Helping Hands with Heavy Hearts Apr 1, 2020 15:58:38 GMT -6
Post by Eregla on Apr 1, 2020 15:58:38 GMT -6
Helping Hands with Heavy Hearts
Eregla’s PL: 2,000
Despite the onset of spring, it was still pretty chilly this far north. Snow still sat on the ground. It was definitely a harsh change from temperate Namek. Still, Eregla was okay. For one, her mixed heritage made her pretty resistance to cold climates, so this felt pretty nice actually. Not that hotter climates particularly bothered her. Adjusting her pack over her shoulders, she sighed softly to herself. Looking for Uncle Oboe had really been difficult. People on Earth weren’t as communal as people on Namek. Not everybody knew everyone else especially in the larger settlements. It was all a little alienating. Even here, Eregla looked up and glanced around what was supposed to be her hometown.
She got the same odd and wary stares as everywhere else! She didn’t know what she had been expecting really. A warm welcome home? Open arms? Eregla sighed. She hadn’t been to Earth in a little over two hundred years. Of course they looked at her like that. They’ve never seen her before. Heck, they had probably never seen anything like her before to be honest. From what she had been able to gather, her father’s tastes in women were the exception. Not the rule. A rare irregularity. Much like herself. It would be fine… if she didn’t feel so alone.
Glancing up from the snowy ground, Eregla tried to take another good look around. She knew that she and her parents had lived somewhere around here, but she didn’t exactly remember where that was. As she was looking around, Eregla spotted a kind of… odd figure struggling with a big load of bags and stuff. They were very short, so that led Eregla to assume that they were some sort of child. She hurried over to help and got a better look at the individual in question. Oh! Not a child! A little robot. Still, she was sure it could use a little help. She leaned down and smiled at it.
“Hello there! Need some help with those? They look pretty heavy.”