Princess Elestia Godiard, of the mountainous country of Dezera, fanned herself furiously as sweat poured down her fair skin. She was a tall beautiful woman, with long wavy light brown hair that went just past her waist (currently held in a large bun covered in gold and jewels), and with piercing light blue eyes. Upon her body she wore a long white gown with golden flowers embroidered along the edges. Though she was very beautiful and quite elegant, her skin and eyes did her no good in the climate that she was traveling in. The hot sun easily burned her so she had to stay covered in shade at all times, and her light coloured eyes were also very sensitive to the Sun's rays, making it difficult for her to see at times. The royal caravan that Elestia was traveling in felt as if it were traveling as slow as a snail and it frustrated her greatly. Patience was not something she had a lot of at the moment. It was bad enough that she had to marry someone that she had never met before, but having to live in such an arid climate as well made it a lot worse. Soon enough though, the caravan finally arrived in the city. Elestia gasped as she poked her head out of the curtains of her caravan. The capitol city of Fohrgar was as beautiful as it had been described. Tall decorated buildings and palm trees lined the river that passed through the city, which was one of the main sources of water and the reason for the little bit of life that grew here. People waved with smiling faces at the caravan as she passed by. They were all excited to see the princess from the far away land. Her "exotic" appearance seemed to intrigue them. With so many people though, it made it much more difficult for the caravan to move quickly and the guards had to keep asking people to move out of the way. Eventually though, they finally arrived at the palace. Elestia carefully stepped out from her caravan. A servant held the door open and helped her down while another held an umbrella over her head to ward off the sun. She surveyed the scene before her. Servants from the Palace were gathering her things and bringing them to her room. Important Palace Staff were present as well as some of Fohrgar's military to greet the princess. Where were the royal family? And the prince? Her eyes squinted from the sunlight that was glaring in her eyes, making it hard for her to identify anyone. They could be standing just behind someone or even right in plain sight and she wouldn't be able to tell.