The concept still felt strange to her. The idea that anyone would allow her in charge of children was wrong, but at such turbulent times, this was just chaotic. She may not be as reckless as her teenage self had been but her reputation still preceded her, and she still was no saint. Clearly this Albus Dumbledore had seen something others didn't, that or trusted Kaden to act as her conscience.
Either way here she was, standing outside of this castle where she was to live and work. Around her stood her luggage and she certainly didn't travel light. There were stacks of trunks and oddly a dapple grey horse. "I've been assured you'll be able to move my things to my room." She fixed the weasely looking man with an even glare which she then turned on to the half giant that stood beside him, though she had to look up to him. "My horses are very important to me. If I believe you are ill-treating him anyway, well, I'm sure you've been threatened before." She'd actually heard many good things about their groundskeeper and his love of animals but she had to be sure for herself.
After this there was nothing left to do but enter the vast hall. However as she approached she saw the huddle of young students, each wearing an equal look of fear and excitement, blocking the door. They must be waiting for the housing ceremony the professor had informed her of. Fighting through the mass didn't seem so appealing so instead she simply transported to just the other side of the doors.
She walked confidently down the centre of the hall, earning herself looks from curious students. It may be her less than conventional outfit or her infamous reputation again. Although she had long given up any idea of ruling some habits would not die and she still walked like a queen, with her head held high, her hair loose and tumbling to the small of her back. As she slipped into her seat at the head table she noted Kadens absence, wondering where he could have gotten to.