“It’s not like anything’s holding me back…”
It came as a blip on the radar, a quick jolt in the air. A moment where there was nothing but clouds hanging over the ocean, and then suddenly, a thing appeared in the sky.
A rather large thing.
It phased in through the air, at first as a multi-colored silhouette. It was large, and shaped like a wooden seaship. Once the thing took form, it proved to be in fact, rather ship-esque. But it hung in the air, and glided amongst the clouds; with translucent fish-fin sails catching the wind, and the under-hull riding nothing but air. It was an airship, through and through.
And it just phased into this world, from another realm beyond.
The ship was managed by a sole passenger. If the airship itself didn’t seem otherworldly, the vessel’s owner certainly did. She stood at the edge of the deck, arms crossed over the railing. Humanoid by all means, but the ressemblance to human stopped short at the possession of a face, arms, and hands.
The details were as followed: Sky blue peach-fuzz fur covered her entire body. A pair of curved ram horns crowned her head, and curled under pointed, swiveling ears. Reddish-violet hair was cut short, with a white patch of premature white. Her eyes were mismatched; the right yellow, the left blue, and either one holding green flecks of color over a grey-freckled face. On her back, a pair of white wings, the feathers turning more and more pastel green as they reached the tips. Moving on lower, she possessed a long chameleon-tail, spotted to the style of a snow leopard. Digitigrade paws finish off this alienoid being’s bodily details.
Oh, and breasts of course, for those who pay attention to these things.
The figure seemed clad in a royal blue longcoat, stylized to a noble’s taste. A green dress-shirt underneath, and black pants over her legs. An assortment of belts seem to carry pouches, a knife or two, and most likely a few other hidden weapons. Goggles at her neck, she seemed to be fitted for practicality, save for the extra necklaces and bracelets.
There was one last noteworthy detail about this freak of nature. A strange item was held in her hand. It looked to be some kind of elaborate, large pocketwatch. She would click it open, and observe the dials within. A soft glow emited from the device, soon to reveal two types of floating map displays.
Prince-Admiral Sakura Tama gave it a thoughtful stare.
“I think… it worked.”