HyperThere were consequences to bringing Mercutio to certain worlds. The man was like a sponge, absorbing the energy of the world around him and both internalizing and externalizing it. So, in hindsight, perhaps Cian had this one coming.
From space this world seemed rather interesting and Cian could fuzzily (actually perfectly, but he would pretend it wasn't) remember saying the word "quaint" about it. It was a world that had a very low gravitational pull, and as a result many things in the world floated. If Cian remembered anything he should have remembered the time they went to a mostly bioluminescent world, where touching anything made the
How The Universe WorksAt this point, not much surprised Cian. Every planet seemed to be the same; all the people were the same, and the way their histories played out in the grand scheme of time were all the same. Take this world in front of him right now. It was populated by a race of bird-humanoids that worshipped the weather. They were in their infant stages of knowledge, worshiping rather than understanding. They were split into tribes, some friendly with each other, some decidedly not. The people were doomed to fail and fall into war, some tribes would die, or perhaps the whole world would. If they didn't, life continued and perhaps there would be a re