In the distance, a black hoodie clad figure sat on the still morning dew seeped ground. Ja'Quill looked on from a grassy knoll at the Minari Inn. He blinks. Twice. He sighs and slowly rises from his perch. The figure slowly walks torward the Inn, finally finding a refuge that may not turn away a creepy, pale white kid whom appears to be broke. Ja'Quill had heard rumors whilst scouting the town, people speaking of the strange little inn on the hill that never turns anyone away. It had been a while since he ahd been able to aquire a place to live. In past years, he merely rented a room in a hotel. At first most of the managers and staff were skeptical, but when he flashed a big wad of cash in their face, they wouldn't refuse. Nor would they disbelieve them when he said his parents would be joining him shortly. When the bellhop would let him in his room, all it took was a simple possession spell to travel into a woman or man's body and pose as Quill's parents. It was a harmless spell. No big problem. When he was done borrowing the person, all he had to do was lead the person back into the lobby, and the host would be none the wiser, not remembering anything in the time of possession. No harm done. But lately there have been close calls. Once, the cops were called on him, saying something about a ghost or a demon, disappearing in front of someones eyes. Ja'Quill learned from this, only staying in unnoticeable places who didn't ask questions. From what he's heard, the Minari Inn is one of those places.
When he arrived at the front door he paused and looked down at the bracelet on his right wrist. It was given to him on the day of his graduation from the Academy, crafted with rough, but fine black letter, and lined with flawless amethyst jewels lined in strips. He sighs and wishes himself luck silently. Ja'Quill Knocks on the door, his expression dull, but backgrounded by one of curiousity. He didn't want to come in uninvited. Despite not being like most other "7th graders," Ja'Quill tried his best to have common curtesy and manners.