At first, Levinia found herself in a wild maelstrom of runes and magical energy. The feeling was overwhelming, and threatened to pull apart the portal that she had opened to a world that she knew nothing about... yet. She closed her eyes and tried to focus herself. It was a delicate process, transporting herself and another across dimensions, and to complicate things, to a place she had only felt, but had never been to, personally. It was true that she was just getting to understand her powers, but if there was anything she knew a little about to be confident enough in its use, it was her Black Amulet Grimoire: Absolute Dimension. Truth be told, when she had discovered that she had powers of teleportation, she had more or less 'abused' those powers, trying to glean the extent of the range of her ability to transport herself. She had noticed that distance was not an issue for her if she concentrated well enough... at least, as far as travelling around Fiore was concerned. She had never actually tested it beyond travelling to her 'Vault', nor had she had reason to travel beyond the boundaries of Fiore to the rest of Earthland and beyond.
Theoretically, it was probably the same thing. Wherever the globe-headed ghost had escaped to could be accessed, provided she knew the way. And she had gotten that information from the gate the ghost had opened. In essence, she was doing some sort of space-time piggyback; riding the signature of the ghost's portal to its source, with a portal of her own. She had expected it to be tougher than the normal sort of teleportation, but she didn't expect it to be this chaotic. At least, it wasn't like she had not succeeded in transporting Beira and herself out of the forest; it was obvious that they were no longer in Magnolia. If she could succeed at that first step, there was hope for the rest of the way.
First, Levinia took charge of her runes. Everything had to follow an orderly pattern to work; her Grimoire magic was no different. She reached out to the runes, willing them to follow a spherical rhythm that was conversant with Amulet Grimoires. For a moment, it was a little like a mental tug-of-war, but she was finally able to draw them into the required pattern. That was a very good sign. Calming herself even further, she poured out her magical energy as fuel into the strange bubble that transported her mentor and herself through unknown dimensions. The universe was a very vast place, and the void, the space between dimensions, even more so. Letting the spell fall apart at this time possibly meant that they would be lost forever where it would be almost impossible for anyone to find them. She was starting to feel the strain of transport, but she ignored it and focused on following the trail to the end.
For all intents and purposes, they were really going far. Levinia was starting to wonder just where exactly they were headed. It was too late to wonder whether it was a prudent idea to just jump straight down this rabbit hole, but in her defense, the decision was made in the spur of the moment, so as not to lose a golden opportunity. If she was to deduce the distance from her original location that she was being transported to based on the time spent fueling this Absolute Dimension, she would guess that they were being transported way beyond the boundaries of Earthland. Such a thought filled her with both trepidation and excitement. She had always been interested in going to new places, seeing new things, but in the case she was in, this place was much likely going to be rather hostile, judging from the one she was pursuing, and so she might not get to enjoy some tourist privileges. Still, if all this would unravel the mystery behind those who were after her life, almost anything was worth it.
She sat on her heels within the Grimoire, as it streaked through realms unknown. Then in her head, she saw a light. Were they approaching the end of their journey? At this point, the space-time energies around the Grimoire became a lot more unruly and chaotic, forcing her to pour in all of her concentration, all of her will into maintaining the bubble of runes. Beads of perspiration dotted her forehead, and then moments later flowed in rivulets down her face. Levinia kept her eyes tightly shut, her hands gripping the fabric of her pants, as she mentally strained against the powers that sought to break through the Absolute Dimension. She had come close to finding answers. She was not going to allow anything to clip her progress just when she was at the edge of...
The sudden loss of strain caused her to involuntarily gasp and open her eyes. They were in an empty space, hurtling along faster than the speed of light, or slower; time was a difficult thing to guess when teleporting. The Absolute Dimension grimoire sailed towards a large glowing orb that looked like some sort of planet, though any person with adequate observation could easily tell that they were not in the space that separated planets, the darkness that hung beyond the skies of Earthland. The space seemed to give off a gentle glow of its own, and instinctively, Levinia knew that this was a different dimension. If only she could carry out some research on how time flowed here, and if this place was related to Earthland's dimension in any way. She was not ignorant enough to think that there was only one universe; nay, there was a vast assortment of worlds and planets out there. Somehow, she could sense that the closest point Earthland's plane of existence had to this place would be the strange wonder known as the Wakusei Portals, that hub that linked Earthland to many other dimensions. Perhaps it was simply because that place was a point of space travel, and so was similarly connected to many other dimensions.
Levinia could make out a strange floating island in the distance, and the Absolute Dimension headed there unerringly. At that point, a heavy fatigue washed over her, and she struggled to maintain the grimoire until they were safely on solid ground. In an instant, it was as though they passed through a pulsating film of energy; the runes spiraling outwards and unraveling to drop its inhabitants safely on what looked like black polished tiles. The skies above resembled glass, though it was not too easy to tell just by looking at them. Perhaps they were solid, perhaps the floating island was in some sort of cavern or building, no one knew... at least, not the both of them.
Levinia groaned softly and fell forward, her mind spinning from the exhaustion. She couldn't even manage to catch herself, but sprawled on the cool smooth floor. She faintly mumbled something about getting a little rest, her fatigue so great that she could not even consider whether the both of them were in any immediate danger. Of course, that was not very wise, but she was not even conscious enough to think.