He used the mail as a way to keep in contact with the humans that he dealt with in the volunteering he did, and any other offers or bills he might have. He used it as a very human form of communication with very few people. He like writing, and letters were one way he occasionally got to take out a pen and scribble out some words. Zax would often just write for fun; it was something he noticed humans losing the talent to do, but he kept going with it; writing all manner of things. A bit of a hobby of his, it was.
Zax listened in as Jay spoke, and noted something slightly odd about the man chuckling at the thoughts of the city being filled with criminals. Apparently this one liked trouble; he was a lot like the boys Zax spent time with at some of the houses around town that took care of, sheltered, and helped to rehab troubled kids. What was wrong with them was varied, and diverse even between each kid. Suspicion rose a little, as he knew that chaotic beings like places full of trouble and danger. Zax was just glad that while this place had issues, they weren't too bad, and giant acts of violence didn't happen all that often. Small skirmishes were common, but large enough ones to hide in weren't. Just barely catching the second batch of the new mans words, he piped up again."There is a smallish mall; nothing too impressive. We don't have quite the number of people to support something too large."
At least, that was his own thoughts. He wasn't too sure about it really; he hadn't been to too many other places than here. He had spent time among mortals, but he focused more on people; not the things around them. It wasn't a far walk to the bakery, and you could smell it steps before you got there. The windows on the outside boasted 'Fresh Daily' and there were pastries that lined shelves. You could find any manner of sweets here, and the model cake that sat on top of one of the display cases showed that they were good at what they did.
Opening the door, he stepped aside and held it open for Jay."Welcome to the finest bakery in town."