As soon as Emory signalled, Bunny and Florian split off from the group and off to a random direction, far enough from the suspicious-looking family to figure out what to do next and where to go from there. The two weaved through the long corridors of this large unusual mansion for a few seconds before stumbling into a foyer. Standing there for a little bit to catch their breath and figure out where to go from there, without a word spoken, Bunny did her thing with that necklace she keeps around her long pale neck. She was searching for spirits that may be possessing the mansion and Florian realized it immediately, being partnered up with her for some time now. Their teamwork despite lack of communication for the most part worked like clockwork. Over the course of time they have worked together on various cases they came to realize each other's mindframe so it wasn't too difficult to see what the other one was thinking.
Their search was cut off by a loud commosion spreading through the long corridors and echoing from all sides of the room. Something was amiss. An unexpected woman's screaming cut right through Florian's attention on the task giving a swift look towards the corridor they just came from, but being trained in this sort of business he was quick to recover and look back at Bunny who didn't even flinch and was obviously still focused. "We don't have the time to go back and see what's going on."
- Florian suggested: "We should keep looking for the room and leave it to the rest of the team."
He wasn't usually the type to shy away from danger, but he also had a keen knowledge in discerning his priorities during missions: "If in dire needs, they'll let us know."
- he continued with his slight Russian accent. He has been working on his English pronounciation, trying to mask his rough Slavic speech behind an American one. But a sharp ear could still pick up certain words articulated in a non-American fashion. Luckily, he was not exactly the chatty type so for under-cover purposes it was good enough. Perhaps not well known among his colleagues is also his knowledge of Norwegian, which he learned at Durmstrang, as well as French and Italian. Emory and Arthur are most likely the only two people in ORO he may have mentioned this to.