Vhailor's eyes returned to a bright, even red glow, and he stood up from the out of the way position he had been moved too, at the side of the guest area. He didn't remember much after Isla's remarks about rest, beyond a vague feeling of irritation. He felt the back of his skull, and it was somehow better. "Huh." He shrugged, figuring that perhaps his ability to resist death was greater than he initially supposed. He didn't know Stalfos could just regenerate like that, but it did explain a lot about the ones that Isla mentioned - the ones that required the utter destruction of their bodies. The outside was bright, uncomfortably so. He put the helmet back on, and was reminded as it pressed on the back of his head that whatever his own nature, dented metal was still dented the next day. Still, the helmet made the sun tolerable, especially if he kept his gaze low or level. He couldn't see those purple wisps anymore on the corner of his eyes anymore either, which was also odd. Perhaps he had been hit harder than he realized, and was simply seeing things last night. That did not bode well for the conclusions he had drawn and acted upon. "Bah." He moved out of Millie's house with confidence, his movements steady. Doubt is for weaker minds. Time to carry out the Plan of the Day: Contact Pierce, ask him about...what was that name again? Henrietta? See what he knew of her, and her state of being alive or dead. Before the day ends, draw a conclusion based on available evidence, and either solve the problem here or track them to their lair and solve the problem there. He made sure his gear was secured, and strode forward to Pierce's temple. He did notice something darker in the way the town was moving and going about its business, and they were giving him some rather interesting glances and being more furtive. Vhailor had been on the receiving end of one assassination attempt before when he was alive, and this had the air of one being considered. His hand instinctively brushed his hilt as he carried out his plan, and headed towards the small church. Let them come.