An endless white canvas. It was the same sort of bland, unstimulating environment she knew so well. Of course in her incessant wanderings now and then she found herself enjoying a return to the pale plane, walking quietly in that fine sand, her attention meandering as she allowed herself to simply walk without concern for where she was going or what purpose she had. Complete relaxation. A welcome break from the sort of ..... excitement she felt when she was in the other worlds, which had it's own consequences to be sure.
So.... a place even such as Las Noches had its benefits. A break from it all. But of course, it also had its occasional excitement. That dull radiating spirit energy always did draw attention, and it didn't take long for her to vaguely sense the faint signatures of hollows starting to track and follow her. She never really attracted anything too strong, after all. A blessing in and of itself, and it reminded her of her life as a hollow. She turned toward the faint signatures and watched for a moment with those pale yellow eyes. Brief, drifting attention, but nothing more than that. She didn't spare them an extra thought. She always hated when that happened.
And so she kept walking, paying them no mind, completely unawares that off in the distance she was approaching a rather hapless denizen of the sands. One who likely would be quite perplexed by the sight of the tall, blonde antlered arrancar garbed in black, with her own little entourage of hollows following her around, looking for some opportunity to try and take a bite of the superior being. However minute that superiority was.
All the same, as she drew closer to the person, her attention inevitably picked him out among the sand. Strange, a humanoid. Was it another arrancar? It was almost interesting, but she managed to keep herself held back, even if the sand around her took on a faint pinkish tint for just a moment, one that would flourish in a slight speckle around Calatravos' feet, but it was nothing more than that. All the same, those hollows backed off just a little in response to the strange sight, giving the two arrancar a moment to interact as they seemed to recalculate their hunting plan. "Are you lost?"
Came her calm question as she reached earshot of the man. A reasonable question as far as she was concerned. She herself was a wanderer but someone belonging to the general families Arrancar had? It was a bit odd for them to just be out in the middle of the dessert. Unless she had wandered somewhere significant... She glanced around, as if to spot any landmarks she might have been unaware of.