Saber - Benienma
The rice paddle disappeared in a shower of golden light as Benienma straightened, placing her hands on her hips.
"The mere fact she would have said no should have made you reconsider, and yet you didn't dechi," the diminutive enma replied, narrowing her eyes slightly at the fox-tailed schoolgirl. Really... what could have possibly made her think that it was a good idea to not only take such a picture, but then post it on the internet? As far as Benienma knew, something being put on the internet meant anyone could see it from anywhere. That meant Mana's posterior and thighs existed all across the the world at all times now... truly, it was deeply unfair for the girl! And incredibly embarrassing! Simply looking at it had been embarrassing enough!
"While it may be pointless in terms of aiding you in understanding food preparation, I may need to put you through remedial lessons to teach you responsibility dechi," Benienma continued with a nod, as she approached Suzuka with a frown.
Saber - Arturia Pendragon
Happy with the decision that they had came to in regards to tonight's meal, Arturia was quite prepared to return home. Aside from the importance of having a good meal, it was also important to ensure that her Master's home was secure. While there was no threat of an imminent battle in such a situation as this, where Servants were summoned for its own sake rather then fighting in the Holy Grail War, the practice of keeping ones home secure was an important one in the King of Knights' mind.
Besides, the Saber-class Servant was truly quite excited for the fried rice.
As they walked, they passed an expensive jewelry store. Arturia did not spare consideration for such things, as she was unsuited to them as far as she understood. And yet, she happened to glance in the direction of the building...
Through the window, she saw one of the cashiers, a young woman, on the ground. The window was shattered... and from what she could see, anyone else in the shop was sitting on the floor...
And yet there was no-one else currently on the street who had noticed this?
In fact, even her Master would not be able to discern anything was wrong, though. No-one on the street currently, save for Servants with particularly high Magic Resistance, would be able to pierce the veil that had been placed over jewelry store.
To them, it would seem as if it was a perfectly ordinary jewelry store.
Regardless of what was occurring, the blonde knight-girl could not let this stand.
"Master, I cannot allow this to continue!" she declared. In a flash, golden light flowed across the smallish girl's body, replacing the outfit that her Master had purchased for her with her blue and white armored dress, the hazy form of her sword cloaked in Invisible Air.
The pace with which she erupted forward was enough to dislodge cobblestones under her feet, and send a backdraft across the plaza as she leaped through the shattered window. and landed on the carpeted floor, to the surprise of everyone inside
The fact that, to anyone watching, the window did not break and the Saber-class Servant appeared to completely disappear when she entered would immediately indicate that something was wrong.
Yuriko T. Louvyngyr
Yuriko reached out, placing one hand on her Servant's head and ruffling her hair immediately. She'd picked out a set of clothing, certainly... and to be honest it was definitely Yuriko's style. Was Jack trying to emulate her...? That was adorable, but it was more important to make sure that the Assassin didn't go wandering off like that again.
"That's a lovely outfit you picked out, but don't go wandering off again, okay?" she lightly admonished the white-haired little girl. Being too harsh, even now, even though Jack was a Servant, was a bad idea, wasn't it? Yuriko felt certain it had to be, "I was worried."
Hoping that this was enough to instill the point for the child Assassin, the suit-wearing girl patted her on the head one last time before straightening.
Jack had come back, and the girl was asking for her name.
A smile on her face, Yuriko bowed. Perhaps gently taking the girl's hand in her own was abit much, but the excitement of her changing fortunes probably got the better of her.
"Yuriko T. Louvyngyr, at your service. I hope you'll do me the service of returning the favor, Miss...?"
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