Pacific Rim (Darkshadowmark & cunfuzzler)
Cat brought her lighter around to the bowl of the bong, she took a deep breath and exhaled before lowering her mouth to it and lighting the bowl. She listened to the two percolators bubble as the smoke rose through the chambers, she pulled the bowl once the smoke reached her lips, and cleared the pipe. Cat set down the pipe and paced back and forth across her quarters staving off the urge to cough. Once she was content that she wasn't going to cough she checked her watch, it was almost time. She wrestled with the door for a moment before realizing she was trying to turn the wrong way, at knew she had to get a move on in a hurry, before the high hit her and she lost all focus.
Cat was still a bit surprised that she was even getting another chance to be a pilot with a new partner, much less in a new Jaeger, she had figured her absolute best case scenario was ending up in an old Jaeger like Matador Fury. For some reason though, fortune had favored her. Apparently another Jaeger pilot had lost their partner, and rather than assign rookies to one of the new Jaegers, the higher ups had decided to see if they were drift compatible first. Even someone as mediocre as herself who had some Jaeger piloting experience was better than a highly skilled rookie with no experience. Thus here she was, completely stoned, struggling to focus enough to find her way to the KCR (Kwoon Combat Room). Apparently, their information on file had led the higher ups to believe it was worth a shot to see if they were Drift compatible, and a session in the KCR was usually the last step before an actual attempt to drift.
Luckily she managed to get to her destination without incident, this fact meant she was fairly early arriving. Time that would have been wiser spent changing from her civilian clothes, a T-shirt illustrating Harley Quinn, blue jeans and a pair of Wonder Woman Reeboks was hardly proper attire for sparring, but by the time she thought of it she was already sitting in the middle of the room swaying back and forth as she stared blankly at the wall.