Gochi Age and Date of Birth:
25, August 11Gender:
Guardian and protector of the planet Vegeta. 'Employee' of Frieza in the planet auction trade. Appearance:
Gochi's black hair always seems to have won a brutal battle with a hair brush. Due to such battles taking up most of the morning, Gochi ignores her hair most of the time by putting it up into a ponytail with a brown hairtie. When her hair is let down, it resembles a spiked porcupine that has morning quill hair. Despite the aggravation her hair causes, she refuses to get it cut. Her black hair reaches mid-back when let down from its ponytail. Her icy blue eyes clash with her hair, but tends to cause a some what exotic look compared to the normal brown eyes of the people of Vegeta. Her eyes are always looking at something with critical judgment as she tries to frighten her prey with a cold glare. She uses her eyes in such a manner, because Gochi believes a person reveals his or her true nature when he is ill at ease or frightened. These eyes are always on guard for any possible threat, even if the rest of her body posture does not convey this alertness.
Gochi spends endless hours outside in the sun light, giving her skin a bronzed tan. Her body is that of a martial artist, a fighter, lean with a visible muscle tone that does not look unacceptable on a girl, even of her small stature. Gochi’s active nature keeps her down to a slim 120 pounds, build of mostly muscle. Her feet are not supple because she hates to wear shoes.
Her skin is hardened by the scars created by scuffles and sparring. Her cheek has a pink fading scar of three scratch marks, maybe from a feline of some sort, but no other markings, such as freckles or acne. (Not a moon cat, of course.) Her arms and legs are scuffed with old battle wounds. These wounds have faded remarkably well for it has been a long time since she was last injured enough in a fight to get a scar, but that is mostly due to her not actively searching for a challenge. She bruises easily enough, despite the rough handling she has experienced, so a few bruises will be found. Gochi takes her fighting more seriously than her looks, hence a disheveled and hasty made appearance. She does realize that her position requires her to set an example, so she does put in effort to keep clean. She’s good with day-to-day hygiene, but not with appearances.
Gochi is not very tall for her age. She is a meager five foot three, but this does not keep her attitude in check around taller and bigger people. When she does wear shoes, she will put in a big effort to look taller with high heels. An animal, such as prey, will try to puff itself up and stand tall in order to intimidate its enemy. When she first enters a room she looks for any possible exit and throughout her stay in that room she checks those exits/entrances with her eyes for intruders.
Although her position demands she remain in her sailor senshi uniform, she consistently rebels in order to maintain an outer appearance of dominance and strength. Largely due to her own personality and the Saiyan culture, she sees the skirted uniform as a liability in battle and a potential sign of weakness. Instead, Gochi prefers to wear the typical Saiyan armor with minor adjustments. The black, full bodysuit tightly conforms to her body. Her upper body is covered by a sturdy, sleeveless white armor with gold plating covering the stomach. The straps of the white armor are also plated in gold. Gochi wears white gloves that match her armor and white, heeled boots. Around her waist she wraps her brown tail, as is typical of most Saiyans.
Although typically found in the armor described above, during the rare times she relaxes Gochi can be found in dark-colored pants and loose blouse of simple design. Gochi is not one for frills or luxuries or additives. Her clothing must be simple, appropriate, and allow easy maneuverability in case of a fight. She tends to wear earthy tones of brown and green for most occasions. Hobbies/Occupations:
As long as she possess her tail, Gochi has the ability to go oozaru. She does have control in her oozaru form. In addition, she is skilled in fighting and has experience on the battlefield. Personality:
Gochi lives for only a few things: her duty, her honor, her twin brother, and her martial arts. Rarely will she be seen inside the comforts of luxury, even if she is entitled to her due to her position as a sailor senshi. She despises her position as a sailor senshi, because she views her position as a symbol of weakness and vulnerability. The senshi uniform is impractical in a battle and symbolically screams femininity. The other Saiyans also make fun of her, which fuels her anger and resentment. She abstains from transforming whenever possible and instead prefers to rely on her physical strength and wit.
A nearly life-time job of purging planets for auction and trade have heightened Gochi's tolerance for strenuous situations. As are many of the 'employees' who work for Frieza, she is far too desensitized to violence and pain.
Gochi, when it comes to martial arts and fighting, is quite inventive and is always searching for new ways to improve on her techniques. Her current pet project is discovering and further developing a technique that allows her to use her senshi attacks and powers outside of her Senshi uniform/transformation. There has not been too many results, but she is quite determined. The success of this pet project would allow her the means to bypass any reliance on her senshi transformation and avoid any potential embarrassment.
Combined with a fiery and a thorny (a pun on her name) personality, Gochi does not take criticism very lightly. She has a large and very confident ego that hates to be bruised or mocked. When bruised, Gochi will jump to defend herself without much hesitation on her own part. Thus she dislikes a good deal of the royal snobs who dare to think they have the metal to back up their large egos. She would never notice or admit that she has the same ego problem.
Gochi's group of friends outside of her brother is slim to none. In general, Saiyans are not the most trusting lot. The trust needed to actually become Gochi’s friend is hard to win. Gochi respects authority figures, as she was taught to do so by her father, without many questions. An authority figure does not require respect if the authority figure lacks the traits of honesty, strength of will and mind, and determination. This authority figure may or may not be as strong of character as Gochi in order to be respected and followed. Certain rules that go against Gochi’s code of ethics/character will not be followed, but normally such rules are created by the authority figures that Gochi does not respect in the first place.
Lastly, her relationship with her twin brother, Tobias, is special and intimate, although far from atypical in Saiyan society. The two constantly squabble verbally and physically; Gochi is almost always the instigator. She does this to establish her dominance in their sibling relationship. Even if it is not the result of a squabble, the twins do love to fight or spar, as is typical of their heritage. They know each others' fighting styles very well and function well as a fighting team. She is particularly protective of Tobias and will quickly put herself in the line of danger at the slightest hint of danger or confrontation. He is her only family and the only person she trusts, so far. They pick up on each other's physical cues easily, so their close relationship is not founded on verbal communication. Biography/History:
Her mother birthed her and Tobias alone in a cave while the father was out hunting for game and a site to build a sturdy home. His family had always believed in the tradition of building a home for the family, not buying one made by someone else’s hands. The mother was not able to bear the pain of childbirth and died shortly after the father returned home with supper. Shortly after their birth, the twins were sent in separate pods to purge two different planets. At an early age, Gochi completed the purge of her planet and returned to Vegeta. Tobias completed his a year later and the twins were reunited.
The father wanted little to do with the twins once they returned, despite Tobias' best efforts to reunite the family. Although she first displayed an interest in reuniting, that interest was quickly squashed. Instead, the twins voluntarily joined the military training academy until they were of age to join Frieza's forces. At the military training academy, the twins once again began to purge planets. Also, Gochi and Tobias learned to bring their oozaru form under control and use that form to purge planets. Neither of the twins knows how to make a false moon, so they are unable to transform unless a moon is present or another saiyan knows how to create a false moon with his or her energy.
Years before joining Frieza's forces, Gochi discovered her destiny as a sailor senshi during a routine planet purge that went out of control. Tobias' oozaru form was destroyed when a rogue enemy removed his tail. He was taken as a prisoner of war. These events triggered her transformation into Sailor Vegeta. Gochi's status as a sailor senshi caught the attention of Frieza, who requested that she join his forces. Tobias voluntarily joined in order to resist separation from his sister. Although their have been efforts to discover if Tobias also has some special ability (because he is a twin of a sailor senshi), nothing has come of it. They've been lower ranking soldiers of Frieza's army for eight years, but have been slowly climbing the ranks.
As a member of Frieza's army, Gochi has been exposed to planet purges, needless violence, and death. As most under his control, she wishes to one day overthrow Frieza and restore the pride and dignity of the Saiyan race. The twins have only become closer while subjugated to hazardous conditions under Frieza's control. They often work as a pair in a larger Saiyan-only purge team. The unique ability of a Saiyan to turn into an oozaru means that Gochi and her team are often sent to large planets with violent and strong populations.
(In accordance with the storyline Batteries) On a routine planet purge, Gochi and Tobias were captured by the Tarans and forced to function as batteries. Although the twins put up a fight and devastated a good number of the Tarans, the two were subdued and separated. Furious at suffering at defeat and being separated from her brother, Gochi is inconsolably angry and destructive. She has been weakened by being forced to function as a battery, but she vows to take down as many Tarans as she can at every opportunity. Likes/Dislikes:
When confronted with a dislike Gochi tends to ignore it with disdain and look down upon said dislike. If this dislike, if it be a person, continues to confront her or dislike Gochi as well, she will be rash of tongue and downright cold. She will become quite physical whether it be her tongue or her fists. Gochi normally tends to dislike a person if he or she has been judged weak of character, as having a flaw, such as one of the seven deadly sins, is dishonest, bruises Gochi’s ego, or causes any harm or potential threat physically or mentally to her brother. Gochi really does take her dislikes overboard. When she dislikes something, she really goes all out to make that person or thing realize her disdain for him or her or it. Dislikes are generally what causes her anger to flare up. Another cause of anger could be a stain on honor, lack of respect for her, or being ignored.
Gochi greatly enjoys fighting and eating. She likes to verbally banter with people and loves a physical challenge. Although she is more analytical than her brother, she dislikes puzzles. If presented with a maze, she would rather physically bust through the walls to get to the center rather than negotiate the passageways. She has a special relationship with her twin brother. Weaknesses/Strengths:
Gochi's weakness if her quick and uncontrollable temper and her confrontational and argumentative nature. Due to her reluctance to transform into a sailor senshi, her capabilities and experience as a senshi are very limited. It is unlikely that she will ever advanced past the basic transformation stage as a sailor senshi. Her strength is her skills and power in martial arts. She has little else to rely on besides her skills in martial arts and her magical powers as a sailor senshi. Although she is more analytical and intelligent than her brother, neither of them are the sharpest crayons in the box. Her judgement is too often clouded by her emotions. Quote:
Why talk when you can fight? Dream(s):
Her dream is to overcome all obstacles through her strength and power. Family:
Twin brother - Tobias. Parents - Deceased. Other Noteworthy Facts:
Senshi InformationSenshi/Sailor Name and Title
: Sailor VegetaSenshi Quote:
"I never wanted any of this!"Realm of Influence(s):
The planetary symbol is divided into two parts. The top part is similar in design to the three prongs of a trident. The bottom part of the planetary symbol is in the shape of a stylized U with a slight prong extending from the bottom. Item(s):
Sailor Vegeta does not posses a weapon. Her transformation item is a transformation pen. The body of the pen is green and the cap of the pen is brown. On top of the cap is a circular, flattened piece of silver, shiny metal. Her planetary symbol is etched in the middle of the metal. Henshin/Transformation:
Gochi calls "Vegeta Planet Power, Make Up!" with her transformation pen in hand to begin the transformation sequence. Wind softly tousles her hair as yellow energy gathers in a circle at her feet. She yells and the energy intensifies until it quickly bursts upwards around her, shielding her from view. After a few moments, the energy dissipates and reveals Sailor Vegeta. Outfit:
The signature colors of Sailor Vegeta's fuku are brown and green. The tiara is made of dulled silver and extends in a thin band around her forehead. In the center of the tiara is a framed, oval green gemstone. Sailor Vegeta does not have a choker or jewelry used as accessories. The brown sailor collar attaches at the front of the bodice with an oval green gemstone. Her planetary symbol is etched in the middle of the green stone in brown.The collar has a single white strip running along the outside edge and has an inverted V cut on the back.
Sailor Vegeta's white, strapless bodice is a full piece and lacks the customary front and back bow. The pleated skirt is brown and extends to just above her knees by an inch. The skirt is plain and lacks adornments, such as ribbons. Sailor Vegeta does not have gloves. Her brown boots are not heeled and reach about mid-way up her calf, but below the knee. The green planetary symbol is displayed on either side of the boot on the calf. The laces are green and the boots are reinforced with metal plating on the toe. Her brown tail is wrapped around her waist just above the skirt. Attacks:
Pressure Beam (Type - Offensive)
- Energy Requirement - Medium
- Accuracy - (High) 85%
- Appearance - One of Sailor Vegeta's hands forms a fist that begins to crackle with energy. She extends one finger and the energy gathers at the tip of the extended finger. This highly concentrated energy ball than is sent with flying force at an opponent.
- Effects - This attack works great for hitting pressure points or cracking/exploding rock and splitting some metals and other such grunt work.
- Weakness - She rarely use her sailor senshi form, so her experience with this attack is limited. The energy requirement is higher than it should be, because of her lack of experience.
Years before joining Frieza's forces, Gochi discovered her destiny as a sailor senshi during a routine planet purge that went out of control. Tobias' oozaru form was destroyed when a rogue enemy removed his tail. He was taken as a prisoner of war. These events triggered her transformation into Sailor Vegeta. Tobias was rescued, although know he was disgraced from the loss of his tail.
It had been a number of decades since the planet Vegeta had last had a sailor senshi, so neither the royalty, the public, or the twins really knew how to approach the situation. The royalty presented Gochi with the appropriate title and responsibilities of a sailor senshi. However, much of the public criticized Gochi for being less of a warrior, because of the uniform and her apparent lack of power as a sailor senshi. As a result, she dislikes her positions and seldom transforms. Instead, she relies on her physical strength as a saiyan. Gochi became more violent and more actively asserted her dominance as a warrior as a result of her treatment and Tobias' treatment. Due to the loss of his tail, Tobias felt disgraced and often received insults and degradation from the other warriors. Gochi became fiercely protective of her twin brother.
Gochi's status as a sailor senshi caught the attention of Frieza, who requested that she join his forces. Tobias voluntarily joined in order to resist separation from his sister. They've been lower ranking soldiers of Frieza's army for eight years, but have been slowly climbing the ranks. Mission:
Sailor Vegeta's mission is to become powerful without using her senshi transformation as a crutch. She wants to have access to her senshi powers without needing to transform. Guardian: