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Thugkura

"Jeanne, I'm so glad I found someone else sane in this city." Then she whipped around, grabbing a parked car before hurtling the mass of metal at the front door of the bank with a thunderous crash as it made an opening.

"C'mon, I wanna see if we can beat my old record!" Then she dashed in.
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Thugkura

So the two went off a bit, taking their sweet time until it was nice and dark. The bank was long closed by this point, Sakura didn't see a point in making it real loud. "So, Jeanne, you wanna do this quiet or loud?" She had conjured her bat again.

Jealter

"I mean, just stealing stuff would be boring, right?" Jeanne answered with a smile. "We might as well have some fun~"
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Thugkura

So the two went off a bit, taking their sweet time until it was nice and dark. The bank was long closed by this point, Sakura didn't see a point in making it real loud. "So, Jeanne, you wanna do this quiet or loud?" She had conjured her bat again.
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Thugkura

Right. She definitely understood that. "Well, it doesn't really matter. She's a pile of ashes somewhere and you're here. Nobody's gonna mouth off about who's real or fake when they're getting their feet burned off."

Jealter

"Feh, quite. I can't say you're wrong there." Jeanne smiled at her honestly. It was a rare smile without any of her hate malice or disgust marring her face, and one could actually call her pretty without it. It lasted for but a fleeting moment before her face returned to its default angry state. "Let's get going then." Jeanne took a final look at the fire. It raged angrily without her help anymore.
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Thugkura

Right. She definitely understood that. "Well, it doesn't really matter. She's a pile of ashes somewhere and you're here. Nobody's gonna mouth off about who's real or fake when they're getting their feet burned off."
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Thugkura

Huuuuh. She was sure she had heard that name somewhere before. Thugkura took just a moment to try to remember before her eyes blinked with recognition. "Wow, you're a lot more metal than history gave you credit for."

Jealter

"Hah, I'm flattered, but Jeanne is just as boring and pathetic as history says she is." Jeanne Alter put special emphasis on Jeanne. "I'm not really her, just an ephemeral dream." She sounded disgusted by this fact. She wanted to be real. It wasn't right that that dumb bitch was the real one.
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Thugkura

Huuuuh. She was sure she had heard that name somewhere before. Thugkura took just a moment to try to remember before her eyes blinked with recognition. "Wow, you're a lot more metal than history gave you credit for."
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Thugkura

Nice and toasty. Good shit. She tossed one arm around the other girl's shoulder and smiled blissfully. "Now that, that's the start of a great relationship, Avenger. You and me, we're gonna do great things. Make a ton of money, break a ton of shit, and be the worst little despots the world has ever seen."

Then she started to walk with the other girl in tow, some liveliness in her step. "It's gonna be fun!"

Jealter

Jeanne smiled, and slung her arm over her master's shoulder in kind. She liked this girl. She knew what was good and fun. "It's Jeanne. Jeanne D'Arc Alter." She simply told her her full name, happy to have made such a good friend so quickly. People didn't usually understand or accept her inclinations, and called her evil, witch, all sorts of names. It was refreshing for none of that to happen.
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Thugkura

Nice and toasty. Good shit. She tossed one arm around the other girl's shoulder and smiled blissfully. "Now that, that's the start of a great relationship, Avenger. You and me, we're gonna do great things. Make a ton of money, break a ton of shit, and be the worst little despots the world has ever seen."

Then she started to walk with the other girl in tow, some liveliness in her step. "It's gonna be fun!"
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Olga

"Thanks. I should have thought of that." Olga sincerely thanked her servant. It was weird having something as fast and strong as Saber under her nominal command. She legitimately hadn't thought of just going out to buy stuff.

As for his second request, Olga nodded with the air of a hospitable noble, befitting of her rank. She definitely didn't look excited at the prospect of repaying her debt. "Yes, of course you may stay here, we have plenty of rooms. A dumpster doesn't befit someone of your stature." It almost made her sick, that this is how mages were treated in this world. Consigned to live in dumpsters, this would need to be changed. It couldn't be allowed.
Trivek

Oh. Well that was awfully nice of her to say. "I ah, thank you for your hospitality then. It's very nice of you."
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