And today was another day, after having decided that his kingdom was well-protected under Gil's clutch, he had decided to make his way into Oak Town's massive library. Although it didn't look like much from the outside, the building being barren and brittle, and its insides not seeming as large as they were, it held a mountain's worth of information. What nobody knew was the density of works here was around 10 times higher than in any other library. Whilst it wasn't spacious, books were piled up in corners, every edge of every bookshelf was filled. There was little order to the arrangement, which was perhaps what many people disliked. But a man such as him appreciated a little challenge. And after the many times he had come here, he made it a small form of entertainment for himself to guess where certain books had been placed by observing just what kind of people were walking in and out of the library.
Setting foot into the building, he recognized the scent. A specific scent that pages made when they began decaying. The books in this city were partially older than itself, even older than Fiore. He had once found a book named after observations of an older culture of people, even older than the people he was originally part of. An interesting and expansive book on the culture that existed before the dawn of kings and larger societies. And because of that book, he had decided to visit more often. Greeting the lady at the front desk with a complete uncharacteristic, kind smile, he went on to swipe through the shelves lurking for a book to read. He had felt the urge to expand on his own Magic a while ago, and was now searching for some theories regarding Time. Moving throughout the rows, his eyes fell upon a title called "Magic and Time." Not sure if it was a novel or a scientific piece, he pulled it out with squinted eyes. Furrowing his eyebrows in surprise as he found the book to be a work of science and research, he clapped it closed and went into the back section at a table to begin reading.