One of the two suns had mostly set beyond the western horizon, and it's mate was not too
far behind, when the petite human finally began to stir. As she began to lengthen her legs
she let out an unconscious moan, straightening her back and slowly opening her eyes. The
purple orbs blinked thrice, then rapidly opened large as she sat up quickly, then winced as
her sore muscles complained about the sudden movement. Mara reached a hand up to
the side of her head, moving the child-sized appendage; not noticing how quickly it became
entangled in the knots which turned her hair into a honey-colored rats nest.
Mara rubbed her head reflexively as she began looking around the unfamiliar landscape. To
her front was a long plain, it looked flat from her seat, but she knew it was probably made of
large rolling hills. The landscape was unchanged to her left, and the plains continued to her
right, with what looked like a mountain chain in the far distance. Mara felt light on her
back, but it held a strange warmth. It was cold compared to the light from wherever she was
taken to, but much warmer than the sunlight from back home. The sky held a pretty rose
gold tint from the sunset behind her back. Without a glance behind, Mara stood, listened
to the silence, and began walking towards the mountains on her right.
Her feet wobbled a bit unevenly, and glancing down she saw that the blue-grey dirt beneath
her feet was soft, crumbling and compacting beneath her weight. Looking back up, she
could just make out a setting sun in the corner of her right eye. Mara looked ahead of her
into the grassy plain, aware of the plants brushing against her knees as she walked. The
warmth of the setting suns made her feel flushed, and she realized that she was still wearing
her coat and scarf from home.