Boredom is a powerful motivator for a teenager. Without it, Didi likely wouldn't have gotten into as much trouble as he did. Well, okay - that's not entirely true. He'd still be causing problems one way or the other. But he definitely wouldn't be terrorizing the local wildlife right now if he wasn't bored.
A bolt of purple lightning shot from his fingertip and into the forehead of a brown bear. Didi cackled atop his jawbreaker as the beast reared back onto its hind legs to strike him. Its front claws met air, narrowly missing the Majin who flew just out of its reach.
"Aw, what's the matter, Yogi? Can't fly?"
The bear roared, and Didi grinned. Another jolt of electricity slammed into the bear's open mouth. This one packed more of a punch than the last one he'd fired, being strong enough to knock poor Yogi onto its back and turn its jaw rigid. The ground shook from the force of the bear's collapse.
"You make a shitty bear. You'd be far better as a piece of candy."
Magic swelled inside Didi's twin antennae, and he threw them over his head, unleashing a beam from their tips on the downed bear. True to his word, the second the energy hit, the bear began its transformation into candy. Its once fleshy body turned to a red gummy-like substance.
Oh, what a pun.
The brown bear had become a gummy bear.
Didi's jawbreaker lowered the ground. He hopped off once it hovered a few feet above the forest floor. Running his dark tongue across his lips, he readied himself to feast on his sugary treat.
He had watched the entire event unfold from the shadows and he was amazed by what this majin had done. Turning the bear into a gummy bear and just watching it. He had never witness such an event unfold and perhaps this majin would be able to be of use to Blizzard. He had stepped from the shadows at 10ft and weighing at 300lb of mostly muscle, he easily towered over the majin and showed a grin behind his mask and his cloak hiding his arms within. He never showed his opponent his limbs without a fight ensuing.
"Very interesting indeed. Turning that bear into a piece of candy. I have never seen such a performance before. Tell me, do you do what you do out of necessity or pure chaos and not giving a damn what other people think?"
He wanted to know whether or not this majin was good or evil at this point, but he continued the conversation.
"If you want to see the world burn, I can assist you in your goals. If you want to see a peaceful world, I can also accommodate that. This world is simply a blank canvas and it just needs a little paint to start off with."
Didi stopped mid-tear of the poor bear's arm. Dark irises found their way to the looming shadow above him. Kami, this fucker was tall. Then again, everyone stood above Didi - at least while he was docile. You couldn't say the same when his temper got the best of him. Head tilted to the side in an almost comical fashion, the young Majin blinked.
"The hell are you going on about, man?"
Necessity or chaos? Something about watching the world burn and offering help to do it? All of that sounded a bit above Didi's pay grade. Above his ability to care too. "I'm just tryin' to have a bit of fun. Boredom's a killer, ya know?" Not of him, mind you but definitely of that bear.
You know what? He didn't like how tall and imposing this guy was - time to put himself on an even playing field. Didi stuck his thumb in his mouth and began to blow. His entire body swelled as he did, elastic body ballooning until he was roughly the same height as the stranger.
His hand dropped to his side and he eyed the gummy bear laying between them. "Did you want a piece of the bear? I'm not against sharing, but there's gotta be something good in for me."
He saw the giant majin now before him, the fact that he could do such a thing was rather impressive. He hadn't met any other race capable of doing that other than the arcosians. Though he wouldn't count the saiyans in this group since their oozaru forms can be 50ft in height.
"I have the strength to change worlds, change futures, what kind of reality do you want from this cold world?"
Seeing as how he turned a bear into a piece of candy, made it seem like he was evil than good. After all, he could have easily chosen to turn a tree or any other non living object into a piece of candy and yet he chose a bear. Furthermore, he could have knocked out the bear if it had posed a threat. This majin had already showed his true colors before Blizzard and now Blizzard wanted to see what this majin truly wanted. It wasn't just boredom in Blizzard's opinion since well, he could turn this whole landscape to whatever food he wanted to eat. So clearly, it isn't just boredom, he probably wants chaos and that is what Blizzard was more leaning towards.