I stand and gather myself, and take a look through the window. Suddenly I remember why I fainted.
Princess Luna... she's a horse? No, that's not right, she's too small to be a horse, she's more like a pony... wait, why the hell do I even care what kind of equine she is? She's a damn animal! Is this some kind of twisted joke?
"I'm so glad to see you, Mr. Wright," the horse speaks.
The horse. Speaks. I think that's what knocked me out the first time. I'm finding it harder and harder to keep a grip on sanity.
I sit down in front of the window, not even trying to make an effort to hide my incredulousness.
"A-Are you... are you-?"
"Princess Luna, yes" she speaks again, with a young voice. Getting a better look, I can't believe it but it's weirder than just a talking horse that needs a defense attorney. She also has a horn, like a unicorn, and a pair of feathery wings, folded at her sides. As if it wasn't enough to have me represent a damn horse, it's some weird pegasus... unicorn... thing. I think there's a word for it, but it escapes me at the moment. A lot of things do, honestly.
"Uh, right, well..."
"Mr. Wright, I can tell you're distressed..."
Normally I'd question "is it that obvious?" at this point, but right now I know it is, and I really don't care. I'm talking to a horse, I'm allowed to be distressed.
"...so would it be okay if I just began to tell you what happened, and why I'm here?"
Well, that is what I came here to do, I guess. I nod my head, and notice Maya in the corner, completely speechless. I guess I'm maintaining slightly more compsure than she is.