|The Captain and first mate of the starship Nellie-Bell.|
Capture Abigail walked through the towering forest, her eyes peeled for any sign of danger. She knelt and examined a sandy patch of dirt on the trail they traveled. Light shown through the leaves above, illuminating the track.Capture by Rebel-Rider
Mike peered over her shoulder. “Think it’s what got the others?” His voice broke slightly, a problem he seemed to be having as he grew from a boy into a man.
Abigail peered at the track. It looked like something a dinosaur would make, with three forward facing toes and a smaller backward facing one. Abigail’s hand nearly fit in one toe of the track. Whatever this thing was, it had to be huge, and possibly predatory. “Could be.” She prayed it wasn’t what had caused the disappearances of dozens of the people in her group. She wanted to hold out the hope they were still alive, along with the colonists in the other pods, which they hadn’t been able to
Favourite genre of music: Oldies, Classical, old cowboy songs
Favourite style of art: Realistic, cartoon, Anime, abstract
Wallpaper of choice: Paint, in multiple colors.
Skin of choice: Mine. I'm kinda used to it.
Personal Quote: I am where I am today. Why I do not know. Somone tell me where I am so I'll know where to go!
Call to the Stars: part 1 The Onin spaceport was the largest on Jssfloon. Located in the center of Filniss, the planet’s principal string of islands, it was always a hubbub of activity. The air in the terminal vibrated with tourists and businessmen of all shapes and sizes either arriving from far off planets or waiting for shuttles to whisk them off into the starry frontier.
While Jssfloon was quite out of the way of the usual superhighway trade routes it had three things that kept its ports moderately busy. The planet itself brought vacationers by the flocks with its endless beaches, moderate climate, swirling colorful sky and friendly oceans. There were innumerable things to do and see. Another was the trade. Jssfloon had two main exports. The first was a unique bioluminescent coral. It came in an endless variety of colors and the bright, friendly glow never dimmed. The lovely gem was highly valued across the sector and