Devotin' Full Time to Floatin' [Ysera | Invite] Sept 30, 2017 13:04:41 GMT -5
Post by Lana on Sept 30, 2017 13:04:41 GMT -5
Tseng was getting sick and tired of all of this. He had already discovered that the first portal had caused him to world jump. He had been hopeful that he'd done enough research to figure out how to manage things better. That he could get to where he wanted to go. At least they were aware that some worlds allowed their technology like his PHS to work. His PHS was one of the few things that never left his side. It was his only way to communicate with his co-workers. He was able to message them and call them if necessary. It was very important to his job. That's when he noticed something a bit strange.
He was upside down and underwater.
Tseng had been like this for at least a few minutes. He hadn't noticed it before and hadn't noticed holding his breath. Was he even holding his breath? It made the Turk panic for a few moments, stopping any and all breathing he may have been doing. Maybe they weren't traveling through worlds? Maybe he had died in the helicopter crash. It would account for everything strange that had been happening since. But, it did not explain why the helicopter malfunctioned on him.
Tseng had looked down, or rather up. He wasn't really all that sure. But, either way, he had realized that his legs had been replaced with a rather oddly shaped tail. It resembled a koi fish, if he was being quite honest. It was bright orange and white. The fins were positioned where his hips and behind would normally be. He managed to lift the fin forward to discover there was also one where both his feet would be and then one just above it. If it had been anywhere else but on his legs, but might find it quite beautiful. However, the fact that he was missing half his body worried him more. It was also a bit awkward that his uniform was gone and lacked all form of clothing.
It was almost like Hojo was behind all of this.
The Turk made a few attempts to adjust his placement in the water as his eyes scanned his surroundings. It seemed that breathing wasn't an issue after he was finally forced to breath with his failed attempt to swim toward the surface. He didn't quite know what to do. He looked like an idiot flailing his arms with his hair failing to cooperate. He was so caught off guard, he hadn't even noticed his gun was lying on the sand below him, or rather above him.