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'll want to close the shutters first, the Chasmapolis 'sun' is just as bright as it was earlier.
And she can sleep. The bed is plenty comfortable, cheap hotel or no.
Up bright and early to scare up some breakfast - can she get something in the French toast vein? - and proceed with her itinerary.
She can get literal French toast, though if she's going to eat on the fly she might prefer French toast sticks with embedded chocolate chips and no syrup.
Off she brooms.
Her schedule calls for more theater.
Theater!!! Is this one in English.
She can get a device with live subtitles, which is kind of like it being in English?
It is kind of like that. Yay!
This piece is a comedy about two witches in love with each other who both think the other is straight.
Watchers are super chill about this so she is going to appreciate this as a comedic love story and try not to be anxious about it.
Is she not even going to be anxious when one of the leads gets a mangled rumor that her beloved is courting another man and looks into sabotaging him?
It's normal that there's bad behavior in shows, the thing that would previously have alarmed her would be approving treatment of lesbianism. The rumor thing is just, like Shakespearean, no problem.
It does seem pretty likely that the playwright here approved of lesbianism, yes. The show ends with the two dating each other, which the narrative tone seems to consider a happy ending.
Which is exactly the thing she's glad the Watchers have more of a direct line on than she does.
She could pick another time slot if she wanted, but her original plan was to do the lunar landing site tour now!
She is raring to go. After a snack. Space fruit! And now lunar landing.
The experience is a lot like touring a historic site on Earth in some ways, save for how this site is mainly notable for not being on Earth – her paperwork gets checked, there's glass walkways around everything interesting, et cetera. The tour narration is mostly but not entirely stuff she could have heard before, though she probably hasn't heard about Lunabella's push to get conspicuously artificial things off of the near side of the moon, or Lunabella-ORC backup plans for rescuing astronauts who were dying on the lunar surface.
Objects in the domain are, technically, fascimiles of the true objects. Given this, there's some stuff she can poke.
They don't get to see the real thing? Figures. She will poke the things as a consolation prize.
It's not that this is a bunch of assembled replicas which might be missing details, for what it's worth? Dominion magic naturally replicates the inanimate objects in base reality when a bubble is formed.
Huh, so they're like, shadows cast from reality? Neat.
Sure, you could put it that way.
Poke poke. Selfies.
She could also pay someone to take a fancier photo of her if she wants, but this option seems to mainly be targeting people who didn't bring their own cameras.