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You’d think after traveling across the united worlds a hundred times over would give Sheena some idea as to where she headed. She’d only become accustomed to the changes in scenery with each trip back and forth, and even then there were still things that threw her off. Such as a landmark that might have been shifted into a new location or even changes in temperature and the climate in other areas. It had been disorienting during the initial few months, and while things were looking up for both Sylvarant and Tethe’alla, there was still some lingering confusion over the new terrain and it’s unknown curiosities.
Of course, said curiosities could range from a surprise short cut to a well known town or to a cave full of monsters waiting to pounce on any unsuspecting traveler. It was quite a bit of a toss up, but Sheena was willing to take her chances.
As it were, luck was with her today in that she hadn’t stumbled across any unfriendly beasts of any kind. A quiet trip was always welcome, even if it did tend to drag on at times. Still, the ninja wasn’t entirely in lady luck’s favor, as no sooner did she enter the nearest town did she realize one key factor.
She had absolutely no idea where she was.
Taking in the sights around her, Sheena could confidently say she had not been to this town before, though it did hold small traces of familiarity. She couldn’t be too far from Tethe’alla, right? Or, at least, she shouldn’t be. She had been on the right path not only an hour ago after all, so why was she here…?
With her gaze and thoughts else where, the ninja’s shoulder suddenly collided with another, causes the purple clad female to stumble and lurch back into reality.
“Ah—! Oh, crud, I’m sorry!”
“No it’s alright.”
He was for the lack of better tantrum phrases- brooding. However the feeling of physical contact was jolting him from all his various odd and ends, favors and misfortunes, contacts and lists, qualms and variables…just really- what in the world was this person?
Her garb was not from around her, and in such, open fashion, Flynn felt his sky blue gaze fall closer towards the Earth to brazenly cross over her bra line hemming her purple and pink ensemble.
“You… you are most definitely not from around here…”
Flynn felt his memory touching back on a dress code, variations and exceptions permitted, this person could use a few more pieces of fabric placed in over delicate areas.
“Is there anything I could help you with?”
Like going shopping…I mean really…