The train station was calm as usual, at least in terms of danger. The perpetual sunset was on the horizon, the clock continuing to move as normal in spite of the sun's bizarre nature in this Realm of In-Between. People milled about, going on visits by train from the beach, to and from other districts of the town, and more. Some children were leaving to go home to one place or another by way of the neighborhood down on Market Street nearby.
A young woman was nearby, wearing what appeared to be a dark gray set of light armor with a blue cloak over it, a similarly light blue visor in front of her eyes, held to the sides of her head over her red hair. Her skin was fair, but her eyes were a bit of a standout element if one were to look closely at them. There did not appear to be much in the way of irises at all unless one looked closely, at which point they would see some gray ghosting around the edges of where one would be, indicating her eye color was a bizarre white. However, it was rare for anyone to get close enough to see that.
As for the reason why, the answer was merely her own secretive nature. Rather than standing with those below, she had taken to sitting on the edge of the clock tower's upper ledge, a place often only frequented by teenagers at the oldest, barring one or two exceptions. A series of holograms showing maps and camera views of the area from a variety of angles were in an arc in front of her as she moved them around, muttering to herself as she looked through the information she wanted to find, the effort incidentally causing her fingers down to her forearms to take on a light blue tone due to the split focus. The data was centered in on the mansion in the distance. A hole in a wall to the woods had been patched over the past few months, rendering the only possible route in that direction as through the neighborhood, in through the underground entrances.
She wouldn't survive long on her own if she tried to hunt him down up front, but this location was one of the closest ones to finding out what exactly was happening.
"Where is 'e...?"
(Open to anyone. Basically it's one screen away from the neighborhood, so not too far off. If they happen to appear down below on the main floor of the plaza, she'll notice them quickly enough if they stand out.)
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