Since it was mentioned in the comments of the last post, yes, Noah and Mira are crashing here. Granted, I didn't ask them to. Noah said that their orders are to watch me and since they are already in my apartment, they may as well take advantage of the situation and that The Grigori already gave them the okay.
Good God, I feel like a parent whose kid goes up to you and say "Dad? Can Sally sleep over? Her Mom says its okay."
So why am I keeping them around?
1) Since they are Eyes, they are not supposed to see Slenderman. That should keep the tall guy off my ass for a little bit.
2) Keep your friends close, keep your enemies closer, right?
3) I'm really not up for fighting two-on-one with these guys to try and kick them out.
4) The Grigori has ordered them not to kill me.
5) The Grigori is supplying them funds so they aren't mooching off of me.
6) I really don't mind the company.
So yeah, I have two guests now. And really things aren't that bad.
They are both surprisingly nice. Noah is very outgoing and once you can coax him to play video games he is very competitive. It's also great to have someone to watch movies with (and I will convert him to liking schlocky horror movies, mark my word). From what I hear he's one hell of a marksman and is especially talented when it comes to archery. He seems to be around my age, straggly brown hair and brown eyes, but his face look very worn. It's sort of like the worn look that most of us Runners seem to have. I seems to try his best not to show it.
Surprisingly Mira and I have met before. She was among one of the Eyes who was restraining Charlie when he went ballistic and she took the liberty of apologizing to me. I recognized that unique voice anywhere. When it comes to Mira, it is very difficult to get a read on her because she NEVER takes her mask off. I'm serious I have never seen this girl with her mask off. I wouldn't be surprised if she showers with the thing on. With physical features, the only thing I can tell you is that she has auburn hair that she seems to always have tied into a ponytail. She seems to keep to herself, her mask buried in books (how she can read through that visor is beyond me). I quickly learned that if I want to touch her, I should warn her first. I tried to tap her on the shoulder and I almost got my arm ripped out. I don't feel too off-put by her though. Strange.
But yes, these are my visitors. I hope things go well. Or as well as they can.