"Alright, well lets go then." Alana glanced at Tiketh with a nod. The common room was not too far of a walk, thankfully. Even with Alana's persistence on helping Tiketh, she still just herself, and supporting the weight of another person, regardless of how light they were... Well, to put it simply, Alana wasn't exactly the strongest person out there. For how small the common room was compared to other common rooms that Alana had seen around Hyrule, this was for sure the most extravagant. From gold lined wallpaper, to the glistening crystal chandeliers. A hearth on the far end, holding a brightly burning fire. The furniture luxurious and the people in it were certainly men and women of great money. Alana looked down at her plain blue travel clothes, still dirty from being out and about, and felt small and worthless for a mere moment before anger took it's place. These were the people who, despite have more than what they needed continued to hoard money for their own selfish ventures. These were the same people who framed her father, who laughed at her mother's poor existence, who showed no pity when her whole family fell to shambles. To them it was just another accident, another casual mistake they made. If you had no money, you were worthless. She closed her eyes, fists clenched and took a deep breath. Calm down. Not all rich are like this. Don't be so assuming, Alana. Think of flowers. Tulips, roses, cherry blossoms... When she opened her eyes again, her face relaxed into a blank look. "Sorry," She glanced over at Tiketh. "Don't mind me, I... I just thought of something. Where would be a good place to sit for you?"