This time around she'd join up with Fairy Tail. Her time in Onyx Moon had given her some insight in the guild, including the fact that freedom and independence were celebrated. That sounded perfect to Akeya, who would rather she had to deal with as few limitations and rules as possible. As long as the guild could provide her work and keep trouble off her back that was all she asked for and anything more she'd actually rather do without.
Although she'd heard some things about it being a family guild. She just hoped that they didn't insist on everyone being all chummy with each other: she didn't go around actively antagonizing people but she wasn't very good at the whole friendship thing. The best she could do was be polite and cooperative when it was needed and then try to keep to herself when possible.
Walking through Magnolia Town early in the morning she headed straight for the guild, hoping to get there before the town became active. She'd been in this town several towns before, so she knew what it was like: in the morning it seemed calm and peaceful, and then when the sun reached its zenith you'd be lucky if you weren't swamped by a bustle of activity. The citizens certainly loved to take advantage of the fact that they had a mage guild protecting them, as well as the prosperity that such a guild brought to the city.
Given that Akeya herself wasn't really the type to wish to mingle with crowds she'd rather avoid that. Of course given that she was planning to join the guild that might be difficult... Oh well. Something to worry about afterward. The downsides of a busy city didn't outweigh the benefits of the guild itself.
For the occasion of joining the guild she'd chosen to use her human form. Her draconic form was... better left hidden at times like these. Fiore wasn't a place which discriminated against non-humans (for the most part) but being a humanoid at the very least still made life easier. Of course her human form had some similarities to her draconic self... Shaking her head Akeya dismissed the thought. It was different enough that, as long as she was careful, nobody should be any wiser. Nobody who had no need to know, anyway.
Having the street to herself she glanced at her surroundings with yellow eyes, gaze lingering on the cathedral in the distance. A landmark for the entirety of Fiore... She rolled her shoulders and her gaze traveled further. Of little interest to her. What humans wished to dedicate their wealth and fortune to was of little concern for her. At the very least it could be considered impressive that humans managed to create constructions like that even without the use of magic.
A quick glance towards her own shadow eased her concerns about more important matters. Everything was still as it should be. She already had a plan for how to present herself at the guild: if her information about the place was correct it shouldn't be too difficult. Then again despite her long-term membership of Onyx Moon she'd never been very interested in Fairy Tail, so most of her knowledge was more superficial than she would have liked now that it was time for her to put that knowledge to use.
Turning into Dragonbane Avenue (a name which earned a frown and a light scoff from her before she smoothed out her facial expression) allowed her to see the guild in the distance, her stride hastening slightly as she headed straight for her target. The sun was quickly rising into the sky, and she hoped to be done with this before noon arrive.
She had things she wished to attend to today aside from getting herself a new source of income.
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