OOC: https://www.iwakuroleplay.com/threads/the-world.37190/ On a particularly rainy evening, Asha found herself sitting in the Introduction Inn. She glanced out the window and couldn’t help but smirk. Perhaps rain wasn’t the way to describe the current weather. It wasn’t water falling from the sky, rather, it was tiny balls of blue that on impact, would explode into a small cloud of blue glitter. Which of course, resulted in the town of Birthdale and the surrounding areas, being covered in a layer of the shimmery substance. This had been happening for a couple days in a row nonstop. The reason Asha was at the Introduction Inn this fine evening (and the evening prior for that matter) was for a quest of sorts. A month and a day ago (or that’s how long it was over on the Crest) she had sent out word that she’d be forming a party to seek out the Tower of Ascending. Any of those who would be interested in the, sure to be grand, adventure where to meet at the Introduction Inn sometime in this nine day week. And so, Asha now found herself playing the waiting game. She had sent out a couple of personal invitations to certain individuals. One of the individuals was the guide called “White Wolf”. She’d heard rumor of him a while ago and how he would try to help those who hadn’t yet become residents back to their bodies. If they did find the tower, he would hopefully have an easier time with such endeavors. Another went by the name of Hendrix, she didn’t know much of what he did, only that he’d been around a while and he was handy to have around. She’d heard him described as an adventurer and a valiant soul. Surely he’d be an asset? She’d also invited along a girl she’d just recently had the pleasure of meeting, Miss Karou Thaiago. She was fairly new to the world, but that was all the more reason to bring her along, right? She’d get to explore the diverse place while being accompanied by, at least one, experienced individual. What better way to learn? And if the girl decided she wanted to go home, then at journey end, hopefully ti would be plausible for her to do so. Of course, Asha hoped others would join in on the adventure, she was counting on it really. Asha was torn from her thoughts as her mother’s voice echoed around her. Of course, none of the other residents of the inn noticed. She relaxed and took the last bite of her pie, then just clenched her teeth around the fork, letting the eating instrument dangle from her mouth. A spacey expression crossed over her face as she let herself be absorbed by the snippet of sound from the real world. For any of those that glanced at her, all they would see is a brunette woman, feet propped up in the chair next to her, fork dangling from her lips with a small goofy smile on her face spacing off.