She knew how taking a job worked now, at least the little girl was fairly sure she knew how it went. Of course? The only way to be sure was to try and take one on her own without the aid of her adoptive mother. Kanix had done her best to explain the process of completing requests to the little girl, but there was only so much a parent could do in order to prepare a child to take their own leap into something. Frey would be taking her true plunge into wizard work today, attempting to secure and complete a job without the aid of any other fairy tail members expect for her companion, Silver. White sandals laced up to right beneath her knees, scuffed against the ground with small noises as she shifted about in front of the job board. If she picked something too difficult then certainly failure would await her! However if she picked something too easy her guild-mates might think she had been afraid to pick anything good when she got back. Rune really had no easy way to pick which job she was going to accept, either direction she went things could go awfully wrong for a child like herself. Maybe this was not the best idea in the end, perhaps she needed to do another mission with her mother. No! She had promised herself that it would be done today, she didn't want to end up going on a family mission before she took her first solo. If Frey was going to do this? It was now or never.
“Silver, why don't you pick our job?” A large bluish head rose from its position on the wood beneath him, the creature she had spoken to was large and fearsome in appearance, laying down he matched her height and he was armored nicely. Words rung through to his pointed ears as the wolf stumbled from the land of dreams at the beckon of his mistress's voice. Silver as she had called him, rose slowly in aim to amble over to the job board beside the nicely dressed tyke. Honestly? The male did not want her going on any jobs without Kanix, the guild master was now the only person besides himself that he truly trusted to protect Frey! Plus his precious companion was young, innocent, in his opinion she was nowhere near ready to do any of this stuff. However he could not make her stop at this point, all he could do was be there to protect the child no matter how much stupidity she chose to engage herself in. Yet one major issue remained, she requested him to pick the task they would embark on, but he was only an animal who before being rescued by her, had been feral. Reading? Was decently beyond his abilities and not an enjoyable task regardless of his lack in capability to do so. Frey was unaware of that simple fact, so she would not change her mind, he had to go on blind faith selecting one mission that would hopefully not prove to harsh for them. Dread in his very soul, the male lunged forward and tore one paper off the board, wishing Kanix had not undone his work at preventing Frey from discovering she could do this to begin with.
A small hand took the normal sized piece of paper from the mouth of her giant friend, unfurling it slightly since his jaws had crumbled it somewhat. Staring down at the page, she read slowly due to her young age, mind processing the information at the steadiest pace it could accomplish. Apparently some dangerous man was on the loss in the sewers somewhere, already they had secured one Mage but the city guard wanted two because the last man to go in came back dead. Truthfully this seemed risky, but silver had picked it, now it was theirs so they had to do it! “Alright.” At the very least she would not actually be alone on this quest since they'd secured a wizard from another guild! No lost face with her guild and someone else to go on this dangerous task with her, it seemed like it could work for the female.
“Let's go silver.” Expect from actually getting a move on? They had nothing to do, anything they owned that could be brought with, was already on, considering the two owned so little. Frey struggled for a few seconds getting onto her mounts back, jaws delicately picking her up and placing her there himself. “Thanks.” Sometimes being so small compared to the over four foot wolf, ended up being a major drag! Most of the time the little girl prayed her friend was full grown so he would not suddenly get taller on her. Once the wolf had Rune on his back, the beast turned to exit the guildhall, head out so they could go to the gate that lead back to fiore. Even if the wolf could teleport easily, it was more efficient to travel to the portal by paw, thought it was something no normal canine could do. Silver was experienced and clever, so getting down from the trees where fairies roamed, was no trouble, simply hooking his claws into the tree and slowly descending as Frey hugged her body flat to him, in order to avoid falling. Once the two arrived at the ground, she sat up and directed him to start running, his senses as a wolf aiding them in avoiding the beasts that roamed the forest floor.
Silver was swift to begin with, but he was also capable of teleporting short distances with his rider, so the travel to hargron, had been a swift adventure once the child asked for directions from some kind stranger. That unknown person? Would be left wondering for the rest of their life, why a five year old was out on her own, riding a giant Icy looking wolf. Actually tons of people wondered that, people of the town looking at the pair strangely. Of course it was to be expected in the end, since they had likely never seen a rune wolf like silver before, since the species only existed in the area surrounding the town of earth mates. All of it looked even more odd, since his rider was smaller than him. However this little girl had his heart for so long as they would both exist in any form.
“This should be the meeting place.” The child gulped slightly as she pulled the reigns to cause him to stop moving, right outside and entrance to the sewers that had been pried open. Now all they needed to do, was wait for the second Mage and hope no fit was thrown over her age or companion. Of course she also had to worry about being a dark Mage, but she didn't know it was some form of issue quiet yet, though her guild mark was hidden by her dress.