There was a small tentative smile on Auburns lips as she looked between the two boys. "My father is great, though I don't know if I am on the path to greatness. I couldn't even keep an eye for that Ursa... I don't know if I am quite cut out for all this. I might have to leave the hero work to my dad." Auburn told them hinting at her nearly leaving not long before. That being said now that they had gotten her to open up a little bit, she was already feeling a little more comfortable and a little more confident. She didn't like starting conversations, or talking much, but she realized that she hated being ignored equally as much. "So... I don't know about this hero work, but I think we are supposed to be meeting with the crazy lady. I am sure Qrow won't mind if we leave now, he has done what my father asked I am sure and now can't care less." Auburn laughed a little bit knowing a bit more about Qrows demeanor from his occasional visits to see her father and just stories that she was told. While she wasn't close with him she felt like she knew him well enough to make that call. Lingering around Arian started to wonder what was taking the other team so long to get back. He thought they were supposed to meet back pretty quickly and here he was waiting around, avoiding Noire while he was at it. While she tried to apologize and Arian tried to move on, it didn't mean that he wanted to deal with her any more than he had to. Looking over he noticed Lloyd giving a talking to to one of their members. Vice had seemed distant so far and while there is a part of Arian who wanted to say that it didn't matter, he also knew that wasn't true and that they would need to work better, he was sure he was guilty of that as well but chose not to think of it as he leaned back against the nearest wall. Flipping a coin his tail swished behind him, keeping himself a little more content than he had been so far. Perhaps it was just the fact that someone besides him was in trouble that made him feel better, he wasn't sure but didn't care much to question it as he waited for the point in which they were allowed to leave.