Even when things did not change or move locations she had difficulty finding them. When something had moved locations and changed its purpose, well that made finding the location next to impossible for her. “Are you sure boy?” her small voice spoke up as they stopped on the edge of some town. “Yerf, yerf.” the large blue wolf nodded that he was indeed sure the place she searched for was somewhere within the city ahead of them. He had never been wrong before, yet, she hoped he was because she didn’t actually want to find where she was looking for this time. Part of this? Had been the large wolves idea. Considering he had recently gained the ability to turn into a humanoid man when the urge struck, he got his way this time around. Sure, he was happiest and perfectly content remaining her barking wolfy companion and guardian, but if he needed to she had no doubt he’d transform.
“Dragonbane Avenue, that’s.. interesting.” she could remember the last time that she had been in this town, it had been in shambles. At least the rebuild seemed to have gone well! Since there didn’t appear to be much lasting damage, maybe the bad blood from that day would be less than anticipated. Unconsciously she touched the brown duffle bag sitting on his back in front of her, making sure it didn’t go anywhere against her own knowledge. Within that case? Existed a protection of sorts, albeit the object contained was far from wonderful. “Let’s go boy.” she nodded slightly, seeing that they were in front of a building that read fairy tail on the front of it, no one could mistake where she currently was as anything other than her goal location.
A small ruckus would be heard as a large wolf strode up to the appointment desk and the young mage there clearly didn’t know what to make of it. “Frey Rune. I need an appointment with an Ace or the Guildmaster.” it was only when she spoke up that the one behind the desk finally noticed the wolf wasn’t alone. Upon his back? Sat a girl barely past her toddler years with light bouncy green hair and bright eyes. “I have something that was stolen from the guild to return.” pay no heed to the fact she was technically the thief in the first place. Of course, anyone newer would likely have no idea how someone who looked to only be around four could even had gotten mixed up like that.