Raine: You’re talking about my father, aren’t you? I’m… so sorry for what he did–
Roselyn: Don’t be. Just try to be more cautious. Everyone has an agenda.
Raine: That’s a little… pessimistic.
Raine: Well… the collar’s on now. So, how does it help me?
Roselyn: Hm… Hold out your left arm, please, until I say stop.
Roselyn: Do you feel the magic influencing you?
Raine: Yeah! It’s like my arm has a mind of it’s own. Freaky!
Roselyn: Your problem is you never naturally learned to shift as a child. Straining aimlessly trying to change back won’t do anything if you don’t even know what to feel for. Instead, I want you to try and resist the collar. Use its magic to help you focus your effort.
Roselyn: Go ahead.
Raine: Just… lower my arm? Easy enough…
Raine: Nrgh… I said…
Raine: Easy… enough… Rgh!!
Raine: Heugh… Thank you.
Roselyn: Not easy, is it?
Roselyn: My hope was that by practicing to actively control it, this exercise would help you develop a better feel for your wolf form. But if you can’t resist even a little, I do think this is a bit too much for you.
Raine: No! I want to keep trying! Having something to focus on… I think it does help!
Roselyn: …You sure? You know it won’t simply be holding out your hand. It’s only going to get more difficult.
Raine: Whatever it takes, I’m ready! I can do this!
Raine: I will gain control over myself! Both forms!
Roselyn: (Thoughts) Well, she’s determined, I’ll give her that. I wonder how long until she regrets this.
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