"Glad to meet you Smithmaster Dane," she said with a friendly smile. "I was simply curious to see what the Royal Smithy would look like as I am a smith myself." She looked around the room, admiring the fine craftsmanship of the forge. It has been a while since she came across one of this quality so she could not help but say, "It's a mighty fine set up that you have here. I was wondering if you would let me craft some things here if I ever have the material to. If not, I understand."
Regardless of Smithmaster Dane's answer, Iris would accept it graciously. But she also thought there was no reason for him to refuse. The princess did say that they had access to the faciltiies of the palace-- assuming this was considered a facility.
At last it was time to go on the quest. Iris had grown a little restless from staying at the palace. She joined the group with simply a smile and a wave as a greeting. Once everyone has arrived, they began to give their introductions. Some she already knew from their audience with the princess, and some were new. Iris wasn't the best with memorizing names, but everyone was so unique, she thinks it might be possible for her.
After Vigil had introduced himself, Iris decided to go next. "I go by Iris. I am trained in the way of the Kensei and I seek to increase my skill as a swordsman and a swordsmith. I look forward to fighting along side you all."
She glanced at the Behemoth who was flexing his claws. Did he have claws like that last time? Would it be rude to ask? She had a habit of saying the wrong things at the wrong time, so she decided to keep her mouth shut. It felt like common sense that one shouldn't offend a Behemoth. She looked around and waited for the next adventurer to introduce themselves. Hopefully this would finish soon so they could be on their way already.