Due to the poor weather conditions, Nana was forced to wear the goggles to cover her eyes, and not using them as the accessories they truly were. It helped a little bit. This way, at least she could avoid getting her eyes assaulted by rogue snowflakes every five seconds. She was cold to the bone, and her jacket was soaked with molten snow. Her pink scarf barely hung onto her neck, despite the harsh winds. Her hair whipped around like it was alive as the air toyed around with it. One of the downsides with having such long hair, but Nana had no intention of cutting it anytime soon. She loved her baby pink hair, and right now it was at the perfect length. Sure, it was being a mild inconvenience, but she could live with it. She had done well so far right?
Despite the biting cold, Nana pressed on. What fueled her at this point wasn't really the prospect of joining a guild... She was fueled by the desire to go someplace warm. Maybe they served hot cocoa there? A cup didn't sound too bad at the moment. Oh, and how she longed for a warm blanket and a fireplace... snuggling up in a couch. Maybe she could even take a nap? Oh, that would be nice indeed. Her body was cold, and protested tiredly whenever she moved her legs. The trip had been long and difficult, but the end would be worth it.
"...?!" Nana gasped as she saw something different on the horizon. Had she just seen a candle? Or was she just imagining things? Reinvigorated, Nana picked up the pace, trudging through the snow as fast as her tired legs could carry her. Soon she would be warm... Soon she would meet her new peers... her new family. It didn't take long before Nana found herself standing in front of the door to the Silver Wolf Guild. She took a deep breath, and reached out for the doorknob, before finally twisting it, and opened the wooden door. The interior was warm and lively. Guildmembers sat down and chatted happily about mundane things. There was laughter, music and most importantly... warmth. Nana closed the door behind her, tired but happy. Nobody seemed to notice her at first, seeing as everyone was too busy socializing to notice that someone had entered. But a few did pick up on it. And it didn't take long before she was approached by one of the guildmembers.