Having the crowd and dark on their side made kidnapping the young woman easy. Guards were not paying attention to who were leaving the temple grounds, and still wondering what had happened gave them all the time they needed to get out. It would also buy them enough time before realizing Reka was missing. Heading out of the city Reka in Rogue's arms would start to mumble and move around, which was not a good sign. The two of them needed to get back quickly. They only needed to make their way to the border of Brahma. They had comrades waiting for them with horses to take them back to the camp. Taking a little longer than they'd hope, they would finally reach the border. Using the horses to travel it would only take them a few minutes to reach the camp.
Getting off their horses, they would head inside a small hut with only three rooms. The building was old and falling apart. You could hear the squeaky floorboards from the lightest step you took. Sōgen would grab hold of her from Rogue so that he could bring her to the far back room. Gently placing her down on a soft padded futon that was on the floor, he'd tie a rope around both of her hands and legs to keep her from escaping if she woke up. The night passed and a new day began, Reka would open her eyes while feeling a cold breeze against her skin. It would send shivers down her spine that forced her to wake up. Pondering in her head, she'd believe that one of the handmaids left the windows open last night when she went to bed. "How forgetful they must be." She'd say to herself as she tried to move her hands up to rub her eyelids. "What this?" Opening her eyes, she'd notice her hands in a bind, along with her legs. Looking around, she could tell she was no longer at the Salko temple. Where on Earth was she, and what happened? She could only remember the ceremony that was held yesterday evening. Staying as calm as she could, Reka would look around the area. The room was a bit dark; the only light she had to see came from large holes in the walls that brought the sunlight in from the outside. Sitting up she'd hear a strange sound coming from the ceiling. Reka couldn't make out who or what was there but a shadow of a man appeared resting on top of the wooden beams. "Who is there? '' She'd call out to them to see if they'd answer. "Why did you bring me here? " She'd continue to wonder before hearing loud footsteps from the outside of the door. Coming to a stop the door would slowly open. A young man with moss green hair and bright yellow eyes would be smiling down at her. He would be carrying a wooden tray with food and water.