the defeated Zann had disappeared into amnesiac anonymity and
his horrific golems had been slain, the people of Earth were left
with a planet that no longer looked very inviting. Each of its
major cities except for Central Capital had been mostly brought to
the ground. The population of Earth had been crushed as the golems
had discovered them in their underground shelters, which proved to
be their demise. By the end of the struggle, only 40% of Earth's
population remained, and that number was quickly deteriorating.
Without any major
commercial and industrial centers left, the modernized Earthlings
were in despair for survival. Most were not mentally equipped for
a rural life, and those who were were more accustomed to modern
rural life, with electricity. Stocks of food plummeted as crops
wilted and livestock died. Anarchy reigned; the Emperor's palace
was burned to the ground as Central Capital became the victim of
endless riots and looting by more than 50 million people. The
general morale of Earth was lower than a snake's belly. Something
had to be done, or else the people of Earth would soon go extinct.
Answering the call,
Mister Popo once more called unto the Earth, beckoning its
greatest warriors to take to the celestial beyond for the planet
of the Nameks, New Namek. With Earth's dragonballs almost half a
year away, and too limited to be of any use, the dragonballs on
New Namek were Earth's only hope. Within two weeks, a number of
pods had been launched, and had landed on the green planet.
But, planet New Namek
had troubles of its own, for Earth's forces were not the only
ones vying for control of the Dragonballs. A horde of vicious
space pirates known as the Bloody Thorns were besieging Namekian
villages, slaughtering the innocent and stealing away their
precious orange spheres. Though since the times of Frieza, the
Nameks had learned to mount a powerful defense, they were still no
match for the pirates and their suicidal and immoral tactics.
Already, when the first fighters had landed, the pirates had
siezed three of the seven precious balls.
And so, the race ensued,
some of the Namek elders being hesitant to give their balls away
even to the well meaning Earthlings. Several skirmishes with the
pirates and one new arrival later, it had come down to Jade
Kriticos and Joe Stinnett, who battled through the pirates right
down to their grotesque leader, Lex Dratni. Before the beast was
over, he transformed into a gigantic monster that nearly tore the
planet apart as it jumped and thrashed about. It was his undoing,
as the pair of do-gooders sent Lex into a chasm of magma that he
The green planet was
saved, and so the dragonballs' wishes were granted to the three
groups of Earthlings who had done the most to save the Namekian
race -- led by Crimson Kasima, Ky Icestorm, and Jade Kriticos.
There was a long moment of tension as desires for the final wish
conflicted, but soon Crimson and Ky came to a consensus that the
wish should be used to restore the ruined Namekian race, and with
that majority, Jade forfeited her claim and returned to Earth with
the rest of the forces.
Earth and New Namek
were now both as good as new. After experiencing such a brutal attack by
the pirates, an exchange program was started up between the two
planets, where willing fighters from Earth would travel to New
Namek to help defend the powerful dragonballs, and in exchange
they would be taught many powerful fighting techniques, as well as
psionic or magical training. In so doing, a lasting bond has
been formed between the two planets that would not be soon
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Sarada-shi, the colony of
Saiyans living on Earth, was attacked by its ex-lord, Kyabetsu.
Wielding massive Super Saiyan powers, the small city was utterly
destroyed by a great attack unleashed by the monster. King Kabu went
into a rage, at this, and exploded into his own Super Saiyanhood.
Using this new power, Kabu proceeded to mercilessly crush Kyabetsu's
life from his body. Now homeless, and without means to contact the
home planet of their brethren, New Vegeta, many of the surviving
Saiyan rulers had to find new lives elsewhere on Earth.