The offer really wasn't an offer in his mind, rather it was a point at keeping him under a careful watch that he was less than privy to really oblige too. Yet with the other two going along, he sighed pinching the bridge of his nose with a bothered shrug. Unlike that of Crow, he didn't overly care to this specific moment to take note of the temple, rather he was just following along like a sheep in the herd. He kept silent, brooding an all too familiar way before his ears began to twitch against their own accord. "Grey, you appear like you are looking for something. Are you not hungry yet?"Hearing his name spoken, he glanced to the elder man with a narrowed stare. He would have to be fairly daft not to note the bemusement in his tone and know exactly what he was getting at. "What matter is it of yours?" he snapped out of habit, the less he had questioned about himself the better. Letting the frustration of him bounce off like as if it was nothing more than a gnat, a hand pulled in a slow motion showing into the large open area, the oak tables lined with chairs with the black velvet trim. Almost all of them were pushed neatly under the table except for the various few who either had a novice sitting in them, or were being polished by cleaning staff. "Fancy meeting you here child," Sparlas stepped around him without a secondary glance, though his own attention lifted upwards to take a full bewildered look behind him, to the side and then land back on her fiery crown. "Serving up anything special this morning?" Rhye exchanged a fellow confused look with him though hers was more to the fact that he was confused. He had left before she had this morning and yet here she was sitting there without a care in the world. The soft scent of lily and peaches was aloft on the air, coming from her as it was apparent she had actually taken the time to freshen up her appearance. Hair usually sleek and tamed was wet and a bit wild due to the fact it was drying freely; Grey gave his head a firm reminding shake. Picking up her plate from the side of her arm, she offered up something to Sparlas when he pulled out the chair to her right. "The ladies are just getting everything ready still, but they had some left over fruit from the night before." she answered casually as if there had never been a problem in the world. "I didn't expect the whole lot of you all to be awake," vibrant green eyes pierced to him, "Within reason of course."