Rebecca is going to Lunabella! It's weird but she wants to see cool things and be better-traveled and maybe it's less weird if you see it in practice, a lot of people do reportedly like it there. And it's safe just to visit, it's not like she's going to be swept up by a slave caravan as soon as she bounces onto the moon. So this she does, hopping out of the portal network, silk witch robes whispering against her skin and lovingly-conditioned hair tightening its curls in the light gravity.
She will try that at least once. But only after she goes for a flight around the city!
By broomstick or by wing? There's a lot of the former and some of the latter.
Even if she's just doing regular flying, she's getting a lot of attention. Is she restraining herself to regular flying? Not everyone is.
Maybe she's showing off a little. If she manages to really impress someone she'll get mana off it, after all.
A pale witch eating a vividly red apple while in flight seems to be pretty impressed, but not giving Rebecca charge.
She is getting a solid number of admiring glances.
Well, the apple girl is probably an empusa like the girl in her music theory class, and they don't breathe, which is a real shame for Rebecca. Alas. Maybe the amphitheater where people perform for mana will work out for her, but if not she has a stash for her ~*~moon vacation~*~.
She alights on the ground. Where's a tasty looking place to get dinner?
Steakmelon gyro cart? 60-flavor tamale stand? Waffles?
Alternately, she could go to a restaurant.
She's feeling street food right now! She was told to try steakmelon and will do that, though only after reading the first twenty flavors on the tamales.
Beans, turkey, rabbit, fish, steakmelon, frog, gopher, tomato, squash, mild pepper, turkey egg, chicken egg, duck egg, mild cheese, spicy cheese, honey, pitaya, raspberry, strawberry, and apple.
Oh no, they have steakmelon too... maybe she'll get one of the sweet ones after steakmelon gyro.
She can get a steakmelon gyro for for some local currency. If she'd like to pay with a Kiss she can get her gyro with more other food than she wants to eat, or some coupons for free meals from the cart in the future.
She went to the currency exchange and does not want to pay with a Kiss for either of those things but it's neat that you can! Kind of means that basically anyone can pay for three squares a day with less than twenty minutes of work tops, wow.
Steakmelon gyro, om nom!
Well, any witch can, and you do have to get the mana, but still. Almost any Lunabellan witch (including the one at the counter) can conjure food faster than that, which may be relevant. The steakmelon will be carved off of a rotisserie, for show, but the bread and toppings get conjured on the spot.
It's tasty. Almost entirely like steak, but with a slight hint of watermelon.
Yummy. She gets a honey tamale for dessert.
The honey tastes vaguely of jasmine, which is tasty but probably not particularly exotic.
Well, she isn't used to it being a food taste! It's interesting.
She's going to stroll along, taking in the sights, intermittently looking at her brochures and notes and map to plan herself an itinerary that is efficient and balanced.
The sights include more food stands, a violinist, a mothergift tailoring shop, a garden store with a 10% off sale on blood apple trees, a library, a small but prominent shop offering matron-client matchmaking, and baths.
She's gonna stop at the violinist's and dance for a little bit because she is on the mooooooon. She smells the flowers and touches some of the fabrics.
What's a matron-client match, is there literature?
Not outside this shop, but she could go in if she wanted to.
Sure! Does it have posters inside?
There is a photograph of a smiling household that's clearly led by a paisley-robed woman, and another photograph of … another smiling household, but with less robe and more collar, led by an erinyes.
There's also a green reptilian woman in some armor-ish outfit sitting at a counter, who greets Rebecca in a language she can't parse.
"Hey, sorry, I just have English and a little bit of Spanish."
"Hello and welcome! No need to apologize. Are you looking for a matron?"