Lunalel Lightsword and Katherine Lindall
Luna giggled a bit. She doubted that her Wyrm would have taught much. Maybe how to be distracted, but that was besides the point. "Yes, yes. Good job." She said, patting Avaline's head. "I hate to ask, but, Sorcha." The Knightess said, as she turned to the dragon. "Can you take Avaline home for me? I have something planned and I need to go by myself." It looked as if it were a troublesome task she was about to go one, though she seemed adamant she went alone. "I shouldn't be more than an hour, maybe two."
Katherine held the fox in one arm and patted Meowka. "You're fine for tonight, Meowka. Just relax and do whatever you do. I will be giving my entire focus on the task at hand though, so I won't be able to communicate through the dolls." The Dollmaster said, giving a small sigh. "Here's a bit of money, so you can buy some food for later. I'm not sure how long this will take, but it's going to be rather... Interesting." She reached into a pocket and gave the cat more than enough coins for whatever she wanted for the night.
With Meowka handled for now, she turned to her apprentice. "Now, you just thought she had a ravenous hunger? Never wondered why though? Her soul is in quite the mess you know? It's like it's a rope that's all tangled up. A mess that was locked and cursed. You know, all those times she said she was a Shellagh Queen? She was. Like, a queen-queen. A ruler and all that." The woman giggled a little bit. "After we're done, all the things they did to her are going to flood back. It's necessary for her, but ultimately also a horrible experience." Holding the fox again with both hands, Katherine didn't sound upset at all. Oh well, let us go Apprentice."[/color]
Eith the Shellagh
"Yes, let us go." Eith said, following Miren. She wanted this to be done with. She'd probably be able to be more funny. Be more friendly. Perhaps she communicate better. That would be wonderful! Well, probably. This wouldn't change her personality too much, right? They said her soul was tied up, right? She followed behind Miren, trying to think but failing for the most part.
"I'd rather not mess with the headmistress too much if I can help it." Kozue admitted, wondering about that woman a bit. "I feel something weird from her." The Shrine Maiden added, not liking that as much. "But a 'Phoenix' you say? I've never heard of such a thing. But it can heal anything? The tears, at least? I don't see how I'd manage to get one of those tears." How did one get tears outside of pain or sadness? The only thing she could plausibly do was inflict pain until she teared, but that would be horrible. She wasn't a thespian or anything of that sort, so she couldn't tell a sad story. "That doesn't seem a possible solution."