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.
Snow on the ground disappears excess water so it doesn't pool. Snow held in hands just has water slide off.
"Everything I make tends to be a little magic. In this case, I'm not sure if the magic is in the snow or the water. That cloud will keep raining forever and you could stand on it."
Akira places a rope hanging in midair next to the cloud for them to climb.
She is briefly surprised that they can't climb the rope but doesn't worry too much once they figure out how to make things work.
"I'm Akira. It's nice to meet you. That's a neat sculpture."
"That makes sense. I can also make clay though I don't know if that could be fired. It may or may not take well to that. There's a lot of things I haven't had much reason to test before."
"I don't actually know? I'm not really sure what it means for clay to be wet or dry. I just know I have clay and that clay is something people sculpt sometimes. I never realized that mud is usually squishy before I came here or at least not the way it's squishy here. Maybe clay is the same."
She hold out her hand and conjures a solid cube six inches on a side of a red brown clay substance. It's dense and a bit tough but it is moldable with effort.
It seems to. It also gets easier as she works with it longer.
Akira goes back to watching the group playing on the cloud and also the other various people playing around.
She absently thinks about the various things she needs to test.