Raine: Thank you, Ms Roselyn. Although that was a pretty mean trick.
Roselyn: Desperation can be a good motivator.
Roselyn: And little embarrassment never killed anyone.
Roselyn: But for what it’s worth, if you’d failed… I could have wiped his memory of it.
Red: What?! You’re bluffing!
Roselyn: Then again, it does sometimes damage the mind, and it doesn’t seem like he has much mind to spare.
Roselyn: Anyway, I was serious when I said it’s going to take more than one lesson to master your gift. But you have… potential. How would you feel about me teaching you magic?
Raine: Teach me? Like… as your student? …It’s not going to be as intense as this every time, is it?
Roselyn: No, no. We’d start from the ground up. The basics. Just a few lessons, while you’re staying here.
Raine: I… I’d like that. I’d like that a lot! I’ve always wanted formal magic training, outside of books.
Roselyn: Good. We’ll start tomorrow, then. But for now, go on. Have fun with your friends. I have work to do.
Raine: O-okay! Thank you so much again, Ms Roselyn!
Roselyn: (thoughts) …Potential, indeed.
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