Despite the darkness that crept from every angle of the alleyway, Sora could tell that the figure before him was frantically looking around as if they weren't a part of the Organization that was represented by the very cloak they wore.
His shoulders were still tense and the grip on his keyblade didn't slack in the slightest, but his expression was more curious than on guard. He knew quite a few people that went undercover to find the secrets of the Organization...hell, Riku had been one of them, but that didn't mean he could just roll about willy nilly and expect them all to be friendly. The air was silent for only a moment longer before it dawned on him that she -- yes he could tell that the figure was a she by her voice -- had said his name. His fighting stance dissolved as a look of confusion crossed his face. He's met a lot of people in his short stay in Elysion and although he's cross many familiar faces in that time...this person's voice came up blank.
Sora felt his own Keyblade disappear in a show of lights when the woman dropped her hood and he realized she was no older than he. Immediately her face reminded him of Kairi, soft and open, although riddled with so many conflicting emotions it was hard to determine which from which. It didn't take long for him to notice that she was trying to clarify that she wasn't a part of them and although still a little wary, the teen flashed her a friendly smile.
"You're the first I've seen around these parts wearing an Organization coat, sorry for jumping on the defense but those guys can't really be trusted...and it doesn't help that you know my name but I don't know yours."
It was evident that his appearance caught her off guard and for whatever reason, he couldn't place why. He's never seen this girl before nor met someone who could wield the Kingdom Key like he could other than Roxas but he preferred dual-wielding and if their fight was anything to go by...one was never the Kingdom Key. He was more curious as to why he made her anxious, why she held the keyblade to begin with, and really - who was she? So many different questions raced through Sora's mind and he didn't know where to start first. If he jumped right into "interrogation" it might make her run, but if he didn't say anything it might give her a chance to run as well.
He decided to focus on her last sentence and go from there.
"Why shouldn't I be around you?"