The windows of The Phoenix show a spectacular view of the stars. Anywhere in space is a good place for stargazing, but it's hard to beat the view from this space ship. On one side of the ship is a breathtaking pink and blue nebula, like cotton candy, new stars already starting to shine. On the other, the emptiness of space goes on for eternity, the nothingness interrupted only by countless shining stars.
The ship itself looks like something out of a science fiction novel, obviously designed to look cool. It's painted a bright, yet deep blue on the outside. When activated, the thrusters look like a bright blue flame.
Inside the ship are only a few rooms.
The cockpit has three seats: a primary one at the front for the pilot, and two secondary ones behind and to the sides of the first, for the cannons.
The next room is a small bedroom, doubling as a small library. There are shelves and a bunkbed built into the walls, and no loose items anywhere. (There aren't loose items anywhere on the ship, as the captain likes to turn the gravity off for fun)
The next room is a lunch room. Nothing special here. The captain isn't much of a cook: even on Earth, she'd rather eat cup noodles than actually make something to eat. There's a closet where she keeps dehydrated foods and freeze dried foods, a water dispenser, and a freeze drying machine. There is one counter along the wall, but no chairs.
Next is the "engine room," where the inner workings of the ship lay. Just a bunch of machineary. This is also where the ship docks with other ships, space stations, and the ground.
The last room is the first room visitors to The Phoenix will see.
Inside it looks suspiciously familiar. The maker of this ship copied this room right out of Star Trek. There's one teleportation pad, where people can be teleported to and from the ship. There are also a few cool looking panels in this room. Nobody knows what they do.
Is this too long of a homethread introduction..? Oh well. Congratulations, you have finished the tour. Welcome to The Phoenix.
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And oh, there is no power on Earth, or below
That could ever break our hearts Or shake our souls
And when you Lay Me Down you'll only bury bones
'Cause oh, my heart and soul are going home