From Me to My Sisters

Fou: Fooou!

Mash: Yes, Fou. We've been here–

Euryale: Hehehehe♪ Yes, I see. So this is the place!

Euryale: It's kind of strange, this feeling I have. But, part of me seems to be accepting it.

Euryale: Yes, I see! In this place, something like this could happen.

Euryale: This is where "I" was. Hehe♪

Fujimaru 1: Yes, my Goddess.

Fujimaru 2: ...

Dr. Roman: That's right. "The Shaped Isle," I think she called it. We stopped by during our search for the Second Singularity.

Dr. Roman: She–no, I mean "you," or maybe it's better to say "all of you?"

Dr. Roman: Either way, the landscape seems to differ from the island you and the rest of the Gorgon Sisters, used to live on.

Euryale: Yes, it's very different. This is nothing like it.

Euryale: But they do have the sea in common. Yes, "I" was at the sea, was "I" not?

Fujimaru 1: Yes, my Goddess.

Fujimaru 2: ...

Mash: ...Senpai?

Fou: Fou?

Euryale: Hmm? What is it? Oh, right. You have my thanks, Fujimaru.

Euryale: Bringing me to the place where "I" was has made me very happy. I mean it.

Euryale: So I'll give you a reward. You see the cave entrance by those rocks–?

Fou: Fou, fou...

Mash: That's the cave Stheno told us to go into. Dangerous monsters lived, no, were placed there.

Dr. Roman: The Second Singularity, 1st century Rome, is already repairing itself, but it might still be dangerous.

Dr. Roman: That phantasmal might still be there. It's better to stay away.

Euryale: Hmm? What is it? I can't hear you.

Dr. Roman: Huh?

Euryale: I'm curious to see what kind of trial "I" gave you.

Euryale: So... Please, Fujimaru♪

Mash: Um, that's–

Fujimaru 1: Yes, my Goddess.

Fujimaru 2: ...

Mash: S-Senpai? What's gotten into you? You're acting strange.

Fou: Fou, fooooou...

Dr. Roman: From the look of it, she's using some kind of Divine Authority?

Mash: But if she's using something of that nature, I think I'd be able to detect the magical energy...

Euryale: You're silly, Mash. I am a goddess. A goddess who was born only to be loved.

Euryale: Even as a Heroic Spirit and a Servant, my divine core does not change.

Euryale: So...hehe! It's natural for Fujimaru to fall in love with me.

Mash: ...

Euryale: What is it? You look like you want to say something.

Mash: N-No... I don't...

Euryale: Oh, really? Are you sure about that? I see. I see. Hehe.

Euryale: You're cute, for a human, Mash Kyrielight.

Fujimaru 1: Yes, my Goddess.

Mash: S-Senpai!?

Fujimaru 2: ...

Mash: ...Senpai?

Fou: Fooouuuuuuuuuuuu...

Dr. Roman: Oh, jeez... I guess you're going into those caves. There isn't any treasure in there, though.


Mash: I sensed magical energy the instant we entered! Senpai!

Dr. Roman: What did I tell you? There's still a phantasmal here. Is it a chimera? I bet it's a chimera. Those things are strong!

Euryale: Oh my! What an ugly, fierce, miserable beast! It's not fair! I didn't know there was all this fun here!

Euryale: Where did "I" find such a monster, I wonder? I want one too!

Dr. Roman: It's going to eat us before you can keep it as a pet! Here it comes!

Mash: Senpai, your orders!

Fujimaru 1: Yes, my Goddess.

Mash: S-Senpai! Jeez!

Fujimaru 2: ...

Mash: Senpai!

Dr. Roman: It's definitely some kind of charm! Completely under her spell!

Dr. Roman: Fou, bite Fujimaru! Then we can fight!

Fou: Fo–uuuu!

Mash: Did you come to your senses now? It's time for battle! Give me your orders!


Euryale: Whew, that was fun. I'm not supposed to be this strong, you know.

Dr. Roman: Did assigning her an accurate Servant class make her stronger?

Dr. Roman: Either way, yeah. Good work–

Dr. Roman: No, wait. There's more! This time there's lots! Lots more!

Fujimaru 1: Mash, continue combat!

Mash: R-Right, Master!


Euryale: There was some weird snake, too, huh? I already have plenty of snakes.

Mash: You do?

Euryale: Oh—Ahem. No, nothing, Mash. Anyway, this cave is tiny. Are we at a dead end already?

Dr. Roman: Well, if this was a real labyrinth I would've opposed coming in here. Goddess, I'm glad your sister went easy on us during that trial...

Euryale: I see.

Euryale: ...Here it is. So this is what "I" was doing.

Fou: Fou?

Mash: What's wrong?

Euryale: ...Nothing. I've seen what I came to see. Let's go.

Mash: ???

Fou: Fou?

Dr. Roman: Huh? What? Was something there?

Fujimaru 1: What did you see?

Fujimaru 2: Were you looking at something?

Euryale: It's nothing– Oh, jeez. Now even Fujimaru wants to know...

Euryale: Don't worry about it. I just found something I expected to find.

Euryale: A message that "I" left for me. Or maybe a message that "I" left for her.

Euryale: It's nothing. Really.

Euryale: If by some chance, or miracle, she and I were to manifest in the same era...

Euryale: That's impossible of course, but if it was possible... And then we never saw each other...

Euryale: This was a short message from "me," just in case that ever happened.

Euryale: She told "me" to never change. And for "you" to never change either.

Euryale: ...Wait, why are you making me say this? You're a cheeky human, Fujimaru!

Fujimaru 1: I'm sorry, my Goddess.

Fujimaru 2: Sorry for overstepping myself, Goddess.

Mash: Senpai, again!?

Fou: Fooou!

Dr. Roman: Some resistance to her charm should be present, but her spell is truly irresistable. That's what makes that Goddess so amazing.

Euryale: Of course. I'm a Goddess, beloved by all.

Euryale: All you have to do is love me. Just adore me from afar.

Euryale: Don't even think about peeking at me or inside of me. Otherwise–"a beautiful snake" will bite you!