Raifort: Say, Magus Cerise . . . I heard you recognize magical girls by their costumes?
Laurel: That’s right. There’s a part of the brain that’s dedicated to recognizing faces, and mine . . . doesn’t.
Raifort: Can I ask how you manage when a magical gets an upgrade? I don’t mean when they pass a test and get reclassified — I mean when they get a sudden power boost and the outfit changes.
Laurel: I assume the same way you re-learn to recognize a person if their face changes. If they get a scar, or break their nose, or gain weight.
. . . I do actually perceive scars on faces. If you’re worried, I could give you one.
Raifort: No, no, I take your point.