Annie stifled a small sigh, tucking some of her hair behind her ear as she made her way from the training barracks toward the girls' dormitory. She should have known she'd be the one stuck with this--after all, it wasn't like there was anyone else leaping at the chance to show a new trainee the ropes. She couldn't say she was particular upset with the job, but she wasn't exactly happy about it, either. It seemed like more of a pain than an "educational experience," and, more importantly, it just sounded downright boring. Of course, that didn't mean training wasn't boring. Had she been given a say in the matter, she didn't know what she would have chosen. Neutral was a good way to put it, Annie supposed; she wasn't in favor of either training with the other recruits or showing a brand-new one around. Honestly, when Shadis brought it up, she wasn't particularly paying attention--she would have gone about her day as usual, had he not specifically selected her as the one designated to show the new recruit around. Something about it being a good chance for her to work on her "connection" with others, considering Annie wasn't particularly good in groups activities or working in teams. But what's done is done--it would be best if she just went along with the hand she was dealt rather than brood over it. It was a good thing, in a way, since she was able to skip out of today's training session. Maybe it wouldn't be all that bad; new trainees typically bailed out of training as soon as they were given the chance, so for all Annie knew, she wouldn't have to deal with this new girl for long. It was a bit strange, getting a new recruit so late. Annie shook it off before she could give it a second thought. Her job was to follow orders, and she didn't particularly care about the details or reasoning behind it. All she had to do was show a trainee around. She headed toward the girls' cabin after a quick glance around the building. She didn't see anyone she recognized outside, nor anyone she did; she assumed the new recruit was inside the dorm. If not, she'd just turn to go looking for her, despite how boring it sounded. She reached for the door handle, pushing it open as she shuffled inside. She might not be too fond of the idea of being put through the trouble of showing someone around, but she supposed it would pay off in the end, if it meant Shadis would get off her back about connection with her fellow squad members.