The sun was slowly descending down through the sky, tucking away behind the trees and hiding behind the horizon that held hills and mountains. The sky was a mixture of colors, dark navy blue that held speckles of stars, stringy clouds littered the sky while the sky held tones of purple, orange, and pink. Bats fluttered in the sky while the birds silenced within their nests for rest, the crickets began their songs and the frogs their low croaks. The world seemed rather peaceful, rather content and contained. Though a darkness, a thick fog hovered over the life of humans who now lived in wretched conditions. Though the bats jumped at the sound of hammers beating down on wooden posts, creating a stage in the middle of a field just on the outskirts of the towns. Dead being, decayed corpses to be exact, were building the stage and setting chairs as more dying beings from the earth crept into the towns, retrieving the humans for the auction. These auctions are held by other devourer chair, it's a quick way to make money in all truth. The one hosting it was a young lady, her dead servants were gathering roughly thirty humans for her, they would be placed in shackles and neck collars with chains hooked to it, leading them off. At least three of those humans would be her own, seeing as she didn't just capture, but bred them as live stock and treated them as such. Arriving to the Engagement - or Auction - was a young, old, man named Alfonse. He was in a nice attire consisting of a black suit with a white under shirt and a black tie neatly tucked into the vest underneath his coat. The man had on black dress shoes and white gloves that passed his wrists though didn't travel up his forearm. The male had half lidded eyes as he sat in his carriage, leaning back in the nice, blue, leather seating that rest in the wooden benches. The horse's hooves clattered against the ground as it trotted towards the given area where he would soon dine on delicious flesh that he had yet to taste. The man had gone quite some time without devouring a human soul due to the high price they now came at, how ridiculous. It was like a human buying a thirty dollar steak when they only had a penny in their pocket.