The day had just started a new; the sun was rising over the distant skyscrapers causing golden light to filter into the streets. At this time, most people would be rushing to their jobs trying to make sure to get there in time. The bell chimed through the halls of Tsubuyaku Academy alerting students that it was the first day of the New Year.
The halls to the school were empty at this particular moment; most people were just crawling out of bed and attempting to get dressed. Meanwhile, one of the students was already moving through the halls. Her heels clicked along the floor as she walked through the hallway standing proud, her hair swaying behind her. Turning the corner, she read the signs for the classrooms as she passed. 3D, 3C, 3B, and finally 3A. Sliding open the door, she walked in, her green eyes scanning over towards the window noticing a figure standing there. Her gaze hardened. Why did someone always beat her to the room?
Annoyed at this matter, she moved towards the back, which had two rows of seats (no desks) and sat down in the back right corner. Today was the day of the entrance tests. Students were able to take as many of them as they wanted, and she was going to make a point. Grinning to herself, she crossed her legs and began to mentally go through what she was told would be on the exam. Footsteps sounded as the rest of the students began to file in, each taking a seat in the front row. Breaking her concentration for a brief moment, she glanced over them. Five so far, three guys, and two girls. They didn’t look very special; they didn’t seem to pose a challenge. Ignoring their existence, she went back into her thoughts waiting for the bell to signal class to start.
Class was dull, the paper test was distributed, and she had finished it within 2 minutes. Walking up to the teacher, she handed it to her and stood there. Her green eyes watched as the teacher went over the questions and gasped writing a D on it. Smiling a bit to herself, she walked back proudly to her seat looking down at the people in her class. Pleased with herself, she sat there with her legs crossed waiting for the useless whelps in front of her to be done. Time ticked on and her annoyance level rose. Why there were, two people with tests still, thirty minutes had passed! It wasn’t that hard! Slowly she started to tap her foot, gaining speed with her annoyance level. Too much of her surprise the door to the class opened and in walked a boy. He didn’t apologize, he didn’t say anything, and he walked over to the other corner, took his test, and sat there.
Slowly her eye twitched. Now there were three tests out! What the hell! Beginning to tap her fingers along her hilt she threw her hands down on the chair about to throw a fit when the bell rang and they had to hand in their test. Sighing in relief, she walked over to the teacher. “If you’re done with the whelps, I’d like to continue.” She stated simply crossing her arms.
Most of the class had left save for the person that came in late and the prick looking person.
“What did you call me?”
She turned, her green eyes glaring up at the boy; his smug remark wasn’t something she was going to back down from. “I called you a whelp, or do you care to prove that you aren’t?”
The teacher stepped forward “Now now, no need to fight, Mr. Takata, did you want to continue as well?” Seeing he nodded, she smiled brightly. “Come now, to the simulation corridors.” Turning she looked over at late kid and beamed “Would you like to come along?” she asked hopeful that he would show some sort of interest.
Sighing loudly she began to walk out of the classroom. “Come on Mrs. Onyssa, no need to waste our time on whelps and neets.” She stated bluntly and began to leave causing the teacher to catch up while the guy attempting to start an argument again.