Tetra smiled slightly, a bit delighted that Eide was interested in seeing her latest work. Now that she thought about it, most of the items she had built were often left in the dark of her workshop and kept to herself, with only a few people having really seen much of what she's done(such as the people who hire her). The device Tetra had in mind had just been finished last week, as she now had a lot of free time and energy to do work, especially ever since she found out about her powers months ago(which had most certainly assisted greatly in ironing out problems). She stood back up slowly, using the table in front of them for some support.
"Alright then.", she said with a gesture to Eide to follow behind her, as she pulled the rest of the items in the cart along with her, leaving the pencil on the table behind. Tetra calmly walked through a short sand white coloured hallway, before entering a big rectangular room at the end of it. Opening the door revealed a fairly large amount of space, at least half of which had already been filled up with an assortment of uncompleted machines and shelves filled with unorganised papyrus scrolls tied in different coloured ribbons. There was a short staircase which led down(as the room had been built a little deeper into the ground for more space), which Tetra used to then bring in the bundle of the parts Eide brought for her and set it by on an empty spot next to a wall.
Tetra waved her hand in her direction, indicating to come to where she had walked to and try not to get overwhelmed by the mess surrounding them. The room was certainly a little darker than the living room, with the windows being of very small sizes(and even then, most have been intentionally covered up by some of her objects). Speaking of which, inside the room laid a huge array of mechanical creations. There were some long wooden shelves topped with atypically modeled gears and metallic scraps, and even some devices which had been attached to each other, seemingly serving no purpose at the current moment. An armour stand stood ominously in a corner, only having one strange and large brass arm attached to it, which appeared overly complex with an uncountable amount of gears and mechanisms integrated into it. There were also boxes laying around, keeping more random pieces of metal and other alloys. Other unusual hunks of machinery rested on the rocky floor of the room, most of them appearing to be calmly at rest in their slumber. Anything else to note might've been a deactivated small black bricked smelter set aside at the end of the room, most likely made use of for when Tetra required personally designed metallic parts of her own.
Anyways, the eccentric engineer was currently standing next to a slightly long wooden and weathered table. Lots of other uncompleted parts and fragments of machinery had been pushed out of the way to reveal a strange brass and brown coloured device. It appeared to have a very sturdy and circular stand, most likely to hold what looked like an intricately crafted cylinder, raised horizontally and tilted slightly so that one could manage to see a hole poking out of it. It suggested that one would most likely put one's eye by it to peer into the inside. Below the cylinder was a plate of sorts, on which was placed a small dish of dirty water. It wouldn't surprise some if it was an alien device of sorts from the future, if it weren't for the human touch to it made by Tetra. However, if one dared to look into what laid inside the scope, they might've changed their mind.
In front of Tetra were pieces of papyrus, attached onto the wall with what looked like simple clamps. They displayed drawn bizarre, circular, and seemingly two-dimensional... things. Most of these sketches had been detailed to show some sort of strange anatomy within the blob's own body with labels such as 'Core?' and 'Bubbles?', almost all of them accompanied by question marks at the end. Tetra appeared to be a bit more solemn than before currently, standing out of the way if Eide approached and then speaking for a bit.
"I must warn you... what you see through the scope will be unlike anything one could possibly imagine. On the other hand, you will be one of the first humans to know about this brand new discovery!", Tetra paused a bit here, looking slightly more excited at the end of her sentence before talking again.
"And before you ask me, no, it is not some sort replica of a portal to hell, or whatever otherworldly realm that people often talk about through rumours.", she said as she took a few seconds to examine the machine once again, before getting out of the way to write a few details down in her journal as she waited for Eide to take a look.