Throughout the busy halls of Kalmaysia, was another strange creature; well, strange when it came to normal standards, compared to everyone else at the school, he has pretty normal. Appearing to be a centaur like creature, but with the body of a deer rather than a horse; he even has the floppy ears and antlers of a deer as well. The young student explored the halls of his new school, the clip-clop of his hooves making a distinct sound as he walks. Where are the dorms... For Pete's sake... I need a map to get around this place. Lost didn't even begin to describe it... He was so use to small rural environments and forests, coming to a large building like this wasn't only causing him to get lost, but giving him a sense of culture shock. He scratched behind one of his ears, Maybe I'll ask one of the students here... They should know what to do. He stood in the center of one of the halls, looking for someone who could possibly help him. Maybe he could flag someone down or look for a map. "So many interesting people here. Maybe there are some centaurs just like me... Hopefully some mages as well that I can learn more magic with." He also hoped for the possibility of a alchemy lab, he could make some potions there, just like his adoptive mother showed him. Ever since she passed away, Farrow set out across the world, to places like Kalmaysia Academy. Farrow planed to learn more of the world, grow more as a mage and as a person, and become the mage that his 'mother' hoped that he would be. The young centaur clutched the locket on his chest, smiling proudly, gaining enough confidence to look proud.
She stepped onto the campus and it was like a wave of fear swept over her once again. They would push her away, wouldn't they? She closed her eyes and hugged her thin arms around her body. She'd ditched the disguise. She didn't want to pretend anymore. She wanted to officially come back and find out what the hell that old man was talking about. She opened her eyes and looked up at the sky. What it would be like to finally be able to fly again. A soft smile crept its way onto her lips as thoughts of the wind in her hair danced around in her head.
As she walked, she looked around. Everything had changed yet it was all still very much the same. Students walked the halls, minding their own business, yet the school had more floors and seemed more... complex. Lily let out a small sigh and decided to let down her hair. She'd put it up since the helicopter ride wasn't exactly hair friendly. She let her long thing red hair fall where it may onto her shoulders as she walked towards the dorms. She had a bag of clothes slung over her shoulder that also held all of her other valuables. She ascended the steps slowly, making her way towards her old room. She'd requested it when she sent in the application. They were a bit shocked to see her come back after so long. She chuckled. "Well, I can't miss my senior year, can I?" She mumbled, talking to herself.
Key in hand, she opened the door. It was just like she remembered. A small little kitchenette to the left and her bedroom to the right. Directly in front of her was the living area which held a sofa, TV, and then the sliding glass doors that lead out to the balcony. Another small smile crept onto her lips. "I'm home..."
Perhaps this was going to be his final year. Standing before him was the towering academy that held many memories that caused him a lot of happiness and pain in his life. The flicker of the wind that breezed past the shining silver of his tuft of pointy hair and the tingle that it sent to his pale skin made the masculine man to shiver slightly. Dressed in a jet-black sleeveless tops and white-and-red attire, Himura took with him his own weight with the scorching sky blue eyes mirroring the real sky. Yes, he remembers dearly of this place. It was the beginning of everything. And perhaps, the beginning of the end was starting. He couldn't help but wonder what life has in store for him.
His memory of the Academy did not fail him. Everything looked exactly identical to what it was previously. Perhaps the little tweaks and other gizmos that the architect had proposed for the reenactment of this academy made things a little bit different-- But it was not all that foreign. Actually, Himura had never been to the male's dormitory. In the beginning, he didn't have a room that he could stay in. He would always find that grassy plains and just lay down to enjoy the peacefulness to himself and called it home. That was until Shira allowed him to use her room. Nobody seemed to mind so Himura sometimes alternates between the plains and Shira's dorm.
That wasn't the case this time. The Academy had prepared him a small dorm room that he could use to call home that consists of the essentials he needed-- A bed, study desk, office chair, wardrobe and book shelves. The bathroom was located close to the exit of the dorm. Although he did not know the location of the male's dormitory, the flowing amount of students around him made it obvious and clear that the dormitory was there. He followed them closely and kept his lips shut. He travelled and eyed upon the other male students as he walked past. Every single one of them was a supernatural being. Some have their human form and some doesn't.
He finally arrived upon the corridor that held his dorm room. The hallway was quieter and far more serene than the busy crowd of wandering students. Several people was just waiting and chatting with their friends by the window and several others had their dorm rooms open. As Himura walk past them-- He could just see them socialising with one another or unpacking their bags. Himura had no bags but a set of keys given to him upon his arrival. He walked until the plaque on the door had said 'Himura'. With his head facing towards the inscribed metal, his lips let out a small smile, satisfied of his find.
Prior to reaching for the set of keys, his head turned towards the window opposite to his door. What came into view at first was the female dorms on the other side slightly further away. The conditions of the corridors were the same-- Girls chatting and their doors open as they unpack. The sky was still clear and the sun's flare was warming the winter season's breeze that passed. Every soul was glad that winter had finally passed and Spring was set to motion. Flowers would bloom, grass would sparkle and trees would bear fruit. It would be the life of term and maybe, after all, Himura would enjoy it. He turned back towards his dorm door and rustled his pocket for the keys.
Kamaysia....oh great. What fun stuff Toby could remember about Kamaysia. Going on a rampage when Dylan first emerged. Finding out he had a sister. What fond memories. Toby landed on the campus falling over first before shakily getting to his feet. It was like this school just made things happen, not the best things either. Just things Toby didn't particularly like. He dusted off his black hoodie with splash of green neon light and got to his feet with a very nervous terrified look on his face. It was always the same at Kamaysia, but there was one thing he had tried or so very hard to forget as he made his way through the years at these high schools. Someone terrifying from his past. He shrugged this off and made his way in.
It was his senior year and he did not want to mess it up. He dashed into the academy breathing heavily and his face getting paler by the second. He made his bag straps tight and began his journey through the school. It still felt like Kamaysia, yet it had grown and seemed more intelligent and ready like Toby, who to be honest wasn't sure about the last point. He made his way with a very awkward walk until he got to the lift which he just leaned against the wall as he pressed the button. The odd music played as he made a mental note in his head to see Himura and Lilly who were the only other people who had stayed on since he first joined Kamaysia...except for his sister but he wasn't sure where she had got to.
The lift pinged open and he clambered out with a nervous smile plastered on his face, just in case somebody was waiting for him. He hadn't started sweating yet and Dylan hadn't made an appearence, so far so good. He wiped his new blue hair away from his eyes since he had it dyed from the old red, and was planning to change it to black. He hefted his heavy bag into his room just ahead before emptying out all the manga and study books he had stolen from a library during his holiday. This was going to be hell, maybe a nice hell but still he knew something bad was going to happen in Kamaysia. Something always did. But something good and happy always happened too. Thats why he loved Kamaysia. So unpredictable
Matt transformed back into his human form as he landed on the flying school. It looked almost exactly like the old one. Except this time he wasn't feeling as happy as he had when he first arrived. He hadn't been a criminal before. He whipped his forehead and looked around. He had purposefully landed in the garden, a place he had loved before. It was calming here. Same beautiful flowers, same paths and benches. The nostalgia was unbearable. Matt sighed, and made his way towards the male's dorm. Many different beings swarmed about it. It was quite difficult for him to get through the flowing mass of bodies, but he eventually got to his dorm. This time it had his name on the door instead of a number. He pushed it open and looked around. The dorm was completely different from his old dorm. It looked better somehow. Matt pulled the same backpack that he had brought to Kamasyia and put it under his bed. He lay down on his bed and took a deep breath. He was back, but was that a good thing?
The twin sisters walked trough the hall of Kalmaysia, both where having a suitcase rolling behind them and a staff on their back. They looked at each other and smiled. ''So where is your room?'' Andromeda asked. ''Across yours'' Mila answered. Andromeda laughed some and shook her head. She looked around in a search for a certain person. ''He must be here somewhere.. Don't worry'' Mila said and looked at her twin sister. ''I do not worry..'' Andromeda said but sighed. ''Ok... Maybe a little bit then... Its just... He was in Japan when I last talked to him... I just hope that he is back..'' she said and looked at the number on the hallway. ''Here our dorms must be'' Andromeda said and entered the hallway. Mila followed and looked around one last time, she had never met Andromeda's boyfriend but Andromeda had showed her a picture. She wondered how her boyfriend was. And of course Mila wanted to know how he would react on both of them.
Andromeda looked behind her. ''Mila! Come on.. Hurry'' she said. Mila looked up and then followed her sister, Andromeda stood in front of her dorm already. ''We will see each other later'' Andromeda said and entered her dorm. Mila nodded, she knew that her sister was gonna search for her boyfriend after she unpacked everything. Mila went inside her own Dorm and got everything unpacked. Andromeda took her phone and send a text to Himura: ''Hey Love, Are you at the Academy already? Kisses An'' she smiled some and pushed the send button. Now she just had to wait.
Leo walked through the academy halls in a hurry, dragging his suitcase on wheels. When he reached his dorm room, he hurried inside. Placing his suitcase on the bed, he dumped out it's contents onto the bed. Feeling on of his ears popping up, he pushed it back down into his hair. Feeling bored out of his mind, he decided to walk around a bit, get the lay of the land. Truth be told, Leo was scared living so far away from his family. He didn't know anyone here, he was all alone. That thought made him shiver, freeing his ears from their prison of hair without him noticing.
Sasha had just made the realization moments ago that she was lost and needed to find herself in the sea of memories she had accumulated when she suddenly found herself in an empty classroom. Puzzled, she tentatively got up and walked out of the room into an empty hallway. She turned and looked at the door she had just came from, and saw the inscription "Kalmaysia Academy - Room E302". Now it made sense...she had heard things about the Kalmaysia Academy through her Olympian family and quickly assumed that they had set this up for her upon knowing that she was lost. She decided to explore and try to find her bearings, or at least other people. Walking through various hallways, she eventually came across a bigger one with people in it. They were all kind of idling, mindlessly chatting or slowly migrating various directions. As she walked past them she marveled at the sheer variety of creatures that comprised the student body. Demi-gods and goddesses were common, though she recognized none of them as Olympian, instilling a little pride in herself. In addition to the gods/goddesses, she saw non-humanoid creatures such as a deertaur and a few elemental quadrupeds as she walked through the hall. Eventually, she made it to a set of doors leading outside. Growing up on Mount Olympus caused her to not anticipate being in awe of anything, but as she walked out to the steps of the building and saw the central courtyard she couldn't help but be in awe. The campus was beautiful, and the fact that it was the beginning of spring only made it moreso.
She noticed a large flock of students migrating to a pair of buildings next to each other - males were splitting to the one on the left and females to the one on the right. Those must be the dorms, she thought. I wonder if I have one? How in-depth did my ancestors set this up? To find out, she walked down the steps and towards the throng of creatures. She hoped her simple long white dress wouldn't attract any attention. Reaching the female building, she went inside. Finding the dorm's center desk, she found it amusing that an Olympian descendant would be asking a receptionist for directions, but that's what she did.
"Hi...I'm new here. Can you tell me where my dorm is...or who signed me up?"
The receptionist smiled, and without having to look down at a registry addressed her. "Sasha Irani, correct? Yes...according to our registry Athena signed you up. She wanted her granddaughter to find herself."
Sasha was taken aback. Wow...Athena herself did this? They must believe in me after all...or at least her. Turning back to the receptionist, she smiled and thanked her.
"My pleasure," responded the receptionist. "Your dorm is on the top floor. You'll find it," she finished with a smile.
Sasha walked away from the receptionist and towards the elevators the everyone was piling in. Of course, those able to fly didn't have to use it and were flying up the side of the building to their dorm windows. She rode the elevator with a handful of other females, none saying a word. All of them seemed new like she was and equally as surprised. She was the only one left on the elevator as it got to the top floor, and her hallway was nearly empty so far. She eventually found her door at the end of the hall. I must have been signed up just in time, she thought. Standing in front of the door, Sasha noticed that there was no key lock or even a door handle. She tried pushing it to no luck. The other doors she could see all had handles and locks...why not hers? After thinking for a moment, she tried mentally asking the door to open, and it immediately did. She smiled. They've thought of everything. Walking into her dorm room, she found everything one would need to live as a student: a bed, a desk, shelves and a wardrobe. She only had her white Olympian dress on her, but assumed she could buy more clothes on campus somewhere. She sat down on her bed and settled in, anxious to find out what a year at the Academy had in store for her.
"The dorms are this way, down the long hall and to the left. Didn't you receive a map of the basic directions?" A student pointed out to Djhango, referring to the school layout as well. "Yes, unfortunately, I had placed the directions in my suitcase." He nodded back to the student. "Alright, well make sure you don't lose them. Enjoy your time here!" The student said with a smile and a wave before walking off.
"This place... its really bizarre. Alot of different beings all coinciding in one place. It almost makes me want to walk around as what I really am. Almost. I'll deal with that when I feel like it." Djhango thought as he walked down the hall. He wondered many things about this place, mainly if he would meet some new friends, if he would get lost around here alot, and how often would he be sleeping in his dorm room. He felt worried, but a bit excited. Sort of like a shy puppy in a new home. Though, considering his build... he's a damn big puppy.
Djhango walked down the next hall, looking at a plaque with a student's name on it. "Got to find my name then." He thought as he moved on to the next few names, eventually coming across one with his own name on it. He slowly opened the door before peering inside. His room looked like a pretty decent studio apartment, with a large bed.
A nice, soft, beautiful, large bed.
Smirking to himself, he shut the door behind him quickly and dropped his suitcases just as fast. With a little trot, he lunged on his new best friend, still smirking. However, he didn't realize how far he actually needed to lunge to land on the bed, and banged his forehead on the bedpost. He cursed under his breath as he rolled over on the bed, holding his forehead all the while. Eventually when he realized the sheets and pillows of his bed had a nice silky feel to them, the pain disappeared.
God he just wanted to sleep right now so bad... but it would be the wrong decision considering this is his first day at the academy. He at least needed to learn the general layout among other things. Sighing, he rolled off the bed and on to the floor, slowly picking himself up. Djhango rubbed his blue eye before brushing off his long jacket. He moved to his suitcases and opened one of them, throwing his belongings everywhere until he found the map. "Damn, this school is big..." He complained as he held on to the map. Looking down at his tossed clothes, he figured he'll just pick them up later when he gets back. It wasn't as if someone would come into his room anyway.
Djhango stepped outside of his room and closed the door behind him, locking it with the key. He sighed as he looked down at the map again. "...Where should I begin to go to?" He thought as he moved away from the door.
“Oh Leo, it would be ravishing to experience education.” She said her voice like velvet even through the rough swallows of the wind. He shook his entire body as if he was screaming no. She huffed and laid her cheek against his hard shell watching the sun disappear along the large snow topped mountains. The dragon’s body finally eased as she could feel his tension release. She held her breath as she tried not to giggle knowing she only needed a simple sigh for her to win. He sighed heavily and her head leaped up with a squeal.
She became excited but soon the skies turned black. They had been flying since they stepped in to the earth’s atmosphere. “Leo look at the luscious grass. The air is superb and crisp, how lenient could we be here?” She rolled over on her back before a hard crash entangled her in to darkness. Her heart twisted as she heard a cry out of her companion while his body cracked and crumbled along with hers until they were both planted on the ground.
She sprang without a thought and looked around to the dust covered area, her hair flung dramatically over her face.. “Leo! Leo?!” She cried out desperately as she got up to run towards the now shadowed figure that made no other movement. She followed the scales with her fingertips having to run to find where his head laid heavily. She touched his face gently, her hands only being the size of the large scales on his body. She knew he was strong but he had taken a hard fall. His eyes opened slowly and he sat himself up.
She hadn’t taken his eyes off him the entire time, and watched his face look in all directions but soon stopped on one where he stared off in to the distance. She turned to look and found it to be a building. ‘We’re still in the sky’ His deep voice triumphed in her head. She looked confused back over the edge to see he was right. She wasn’t sure what to do and only stood to stare at the school while the morning sun rose over the other side. “Leo, since when was earth so peculiar?” He laid his head down for her to lean against and sighed once more.
Toby sat on his bed, engrossed in a manga when he looked out of his window to see dust go flying and what appeared to be a dragon crash in the campus. At least he didn't make such a mess. He sighed and put the manga down knowing that he would have to help out, you never know what could've happened. He opened up his window cautiosly and took a peek outside to get hit by a face ful of dust. He shook his head and clambered out of the window awkwardly and flopped onto the ground, making his blue hair go all scruffy. Yep it would be changed colour soon.
He got up and straightened himself up, fixing his newly put on black and neon blue top and his black pair of trousers. He retracted his horns and tail just in case he alarmed anyone but then he himself was alarmed. There was a dragon, in the campus. He stood there mouth agape looking really akward but then very nervous. He blinked a few times for a reality check. Nope this was really happening. He shook his head again and started to move towards it slowly and carefully. It couldn't be real, probably just a machine or something.
As he approached, he noticed a girl sitting on the dragon looking longily at the academy. She looked like an angel, but not exactly since Toby had met angels they didn't look like this and they didn't ride dragons. "Um...hello." he blurted out suddenly before putting his hands in his pockets as a nervous smile broke. "W-what are you here for? You a student here.....too?" Damnit he looked such a dork and a nervous one too. But at least Dylan hadn't broken out. Just relax and talk to the dragon girl.
She continued to look at the school, trying to figure out how humans came up with such designs. Does it actually float or is something holding it up, she was still shaken that she didn't feel like looking over the edge. It was the first time she feared anything in a while. Her best friend snored happily under her as she picked at his horns with her fingertips while she continued to look around fascinated by all the magnificent features such a place held. Trees grew from fresh roots, the air was crisp and gentle. The sun was a bit bright but it was nothing she couldn't get used to. She sighed and hummed to herself while she thought about what this building would be.
Her thoughts stopped abruptly as the voice startled her. She jumped just enough for Leo to wake up, his eye peaking open to look at what had disturbed him. Leo grew cautious by the new figure but didn't make any rational movements that would have scared him off. He only readjusted himself so his head was facing away and but his sense of hearing was linked to every movement they made. Calista huffed and looked at Leo with a small glare. "Well you don't have to be so rude." She grumbled at him, he sighed in response. She rolled her eyes and stood up off the ground, they were about the same height.
She blinked when he asked her if she was a student. 'So it is a school!' She yelled in her head as her eyes brightened. She stayed where she was, being cautious but soon became startled. She couldn't see his numbers, so.. is he not human? She cocked her head to the side, it was rare that she would meet another immortal but she wasn't sure if she should say anything. The last thing she wanted was for people to know what she was on the first day. "I.. I would like to be a student here." She said with a shy smile, but soon grew wide as she thought about actually being a student around real people. She tried to hide her excitement by biting her lip anxiously.
Toby's eyes widened as he watched the girl interact with the dragon so calmly and how grumpy the dragon seemed to be. He knew that Kamaysia loved to surprise him but this was on a new level, he would call it the girl talking to a dragon level. He shrugged the thought off as the girl approached him and he started to smile nervously wondering if she was a dragoness or something like that How else would she interact with a dragon so plainly and hardly acknowledge it's existence when her back was turned, she was just....bizarre.
When he stopped being lost in thought, he saw her standing right in front of him with weird eyes fixed on him, slightly disturbingly. He nodded when she stated it was a school. He wasn't sure why she got so startled though afterwards, what was wrong with it? She was new so how would she be startled by it. He kept his horns and tail hidden as he heard Dylan attempt to take over when he finally let himself talk.
"Yep, it's a school....and um...I'm not sure how to actually register...just ask for a room and they give you one I guess. Oh and um I'm Toby nice to meet you....miss..." He stopped there. he didn't want to freak someone out he just wanted to meet this girl. She looked very beautiful and hot but right now he was just going to exchange pleasentries, hopefully like normal people did.
Matt looked up in confusion. He looked out his open window to get a facefull of dust that came from somewhere. After it cleared, he saw a dragon that had landed quite awkwardly on the school grounds. It looked alright, though. Then he spotted a girl who had been riding it. He quickly morphed and flew out to see if the girl was alright. Car crashes were bad enough, but how much damage to a rider would a dragon crash do?
When he got there, he morphed back just as he touched the ground. "Are you alright?" he asked.
He seemed to be lost looking at her, but she continued to smile. It was interesting meeting new people with distinct personalities. He was kind of awkward but it seemed to fit him perfectly, it made him kind of adorable in her mind. He finally spat out a few words which made her eyes widen only a little bit. Just because he didn't seem like the one to be talkative. She smiled again as he said that all you had to do was ask for a room, was it really that simple? Well so be it! The dragon grumbled behind her which was a startling shake to the ground for others but she had become accustomed to his edgy moods. "Oh well that sounds wonderful-- Don't mind him. We've been flying all night so he is exhausted and grumpy.
She tucked her hair behind her her ear and laughed, excited to be introduced to someone. "Hello Toby, my name is Calista. This is Leo." She pointed back, as the dragon fully lifted his head and looked directly at Toby with a soft look. Leo wasn't intrigued by other creatures, he was loyal to his master and her own emotions. As long as she was content he would not intervene unless she asked. Leo was a larger dragon though being at least two stories tall when she stood tall on all fours and his body was as long as the school itself but he was gentle when content. Though he is a fearsome fighter.
She reached out to shake Toby's hand but another voice appeared out of the blue, making Calista and Leo dart in the direction. People were popping out of every where, Leo became annoyed while Calista grew in excitement. It took her a few seconds to collect herself, letting go of her lip between her teeth. "Oh yes, we are okay. Just a bit tired. Luckily both of us didn't get hurt, he had no idea that something like this would be on the other side of the clouds." She said, her eyes still bright even after the small terror. Bullets could not even wound her. She smiled at him, and waived. "I'm Calista, this is Leo. Oh! And this is Toby!" She said again excited for being able to introduce someone else.
She was in shock... This boy doesn't have numbers either. What.. Why. Leo could feel her uneasiness and followed her eyes to the boy once more. 'Mistress, I believe this is not an ordinary school." She huffed mentally. It didn't make sense to her, why were there so many non-humans on earth? Well could she really be a critic, she was no mortal here neither. She took a deep breath and relaxed her expression.
Toby smiled nervously again as Matt suddenly appeared. He had never seen mat before but he didn't really care, he was introduced by Callista. He smiled smally at Callista for telling him his name and looked at Matt with a nervous smile.
He nodded slightly before turning back to Callista. He looked at Callista before looking at Leo wanting to know if he could look at her. He didn't want to talk anymore. The last time he talked in front of boys he got thrown out a window. "S-so can I see your dragon?" He tried to smile but ended up blushing and let his horns visible.
At first, the girl seemed flustered that Matt had arrived. It seemed as if she didn't expect there to be people at a school. When she calmed down, she introduced herself, her dragon, and after a second thought, the boy that had already been there. When Matt looked over to greet Toby, he began talking to Callista again, except he was very, very nervous. It didn't take long to notice that Toby just wasn't comfortable around anyone. Yet he came out to meet the dragon rider. Toby sure seemed peculiar. Turning back to Callista, he smiled and introduced himself. "My name is Matt, welcome to Kalmasyia Academy! And seeing as you arrived on a full dragon, I'm sure you already know it's for the "supernatural" beings."
They both hit her with different questions that startled her. She was unable to answer Toby's question before Leo had risen off the ground making her fall against the floor after leaning on him that whole time. Her hair bounced in front of her face as she fell with a thud. She blew her hair out of her face as she looked up to see Leo fully stand up with his eyes on Leo. She then stood up as if nothing happened and fixed her hair once more. Gosh, he was such a grump today. She looked up along with them to him, and smiled he was absolutely beautiful. She then looked back at Matt while she remembered his question, a supernatural school?
What was that supposed to mean? She thought about it for a few seconds but soon let the thoughts float away. She didn't care what kind of school it is, it was going to be fun. She then thought about it, no wonder they acted so calmly. She had thought about it before, how people would react to the both of them. She felt foolish for being so oblivious. She smiled and laughed nervously. "That should have been obvious." She shrugged her shoulders, as Leo settled himself down a large groan coming from the middle of his chest. Her face swiftly look towards him with a worried expression. "I know you're so tired." She said as she rubbed his forehead. His eyes shut as he huffed once more. She looked back with an apologetic look. She pulled away and put her finger to her lip. "Shh" She then waived them to follow her towards the school. She wanted him to be able to rest.
Calista stopped in her path and turned around to look at Toby once more. Her face fixated on is features as if she had seen him before. She looked at him anxiously as images popped in her head. She bit her lip hard as she realized the person she was looking at but without saying a word. She turned back and and began to jog until she was at the head of the school, sitting herself down on the stairs. "Sorry, I would just like him to sleep." She giggled, looking up at the two.