@primez0ne: "Ow." Ash steadied herself before coughing into her hand after the sudden upending of the truck, resulting in several small drops of blood landing on her palm. After quickly looking around to make sure none of the others in the truck were looking at him he squeezed his palm tightly, the blood having vanished as he opened his palm again. Looking out of the window, Ash saw the monster of a man approach the truck. "My, that doesn't look good." It was at this point that she was starting to wish that she didn't take that test, but at the very least she was thankful that the sudden jolt seemed to have dimmed her hangover a slight amount.
Ash turned to see if any of the other passengers were injured. The ones with the weird auras were grouped by the windows watching the monster-man with grim looks on their faces. Of the two normal-seeming ones, one of them was sitting up against the side of the truck without a scratch, gazing up at the ceiling with a zoned-out look on his face. Ash figured one of the two abnormals must have done something to soften the blow for him. The other one didn't get off so lucky. He didn't look like he was from New Advent, or Ashfall either for that matter. He was missing the smug demeanour New Advent residents usually had from the little Ash had observed from him, and he was similarly missing the dirty, torn clothes, and confrontational attitude Ashfall's residents usually had. Ash guessed that he would have been from Newgate. Ash felt a little sorry for him. This must have been a rough welcome to the Silo. Not that something like that mattered at this point. The man was lying on the floor with a small pool of blood slowly starting to bloom out from the back of his head.
"Shit." Ash pulled herself away from the window and the sight taking place outside and hurried to the man. After making sure he didn't have any spinal injuries she carefully flipped him onto his side to look at the wound. It didn't seem like it was too bad. There was a small fracture on the back of his skull. It would be a routine surgery of opening up a bit of his skull to ease the pressure on the brain and then ensuring he had enough blood before eventually sealing him back up. It's the type of treatment Ash would be able to leave to the younger staff. Thinking this, Ash grimaced. Routine if he was in a hospital, at least. "I didn't want to do this if I could help it, but..."
Ash gently placed her hand on the top of the man's skull, and, without a sound or any resistance from the skull, entered it. Ash worked her hand through the head of the man, found the wound, and sealed it in place from the inside before worming her hand back out of the man's head. Miraculously, where there should have been a giant, hand-sized hole in his skull, there wasn't even a scratch. It was as if the last several seconds hadn't happened at all, but the result of the bleeding having stopped was undeniable. Ash sighed a breath of relief. Partly because it worked, and partly because it seemed like nobody had seen what happened due to being too focused on the man outside who had nearly reached the truck.
Here Kirei takes Shirou's command seal through his body without actually affecting his physical body. Usually, the only way to remove command seals is through ripping them out along with everything they connect to, which is mainly muscle and nerves. It's not pretty, but the way Kirei does it is. Ash should be able to stop the dudes bleeding (especially since Kirei has experience with heavy blood loss related injuries, such as when he replaces the entirety of Shirou's arm with Archer's without him dying).