It was a fairly long flight from the school to the SERAPH headquarters, and the sun was just coming up by the time Keely, using the shape of a hawk, made it to the massive airship. She landed tiredly in front of the nearest entrance she could find, exhausted from having to fight for every foot of altitude in the cold, still night air, and shimmered back into her human body. Any other day, she would have stopped to admire the view, but today she was in a hurry. At the door, she gave her clearance to the security officer and headed inside, trying to look like she knew where she was going.
...Which, in truth, she didn't. While she had been an intern for a decent amount of time, Keely still had no idea how to find her way around the massive headquarters and had to stop and ask for directions several times. She hadn't wasted time going back to her dorm before heading out, so she still wore the slightly singed clothes she'd had on while fighting Anumeros, and as a result received more than one odd look. Finally, though, she found herself in front of a door labeled "Captain Commander Kenji Nakamura."
The little shapeshifter gulped, staring at the door. If she had been nervous about following after Principal Mori, then she was downright terrified now. Keely wasn't that great with people to begin with, and while she was fine performing in front of an audience of hundreds, the idea of having to speak face to face with the head of the Japanese division of SERAPH made her want to hide somewhere nice and dark. But she's asked to help, and this was the task she'd been given; she had to deliver her message, one way or another. Taking a deep breath, Keely squared her shoulders and knocked on the door, trying to look as calm and professional as the Agents she'd seen.
"You may enter."
The doors Keely stood in front of slid open, granting the exhausted shapeshifter access to the office of Captain-Commander Kenji Nakamura. The Captain-Commander's office possessed a very regal look to it, despite being sparsely furnished. On the walls were a number of swords, mementos from Kenji's travels over his many years. The man himself was sitting behind his desk, working on some paper work. He glanced up at Keely for a moment before continuing his work.
"Yes, what is it?"