defeat Cell, he let the monster go to absorb the Android Eighteen and become a challenge for him - which Cell did gladly, although in its perfect form it greatly outmatched Vegeta. The Saiyan was defeated, and while Trunks stepped in with a new form beyond his father's, he too was defeated due to weaknesses in the form.
However, instead of killing Trunks, Cell proposed something entirely different: a game. A martial arts competition much like the Tenkaichi Budoukai, in which it wo
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Chapter 50 - Little Warriors
"HELLO! Welcome to the 25th Tenkaichi Budoukai!"
There was a roar of sound as the people seated in the arena responded to the announcer's cry.
Chiyo watched the spectacle from a balcony in the arena. Her group - minus Gohan - stood nearby, waiting for the junior division to begin.
"It's amazing how much this place has changed," Kuririn commented. "The crowd wasn't half as big when we last competed."
Chiyo glanced at him, remembering the stories Kuririn had told her about the earlier tournaments, in which he and her father had competed when they were around her age. She wondered how the Budoukai had suddenly g
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"Nothing endures but change."
-Heraclitus & Diogenes Laertius, Lives of Eminent Philosophers
Chiyo watched him closely as he lunged for the fat Android, whom she now knew was called Nineteen - he struck Nineteen with a blow she felt as a tremour through the ground, but she couldn't see him. He was so fast she had to scramble to catch up with them, straining her senses to feel rather than to look. It was one of the first lessons Goku had taught her.
"That's it, Son," Tenshinhan muttered. He and Piccolo watched the battle avidly, eyes darting from left to right as the two men - one rea
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Ten minutes passed and the group occupied themselves in any way they could. Piccolo and Tenshinhan seemed content to stand on the edge of the outcropping and gaze down into the city, as if the Androids would suddenly reveal themselves. Yamcha was still sitting on the ground scowling, deep in thought. Chiyo was playing with a frog in the grass, making it dance to the tune of a children's song. Goku, Gohan and Kuririn were gathered around Bulma and baby Trunks, who they were trying their best to amuse.
Kuririn was pulling a truly dreadful face at a laughing Trunks when Piccolo growled, "Someone's coming this way. I sense no malice."
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Chapter 3 - He's Not Going!
When we last left our friends, they were speeding Goku, Gohan and Kuririn to hospital for immediate medical attention. Bulma tried out the remote control on the other Saiyan's space ship, only to have it self-destruct. But soon they were paid a visit by Mr Popo, who took Bulma to the space ship Kami-sama arrived on Earth in
"It's in excellent condition," Bulma said, "and with it we can reach Namek in one month! I just have to fix it up a little. We can leave in five days."
Goku, Gohan, Kuririn, Bulma, Kamesen'nin, Karin, Yajirobe, Chi-Chi and Gyumao listened to Bulma's explanation of the ship and its locat
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"The longest journey is the journey inward."
"Now Chi-Chi, don't be so upset!"
Glowering, Chi-Chi pressed down on the accelerator of the aircar as it shot over the ocean.
"Stuff it, Dad!" she snapped as seawater sprayed them both. "I told them to be back by dark!"
"Goku hasn't been to the Turtle Hut in a dog's age," Gyumao said, wiping his forehead. "Probably had a lotta catching up to do lost track of time "
"Well, good for Goku!" Chi-Chi snapped, and swerved to miss a dolphin leaping gleefully from the water. "Except our son has school!"
Gyumao stared at the back of his daughter's head. "But Chi