Of course, many people had been misplaced from their homes after the events had happened, but it was a wonder to him that she wasn’t on Bhunivelze with the others, or with a nomadic group of hunters or something of the sort. Instead, she was all alone.
“Hmm…I see…” Noel had his hand on his chin, contemplating the situation. Then, it just occurred to him that maybe she wasn’t from their world at all, and a paradox had happened that brought her there. If that were the case, things were even more out of hand than he originally thought.
“Well, where do you come from?” he asked, forgetting that he hadn’t even given the young woman his name.
She watched as he gave her a strange look, but she decided not to think too much on it. She realised how odd it must seem for a girl to be on her own in such a strange place.
“Not from anywhere around here, that’s for sure,” she laughed. “I’m from a city called Midgar, on the planet Gaia. I… I honestly have no idea how I got here.”
She couldn’t recall if she had given the brunette male her name. “I’m Aerith, by the way. What’s your name?”