floatingwiththeleaves seeks their honor
The dark haired man didn’t break his gaze from her. She was rather… confident that was to be sure and he still felt his instincts screaming at him. Whether it was for her or something else he couldn’t be sure though. Still he let her talk and ask her questions as he slowly tried to figure out what his options were. At least, his most obvious option right now would be to introduce himself. “I’m Angeal Hewley, a SOLDIER 1st Class from what I’ll guess is a different world. I’m a traveler of sorts and the traveling takes a toll and well, there didn’t seem to be too much in this forest that would be a threat to me so I figured I’d try to recover.” A partial truth at best, he’d recovered already, from the almost instant sleep the materia pushed him into whenever he used it. “A wish you say. Any limitations?” He decided for some reason that he really wanted to stall this out.
Hana appeared to be pondering it for a few minutes. She paced a few steps to the left, then turned around and paced a few steps back. “Technically yes… But they are just dumb rules, I never take them seriously. They are the normal and boring stuff, like… Can’t wish for more wishes, can’t wish to make me your slave, stuff like that… You can take them seriously and abide by them, but I don’t care. All things considered, break them, it would actually make my life more interesting…” She sighed, folding her arms. “No really, you can actually ask for those. I won’t even be mad.”
Angeal pondered the idea of a wish. He wasn’t even sure what he would even want. Given the option of anything he couldn’t seem to pick any one thing. “Is it all right if I hold onto the wish for now?” He asked this spirit curiously. Though he wasn’t entirely sure how she could grant wishes for someone not of the world let alone someone at all. Magic he supposed but he had no idea how it worked, he could hardly handle the materia that was responsible for even bringing him here. Yet he still couldn’t think of a wish to use. Let alone what to do now that the situation has diffused a bit.