Walking was a slight hassle anymore. Was this thing on her back normally this heavy? Any time she ever used it, it felt like it had a bit of weight, but nothing significant at all, but now? It was like someone had weighed down a sack with bowling balls and told her to carry them around. At first, she was winded easily just headed down a couple of blocks. Now, she could go a good mile or so, though she would complain about it quite bit, which may or may not have hindered a full distance she could go. But that was just a classic Cersei thing to do. Granted, the pink haired girl had no real people to complain to at the moment, she very much afraid to try and use one of her summons to bounce the complaints from. That.. was just a cab of worms she refused to open.
What she really needed was some practice. To get used to her new weapon and just general use of them in general. The less she had to rely on her summons, the better off she felt in the long run. There were still times she felt intimidated and for some, a little afraid of them, but that was neither here nor there for the moment. So, while she was in Rose Garden, she had to get a couple things together for herself; some money, and some new clothes! Why clothes? Well, who doesn’t like to have some new things once in a while? And besides, attire was one of Cersei’s most personified parts of herself, so she chose to express herself through what she wore in most cases.
Today didn’t feel much different either. Her attire kept her looking casual, but certainly prepared to get down and dirty if needed. What stopped her from continuing on in the very moment had been watching a strange, masked person standing outside an establishment. They seemed to either be lost, or just psyching themselves up for something. When they pushed through, Cersei followed behind as though she were just what she was; a straggler. The Fairy Tail mage stepped inside and watched the person she had watched enter approach their request board and try to reach for something. It seemed as though she were just out of the reach and nobody seemed to want to help.
Seeing no other reason not to, the summoner approached the board and with her heels adding on to the couple inches she already had over this stranger, she plucked the paper from it and held it down enough for her and the girl to read. Then, something caught her eye. A cat burglar? Oh how amusing did she think it would be for a cat girl to be behind it... but thinking on it, she couldn’t let this go unattended. ”Excuse me, but if you don’t mind a hand in this, like, I’d love to come help.” With the paper held in her left hand, the stamp of her guild would be so very clearly in Vel’s face.