The terrestial world Laira found herself on wasn't what she had expected when RESINT had told her they needed it surveyed. She had expected a far off planetoid either devoid of life like the asteroid belt she had been sent to last time, or an arid desert like Tattooine or Jakku.
Instead she was on a civilized world with a comfortable temperate climate the redhead found relaxing. Like Alderaan in late spring with warm gusts of wind blowing through evergreen forests and a cool overall temperature that was enough that she did not require a jacket with her outfit. Instead she wore just a pair of tight dark brown pants with a white shirt tucked into its waist, a few laces opened up in the front to draw attention, and a matching pair of knee-tall boots with a slight heel in them. Her make up was simple, blush and eye liner, and a ring on her finger managed the rest of her traditionally vain aesthetics.
The people that she found on the planet seemed nice enough, if a little backwater. They appeared to be behind in the technological era, using electricity and such but she saw no evidence of droids or heavy machinery that the redhead princess could find or see. The village she found was exactly that, a village. Small with maybe only a few hundred people in it and various farms surrounding it, the smoke trailed off some of the chimneys, and people made merry around a cobblestone town square. It looked like an agricultural world that still used beasts or burden to pull plows, men and women worked the soil with their hands and simple tools, craftsmen forged and cut their tools for them, and merchants sold simple goods.
Overall the redhead liked it, partially because these simple people had never had to deal with someone like her which brought attention to the redhead as she sauntered through their river side village, but mostly because it had a simple calm to it. All the ravages of war and the turmoil she had been forced to sit with everyday wore on the princess, and all of it seemed to bleed away on this world. Its simple rusticness and the calm that flowed through it. Even the Force felt at peace on this world.
She wandered off towards a stone bridge that crossed the calm babbling river that ran alongside the village. No one was playing or fishing in it, and the Redhead stepped up to sit up on the railing with her feet dangling over the river.
Edited by Laira Darkhold, 14 January 2018 - 08:11 PM.