The sky above was clear as the boat beneath her feet rocked softly with the waves. It had been a long trip, though she had expected as much. Thankfully, the seas were much kinder to her this time around; it was as if the goddess herself watched over her. Tilting her head back to glance up at the sky, she took a deep breath and exhaled. How were her people doing without her? Would they be able to live? Would they even be able to do anything at all without her there? A small frown spread along her lips as she plopped back down on the little boat. It was too late now; she couldn’t let the entire world suffer because of her small village.
It wouldn’t stop her from wondering if she did the right thing. The wind around her picked up a bit, seeming to give her another gentle shove towards the evergreen lands of Teth’alla. A bit of time had passed before she had finally managed to skid onto a little beach and hop off onto land. Teth’alla. The first time to another country for a reason, that was her own. She smiled slightly as she looked around at all the trees and vegetation. How different it was compared to what she was used to. The temperature was also quite a bit lower than what she was used to. It was weird.
Glancing around, she noticed a little trail cutting into the wood. She was still quite young so curiosity was quite a big thing for her, especially knowing how the tales of past heroes went. They gathered at Teth’alla, in the heart of the forest, they would know they were at the right place when they would feel the most at peace. Once all the heroes were gathered, they would start their journey to not only clear out the monsters threatening their world but also to cleanse the world of the negativity had reached its peak. Traveling to each continent, they would destroy the seals and find themselves in front of the tower that would mark an end to this time periods Harmonize.
Smiling slightly, she walked down the path. Well, if she was going to find the place she felt most at peace. The thicket in Teth’alla was full of odd vines and flowers she had never seen before. It was like walking into a fantasy garden where everything was just magical and new. Turning to glance around herself, she continued to follow the winding trail until she found herself in front of a giant oak tree and a rather ornate looking woman.
Blinking, Mira took a step forward as a huge sense of relief washed over her immediately. It was immediate feeling as her shoulders sagged a bit in a relaxed state. She felt at peace, it no longer even felt cold to her. Just everything felt, nice. As she stood there taking in the feeling, the woman turned and smiled at her.