As the next crack of thunder forced a small shake from the sheer force of its power, the flash of thunder flashed, even to strike down near the hall itself. A view of it all from her window seat had left her in a serene mood. Rain crashing into the window in waves gave her no care in her viewing the act of nature work on its own volition. It was part of the reason she loved the coast towns so much. To peer out and look at the oceanside to the horizon was a memory that the brunette guest wanted to assure was burned into her mind forever... for however long that would be.
So one might ask why a complete stranger would be sitting inside a guild hall watching the rain. Well, Elizabeth was interested in joining a guild. After decades and even centuries had gone by, she never once thought anything of places like this. However, things seemed to change. What more, a place like Fairy Tail was something that was the closest to the visions she sought in a place. For her, the legally reigned guilds did nothing for her tastes, especially that of one condoned for violent means of subduing their targets. ”Excuse me, Miss? Someone will be right with you. Here’s that cup of coffee you asked for.” A bartender had approached, setting her cup down and with the update given to her, her attention turned up to them, giving a warm smile. ”Merci. But please, there is no rush. With this weather, I am not going any place.” She replied, assuring them that any urgency was unnecessary.