Moving down the elevator, Aria considered her options for the evening. She considered messaging Angela or Xia, see if they were up to anything. But there was still something that gnawed on the back of Aria's mind, and it didn't have to do with the embarrassment she caused herself by panicking in the way that she did. She let herself get triggered, and she performed poorly. Her performance wasn't luck, it wasn't anything to do with the match-up. The fact of the matter was, she didn't know how to fight. Video games can teach you strategy, and the VR ones can teach you some mechanical skill, but they can't teach you how to properly fight. With this in mind, Aria's watch reacted appropriately and pointed her in the direction towards the public sports arena.
"Well, I guess no better time for a work-out," Aria sighed as she continued down the elevator.
Eventually, Aria had arrived at the sports arena, but just like her experience at the pool or, really anywhere else in this dimension, she had no idea what she was doing. Entering into the front lobby, she kept her eye out for a front desk or really anyone that could help her, appearing more as a lost girl as each second passed by.