( O L D )ART BY ME! DO NOT REUSE!
The stench of the old bus filled her nose to the brim while dust could be seen through the beams of summer light that shined through the windows. While the vehicle was what others would consider out of date, to her it was comforting. Being the vessel that carried her to and from the camp for many years, it was an object that she could never view with a negative eye until it was time for her to leave the camp. She sat in the same seat she had for the past decade thought this time it was by herself. Normally she would have a certain raven boy by her side, but seeing that he was a reaper, he was at an age where he had other more important duties to address. Her messenger bag kept her company, however, and held several trinkets to keep her entertained. One of which was a 3DS that her pale hands clutched on to. For a guard, she was rather youthful at heart.
When she was not distracted with the hunt for a shiny creature on her game, she would occasionally glance up at the others near by. Her bus wasn't as packed as it normally would be, but given the fact that is was the last bus to arrive at the "human" spot, Ophi could understand why there were so many empty rows. There was so much room, in fact, that people began to position themselves sideways and stretch their legs out towards the walkway of the bus. She would have done the same, but knowing how long the trip was and the landmarks along the journey, there wasn't that much time left before the bus would finally arrive. Even more, she did not want to risk her bag and sword sliding around by having to place them on the floor of the bus. With this particular bus, the only place to store luggage was in the compartment in the belly of the vehicle (where most had their large suit cases stored), in your lap, or if you didn't have a person next to you, in your seat. Ophi did have her suit case tucked away in the bus' stomach, but she could not leave her sword there as she needed to have easy access to it in the case of an emergency and her messenger bag had all the small things to keep her busy over the four-hour trip.