"I suppose it depends..." Zwei mused after a short silence, while the giant seemed friendly he had trouble understanding the figures of speech the Goron was using to express his views on the situation. This large rock of a fellow must be one of these 'friends' her majesty spoke of when she contacted him. That was valuable information to the Twili, because now he could further evaluate the situation. The Queen must have impressive magic abilities in comparison to the Twilight Princess if she was able to contact multiple individuals simultaneously. Regardless if it was by specific selection or random choice, it could be considered the child will inherit this same talent. Perhaps that was the reason she needed strangers to come to her aid? No, there had to be a process to isolate candidates to avoid any questionable people from doing her highness harm. If this hammer wielding giant of an individual, himself, and the others arriving on the scene were any indication...there had to be more to each of them than what met the average eye. As the scene defused with the dark skinned woman shooing the would be thief away, Zwei raised a brow as she ushered everyone present inside.
"I believe its about 'to hit the fan' fairly soon. However we shouldn't keep the lady waiting, else we may miss the chance to " Zwei said with a curious smile as he tapped the Goron on the arm with the back of his hand before lifting his cane up and waltzing towards the tavern.
"Evening ladies, gentlemen and humble plant man." He said casually strolling past the guards, Kokiri and the Deku Scrub as he walked. Due to his short time in the Realm of Light, he wasn't entirely sure what to call the little plant and hoped if it was offensive, his cheerful and friendly presentment would counter it. However as he was about to head in...
"My dinner! How can I go adventuring without moldy bread now?"
Zwei stopped and spun on the heels of his feet to Bilko, a puzzled look beneath his hood at the sight of the boy. He had the aura of a wizard, the Twili could sense the magic radiating off of him despite his dirty physical appearance. He was a curious little resoivor of this land's magic power and no doubt another odd misfit summoned by the royalty. By the sound of it, he hadn't eaten for some time either if he was resorting to such poor choice in sustenance. Parting his cloak to reveal his arms also coated in the illusion to make him appear as a Hylian, he grasped at the small pouch secured to his belt. Undoing the string to keep it bound, the opening stretched wider than what should have been for looked like an average coin purse. Reaching the entirety of his arm into the bag he pulled out a loaf of bread that was in far better condition than that which the rat had stolen.
"Here, now the rat can cry as he missed out on the better choice" Zwei said with a smile while handing it to Bilko. Zwei himself didn't have much in the way of rations, but it was clear he was not going to take no for an answer as he already tied his magic satchel shut. The first rule of magic was that you needed to provide energy to fuel the spell. Which almost always came from the caster's body. At least now this little guy wouldn't be trying to use his abilities on an empty stomach and tax himself further.
Not to mention it was also spreading that which the Twilight Princess always tried to instill into her subjects. Be kind to others and they may show you how kind in return they can be.
"Now if you will excuse me, mysterious voice in my head asked me to come here. The nice barkeep asked us all to come in, and it would be folly to upset a woman who offers her kindness." he said and with that twirled his cane and turned to enter the tavern.