“They’re just absolutely fascinating, and honestly? You could describe them as dragons. Luckily, like everything else here, they don’t seem aggressive.”
Sier dismisses the holographic screen, leaning back and gesturing vaguely as they continue to speak.
“As a scientist, I’m interested in them since they seem to absorb the most starlight out of everything here. They also seem to be the most individualistic—other creatures appear to act in groups, more commonly.”
They laugh, then, shoulders lifting in a shrug as their eyes sparkle with mirth.
“But I’ll admit I also think they’re just very cool. Dragons are real, after all! Just not on Earth.”
Someone offscreen calls Sier’s name, and they turn towards the right right of the screen. They quickly turn back, reaching towards the camera.
“Duty calls, I guess. I have to help get everything set up. It might be a bit before I make another log, we’ve gotta make sure everything’s in order. And then I can get to exploring this world!”
Sier grins wildly, arms spread wide. Their name is called again, however, and their grin turns to something like a pout.
“Alright, alright. Until next time!”
The screen shuts off.