Shadowfall owned just about everything in this region Saisei learned once he had touched base down in Germany for the first time. Despite that, somehow this relatively large country went without control, going to what he'd assume was an ally. The Kokuryuteshi were pretty mysterious to Saisei. Nonetheless he had to start somewhere when it came to figuring out what everyone was out to get in this crazy world they called earth.
There weren't many friendly faces in Germany from the looks of it as the days passed for the boy. He originally afforded the trip to the country to genuinely just learn, something that most of his actions fell in line with. This time around, the exact area wasn't exactly the easiest to get around as well. A lot of the country was wide expanses of land on top of extremely teched out cities like Berlin, its capital. That being the case, the boy found the best possible outcome was to embed himself into a small village or group of people in a lone area of the country. It'd be best to see what those with very little or less interest in the country's politics think about its owners and "protectors".
So, Saisei found himself in a tiny town that he was guided to by a young man visiting his home for the first time in a decade, making it the perfect get away to learn about its people. Upon arrival, he wasn't given much of a direct welcoming from its inhabitants. It was a quaint little town with a pretty tiny population in comparison to some of the larger cities. It was perfect to learn in Saisei's eyes, making what he hoped was the next few days great for learning. That was, if he would be around for that long of a time.
At the edge of town, not very far from the entrance was a quiet ruin, dusted in ancient history and information most would never live to learn. A prime target for someone like the visiting boy. The plan was to visit as soon as possible, directly after leaving his small duffel bag of belongings in the town's nearby inn, a long forgotten business throughout most of the world. Not even moments passed since Saisei dropped his bag in an unoccupied room he paid for that people began to shuffling in mass outside to take witness of something. In pursuit, the boy followed the towns people to what seemed a sight of awe for most.
There stood a group of men, two hovering a man between the two of them, all three looking far too different from the people of the town to be from here. At least, that's what he believed. Nevertheless, the townspeople shuffled away as fast as they had come, a puzzling look filled the boy's face before he decided it would be best to heed their decision. That was, if he wasn't intent on learning about the group. Stepping forward just slightly towards the large ruin, Saisei belted out loud without a thought to the wind. "Hellooooo."
The young boy was in over his head thought most of the townspeople surrounding him, the bright morning sun pressing down on the ruin, a beautiful sight indeed. Saisei had never seen something like it before, Karakura was far too advanced to leave something like this standing out in the opening."What is that?"
It was a simple question with what could be hundreds of years worth of history behind it, something that sparked excitement in the child. Just what needed on his first morning in Germany.
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