In the Higashiyama District in Kyoto by the eastern forests lies a strange building. The building is four stories tall and its architecture looks to be a mix of old and new Japanese styles, as if different parts of the building were built at different time periods. There are two large satellite dishes located on its roof and sometimes strange glowing lights can be seen inside at night. Surrounding the building were many cherry trees, the oldest one being to the left side of the building. They looked quite lovely when they bloomed in the springtime. To the right of the entrance of the building hung a crooked sign that read “Hunters” in red paint. Currently, there wasn’t much going on in the headquarters of the Hunters. Things had been unusually quiet lately. Most of the demons that had been appearing lately were quite weak and disorganized. Many of the younger and less experienced Hunters hadn’t received a mission in a while since higher ranked Hunters were considered first when giving missions. However, many of the Hunters believed that his was simply the calm before the storm. The demons were most likely planning something. Neil was sitting on a cushion against the wall in the main dining and meeting area of the Hunters. The wall he was leaning against was covered in various pictures, letters, and maps. Some of the images were crossed out in red ink or paint, signifying that whatever it was had been taken care of. Neil’s blond hair looked to be quite a mess and there were dark circles under his eyes. Apparently he hadn’t slept in a while. At the moment he was furiously typing away on a laptop that was seated upon his lap. Neil looked up when he heard a large bang to his left where an archway leading to the entrance of the building was. Yumeko peeked her head out and smiled mischievously at Neil. She had skipped the last few steps on the staircase and had landed quite loudly on the ground at the end of it. She walked out into the room towards Neil. She was wearing a bright red t-shirt with a yin and yang symbol printed in the middle and loose short black pants. “A-a-any new missions?” she asked him hopefully. Neil glared and said irritably, “No, Yumeko. There are no new missions for you.” She had already asked the same question earlier that day. Yumeko sighed and walked over to Neil to see what he was doing. “Things have been so boring lately,” she said in a whiny voice. “I know some of the others have been getting missions.” Neil sighed, “That’s because they’re older than you and have more experience.” He then looked up with a curious expression and said, “Hey… shouldn’t you be working on your homework anyways? The weekend only lasts so long.” Yumeko rolled her eyes. "Actually, I'm already done." she replied. Suddenly though, the sound of the door to the entrance could be heard opening. It was a rather old door and typically made quite a bit of noise when it was opened. Yumeko turned around to see who had come in. She suspected it was one of the other Hunters returning from one of their missions since a few of them had been sent out recently to close a few small tears and take care of a few minor demons, or it could be a Seeker returning form their patrol. Whoever they were, Yumeko hoped they would have something interesting to tell. **important information** in the attachment there is a layout of the main floor of the Hunter's Headquarters. The above floors simply have apartments for the Hunters to stay in. You can decide what the other rooms upstairs look like.