"Enjoy your day, girl." Astrid said as Otille left. She turned to the Headmistress now that it was just the two of them. "Greetings, Livia Fiore, Headmistress of the Academy of Sappho. My name is Astrid Dokkalfar. I am an accomplished mage of the Dark Elves in the north. I've come here to give you the honor of being my teacher. I've heard word of you being one of... If not the most accomplished... Human mage. Would you not be interested in teaching the most accomplished pupil of the Dark Elves?" The girl seemed quite confident.
Kozue's eyes widened a bit as Chione flopped into the branch and then fell to the ground. She blinked a few times but then jumped down next to the priestess and picked her up, princess style. "The lake isn't far. We can just head back there. Don't over exert yourself. It's an easy way to make your body disagree with you. Just take it easy and build up your muscle.
The two had a fairly quick walk to the classroom and Selvina was there, just as asked. "Ahh, Selvina. Good, you've already arrived. I have my first task for you, did you know? A fun one with a cute little objective." The Puppeteer said as she patted Meowka's head. Students can be very disruptive and I want to see what social skills you possess. You are to teach my familiar the alphabet and how to read. The more languages the better." The teacher said, before moving behind her desk to make sure her plans for the day was correct.
Lunalel and Solana Lightsword
"Yay! Do you want to do that Arachne? That'll be fun right? We can talk and do other things." She really wanted to nuzzle her cheek to the spider, but that seemed a bad idea with the spider's size. Instead, she put the spider on her head as a show of trust. "I'm ready for the move." She exclaimed excitedly.
Luna had a small look of concern in her face, but that quickly disappeared as she looked back to Sorcha and giggled a bit. Sol seemed pretty excited about that. "Well, I'd love to sit here longer, but it's soon time for class. I need to prepare and go." Luna said as she stretched before going to get ready really quickly.