"Well, Berserker, unlike your Master here, I'm actually competent at magic." Xander shot Hailey a glare of irritation at her comment, but the girl's tone was casual, almost playful, rather than sarcastic. Hailey kept a content grin as she countered Berserker's retort. "Besides, Xander's got the Command Spell, so he won't let you--" She stopped as he interrupted with something that sounded like a threat and suddenly used a hole in the roof to jump outside. Xander and Hailey stood there for a few seconds, before the girl looked sharply at the Master and nudged him toward a broken section of wall. "Why are you just standing here? You can't let a Servant like Berserker just run around unattended." Xander startled, but regained his composure and nodded, heading outside himself with Hailey following. "Right." Grabbing his coat from the back of the undamaged desk chair, he slipped it on as he jogged outside, grabbing his cell phone and car keys for good measure. "Berserker, wait!" The words were sharp, not a true order, but showing that Xander was quickly adapting to the situation. When he and Hailey arrived outside, they stopped and looked at Berserker almost warily. Xander stepped forward, pocketing the phone and keys before addressing the Servant again. "You said something about food, right?" He asked. Then he looked around, used his phone to check the time, and shook his head. "If you want something to eat, we could grab a bite... if you can make yourself look normal, that is..." Hailey sighed behind him, but he ignored her. "What do you eat, anyway?"