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located in The Final Frontier, a part of The Blackbird's Cry, one of the many universes on RPG.

The Final Frontier

"Space: the final frontier." How often have we heard that line?


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Character Portrait: Amaya Rose Character Portrait: Emilia "M" Leibe Character Portrait: Leon Selig Character Portrait: Nierra Ezran Character Portrait: Robert Langley Character Portrait: Lilian Rhorer Character Portrait: Matias Kingsbury Character Portrait: Astraeus Economos Character Portrait: Tyson Monnaie
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Despite being a stranger in yet another strange land, the very familiar sensation of space travel came almost as a comfort to a certain non-human passenger aboard the shuttle, despite the conditions being more cramped than usual. Nierra had relegated herself to simply observing the humans for most of the journey, though she would usually answer anyone who came to her with questions about herself. Packing for the trip hadn't exactly been difficult; the Alkair had already brought all her personal effects with her when she originally came to the Sol system, and even then she always travelled light anyway.

When the craft finally landed, the man who would serve as the crew's First Officer was the first to disembark, accompanied by an expression that made Nierra internally question his ability to serve in such a position of authority. She also made sure not to be the last one off the shuttle to avoid being the subject of ridicule.

With a good chunk of the passengers already in front of her - one of whom seeing fit to bewail his lot in life despite the opportunity that presented itself before him - Nierra patiently waited for her turn to introduce herself to Matias as requested. She gave the security chief a respectful nod, light glinting off the visor of a suit that was clearly of alien design.

"Nierra Ezran, of the Kel-Inir nomad fleet." The Alkair woman spoke softly but with confidence, along with a faint mechanical quality to her voice. "May our voyage be far and our heading be true."