The two twins Dera and Hera were a bit of a sight to see as they entered the building, though oddly they did not attract that much attention from others, which was probably a good thing. Dera had his arms wrapped around his brothers neck, chest against his back, face resting contently burred in the back of Hera's neck, snoring softly. His legs were loosely around the sides of his brothers hips, though held in place by two strong arms to insure he did not slide off or fall backwards. They had been traveling since roughly five minutes after receiving their letter, just to get here on time. It was quite the trip, but the only one it seemed to have effected was Dera, who could not have even been bothered with helping direct Hera through the forest or even walk the rest of the way. Though regrettably, Dera should have stayed awake to help curb his twin's tongue. Hera was growling and snarling at anyone who stepped within arm's reach! Though he had nearly started something out in the courtyard, someone had intervened and pushed them inside...
Hera was far beyond annoyed with his brother at the moment, making him carry him, then having the audacity to fall asleep while being carried! Piggy-backing no less. He felt more like a pack-mule at the moment, probably looked like one too. He had two messenger's bags on each side of his hips, smooshed under his brothers legs, then one sizable bag in his right hand that appeared to be filled with cloths, possibly a few other things. Hera couldn't help himself, there were so many different people, so many different scents and powers flowing over his senses, he wasn't sure how he was still standing. His panic was well hidden though under a grueling and angered looking face, bright yellow eyes staring from person to person, sizing them up in one way or another before moving onto the next. Despite wanting to drop his brother and make exit back into the forest, he knew they needed to be here, even if it was filled with strangers. Dera had always reminded him that he had to give things time, had to give people time to get to know them... Ugh. He didn't want to do that though. People were terrifying, terrifying and-
Dera lets out a faint grumble as he moves one of his hands to lightly pat the side of Hera's cloaked head. The touch was simple, but nearly instantly the stiff and panicked Hera calms down. Even though the veil of sleep, Hera's thought's and panic had reached him. While Dera valued his rest and loved that his twin did not mind carrying him and their belongings, he knew better than to leave him alone when going into a strange place, with strange people. A soft sigh escapes him, lifting his head for but a moment, only to turn his head to the side, sucking in a large breath and slowly exhaling. He was exerting a great amount of calmness in his semi-drowsy state, slowly slipping off back into a light slumber, knowing fully well he did not need to be wide awake at the moment.
Hera's jaw clenches as Dera attempts to go back to sleep. Just knowing his brother was sort of awake was enough for him to calm down, the reassuring pat had helped a lot too. Though something else caught his attention as a young man appeared on stage, yelling for silence. Instantly Hera's attention was caught, unblinking as he shifts his weight slightly from foot to foot while waiting to listen. Though it appeared no one else was planning to do so. Suddenly a spiral of heat appeared, but Hera hardly flinched. The flames were hot, but since he was young, he had learned not to shy away from the burn. He listened silent to the instructors speech, hardly seeming phased as he turned into a phoenix and flew out. For once, a faint smile comes to the usually solemn werecats face, those yellow eyes glowing a bit brighter than they had in a long time. "Beautiful." He rumbles out as his brother suddenly jerks his head up, the thick mess of white hair falling freely into his face as he spoke, just in time as Hera had turned to make his way back out to the courtyard.
"Pretty? What's pretty? Why is it so hot suddenly?" Dera pant's softly, jokingly waving a hand towards his face, pretending it was a fan. "What did I miss?" As usual though, Dera's questions are met with only silence as he is carried back outside.