Never had Kaseki ever left Shini's home in such a fast manner. With the boy's interest and his sister's mention, he had to see the Lionturtle again. He knew from the last encounter where he was, but now he knew why he was led to him. He stood there, the boy in front of him. The both of them stared at the large beast, the gaze of the creature away from them. Kaseki's eyes were fixated on the ruined city on the Lionturtle's back. He wasn't sure how to feel, yet it pained his heart to see the destruction of a city he knew nothing about... or at least that's what he thought.
"Ishi. . . ." He mulled over the name. He knew nothing about him, yet he understood every bit of him. Within his chest was something he could never understand. It was an emotion he never had room, or time for until now.
Kaseki could only do one thing to ease the pain. His hand reached out in front and simply rested on the shoulder of the boy. That was all he could do.