Since his arrival from Midi-- Suijin had heard rumors of Hosenka for its eastern themed build and the festivals that ran down the streets every night. A tourist town as some would call it. This was Suijin's first time here and so far he was arriving in the middle of a well anticipated event.
THough having become a valued member of Rakshasa, a dark guild-- he had taken this chance to adjust to FIore. WHile he did agree with the guild's creed and valued nature over society-- it be a shame to completely go to war with everything. In the end, it was up for interpretation. He saw no harm in Hoesnka, especially since it reminded him so much of home.
It was warm out despite it coming closer to sunset, but the festival was still in full swing. Naturally, Suijin choose not to wear any kimono he had despite how people were here. He wore his blue and ocean patterned hakama and sandals as he strode through the growing festivities-- shirtless and clearly catching the attention of people.
WHile others critisize, others-- women-- oogled at his muscles and beauty, he took a gander at the mid-summer festival. Tents and shops lined the streets. There were contests, games and other forms of entertainment. Even fire dancers. As a water mage by simplest terms, Suijin found it odd he was enjoying himself. The only thing missing was some water to ease his pallet.
As he made his way to the large bonfire-- or would be as it was yet to be lit. It was schedueled to be set ablaze when night fell around-- followed later by fireworks in the sky. For the moment, he wasn't sure what would best suit him in terms of activity. So he decided to check out the beautiful fire dancers, using magic to send their blaze in creative shapes around them.