Starring up at the the street sign that says "Dragonbane Avenue", Leo couldn't help but groan and wonder if he ever really did do enough for his name to be plastered like that. He looked down and thought to himself all he had done, only to be bombarded by horrific visions of death, failure and darkness. It would seem to himself that there is still a long way to go before he could be even remotely considered to be the "father" he was once was. However, he was still weighing in his heart if he even wants to be, that perhaps who he is now is better, especially at the state of the world and all he has personally been through. Perhaps... the change, is good. And as if woven by destiny, a breeze blew upon the old man and his daughter whose hand he held as she stood beside her, while his ragged hooded robe was made to sway to this apparent wind of change and made him look towards the road away from the hall by slightly turning his head. And from his peripheral vision, he could see a very cheerful man with a top hat approach the guild happily. Perhaps he too was brought by the blowing of the winds of change, perhaps he was there to offer something new to the guild, perhaps it was a job. He turned to his ever cheerful daughter and told her that they should get going, to which the little one nodded in agreement and followed beside his father.
Upon reaching the entrance, the intentions of the stranger would be made clear. He was a mage that wished to join, and he was very energetic at that, something Leo was fond memories of and became happy that the guild is still home to such. From behind, his small bubbly daughter would wave her hand and reply "Hi Yoshi! I'm Lina! Nice to meet you!" happily. Leo smiled at his daughter, as his fondness for their energies grew, making it a bit more lively in the hall than it usually is. Once the stranger would turn around to face them, Leo would address him as well, speaking softly yet warmly at their prospect member. "I'll let my daughter here let the master now that you're here. In the meantime, why don't I, Leo, get you something to drink?" he said as he let go of his daughter's hand and seemingly skipped and hopped to wherever Mura was, looking at his office first and then go back to her dad as she doesn't know where else the master could be.
"Don't worry, this is on the house. Especially since you appear you've had a long journey. Please sit, and tell us more about yourself." he added as he walked over towards the bar, giving the bartender a slight wave of his hand, that appeared to be nothing, that only the connection between tender and patron would know seeing as the man prepared two drinks for them right away.