This was quite new information for Mura; he would've never guessed that the famous Tojo family of Midi were descendants of demons; at least, a bloodline of a demon. He sighed in relief after hearing that the two other Demon Hunter's Organization families had an agreement with the Tojo's, despite their bloodline, and letting them stay a part of the demon hunter clan. "I'm relieved," he responded wiht a voice of ease. After her greeting to Julius, she explained about the relation between the Demon Hunters and the Church; the objective of the Church sounded very similar to the one of the demon hunters', executing sinister beings as demons and etc. Perhaps they didn't agree with the Tojo family and their relation to demons, which is closer than the sword to their throats. You could say that it was like the conditions between foreign samurais; despite your joint goal in life, you can still count among yourselves as enemies. In the beginning, that sounded like a case of discrimination, but it was most likely more complicated than that.
Kona suddenly asked for Mura and Julius to stay here and support them in finding Shiki in the future. As of now, they were asked to work as guardians, due to their lack of trusted warriors from Midi. That was where Mura's strange relation to them, which was bonded by blood, struck; he gave them a quick nod and answered: "Yeah, of course! i don't mind..!" Even Kyuken was sceptical of his fast agreement, but why deny it? They were obviously needing help from them, so this was a very nice act. He even layed an arm around Julius and pulled him closer, pointing out that they would BOTH help them. not even asking Julius, he continued: "We'll be sufficient. Count on that." It must've been a little rude for him to just pull Julius into this, but he didn't realized that yet. Kyuken appeared in his normal form and stood proudly before Kona, a sparkling look on his face and with the words: "And of course, I'll watch out for you all. See it as an act of gratitude for your support in my past..."
They were then pointed to their respected positions, not surprising as the building was quite large. It had several bedrooms, and Mura was supposedly going to stay overnight here with Julius and Kyuken. "Okay... Kyuken," he slowly spoke to his samurai spirit, "I got to ask you a favour... and I know that I wouldn't really trust you enough to do this, but... could you watch out for Akina in her room? Just in case..." The samurai snapped his neck in shock for a brief moment, then quickly shook his head and nodded. "I'm on it, Mura..!" he replied, before disappearing in the blink of an eye. A vein was apparent on Mura's forehead at the moment, but he did ask him a favour, so he couldn't but roll with it. The shaman would say good night to his guildmate, before moving towards his room; surprisingly, he left a pair of clones to guard the hallway. That was his way of guarding; two persons were good, four were better. And then he could rest properly, without always staying alert in times that didn't need him being awake. He then entered his room and threw himself on the bed, thinking of what happened today. His eyes shot out of the window as he spotted the... seemingly crimson moon, a sinister feeling travelling through his spine. "Huh... what a weird phenomenon," he commented.
The sun rose up from the horizon, its rays revealing a sleepy Mura on the bed. No signs or alerts of intruders were heard throughout the night, so his mind was calmer now. He stood up, only to expect a falling clock from somewhere (a habit that usually happened back at his home). After pulling himself together, he went out and walked downstairs, not wearing his shirt but having it on top of his shoulder for some weird reason. Obviously, he had his pants on and all, but the guy cared not of flashing his torso, even if it was unconsciously happening. He would find Kyuken beside Akina, a very lewd face that triggered Mura's distrust; if he just knew what that crazy guy had done during the night. "Good morning," he greeted them, before looking for Julius, "Hm... Kona. Akina." His eyes would dart towards them with a serious look. "Did you see the moon tonight? It was... strange," he told them, even though that he belived it to be due to his exhaustion and a case of hallucination of sorts, "It was all red and... creepy. Did you see it, Kyuken?" The samurai would snap a little, and then think back to the night, only causing a blush on his face. Mura was convinced that he didn't spot shit, honestly. "I guess that Julius might've spotted it too... weird."