Leila let out a snort as Mina smirked haughtily, her voice dripping with sarcasm as she said, "Very impressive Mr. Assassin. Consider me amazed by your ability to be an idiot." As Laros slowly got to his feet, the small shuttle floated past a massive, sleek white ship, its engines glowing with blue fire. "Oh, look at that beauty!" Flux commented. For once, Leila was struck speechless and only stared. She jolted as the air locks hissed, yanking her away from the sight outside. Hastily, Leila unclipped her harness and got up to follow Mina. The other girl was waiting impatiently behind the soldier, "Well, it looks like we're here! Can't you hurry it up of something?" In response, the soldier twisted the latch to open the door and Mina pushed through with an imperious, "Great. Let's go and see what awaits us!" "Ladies first," Flux gestured towards Leila, and she grinned, sashaying past him. "Why thank you, kind sir!"
Leila made her way into the entry way, peering curiously through the glass that separated the hall from the rest of the ship. "I love what you've done with the place. The decorations are really spot on." Mina commented sarcastically on the blandly white and gray interior. "I'd have to say it's looking nice, but I can't say I understand the taste in excessive glass. That is honestly a terrible idea." Flux smirked in agreement. As the guard waited for the door to be cleared, Leila pressed her face up against the glass to stare in at the man in the corner. He reminded her of a rat. "I once saw a rat that was as big as me." She commented offhandedly. She pulled back from the glass as the door opened, then followed everyone through. The soldier stood at attention before the rat-man, who held a finger for them to wait. "Wait a moment? Excuse you. I've come from ages away to that moon, dealt with stupid questions for weeks and flew all the way to this huge ship. And now you want me to wait! What could possibly be so very important that I have to wait? You better be saving or taking lives over there." Mina immediately flipped out and Flux and Laros jumped to calm her down. "It's best we wait, lest we wish to be blown into a million star bits." "I suggest you calm down. He doesn't seem like someone you would want to be on the wrong side of." Leila giggled at the outburst, fishing out a pair of dog-tags out of her pocket. They clinked together as she swung them around, letting them wrap and unwrap around her fingers. "I'm someone you don't wanna be on the wrong side of." Leila hummed cheerily and began to wander away in search of a hallway to explore.
Not all those who wander are lost. - J. R. R. Tolkien