Originally Posted by Ask Mälzahar
"We can show you the void, we are so sure of ourselves as we can can pull apart the wall that separates and we have seen when it fails."
With that the prophet backed up from Mai and held out his hands. At first there was nothing but he continued, eyes staring ahead arms shaking as he tried to tear a hole. eventually a crack formed, an impossible crack suspended mid air, as if the very air has been cracked. Arms locking still he moved them apart, slowly at first but he got faster until his arms were wide open. Meanwhile, the crack began to grow and splinter randomly until the first hole was formed, all that could be seen was swirling clouds of purple similar to that of the sphere. (Which without intervention both would fall to the ground as Malzahar opened the portal.) Once the portal was full size the purple clouds began to clear, Malzahar was still holding his arms wide but was clawing at the air to remove the clouds, and there it was. The void in all its horrors.
The ground was a dull dark blue colour it looked sort hard like stone, its features were sharp and jagged, some strange blood red bush could be seen, though they had no leaves instead it barbed spikes impeded on its sides. The sky was the similar purple clouds that had been seen earlier though with a more pinkish hue, it was also littered with stars. Far of in the sky however there seemed to be a flying island? Several large rocks could be seen circling the base of the island not falling however.
As Mai looked into the void a small voidling scurried unto view, it hadn't noticed the portal but is still slowed down its gaze fixated on something that couldn't be seen. On top of Mai could here an alien whisper, or was it just the wind? Its very quite and can not be understood.
This was the void? Those ethereal violets lingered upon it, both fascinated and a bit scared of what she saw. It was so strange. She couldn't help but step a little closer, her gaze ever upon what she could make out through the crack. Somehow, it reminded her of something.
Maybe the dreadful darkness was too similar to the darkness of her past. Her expression shifted, and she stopped with an uncomfortably look at the view beyond the fracture in space. It didn't so much frighten her, as it brought back painful memories. That darkness, the essence of it. It was too similar.
Mai slowly averted her eyes with a trembling breath, "Why would.. what purpose does a place like that have? Is power really all it can offer?"