I was wondering - yeah I totally understand. I'm lying low, shall we say.
Simlay approaches the third door, the one that went into some sort of laboratory, as opposed to the museum of Simlay's childhood, or the ship of Zo's. Quietly, she looks up at the tall, trapezoidal block of stone now sealing it shut.
"Well," she says, "There were three doors, then two of the three closed as we went through them. Nodoa stayed behind and now this one is closed. I would guess she is inside. Do you suppose maybe we could open it?"