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located in Canti's Diner, a part of The Multiverse, one of the many universes on RPG.

Canti's Diner

This is your typical, decently sized diner. Painted in the traditional red and white with speckled Formica countertops. The smell of freshly baked pies fills the air from the small display case by the front entrance. Booths line the walls to the north and south while a few tables mottle the floor down the center. To the back of the diner is a small countertop with swivel stools and an old Wurlitzer jukebox.


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Character Portrait: Vegeshin Kanahashi Character Portrait: Midgra
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He took his seat casually, and rather silently, before trawling through the menu all the while Midgra incessantly clammored on about getting naught but meat, likely in plentiful amounts, toward the waitor who, sadly, did his best in lieu of the trials he seemingly faced; the test of mental fortitude in the face of primal, unrefined, adversity. Still, he couldn't help but chuckle once or twice before trying his utmost to stifle it. Despite crossing paths with myriad faces, many of which held eccentric, and downright odd, quirks about them, he still found humor in such awkward situations from time to time.

"I'm not all too particular. I'll take this evenings special, and a glass of soda." He spoke softly, and politely, before folding his menu and placing it to the edge of the table for the waiter to take. He could only assume that such dissonance betwixt he, and his temporary guest, would surely stir some sense of skewed perception in the man taking their orders. "As for my guest, do your best to offer him what he's asking for; I don't mind paying extra to satisfy his appetite. I'd be pleased if you could accomodate his requests reasonably." He added with a smile, hands coming together in an elegant manner with fingers interlaced. He wanted to make sure that the small individuals stomach wouldn't leave the establishment feeling unfulfilled.

No sooner than the waiter had left, though, an eerie, almost ghoulish, figure began to fade into view just behind Vegeshin's shoulder off to the right; piercing lime orbs shimmering in sockets ringed with black. The individual, in question, appeared almost fiendish, with an amber-orange orb sporting a single star locked into a socket attached to an adorning helm of sorts. His pale blue skin seemed to refract light, whilst the rest of his ensemble appeared obsidian, flecked with golden filagree in various places.

"I shouldn't be so surprised to find you acting the part of a louse and shirking your responsibilities." He began in but a whisper. "Perhaps it a poor time to mention that a ruckus seems to be stirring some miles away from the city? I wouldn't dare accost you as such were it not for the simple fact that, as it appears, mortal, mundane, authorities won't likely be able to handle such obnoxious gnats." He continued, earning a tired, and weathered, sigh of disappointment from the pale lavender eyed individual.

"Surely it can wait until I've finished my meal? I don't dismiss my duties all too often, but in this situation, I'm sure other individuals of capable means will intervene shortly. I dare say anything involving trouble and this city, in any capacity, would likely earn the attention of others with the ability to solve such trivial issues." He murmured.

To be a paragon such as he brought with it a responsibility he, whilst often adhered to, sometimes toed a line between contentment and irritability. With a sudden dismissive wave, he offered a smile in Midgra's direction; almost forgetting that his companion wouldn't have the slightest clue who the nigh phantom-esque silhouette behind him happened to be.

"Before you find yourself spooked, this is my overseeing mentor, you could say. My teacher..." He quickly explained, hoping that would tide the small little rascal over and prevent a scene.