This wasn't Radiant Garden at all.
Stepping out of the portal, Lea scratched his head, casting his eyes up the brick walls of the buildings on either side of the alley he'd found himself in. No, this was all wrong. He could hear automobiles, which was a dead giveaway that this wasn't his home world. He'd never even seen a car until he'd left home.
He pushed his hood back and moved to the mouth of the alley, squinting in the sunlight. The city was busy, bustling with people, and the road beyond the sidewalk was full of cars and buses and even a few bicycles. Definitely too busy for Radiant Garden. So what had happened? He hadn't had a mixup with the corridors in years!
Maybe now that he had his heart back and was working for the good guys, his grip on Darkness wasn't quite so firm anymore. There was a strange idea.
Scratching his head again, Lea shrugged and figured he might as well take in the sights. If something was going sideways with the corridors, it was probably better to wait a while before trying again, right? So he slid his hands into the pockets of his coat and turned the corner, ambling leisurely down the sidewalk. Who knew? Maybe something interesting would happen.