"I guess we'll see," Alicia mused to herself as they got to work. Mariette could protest all she wanted, but this was only ever a deal of convenience as well. One way or another it would end badly.
Fixing the ship went surprisingly easy, though admittedly she didn't really have any comparative experience to judge that on. That was what it seemed like anyway, though the help of Deities did make it easier in that regard. With the time crunch that they had going on anything that was easy was good for her as far as she was concerned.
There was one factor that had not been included in their planning however, and that was the presence of the crowd and the cops. "This could have gone better," Alicia noted as she looked out at everyone who thought that this was some kind of movie shoot. It wasn't like it was her decision to park the thing and start fixing it here, so really she wasn't responsible for this particular outcome at the very least. beacon would have handled this a lot better, she was sure of it.
She sighed as the cops yelled at them, not overly worried. She was a magical girl, what were they going to do to her? Not that she had the time to yell back either as the ship suddenly lurched into motion, with a driver who acted like a they had never sat behind the wheel before. "Geez, where's Amber when you need her?" It couldn't be her driving since this was her ship after all.
For now she stumbled before grabbing onto a helpful railing and holding on while braced as best as she could be. Well, this was one way to start their expedition, she supposed. Hopefully the rest was a bit more promising