Even the small things are important
He had to remind himself that more often than he would like. Small jobs like this were irritating, and quite the bore. Yet he did not pick them at random, nor did he go because Kai was going, nor did he invite Kai on these tasks on a whim. Each task was selected with the utmost care, only would he complete it if it held some sort of value to him. In this case, delivering a letter, for a pathetic, weak fool did hold some shred of value. Only because the said letter was one that was to be delivered to an idol, a popular one at that. He didn't need to just earn the loyalty of friends of council and royalty alike, but also of those well loved by all of Fiore. What better way than to earn the loyalty of a popular idol than to bring her love in the form of a letter from a childhood friend?
Of course, Gil would not be undertaking such a benign task on his own. He did need some form of entertainment even if that be from a pesky guild member, who had already accompanied him on a number of these jobs. Of course, Gil could only hope that the said guild member understood the importance of even these small things. How else could he trust him to go on harder jobs if he couldn't understand the importance of the simpler ones?
Gil began, once Kai had arrived, both the males standing outside the concert venue. "Deliver it to the idol. Interact with her if you can. She must know who brought it to her."
Or else this job would be for nothing, "Make her like you, seduce her, or be a shoulder to cry on I don't care. All we need is for her to like us."
By us, he means just the image of them, so that in the future some could vouch for their supposed good quality of character. "You know what you shouldn't mention."
Gil more or less forced the letter upon Kai, any mention of Tartarus would lead not just to Kai's death but most likely the poor idol's as well. That would make their simple task quite the messy one, and push Gil's plans back. "There's guards, on the way in. I'll distract them."
If someone could raise a distraction it was certainly Gil. Without further confirmation, not that he needed any from Kai, Gil moved away from the male, already heading towards the guards that was between them and the idol. Out of the guards and anybody else's sight, Gil had summoned two of his tigers, the two large felines would be more than enough of a distraction for the unarmed guards.
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