I was just wondering, Nick, if Lou could perhaps possess an ability to allow her to detect the items? So it would give a good reason why Kyrio would refer her to Sakkaku.
Lou watched him leave, letting out a cringe at the eerie grin he held on his smug face. She finally turned away and went along the road silently. She really didn't know why she was selected to find and help the assassin, and really she didn't want to have to meet an assassin unless she had too. In this case, she had no choice. Lou wanted nothing more then to be out of the man's dept.
With little problem, Lou found the inn and was glad to be able to get out of the cold's chilling bite. She let out a short sigh of relief as she walked inside. Closing the door behind her, she loosened her scarf a bit and ran a hand through her hair to fix the mess the wind made of it.
She scanned the room a moment, she was given a brief and rather crude description of Sakkaku but it wasn't too difficult to spot him.
"Excuse me." she walked up to him, "Sorry to be a bother but good ol'Kyrio sent me to you, asking me-" she cut herself off, quickly correcting herself, "More of 'eerily demanding' me to join you to find these objects he briefly explained.." she said this with slight irritation, not towards Sakkaku, but mainly to Kryio who, fortunately, wasn't around.
edited 7th Nov '11 9:14:17 PM by Otakana