She considers her options, briefly, then decides that she really can't resist investigating. Risky? Perhaps. But it'll bug her if she doesn't figure out what's going on. She informs several people that should likely know that she is going into a strange magic bar thing, and then in she goes.
"As many people as possible should be immune to as many diseases as possible."
"And also they should not have that pesky 'lifespan' issue."
"We are in agreement."
"It's a pity I have to renew the preservation touch," she sighs. "It would make my job a lot easier if I could just poke a mortal and un-mortal them."
"Unfortunate," he agrees. "My shared immunities last, but of course they need renewing anyway because there are always new diseases."
"Yeah. The limits of divinity. Aren't they grand?" (They are not grand.)
"Thankfully," she says lightly, "I'm not stuck with just one manifestation."
"Yes. That would be very inconvenient."
"Thankfully, being a god or goddess is often convenient. Often very inconvenient, too, but those tend to be stuff you can compensate for."
Conversation trails off from there. Much later, after exploring has been completed and people have been spoken to:
"How long are you planning on staying in Milliways?"
"I was just going to leave this manifestation here indefinitely," he says. "Collecting disease immunities and perhaps offering to let someone immigrate once in a while."
"... That is a very good idea," she says, after a pause.
She sounds vaguely like she might like to borrow it.
"I thought so."
"I think I might borrow it. I can afford to make a replacement manifestation."
"This place is too useful to abandon."
"Agreed. I'd forgotten that leaving my manifested form here was an option. I'm not used to parking them places, usually they're travelling all over creation to poke people."
"Here, the people from all over creation come to you."
She laughs. "Yes! Very convenient. I can have a body dedicated to sitting. That'll be novel."
"Feel free to tell me if you find someone interesting that you think should be blessed and poked."
"I will. Feel free to do the same."