As the chief tree tapper of the Muhvrid tribe, I spend most of my days high up in the towering trees that cover our misty planet. From up here, I can see for miles around, the dense forest spreading out as far as the eye can see.
Our people, the Muhvrids, are humanoid in appearance, with slender elongated bodies and blue skin. Our two antennae on our heads help us sense our surroundings, while our four long fingers on each hand are perfect for grasping onto the rough bark of the trees.
For generations, we’ve been tapping into the sap of these massive trees, using them for everything from medicine to building materials. But we’ve always known that there’s something more to these trees that we’ve never been able to explain.
That all changed when our tribe made a breakthrough. Through careful study and experimentation, we discovered that these trees are not just ordinary trees, but are actually portals to other worlds. With the right kind of energy and focus, we can activate the portals and travel to distant worlds beyond our own.
As the chief tree tapper, it was my job to lead the first group of Muhvrids through one of these portals. It was a daunting task, but one that I was more than ready for. We stepped through the portal and were instantly transported to a world, unlike anything we had ever seen before.
The sky was a deep shade of purple, and the ground was covered in a shimmering blue mist. Strange, alien creatures roamed the landscape, and we could hear the distant sounds of their calls and cries echoing through the air.
For weeks, we explored this new world, taking in everything we could learn about it. We studied flora and fauna, made contact with the locals, and even learned a few words of their language.
When it was time to return home, we stepped back through the portal and emerged in our own world. But we knew that our discovery was just the beginning. With this newfound knowledge, the Muhvrids were ready to explore the cosmos like never before, travelling through these ancient portals to discover new worlds and make contact with new forms of life.