Silhouetted by the pale light of the full moon, Sanori stayed perched upon a barren tree. The pale white snowfall reflected the crimson of her Sharingan, as she peered into the blind darkness with blood red sight. She has been following the pair of Uchiha for a short while, receiving the news from her fiancé's shadow clone. Although she remained still in the perfect silence, her mind raced with an array of thoughts. For some reason, she suddenly felt as if her Sharingan was a counterfeit. As if it wasn't rightfully her own. That she stole it from someone more fitting. The feeling nagged at her, slowly eating at her from the inside.
Perhaps she shouldn't reveal herself, simply flicker back home as if nothing happened.
But that wouldn't get her anywhere. She wouldn't learn anything about herself, about the clan she belonged too. All the support from the people she loved, would have been for naught. A burden she didn't wish to bear for simply having cold feet. She hopped off from her vantage point, and in front of the pair. Her Sharingan was deactivated, wanting them to judge her character before they knew of her bloodline. As if it were a test of her own worthiness to belong to the clan.
"Sanori Yukana. I was sent by Kyushi Mura to aid you in your recon."
Their red piercing gaze surrounded by the darkness demonstrated a reason as to why many feared the Uchiha. She walked ahead of them, feeling their gaze in her back as she continued their path. They traveled in silence, something she welcomed. The members of the Yūdokuna-Higanbana had the tendency of carrying conversation when it wasn't needed. Driving her focus away from the mission.
Instead, she could fully concentrate on the task at hand. She listened to the soft winds blowing around her, the crunching of feet on snow. She hasn't visited the Land Of Iron before, it was usually a taboo location for the Hatsu, due to the samurai that inhabited it as well as its proximity to the village Yukigakure and its Daimyo being the initial founder of their group.
Ahead of them, a small fire could be seen. She stopped and turned to the two Uchiha, as they had more experience in this tracking.