The day was gorgeous already, though it was still very early. There were very few clouds, making for nice sailing weather and no threat of storms. She was very appreciative to be at sea, her siren ancestry making her feel at home near the sea and the waves. The salty air just smelled like home to her.
She was standing beside the Captain, observing the crew below. Everything was going nicely, with everyone seeming to be doing their job to the best of their abilties. Well, most everyone anyway. She took a moment to glance suspiciously at Faulk, their "dependable" Quatermaster, before the captain spoke.
"We all know Exploration is your first wife, Morrow. Of course you love her." She teased, grinning slightly at him.
Now that she had a moment though, she yelled down to Faulk. "Ay! Checked for stowaways yet Mr. Faulk?" He assured her he did, but she remained unconvinced. She would have to be sure to double check on that later.
A moment later, the captain walked off to his quarters, leaving her in charge. She waited until he was gone, before jumping down dramatically to the lower deck. Just before I could head down to really check for stowaways, I heard screaming. Alylina. "Hey!" I called quickly over there, "change your tone this instant, nobody wants to hear you screaming. Be nice, or don't speak at all. I'm not tolerating any of that today, its a nice day, lets keep it that way." She states sternly, before putting the final nail in the coffin, "I certainly don't want to have to report this to Captain Morrow, if he cant already hear you."
And with that said, she walked off again, continuing her personal mission. She went down to the rooms where the supplied were kept, and quietly walked around, listening for any signs of moment or life down there. She'd learned overtime that stowaways weren't easy to find, but she had ways around that.
"Reveal yourself, if you're here." She said firmly, a bit of force behind her words. Her speech was laced with her magic powers, compelling anyone who may have heard to comply. Especially anyone who wasn't supposed to be there in the first place.