She was drowning! She was drowning! Help! Help!
Kimberly shot upright. That nightmare felt too real. She sighed, and put her head in her hands. It was just a dream. No cause for alarm, Kim, it was just a dream. She flops back down onto the bed.
This isn't a bed...
Kim opens her eyes, fully awake now, her internal warning bells ringing like crazy. This was not her room. She looks around. It looks like a city. There are no street lights, but it's not dark.
The sky. Oh god, the sky! Kim's head is fixed, staring up at the wild and vivid swirls of colour replacing the grey she was used to. It is beautiful and amazing and wonderful! And yet, so eerie. So quiet. This whole place just feels so off. She finally decides to get up off the hard tarmac. The green crystal is at her feet. No doubt Gravi had something to do with this bizarre new location. She was out of her comfort zone, and she didn't like it. She immediately grabbed the crystal, held it up in the air and thought the phrase that she is seriously never saying again. Ever. No more.
At that moment, her whole body glowed and pulsed a strong green light, and began forming the shape of her outfit; knee high green heeled boots, a green skirt that was far to short for Kim's taste, a white vest with a large green ribbon attacked to the front, a green neckerchief with one single white stripe, white elbow length gloves complete with gold bracelets, and finally, her trusty gold hilted green shiv, in the hand that previously held the crystal.
Now, she had to find out where she was, and how to get back. She begins properly examining her surroundings. The buildings were suspiciously featureless, and to add to her unease she felt that she wasn't the only living thing there.