The next day I rose out of bed completely unaware of the events that happened last night. I even forgot about my own problems as I washed and redressed in my usual clothes that I arrived in. It was best to have something that I'm used to so I wouldn't forget my world. Like that would ever happen, once I left the bathroom reality came crashing down around me as soon as I saw Sol who was stretching on my bed. Realizing that everything was not a dream and I was still in this stupid as world with a talking cat was a huge eye opener. "Good that you're awake, today we will head out and meet up with my friend. Learning to use your new abilities a must. There seems to be a disturbance in the air since last night." Sol says jumping down from my bed and once again heading for my door.
"Where are you going?" I asked running over to try and stop her. "Isn't it obvious I'm finding a way out so we can catch a ride to town." Sol answers as she managed to slip out of my door and down the hall. I ran after her trying my best not to look suspicious while doing so, "hey! You, Girl! Where are you going?" Morez has spotted me as he was coming down the hall. "I'm heading to town for fresh air!" I yell back. We got to the front of the palace where two guards guarded the entrance, I slipped past them with no problem out the front. I stopped to catch my breath, "already? Looks like you need some endurance. I mean your shape is... rather unique." Sol says as they managed to catch a carriage.
"I'm considered the cute fluffy type. I refuse to degrade myself for others satisfactions." I say. "Whatever you say. Luckily there's a way around it. I'll just have to show you a bit of flight magic." She says. Now she was speaking my language, I wouldn't mind learning how to fly. From the knight's arena Duke Amane was able to see the girl get on the carriage, "...."
The carriage leaves Jiranx kingdom to it's city that was beyond it's walls. "This will be my first time leaving the palace, I guess it's not as bad as I expected." I say as I looked about at all the happy faces. It looks like the King that I met earlier was actually a pretty good king. Even if he and that judgemental bastard wrote me off immediately as a Saintess after seeing my body count. Damn Bastards. The thought of it brought up bad memories that I had to shake my head to get rid of them. "Come on, there's no time to waste." Sol says as the carriage stops in a dark alley and we stepped down from the carriage. The place looked a bit creepy but I followed her down the narrow alley until we reached a red door at the end.
"This is the place, knock." Sol says glancing back at me. I look down at her as if she had lost her mind, "Go on." She edged more as I raise my hand to do so. I tapped on the door and waited for someone to open it, suddenly a small rectangular hatch was opened revealing scary green eyes. "What's the password?" He asked. "Pick me up and show me to him." Sol says. I did as told, the man laid eyes on her and instantly closed the hatch. The sound of bolts unlocking could be heard throughout the entire alley, "come in." He says rushing us inside. "The boss is in the back." He points as he glanced over at Sol his expression showed a bit of recognition.
I'm not sure what's going on, but it's clear that I was entering Sol's world.