I've got to say, demand sure can take away from you. However, it's all good.
If all goes well, then we should get an interesting arc out of this. Let's get back to our heroes now.
Chapter 2: What The…
"Ouch." Jeiku sighed, rubbing his head.
"I can't believe he just took my son." Goku replied, getting up.
"He just picked my sister up like she was nothing." Jeiku moaned, flipping himself back onto his feet.
"You two are aliens!" Bulma cried "And she's a…" Bulma fell over, mumbling like mad, muttering nonsense.
"Well, I always figured we were different." Jeiku sighed "I just never thought we came from space. But that makes perfect sense though."
"What do you mean that makes perfect sense?" Roshi managed "there are tons of people on this planet who aren't exactly human. I just thought you and your sister were like them. You two seemed human enough. I just never realized you three were aliens."
"Well, how are we supposed to get them back?" Goku asked "We don't even know where he is."
Jeiku immediately caught a whiff of something in the air. He started to sniff around.
It was a scent that didn't sit well with him.
"What do you smell kid?" Roshi asked "I doubt it's the sea."
He immediately froze when he recognized the scent. It was Piccolo, the Demon King.
"Not good." Jeiku replied "Piccolo's coming!"
Looking up at the sky, they had only seconds to react as Piccolo landed right in front of them with force, throwing up sand.
"Not you!" Jeiku sighed, rubbing the sand out of his eyes "Can this day possibly get worse?"
"Silence kid." Piccolo calmly enunciated "I saw what the Saiyan has done already."
"I swear," Jeiku yelled "If he tries anything with Kyara, he'll be lunch meat!"
"Yes, but do you have what it takes to back that threat up?" Piccolo asked.
Jeiku didn't speak for a moment.
"I thought so." Piccolo sighed.
"Why are you even here?" Goku asked, confused.
"I am here to propose a truce." Piccolo sighed "I know that The Saiyan poses a threat to the entire world. I am willing to work with the two of you to defeat him."
"Why?" Jeiku asked, confused.
"Because with the world gone, I will have nothing to rule." Piccolo sighed.
"I guess it's settled." Jeiku sighed "If we're to defeat the Saiyan, we have to work together."
"I think we'll meet him in two hours." Piccolo suggested "That way, we can get whatever resources we'll need to fight him. We'll rendezvous at the Saiyan's landing site then. Remember, two hours."
"Got it." Goku and Jeiku replied in unison.
"We'll meet then."
Raditz landed at a crater, and set her down. She was dropped straight onto the ground.
Turning around, she could see Raditz put Gohan in what seemed to be a small spaceship. However much the kid screamed though, Raditz would continue to ignore him.
"Now." The Saiyan replied, grinning, holding what seemed to be a metal strip "Time to make sure you don't run away."
She froze at this. She already didn't like the object Raditz had in his hand.
She tried getting onto her feet, hoping to run away.
"I've got you." The Saiyan replied, having grabbed her.
She immediately felt drained. Turning around, she saw that he was holding her by the tail.
"You should be proud to be my slave." He drawled, putting the object by her neck.
The metal piece turned into a collar, fitting exactly around her neck.
"Much better." He sighed, letting go of her tail.
She became alert immediately at this. She turned around, and saw Raditz just laughing, and looking at her.
He flew as fast as he could, head full of thoughts. He felt he already had most all of the resources he would need. However, there was a question that had been burning in his heart since he was 17.
He knew of only one place where it could be answered; Jonki Farm. The place where he grew up. He hoped his parents still lived there.
Flying a bit lower, he could see the fields, now full of maize, ready for harvest.
Up ahead, he could see the farmhouse, and the pole barn. He began to slow down.
Within a single minute, he was already on the ground, right at thefront door.
As usual, the bell still hung. He grinned for a moment, taking in the primitivism that came to characterize the farm.
He rang it, producing a clear, shrill note.
"Just a minute!" A man's voice replied. It sounded familiar enough, yet with a further age to it.
He wondered who it could be at the door. It sure was unusual that the farm got visitors. He hoped it wasn't the Red Ribbon Army. He'd seen in the news that they were starting to move to the area.
Opening the door, he saw someone he never expected to see in a long time. His adopted son, complete with tail.
"Jeiku?" he asked, just to be certain.
"Father," he asked the man.
The man nodded. "My god, it's so good to see you again." He replied, wrapping Jeiku in a big hug.
"Father, I have terrible news," he sighed "In addition to a burning question."
"I figured you would come back." A woman's voice replied. Out from the kitchen, stepped his mother.
"How are you Jeiku?" His mother asked "Where's your sister?"
"A visitor from space came and kidnapped her." He sighed. "He called himself a Saiyan. He had a tail just like ours, and was incredibly strong."
His parent's froze at this. "Why have you come to us with this news son?" His father asked "Shouldn't you be off rescuing her?"
"I will." Jeiku sighed "But I first have some questions that need to be answered."
"Well come in." His mother instructed. "I see we are finally going to have the talk we'd been meaning to have."
He took a seat on the couch. The family radio was playing, some news broadcast, or one of those 'rave-and-rant' talk shows.
"How exactly did my sister and I come to you?" Jeiku asked, serious look on his face.
"Well," Jonki replied "You and your sister came to us from the sky. In a spaceship of sorts."
"Do you still have it?" He asked. "I want to see it."
"Of course I do." Jonki replied. "Follow me."
He followed his 'father' down out the back door straight ahead from the room, and out into the back yard. He followed him to the shed out in the backyard, at the edge of the grass, right before the field. It was right next to the pole barn.
Growing up, he remembered that the shed was the one place on the property that they were not allowed to go to. Their parent's told them that what was inside was something they were not ready for yet.
Jonki took out a key, and put it in the padlock. "I was meaning to show you two when you both turned 13, but you two left when you were 11, remember?"
There was a click, and the padlock came undone. "It's very important that you take this all in while you can."
Jonki opened the shed. Inside, it was completely dark.
"Here we go." He reached into the shed, and flipped a switch.
Inside, was a round spherical spaceship, with just enough room for one person to fit inside cramped.
"You and your sister came in this here machine." Jonki sighed "Just came from the sky, landed in the middle of the field. At the time, your mother and I had just found out we were unable to have kids. Your arrival was an answer to our prayers."
He couldn't believe it. All these years, he thought he was human. He put his head in his hands, and fell to his knees, shaking.
The Saiyan really was right; his sister and him really are aliens.
"No," he whispered "this can't be."
"It is son." Jonki replied "You and your sister came from space."
He took his head out of his hands, and clenched his fists. "I've got business to take care of."
"I have something for you." Jonki replied. "If you'll follow me to the book room, I'll give it to you."
He followed the old man back into the house, and back down the hall. The third door on the left was the Book Room, where all of the literature the family acquired was kept. It had a few other things, heirlooms, and other trinkets. There was one object on the top shelf that immediately caught his attention. It was a box.
Jonki reached up, and grabbed it. "In here is our most prized family heirloom." The old man explained, taking the lid off the box. "It's the family katana. One of my ancestors was a samurai. This sword is all we have left from him; or at least what I inherited. Your uncle inherited the armor."
Inside the box, was a katana and sheath. It had a 3 foot blade to it.
"I haven't had much need for it." Jonki sighed "I imagine you'd get more use out of it."
Jeiku picked up the sword, and drew it from the sheath partially. "It's a fine blade." He replied "It'll serve me well." He paused "Thank you father." He put the sword back in the sheath, before tying it at his waist.
"I have to leave now." Jeiku sighed, walking out of the room.
"I understand." Jonki sighed "Will you two please visit sometime?"
Jeiku replied, "I'll be sure to." Before exiting from the back door. He took to the air, and flew like lightning, making sure to arrive at the rendezvous point.
She had been at Raditz' landing site a while, and was currently sitting at the lip of the crater. She kept an eye on Raditz though, hoping that he wouldn't look for even a moment.
Currently, the Saiyan was eating something, some small animal he must have caught.
Looking over the lip of the crater, she could see blood flowing over his hands and down his face.
She gagged, realizing that Raditz was eating the creature raw.
"I've got to get out of here." She whispered.
She slid down the crater, and landed right by the Space Pod. Inside, she could see the kid in there, scared and crying for his father.
"Hey." She whispered to the kid.
The kid looked at her.
"I'm gonna go get help." She whispered. "Just sit tight."
"I want my daddy!" the kid sobbed, even louder than ever.
"It's like talking to a wall." She whispered. She was okay with kids, but not yet ready to become a mother in her eyes.
She worked to climb up the other edge of the crater, succeeding with ease.
There, only twenty meters ahead, was the tree-line for the forest. She glanced behind her; Raditz was still occupied with his food.
She made a break for it, running as fast as her feet could take her to the forest.
The scouter beeped. The Saiyaness was running away, to the forest.
Rather than chase after her, he simply pressed a button on it, activating a special feature in the collar he put on her.
Just as she was about to break through the bushes into the forest, she felt a terrible shock.
The collar produced an electric current, bringing her to her knees on the ground as her muscles began to spasm. She screamed.
"I figure you've had enough." Raditz sighed from slightly above.
In an instant, the torture stopped.
She took a few moments to gather her breath. She couldn't believe it.
"I figured you would try to run away." Raditz replied "So I put this collar on you to keep you here. It produces just enough current to stop you in your tracks, and torture you, without ever reaching the threshold of death. Perfect for slaves."
She turned around, looking up at him. She couldn't believe this.
"I'm getting bored and am starting to feel carnal." He replied "I say it's time I had a bit of fun." He grinned, looking down on her.
She froze at this. The Saiyan was going to rape her!
He flew down, right on top of her.
She tried to crawl away.
"I don't think so woman." He sighed, grabbing her tail yet again.
She felt drained of all energy.
"Now." He replied, bending down on top of her, "Time for a bit of fun." He started to use his tail to feel around her. The tail explored all over her, feeling everything from what lay between her legs, to her breasts.
"Now." He replied, "Time for the main act."
He reached for her waistband, and began to manipulate her pants, attempting to pull them down.
He'd let go of her tail to do this, but she felt so powerless.
Within a few minutes, against all of her struggling, he managed to pull down her pants, revealing a set of black panties.
She screamed, loud as she could, the single word "RAPE!"
Raditz laughed at this, as he proceeded to try to work the underwear.
I love cliffhangers! I'm leaving you with this, seeing as you've got a nice place to leave you hanging on.
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