The Swiftest Shot In The West
Location: Dorm Room
Interactions: Neo Alice Neo Alice Spoiled Bread (open to interaction)
Notable Events: Entered her dorm room and began making tea
Notable Physical Features: Hara's eyes are tainted orange and her hair is stained with streaks and tips of the same yellow/orange hue. She is also very tall at 5'11
Hara listened carefully to the professor's explanation, her gaze following the woman's hands and fingers as they delicately inspected the slumbering dragon. All things considered, Hara found it rather impressive that from just a single touch the teacher was able to discover so many things about the current situation. Both now and when she had originally petrified her seed, the professor had diagnosed and advised on the issue with ease, such skill was awe-inspiring and it felt Hara with confidence. If the other teachers were as proficient as this one then perhaps she had nothing to fear, perhaps she'd even receive a better education than originally intended for her at home. Remarkable!
Moving a hand to her new familiar Hara delicately felt along its body as the professor had done so before her. So the creature saw her as a mother, how interesting. Perhaps it was akin to a chick in how it imprints upon the first thing it sees, though in saying that surely her drake was not the only summoned creature to have such a trait. Indeed the potato and walking mouth plant too seemed to be rather close to their partners. Regardless Hara found this news to be rather comforting for some reason, uncertain as to why exactly she just chalked it up to maternal instinct and pushed it aside. Instead turning her attention to the potato's owner who had offered forward a trade deal much to the teacher's disapproval.
Once the teacher had departed Hara spoke up with a soft and gentle smile aimed toward the girl who had called out to her "I'm terribly sorry but I cannot accept your deal nor even entertain the idea. This creature, it would seem, is entirely dependent on my care and to pass it on to someone else could prove quite fatal. That's not to mention the fact it seems intent on remaining locked to my wrist by its own accord." Laughing softly Hara crouched down and extended her finger toward the sentient potato, petting it softly with her index finger before offering it to a soft smile "Though I must say, even if the professor was a bit harsh, you can take solace in the fact that bringing a potato to life is something I would have thought impossible by modern scientific standards up until just a few minutes ago. In fact, such an act is probably considered impossible by the vast majority of the population no? So while yes you may have summed up something a small percentage of the world finds somewhat comedic and embarrassing you also just performed a miracle the majority of which would never even imagine possible. Besides, he has a certain charm about him no?"
Rubbing the potato's 'cheek' Hara soon returned to her feet and offered her hand forward to shake "To quote my father 'There is no glory in practice but without it, one shall never know the other'. You may feel as though this is an embarrassing or lacklustre first attempt but with practice, knowledge and understanding, you're sure to achieve far greater results no? A pleasure to meet you regardless. My name is lómhara Cloch but you can call me Hara if that's too hard for you to remember. I do hope we can get along".
After shaking hands and exchanging names with the girl Hara made her way up to the deck and readied herself for departure. She listened intently to each and every word the threesome of teachers had to offer and before entering the dorm she made sure to offer her thanks and respects to the three, bowing to the headmistress as she departed. Once inside the house, Hara wasted no time finding her room. The final Dorm was to be shared by herself and another but having arrived first Hara was greeted with a rather majestic spectacle. Indeed after opening the door she bore witness to a most mystifying scene, the entire left-hand side of the dorm shifting and twisting to perfectly fit her taste and ideals. Indeed even though there was only one window her side of the room sported facades with lightboxes to perfectly encapsulate her love for natural light. Though, unnatural in this case it did give off a very effective facade. Her entire room was ornate and delicately crafted and even her bed sported the finest of silks. It was spectacular.
Moving into the room Hara, after a brief inspection of the room, went about storing away the belongings she had been allowed to bring. Her clothes, books, and personal belonging were all quickly and neatly sorted away and when she was finished she knelt at the replica tea table and set and began to brew herself a cup with great care and grace, a smile plastered firmly in place as she was clearly enjoying the scenery and opportunity.