Kironayas nodded. "You do that." He accepted the bandages, then casually ripped a metal support from the ledge, causing two bricks to break loose and fall. Without even looking twice, Kironayas set it against his arm and began wrapping. "Thanks," he said, though he felt no gratitude.
"So I should see Tristan so he can tell me how bat-sh*t Midoki went, and I can tell him that being dead is boring as h*ll." He tore off the edge of the bandage, tucked it in against the other circuts of cloth, and held the rest back out to Pyran. "Eh." Through out the entire conversation, he used absolutely no inflection, no emotion, no facial expression.
Despite Kironayas' apparent depression of tone, Pyran smirked at the words. "Boring? We'll see how long that lasts. Anyways, yea, do that. And maybe try to get out of him how she brought you back... Tell me when you find out."
Pyran bit his tongue from saying a little more, hesitating, but in the end he opened his mouth anyways. "There's this machine...that can bring you all the way back to life. It belongs to an organization called Sky Corps. But...it's torture. And Sky Corps is the said insane company that's caused at least half of the torture I've experienced in my after-life. But if half-life gets to be more than you can stand...well, last I checked, they had a giant cargo ship or something. A freight ship, there we go! But you know, it's an option."
"M'hmm. I know how she did it. According to an echidna I've run into a few times, she mixed several forbidden ancient rituals from various cultures." He began heading towards the door, then stopped and looked back towards the edge. If he had his humor, he would have said, 'race you down' and jump, but no, he just quietly opened the door and began his decent. Before he did, however, he said, "And being dead is boring. Being partially dead, we shall see."
"That doesn't explain how the rituals brought you back, how they put your soul back in," Pyran protested. Then it occurred to him that that all depended on whether Kironayas even had a soul anymore...
His eyes widened slightly as he watched Kironayas leave, unable to gather his thoughts and ask several burning questions before the Azekaran was gone. And Pyran didn't go after him. He had...other things that needed doing...