Trailing the corridors of LAW one particular evening would find yourself in awe at perhaps two of the bustiest figures within LAW itself, as Moira Pandela and previous co-worker of sorts Mizaki Tantka paced through the hallway. The two were barely friends; more rivals than anything, with their previous time spent together in the world of session wrestling having brought a fierce competition between the two. Clients favouring one meant less business for the other after all. But seeing no reason to commit to such rivalry here and now, Moira sought fit to serve something as a tour-guide for her past co-worker, with the curvy heavyweight bellowing out every-time the buxom duo went past something of moderate note.
"That's the main office there, right at the end of the hallway..."
Moira pointed, her hand extending and beckoning Mizaki's eyes to a room at the end of a T-hallway the duo had stopped to. "I think that's more of a thing your called to rather than you just simply barging in..."
Ever clad with a smile, Moira sought no issue with showing Mizaki around, as even despite the fact her bluenette acquaintance had yet to smile, she herself was grinning cheek to cheek.
"You could look a little happier you know...this place is fun..."
Merely nodding and tutting to everything her larger friend said, the seemingly uninterested Mizaki simply paced besides Moira with arms crossed under her giant bosom, barely taking in anything she saw. Until the duo passed one room.
"You'll need to remember this room..."
Moira spoke as she raised her hand, tapping her finger on the women's changing room door, before opening it. "This one's public, and you might get your own before a match, but this is where you'll go before the gym...Oh..."
Her words interrupted as Moira stepped through the door, head turning, Moira would find but one figure before her, sat upon the bench, seemingly having just changed.
"I didn't know there'd be anyone still around.."
Raising her hand, the heavyweight had seemingly opted to show Mizaki around at a quieter hour of business, in hopes of having the place to themselves. Evidently, it was not.