Raine: You have the same ability?!
Roselyn: It runs in the family. Though your father’s adaptation was unique.
Roselyn: For me, it requires mana. For your father… and now you, it comes naturally.
Raine: I’d hardly call this “naturally.”
Roselyn: Only because you were never allowed to grow into it!
Roselyn: Your parents stunted your growth - the bastards - but you’re an adult now. You make your own choices. So… you wanna learn or not?
Raine: Y-yes, ma’am! Very much so! Uh… So, w-what do we do first?
Roselyn: Well, we could start by evening you back up. It’ll be hard to train you if you can’t even walk.
Raine: Well… I’ve tried! If I know how, there wouldn’t be a problem! But no matter what I do…
Raine: …It just won’t go back to normal.
Roselyn: I see… well, why not try making the other one wolf too, then?
Raine: O-oh. That… might work. But if I do, then…
Roselyn: You don’t want to lose more of your human self? Or are you afraid you might end up full wolf again?
Roselyn: I understand your feelings, but if you want my help, I must insist. I need to see you transform for myself.
Raine: Ah… o-okay. I guess I can try…
Roselyn: Good. Learning may not be easy… But I promise I will help you be more whole by the end of this.
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