The guards eventually gave admission to the compound, and Garak continued to say nothing. They were greeted and given a brief overview of the grounds before being dismissed for the rest of the day.
He suspected that they would each be observed during the time that they waited for the council to covene. Afterall, it was likely that spies would attempt to infiltrate the Order, especially if the gods themselves were interested in fighting against the Order.
It mattered little though to Garak. He was here to stand against those gods...the ones that allowed his family to perish despite their loyal patronage.
It was a solitary word that escaped his lips unconsciously at the mention of gods during their introduction. He did not even realize it had been uttered.
When they were dismissed, he headed for the building they were given access to. He was naturally curious, and figured that his time to explore had officially started. He would begin with the building where they had permission, and would perhpas move later to the buildings where they did not.
The others began to discuss their plans, and Garak took the opportunity to move away from the group and seek out the first of the three buildings. He gave a quick inspection of the door prior to entering the building...
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Kohl padded along beside him. They walked as a pair, as if silently agreeing as to their destination. Kohl probably knew that once inside he would be free of the barding and gear, and would have some food and water waiting.