Meeting the two beasts had been...tense to say the least. The fact that she hadn't noticed them until they were right in front of her had also served to put her on edge, though she couldn't really blame anything but her own curiosity for that. They had shown up as she reached the edge of the storm, which is exactly what had distracted her.
The complexity of the magic required to contain a storm of the magnitude that she was seeing would be impressive on it's own, but the fact that the storm itself seemed to be, at least in part, completely self sustaining? That was utterly fantastic and had warrented further study. Study that was completely fruitless as she had no access to any of the actual spellforms or anchors that doubtless lied at the storms heart, the Silver Wolf Guild.
Regardless, when she'd finally become aware of the wolves she'd jumped back in shock before being pinned in their cold, not quite real gaze. The tense moment had felt like it had lasted for an eternity, but eventually most of the wolves huffed and turned away, retreating into the snow, one of the larger ones left behind, gesturing with it's head for her to follow.
Now, nearly an hour later, she still found herself in the snow, hugging her thick coat closer to her body, more to keep the moisture out than the cold as that didn't really bother her, but all the same.
Just as Reyla was about to speak up and ask the wolf, animal or not she expected a clearly magical creature that had shown obvious signs of sapience to be able to answer her in some way, about the length of their journey the beast tail stopped and an eerie howl echoed out over the storm.
In a fairly impressive display of magic the storm seemed to fade away from around her, revealing a large plateau with a shimmering blue dome of energy on top of it, complex runes humming as power coursed through them, keeping the barrier up and the storm out. The barrier seemed to open just enough to allow one person through as the wolf faded away, no longer needed now that a clear path to the Guild hall existed.
With a deep breath Reyla composed herself, it wouldn't do to appear nervous or in any way stressed by the situation, Reyla calmly strode through the barrier, the screen of light closing behind her, and made her way to the traditional building and the door to the guild and her future.
Raising her hand without hesitation, Reyla knocked.