The note upon the wall looked marvelously attractive. Lately the guild had gotten crowded, many new people had been arriving and although she had wished to know them a bit more than she did now, life had given her ample time to do so, aside from Poko, whom she’d had the honor of meeting prior in a… rather feisty turn of events. A little raging over spilled food had been one of the many ways the blonde had tried to become acquainted with people… but that she had actually managed to make a friend through it was a first. A grin played upon the warrioress’ lips as she tapped the board and turned around, going over the many outfits stored within her treasury. Not that she cared about fashion and such, but she’d always liked to go to the beach once…. get to know the scents that danced upon the waves, the feeling of a salty wind brushing against her skin. It’d be her first time at a proper beach. As, despite her years of travelling, she’d never even gotten remotely close to the sea. The mainland held no mysteries for her, but the unkempt deep blue had all that and more still hidden from her.
Overly excited the blonde mentally scrolled through a few selected outfits and settled with what seemed to be a good choice; not too revealing, not too covered-up. It wasn’t that she was ashamed of showing some skin, but she’d been kindly reminded that there was a place and time for anything, but just not now. Or something along those lines. She didn’t really bother returning to her own room to get dressed like any other probably would and requiped instantly, trading her regular clothing for a black bikini, decorated with a minimum of golden trimmings and a single golden pearl in between the cleavage, where both cups connected. A red, leaf-patterned sarong adorned her waist, one side tied on her left hip and revealing most of her left leg in the process. Her golden bracelet multiplied and appeared on both wrists, with a golden circlet wrapped around her left bicep. Surely these were more accessories than she needed for an outing to the beach, yet she felt it had to be as such, and no more. As a pair of sunglasses materialised in her hand the blonde started moving towards the main hall, ready to find the portal and get the party started.
Or so she thought. Instead she found Poko and Kalec in front of the golden portal, in time to have heard Kalec’s whistling game and smiled rather amused as she slowed down her pace enough for the two to have some time for conversation between themselves before speaking up herself. ”What a lovely day, don't you think?” she said loud and clear as she passed by the two and pat Poko on the back almost comfortingly, only to remain lingering in between the twosome and the portal for a short moment, a playful grin dancing upon her lips. ”You two planning on spending the day outside the portal together, or are you actually taking that step forward towards this golden Paradise?” she said, eyeing the two with a friendly face. As she stood now it almost seemed like she was trying to hold an elevator from closing its doors, one leg already halfway through the portal. ”Well… either way, I’ll go ahead and keep our host company. I’ll save you a good spot so take all the time you need~” Kitalpha winked teasingly as she pushed her sunglasses into her hair and made a bowing gesture while moving through the portal. ”See you on the other side!”
Moments later she arrived on the other side, being met by a strong sun immediately burning into her skin, as well as Quill and his companions, whom she curiously eyed. ”This place is just… wow. I’m at a loss for words, truly, this is quite the masterpiece, Quill!” she greeted her fellow guildmate with an approving nod.