Isami quietly drummed his fingers on a travel mug of tea in front of his hands as he watched his classmates steel themselves for their dive into the woods. He gave a smile as Tsukino quickly asserted herself as the defacto team leader, her boistrous and excitable personality standing in start contrast to Isami's currently reserved self. He breathed in the crisp midnight air, and glanced around the group. Out of everyone, he was well aware of the fact that he was the last person people would expect to be here, and honestly, he himself wasn't sure why he made himself join these guys. While he didn't especially believe in ghosts or spirits, at least in regards to ones that directly intervene in human life, the woods at night were nevertheless dangerous. It was a risk for him to be here, but some part of him couldn't let him end this chapter of his life without some kind of adventure. Every story needs and ending, and he may as well make this one a damn good one.
Isami's gave trailed on Kiyabu, and he pursed his lips. While he didn't dislike the boy, he seemed to stand as a foil to Isami in many regards. Isami figured that, should anything happen on this little excursion of theirs, good or bad, it was be somehow consequential of Kiyabu's actions. From what he could tell, he was one to act first, and ask questions later, and that mentality did hit a worrying chord in Isami. It meant that Kiyabu would be a wildcard, that he could cause an eventuality that he could not hope to plan for.
"So...we've got break coming up. Any plans?"
Isami took a sip of his tea, and let the smooth, dark flavors wash down his throat as he listened to everybody's answers, "Finalize my college plans, and I've been working my way through Shakespeare's Sonnets, so maybe finish off memorizing those." Isami said absently, as they began to creep into the tortuous paths of the Forest of Silence, "What about you Masami-san? How do you plan on spending your break?" He asked in a light, polite tone. Isami bent down the pool of water as they passed it, and gently tapped his finger on the surface, enjoying the small ripple across their reflections. "It's nice out here at night, people shouldn't be so scared of it..." He mused.