Kaeda still wasn't entirely sure about her. But they did need magic on their side. And the White Regime would have wanted them to be divided, to work separately, so that they might be crushed separately. As long as she had her way, she wasn't going to give them the satisfaction.
Quite suddenly, and without warning, she was engulfed in a surprisingly strong hug from the Terrestrial, and she let out a small grunt as her arms were pinned to her ribs. Of course, she could have thrown the girl off at any moment, she was sure, but... there was something sort of disheartening in that.
"I confess, the only reason I'm here today is because one of my assistants happened to see you, and tipped me off," she said, shrugging her shoulders lightly. She was still sort of amazed that she even had assistants, given her track record. Then again, they kept her in order, which was really all her superiors wanted, so there was that.
"So I don't have much purpose to be here. In fact, I have a lot of work ahead of me today." Not without a few drinks in her system, though. There was that important matter to take care of. She could already feel the haze of the drug wearing off of her, leaving her in a disappointingly bleak and ordinary world.
"I'll see you around, Ushriya Deva." And with that, she headed out, still processing what this meant for her, and for the organization she had worked so hard to bolster. She supposed she'd have to make a report of this encounter. Everyone else would want to know.
But first, a drink.