Ji-Jwan visited the nearest bar he could find, drinking till he could forget.
"I guess I can tell that I'm getting too old for this when I start feeling sorry for the people I kill."
"Sir, we've detected alot of events occurring within the city."
"What is it?"
"Well....." the man told Ji-Jwan of all the recent events that had happened.
"I see. You certainly are vigilant in these times. Good work."
"Thank you, and another thing. We've determined a place in a temple that seemed strange to us."
"I don't get what you're trying to say."
"Another Servant, we don't know whether Rider or Assassin at the moment, came and went to a huge tree and dug a grave. Hoshime and Lancer went and buried a dead female corpse at that same location. They then watched over the place for quite a while. We have sent the coordinates of the location to you."
"A dead female body? Could it be?......Good work, tell me if anything else happens."
Of course, take care of yourself as well."
The call ended.
"So this was the place," Ji-Jwan looked at the huge sakura tree, imposing it's features to all who would see.
"But what does this saying mean? Did the Servant that came earlier........No matter, this is not sufficient data to make any decisions with at the moment. I shall just remember it for now."
Ji-Jwan stood beside the grave.
"Pardon me, but I have a gift for you. I don't know if you'd have liked it but since you were a Japanese resident....."
Ji-Jwan placed a sake bottle near the tree.
"It was the only thing I could come up with at the current situation, but it's still full. I hope you'll understand."
Even though Ji-Jwan knew this was pointless, he still continued to talk.
"I don't know what you were doing there, how you became a vampire, or who the hell you were. But I do know that it was by my hands that brought you down. For that, I apologize. I promised to myself to minimize casualties among the innocents of Fuyuki. Unfortunately, it seems you were not to be one of them. However, there is good news. When, I mean, if I win this war, I will wish the Grail to send me back in time to stop my family from leaving the house that day. I would be able to prevent their deaths and live out the normal role of a husband and father. If that happens, there would be no need for me to even come to Japan, heh, I wouldn't even have a reason to visit this place. I would not be participating in this foolish war, and you would not have died by my hands. So in effect, if I win, you'll be fine, and your death will no longer be a burden on my shoulders. So just wait a little longer."
Finally at peace within himself, Ji-Jwan left the temple, getting ready for anything that could happen in the Holy Grail War......