"Kialla." The draenei's voice followed after Adrian as he started into the portal. She watched as he dissolved into the twisting hole wondering if he'd heard her or not. It wouldn't really matter, in a moment she would be following after him.
'Damn portals...' Kialla thought to herself. The idea of stepping through the magical gateway was a bitter mark in the back of her mind. The nauseous side-effect was hardly something she wanted to deal with. But, however much she wished otherwise, the glimmering portal was there in front of her, beckoning.
Pocketing the enchanted emerald, she spun around and walked back to her things. She strapped the bag across her back, the metal weapons clanking heavily and loudly together as she did so. With a great sigh, she strode back and stepped through the awaiting portal.
Major Graber was halfway through his 'speech' when Kialla arrived, his spiel vague in her ears as she stood, bent over as she fought her lurching stomach. The dizziness passed after a moment, and she regained her composure and glanced about, half paying attention to the orc as he finished his speech.
The compound was horribly positioned in her opinion, the opposing buildings flagged with the Alliance and Horde banners, clearly marking each factions zone. The 'dead zone' where she now stood would be a vicious bloodbath if things erupted between the two, she knew. She didn't see many horde arrivals yet, most of whom she saw with the exception of a few where those whom had been waiting by the Tram with her. She spotted Adrian just ahead, facing the the orc whom had so clearly dictated the 'security' of the compound.
It was all a deathtrap in the making... what was supposedly designed to keep people out, would certainly keep them all inside.... And how did this experimental barrier work to keep out intruders? Would it keep a heinous character from physically entering, or merely prevent magic from being cast.... and could they cast magic inside at all? Surely that would put a dampener on those who were relient on that source of power. Suddenly her own inability to use 'magical' means wasn't such a curse in her mind after all.
"Interesting place, hm?" She retrieved her gem and sidled up beside the human, gesturing to the buildings around them.