Arcadia also still injured from her last encounter. It should have been a quiet night babysitting a low key murder mystery party. A psychotic requip mage and his buddy had other ideas, and now her favorite dress was in tatters, and Arcadia was a well-bandaged slayer. She was very much looking forward to getting her dress to a tailor and herself back to Fairy Hills to soak in some soothing and healing herbs.
For now, a couple glasses of her favorite Fairy Tail slushie while catching up with the other Magnolia Seis was all she wanted to do. The Magnolia Seis were a group of kids she'd met in the East Forest not too long ago. She often hung out with them when not busy with guild business. Even just chatting with them over her iLac could be pretty relaxing.
Taking a seat at the guild hall bar, Arcadia ordered herself a couple glasses of mixed watermelon-strawberry juice. The bar staff left her with two glasses and a spoon. Arcadia rubbed over an aching bandaged forearm, before drawing out her sky blue iLac. She kissed the forehead of the Exceed-resembling kitty charm hanging from one corner for good luck.
Setting her iLac on the bar, she picked up one of her glasses in one hand, the spoon in another. She absently stirred while chilling the glass through concentrating chill magic into her hand. The young ice slayer sat her glass down only long enough to launch a messenger app, joining a Magnolia Seis group chat already in progress.
She joined in the middle of some discussion on a new PSA contest the Magic Council was holding to put in movie lacrimas before the movie. She couldn't help but giggle at the jokes flying back and forth. Before she could get enough into the spirit to contribute her own jokes to the chat, it all broke up as most of her non-wizard friends log off for family-stuff.
Slipping her iLac away, Arcadia thought over this contest. Her Magnolia Seis friends were right about one thing, It probably would be filled mostly with 'This is your brain. This is your brain in a dark guild.' kind of stuff. Maybe she could make a better one though. How hard could it be? It sounded kind of fun, and would be a good break from getting stabbed and sliced by clouds of knives. Plus there was no train to ride. They could shoot it here in Magnolia.
Rubbing her chin thoughtfully, Arcadia began brainstorming. She took a sip of her watermelon-strawberry juice-turned-slushie as she began to think out loud. "Maybe something about a person handing out pamphlets. We'd be making a movie pamphlet after all. hmm...but what if the pamphlets were actually self-aware... and their only purpose in life was to inform their readers..."