A few of the guards, even happily waved and greeted him. "Welcome back, Mr.Tristan." was a statement heard several times. Haku'na could see the dressing room to Rosa in the distance, with a few guards in it. "Great, I was hoping she was here already." Haku'na said to himself in a low tone, not wanting to give away his position. After several minutes of watching, Tristan left the dressing room. Haku'na knew his chance was upon him, not knowing how long he would be out of the room. The mage waited just a few more minutes before exposing himself out of hiding. He slowly walked casually up to the room, before being stopped by one of the guard. "Hey, who are..!?" The guard said looking down at Haku'na. His eyes popped out of his skull, when he saw his face. He also believe that Haku'na and Tristan were identical, and began apologizing immediately. Haku'na didn't say a word, and simply walked past him. He was laughing hysterically on the inside though. He entered the room to find a beautiful blacked woman, with pale skin sitting in front of a large mirror. "Tri....stan?" The girl said as her voice broke, sounding concerned. It would seem, she wouldn't be as fooled easily as the rest. "Nope. I'm actually here to deliver a letter to you from a childhood friend." Haku'na said calmly to the woman, as he reached a letter out to her. At the same moment she grasped it, the door opened up. There stood Tristan and two security guards, confused and angry, staring towards Haku'na. The young wizard laughed and said, "I guess its my time to go.". Haku'na instantly ran towards a window behind them, smashing through the glass. They were on ground level, and he took off running. The men were in shock, and took several seconds to regain their composure. "After him!!" shouted Tristan to his guards. However it was too late, Haku'na was already leaving them well behind, and making his way to Jeff.