Now completely settled in her rather nice little train room, she couldn’t help but admire the scenery, though she already knew that she needed to meet someone. Biting her lower lip, she tried to think of what all she knew. When a small blank was drawn, she frowned. Yes, she would need to learn a lot of things, but more than that, she needed to make some form of friend of acquaintance that could fill her in on this type of stuff. As if there was an answer to her own thoughts, a man appeared from the same door she did.
“Oh hello” she stated quickly trying to not seem impolite or rude; however he was already walking off. Frowning, she stared at the ground for a moment. Did people with magical potential act differently? This wasn’t a thing she considered prior. There was a long pause as she tried to think of how best to judge this situation. Deciding to do exactly what she wanted, she got back up and walked out of her train room and down the hall.
She couldn’t help it, she was much too curious and she had only seen one person thus far. However, to be fair, she hadn’t really gone anywhere. That wasn’t the point; he looked like he knew things! Pleased with this decision, she peered into the next door, pleased to see if hadn’t went very far and soft knocked on the door before sliding it open.
“I umm..” Raya paused for a moment choosing her words carefully. “Wanted to introduce myself…” she added a bit nervously before taking a step forward and putting her hand out for a hand shake “My name is Raya, I’m a first year.” Realizing she was being weird she quickly pulled back her hand and laughed softly. “Can I ask for your name?” Sure his appearance seemed a bit off, and there wasn’t a lot of him that she could see, but maybe ALL magical people were like this.