The Arboretum Deck
Alexandra had secluded herself to this deck, refusing to leave it for now and having been working on keeping the plants sustained the entire time. If anything was wrong with the deck's control of its environment, the entire collection could be destroyed and she did not wish to see that. There is too much here for her to ignore and simply leave to the side. There was in specific one creation that she focused on most of all and it was the tree that held the very nexus that was moved from the planet this ship takes its name from. She was disappointed in hearing that the ship had taken the tree from the surface and placed it on such a lifeless creation; preferring that it be on the planet's surface and within the temple she had created it for.
She would simply have to replant a new one from the seeds of the original, create a new tree for the temple and until then she would feed this one much in the same way she fed the tree it came from. Her hand reaching out to place against the surface of the wood, fingers resting inside the canyons crafted in the bark. She let out a soft breath, mouthing a few silent words and letting her eyes close while her body fell into a trance. She smiled and brought memories of the past to her mind, letting joy and how she felt for her old students and family consume her. Slowly those feelings would be all someone would feel coming from her, and letting herself be consumed in them, eating away any consciousness as her mind focused only on feeding the tree before her.
Slowly ribbons of light left her body, wrapping through her and out as they followed the path from her body into the arm touching the tree. It was easier to feed the force into this tree, knowing that she had already connected with it before and had created the place that it sat now. Her form left her body, pulling together the strands of the force that linked the tree to the greater being which gave it life, bringing them to her body and connecting them to the body that she now inhabited. Separating herself like this left her defenseless, leaving her unable to move and leaving the body to barely function past breathing. She knew she would have to be quick about connecting her life force to the trees, so she did not distract herself as she worked. All while she worked though, the force was channeled through her own body, impaling it in a million places and curling back around to cut through her until it reached her arm and was fed into the tree itself. While her form outside her body was invisible, the force was not as it worked, ribbons moving through her like silver light as it curled around her and flowed into her arm, creating a trails of light that followed the bark of the tree once it reached her palm.
She did keep an eye on the area as she worked, making sure that other beings who entered the area were kept in her mind and none came too close. While she would not be able to see them while out of her body, she would be able to notice a shift in the force significant enough to catch her attention. She wasn't worried about others harming her, more that they would come to aid and receive no response from her otherwise unmoving and barely active body.