System Log loading...... Log Data Update: Location Coordinates RA: 10h 08m 22.3s DEC: +11° 58' 02" System air filtration: Sustainable Gravity lock: Sustainable Fuel: Sustainable ......Ending Log Transmission Sintrix exited out of the system's menu and leaned back against her chair, crossing her legs and laces her fingers with the index ones pointing outwards and tapping together in thought. Her thoughts were locked on the mission at hand today between conflicting lands of old and new technology. The uneasy threat of war between then was growing even more unstable lately and it required a force of action to be taken. A war, at this point of time, would prove illogical. There would be no gain for either side, only loss. Her people's technology was further advanced than the people of the north and east; and her kind couldn't handle the colder climate of the mountains... though the east provided warmth. The gain of her favor wasn't worth the effort of placing her people out in the battle field for just the ability to dominate a new race. She let out an impatient sigh and cut her eyes out the window of the ship she was in. The blinked in a moment's astonishment at the beauty of the scenery. She was in the eastern lands to meet with the woman leader and she wasn't knowledgeable of the land as much as she would have liked to be. It reminded her of the south; lush, green, warm, and a brilliant variety of astonishing earthy hues that dulled only slightly beneath a stunning periwinkle sky. She tilted her head and smiled a bit. Maybe a small battle to claim this land wouldn't be too bad. A transparent screen came up before her with a voice beaming from the ship of the destination arrival. She checked the temperature and oxygen and nodded in satisfaction that it was sustainable enough for her to emerge out without requiring more than what she had on. When she stood, her lizard like tail swayed and tilted downward to wrap close to her feet. She brushed her short blonde hair from her hair with clawed hands, just to have it fall back in place. Her attire was a tightly clinging suit made of special fibers that integrated with her own skin. It would change with her own color to adapt to the place she was in, much like a regular lizard would. It hid the essential parts of her body that deemed her a woman, but small things like her belly button and the scales that lined her sides and legs all showed through. She blinked her eyes that matched the sky's hue when she walked from the ship's loading platform and felt her body absorb the sunlight as it hit her body, causing her skin to glow a vibrant green. The meeting place was in an open terrain by a large lake that connected the northern and eastern lands. She admired the reflection of the water with a passing glance and felt in her element. Her soldiers followed from behind her and stood in formation in front of the ship, knowing not to follow her to the center of the field, but watching carefully. She crossed her arms and cut her eyes as the reached where she wanted to be and waited for the other leader to come.