Rina looked around the village near the portal and wondered what kind of things they would have there. She even pondered if there were items sold by those criminals they call, "poachers". Rina shivered at the idea, because it was too terrible to even think about. She couldn't even bare to think about the fact that there could easily be some sort of mystical animal's guts hanging around in some sort of black market. So, she took a deep breath as she stiffened her body up. With the release of air, she began to loosen back up and cleared her mind of the horrible possibilities that rested in this village. She then decided that she should go up to a local and ask them about the whereabouts of some rations, and maybe even something to help with the job itself. So, as she walked up to a person wearing sunglasses and a trenchcoat, she asked, "Do you know if there are any rations around?" With a spiteful tone in his voice, he said to Rina very annoyed, "Go bother someone else. I don't want an idiotic girl messing with me right now, and I sure as hell don't need to be talking to same guild mage." As he shoved her away, Rina glared at him with hate in her eyes but decided that she couldn't deal with him right now. She needed some real help, not someone who would just push her away like that. So, she began to walk towards the other direction
She looked around to see if anyone was willing to help her, but it took her 10 minutes to actually find a kind person. With a smile, they pointed to an area that was about 3 minutes away if you walked there. With a smile, Rina thanked the helpful lady as she walked off to the ration area and bought some food and drinks. The items would be hard to carry around, so Rina sent it off into the heavenly gardens in hopes that the goddess wouldn't be mad she was using it for her own personal gain. Rina then decided that it was time for her to finally go to the portals. She couldn't wait to actually meet her job partner. Rina couldn't believe that she was actually doing an A rank job. She smiled as she remembered the first job she had ever done in Fairy Tail as she walked towards the portal. It was with her favorite little child, Sogi. Now, Sogi was pretty much separated from the guild, due to him not being respondent to it. She frowned, but she understood that doing all these things were hard to keep up with, especially if you were as young as Sogi. She didn't want to be too distracted by the fact that Sogi was pretty much gone, so she decided it was time to take another deep breath. So, she did, and when she opened her eyes, she saw a bridge leading straight to an area that was beautiful. There were so many trees and plants, that it made the area look almost similar to the Heavenly Gardens. Rina stood in awe as she looked at it. So, she began walking on that bridge, ready to enter the area.
Rina entered the area the portal was around, but the problem was...was that she had no idea what this person looked like. All she really knew about them, was that their name was "Lester Drynedi" or something like that. She looked around in hopes of actually finding this person, but there were too many people around here that could possibly be the one person she had signed up with. It was utter chaos for her to actually pick out that one person who had nothing attached to their name. Rina didn't even think about the situation till now. She hit herself on the forehead and couldn't believe that she was such an idiot for not checking in with this person. So, she decided to sit on a bench, where she looked down at her phone and messaged the person. On the little box, she wrote, "Hey, where are you? I'm sitting on a bench near the portals. I completely forgot to ask about what you looked like before I decided to go on a job with you. So, yea...try and find me." As she pressed enter, she took a photo of what was in front of her and pressed the little button with a camera on it. The inside of the photo encaptured a few groups of mages in brown cloaks, along with the bridge Rina had crossed to get to the portal from the village.