Suwako watched as their battle continued from a safe distance. She noticed that Alicia was one of the fighters. That meant whoever that gothic-looking girl was, she must be an enemy of the Beacon. Knowing Alicia was in there, she was terribly tempted to join in on the fight right away. She decided against it however, realizing that she could strike at an opportune moment when the enemy was open. If she was lucky, the girl wouldn't have noticed her presence, thus she wouldn't account on a surprise attack by another magical girl she knew nothing about.
The moment the magical guy erected that huge barrier of his, she quickly backed away, not wanting to be caught inside of it. Of course, this meant she was left outside without any means of joining the battle. What was he thinking, she scolded him in her mind. There was no need to make a barrier that big if you just wanted to keep her from getting away. Though, from the way he shouted, he clearly wasn't thinking that well to begin with.
The battle continued, and with careful observation, Suwako noticed how the girl was able to manipulate time in addition to her dolls. She now understood why it took this many people to bring her down. That kind of ability was simply too strong and versatile to be fought alone.
The girl created her own barrier using her dolls and puppets. But it stood no chance against the combined might of her opponents. And it was all over the moment the magical boy's barrier drill connected with her stomach. She had to admit, it was quite the gruesome end.
When the boy's barrier vanished, Suwako immediately approached the victorious group. Just so she wouldn't alarm them, she dismissed Agape and her bow and landed without any weaponry near Alicia.
"You alright?" she asked her friend. "Who was that? She was too strong to be just an ordinary magical girl."
"Oh, and I suppose I should apologize for arriving late."@Flamelord