Jin - Streets of Konoha
Oh, perhaps she hadn't given the boy, no man, enough credit. He was coming on stronger than she had expected, but that certainly wasn't a bad thing, far from it even. Jin loosened her grip somewhat and relaxed a little, knowing and wanting what came next. However, things did not exactly go as she had hoped.
Malkizid suddenly gave her a push, catching her off guard and allowing him to break free. Before Jin could regain her footing, he was already up in the air, fading away. For a brief moment Jin thought about pursuing him, that invisibility technique was certainly impressive, but not perfect. But she decided against it, let the boy fester in the knowledge that no matter where he went, no matter how far he got away from her, in the end he had to come back to her himself, they were a team after all.
Jin licked her lips, still tasting him and realigned her clothing. "I'll see you again soon." she said with a certain malicious voice, in the direction Malkizid had disappeared. Next time he wouldn't be so lucky, or unlucky, depending on your perspective. She walked back onto the main street and stretched, garnering a few looks from the people out there, the looks she so craved. Men looked at her with pure lust, while the woman looked upon her with jealousy. Konoha was a big town, and Jin was certain to sample some of the locals.
So Jin wandered the streets somewhat aimlessly, amazed at how big the place really was. Perhaps I should look for Katsu. Knowing him, he'd probably beat half the town to a pulp and was now comfortably waiting in a cell or something. she thought as she sat on some stairs, giving the passing by men some rather suggestive looks, causing some to forget what they were doing. When suddenly there was fireworks in the sky, off into the distance. It was odd, to see fireworks this early in the day, but it did pique Jin's attention. Where there was fireworks, there usually was a party, where there was a party there was booze, where there was booze there were drunk people, where there were drunk people there would be fun.
So feeling somewhat reinvigorated to have a goal again, she got up and started to walk into the direction she had seen the fireworks. She moved across the roofs, the winding streets were too slow to traverse through, and there was a slight sliver of hope that perhaps she'd see Malkizid again, but sadly she didn't have such luck. Soon she found herself on the outskirts of Konoha, at the start of the forest. it seemed a bit odd to have a party so deep into the forest, but then again, this was the Leaf village after all. With some speed she moved along the branches of the trees, once more into the direction she had seen the fireworks. It probably wouldn't take long before she found whoever set those fireworks off. And perhaps finally she could end this dry spell. She increased her gait at the prospect of that.