Just then, after checking the map he'd been given just in case, a much worse snowstorm began to whip up, making it nearly impossible to see past the white screen of snow. "Oh cool, it gets worse!" he continued, complaining to himself while wondering how anyone could live here comfortably. He imagined Silver Wolf probably had some top notch firewood or oil or...something that made this icy hell worth staying in for any amount of time.
After trudging further through the snow and feeling like his nerve endings were pretty much rendered useless at this point, he'd managed to see what looked like faint magical torches of in the distance. Had he done it? Had he really found the guild's hall. He made his best attempt at a full on sprint, desperate to reach any kind of heat before the shape of what he thought were torches came into view. They were a pair of wolves. "I....WHAT?! Well gee it looks like I'm at the end of my life apparently. No questions answered, no friends made. NOPE! I'm just gonna be frozen magic dog food! Oh well...I guess it beats freezing to death...maybe."
Probably confused or dumbfounded, the pair of wolves didn't outright attack him. In fact once they'd gotten closer they began nudging him a bit to the left, urging him on. A bit hesitant at first, Erebus wasn't exactly going to complain about a pair of wolves that weren't trying to kill him. Especially magical ones that were somehow warmer to be around. Eventually, he started to feel his legs again once the actual hall came into view and the raging storm outside seemed to die down almost instantly.
Looking back, Erebus saw that the wolves had disappeared, seemingly leaving no trace as he approached the large doors. Wanting to be polite, Erebus gave a good few knocks on the door before entering Silver Wolf's halls and beginning his life as one of their own. Stepping inside, he removed the hood of his jacket and said "Uh...hi. I was hoping I could get a membership here. Maybe take a few jobs. I hope that there are some openings or something I could fill.".