TThe day was just starting. The sun wasn’t all too clear but it was managing to cut through some of the clouds to shine down light. The Luna estate was rather dark in comparison to the other guild homes. It was made almost completely out of granite and was made in the style of a much older castle. Inside was the smell of pastries and eggs as the maid that resided here seemed to have her hands full. However, they didn’t have many members she alone took care of all the cooking and cleaning of this estate.
Though the day had just started, Sheena was already awake and stalking through the halls with her normal attire. Rounding the corner, she ducked into the main dining room to see food set out as per normal. Today she had to try to get them new members. Taking a seat at the head of the table, she began to eat in silence.
Her mind wandered for a bit while she tried to think about how to best grab attention. Of course, she had a couple ideas, however if there was one thing she knew for sure. He wasn’t coming. Her silver eyes scanned the dining room again. He wasn’t here yet. That meant she could quickly duck out and go set up the stand without him tagging along.
It didn’t take long to finish her meal, and as per usual, it was quite good. Moving her plate into the kitchen, she made her way down the hall to the armory. Sheena took a couple choice items from there and then continued to the library where the rest would be stored. Moving amongst the bookshelves with ease, she pulled out a couple maps, the crest of the estate as well as the journal left by Lady Luna. Pleased with her findings, she left the home with no interruptions.
The city of Llewellyn was cheerful as usual. The streets were crowded as everyone set out to set up their shops or head out to work. Turning the corner, she was welcomed with the sight of the empty booths for the guilds. The booths were rather plain; however, each had a card with the guild name on it. Making her way towards the one marked with Luna she began to set up her booth.
Most guilds would have a banner and probably show off their contracted items, but they didn’t really have that convenience. Setting up weapons on either side of the booth as well as the crest in the center with the two journals on either side. Pleased with this, she stood behind the booth and crossed her arms, waiting to see people.