After a bit of walking along the path that supposedly led to the guild in question, the storm continued to rage on, but the air felt warmer. Obviously confused, Desmond began to look around, hoping he didn't run across an enemy of sorts. He didn't have his gear with him, so he couldn't defend himself with anything other than his own martial prowess. At first he saw nothing, but eventually Desmond gazed upon what appeared to be things made of blue light, and after a few more seconds the hunter discerned them to be a sort of... Wolfish phantasm. A questionable look sprouted on the man's face, and he slowly treaded towards the blue wolves, but once he reached a certain point the wolves backed off a bit, seemingly intimidated of some degree. So the hunter stopped, and just stared at them. That is, until they began moving, stopping after a few moments to turn back at Desmond.
Do they want me to... Follow them?
Desmond figured it was the simplest answer to the question, and it made some sense. They seemed to radiate heat, so that seemed very much welcoming to the hunter. On top of that, the guild he did want to join was named after wolves. So, he walked forward, following the ghostly figures as the treaded up the mountain and towards his eventual destination. The scenery was definitely appealing, as the woods were the place that Desmond found himself most, and snowy regions always looked better to him anyways. His thoughts were interrupted when the wolves suddenly stopped, seemingly because they have reached their destination. And so they did. Even if the wolves didn't get too close to the building, Desmond could see it. And honestly... He was surprised with its modesty. The hunter always thought that guild halls were gigantic and grande, not this relatively small. The next thought that popped to mind was how the storm seemingly didn't touch the general vicinity, instead being replaced with a very light snow. This made the place seem endlessly more beautiful, but he was not here to gawk.
I guess this'll be the place I spend my time at from now on. Assuming I'm even allowed in. Ugh...
His thoughts went south immediately. Desmond was never one for working with others, from getting help, or even joining guilds. He wanted to do everything himself, as a display of pride and strength. However, he was a smart man. And he knew in order to gain his individual strength, he would need to work with others. So, the green haired man let out a sigh and faced the reality that was almost as harsh as the snowstorm he just went through, and began stepping towards the guild hall while patting and wiping off the snow from his fedora and shedding his overcoat, revealing his full attire, a nice suit and tie.
And besides... Wolves thrive on individualism as well as teamwork, right?
He thought to himself.