The hunter had looked into a great deal of guilds but there was something about this one that attracted her attention, namely the hunting of treasure and rare artifacts, which was a task that she was fairly well versed with already. OK, usually she was hunting people but she’d been on a few hunts for jewels and items too and felt that she might as well stick to what she was good at. She’d travelled far and wide in her time and had come a long way since she had been scrapping for food as a child, struggling to survive on the streets of Lavanitir. It had been a rough way to grow up but the experiences had made her into the woman she was now. With a quick trigger finger and a wit to match, Jaesa was more than confident in her abilities and ready to move on to bigger and better things.
“I hope this place has some good liquor,” she uttered, chuckling as her blazing weapon continued to melt the snow, allowing her to move a lot quicker although she almost became a cropper once or twice by tripping over the now slippery ground. The wolf just watched her progress, its head tilted, seeming to have an understanding far deeper than an ordinary wolf. Its behaviour was unnatural too and honestly, she was surprised that it hadn’t struck at her from the start. The woman had encountered her fair share of beasts and was fairly knowledgeable about the animal kingdom although her hunts had usually been for larger game, much larger, She had her fair share of tales to tell and hoped that those of the guild would too. There was something inspiring about hearing the adventures of others and it always spurred her onwards to seek greater ones herself.
Another half an hour passed and the red eyed woman finally reached the peak of the mountain, where she came across a lovely looking building that certainly captured her attention. It must have been the guild hall and as she approached it, she’d hear a howl on her left, resulting in her turning to see the wolf briefly incline its head in farewell, before vanishing back into the storm, its job done. Jaesa made a salute of sorts as it left, in gratitude for its help before climbing up the small staircase and entering the building.
Dismissing her weapon with a click of her fingers, the blonde rubbed her hands together, appreciating the warmth of the beautiful lobby.
“Anyone around?” she’d say casually, wanting nothing more than to take the weight off her feet for a while and drink all night long.