"The kitchen is down that hallway, and you take those stairs to get down to the laundry room." A man in his thirties said. A new tenant had come to live in his apartment complex, but this one was different from everyone else. This one was human. He knew it would be a ruckus because of it. Everyone in that apartment wanted to escape humans while resting at home, but now he had brought one right to them. But this was a good opportunity for them to practice. Some of them hadn't been around humans for ages, they needed to know how to make it around them. One day their apartment might not exist anymore, and at that time they would have to go out into the world and face their demons. Or considering some of them were demons, face their humans might be a better term. "You will share bathroom and living room with your room mate, but the bedroom's are private if you don't choose otherwise. While I do trust every single person in this building, I still do suggest that you keep the bedroom locked no matter if you are there or not. There has been instances where things have disappeared in this building, so better be on the safe side." The human nodded, wondering slightly what kind of place it was if things just disappeared and the owner still didn't believe that it was due to the roommates. "And one more thing." He said before unlocking the door to the apartment. "Don't be too frightened if you hear sounds or see something odd. It's an old building. It does play with your mind a lot." He opened the door and let the human walk in before handing the two keys over. One to the bedroom, and one to the door. "Your room is the one to the left. If there's any trouble it's just to call." With those words the man left, and the human girl was left there, looking at the door. What an odd figure. Maybe it had been her imagination, but it had seemed as if he had made an awful lot of glances towards her neck. Oh well, she should unpack her things. She looked towards her bedroom door and saw the boxes that had arrived earlier the same day. But before that. She looked towards the other bedroom door and walked up to it, knocking carefully. "Hello. I'm your new roommate, Veronica Clark." There was a chance that her roommate was working, or even sleeping. So she weren't sure if she would get a reply. But if he was in there and awake, then she at least wanted to introduce herself. The owner hadn't really told her anything about her roommate. The only thing she knew was that it was the only apartment with one spot free. It wasn't unusual that two people of different genders lived in the same apartment, the owner didn't have any problem with it since the bedrooms were off limits for the other party if they didn't have permission to go in there. He hadn't told her if she shared apartment with a man or a woman, and she didn't mind much whichever it was. She just needed a cheap place to live in while she studied her distance courses. And considering how the owner had told her how much he trusted all of the people in the building, she guessed she wouldn't be teamed up with someone known for sexual assault or something like that. Maybe she was naive, but after having talked to the owner for a couple of months while planning the move, she felt pretty safe no matter who the roommate was.