The city of Viden was grand, though sadly not quite so in the sense of architecture. The huddled masses amidst the stabbing chill of Cylus is something that would have been an impossibility elsewhere. The wide streets of this open part of the Citadel itself seem to be made for ease of travel. The towering buildings of stone an utter tribute of the city's beginnings, as well as its future. Wald and Sybil had been travelling through the streets for quite some time now, following pretty faulty directions. A breath is taken through Sybil's lips, as a gesture is made towards the front of a nearby door, "Here, this is the one." The Student simply says, breath visible upon the air itself.
The door is definitely something under tight lock and key. Made out of sturdy materials, and utterly unadorned, it bears an emblazoned, 'MORTUARY' in blocky print upon its sign. And to aide the illiterate, or to clarify what 'mortuary' even means, the sigil of a body at rest, surrounded by a burial shroud is prominently displayed upon the sign, as though the calling card for a more austere business. Considering the location, and condition of the building, however, with security being overlooked... This place is far past its prime. This entire ordeal likely one last ditch effort to curry favor with the Academy, before simply not having the funding to continue its business.
Eyes turning sidelong to Wald, as Sibyl seems to ease against the donkey's back, seemingly getting a bit used to riding the creature. A breath is taken, carefully, "I haven't heard much of this place, being quite honest... Only that my Professor of the anatomies wishes for two bodies." The Student admits, with a light roll of the shoulder, "I must admit... These errands are getting stranger by the day. Not unwelcome, but... Stranger." As the student speaks, it should be noted that the door itself is closed. As many storefronts are, in Viden. Hitching a leg over the donkey, Sybil dismounts with an awkward movement, having no grace behind the footwork. It'll take practice to do anything more than mounting and dismounting the pack mule.