Everyone knows that originally, Raditz was the weakest of the surviving saiyans and was killed off at the very beginning og Z. Now, what if instead, he had not been the way he was? What if things had happened differently? Well, that's what this is about. An A.U Raditz who not only joined the Z-Fighters, but discovered his own what and his own potential as a fighter worthy to be called the son of Bardock.
Hey there! I'm ready to jump into some rp, but if you're not feel free to add me on discord! It's a much better way to get back to me for OOC than on Ani. Frankly, I don't look at my comments frequently enough- I spend more time in messages (Which I use for 1 on 1 rps) or groups.
“Do I sense a test coming on?” She threw her fist in the air as she let out a cheer. “Alright! This is the part where things get interesting! I came pretty close to beating mom one time so I’m sure this will be a nice opportunity to learn a thing or two.”
“Hmm..” she tapped her finger against her chin before her eyes grew large and her expression grew wide. With her arms thrown up in the air she made a ‘ding’ sound as if an idea had just gone off in her head. Now pointing two fingers at him she gave an innocent smile as she spoke calmly. “Why don’t you just train me instead? If you can help me out maybe it’ll be easier to get your brother interested in helping me Or even Master Roshi for that matter.”
“Yeah, I’ve met Mister Goku and he sure is something! I can see why his friends rely on him so much, and I’ve heard so much about Master Roshi. Though I hear you have to bring him a woman or something to even get him to consider helping you.” She rolled her eyes at the thought. “Old guys are so weird. Mom says men like that are no good.”
“I keep up with him so I know all about it. I don’t care if he’s reached god level. I’ll just have to keep on working until I can achieve something close to it. Even if a human can’t reach god power if I can just come close enough to it and become smarter than him I can win. You shouldn’t let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game.” Rei-Rin grinned as she stretched her arms out before resting them behind her head. “I’m not afraid of failing a few times.”