Chesuke. What a nice name, he thought. And Blue Pegasus? Well, he had never heard of that before. Something with such a peculiar name couldn't have been some sort of village or town. The only thing he knew that had names as peculiar as the one he gave him, were guilds. Fairy Tail... Lamia Scale, Eclipse Soul; they all had their funny names and meanings. He could've only assumed that it was one of the many guilds he had heard of. The guy looked nice and all... but his precautions never altered ever since he made to Magnolia Town. Yeah, sure there were some folks he could let his guard go down in the presence of. But not just any stranger. Especially travelers. They always carried some kind of weapon with them... not that he was afraid of them or anything, he could eat any blade. It was just that... well, never mind.
Lost in his thoughts, he realized he had yet to respond to Chesuke. Staring at him in awe, his unique never seemed to go pass his mind. His smell and something else was something he couldn't get through his head... his smell, and his hunger.
Just then, his stomach started to growl. Like some, dying animal was in his stomach. Nevertheless, he was hungry. And when Allen was hungry, he ate. May it be blood, bone, or... bread. In any case, he was as broke as a wooden rod, and needed to eat. He usually ate the scraps he finds in the dumpsters or simply steals pastries and meat (Raw or well done). The taste never really bothered him, the scraps were satisfying and was enough to keep him alive for a day or two. And surprisingly, a lot of people in this town waste perfectly good food. Sometimes he'd find full dishes in trash can, if he was lucky. Some people might of thought it sounded, but of course, Allen didn't have the funds to live in the houses normal people do. Or eat at restaurants like gossiping girls. He got what he needed went on in life, the opinions of others never got to him.
But his lifestyle wasn't something he'd talk to with anyone. He wasn't insecure about it or anything, he just never thought it'd be a very good conversation starter. Ignoring these thoughts, Allen snapped back to reality in the flash of his stomach starting to rumble again. He groaned. "That's a nice name. Want to get in on some fun?" He asked. His ornery grin and mischievous eyes gave away that he was up to know good. Kihia, his Nii-san, taught him better than to steal, but it wasn't he was going to wait for his Nii-san to pop up and treat him to something to eat. It was take it or leave it, and Allen wasn't willing to leave anything. Stealing was a normal thing for him, and worst case scenario, he'd treat himself to the scraps in the alleys. But he was confident in his agility and quick actions in order to escape the food stands with an arms' full of tasty treats.
"It'll be exciting, lil' pegasus."