It was an oddly quiet town, not too many people were out despite the weather being pleasant. Then again, it was later in the evening, most families were likely settling down for supper right about now. The occasional person hurrying home, or guard walking by would make an appearance, but otherwise the blacksmith and cat were mostly alone. Raiden glanced down as he was pawed at, frowning confused at his companion's gestures. When Kita directed him towards the church he could only nod a bit, figuring she must smell something inside. Or perhaps she wanted shelter there, either way he might as well oblige her. They needed a place to rest, and at least if they hid out in the church no one would potentially recognize them. An inn after all would seem like a sensible place for him to go, so they would do well to avoid it then. There was likely some sleeping quarters, surely he could borrow one of the rooms for the evening, he doubted anyone would mind. How bothersome though, reduced to a man on the run.
Setting the horse up beside the church, Raiden didn't bother to tie it down. If the animal wished to run off than so be it, it wasn't his anyways. With Kita cradled in his arms, the blacksmith pushed open the large oak door, slipping inside the building before closing it behind him again. The main hall of the church was faintly lit with candles, and it certainly didn't look like a comfortable place to rest his head for the night. Setting down Kita on the floor, he began to wander about the room, trying to find a door that would lead them to some proper sleeping arrangements, or at least something preferable to the wooden benches that adorned the main hall.