Her target leapt to the next building, his long arms extending out to grab the next ledge and propel himself along. He was a Simit, an ape-like creature usually with white or brown fur. In this one's case, white. Along with human hands he had hands on his feet as well, as well as a prehensile tail. He had a vest and pants of dark blue, both getting dirtier with every scrape along the rooftops. His agility gave him an edge in the pursuit; he jumped from another roof, grabbed a streetlamp and turned it with a definite squeak, grabbing another with his feet, and ending up across the intersection on another building, cackling snidely at his young pursuer. But Suri was anything but restricted in this race. The human girl sprinted towards the same ledge and threw herself off it. As she did she tucked and rolled, pushing with her hands until she could feel the air pressure building on her palms. She thrust her arms out and the rush of air propelled her aloft. She landed on the same building the Simit had, rolled, and quickly recovered, carrying on the chase. Taitanshoa was a city of diverse construction. There was a greater mix of the races here than anywhere else in the Archipelagrove, and as such a bigger mix of cultures. That's why some rooftops were flat, others curved up in a 3/4 cone, and others were simply slanted on two sides. As they came to one of those such houses, Suri saw this was the least beneficial type for her target. He leaped and only just caught the top of the slant with his long fingers, scraping to haul himself up and slide across the downward slope at the other end. Suri, however, got the chance to push off the air with her feet and close the gap, grabbing the felonious Simit by the tail. He gave a primal howl and they both dropped from their combined weight. The Simit grabbed the handle-like eaves of the next housing unit and Suri was uncontrollably released from his tail and flung into the first floor. "AH!" She was thrown into an open window and slid along a table, one set for what was probably a very nice dinner. She collided with the father at the head of the table and knocked him and his chair over, but managed to use that momentum to get back on her feet. She stared at the man speechless between her legs, then back at the family. "Um...sorry. Guilder business." Inside she really hoped she wasn't in a classmate's house. Her midnight kimono shirt, red sash around her waist, heavy boots, and arm guards were hardly an adequate disguise. She didn't have time to think about that as a scream up above told her there was someone in the above floor. The accompanying ruckus she could hear through the ceiling told her her target was on the move again. "Guilder business!" she repeated and tore threw the kitchen. She kicked open the back door just as the Simit jumped out of the second story window. She outstretched her hand and threw a column of air at him. Too late, she realized her mistake as the Simit flew to the next rooftop. His laughter and mocking call of "stupid Pusher" set her teeth to grinding and renewed her pursuit. As she ran below, keeping the fugitive in her sights, she pulled out a disk of curled metal wire with two small magic crystals on either end, one blue and one red. She flicked her wrist and the wire opened into a curled earpiece with a long wire that extended a crystal towards her mouth. "Nox, I'm on the ground again. He got above me, but not away." She felt the need to point out that she had the situation handled, even as things were getting more difficult for her to control. "Heading towards the intersection of Dolset and Ushahru. Might be heading to the docks. Tell me you're nearby."