The rift in the town of Magnolia wasn't too different from the types of rifts Jin himself uses to travel to and from the Land of Nothing, especially considering it was completely invisible to the naked eye. That being said, Jin was still slightly shocked when he was dragged into another world while simply making his own rounds with a partner, only to land in...
The city was on fire, there were corpses everywhere, buildings were ravaged, and there was a gigantic tower on the far side of the city that Jin didn't know the correlation to, but knew it had to be important. It wasn't a building, and looked nothing like everything else in this land - unless you count it looking quite grim - and so Jin immediately deemed that relevant. Jin was looking around the hell that was this world when he heard a sound of a woman's voice making a groan of pain, as well as a man's voice. He quickly turned to Luna, whom was a much weaker mage than himself, and decided to tell her to remain as safe as possible.
"Stay here. I will return."
Without waiting for any response, the Rune Knight dashed off towards the sound, preparing a spell of Nothingness, as a rift in the world began to form on his hand, and there he saw two people - one a violet-haired man with a japanese-style outfit and a longer than normal katana, and a woman on the ground bleeding out, and fading away into some... dust? The woman looked up at Jin, and apparently saw something inside of him as she smiled before fading away, but the golden... something... began to flow towards Jin, surrounding him. The man with violet hair did nothing as the Rune Knight passed out, only to flow into dream land.
While passed out, the man saw the same dying woman as before. She was simply looking at him with a face that was tender, but not warm. Smiling, but not happy. She was the same as Jin, a neutral party. Was that what she saw in him?
"I am entrusting my spirit with you. You, like me, are connected to-"
Her voice cut off, or rather, she purposely stopped talking. Jin immediately understood what she meant. They were both connected to Nothing, the Void, or whatever they wanted to call it. Jin nodded to the woman, not understanding fully what she meant, but his sense of duty kicked in and he felt obligated to agree with the woman. With that, the woman touched Jin on his chest, and then disappeared. Afterwards, Jin woke up immediately.
Taking a large gasp of air, Jin felt different. And one of the main things was... He was blind. He couldn't see anything! But... somehow, he could see everything. It didn't make sense to him, but... that's how it was. It wasn't that he could see anything, it was that he knew everything. He knew where everything was, despite not being able to see anything. Along with this "knowledge of everything," he knew his parameters have changed, as well as his clothing, and his eyes. His clothing changed to very formal wear, a white kimono with a blue obi. Very formal wear that was a little feminine, but Jin didn't exactly care. His eyes were one of the biggest changes to him. He became blind but he knew that his eyes' appearance had changed. They were now red, and granted him a special ability that he almost couldn't believe. He was most certainly blind, but he could still see these lines... the lines that he knew if he were to cut, they'd be killed. Jin was also now holding a katana, one that he knew he would be using on this mission. Lastly, his affinity for nothingness has grown so much that he could literally feel it, but the thing is, the creature of the void no longer resided in his body. His magic was completely gone, and it seemed to be embodied now in his very being. However, this "knowledge" he was granted with made him know that his magic would return once this job was over.
Another difference in him was his personality. Now Jin felt more... apathetic. He didn't really care about fighting his way out of this, and just wanted to sit down and have a meaningless chat with his partner. He just wanted to see what his little sister had on her mind.
"Little sister?" What?
The thought ran through his head, as he tried to shake off that thought, but he couldn't help but now just feel that he needed to protect his partner as if she were his little sister. As such, he readied his blade, and sent a telepathic message to Luna.
Master, come the route that I took. There are no obsticals there, and I'm about to engage for you.
He finished, then thought to himself.
...why did I just call Luna "Master?"