Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 12Upon entering Sergio's room, Keith couldn't help but take a seat on his bed. Powering up the BioWarp engine to make sure it would kick into the faster travel mode that it had used before was mentally draining, and once she was feeling dizzy from that the toll of going on a rampage as an Orc decided to weigh in as well. She'd seen Sergio's room before, though at the time it was mixed in with the captain's room. In the few minutes she had been in her station, Sergio had managed to clean up the mess that remained from Heinrich's invasion of his territory, the piles of dirty clothes and food trays that had littered the floor stacked into tidy piles. Sergio was dusting off his shelf of miniature ships, each of them expertly crafted and painted, and each with a wood and metal base that was engraved with the name of the ship. Gingerly, Sergio lifted up one of the bases and held it close to Keith. It was an odd little ship, to be sure. Lumpy, green, anMore Like This
Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 11"Kiki done fight. Ship change back now." She urged her BioWarp station, to no avail. For at least ten minutes now, she had been trying everything she could think of to convince the ship to change her and itself back to their previous forms. As nice as it had been to be able to deal with the pirate, the size was starting to feel uncomfortable, especially given how cramped the tiny room felt. Frustrated but not wanting to deal with reporting her failure to the rest of the crew, she decided that the corner would be the appropriate place to sulk. It was then that the velvet pouch caught her attention. Fumbling with fingers that were nearly twice the size she was used to, even before she'd become female, the crystal plopped into her hand, and with what was the least mental strain she'd put herself through over the last couple hours, the gem began to glow. It was very pretty, a shifting rainbow of colors much like the mahoucite wires that she'dMore Like This
Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 10Stepping into the room to see the Vampire sitting calmly in his chair with the rope that had been used to bind him coiled neatly on the floor, Anyaria tensed up, reaching for the laser pistol she kept holstered to her side. "Nothing funny," she threatened, leveling the gun at him with catlike reflexes.More Like This
"There's no need for violence, Miss. I was merely uncomfortable, and have no intentions of attempting escape yet." Sergio spoke with a voice far too calm for one being threatened with a weapon, and rather than focusing on her laser, he chose to stare directly into her eyes. The pirate was mentally thrown off-balance by his demeanor, but realizing that she was dealing with a Vampire, she broke the eye contact before putting her free hand up to prevent a stray gaze from making her a victim to whatever mind control powers he might have. "You seem a little less confident than I'm certain you were going for." With the slightest hint of a smirk, he offered,
Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 9"A Demon, on a freighter, taking orders from a Dog?" Anyaria slowly walked in a circle around Lyn, eying her carefully to find details. "And your ship's not even got an Entropic Phase Generator. So what do you use your teleport ability to do, zip around the cockpit?"More Like This
"I suppose even that'd be too dangerous out in space on such a tiny ship, which is why most of our kind don't bother to go off-planet. Our lovely ability seems to have a hard time keeping up with faster-than-light travel. It must be torture to not be able to use your powers at will."
"I really don't care. What the hell do you want from me, anyways?" Lyn twisted her head as the Succubus came around the opposite side. The pirate's crew had done a decent enough job of tying her to the chair, though she was still able to rock it around to check out the cramped room. Just big enough, it seemed, to allow Anyaria room to walk around her captives while staying out of
Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 8The BioWarp station wasn't exactly cramped, measuring six feet wide and a bit more than double that from the doorway to the back wall, but it still seemed like it would be a little claustrophobic, and certainly too plain to want to spend any more time in there than was absolutely needed. In the back corner, Keith had set all of her possessions, totaling a pile of clothes that seemed likely to never fit anymore, a crushed tape player, still cradling a mostly-intact tape stuffed to the brim with low-fidelity Haydn, and the Fairy's wedding gift, tucked neatly away into its velvet pouch. She'd meant to get back to practicing with it, but it would have to wait until they'd successfully entered BioWarp. The real thing was better, after all. As for the cassette player, smashed out of operation at some point during the initial meeting with Heinrich, she figured Sergio would have the ability to repair it, or at least find a way to transfer the music from it. As theMore Like This