Tsidia was constantly followed by her worst enemy. No matter how far she could fly, it always followed her around, refusing to let go of her mind. That enemy was boredom. It wasn't a surprise that when she could feel another consciousness nearby, something bigger faster, more... alive she almost crashed into the ground, looking for the source. To her surprise even as she layed down vertically it still came from somewhere below. At first she was confused, but quick look around and bit of logical thinking made it pretty clear that there had to be some kind of underground system going in there. Having recently landed she didn't feel like getting back into the air and instead just wandered about until she found a cave leading to deeper tunnel. "haha, no", she said to herself and quickly turned around. Her claustrophobia wouldn't allow her any further.
Before she moved on she reached out all the way to the edges of her range, looking for any signs of something equally interesting in the area. Her only result was frustration, nothing worthy her attention all around. The cave still seemed like a bad idea, but... she didn't really have much choice now did she. After taking few extra scans and looks she slowly crawled into the dark space below. Despite her worries it seemed like she could pick the best area for a first timer. The walls weren't closing in on her, she had enough room to move and turn, even do all standard Tsidia's stretching sessions if she was up for it. Lack of natural light never really bothered her anyway. She just moved towards the point of highest mental traffic. That was all nice and comfortable until a wall suddenly bumped into her. (Not the other way around! )
She was so close, they were just on the other side! She pushed away the fear before it could get to her. On a closer inspection it wasn't really a wall, more like a rumble, collapsed part of the cave. She was not the one to tell what caused it, but that marked all nearby places as dangerous. And that brought her back to why she came here in the first place. Whoever sticked around here was either stuck or too dumb to know that it's not a good place to hang around. Either case they shouldn't be a threat. The cracks weren't big enough for her to crawl to the other side, but maybe...
She froze in place as the void substance, more commonly known as "the strange thing that makes bad things happen" lazily splashed against her body, slowly covering her entirely, as she closed her eyes. She knew there was a way to get to the other side and it was laughably easy to imagine herself simply standing there. Having confirmed her destination the substance started sinking inside her. The feeling of it feeding on her energy was impossible to get used to. It didn't take too long and she wasn't even breathing heavily yet when her body disintegrated almost instantly, remade and restored on the other side of the mess. When she fell down to her knees it crawled out of her as soon as it got there, quickly evaporating to expose her body the same as before, just in different place now. Proud of that accomplishment she reduced herself to all fours and stretched out like a cat, with a small purr for a better effect. "Anyone needs help of Tsidia?", she asked with a little silly smile and took a glance at who she followed for so long.