(He didn’t talk about those moments it had gotten him into trouble.)
Levi had become more careful over the years, certainly after everything that had happened. And yet he couldn’t help himself. He couldn’t help but just smile at people while he was trying to find himself a way to the sewers. One of those smile that could easily raise suspicion. Like he was planning something illegal. Maybe he was, in a way. He was heading to the black market, a place that definitely was considered illegal. Levi mostly just came there out of curiosity, not because he wanted to buy things. He was more interested in the people, magical people, people who might need shelter he could provide.
As soon as he had turned left into an ally, he took his wand out of his sleeve. No way he was actually going to waltz through the sewers. He was not a rat, thank you very much. Levi glanced over his shoulder, made sure no one was around before he disapparated. It wasn’t the first time he would go to the Black market. The man knew exactly where to apparate, making sure he didn’t lose some parts of his body along the way.
He had heard enough stories of people who did lose some body parts and he was pretty sure he never wanted to find out what it felt like.
Levi tucked his wand away again before he started to walk down the street. A few glanches to his left and right was enough to tell him nobody should try to buy anything here without knowing exactly what it was they wanted.
The man was just looking at a foe-mirror he just passed, when something suddenly got in his way. No, not something, someone. ”I’m so sorry. I wasn’t paying attention to where I was going.” His head snapped forward and an apologetic smile was curled around his lips. ”I didn’t hurt you, did I? I didn’t mean to step on your toes or to bump into you.”