"Well, yeah, you know." Maggie shrugged at Pam. "What if vampire blood plus KA blood results in superpowers? I've always wanted to fly. Do you know how cool that would be, not to mention ridiculously useful? I wouldn't have to bother with security screenings at the airport any more." She tilted her head, giving the idea some more thought. "Invisibility would have its uses, too."
She trotted along into the elevator with her usual heedless abandon. She had to figure that even her most reckless Irwin friends would be gritting their teeth at the idea of her going so willingly into a small confined space with Hannibal Lecter and a vampire, but she was still riding high off the combined buzz of old-timey lack of paranoia and new infatuation. Maggie eyed the inside of the elevator with interest, as ever charmed by the retro (to her eyes, anyway) look of the City's architecture. "It's probably a good thing this isn't an elevator from my time," she said to Pam and the doctor. "You used to have to have blood tests done to make sure that nobody had converted between entering and exiting depending on building security. Hospitals are definitely high security." She grinned flirtily at Pam. "How's your willpower, hon?"