When Department H reached out to them, Shuri had agreed easily enough to the meeting. From what she gathered this probably wasn't going to end how they wanted, but she could try, at least. She'd been sent with no less than three guards. They had to arrange ahead to fly their own craft across the boarder. Apparently these western airplanes just didn't look safe enough to risk - even if Shuri thought it would be charming and fun to fly in one once. But their craft didn't need much space to land, and was allowed into the airspace.
As they made the trip, Shuri read over some information about Department H once more, familiarizing herself with what she'd been able to gather. The organization was responsible for monitoring superhuman activity in Canada. They didn't seem quite so hostile as the American's, but the notion still struck her as odd. Mutants weren't exactly common in Wakanda, but when they were born, they were seen as a gift. Their abilities were useful, and at times became the source of study for genetics experts. But they were never treated as threats, or something different to be monitored. They were citizens of Wakanda, to be protected as much as the rest. In her world, their presence had never posed much of a problem. Then again, the western world seemed to struggle with the notion of equality.
As they moved in to land, Shuri set her research aside, and came to her feet. The three Dora Milaje rose with her. She let two of the lightly armed women exit ahead of her. Shuri could see their spears at their sides - unconcealed, though she doubted most would recognize them for what they were. Their garb was simple enough that it even looked causal, but Shuri knew the signs of defense in their wardrobe. Nobody was terribly keen on taking chances with this trip.
Cars met them once they stepped off the plane, offering to drive them to the facility it's self. The group settled into a vehicle for a short drive to a rather ornate building. Shuri was so busy staring up at it she almost missed the approach. I twas the tension in one of the guards that caught her eye first. With a smile, Shuri put a hand on Teela's arm, and stepped forward as the man drew nearer. Apparently Okoye had passed along some of her distrust to her team. People here were unusually prone to greeting with touch, however - even with a stranger. In her life that had always been worked up towards. Shuri, for her part, appreciated the change. She shook the man's hand with an easy smile."It's a pleasure to meet you Mr. Kane. I'm Shuri."
She answered before retracting her hand. "This is Teela, Aneka, and Ayo."
She offered, indicating each woman in turn. Aneka inclined her head slightly, Teela nearly smiled, but Ayo didn't respond to the introduction. "Well, I trust you know the facility better than I do. We should start wherever you know best. Perhaps you could tell me more about what Department H is hoping for in this partnership?"
She advised practically. She was still a bit unclear on that part. The message that had been passed to her hadn't been terribly big on details.