"The same as always," Isana frowned as she said to herself before tucking her hands into her sleeves and turning towards the door.
"Such loyalty is admirable coming from you," she said in a sarcastic tone after listening to Shuro's dismissal of Soga's question.
"Either, even though I dislike to agree with the words of a delinquent, the only way to know what lies in someone else's heart is to ask them on your own," she said to the boy.
Her frown deepened with she heard their Instructor's lack of faith in their capabilities. However, she refrained to speak anything about that. If he thought they could "screw up" this mission, he shouldn't have given it to them in the first place. That said, Keiji's comment made it clear that not all of this lack of faith wasn't unwarranted.
"A warrior who has no confidence in his blade is as useless as a hammer that'll crack on the first blow. A battle is won or lost before it even begins, your lack of faith is the same as admitting defeat; a shame both to you and your opponent," she said.
"Anyway, we should get going already. We won't gain anything from standing around now that we are sure of what to do," Isana said as she left the club room after bowing one last time to their instructor.
The next train to the city's outskirts was going to wait for them if they weren't at the station when it arrived after all.