He made a face as they walked, not sure if she was going to beat him or not. Fortunately his automail wasn’t damaged from what he saw of it. He just really hoped she wasn’t going to beat him up for the scratches she was going to probably see on his arm, not so much on his leg.
“I did check it, it was fine from what I saw,” he said, a little nervous. “Though it would be better for you to look since I can’t always pick up everything that is wrong.” Edward said, a little more relaxed. His real hope was that she was going to have to extend the length of his automail rather than fix up some scratches from his fighting.
“Clubs? Um, I don’t know a whole lot of clubs. There are a ton of after school things. I’m part of a few, Science Club, Astronomy Club, Book Club, Tutoring, Martial Arts…there’s a lot the school offers.” He wondered if maybe she was in the Mechanics class, that would be nice to see.
“I’ll take a look at it once I’m all settled, alright? I wonder if I…” Winry shrugged her shoulder bag off and opened it up. She looked through it for a second before nodding to herself and closing it again. “Yep, got my tools in here and some more in my suitcase. Though I wonder if there any shops around. I can’t wait to see what kind of machines they have here!”
Her bag swung, hitting against her legs rhythmically. She fell silent for a while, going over her class schedule in her head. Then her mind wandered back to Rush Valley. She wondered how Garfiel would fare with all her customers. She’d call as soon as she could.
“You know, I’d kind of like to join a club. Maybe even a sport. Something to keep me occupied and distracted. Tutoring sounds like something I could do.”