The ride out was uneventful, to say the least, out on the Quin-Jet. The Helicarrier, however, from the sounds of it, had a helluva time with the incoming Jedi in their ship, though. She’d have paid to see the looks on the bridge techs’ faces and even those who’d been on the flight deck when that fly-by happened. When they landed in Nebraska, she kicked up her pack and slung it over one shoulder. She didn’t like being unprepared. Being unprepared left her in a bad state, brought bad luck. So supplies and emergency kits were packed away. Along with extra ammo. And okay, maybe a grenade or two. Because reasons.
Well, and refusing to be unprepared. Bad things happened, circle of life. She dropped her pack on the tarmac and began rifling through her extra provisions. It never hurt anyone to have extra things, now did it? She finished through her inventory, once again satisfied. She noticed how the others had scattered. Thera was picking up a few things from the ground. Rocks, most likely. The jar of dirt thing had made her giggle for a few moments, but she knew there was a serious undertone to the joke. She’d keep an eye out for her.
Then the moment of truth arrived, and the ship came hurtling into view. It wasn’t what she expected, but then again, breaking down a fourth wall? Also not expected. Funny as hell though. She knew she’d have to keep herself in check from being a complete asshole with the jokes. Because she would be if she didn’t. Her tail twitched as the ship landed, the ramp lowered, and two figures came down. Cue the greetings, and the niceties all around. Everyone gathered and the introductions began. Lupin gave a mock salute and a nod when their eyes landed on her. “Cap'n Ferus. I’d say ‘at your service’, but I can’t, I’m at SHIELD’s. But I can help whenever you might need it.” She paused. “Eh, maybe only when it’s convenient. Like if I can get a pup-sitter. Or if I’m not eating. Or sleeping. You get the picture."
She grinned then, being sure not to show off the fangs. Fangs didn’t always sit well with other people. Law of the jungle seemed to dictate that too much in the social world.