Letony stood there awaiting as though he was listening for a response, and indeed he was. He first heard Arashi. He suggested that the tree sitting women take the lead, Ami. It surprised Letony to see she was touted by the male shinobi, although the gender didn’t matter. She appeared to be the highest ranked among them, and Letony wouldn’t argue about who takes the lead. Instead, he would stand there with an inquisitive gaze on the women as she spoke, letting them know that it was a Moon village problem, and that Moon shinobi should take charge on it. It actually pleased Letony that they had someone who seemed to have a good rapport amongst her colleagues. Since he was only 15, and still an upstart, it was always good to be with someone of a higher degree. This reassured the boy, as the women continued on about their mission. He leaned in slightly to grasp what she was saying, as she read through the mission’s dossier scroll. That was when she returned the scroll into her pocket, “I’m not sure we’ll survive this,” Letony’s eye’s glanced over in pessimism. He couldn’t help, but be a drag.
Ami would lead the throng from the peach blossom forest, Letony following along behind Arashi, and Ami, but Karite was farther behind even Letony. Letony’s cloak swayed as they took steps out of the patch of forest, the shadows creeping along their faces, as they made way towards the village it seemed. At least that is what Letony thought. They continued walking along, inching closer to the village gates. His assumptions were confirmed when they neared arrival, as the gates were plainly in view. Letony prepared his mission scroll well before they reached the gates, where the guards were posted on duty. He removed it from beneath his white Konowari flak jackets breast section with his left hand on the later side. He quickly unraveled it once they were in range for the guards to comprehend what the scroll said. Letony took this precaution as a measure to hide a part of himself from the group, that being his aggressiveness when it came to interactions. He didn’t want to show how easily annoyed he became at just about everything. Letony didn’t want there to be an identity crisis, where they thought he was an enemy, or something like that, which dealt a slight blow of anxiety to him as they entered. It was a great thing that the guards simply nodded at Letony’s outstretched arm, as he showed the thin scroll; unraveled, and dangling helplessly in the air. It was hoisted by his right hand gripping the cylindrical tube of the scroll so as to not hinder its sides, as its bottom portion slid downwards. He retired the scroll with master precision, and returned it from whence it came by the time they were past the gates. Letony relished in the thought of not having to speak for a moment.
As they maneuvered down the main street of Gekkousato, Letony’s head shifted constantly to stare at all the shops, restaurants, and café's littered around the location. His paranoia seemed to be rising as a result of the crowds the team encountered, as they marched. At the first sign of crowds, Letony’s face instantly turned to distain. He wasn’t happy about it in the slightest, but maneuvered through with the group nonetheless; his red sash following along dangling as well. Letony desired nothing more than to leave the busy area, and began following closer to Ami, and Arashi, but not leaving Karite behind too far.
The temperate weather of the Moon was disparate to the scorching hot desert, suiting Letony’s attire significantly better. He was at the right temperature physically, but he was mentally discontent. This would be relieved to some extent however, as the group reached a clearing of vegetation. It was a forest unlike the one they had just left. Trees ascending high in the sky to form a canopy over their heads, as they entered. ’To be a forest... this place is quiet. At least it's not that main road in the village again. Places like that piss me off,’ Letony thought to himself, when a scream came howling through the once tranquil air. Ami looked up at him, and everyone else, motioning for them to accompany her toward the genesis of the sound. Letony quickly gathered himself from his thoughts, and dashed to follow behind her, trying to maintain his formation position. It appeared the sound was close, although Letony couldn’t fully judge the distance, but he knew he needed to be prepared. He would clutch for his Tanto as he took off with Ami. “What a pain. If someone’s hurt already, I'm gonna be annoyed,” Letony let out in his lower toned voice. “If we don’t make it to help them in time, I do fear they might die.”
Letony wasn’t concerned about the loss of life, more so the loss of successfully completing his mission. He had no problems expressing his negative emotions at that moment, talking as they were running. He gripped the hilt of his Tanto, which was slid between somewhere on his abdomen, and the red sash that encircled his waist several times. Letony made this motion with his right hand once more, but didn’t fully commit in case he needed to perform Ninjutsu instead.