"Couldn't be helped at all then," He just said stoicly. For a brief instant, part of his body, specifically his left arm, looked like it was vanishing and fading away, due to phasing from physical to transparent. "Hm... I must be running out of time then. Very well, I will seek elsewhere," Archer says, as he begins to walk away. He knew that by the end of the day, he would vanish completely, if he could not find someone to designate as a master, and form a pact with, since he was exhausting his own personal supply of limited mana.
Despite the fact he was going to fade from existance, Archer just kept calm about it, and didn't even seem to mind it at all.
"In essense, all it would entail, is that as your Servant class summon, I would fight for you. I would also collect information on any possible threats. The only thing I would need, is for you to be able to supply me with mana," Archer explains to Nagato. He looks down to her, with his calm and stoic demeanor. He had attempted to be as straight forward as possible, as to what he would do as her servant.
"Should you wish to accept me as your servant, you must also bear 3 command seals somewhere on your body," Archer let Yuki know that those were a sign of their pact. "Command seals, are also useful for giving me an order, if you would believe me to be acting out of line," Archer says, looking to her. "If all three are spent though, our contract will end."
"I see... you are an alien construct. I am a sort of construct my self, I am meant to act as a counter-balance in this world. I am made from magical energy called mana. I am anchored to this physical world by a master, who has formed a pact with me. Sadly that master has died, which is why, I am wandering at the moment, for a new one. In order to do so, one must be willing to accept receiving command seals, as proof of the contract. I do enjoy observing things as well, I can pick out many things from a distance, and can read some of that book from here." Archer was looking over the words in Yuki's book, and seemed rather interested in them. He had a mostly stoic look, and barely even seemed to smile.
"Of course, the only ones who could probably even qualify for the role of master, would be those with adept or higher levels of magic," Archer explains to her. He was going to hold back on showing what he could do in battle. He had a sort of vivid interest in literature, but never seems to express a single like towards anything.
Archer just stares at her a bit oddly then. "I see. You are not exactly normal, are you," Archer says to Nagato, as if he had noticed what she was. "What sort of a construct are you, anyways, because I can tell, you are definately not a human at all," He points out. He was able to under normal circumstances feel the mana a human body can generate, but didn't seem to find any flowing from Yuki's body. Her eyes also seemed rather odd to him as well.
"Hm... what are you reading there, if I can ask," Archer says, now standing behind her, and looking over her shoulder towards the book. He was trying to figure out what was so interesting about the book to begin with.