"Second Street..." read Reiyez as he and a tall, rather heavy-clad man strolled down a roadway surrounded by average-looking grey stone buildings, shops mostly. They had just passed by a sign reading those very words. "Catchy name," he added, putting his hands behind his head and looking at the sky for a second.
The man, something between eighteen and mid-twenty (it was difficult to tell from what he wore and how he carried himself), glanced around at either side of the street, face indicating right away that he was a more straightforward, serious and righteous person than his friend. He wore much armour, of dark colours, and carried a one-handed katana-like sword of very intricate design (from what could be seen) in a sheath at his belt. A cape flowed out from his shoulders, partially concealling his other (and primary) weapon - a huge, one-sided steel blade with handholds on its other side. It was used by being either thrown like a boomerang or gripped by the handholds - it didn't have the handle of a sword. He also had a necklace with a fair-sized red gem hanging from it. Those sensitive to magic would notice that both the sword at his belt and the gem had a fair aura to them.
"But anyway," said Reiyez, looking around once or twice. "I saw that notice on fire raining down from the sky before the bulletin board went victim to it too. You think someone's taking care of it?"
"Most likely," the other replied. "From what I've seen, many, if not all of the Ten'yo have gathered here. This kind of situation wouldn't be overlooked by them all."
"Good," replied Reiyez, sighing once. "Kohaji, let's find a resturant here somewhere, I'm starving..."
"...Weren't you just at an Inn?" he inquired.
"More of a pub, or a bar. I don't know, they all serve booze..." muttered Reiyez in reply. "But yeah, I got, um... sidetracked."
"Well, you could have had dinner with her."
"Oh no I couldn't."
"...I'm not about to believe that she came on too quickly for you."
"Oh, no, she was fine..."
"...I don't think I'll ask further."
"You'd damn well better not."
"Hmm... There should be a resturant somewhere here..." muttered Kohaji, still scanning left and right occasionally. "Perhaps you'll have better luck with one of the locals that pass us by in this road."
Reiyez sighed once. "With my luck today, the first and hottest girl that passes by will be a lesbian..."