The familar showcase is an event where mages show off there new familiars to a crowd of peers and nobles. The mage and familiar must come up with with and perform an act that *ahem* showcases their bond and trust of each other.
She's more like this world's version of Japanese...I said that she was Japanese because I'm not sure what to call it. xD Dude, if you haven't noticed, she's kind of Japanese. What should I say then? What IS this world's Japanese?
...If you haven't made one up, YOU RACIST, RACIST PERSON.
Yeah, I know it's after the familiar thing, but that's just randomly came up. XD
You just ruined my dream, man. ;~; My dream is to have an entire page of me and someone else posting in an RP. BUT YOU'VE RUINED IT.
Nah, man, it's cool. I really don't care. XD Just joking with you.
Also, dude, if Miharu is in his class, this is what her reaction would be:
Miharu walked into defensive tactics class, pausing slightly when she saw Emil at the front of the class. She groaned.
"Not this again!" she exclaimed. "I swear, if Kenna-san is in this class and Josh-san comes with and you two start arguing again, jokingly arguing or not, I am going to kick your arse."
And then this is what I imagine Emil's reaction will be:
"Duly noted," Emil stated, amused. "Detention."
Miharu rolled her eyes. "I am going to go against all aspects of my personality here and be a trouble student for you. I am going to take your detention and shove it up your arse."
"Don't make me send you to the headmaster."
"What I am really surprised about is if teachers send students to go to the Headmaster's office alone, how are they going to know for sure if they are going to go straight there?" Miharu questioned aloud logically. "I mean, sure the teacher can go to the Headmaster afterward and ask the Headmaster if the student made it, but, what is going to happen then? A letter to home?"
"Perhaps," Emil stated.
"That will be slightly hard to do," Miharu muttered, quietly enough so no one would hear her. "Yes," she said louder. "Because that will really make a difference. I am so glad we had this talk, Emil."
"That's Professor Emil to you."
"I do not call my Professors "Professor" anyways, so why would you be any different?" questioned Miharu.
"Then what do you call them?"
"Sensei, obviously," Miharu stated. "Can you seriously not tell by my name that I am Japanese? I am kind of quad-lingual here. Wait, do I know four languages or five? I really should keep count."
"It is a sad day when a person does not know how many languages they speak," Emil stated sadly, shaking his head.
"And, what, you speak just English?" Miharu stated. "As a former noble, you should possibly know at least one more language."
"I can speak Latin," Emil offered.
"I would hope so," Miharu said. "Otherwise, teaching would be kind of hard. You do have to understand what you are speaking if you want to teach spells."
"This is defensive tactics," Emil stated.
"Really, I had no idea," Miharu deadpanned. "That is totally not what I signed up for."
"If that's true, then perhaps you should go to your actual class," Emil stated, completely missing the sarcasm.
"It is not," Miharu assured Emil. "That statement above was just sarcasm."
Miharu sat down in a seat near the door in case for a quick exit. While the two of them were arguing, the rest of the class came inside, already sat down, and took out all of their materials. Currently, they were watching the "tennis match" between Miharu and Emil and was wondering how in the world did the two know each other.
Emil finally noticed that the entire class was in and cleared his throat. There went his cool and dangerous factor that he was going to try out for...
And then he will start to teach. I have NO idea where that came from. At all. I just posted on your profile. What!