"Alright." Awai replied. "Isshou let's move."
"Kidokies." Isshou replied and they vanished with Shunpo.
"Let's find a place far away from Taiki where we can talk." Awai told Isshou.
"Yeah." He replied and they kept running and only stopped when they were in the middle of a large clearing, where the win would carry their voices far.
Isshou laid down on the grass and started looking like he was trying to make a snow angel.
"We've been with the Jinchuu for about a month now." Awai said counting on his fingers, "and we still haven't found out anything worthwhile."
"Yeah," Isshou replied. "They seem very guarded, and Taiki never reveals too much when he gives us an assignment. Just enough for us to complete it. It'd be much easier if we knew what he was planning, but I don't think he tells anyone. Do you think he suspects something?" Isshou asked worriedly.
"I don't think so." Awai replied, looking thoughtful. "He doesn't seem like the type to distrust allies, only enemies. But I could be wrong. We know so little about him."
"True... and we still haven't made contact with him yet." Isshou sighed sadly.
"He's not easy to contact, Isshou." Awai told him. "But let's get moving. We're wasting time with this discussion."
"Right." Isshou replied and they vanished once again. What are those two children planning?