The manor of the Nakamuras was standard for a rich person such as her uncle or two. She held the names of her mother with the 'Nakamuras'. She found it odd how her two uncles didn't share the same last name and they were suppose to be her full blooded uncles not half. It was weird how that came about to her. The land and the manor itself held of three floors. The first floor held the basics of kitchen, dining hall, training room, and library as well as other things. The second floor was full of bedrooms and bathrooms for everyone as well as the treasure room held off limits to everyone but her two uncles. The third floor was small but had a balcony to look oer the whole city of Magnolia and the town's guild in sight. The Cathedral was nearby, but LeeAnn stayed well away from churches. The third floor was more of a lounge area to relax and look at scenery. It had two rooms, one was full windows surrounding as you could see all of magnolia with lush carpeting and the second one was a quiet room with chairs, a fireplace, pool table, and a few other small things. LeeAnn loved it here. She was used to big mansions growing up since she was from a wealthy family at least on her mother's side. Her father wasn't. He just fed off of her mother's wealth. The Nakamuras were a proud family. Her Unckle Shun was the primary owner of the place and was the one who was suppose to take care of her. Recently, in her mother's will, she left all the wealth to her adn her brother. LeeAnn didn't want money, but her big brother by her side comforting her. She stood on the third floor with her other Uncle, Hinato. He was taller than most men and looked younger for his age. There was a trait in her two uncles that caused them to age slower or not at all. It was their magic. It was somehow related to LeeAnn's only hers was an illness. "Your Uncle Shun should come around with a special guest of some kind. He wants you to meet him and gain some sort of friendship or something. Doubt he will follow through, he never seems to take any responsibility seriously until he has to like when you came along a month ago. LeeAnn...are you alright" asked her Uncle Hinato. LeeAnn's eyes were darkened with sadness and anger. Ever since a few years back, she had never smiled. Not even once. Even if she did, it was only a mask. A gentle hand was put on her left shoulder by her Uncle Hinato.
He could tell she was concealing her feelings too much and someone had to pry it out. Though, he had to let her be said my Kilia. It's best when she comes around on her own to pursue her own path. She was forced to join Fairy Tail. Hinato liked the guild very much and thought it was a good decision on their part to have her join that guild. They were very close and like family. It was a supplement that could create a new feeling in that sense. Hinato's long blue hair would go over his scar from the past battles with his brother. Shun pressed through the door disturbing the peace and quality time with her Uncle Hinato. They were the last family she knowingly had as far as she knew. Though there were Uncle Hinato's children that she hadn't met before actually. "Yo cherry, I need ya. The person I want you to meet is here. Come girl" he said improper of an Uncle. Hinato rolled his eyes and shook her head from side to side in disapproval. He crossed his arms and had a annoyed face as if this was no surprise at all. "Careless as ever. How could your mother leave you with someone like him out of all people in the world. The one with no children, still acts like an eighteen year old, and still doesn't have his act together. Ugh, I swear I wish agelessness would come with maturity sometimes. Let's go, LeeAnn. And please remember to put on your best behavior. I have no idea what Shun as in mind" he said.