A mountain of books shook and rumbled within the private study of one Lilly Windgate; chronicler of the ages, relation to the crown itself and also-, "WHA?! *Smash*" Well known for her disorganized and rarest library in the known world. After having pulled herself up and out of the pile of books Lilly clicked her fingers and summoned the letter with the royal seal printed across it to her fingers. "Damn thing." She had been trying to obtain it within the pile of books when it all fell on her. Stepping from the pile she waved one hand and seemed to almost pull on magical strings, pulling the books into place on the selves once again as she was reading the letter, though soon a frown crossed her face as to what the letter was about...
Sure she was happy that she was able to pick her own slaves from the special slave market that was being held In RivenDall but having to go and collect them in a secret place and then live at Ranch until the day of the Master's Ball... Honestly she was starting to think her family was just messing her around now, though if these slaves were as rare as they said she may as well take the effort to go and meet them right? If they really were as rare as the letter said they were then there was no way Lilly was giving them up!
Dashing out of her privet study Lilly shouted out throughout the halls "Pack my bags! I am going to Ranch!" She said with large amount of glee before slamming the door... The doors falling back to the floor in turn.
Like all the other masters Lilly was stranding within the large drawing room awaiting her new slaves. Though it had not even been a hour Lilly was still getting impatient about waiting for them, in fact her mind wasn't even on the fact of avoiding mirrors so her 'other half' was having a wonderful time running around the mirror world of this place, hence leaving Lilly without a reflection at all. "Come long I don't have all day." Though she sounded upset she was in fact smiling, awaiting the kitty girl and bridy she had ordered, of course they were a little rarer than just that so she was happy about the whole thing.