Unsure of how the younger Sunba might have taken the presence of the older one, Andō was quite glad to see that it had helped Kyōusuke become much more relaxed. That, in turn, helped Andō feel much more relaxed, as it meant that he and Kisora had not come here for nothing. When Kyon chose to ask what their questions were, proving active in the discussion and receptive of what they might want to say, Andō's smile grew.
He made his way over to the table and sat there, too, glancing from one Sunba to another. Kyōsuke was not the only Sunba here that was unsure of the purpose of this gathering, so in that sense, he felt like he had some explaining to do. "We know that you left the village for a time," He hesitated for a moment, pondering how to make his words sound as unaccusing as possible. "In the company of several missing-nin, including Uchiha Rei. We wanted to know if, during that time, you saw or experienced anything particularly unusual."
Andō hesitated again - he was sure that Kyon had been interrogated and had given a debriefing upon his return to the village; Andō was also sure that, had he wanted to be, that he could have been at that very event. He had not been, however, and now he was tasked with repeating questions that might make Kyon uneasy, given that it might make Andō and Kisora seem like they had come to interrogate or arrest him. Wanting to avoid that misconception, Andō quickly began speaking again, seeking to explain the course of their coming, further.
"We only ask because a strange visitor appeared to Kisora and left with her a mysterious stone. They said that it must be protected at all costs, and it seems to be almost otherworldly in its composition. Despite our best attempts, we can't so much as even leave a scratch on it." He paused, hesitant, then spoke again. "We've come to talk to you now because your namesake is presently unaccounted for, and given your time outside of the village and your traveling with some of the world's most notorious and powerful individuals, we felt that you might be the most likely to know about such a thing. We are... in a sense, desperate," he explained, pressing his forehead prostratingly against the table in an attempt to show to Kyōsuke the sincerity and earnestness with which Andō and Kisora had come.