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Seras blinked at his sudden change, from acting welcoming to instantly inspecting her. The mare would just stand there, stopping her pace entirely to allow him to inspect her. His ability to already tell how she was a fruit bat pony was intriguing to find out. This man must be worth the pay they may be giving him. This all was quite strange already. Seras felt like she was explaining herself all over again in a new world. Actually that was exactly what she was doing. She almost forgot what it was like to be noted for her looks since she's been in the mansion and the Orion all this time. It almost felt like her first day up in the space station, judging by the scenery of this place and how official, yet down-to-earth the professor seemed to be.
"Well, batponies are almost completely separated from the other races you've seen, including Orion. We've developed our own form of society and culture away from them in caves. And yes, there are vampire bats, but they aren't as many of them as you would see one like me. We do stay connected to the Equestria, the land we come from, usually either from trade, or political and military needs. We're nocturnal, prefer fruit- as you've already noticed," she said with a chuckle, "and usually build our societies in caves. Recently, however, there have been developed cities in thick forests."
As they continued down the hall, Seras took notice of the quiet man dealing with their equipment. Her question of him was answered by Umbra, as he leaned down to whisper in her ear. She nodded her head after listening, continuing to go down with everyone.
Once they entered the room where he planned to ask them more questions in, Seras watched him hold 'the question ball' which turned out to be nothing more than a foam ball. The idea he put out for it seemed to be rather random for this to be the system they're going to use, but if it gets things done, then maybe it would be worth trying. Seras wasn't really for this, bu