Nazomeku, Eiji - Wireless and Urei Tatasuko
Eiji, glanced towards the village as he felt something off and then the massive explosive rumbling of destruction. Brows raising a small smile began to form on his lips, it was strange and wonderful how things died and lived. "How terrifying~" Eiji shivered with delight despite the mood and walked over to Langekou who appeared to possibly need some comfort "...don't worry, you can just plant another garden." It was a good thing that his students were somewhat aware of his EXTREME eccentricity.
Shaking his head Eiji continued to marvel over the spectacle when he noticed someone approaching them. "Him? Oh he's just some guy, unless he isn't, that'd be un-...-fortunate." he said in response to Lang's last words, the last word spaced out strangely and sounded slightly threatening. Eiji, despite what was essentially a good mood, was slightly thrown off himself, but for the sake of his student's --who did not possess a mentality like his own-- he had withheld some of his excitement and anxiety.
Glancing to his side and fairly close to Hitomi he noted Urei's present, likely the most timid of the bunch. She was rather cute he thought, so easily terrified and even easier to confuse. Though, he had found out the hard way that it was a bad idea to frighten her too badly, something was...different about that one.
As if knowing he was thinking about her, Urei glanced at him only to look away and at the village before quickly moving towards Hitomi, her good friend, only to go over to Lang and hide behind him instead. The two were very close as Lang's connectedness with nature and general ability to understand others fascinated Urei not to mention that his presence felt extremely comforting to her rather unsure self. "L-lang?" she said a bit quietly "why would someone do such...a horrible thing." Eiji chuckled slightly "'some people just want to watch the world burn' is all."
'Hmph, how fickle. A few lives lost and they gawk like it was the entirety of their world. Pitiful mortals.' It was the voice of Shougaku that resounded in her mind, the voice of her ancestor, dead but not, eternally plaguing her in the guise of a guide. 'Quiet brother, this is delicate, even if they cannot hear you it is rude to mock death...as ironic as it is for me to say such a thing,' there was the second of the two, Zume, Shougaku's younger brother. Seeming less cold than the frigid Shougaku, Zume was usually fairly pleasant to Urei and tended to praise her more than his elder. Shivering slightly she took another step forwards, clinging onto a corner of Lang's clothing for comfort as she stayed close to his right arm and shoulder, still remaining behind him for some protection.
Eiji walked towards then, his height dwarfing the young ones somewhat as he did. He said nothing, looking upon the spectacle with barely 20% of his attention. 40% of his attention lay on the stranger and the other 40% laid on his students. While he may have been strange, he was protective of his pupils, only he would be allowed to harm or kill them in any true manner, after all it was his right, was it not? Of course it didn't matter really, he had no real intention of killing them, doing such things to children was unsavory, even to him. This was a trait that even the Nazomeku clan held.