|I draw what I draw what I draw.|
I just want to call this done for now honestly so I might
Enialis Siannodel, Innil, moon elf arcane trickster rogue person, worshipper of Sehanine Moonbow
1/16 if I ever do the rest I’ll probably do the rest who knows what I’m doing haha I don’t (I have actually started on Inzhu’s a while back so I mean… it’s… it’s happening… probably)
Old old art projects dum de dum
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So sometimes I make Lego People and they more or less all reside on the Stultifera Navis. You can see and read about those Lego People here. Here’s 3 new ones! Let’s read how they’re connected to this Ship of Fools.
Kealoha makes power crystals. This doesn’t explain the green splotches on her lab coat… or perhaps it does. No one but Nergüi is entirely sure of her process for making power crystals, nor why she wears one in her hair, but she’s very good at it. If the Stultifera Navis ever leaves dry dock it’ll probably run on them, these mysterious pink crystals. She gets along well with Nergüi, but tends to steer clear of the rest of the crew. She can’t stand Aram, which Nergüi agrees with on alternating Tuesdays. She’s on the mad side of “mad science” but it’s hard to argue that she doesn’t produce results. And it seems that she is, on the whole, harmless. At least so far as anyone can prove.
Janellys lives on [REDACTED] in the Caribbean where the Stultifera Navis has been dry docked for a little while for reasons beyond the ken of everyone except Rita, Tavish, and perhaps Nergüi (but it’s hard to discern what she knows). Janellys, being the top-notch investigative journalist that she is, wants to know why. Problem is she can’t seem to get a straight answer out of anyone, not from the jittery local cop she’s seen hanging around the ship (she’s noted his change from black coffee to what is practically milk that may have seen some coffee beans) to the actual lookout she’s seen in town trying to pick up local woman (does he do anything else than tan and strike out she’s wondered). She’s made it on the ship a couple times but things on the inside seem to change every time. Something is up. Something is definitely up.
Almas is a witch. They’re also pretty young, probably being about 15. They speak Arabic as well as English (and maybe other languages), but haven’t disclosed where they come from to anyone. Rita hasn’t figured out exactly what to do, since Almas is a minor, but every attempt to locate or contact Almas’ parents has ended in abject failure. Maybe they don’t want to be found. Maybe someone doesn’t want them found. Rita can’t decide, and Almas seems to be fine on their own. They’ve taken a shine to Nisha and Ty, citing their “very lovely auras.” The pale at the sight of Nergüi. Oddly enough, the normally unflappable Nergüi does the same around Almas, causing them to avoid each other when possible.All © SEM