Sano watched the exchange going on between his new students with wry amusement. Oh boy, this is going to be an interesting time, he thought. They were already getting in each other’s faces and screaming, *very loudly*, so much so that others in the square were giving the party strange looks. The group probably deserved the strange looks; you had two kind of countercultural looking people, one super big dude who yelled everything, and a small child. It was pretty much the epitome of eclectic. Anyway, if the two wanted to tussle Sano wasn’t gonna stop them, but he was going to have to redirect them to the mission at hand if they wanted to get any where at all today. “Well!” he said, rubbing his hands together. “This is going to be a, uh, fun day!” By the Sage I hope so at least. Maybe we can get these energies channeled into something productive. At least giving Jurojin something to punch that isn’t Tsume would be a start… And he really had to keep an eye out for that kid. Maybe he had gotten in over his head on this one.
“Our mission today is to go find and bring back some rogues. These people aren’t particularly dangerous but they are a nuisance, and they’re going off spouting some propaganda about Kemurigakure and threatening the livelihoods of normal citizens, so they need to be deal with. That’s going to be our job! Hopefully you guys can learn a lot by getting right out in the field. I know of their last known location, but here’s where we’re going to start: part of being a shinobi is gathering intel. We’ve got a couple other of the rogue’s friends locked up right now, so we’re going to head on down to the jail cell and give em a shakedown, aaight?”
With that Sano was off whistling merrily to himself as they walked toward the back of the Kemurikage’s offices which they were standing out. The petty holding cells were pretty accessible, being located in a basement just behind the main office complex in an otherwise boring looking building. Sano would approach and give a nod to the guard; he’d informed the man that he was going to be taking some students down there for a lesson earlier that day. The guard nodded and turned and made some hand seals first and then unlocked the whole thing. Sano, not being a fuuin proficient himself, didn’t understand all the chakra magic that went into making sensing and protective barriers but it was pretty cool nonetheless. “They keep these guarded with not only manned guards, but a special kind of fuuinjutsu and sensory. It’s neat stuff,” he explained to the kiddos, supposing they were paying attention and not just still screaming at each other.
When they were inside, the main office was super boring looking with a bored lady reading a newspaper at the desk. “Howdy Aiko-san, just here to get some kiddos scared straight,” he said with a grin. The lady just grunted at his joke. Stick up her ass, such a shame where they’re pretty and uptight, he thought, giving a shrug to the students and leading them down a staircase. They arrived on the landing below, another shabby looking room with a couple guards in it. He would stop them here and turn to the group.
“There’s two guys down there, and I’ll let you guys do this yourselves. I wouldn’t recommend using actual physical force, but in some of your cases you could threaten, you could barter, bribe, remind them that they’re going to be executed if they don’t cooperate, things like that. They’ve already been interrogated so they might be pissed about having to do it again, but give it a go anyway. I’ll be here watching in case anything goes wrong. Remember, use your strengths, each of you could probably contribute something unique to this part.” He gave them a flashy smile and a thumbs up, and then opened the door to the holding area.