It was about three minutes before a Team briefing when Isri frantically burst into the room that everyone occupied. She looked ruffled and was carrying a large satchel that carried writing supplies, praying that she wouldn’t be late again. Especially when she given such an important role for such an unruly Radiant, one who had already accidentally shamed her order before. Still, even though many looked upon her with exasperation, some even looked at her with exasperated fondness. Isri and Fidelity were charming at points, though they weren’t meant for everybody.
Anyways, Isri sheepishly shuffled toward the seat where she would write down the proceedings of the meeting. She attempted to sit primly, and started writing about the relationships she saw between everybody. That was her specialty. Whilst other Starseekers saw the information someone held, or importance that they held themselves with, Isri saw the people themselves, and the connections between them. Isri saw this point of view as a gift, but she knew that her supervisors would see it as a distraction. That still didn’t faze Isri, even though she took it too far when she wasn’t paying attention to herself, like she was doing at the briefing. Fidelity bobbed up beside her human, and started whispering in her ear. “I know what you’re thinking, and I want to do it too, but we can’t treat these people like our own characters.”
Isri casually waved her friend off, and turned towards the captain, watching as she started the real stuff, and told the actually important radiants about what they were doing. Isri, aside from just doing the minutes, was going to tag along with everyone, learning as much as she could. This would normally be the lesson of a first, or second ideal, but Isri wa sa strange case. Still, that didn’t make Isri less excited for the mission, especially as she was working with potentially fascinating people. One of her teammates was even a Worldshaper, which was extremely rare to see.
With a slight giggle, Isri got down to work, and she knew that she was probably going to have fun.
(I’m sorry if it sucks, I have strep and I’m kinda disoriented)