"A Pirate's Life Is The Life For Me!"
"The only one that I'll ever see!"
"Dawn's light is our signal to take our leave!"
"But at Dust, we'll plague these harbors once all the human's flee!"
An odd peace had settled over the sea, the breeze carrying the scent of tranquility. The sun was just beginning to set on the horizon, making the sky look like a ribbon dance of purples, blues, reds, and oranges. It was a breathtaking sight that any land liver would love to see, but a sailor could see it any day it wasn't storming. The cool blue waves lapped over each other calmly. Almost too calmly. It was all too easy to make the mistake that the weather would not flipflop on a person, and turn into a violent storm in mere minutes. It meant that many sailors were on their toes in case something like this happened.
Right around this time, the nocturnal inhabitants of the Devil's Conquest would start stirring, getting ready for a 'breakfast' with their fellow crewmates. Even if it wasn't the time for a feeding, it didn't mean that a majority of them didn't like to at least act human when it came to regular eating. At that, the humans on the ship still so had to eat.
The captain, wearing a long sleeved pirate's dress with gloves to match, kept her hat tipped. As well as a hood underneath her hat as she made her way through one of several winding hallways in the lower deck. The only visible parts of her body happened to be just a bit of skin between her leather gloves and sleeves, and the thick spiralling mass of girls that looped their way around her shoulders. The clicking of her boots sounded through the hallway. Although it wasn't visible, a small smile curled up on her lips. The silence was calming for her, something that didn't happen always. "Now I wonder what the first tedious little thing that will be brought to my attention will be...Hm." The comment may have come off as rude, if it hadn't been for the smooth and soothing tone of her voice. She tapped on several doors as she passed, rousing several people's attentions that it'd be time for them to go and get about their usual duties soon.