Allana blinked as her conversational partner took in her directions like a kicked puppy and then seemed to steel himself for whatever he was going to say next. So either he actually did just come through the seal or he really, really does not want to be anywhere near the library, she thought and cocked her head slightly, waiting for him to reveal which one, exactly, it was.
"See, I honestly don't think I was standing here a minute ago. And I feel fine, so I doubt I've exactly blacked out or anything, either."
“Right,” she said as she scrambled mentally for what exactly they said in that welcome post she’d linked people to, “so not a tourist then. Okay, well, believe it or not you’re actually not the first person this has happened to. We’ve had a lot of people show up here who were just somewhere completely different and can’t explain how they got here. It’s…” she looked around, conscious that a random street corner wasn’t exactly the best place to have this conversation, “…kind of a long story,” she finished a little lamely. She wasn’t so much a fan of people deciding that she was insane and needed to be locked up or run away from herself, and telling someone who had just come through the seal that they were in the middle of a Biblical apocalypse on a street where they could just run off and get into who knew what with demons seemed like a bad idea. On the other hand I can always just stop him with a Force barrier or something until I at least give him an amulet if he does decide to run off into traffic, she decided, weighing up the young man’s generally nervy demeanor as she decided how to approach this.
“The short version? There’s a seal, a sort of…well, it’s a whole thing, but it tends to pluck people out of different realities and times within those realities and sort of deposit them in Lawrence, Kansas, which is where we are. It’s sort of an effect of the apocalypse that’s going on right now. There’s an apartment complex set up for displaced people, I live there and so do most other people who get dragged into this, and I can explain more on the way there if you’re not about to start yelling at me about how I’m insane and running off down the street?” she finished with what she hoped was her best ‘look-how-stable-and-trustworthy-I-am’ smile.