Airships: Half A Room

“Ummm… Thanks, Gladstone. If you don’t mind, I think I’ll stay in here for a bit. It’s been a long day and even longer night.” Elletra slowly said, her eyes ravenously glued to the small bed in the corner of the tiny room.

She could see Gladstone frown slightly out of the corner of her eye, “Alright, miss. I’ll let the captain know. Goodbye.”

He closed the door behind him and Elletra tore her gaze away from the bed long enough to examine the rest of the room. There was a desk that could be folded into the wall, a mini closet & a small mirror on the wall. Elletra had only brought the clothes she was wearing and a small assortment of knives, daggers, and smoke bombs hidden on her person so she wouldn’t be needing the closet soon.

Finally giving in after seventy hours of non-stop hunting for a way to get out of the city, Elletra collapsed on the bed, reveling in the oppurtunity, and fell asleep.

Then, she woke up when the ship tossed her out of bed and half her room was nothing but the dawn sky and clouds.

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