Takehiko Kuchiki Portion:
She sent him to look for the man known as Jaeden Crow in order to study his Hoho. This was a lot easier said than done as the guy wasn't very stationary. But Ulv sang high praise for him in what he was. Jaeden he thought could maybe turn him around from a beginner. But that perhaps was wishing too much truthfully. He could only guess as to what to do with it Finding him had been an adventure in itself as the man was reclusive. Often said to be in one place for a day at most others saying less. Kuchiki didn't often get to do leg work like this. So it was a certainly good thing he'd not skipped leg day today. It took him a long time to narrow day the guy's position. Where would one find the lone Crow who'd flown the world of orders and groups? Well, that was interesting as he was found in a wheat field that went for miles they said. Some believed he died in that place leaving no sign of his life or anything. They said he'd left this world so long ago and as Takehiko came closer.
He saw the signs of rising and falling of the chest. Showing the signs of life for sure as his eyes glanced over the figure of the man. He dressed in common clothing and had his head covered with a piece of wheat in his mouth. He had white hair back in spikes with very dark skin. His eyes were covered by a hat though he got the sense from him. Jaeden Crow, this man held an aura that was different from others. The rising of the chest meant he was alive. Takehiko inhaled before deciding what to say. This was the guy she'd sent him too and it did seem hopeless. But maybe something could come of learning from the man after all. "Excuse me, Master Crow I'd like to implore you to teach me Hoho."
He said bowing as he heard no response and looked at the man with his azure eyes. Jaeden's form didn't so much as budge for the Kuchiki as of the moment. Maybe he had died and the wind was breathing through him. "Please excuse me, I was told to find you if I truly wanted to learn."
He blinked thinking about it before bitterly sighing and sitting down with a thud. He couldn't hear a response so he just started talking out loud now. Not caring if Jaeden paid attention or not to what he said. "My name is Takehiko Kuchiki, son of Tsunashi Unabara and Kokokine Kuchiki, nephew of..."
He didn't want to even utter the bastards name as he clenched his jaw. That was when it came something unexpected. Takehiko saw eyes open beneath the hat as they took him in. Gray in color with signs of inspection going on. Was it because of his uncle's name or his name? What had driven this as Jaeden's figure hadn't moved yet aside from those eyes. He didn't seem invested in anything so how was this man fast? He didn't understand it as Takehiko could only sigh exasperated by it all. He spent all this time looking for a guy with about as much motivation as a cloud. Jaeden Crow Portion:
His slumber ruined again and this by some kid. Jaeden's eyes remained closed thinking along the lines if he ignored him maybe he'd leave. He heard something about someone sending this boy to him. Must have been Mirja, she was such a traitor ruining his sleep. Jaeden's eyes opened slowly as he heard the name and heard the pause. Deciding to open his eyes to examine the would-be student. His body wasn't bad for someone using faster techniques. He could guess why he didn't go to the person he paused on naming. Just because his uncle had to be a damn crazy man he got the kid? Was always nice being a runner up for teaching someone else's kid. Well no point trying to rest with the kid sitting there anymore. Jaeden's frame sat up abruptly as he yawned. "Look, you are his nephew. I'd say go ask him about it, but I can sense a level of bitterness that makes it unlikely. "
He said softly before glancing at the boy again not bothering to get up or greet him. The kid knew his name and he knew the kid's name all that mattered.
Definitely not the wind like Mirja so something else would have to spark that kid's brain. "Fine, this is under protest but show me...about three hundred flash steps."
Jaeden let his chin rest on his right hand's palm now yawning. He would get an idea of the speed and how much he could do. Techniques and stuff like that weren't so important. This kid was at a beginner's level so that was where they'd start. His eyes looked him over getting an idea that the kid was pretty weak spiritual pressure wise. "Move around while doing it too, will work on your normal speed too."
Jaeden thought about it all slowly as he sighed deciding speed was the kid's attribute of choice. So rocks would have to do or maybe something a bit more useful. Wheat would work fine and plenty of it around as he softly grabbed a piece between his fingers. Before shaking his head and going to a stone. He'd not be throwing these as the boy used Hoho, that wasn't the point.
Point of all this was for the boy to get a feel for it. His body wasn't strong yet or ready for anything else really. So may as well of just started him at the marker and let him go. Jaeden didn't promise results quickly or even say they'd work. He'd have to go look for Mirja or whoever told him about Jaeden afterward. But for now, he'd just educate the kid to some extent and give him exercises. Rest was up to him to keep at them and train diligently. Though this meant his naps were going to be ruined he laid down now waiting for the boy to begin. Though it appeared as sleeping he was observing. Every detail was important here, it would determine the style of user he was. His uncle was a fast as lightning one whereas Mirja and himself took to wind. But to say that only those two types existed would be moderately wrong. Yoruichi and Soi Fong had different styles as well, though guessing between them. He and Mirja fell to the Soi Fong side of the argument while Tsubasa on the Yoruichi.