Making a decision, Kurayami headed to the nearest cantina. Might as well refill the flask while he was here and besides that meant he could get more drinks without having to resort to drinking from the flask for awhile at least. Did he need more drinks? To a casual observer, no, probably not. If you were to ask him he would tell you that one could never have enough booze, though he was not the most trusted source of information many times. Besides he was never one for extended wanderings in marketplaces, cantinas just felt like home as much as anywhere else. He chalked it up to having constantly visited them, during his stint with Aquila Squadron and after the fact during his many travels and wanderings. Needless to say it took him a lot longer than most to check up on messages from his company, most likely why it was still far smaller for having once been such a well recognized name. Oh well.
Upon entering the cantina he ordered a bottle of namana nectar, quickly pouring it into the flask, before capping it and placing it back inside the pocket in his flight jacket. Once that was secured and the flight suit's jacket properly zipped closed again, he ordered himself a Corellian ale. Not nearly as strong as what he normally drank, but it would work at least. Plus it was a good way to make friends, to buy them a drink. Of course more than his fair share of deals had gone south over a cold one as well. Best not to think on those though.
Seeing that Eliza Steele was sitting alone he figured 'Why not?' and had a drink sent to her as well. He waited until the waitress was bringing the drink over before he took the chance to approach. He caught the chair as she kicked it out, taking a seat across from her, his eyes meeting with hers. Her introduction brought a good natured laugh from him, as he leaned on the table, arms crossed behind his glass as he answered her.
"Well, I can't say that I'm disappointed to hear such a thing. Too much biting just makes it less fun, too little though, and it also isn't fun. Fine line between the two in my experience. No need to thank me for the drink, figured it works for a cheap and easy introduction. By the way, name's Kurayami Bloodborn. Who might you be? "
Taking a swig from his glass he addressed her question.
"It is a rather nice day, so I'd say the festival was well planned this year. First time in many years I've been here for it. As for why? Born and raised here, left in my 20's, thought it would be nice to visit again. See if there were any I knew long ago still hanging around."