Meli eyed the cannon through her peripheral vision. She tucked away her flask.
"No, it's fine really." She whipped out another flask, a bit larger in size from her opposite hip, shaking it like the previous one.
"Nothing dangerous, I assure you," Meli chuckled.
She reached behind her back and pulled out an orange from a pack. With a talon-like finger, she punctured the rind and started to peel it in a spiral shape, leaving the rind in one piece.
@Meli: Eh? Well then. Upon yer seas, what do ye define as "impressive"?
@Dark Lord: Tis good to hear. Hope all goes well fer that. May I get ye somethin' to guzzle down?
@Laury: No need to be impatient, lass. Pirates are usually late as we find fun things to occupy ourselves with on the pathway, yar har.
@Cuz: Ah, I see lass. Well. Tis as good a time as ever to fashion yerself a crew, or perhaps join one fer the time being. Solo pirates can also make it pretty well these days, I hear. So yer path entirely to choose.
She tapped an orange slice on her lips in thought. After a few moments of silence, she spoke.
"Mm, I don't know. But I supposed something that is the norm to someone wouldn't be as impresseive as it would be to someone who's not used to such things."