Once more, the girl had to ask, though Miral thought she had made it clear enough that she expected her new Wingsecond to do just that. No matter. Lerina would take some time to learn, but Miral was confident nonetheless that she would learn. If Lerina was a good fit, she would find her pace with Miral and Elysia. If not... well... Miral did not think it would come to that. Lerina was determined and diligent, two trades Miral admired in a fellow woman and a possible leader. Given time to cultivate her skills, Miral had no doubt she would be a strong addition to White Dawn Wing. "Yes, take what you need, and take your time,"
she assured her.
Once Lerina finished, Miral gave her a departing shake of their hands before escorting her out of her apartment. In the morning, they would have much to discuss, but for now, Lerina had some adjustments to make.
I approve of her and Issomorth,
Myrath inserted into her thoughts shortly after Lerina's departure. Rarely did the zultanite speak, especially so highly of another, thus it was only further confirmation to the zultaniterider that she had made the right choice.
With a telling smirk seen by no one, Miral stepped back into her apartment and returned back to her work.