For a while, Pokkin had been standing in the center of her town, with her eyes closed, sensing the insane power level that had decimated Parsley City in it's entirety. Since the explosion she had told the rest of the townspeople, including her own son, to stay inside while she, the strongest fighter in the town by far, lay in wait. If the being that did this came here, she would hold it off while everybody escaped. When it started systematically heading to, and beating, other strong fighters with similar power to her own, Pokkin realised that it was systematically hunting down strong fighters, and it must be sensing them or otherwise tracking them. Pokkin immediately lowered her ki, and left the confines of the town. If it still decided to come for her, the town would be safe.
Luckily it never came, probably due to her ki suppression. What's more it seemed like the strong power levels were converging and teaming up against the monster. Would they win? Did they need her help? Would she even get there in time? She couldn't fly. She would have to run all the way there, and it was far away, further away that she had ever traveled before. Plus, she couldn't abandon her village with no warning. She would have to go and tell them what her plans were, and possibly even say goodbye.
The fight was so fast, and so frantic, and so hard to keep up with, that it was over while she was still contemplating this. The insanely high power level disappeared. Then several of the high power levels started heading for her. If they defeated the thing that had destroyed Parsley City, then they were good, right? Even so, Pokkin couldn't be too careful, and returned to the town. Even though they were strong, Pokkin had a chance with these power levels. Although she waited, they didn't reach the town. One of them stopped in the neighboring forest, before heading north.
Finally realising the coast in clear, Pokkin breathed a sigh of relief, and went around telling the townspeople that it was okay and safe now. Finally she headed to her own house, where her son was waiting. He was asleep. The excitement of the day had tired him out. Pokkin planted a kiss on his forehead, tucked him in properly, and then wrote him a note, explaining that the danger had passed, everything was safe, and his mother was going to find out more about what exactly happened. She also told the same general message to several of the senior townspeople, before heading out.
She ran north, through the forests and woodlands, until she reached the coast, whereupon she leapt in the water and swam with the speed and power of the fastest speedboats currently built. She was only going this slow because she wasn't in a rush and didn't want to tire herself out in the unlikely case that she needed to fight later. After a while of swimming, the icy cliffs of Yunzabit Heights were in view. With one powerful leap, pushing off from the water, Pokkin scaled the cliff and laded on terra firma. She once again closed her eyes to focus, to shut out all five earthly senses, and tried to sense the ki of the fighter who came here.