While the trio worked Shizuo kept relatively silent, he wondered if it had something to do with the secret nature of the Bloody Five or whatever the hell it was. The staircase he was working on started to take the shape of, well, a staircase! Feeling a little cocky he thought he’d try to see how well it would take his own weight, hoisting himself up to the first platform and cautiously standing up. The boards creaked and moaned in a way that showed have indicated that it wouldn’t hold to the young teenager, but he decided to really test it by jumping on just a few inches from the ground. With a dull *thwack* the boards came crashing down, though luckily just the first landing was broken and not the actual steps that had taken quite a bit longer to size out and put in place. “Haha, well guess I’d better give 'em some better foundations.”
Laughing off his mistake he went back to grabbing planks of wood, this time ensuring that there were more diagonal pieces on each corner to support the weight of a person and not a mouse.
He listened to the answer of his sensei, curious as to what his odd question would reveal. There was very little that Mizui knew about 11, the fact that he was his sensei was sort of self-imposed as well having simply asserted himself into the training session after his frightful venture with Sayuri. After hearing the answer Mizui looked down at his handiwork, tenderly jumping up onto the stairs once more without the moaning and groaning of wood that seemed to indicate his success! Jumping up he heard the slightest of groans, but then again staircases weren’t exactly designed for playing around in mind.
Waving to 11 and Shizuo the tired Genin decided to call it a day and head home, pretty wiped from heading here straight after a training session. “See y’all later!”