>>32021962>"Yes. And it wouldn't be the first time it's happened either. You see the qualifiers for the position aren't merely based on magical prowess and experience, but rather personality, responsibility and charisma. As Headmistress or Master, you are the face of the entire house and must act accordingly. One may very well be the most gifted mage to ever walk these halls, but if they don't have the personality for it then they won't be selected.">Rarity walks back to the door and holds it open>"You are dismissed. If you need anything please let me or Blossomforth know and we will try to accommodate if possible. And remember that you are granted full time access to this room and may use your gem again whenever you wish too."
"Thank you Head Mistress.">"You're quite welcome, darling.">You all exit back into the lobby and head back to the room>Inside, Trixie was creating a wisp of light with her hands while Wallflower sat at the desk, reading>Trixie's eyes met your own>"So how was it?"
"It was pretty neat. You got me all nervous for nothing.">Trixie giggled>"That's my job. How else will you be a mage if you don't expect the unexpected?"
"The same way I would if you weren't making me scared of things I shouldn't be.">Trixie only giggled again>Coloratura put her hand on your shoulder>"You've had quite a big day. How's this all resonating with you? I imagine for a mortal coming into this magic world is a bit of a culture shock."
"Sorta. It was certainly a lot of information all at once. But us mortals have a lot of stories about things like this. So I'm more excited than nervous.">Coloratura looks confused>"Mortals know about the world of magic?"
"Not really. We just write a lot of fiction about it.">Trixie shrugs and puts out the wisp>"I suppose that isn't too unusual. Before the Magic Silver Age, mortals and magus lived shoulder to shoulder. And we all know how that turned out. I believe the mortals call it the Salem Witch Trials."