Arriving without bringing attention to oneself is key when landing on a primitive planet. Sapphire's current space travel technology wasn't exactly discreet, though with a little tweaking the woman had gotten her ship to be practically undetectable by low-level technology when entering the atmosphere. However, her ship could still easily be spotted by one the planet's inhabitants and that could prove to be an exceptionally messy situation. Earth had been easily enough to enter it's atmosphere without rising suspicion. She had come to the planet while it was night and transmitted a signal that would throw off any mid-level or higher technology if any even existed yet on Earth. Sapphire had never been to Earth in all her years until just a few nights back, but she'd heard many stories of Earth and humans. Some of Sapphire's acquaintances had spoke of coming to the planet for site-seeing. Her reasons were far different. The ship that belonged to this aged woman whose eyes and hair matched her name served as headquarters while she was "visiting" a planet for any amount of time. With books stacked up on either side of her, Sapphire was sure she had learned all she needed to go interact with the humans. Since she'd arrived on Earth, Sapphire had only moved from her ship once in order to obtain the books. The ship was small enough so that she was able to park it under an old dock in what used to be a lake. Sapphire doubted humans would recognize what the object actually was if they were to find it. Based on the images she'd seen in the books she had collected from local civilization, humans thought spaceships to be far more different than they actually were. Sapphire figured that a primitive spaceship must have landed there at some point. After removing her feet from their place upon the desk, Sapphire moved towards the storage compartment closest to her to retrieve her long black leather trench coat. The last planet she'd been on had a shop that sold clothes quite similar to the styles currently found on Earth. She slipped the coat on over her simple dark purple button-up shirt and shoved her hands in her jean pockets to pull out their contents. She placed the small objects on the desk before pressing the red button just below several green ones. This caused the heavy metal door to drop and bright light to pour into the ship. Sapphire fished out a pair of sunglasses that had been previously placed in the pocket of the trench coat and put them on before stepping out. It was rather tight space. It was better than parking in an open space where it would have likely been found almost immediately, but she disliked confined space. She thought of this as she squeezed through the minimal amount of space between the dock and the ship. Sapphire walked towards the nearest civilization hoping not to attract too much attention. From what she had seen last time, that wouldn't be much of a problem. Her brightly colored hair caught of eyes of many on other planets, but here she just got compliments. That confused her a bit, considering the color of her hair and eyes were unnatural and had been caused by the experiments from when she was a child. Sapphire's species had an immpeccable memory capability. That was curse given how long Sapphire had lived and all the terrible things she had seen. Though, she had seen some beautiful things and people as well. Sapphire was lost in her thoughts and hadn't noticed that she was about to walk directly into someone, and that someone was the same woman she'd had an encounter with a few days before.