Cerise looked in both directions, seeing a few students pass her by. One turned and looked at her, for a split second. And it was as if time had frozen. Her icy silver gaze stuck to the other woman's, and she shuffled through the available thoughts and surface knowledge as if it were a deck of cards. The connection was broken when the woman looked away, and the only useful thing that Cerise gained from it was that the dorms were in the opposite direction of which she was standing...
She strolled on for what felt like forever, but was only about twenty minutes, finally reaching a point where she saw a lot of people lounging; a few people slipping inside the repetitive design of rooms. Hope hope hope this is the dorms.
Cerise turned her head, and a group of boys turned their head. She tilted her head up so that from beneath the fedora's brim she could look at them, making eye contact with one. Again, she shuffled through the useless surface thoughts, until she picked up a clarification that this was the dorms. She moved towards the rooms, pulling a form out of her pocket and reading off which one was hers, and soon coming upon it. The door waited for her, and she pushed it open, seeing an empty room.
"Homey..." The girl commented to herself, feeling more awkward than ever before. She'd been through a kidnapping, traveling to Vegas with a man almost ten years her elder, gambling through some of the toughest foreign travelers, and even done battle with a vampire. But this; this topped it. School, err, an Academy. Whatever, was there even a difference? The brunette shut the door behind her and settled on her bed, pulling her bag beside her. She unzipped the long bag and watched it part over the mass of her things; the duffel bag easily bigger than most, able to devour two or three normal duffel bags.
She tugged out one important thing, which was the picture of Aces and her, and sat it on her nightstand. Then she just sat the duffel bag on the foot of her bed, and decided she'd go wondering around. Well, how interesting it'd be, she thought. Why not?
Cerise stepped out of her dorm and took in a deep breath. This place smelled so odd; so unlike the big cities in which she had been born and bred into. Her eyes studied a few students, and she picked off a few things like what was for lunch, some hot werewolf, and how nice it was out. She scoffed quietly, and began to move through, wandering around the outskirts of the school, enjoying the weather. But also, favoring the lack of people nearer the wooded area and grassy courtyards.
"Werewolves and vampires. Great." She muttered, sucking in a cold breath and turning to face the school, shoving her hands into her pockets.
Cursed blood suckers and... and... dogs? Never met a werewolf before, but jeez not sure if I want to... Man, what I'd give to turn back time.