Pictures surely did not do justice when it came to showing just how large a building could really be. From magazines to even a few iLac pictures of people taking tourist photos in front of the guild hall, she never thought it would have been so much larger in person than she was now that she stood before its towering height. Perhaps this was simply her paranoias sneaking up on her and she was simply falling into the fear she was being led into an illusion of the cat girls castle. Honestly, that was the biggest hesitation that kept her from jumping into the whole guild with her usual peppy self.
After a moment to take to pump herself up she took in a big breath of air then exhaled. ”You got this, Cer. You gotta.” She muttered aloud to herself, wanting to psyche herself just enough to go that first step. After that, it would only be a few more before she would get to the door. Finally, she closed her eyes and tried to shut the thought out of her mind and refocus while she walked.
In the moment of her trying to steady her mind and get herself back to being, well herself, she had smacked face first into the doorway of the guild hall. Holding the bridge of her nose with one hand, she stumbled back, groaning in pain. ”Great going, you klutz! Now you’re gonna be the laughing stock of the place before you even walk in! Omg, I’m so embarrassed... ” Her cheeks were glowing near the shade of her own hair, flustered now more about entering than she was nervous. Maybe that was the better approach and something was helping her out with that?
That smack gave her a strange bout of confidence. Now she took a moment, shaking her head of the pain from her incident and then ruffling her hair around and back into place. Next came a small brush of her blazer jacket and then her skirt. Opening the doors now, she would step inside and shut the doors behind her before walking further into the hall, curious now as not really many people had paid much attention to her. Never a bad thing... especially today. But now she was growing nervous again, not knowing where to go or who to talk to. And not wanting to really try to be a Karen about things... she refused to be the one to make her first impression known to be “that girl who asks everyone for their manager”. Yuck.