It was a little intimidating, being in the city for the first time. After all, up until she set off on her shaman journey, the only thing Sister Mary could remember was the convent. But even if it was
a little scary, she couldn't deny how exciting it all was. Here she was, going out into the big wide world for the first time, setting off on her grand adventure to become Shaman King! Oh, it was all so-
The devilish spirit standing to the left of her faked a yawn. "I thought the city would be more interesting, Mary, but it's so... So... Boooriiing!
Blah, knew this whole thing was a stupid idea."
"Of course an uncultured bore such as yourself would find it boring, Lilith," the angelic spirit on the young nun's right side responded. "You could never understand the subtle ambience that is civilization, after all." The angel stuck up her nose smugly and adjusted her halo with one hand. "Besides, going here was Mary's choice. Do you think she made the wrong choice in coming here? Are you questioning her judgement?"
"Well... N-no, but..." Lilith's lip quivered in fear as the angel gave her a stern look. "Maaary! Eva's being mean again!"
Sister Mary merely gave the spirits a bemused look, before breaking into a fit of giggles. "Ahahah, you're both so silly." With a smile, she took both of their hands, and continued on down the street. "But no more arguing, okay? I want you two to get along from now on. Even with the grace of God on our side, there's no way we can win this tournament thing if you're always fighting each other."
Reluctantly, the angel and the demon agreed, and headed off with the nun down the street. Hopefully they'd find the cemetary sometime soon, although seeing the Sister's sense of direction... But no, if she was right it was just around the corner.
...She wasn't right. Rather than the cemetary, she instead found herself running headfirst into a young asian woman, and in her confusion not only managed to not realise the girl was also being accompanied by a spirit, but ended up sprawled on the ground on top of her.
"Waaah! Sorry, sorry, um..." It didn't look like the girl understood English. "Um... You're... Chinese, right? Um..." Thankfully, Mary had read a few books on Chinese in the convent. She wasn't exactly perfect
at the language, but it was better than nothing. "Um... Knee how, mes enfants! Schezuan hoi sin sushi sauerkraut?"
...Hopefully the girl would understand her apology. Hopefully.
"...Aw man, she's got shorts on under her skirt!" moaned Lilith, trying to get a peak. "And I wanted to see her undies, to-OW!"
"Thou shalt not pry upon the panties of a young maiden," said Eva through clenched teeth as she massaged her knuckles. "Underpants are the soul of a girl. You shouldn't peak at someone else's soul."