“Hmmm….” Humming to herself as the Asuna introduced herself; Alicia could say she was slightly disappointed in the reaction. Well, lack thereof to be accurate. It’d have been more amusing if the Shinki had made a show of being disgraced at being treated in such a way and demanded a duel to show Alicia some lessons. Then again reality rarely matched up with the delusions Alicia dreamed off. Momoko on the other hand did not fail to disappoint. Feeling the Murmeltier’s strong grip yank her prodding hand away from Sora, Alicia gave the Asuna a light shrug before she was pulled away by the angry Shinki.
“Of course that’s not how I greet someone. That’s how I annoy someone in hopes they’ll challenge me, I thought that was fairly apparent.” Alicia gave a shrug and smirk as Momoko paused and stared at her as if unsure Alicia was joking or not. “Oh gods,” she muttered as the Murmeltier got into her lecturing stance, legs spread apart and eyes boring holes into the custom Shinki. Brushing the Murmeltier’s lecture off with a scoff, it was not the first, second nor even the third time Alicia had heard it, she turned to Sora and gave a slight bow. “Apologies to you,” she said before rising from the bow. Seeing as how Momoko was still droning on like a broken record, Alicia ran for the desk’s edge while turning around to the Murmeltier. “Toodles,”she called out before giving the annoyed Shinki a small wave and dropping off the edge towards the ground.
Landing on the ground with a small thump and roll, Alicia turned to catch an indigent looking Murmeltier glaring at her from the table top. Thankfully Momoko was either too annoyed or too tired to bother with her and the Shinki gave her one last glare before turning her attentions elsewhere. Free from the attention, Alicia sighed as she looked around the room. A bit dark now that the clouds had come in and the rain had begun to fall, Alicia nevertheless had little trouble making out objects scattered throughout the room. Pausing in her observations, a realization dawned upon the lazy Shinki. The floor was fine too! Satisfied with such a realization, Alicia was about to lie down and stare at the ceiling where she was, but a brief moment of thought told her she’d be just as likely be either ignored, seen and ignored or stepped upon if she just lay out in the open. And so Alicia was faced with the task of finding a relatively safe area to laze about, as easy and trivial the task seemed.