Heero was amongst the bustling crowd of Fairy Tail, reading a report from several Fairy Tail Guild wizards---who had sweatdrops over their heads as if Heero was going to read something on the piece of parchment that they knew was not going to be good.
"Wizards were extremely reckless, but got the job done. Need to make several repairs to the properties surrounding the area of the Job; civilians weren't in any real danger...due to being evacuated at the beginning of the conflict..." Heero read outloud as he lowered the parchment with an ominous look.
He was sitting up on the stage, as usual. One leg raised as he rested one arm on his knee.
Just before he could chastise his guildmembers, the doors would fly open as a young man in a rather sharp all white suit with a top hat joined the crowd. The sunlight from outside pouring in behind him for just a moment, shadowing his entire visage. Because there were already dozens and dozens of normal humans and wizards in the Guild exchanging jobs and contracts, Heero thought nothing of it---until.
The young man announced himself, as a huge portion of the crowd turned towards him. Although a good portion of the crowd merely went about their business, a large portion of it surrounded the young man who Heero could tell was an actual wizard, and not just a Magician by profession due to sensing his Magic Power, even from across the room at the stage. He could feel a ton of potential, this young man was extremely powerful...even if he didn't know it yet.
"I think he means like a show?"
"No way! Someone like that in our Guild! I can think of a few tricks already!"
"Maybe he can make my damn wife disappear...."
"Give us a show then!"
Heero was intrigued as to how he would react to an actual crowd; and watched with his arms crossed from the stage; as a red cat would lower itself onto his shoulder; white wings disappearing from it as she swished her tail.
"Someone new?" Heero would nod, as Rose would look on intrigued as well as her ears would fidget anime style to pick up pieces of the conversation from the crowd surrounding the young wizard named Lucas.
Eventually, Heero would cross to him as the crowd would nudge each other and grow silent a bit, parting for him as even the clanking of the beer mugs and yelling seemed to draw a bit dim as a shot of him standing across from Lucas with Rose on his shoulder was seen. As he made eye contact with Lucas he felt......hopeful. As if everything were going to be OK. He'd heard he made others feel this way himself. As the wizard who had saved Fiore on more than one occasion scouted this newcomer, he couldn't help but feel like there was a story behind him that only time would tell. He would be happy to share it with him as a brother, when the time came.
"Yes, show us some Magic why don't you?" Heero would smirk and sparkle comically, breaking the ice as the entire Guild cheered.
"Ooooh oooooooooh! I volunteeeeeer!" Rose jumped up and down, competitive as always as she hopped onto the floor and crossed to the young man. "I'm Rose! Exceed Knight of Extalia! I'm ready to be uh....a magicians guinea pig I guess! Even if you have to saw me in half!" she said, getting a competitive glare in her eyes and balling up a paw, looking up to Lucas.
Heero would wait patiently for Lucas to blow everyone's mind. Hopefully his as well, as Heero loved stage Magic, afterward; he would nod to Lucas to follow him as they would step away from the crowd briefly. A few Fairy Tail wizards whispered briefly; watching Heero and Lucas have a word or two alone.
"So...I won't pry to much, but I'm assuming you left home of your own free will to seek employment as a wizard eh?" Heero nodded, wanting to know more about Lucas; but not wanting to push it. "Well...I just want you to know, regardless of your background or how you got here; if you're going to be one of us. You'll always have a family, and a place to call home."
Heero would extend a fistbump to Lucas, as a shot of them was shown from the side.
"There are kids running around Fiore wearing Fairy Tail T-shirts, and rocking our merchandise." he would smile at Lucas and punch him in the arm. "Heh, who knows. One day there may even be Lucas action figures!" he would nod to him and close his eyes with a more serious expression. "But what I'm saying is we represent an ideal...that even when no one else believes in you, we do, even when the Cops...the damn Rune Knights can't do it legally, we can. We get the most Job requests from countries all around the world of any of the Guilds....if you've never been out of the country, well...that's about to change quickly...Fairy Tail was established as a way of bringing the world of humans and magic together, by the ancient fairies and some of the first wizards.."
Heero nodded to Lucas, sensing that he had what it took to be a real wizard of Fairy Tail.
As someone brought Heero the magical ink box, a black box with a stamp inside resting in white magical ink---shaped in the crest of Fairy Tail's insignia.
"This ink will only stick on those who are true wizards of Fairy Tail in their heart......so, before I can pay you thousands of bucks a week in jewels, we'll have to do this. Are you ready?" with a circle around Lucas, he would wait for him to get the area where he wanted his Guild Mark ready; before Heero would deliver the stamp.
It would sizzle with magical golden light around it's edges and turn into the color that Lucas desired and that reflected him. As it solidified, Heero would look at him and smile as the entire guild erupted into cheers as the camera zoomed out. They then began to make merry and party, this being another excuse for more merriment. A lot of the wizards of Fairy Tail had problems of their own; but when they came here, to the Guild. To their place of employment and their second family. They let values trump their feelings, and stuck up for one another. A family that was always there to help pull eachother through the hard times. He was happy to welcome Lucas into such a family.