Unknownst to most except for locals or those who had spent some of their time around Solemn Park, there was a lovely chapel nearby. The city hall of Talonia was not very far from the chapel, either, which made it a popular marriage spot among locals. After spending several days here in Talonia for various small missions and personal endeavors, Syn had become aware of this situation. Since so many civilians got married in this area, the process of achieving a wedding officiate license was quite simple. A person only needed to schedule an appointment with a clerk at the city hall and then show up on time, prepared to learn. It was a relief that studying before the appointment was not a requirement. Instead, the clerk there would give Syn a small lesson before administering a test and discussing whether she had passed or failed.
However, she had heard that some of the government workers at this office were more strict than others when it came to these lessons and tests. To her, that made complete sense, although it wasn't probably the best thing. Uneven or unequal treatment of students and test takers would only lead to a lack of uniformity among those who had licenses to marry individuals to each other. Syn was in no position to correct this scenario of mismatched workers, so she would just have to live with whatever experience she received.