My Hero Academia: Christmas Bandit"Hard to believe some nasty villain is running around and stealing all kind of supplies needed to wrap gifts! The very thought is too evil to think about!" Ochako cried out as she was paired up with Momo today for a patrol mission as they were both walking around town early in the night which the both of them were clad in their hero outfits looking for someone who had been breaking into buildings and stealing all Christmas related accessories like a Grinch would.
"Hrmmm, it is a bit dastardly, we have a Grinch or Scrooge on our hands..." Momo remarked as her eyes scanned the horizon on the roofs above rapidly, looking for an evil Santa to show up.
"Indeed...." Ochako said before shivering a little. "If only it wasn't so cold out, speaking of which aren't you cold?" Ochako said as she couldn't help but blush at Momo's body which her outfit barely covered anything on her body.
"Naw, I'm used to it. I knew if I were to use my Quirk without issue I had to train in all kinds of weather cond
Dragon Ball - Forgotten Foes: Part Three.
Four days had now passed since Bulma was abducted and brought to the secret military base of The Red Ribbon Army somewhere in the depths of Yunzabit Highlands. Being cooped up in her room with nothing to do provided plenty of time putting her mind to work on an escape plan. First thing would be learning the handcuffs so she could get in and out of them easily should someone come and check on her. So far the guards followed a routine schedule, entering her room for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and coming in a half hour after each meal to retrieve the dishes. Eating was probably the worst thing she had to suffer since she arrived. Even with three meals a day she was still left feeling hungry every night. Maybe taking some of the cooking staff hostage with her would have helped.
Since then she had started keeping the chopsticks that came with her rice, something the jailer never seemed to notice or care about. In the hours she had to herself, she would sit up on her st