It had been a while since the defeat of Kid Buu at the hands of Goku, the Earth finally being at peace. Goku had moved on from all the chaos to begin training Uub, the positive reincarnation of Kid Buu by heading to his village and spending much time there. While Goku was gone and the period of well-deserved peace began, the rest of the Z Fighters and friends were finally relaxing, enjoying life. Most of them made frequent visits to the Kame House where Krillin, Eighteen, Marron, and Master Roshi lived, surrounded by the peaceful sounds of the surrounding waters. This is where our story begins.
Krillin was relaxing in the TV room with Yamcha, channel surfing when Yamcha finally decide to speak up. “Krillin, bro lets watch some of my older baseball games. I need to get prepared for the next season.” Krillin just sighed, knowing that wasn’t the case. Yamcha merely just wanted to show off, highlighting his best moments instead of actually training. “Yamcha, you came all the way over here just so you could watch your baseball games? You could have stayed home and did that.” Yamcha just laughed triumphantly, patting Krillin on the back. “Trust me, once you’ve seen one of my games, you won’t want to stop watching them.” Krillin was about to respond to that when suddenly the sliding door to outside opened.
Krillin and Yamcha both turned around to see Eighteen in the doorway with her and Krillin’s daughter, Marron in her arms. “Oh hey Eighteen! How’s it goin’?” Yamcha asked. “Fine Yamcha. Krillin, I’d like to talk to you.” “Yeah, Eighteen?” “We’ve been hanging around this house too long. I want some fresh air. I’m sure Yamcha can babysit Marron here. RIGHT Yamcha?” “Y—Yeah Eighteen! I can do that! No problem!” Eighteen nodded, carrying Marron over to Yamcha and placing her in his lap as Marron smiled brightly at him. “Yamcha! We can play so many games together!” Yamcha just laughed, tussling her hair before looking over at Krillin. “It’s okay bro, I got this. I’m good with kids. Go on your break with Eighteen.”
Krillin smiled and chuckled at him before giving him a high-five, exiting the Kame House with Eighteen. They stood outside on the porch, the breeze flowing through Eighteen’s hair, making it flow in the wind as Krillin looked up at her. “So what do you have in mind Eighteen? I’ve never seen you so eager to get out.” Eighteen looked up into the sky, taking a calm breath. “I’d like for us to go on a simple trip to the wilderness. Something out of the ordinary, alright? I just want to change things up.” Krillin was surprised but decided to just go with his wife’s plan. “Alright, if that’s what you want.”
Eighteen and Krillin then took off into the air, flying high above the ocean that surrounded the Kamo House at a moderate speed. While they soared in the air, Krillin looked over at Eighteen to see a small smile on her face as they headed to the woods. It had been quite a while since they had some of their own personal time. “How long are we going to be out here?” “Not too long. I don’t trust Yamcha with Marron as much as you do, Krillin. I just didn’t want to leave her with Roshi.” Krillin laughed before responding, “Yeah, even I don’t think that would have been a good idea.” Krillin continued to chuckle, rubbing the back of his head when suddenly the woods appeared under the two. “I guess we’re here, Eighteen.” The two scanned the area before floating down slowly, making contact with the wilderness’s floor when they suddenly felt a strange, yet familiar energy.