Sophia thought about the other's answers. Leo's didn't really surprise her, Hilda's response made sense since she was a Beast-kin it wasn't surprising she would face danger. Callum simply didn't want to fear the unknown. Then the coachmen spoke. Rip her apart from the inside? Maintaining her composure Sophia still felt a shiver run down her spine at hearing that. The rest of the ride Sophia simply rested as best she could, thinking about The Dragon and... The Test. If she wasn't good enough she would die? Well then she'd simply have to be good enough and that was that. It wasn't like she had anything to lose. She'd spent pretty much everything she'd stolen on the way here, she had no relations to lose, no accomplishments to be forgotten. The only thing Sophia had left was her life and she was willing to gamble that for the power she sought.
The carriage came to a halt, though it was hard to tell, and Sophia stepped out quickly and looked around where they had arrived. She was rather surprised. The castle they were at seemed as though it had once been majestic beyond belief but now it was run down and broken. Even with that it was still beautiful and incredibly massive. Sophia shot a glance at the source of the strange noises, remembering what had been said about dangerous magical beasts. "Well, what now coachmen?" Sophia wasn't sure that she wanted to walk into the castle of a all-powerful wizard just like that.