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Caprice strolled out of the shadows cast by flickering neon and dying embers in the wake of the city's destruction to look upon the situation. She looked none the worse for wear. "Hmm, the monster has been slain and now gold rains from the heaven. My my, not very out of place in a game." Caprice smiles, creating in her hand a candy cane frame of an open umbrella, taffy stretched between its ribs. Gold coins bounced off of it, seemingly holding no allure to Caprice.

"Was that President the one who made the rules? Or was he simply another piece? The Headmistress seemed to hold no potential, simply a boss monster to be defeated for prizes. Poor thing couldn't even manage to fight the one she hated so." Her eyes scanned back and forth fruitlessly to find the Student Council President, who had already vanished.

"Well, perhaps the game's next level will hold some clues." Caprice shrugged as the glow encompassed her, and she left this floor of the tower.
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Caprice's eyes watched the path of the incoming attack, but no other movement graced her body, save that to simply swallow her popcorn and clear her mouth.

The blow sent Caprice's teetering tower backwards and the bucket of popcorn skyward. Yet, as the chair and ruble toppled, somehow Caprice turned it into a backflip, each foot landing precisely on a summoned pole of candy cane of around the side of a bamboo shoot. The popcorn bucket came down first, and Caprice's hand reached skyward to catch it. She twirled once with it in hand to let the arc of flying popcorn land back home safe and sound, extra candy canes rising and falling as needed for her precise footwork.

"Mmm... Reasonable?" Caprice tossed a single popcorn into her mouth, ruminating on both the flavor and the word simultaneously. "I suppose my words must have been as harsh as violence to you." Caprice came to her conclusion with a half-hearted wave the hand.

"Very well, let us see whether you find satisfaction in defeating me. If I spend too much time on the sidelines all this might go to my thighs." Caprice's "this" seemed to be the popcorn, which she held forth now at Kanbaru as if it were some sort of weapon.

As demons and dragons made their power known, and gunships unleashed their volleys, Caprice was rather taken by a different scene, leaning forward in interest at Kanbaru, even as an enormous flaming fist passed too close for most sane folk's comfort. "Really? You're not a delinquent? When I saw you vandalizing school property, I thought you were pulling one of those 'pretend to go along with the bad guy then backstab them' things." Caprice then chewed a few popcorns herself, swallowing before continuing.

"Did you really think he'd look kindly on you destroying his property? That he'd buy into the wordplay gag that the biggest crime for crime night would be to destroy his things? Or, well, I suppose he still could, maybe he's excited to have another round with the Headmistress." Caprice looked at Kanbaru with incredulity at first, but then shrugged.

"Perhaps he calls you a delinquent because you're not fighting the final boss. Go on, I'm sure you can still be a good bad girl for him by fighting the Headmistress. Maybe if you steal her away from the big demon and put her down for her bedtime you'll get extra credit." Caprice now reclined backwards, tossing her popcorn one at a time into her mouth with a large showy arc.

"My my, this has become quite a bit more exciting than one's average act of schoolyard vandalism. Well done." Caprice tipped her mask to Kanbaru, somehow managing to maintain her upper body's poise and composure, as her lower body pranced atop Kanbaru's sphere of ice, riding it like it was some sort of circus act to amuse children. As they came clear of immediate danger, Caprice hopped off.

"Hello." Caprice had a rather terse, uninterested reply to the Student Council President, waving a hand half-heartedly while not meeting his eyes. Her gaze and interest was focused instead on the Headmistress. She had no intention of fighting the Headmistress' battle for her, if judging by Caprice's lackadaisical pose. Despite the chaos around her, she had nabbed herself an armchair from the ruined buildings, set it atop a jumbled pile of smashed timbers to get a good view, and was calmly perched upon it watching the scene.

"Well, I'd say 'I hope this show is worth all the effort', but I think Kanbaru did all the actual work. Popcorn?" Caprice offered the nearby Kanbaru Ice Sphere her jumbo sized movie popcorn, sizzling with butter. "I'm not sure it counts as therapy for whatever invisible nun-related trauma you've suffered, but I'm afraid it's all I have to offer at the moment.."
@The Goblin King@OwO Well, now that KoL has left, maybe if King could finish up their character, we could slot in their character is if it was Erika all along, a little retconning?
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Well, I believe that's everyone?

Caprice's eyes sparkled a bit at the mention of Goetia, visible even behind her mask. She whipped forth her phone, "Goetia." Caprice whispered into it, scanning the results with a smile. "I knew it sounded a little familiar. Something of the Solomonic tradition perhaps?" She spoke to herself, as was her habit, though perhaps Kanbaru would be interested.

"Nothing would make me happier. Do not worry, I shall keep up. I feel I'll learn a lot more about you by watching you try to change your fate than bandying idle words." Caprice tucked the phone away as the woman spoke of offering shoulders and keeping pace.

Caprice had no need to consider the wisdom of following, as her mind had already been made up as soon as she had seen the headmistress' desire for revenge. She snatched the card from the air, not waiting for it to come to her, as she dashed in the wake of the Headmistress. Candy cane formed up beneath her feet with each leaping bound to provide the perfect platform and launch herself up. "Best of luck in your search for treasure." Caprice paused for a moment at the exit the Headmistress had torn, to yell back down at Kanbaru, before turning again to chase after the Headmistress.


Caprice gently turned to her side, to let both Kanbaru pass without hitting her, and to allow their new friend passage out if they so wished. "Why thank you!" Caprice smiled and paused as she was complimented by the unusual figure. Not that she was one to judge for strange garb and companions. "You've got quite the fashion sense yourself. Truly a bombastic taste for accessories." She nodded to the hulking demon.

"I believe my eager companion who freed you wished for plunder, but I myself was simply seeking to see what kind of person the 'Student Council President' would see fit to imprison." Caprice adjusted her mask slightly, before then also checking a cuff.

"It is a pleasure to meet you. If I may follow and observe your disbanding of the student council, I will be more than content. That said, I will not prevent your egress one way or the other. Though I have been warned of screaming invisible nuns who might attempt such." Caprice took a bow, even as she still stood on the stairs. "My companion has also warned me of my tendency to useless verbosity, so if you would prefer my silence, you need only ask."
@Quasi Well, I'm still here.
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