Maybe intentionally trying to mess with interdimensional portals was a bad idea, Akira thought just before she was pulled in. Well, at least she wasn't bored anymore.
"That makes sense. I wonder if the demons have noticed me yet."
"I don't really know if anyone would. Paper doesn't seem very common here."
"Ah, demon magic seems very flexible."
"It does seem pretty great though I haven't heard a lot of details about either of the others."
"I think I've heard that much at least. I don't really know what the limits on all that are though. Is there more information in the museum or somewhere else I could get it?"
Awesome, she looks over everything, paying more attention to the videos. She's seen plenty of wings.
Fairies going from Mars to Earth, really fast, in real time! Fairies excavating a lake in some pretty wilderness where they wanted a lake by launching themselves at the ground somewhat less fast than that. A fairy factory producing computer parts with things floating around and being assembled in vacuum chambers while fairies stare at them. A fairy city, built ludicrously vertical.
"Gosh that's a tall city. So... computers, the literal definition feels like it's about doing lots of calculations but the real meaning feels like it's somehow something that does all sorts of things? Productivity and entertainment and communication all wrapped into one? Do I have that right?"
"Oh wow, that's neat."
"Huh, so Heaven started off filled by all this Cloudfluff and angels just carve out stuff from inside it? That's an interesting way for a world to be. Sounds like it might get a bit claustrophobic though. Like spending all your time underground."
"Oh, I guess they've had a long time to clear out big spaces. I wonder if it looks like a normal sky from the inside."
"That makes sense. I don't think it would be quite the same but they've had a long time to get it as close as possible."
"Huh, are Daeva that start that way psychologically different from those that were born in the mortal world?"
"Most people don't do well without access to sunlight, sky and a day night cycle. It's one of those bits of wisdom you hear when designing a world you intend for people to spend a bunch of time in."