Letting the Cat out of the Bag May 14, 2020 8:03:56 GMT -6
Post by Morticia on May 14, 2020 8:03:56 GMT -6
Morticia's PL: 76,100
A fair amount of time had passed now since Morticia had first been introduced to the Lookout thanks to Tysco! Though she was still getting accustomed to it in general and was still getting to know all his friends that frequented the sacred platform as well. She found that studying for projects was much easier when atop the Lookout with Tysco accompanying her as opposed to being in her room at home alone. As such, she had opted for doing it up there as often as they could both possibly manage. Studying with him more regularly again was refreshing and quickly becoming one of her favourite things to do, however, tending to the garden atop the Lookout was easily already in her top favourites list by now.
Speaking of which! She had already made her way up top and had started tending on it today rather early or— at least a lot earlier then her usual. The Doragon had also brought along her sketch book since she'd planned to draw the plants that she tended to today. This would ensure that researching these specimens was easier! No more having to remember them all by memory alone.
However, drawing was a little bit harder because of the gem. The gem that housed Maneki that is. The cat was being increasingly loud in her mind whenever she visited the Lookout oddly enough. More so now that he'd requested to always be on her person and not just in her bag. Morticia had noticed that from the second she had set foot down atop the Lookout the gem seemed to give off a mental hissing noise that continued until she left or whenever she was around enough people.
The noise today, however, had grown from just a simple hiss and had instead become a much more high-pitched version of the same noise. Though... it was so high-pitched that Morticia was sure she was going to get a splitting headache before too long. Maybe the cat just didn't like being up so high in the sky? Either way she would have to make her doodles quicker then she would've liked so they could get going before it really did give her a headache. She was sure her gem friend was doing the noise for a valid reason after all, right?
Plopping herself down on the ground and crossing her legs over, the Doragon would pull out the drawing book along with a pencil and eraser from her little backpack before getting to work on drawing the first plant she chose to focus on from the Lookout's garden, the Halo Rose. It was a gorgeous plant that— as the name would suggest— was quite similar to a regular rose in appearance, the main difference being that the petals gently floated around the hip of the flower, undisturbed by any winds; their gravity to the plant was absolute. While she was also sure either none of the others were here currently or were asleep she did her best to be as quiet as she could be regardless. She wouldn't want to wake anyone up afterall...