Trying to find out more (Open)
He had decided, from looking around and having a peek outside the wall, that this was indeed not Boston, and not the world he had come from. Part of him had still clung to the idea that he'd just been moved to some craphole while he was unconscious. Aidan had hope, for the first time in his life, that he'd been dosed heavily with juniper, that he'd been knocked out and that he'd be able to get back home. That hope was completely gone.
Fred had told him he might need to talk to the woman named Belia, who ran this place. Aidan wanted to know more about her before he did, though. He wanted an opinion, or many opinions. He wanted to know what he would face, and what kind of questions she would have. Not to mention any knowledge she might have of who he was. If it was true that he was in some kind of book or show or whatever, he wanted to be ready before hand, so it wasn't such a shock if she said she knew everything about him. He really didn't like the idea of people knowing him that he didn't know. Especially not in a strange place where rumors of his past wouldn't be the source.
Right now, though, Aidan was standing in the street, almost in the heart of die Festung, looking at the sky. There was a thing there that hadn't been there before. He couldn't tell if it was a comet or some kind of satellite. He knew it wasn't a star, though, since he'd been watching for some time, and it had moved.