Hmmm? Well, that was pretty strange, wasn't it? Murasaki had hardly been expecting any guests, and she definitely hadn't invited anyone to this quiet little section of the Seireitei. She considered hurrying down as quickly as possible, tossing her tea to the side and rushing down there in a literal flash. But...this was pretty good tea, she was definitely proud of how it turned out. It'd be lame to let it go to waste, so instead she took her time with it, sipping the brew with a definite calmness before hopping off the roof, stretching out, and walking into her office.
Admittedly, Murasaki had briefly considered kicking the door open, or doing some sort of ninja roll into the room and throwing a pebble at whoever it was in there, but she was all too aware that doing anything like that would not
give a great impression of her as a Captain. Despite how much fun she thought that might have been, Murasaki simply patted her hair down, adjusted her outfit to make sure it looked presentable and professional, and greeted whoever it was that had apparently come to visit.
“Hey there. Captain Kagayaku no Murasaki, Seventh Division. Whatcha need from me?”
Ah, geez. Well, first impression was probably shot, at least relatively. Whatcha need from me?
That was pretty far from being professional, and all Murasaki could do was hope this visitor wasn't anyone so hugely important that this blunder would give her a fairly bad impression with the rest of the Gotei. Still, better to salvage the whole thing than just stand there and look like a moron.
“Oh, right, you're a guest, it'd only be right for me to get you some tea. It's my own blend, came up with it out on the plains.”
Whether or not this new visitor actually wanted
a cup, Murasaki was certainly going to start a pot of tea for herself. She was going to need it to calm down after all this. She was making herself look like a total doofus in front of this girl, who for all she knew was someone really important – oh, man, she hadn't even asked who this actually was! Man, she knew she'd been forgetting something, but not anything that important? Sheepishly turning back, though she kept an entirely calm smile on her face, she figured the best thing to do was just ask.
“I'm super sorry about not asking first, too, but could I get your name?”