Ruvel looked to her through his black eyes for a moment, his hand going to his lower left hand pocket as he brought out what seemed to be an antique dark steel pocket watch, with a single press of a button the front flipped open revealing the face below. His eyes started to scan the area once more a he swore he was being watched from the shadows and as much as he wished he could put it fully to his imagination he knew that was far from the case. He closed the pocket watch's face cover and looked to it, he remembered when Dahau gave it to him and the warning that came with it. That conversation still haunted him, he was just going to deal with a task when he had bumped into him again almost literally as he was still trying to get accustomed to the layout of what would become his new home. When he seen the tower of a man he constantly wanted to turn the other way and run like he had the day they originally met in Clover Town, but at the same time he remembered how that turned out and he didn't seem like the kind of person who liked to repeat himself.
The third day of his new life had started out like every other one and yet it became one that he doubted he would ever forget. It was the day Dahau gave him the pocket watch he carried with him and dared not leave behind regardless of situation given the threat that came with it. 'A few simple rules to keep in mind boy... keep this on you at all times, the moment you leave it behind I'll know...' he remembered 'Don't try and run, what happened to Clover Town will seem like minor repairs in comparison...' his eyes remained firmly on the watch still, there was more but he was snapped back into reality as Kanrya tried to make a somewhat sarcastic joke. Placing the pocket watch away in his left pocket he couldn't help but feel eyes on him from the nearby shadows 'I am not running, I got delayed...' he thought to himself, he knew that Dahau was never to be taken for a fool but he didn't think the leash would be this short on him.
Finally his mind clicked to where it should be and he tried to force everything to the back of his mind. "Even if you are not dressed like it, you are a lady and should respect yourself as such." his voice though stoic still held a very slight hint of another tone. "I do not wish to be rude on the fact, but I am thankful for it. I am running behind dreadfully and someone will likely be dispatched soon to retrieve me if I do not get home before supper." Even though he lacked tone it was clear he was serious on this fact. As she walked, he walked beside her taking in the sights, sounds and smells "It would have been a horrible shame if I had met him here..." he whispered low to himself so not to bother his current companion or her friend.
He was taken back to how she began a conversation on the weather, he couldn't exactly comment on it as everything kind of felt the same to him in regards to weather and to some extent temperatures. "Yes, it is a pleasant day." he chimed in not wanting her to feel uncomfortable, his eyes going to the shadows behind him as he continued walking forward. "I think we may have to take you shopping Lady Kanrya, this seems like an upscale part of town and I doubt they will allow you to enter the restaurant dressed as you are." he said noting how everything seemed to have changed, he was respectful in his word but was straight to the point.
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