Dulga agreed with Mako's assessment. She knew that she can't just shoot everything that is troublesome. It's just the first thing that came to mind. Dulga didn't like making complicated solutions to simple problems, and as her mother always says, guns are the dumbest tools you can so. So use dumb tools to solve dumb problems. "And that's why we don't have a mailmail anymore." Dulga smirked to herself as she listened to what Mako had to say about what everyone else wrote. Most of it was pretty vague but Dulga had a good idea of what everyone must have written by what Mako had said. Kenichi probably wrote very one-sided solutions that didn't take into account the villain's motives. Mamoru seemed to think that she's working in a team. Kaida likely relied on her quirk which would have turned her into that Draconian form that Dulga saw earlier. She understood why Kaida would be hesitant to show it, even against enemies. Roy probably wrote very stereotypical heroic reactions. Dulga didn't know who Yoshiro was up until now, so whatever he wrote was probably more thought out than what Dulga wrote. Jett seemed to have relied solely on his quirk for most of his answers. Tomoe... Dulga was surprised that Tomoe was even awake to write anything. Though she was asleep right now. Ezra likely disregarded any civilian casualties to go straight after the villain. Kamina just straight up murders them, which Dulga had to admit, she'd also likely do even if she wasn't using rubber bullets. Another girl came in, Yukari Yozakura. Dulga didn't know her.
Mako claims that by the end of twelve weeks, they'd have much different answers. Dulga certainly hoped so; while she might be as thick-headed as a boar, Dulga did want to learn and figure out new, better solutions to tackling these sort of issues. Which made the next thing Mako said catch Dulga off guard. She wants the students to try and hit her. Dulga knew this wasn't going to be as simple as going up to Mako and slugging her. Not only are they likely to get into trouble if they managed to, but Dulga was almost certain that no one here could land a hit on Mako. She may have been a thief and a burglar instead of a front-line fighter, but it took many professional heroes to lay a trap and take her on directly. Dulga doubts that even if everyone in this class worked together, they'd be able to put a scratch on her. Not yet at least.
Dulga did debate taking out a rifle and shooting at Mako, but she dismissed that idea. Not only would that get Dulga into loads of trouble she'll likely miss anyways. Trying to shoot Mako at point-blank when she can obviously see Dulga aiming at her was stupid. No, Dulga had to try something else. Something... Villainous. Lacing her good hands together Dulga did think about how to approach this. Obviously Mako wanted everyone to try to think like villains, not only to understand them, but to predict their methods. Dulga stared at Mako and tried to get a read on her, figure out what she was thinking. Mako was obviously quite confident in her abilities if she thinks she could avoid everyone's attempt to catch her. Surely she knew most, of not everyone's abilities and how they'd use them. But what Mako might not know is how they think, their tactics and their methods. One thing was for certain, this wasn't an solution Dulga could solve just by shooting Mako.
But she had an idea.
Without saying a word Dulga stood up and walked towards the back of the room, right behind Mamoru. It was a window seat. The window was locked but that hardly concerned Dulga as she broke the lock and opened the window wide. She took a long, deep breath, just long enough for everyone, including Mako, to notice what Dulga was doing. Then she turned to Mamoru. "Take care of the others." Dulga then took one hand, picked up Mamoru by the collar, and then threw her out of the window. Dulga didn't take her eyes off Mako the entire time she was doing it, and she started walking towards Tomoe next.
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