Author's Notes- Hey Guys! I've been away from my PC for a couple of weeks, and even though I used my brother's computer, I had limited access. I was also deliberating with myself trying to add another romance chapter here that I hadn't planned on, but I really couldn't come up with any ideas, so I just gave up and decided to go with my original plan. As such, this took way longer than it was supposed to. But it's here now, so enjoy!

I don't own any of the characters or anything, except for my OC's.

Cut: Super Saiyan

Chapter 12- Club Night! A Mate For Lapis?

The next morning, after breakfast, I asked Lapis to sit down with me so I could deliver the tragic news. I told him and he was not taking it well.

"I'm sorry, Lapis. But we knew this day was coming." I said.

"But why? Why?" Lapis lamented. "Why would you do this, Cut?"

"It has to be this way. I'm sorry, but it's the only way. There's no way around it this time." I responded.

"Will you at least make it quick?" He begged.

"I will make it as quick and painless as possible for you." I told him.

"Oh my god, will you stop being such a baby? It's just shopping!" Lazuli scolded him. I burst out laughing, my little tragedy routine coming to an abrupt end.

"Man, I was having fun pretending to feel an out-pour of sympathy for him." I said between laughs.

"Wait, you think this is funny? You have no sympathy?" Lapis asked, shocked and angry.

"I have sympathy, just not quite as much as I was pretending to have. Seriously, I know going shopping with your sister and I doesn't sound like fun, but how else are you going to find a mate? You do want a mate, don't you?" I asked him.

"Well… yea..." He answered. "But why would you specifically suggest it right now?"

"To be honest, I thought about what would have happened if my plan hadn't worked, or if I wasn't able to stop Trunks. You would have been killed before you can know the joy of companionship. The way you guys ran over the inhabitants of this planet, you should know that now that you're no longer the strongest ones here, any day can be your last. It seems like an ordeal, but it will be worth it, and we shouldn't waste any more time." I explained seriously.

He sighed. I could tell he wasn't looking forward to it. "Did you even bring any money?"

"Actually, I have some saved up. I took it from some of the people you guys killed, back when you still did that. I planned on using it to buy meals, but then I learned to cook my own, so I just saved it." I explained.

"And you didn't give me any? You know how much I wanted to go shopping!" Lazuli shouted at me.

"Well… I didn't know if I had enough for more than one shopping trip, and he seemed like he needed it a little more. Wasn't it you who was scolding him for wearing the same outfit all the time?" I asked her with a victorious smirk.

"Grrr! Stop using my own words against me!" She growled.

"But it's so much fun!" I laughed. "Serious question, though. If you like having so many different outfits, why do you only ever wear the clothes you have on right now?"

"I still want more clothes!" She said stubbornly.

"I'll figure something out." I told her.

"What do you mean you'll figure something out?" She demanded.

"Well, umm… I don't know. Maybe we can buy you something if you see something you like." I said quickly to get her to stop bugging me.

Luckily, I had eaten breakfast before that since I knew Lapis wouldn't be happy about having to go shopping, so we were at the store less than an hour later.

"Why are we at a store that only sells men's clothes?!" Lazuli shouted.

"Because we were getting something for a man." I answered simply.

"But you said you'd get me something if I saw something I liked!" She argued.

"I guess you won't be seeing anything you like, so I won't have to buy it. Problem solved, right?" I said, bursting out into laughter.

"Grrrrrrrrrr!" She growled.

"Oh my god, will you shut up?! Seriously, you can't handle going on one shopping trip getting something for someone other than yourself? You probably have ten stores' worth of clothes back home!" Lapis shouted at his sister frustratedly. She just glared at him, then turned to me.

"You might think you're stronger than me, but I can still beat the crap out of you." Lazuli threatened darkly, to which I smirked.

"How about this, after the trip we can spar, and you can take your… frustrations… out on me?" I suggested.

"Fine, but you won't be smiling when I do." She said.

I turned my attention back to Lapis. He was looking through some clothes that I thought looked nice, but might not do a good job of disguising him. How strongly did he feel about not wanting to get his hair cut? If he didn't, people were bound to recognize him. I suddenly realized another problem.

"How are people on this planet supposed to dress for a nightclub?" I asked Lazuli.

She just shrugged. It was going to be pretty hard to find him something appropriate if I had no idea what he should wear.

"Maybe we can get one of each different style of clothing." I said, walking into the store.

Lapis tried a few outfits on, and we all agreed on one particular outfit for each different style of clothing. One was a suit, which, when I watched television on various planets, I saw men wear when they went to their jobs or a fancy event of some sort. One was a simple purple shirt and jeans. We also got him some new sneakers, an extra pair of jeans, and an alternative shirt, which was light blue and buttoned down, that could go with either style. By the time we went to pay for them, I had forgotten what exactly they looked like.

"You can have it. It's free! Go on and take whatever you like!" The cashier stuttered. Of course, he was expecting the androids to just rob him.

"No, we're paying for it. That's why I'm here, I'm making sure he's paying for everything he takes." I explained.

"Yea, my sister is a thief but I'm not like her, I pay for my clothes." Lapis added. I gave him a somewhat amused look. Lazuli had been waiting outside for us, so she didn't hear him.

We managed to pay for the whole thing and have some spare money left over. Just as we were finishing up, I couldn't hold my amusement at Lapis's comment in anymore. I burst out laughing.

"It was a pleasure doing business with you, sir!" Lapis called out as we exited the store. I would have said a similar farewell if I could have stopped laughing.

We got outside and Lazuli was waiting for us, finally seeming to have calmed down from the unpleasant temper she was having earlier. Unfortunately, though, I was still laughing when we met up with her. Lapis looked at me.

"What? Because I said I wasn't a thief like my sister?" Lapis questioned my amusement.

"Oh please, you would take whatever you want if you ever actually wanted any clothes." Lazuli argued with him.

"That's not true, sis. You just give us a bad reputation always stealing clothes." Lapis shot back.

"Are you serious? I give us a bad reputation? At least I don't blow up all the clothing stores!" She seethed.

I flew off towards their living quarters ahead of them, so I could laugh at their arguing. As they flew behind me, I couldn't hear much of their argument anymore, but I still snickered. After a few minutes, Lazuli suddenly phased beside me, glaring.

"Stop laughing!" She scolded.

"Gah!" I screamed, startled. "I'm sorry." I said lamely.

"Stop enjoying our arguments! You were spying on us that one day, weren't you? That's how you knew I yelled at him for wearing the same thing all the time!" She brought up.

"Uh… well… I wasn't really spying, per se. I just didn't want to interrupt." I tried to defend.

"Whatever. You better be prepared for that sparring session you said you would give me." She said, a malicious grin suddenly making its way to her face.

"Sure." I replied, a blush forming.

We got back to the quarters, and Lapis and I went to his room to put the clothes away. I voiced my concern to him.

"Lapis, are you sure you don't want a haircut? Even if you change clothes, with that style of hair, people are bound to recognize you." I said.

"But I like my hair!" He whined.

"Yes, but sometimes we have to make sacrifices in order to get what we want. I suppose it's been a while since either of you had to sacrifice anything to get what you want. But trust me, it is worth it." I told him.

"Okay, fine. You want to cut my hair?" He asked.

"Um...me?" I stumbled.

"Don't tell me you were pushing for me to get a haircut and had no idea who was supposed to actually cut my hair! I mean, your name is Cut, I would think you could cut hair." He said, snickering.

"I cannot cut hair. Ironic, I know." I said, smiling. "I think we have a little money left over from the shopping. Take about twenty-five dollars and go to the nearest hair cuttery. I trust you not to try using any five finger discounts."

"Okay." He said simply. I handed him the leftover change and he promptly flew out the door. As I descended the stairs from his room, Lazuli came over to me.

"Where'd he take off to in such a hurry?" She asked.

"He went for a haircut." I told her. She snorted.

"Seriously? I thought he'd never get one. I suggested it to him, and he said he'd get it cut if I shaved my head bald." She said.

"I hope you don't plan on doing that any time soon." I chuckled.

"Speaking of bald, I can't believe you said that the other me from the past wanted to be with some bald shorty. I should kill Trunks for making that happen to me."

"I guess she had different tastes than you. To be fair, he seemed like a nice enough person. Besides, she may have been technically the same as you, but she was completely different from you."

"I sure hope I'm not like her. You said she smelled bad."

I let out a small laugh at her comment. "It wasn't really that bad, but yea, that would be one of the differences between you and her. But there was other stuff too. I would prefer you to her any day."

"Thanks, but don't think that means you're getting off the hook. I want to have that spar. Now." She said with a wicked grin.

A few minutes later we were set up in a gym-like room to spar. We weren't going to be using any blasts or anything, so it was safe to do right inside the house.

"Why aren't you wearing a shirt?" She asked me.

"The suit I usually wear is my favorite one, and last time I had a huge battle with you while wearing it, you messed it up pretty bad. I don't know exactly how long it took Nomu to fix it, but I don't want to be without it for that long again. You of all people should understand me not wanting to get my favorite outfit ruined." I explained.

I stayed in my base form and we just mostly practiced jabs on each other. As usual, she packed a punch, and since I wasn't Super Saiyan, it did a decent amount of damage. Every one of her blows landed on my unprotected torso. It hurt, and eventually I had to quit. But she promptly took me to my room to dote on me. It was somewhat painful when she ran her hands along my chest, but the pain was worth it. I caught myself staring at her beautiful blue eyes, which I now noticed had a hint of mischief in them.

"Your eyes..." I said without meaning to.

"I know, my eyes are adorable, aren't they? I think they're even better looking than yours." She said with a smile. I giggled at her mock narcissism.

"I don't know about that. I mean, mines can change colors." I countered, using a fragment of Super Saiyan power to make my eyes flash green.

She leaned down and kissed me. I closed my eyes and melted into the kiss. In this moment, I wondered how I could have ever thought that this would be wrong. It felt so right. When she finished, she swatted my chest playfully.

"Oh shut up. You know you're lucky to have me." She teased.

I just smiled up at her. She leaned down for another kiss, but then we heard the front door slam. Lapis was back. I tossed on a dark blue t-shirt, the one Gohan had given me. My body was still sore, but I got up and went downstairs to see what he looked like. Lapis was standing in the kitchen when we found him. He looked up at us.

"Like it?" He asked.

His hair was much shorter now. He no longer had bangs or anything, there was just a little bit of longer hair at the top of his head. It looked somewhat like Trunks' hair did, except that the hair didn't hang down to his eyes. It didn't hang down at all, there was just some longer hair that lay across the top of his head, still with the part in the middle. I thought it looked interesting, it was different from the other men I'd seen on this planet.

"It looks good, a nice change up in my opinion." I told him. "And once you put on the new clothes, I'm pretty sure no one will recognize you."

"I think it looks weird." Lazuli said. I could tell by her smirk that she was just trying to annoy him.

"What? Really?" He asked, surprised.

"So did you actually pay the barber?" I asked him.

"Sort of. I tried to hand it to him, but he was absolutely terrified and wouldn't take it, so when he was finished, I just put the money on the counter and left it there." He explained. "You know, I thought I would have a hard time getting used to not killing anymore. But to be honest, I'm kind of over being the big scary android. I just want to be normal."

"We'll need to get you a few more outfits if you want to blend in. I'm not sure how right now, but we'll think of something." I said.

I was honestly surprised about this. Based on how he was acting before, I thought Lapis would certainly have a harder time adjusting to the 'no killing' rule than his sister. But now it seems like he's been wanting to quit for a while. The rest of the day passed by without anything out of the ordinary.

A couple of weeks later, I was back at the restaurant. I had cooked a lot of food to eat, more than I had previously. It was about ten to fifteen times the amount I had eaten before. I had been using the freezer to preserve the meat I had gathered. I didn't realize before that Saiyans need to eat a lot more than other beings. That was probably why I wasn't increasing my strength at the rate that the other Super Saiyans I ran into were.

As I came to set the plate of meat down at one of the tables, I saw a strange flying vehicle landing in front of the shop. It wasn't a spaceship or anything, it looked more like a flying car. I could sense both Nomu and Trunks outside, and two other weaker ki signals that seemed familiar, but I couldn't quite place why. I went to the door and opened it to greet them, and found myself face to face with Bulma.

"Cut! I hope you don't mind the surprise visit." She greeted.

"Um, no, not at all. Come in." I answered, holding the door for them. I hoped I had enough food. I could cook some more if needed.

After Bulma walked through the door, Nomu and Trunks followed. The fourth and final person to walk in was Chi Chi. I hadn't seen her since the night we'd had the argument about being friends with the androids. I tensed up. The four of them all took seats at the table next to the one that I had sat the meat on. The platter was big enough to take up that whole table, which is why no one sat there.

"Would you guys like some food? I can cook more meat if I need to." I offered. "You guys take what you need from the platter, I'll go make some more."

I walked back to the kitchen to cook more meat, and when I turned around, I saw Chi Chi in there too. I hadn't noticed before, but she had brought some vegetables with her.

"Oh, hey Chi Chi. Look, about last time we met, I'm really sorry for blowing up on you like that. Literally. You had a perfectly understandable reason to be upset with me." I admitted to her.

"I know, but it's in the past, Cut. Besides, it turns out you were right about the androids. Trunks thought they deserved a second chance too. When I first heard that he wanted to spare Eighteen, I was furious with him too. But it looks like it was the right call after all. I know that Gohan wouldn't want me to hold a grudge against either you or Nomu over it." She told me.

"I… Thank you for understanding, Chi Chi. You've been very hospitable to us, and it would have been a shame if we couldn't come to an agreement." I responded.

"Yea. So, I was thinking, maybe I should take you up on that offer to have some vegetables with your meat." She suggested. Oh yeah, I had said something about that long ago.

"Yes, that sounds nice."

So she cooked her vegetables and I cooked some more meat. When we were done, the two of us headed back to the table, where Trunks and Bulma were still eating.

"Who wants some veggies?" Chi Chi asked warmly. Trunks and Bulma promptly took some.

"Thank you both. The food is delicious." Trunks said politely.

I smiled and placed some meat and vegetables onto a plate, and quickly dug in. Chi Chi's vegetables went perfectly with the meat. She had cooked a lot of them too, so I was able to have how much I needed. I had just finished my third plate of food when Bulma spoke.

"So Cut, you're probably wondering why we decided to drop in on you like this." She stated.

"Actually, yes, I am. I hadn't wanted to be rude, considering I'm on thin ice with a lot of you, but is there something I can help you with?" I asked carefully.

"We wanted to smooth things over with you and Nomu." She informed me. "You see, Trunks went for a haircut yesterday, and the barber had a rather interesting story to tell him. Apparently Android Seventeen came there a couple of weeks ago and actually paid for the haircut. I guess the androids really have changed. And it's thanks to you."

"It is wonderful to hear how much you've helped them turn their actions around, my friend." Nomu congratulated me.

"Ever since I heard about what happened to them, I knew they didn't have to be evil forever. I'm very happy that you guys understand now." I said, smiling. Trunks reached into his pockets and pulled out a stack of currency, handing it to me.

"Here. That's enough money for the three of you to buy whatever you need. I'll be heading back to the past later today for the tournament that my mom told us about, but that should be more than enough to last you until I get back." He explained.

"Thank you, Trunks. And good luck at that tournament." I replied. "There's one more thing I was hoping to ask you guys. He got that haircut because he wanted to live a normal life and meet someone special. Are there any clubs or social establishments that you happen to know of?"

"There's a club just outside of West City, and I don't think the androids attacked there. He's bound to meet someone there, but he'll need to dress up for it. They're having an event tomorrow night." Bulma answered, handing me directions to the place.

"Alright. Thanks!" I told her.

Once they were done eating, they all said their goodbyes. Nomu flew back towards the ship, and the others piled back into the flying car, which took off towards Capsule Corporation. I ate the rest of the food and took off towards the androids' living quarters.

I informed them about the event at the club, and Lapis agreed that we should go. I had to use a little of the money Trunks gave me to pick up a nice suit for myself, since I forgot to the day we went shopping for Lapis. The next night, the two of us were getting ready to go.

We came down the stairs, each wearing our suits. Lazuli was going to be our judge as far as how our suits looked.

"You guys look awesome." She said to us both.

"Thanks, sis." Lapis replied. She walked up and grabbed my collar.

"Remember, you're mine. No doing anything with anyone else." She warned.

"As if I would. The women here, for me, would mostly be the 'damsel in distress' type. I don't care much for that." I said to her.

"Good. Later, bro! Bring someone home with you!" She said as we were on our way out.

We followed the directions and flew towards the venue. We didn't have any cars, and walking all the way there would take too long, so we had to fly. But we couldn't fly the complete distance there.

"You know, I was coming with you to help you since it's been a while since you've talked to humans, but I haven't communicated with them much either." I admitted.

"We'll figure something out." Lapis said, mimicking my response from when we went shopping.

"We'll have to land just a little ways from the place and walk the rest of the way there." I told him.

"What? But why?" He questioned.

"Because if people see you flying, at the very least, it will look suspicious. It might even blow your cover completely. Most of the inhabitants of this planet can't fly."

So when we got close to the place, we landed to go the rest of the way on foot. The venue was big enough to be seen from a distance, so we knew we were close. Still, the darkness of the night concealed our flight, so we landed without making a scene. We began to walk.

"Wow. Walking like this is more tiring than I thought." Lapis complained.

"I know. But just be glad you're not running."

We finally made it to the venue. The embarrassing part was when the gentleman at the door asked us to pay the fee. I had no idea how much it was. I pulled out the stack of currency and handed it to Lapis, who counted it out and gave the gentleman the correct amount. But I hadn't planned on what happened next.

"Can we see your ID?" He asked.

"Um…" I stammered. They never asked for anything like that on the other planets. I turned to Lapis. "Do you know what that is?"

"He wants to see your identification." Lapis responded.

"He wants me to identify myself?" I asked, confused.

"No, he wants to see a driver's license." The android informed me.

"Do you have that? I don't think I have that." I told Lapis.

"No, I'm pretty sure neither of us has one." He responded.

"Well, um…. We…. I…. Is there… maybe some… other way..?" I stumbled.

"I'm sorry, but if you don't have identification-" The gentleman started before Lapis grabbed his arm.

"Listen up, human." He spat. "Look at me. Do you recognize me?"

The gentleman's eyes went wide. "Y-you're one of the androids!" Lapis covered his mouth.

"That's right. Now I've been very nice to you humans lately and even paid your little fee. But if you don't let me and my friend pass, I'm going to be very upset." His glare made the gentleman flinch as he took his hand away from his mouth.

"Okay, you may go!" He told us quickly.

"We weren't supposed to do that, but we didn't really have a choice." I whispered to Lapis as we walked in.

The venue was quite fancy, certainly the most upscale place on this planet. Easily in the top three of the nicest places I've ever seen. There were a lot of flashing lights and loud music. [Unknowingly, Lapis and I got separated.] We waded through the crowds of people to the dance floor, which was packed. Many people were dressed just as fancily as us, and I could see a few women that Lapis may be interested in. I turned around to ask him if he liked any of them, but he was nowhere to be found. I had lost him in the sea of people.

I noticed that the venue had two levels, and there was a banister overlooking the dance floor. It took a while, but I made my way to the second level and looked down on the dance floor. I finally spotted Lapis, and he was dancing with a woman. I smiled, and decided to retreat to the edges of the venue for the time being.

As I leaned against the wall, I noticed some strange ki signals appearing close to the place. I could sense Saiyans, Namekians, and humans. Among them, I recognized Prince Vegeta and even Krillin. I guessed that Trunks had brought them here from the past for some reason. To have a celebration, maybe? Or they might have wanted to see how we were doing. However, I didn't sense Trunks at all.

[Lapis]

Lapis saw Cut wade into the sea of people ahead of him, but had trouble keeping up with his friend. Before long, he couldn't find Cut anywhere. He was getting uncomfortable in a place as crowded as this. Maybe he should just go home, and they can come back when there's a few less people. He turned and began to edge towards the exit. The music was so loud, he could barely hear anything. He had gotten to a quieter spot when he bumped into a woman.

"Oh, I'm sorry!" She quickly apologized.

"Um, it's okay." He responded, already turning to leave.

"Wait!" The woman called. He stopped and turned around. "Would you like to dance? With me?"

Lapis figured he might as well, after all, the whole reason for coming here was to meet someone. "Sure."

The two made their way back towards the dance floor. Lapis took the opportunity to get a good look at the girl. She was a young girl, about the same age that he looked to be. She had dark brown hair and matching eyes, and a small mouth which was set in a smile. Her voice was high pitched, but pleasant and not at all annoying. She was decent enough looking, he supposed.

By the time they got to the dance floor, there was a slower song playing. He had his arm around her shoulder, with his opposite hand intertwined with hers. This was all so new to him, being this close and intimate with a human. Yet, it felt right. In this moment, he wondered why he had thought this was wrong. He didn't notice the girl lean up to his ear.

"Want to get some fresh air?" She asked, loudly so he could hear her. He nodded, rather than trying to shout his answer back to her.

They made their way to an outside balcony, where no other people were, and they could hear each other clearly. The girl turned to him and smiled.

"What's your name?" She asked.

"Lapis. And you?" He answered.

"Rose. Nice to meet you." She told him.

"So, you come here often?" He asked.

"I've only been here a couple of times before. The crowded space really gets to me."

"Yeah, me too. It's actually my first time here."

For a while, there was silence. Lapis wasn't really sure what to say next. He thought she was interesting enough, but he never really had the chance to be a smooth talker.

"If I tell you something, will you please not hurt me?" She suddenly asked in a tiny voice.

"Of course. I wouldn't hurt you!" He said somewhat frantically. For some reason, he really didn't want her to be afraid of him.

"I know who you really are." She said.

"Huh?"

"You're one of the androids, right?" She asked him. Lapis' eyes went wide. He was pretty convinced that it would be hard to recognize him. Then again, that guy at the door recognized him.

"I..." He trailed off.

"It's okay. I don't think you're truly a bad person." She assured him.

"Really, you don't? I… I didn't think anyone would ever accept me." He said, looking down.

"I was standing in that crowd of people when you deflected the other android's blast. You saved me. I knew you weren't that bad when you did that." She revealed.

"Yea, I haven't wanted to kill people for a long time. Sometimes I wish I wasn't an android." He said.

"You're a lot nicer than that other android. She always robs the clothing stores and sometimes kills the owner. You're not like her. The entrance fee here is 500 zeni, and you still actually pay when you want something." Lapis began laughing at that comment. "What?"

"Nothing, it's just that the guy I came here with laughed at me when I said that."

"Wait, you came here with another guy?"

"Yea. Funny story, actually. He's dating my sister."

"You have a sister?"

"Yea, the other android. She's my sister."

"Oh."

"Yea. The guy wanted to help me find a girlfriend, so he took me here. I guess he didn't want me to feel like a third wheel."

"He sounds nice."

"Nicer than I would have imagined. Between you and me though, my sister's totally got him wrapped around her finger. I was pretty sure I'd never find someone like that."

Rose giggled at his comment. "Well, call me crazy, but I think you're a sweet guy. I know this a little fast, but do you want-"

She stopped mid-sentence. Lapis looked up to see her eyes wide and a strange, fearful expression on her face. She started… melting. Last he checked, humans didn't melt. But somehow she was melting. Pretty soon, all that was left of her was the dress she was wearing, and her shoes.

"Rose, no!" Lapis shouted.

As the now empty dress fell to the ground, a green, reptilian tail with a needle on the end was revealed to be behind it. The tail retreated into a dark corner. Lapis's eyes followed it and he found himself staring at a pair of monstrous eyes.

"There you are, Seventeen. I would have never found you if not for that sweet, sweet girl." The monster said. His voice sounded raw and snake-like.

"What did you do to her?" Lapis demanded.

The monster stepped into the light. It was green and resembled a giant, green, humanoid cockroach, with a strange needle tail.

"I absorbed her. But don't worry, you'll be joining her soon." The creature drawled.

"Absorb this!" Lapis cried, throwing his fist into the creature's face. He was shocked when it had no effect.

Next, he charged up a ki blast and hurled it at the creature, who instantly deflected it. Lapis launched into a full scale assault, but the creature blocked all of his blows. The tail lashed out and whipped him across the outdoor balcony. Lapis quickly stood back up, but the creature had already crossed the distance to him and gripped his throat.

"It's time to get absorbed, Seventeen. Once you and Eighteen are part of me, I'll be unstoppable!" The creature finished, suddenly punching Lapis and sending him crashing through the windows and back into the venue.

Author's Notes- Okay, so that's the end of chapter 12. That ended up being even longer than I thought it would be. I really struggled with some parts of the chapter. I was intending to show more details of the sparring session, but my brain just failed me. So what I might do is make another story that is somewhat of a spin-off to this one, where I could post 'deleted scenes' that I can't fully develop within the story itself. This would also allow me to put some lemon content there. I can't put a lemon chapter in the main story because there are youngsters reading this. Anyway, I hope you guys enjoyed this chapter, I have three more that were originally planned, though I may tack on another one at the end. The next chapter will have what is probably going to be the biggest fight in this story. As always, reviews are appreciated and stay tuned!

Next Time: Cell has shown up, but Trunks is away! Can Cut and the others deal with this threat? Or can they at least keep him from reaching his perfect form until Trunks returns?