((Wow, I forgot that my name skellie's name is Eren))
Eren showed her around. He showed her various places and good food stalls. Soon, it was evening. Cole suddenly stopped and looked at the sky.
(You're just really fond of Cole, I suppose. You keep going back to it. You could just change this one's name to it for convenience.)
Siarra couldn't really say much, following him without protest or question. She looked at the sky as he did and sighed. "I...should probably find somewhere to stay for the night."
((Yeah... I Know. It's psychologically imprinted into my mind... I'll try to but if it doesn't work then I'll change it to Cole.))
Cole stared into the sky. He wished that he could fly right into the stars and drift around lazily. Cole gulped, he remembered a disturbing yet happy dream that he had a few days ago. He turned back, "what? Sorry, I wasn't paying attention."
Siarra shook her head, turning and walking away. "Thanks for showing me around." She called over her shoulder.
((Epic fail. I still put down Cole... Anyways I'm changing his name into Cole...))
"Wait if you're going to rest for the night then I suggest you go to Havel's Inn. It's back in the market place towards the richer part of the area." Cole said, "it's surprisingly cheap and if you mention me they'll let you stay for free."
Siarra stopped and sighed. "Can you show me where it is, perhaps?" She asked weakly.
"Yeah." Cole said. "Follow me." He walked towards the market place.
Siarra followed him, eyes low. This time of night attracted less...safe company.
Cole walked, he kept his eyes everywhere looking out for signs of danger, "don't ever go into the most western part of the city, it's the most dangerous place escpecially at night." he said, "if you do get into danger however, run into the more rich areas that's where you'll be safe... I think."
"Trust me, I'm a lot safer than you think." Siarra mumbled, thinking about her magic.
Cole didn't anwser that as he didn't know how to respond to that. "Okay fine, I just advise you not to because- oh hey it's Hazel inn." Cole pointed to the inn. They were at a street rich with lanterns and lighting. The stalls were open and people were lively walking all over the place.
Siarra nodded, kissing his cheek. "Thank you."
Cole blushed, "Uh..." He stood there for what seemed like an eternity before resuming normal posture, "um, you're welcome." Cole smiled, "anyways I've got to go." He walked away but turned back, "so, see ya tomorrow?"
Siarra shrugged. "Maybe. I don't know how long I'll stick in town." She told him. Her lips were tingling. It felt so weird. Something about this boy was...different.
Cole brooded over this fact for a second before storing it away, "okay... Well, at least wait for me to see you off... Okay?" He walked backwards away from the inn. "Goodnight!"
"Fine. Goodnight!" Siarra called before entering the inn and getting a room. She was glad she could get it for free, since she didn't have a lot of money to be spending.
Cole smiled as he disappeared into the darkness of the city's complex maze of alleyways. He walked through countless turns and twists each time making a correct turn. Finally, he reached his old house worn down from countless years of use. Cole entered his house and lit the candle. He sat down and looked at the stars from the window and wondered where his family was. After a while of revisiting some unpleasent memories, he dozed off and fell to sleep.
Siarra had a pretty uneventful night. She went to sleep, and in the morning, she left without getting breakfast.
In the morning, Cole walked back to Hazel inn, he went into the lobby and looked for Siarra. He couldn't find her as it seemed she already left, so he went out looking for her. He didn't quite know why he was going through the trouble of looking for Siarra, but he didn't wonder why.
Siarra was heading out of town when she remembered her promise to Cole. She sighed and went back to the Hazel inn.