Nighttime was definitely preferred by Noheme over day. Especially when sun was shining hot in the afternoon hours. During days like that, the moon goddess suffered greatly as all she wanted was to throw away her clothes and walk everywhere completely bare. Alas, that was not allowed by the society, so there wasn't much she could do about it. Thankfully today was quite different, the cool temperature as well as the moist mist washed over the fox girl's skin as she sat on one of the many roofs that you could find in Hargeon. Despite it's busy nature, the streets were almost completely devoid of life at this hour, as no proper man would be doing anything other than sleeping right now. Only few merchants and shady individuals that were up to god knows what. Not that the moon goddess actually knew. She liked this place and especially this roof, as it was part of house much taller, allowing her to press her back against the colder stone walls and gaze at the sea in front of her without any obstructions. The water was still and reflecting the moon that slowly moved on in the skies, among the many starts that would endlessly gaze back upon the Earthland. With a sign, the girl closer her eyes, feeling almost as if she could fall asleep in this place without any worries. But a strange sound in the distance prevented that.
As her fox ears twitched few times, she revealed her emerald green orbs once more only to stop a big ship in the distance. It was strange to see a vessel floating towards the city at this hour, but not completely impossible. But there was more to it, as the mist around her suddenly became thicker, as if fed with a spell or something. It certainly made it harder to see what the boat was about, but with her enhanced senses, the fox girl would eventually spot the giant obelisk that was adorning it's front. Now that definitely wasn't normal! Jumping down to the cobblestone roads, the moon goddess would start looking all around. Was anyone at all aware of this possible incoming danger? Yes, there probably wouldn't be anything remotely strong enough to stop Noheme and her venomous magic, but if a full scale invasion would happen, even the goddess could not be everywhere at the same time. Even another mage would help, ease the burden of numbers a little bit. Though she didn't really want to drag anyone into this, as the vessel was only now arriving at the port and it was still not quite clear what the intention of it's passengers was.
Which was exactly why she should probably check it all out, her legs now swiftly moving her towards the giant building that acted as a roof and station for many different sea vehicles. This city really was amazing when it came to it's structure, but there was no time to observe it all now. Hearing screaming, the venomous god would quickly realize the nature of her enemies and the fact that she was right to be suspicious from the very first moment. She probably should have shot down the entire ship before it reached here in the first place, but that would surely cause panic of different nature, putting the poor girl who only wanted to help into trouble. And she did not want to go through that ordeal again, it was enough that people misunderstood her darker magical energy all the time. Not that she had problems with playing the bad guy from time to time, but Noheme was not insane lunatic that would go about, destroying everything and everyone just for the sake of being evil. Since that was how it appeared to her, the motives of every baddie she defeated on her journey to where she was right now. Finally getting to the right place, she would spot many different figures scattering all over the place. So it was an invasion... a lot of clean up will be required after tonight.
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