Theida had left her home village early in the morning. The mountains had been getting distinctly smaller as she went. In fact, at this point, it might as well be flat land- she'd never seen mountains this tiny. She was getting awfully worried. She'd be in so much trouble when she got back- if she got back. It was late afternoon at this point. If she tried to head back now, it would be dark before she reached home, and she'd never get anywhere in the dark. Sounds up ahead distracted her from her thoughts. It sounded like... people. People! Theida crept up onto a hill, masked by nothing but small size, and stared at the buildings just ahead. From what she could make out, there was nothing recognizable. The things that were talking didn't look like anything she'd ever seen before. With nothing else to be done, she began to walk down towards the town, worries keeping her low to the ground.