Sam couldn't help but laugh a little bit at his question. "Actually, quite a lot. We tried to have maps in certain areas at one point. However, people kept destroying them. You should have a map with your papers though." She answered. The amount of times she had been asked that question is what made it funny to her though. There were second years that didn't even know their way around certain parts of the school. There were people that were in their last year here that had never even seen one of the enchanted rooms.
The chatter about the shifters getting into a fight in the gym made her frown and she sighed loudly. Miles said something to her and Sam shook her head. This was a possible annoying thing seeing that Shifters were a race group she was over. Not to mention the fact it had to do with the vampires, whom with the demons had been a thorn in all of the teachers' side. Once Miles left her side, Sam made her way to one of the stands and was handed food that she had ordered ahead of time. "Thanks Jessy." She said, taking it.
"No problem Sam, just so you know Julian and Aren haven't gotten theirs yet." She informed her and Sam shook her head a bit. Usually the two of them would have been here before she got here for sure, as she was usually the one with meetings between classes. The three of them usually tried to make sure they didn't get too overwhelmed to actually eat. "Do you know where they ordered from this morning?" She asked, before chuckling as Jessy gave her two to go trays with their names on each of them. "Thanks." She said before taking them and heading out of the cafeteria. At least she was sure that she knew where Aren was at, seeing that he was probably still in his meetings. Julian was probably going to be a little harder to find. Or maybe not as she glanced in the gym while passing it, she saw Cian talking to some small woman, and Julian hitting the punching bags further in. Of course. Shaking her head she headed toward Juilan.
Iris smiled a little as she got her lunch. One of the perks of being really nice to the staff in the school was the fact she got a little extra thrown in her lunch from time to time. Which was really nice since she had worked up a bit of an appetite after sparring in the gym with Tiff. Looking around the cafeteria she saw that the usual witch table was full up, and Molly wasn't even there yet.
Looking around to find another table instead of fusing with that table just to likely have to move. She saw the new boy from Samantha's office sitting by himself and smiled a little as she came up to the table. "Do you mind if I join you?"
Zaddie wasn't sure what exactly was going on when she left the locker room to one of the shifters clearly beating the shit out of Devin. But she definitely wasn't going to get involved in this. She worked hard out to get involved in the fights of others that didn't involve her. Because then there were sides that had to be picked and friendships lost. So she made her way through the gym and looked for Clary and Ryan so they could have lunch. Once she realized that neither of them were in the gym or hallway, she waited for them to come out.
She smiled a little bit as Ryan found her, giving a little wave. She said that Clary had gone ahead and headed into the cafeteria before them to avoid the fighting in the gym, and Zaddie nodded a bit. "I don't blame her though, I avoided the fight too." Zaddie said, before heading off to the cafeteria with her. It wasn't long before the hallways filled with people talking about the fight and Zaddie kind of sighed. "I feel bad for whoever that shifter was. I don't really know the shifter leader, but I've been friends with Jackie for years. And she can be such an utter bitch about things."
Tiffany was a little glad to see that Randa had broken up the fight. Not that she didn't think the girl could but she totally saw her probably getting hit by accident too. When Billie agreed to lunch Tiff nodded and headed to the oddly still empty cafeteria. Of course the fight had been all the gossip throughout the hallways and was now all of the cafeteria too. Clearly some of the people didn't know much about the shifters. They could be really aggressive between themselves if they needed to be, just like dragons. But also some of them were talking about how much trouble the shifter was going to get in. Why would he get in trouble with Kajun for defending once of their members?
She blinked a little bit when Billie snapped a bit at the girls behind them for gossiping. Looking behind her at the girls too. They must have been in her group or something because they knew her, and were quiet after apologizing. She was very tempted to ask Billie if she was alright, however she didn't know Billie at all other than their time in the gym. So it seemed almost too personal. Luckily the hallways were pretty quiet once they left the cafeteria and when Billie let her into the dorm, Tiff couldn't help but look around the room quickly.
"I always thought you were the type to decorate more." Tiff said, curiosity clearly in her voice before Billie sat on the bed and asked where they wanted to start. Honestly, that was a question she wasn't sure of either. Sitting her lunch down on Billies desk she sat in the chair and sighed softly. "I would like to offer an alliance between our races. While I've tried to stay away from any feuds, it just seems logical for my group to join with yours." She said, before shaking her head and chuckling. "I'm not the best at being able to beat bushes." She made a slight face because that didn't quite sound here to her either.
"I'm aware that we are an extremely small group. But we don't have to follow a lot of the rules I understand your race does, and are very loyal. Not to mention we already have an alliance with the Shifter group. Even if they won't get involved in your feud, they can be extremely useful." Tiff said, trying to state her case. This was one of the first times that she had even tried to make an alliance, as the Shifters had started their alliance because of Jo.
After the Brook girl and whoever the hippie angel was left Erin kind of turned to Ez. "So, who is the hippie girl?" She asked, before they started talking about what craziness she had missed while she and Garret were gone. When Maggie said that Billie dated Devin she couldn't help but make a gagging noise. "What the fuck? Yeah why?"
Though the fact Glenn was gone was a definite good thing. She fucking hated his guys and he pretty much was up there with Devin himself. "Honestly Alex should have just killed him though. Like how dare he hurt Billie." She said, shaking her head. Wow, things really went to hell with her and Garret gone, it was ridiculous. Though the sucky thing was also the fact Randa must have been still handling the Colten situation when they got to the cafeteria.
She kind of gently nudged Maggie a little with a smile. "At least the three of us can start going on drunk adventures again though. I'm not going to lie, I fucking missed that last year." She said, trying to get Maggie's mind off the worrying that she just knew her enough, she could tell she was. Erin sighed a bit, clearly being dramatic after they got their food and sat down. "You guys would not believe how boring Ireland was without you guys. I swear, I'm kidnapping you two if we go back this year instead of staying in the states." She ranted on slightly, before grinning a bit. "I did totally bring you guys gifts back though."
She missed Randa coming in as the three of them sat and talked while eating their lunch. Though when she saw her wave to them and smiled a little waving back.
Kajun sighed a little at the amount of gossip that filled the rooms and cafeteria. This was the reason he had strong rules about starting random fights. This wasn't random, this was deserved, and honestly, he couldn't say he wouldn't do the same. Yet still it wasn't the fact that Devin popped Brooke's shoulder out of place that was talked about. No, it was the shifter that started a fight and they couldn't believe it. After getting his food he noticed a few other people were staring at him, only a few of them weren't shifters. Shaking his head a bit he took a seat avoiding the people clearly trying to gauge the emotion that he wasn't openly showing.
It wasn't a surprise that the other shifters didn't join him right away. He had been a little rough on random fights, but this was different and no one knew how things were going to go. He was a few bites into his sandwich when Colten came over and started apologizing to him. Though he didn't get a chance to answer before Randa sat with them too. He smiled a bit purring softly because the fact someone cared that much about his friend made him happy. "Of course, you're welcome to join us." He said, before looking at Colten.
"Honestly, I'm not even mad about this man. You're not the type to get in trouble. This wasn't some random fight, you were in the right, taking up for someone getting hurt. Not to mention, Devin harassed her last year and I wasn't able to prove and do anything about it. You probably helped her." He tried to reassure Colten. Soon Drake joined them and Kajun kind of laughed at the interaction between Colten and Randa.
When Randa started talking to Colten again and Drake started to leave, he kind of stopped him. "Hey man, what can you tell me about the new dragon girl in your group? I think her name was Ezra." He asked, trying to find out about the pretty girl that kept making him purr all day.
Once Drake and Randa left he looked at Colten when he offered to talk to Jackie when she came over. Kind of laughing at the name he had used. Because of course she would. He wasn't sure if the woman was that wrapped around Devins thump or just that fucking stupid. But of course she would. "No, I'll handle Jackie if she is stupid enough to come over here." He answered. It wasn't very long before a few other shifters moved to join their table, they had clearly been waiting to see if shit blew up. A few of them asked Colten if he was alright, a few of the new students commented on how badass it was once he answered. The general view of the table was that Colten had done the right thing though, before finally the talk turned into the normal banner.
It seemed like Colten was finally starting to feel better when Jackie made it to the cafeteria, and decided to make her way over to the table. The talking dying down at the unwelcome visitor. "Kajun, we need to have a talk." Jackie said, her tone very almost demanding.
Kajun frowned a little bit at her. "No, this isn't a conversation that we need to have." He answered, his voice soft despite the slight anger at being spoken to in such a tone.
"Yes we do, your little friend needs to apologize to Devin. There was no reason for this to go so far that he beat him half to death."
Kajun clicked his teeth a little before sighing. "Colten doesn't have to apologize, unless he wants to because this is a case of Devin getting what he deserved." He said flatly. "Not to mention you have no right to demand anyone in my pack to do anything. How about you go and just enjoy your lunch and let us do the same." He finished, getting a glare from her.
"Listen.." Jackie said, her tone getting slightly louder in annoyance. She was trying to work this out as civilly as possible but Kajun wasn't even giving her the time of day. Her next words came out louder and in a growl. "This isn't something that can't be lazily ignored by you. HE.."She pointed a finger at Colten "needs to be held accountable for what HE…."
Kajun stood up roughly before he could think to stop himself, hands slamming on the table, a deep growl coming from him. Which was followed by not only the growls of the others at the table, but also a chain reaction from almost every other table in the room, as well as one person still getting their lunch. Though Kajun wasn't the leader of all of the shifters in the school, due to their hybrid status, he had their respect.
"How dare you come to my table uninvited, growl at me, and demand an apology for Colten protecting another shifter!" He said feeling his eyes shift and he put his hands into fists to control himself as Jackie took a slight step down in surprise. "If anyone deserves an apology it's Brooke, the girl who had her shoulder popped out by the piece of shit that tournamented her all last year while you lazily sat with your thumb up your ass. Let's have his apology." He said, getting no response.
"No? Then shut the fuck up! We've stayed out of your stupid feud, but keep hurting our group and you'll see what how unlazy I can fucking be. Now fuck off!" The whole cafeteria had gone quiet by the time he had stopped talking, and Jackie stood there shocked at the fact Kajun had blown up all her. Before a lot of quiet whispering, took place of the quiet before Jackie huffed and turned away. Walking back to her table. Sighing, Kajun pinched the bridge of his nose trying to calm himself. That probably wasn't the best thing to do, though the fact his ears picked up whispering from the next table made him feel a bit better.
"Really? Poor girl...I cant believe Devin has been bugging her this long."
"Oh I can, he's so creepy. No wonder he got his ass kicked."
Kajun sighed a bit, even if this started a feud itself, at this point he doubted it would, but if it did then it did. He was tired from always having to tiptoe around the vampires and demons. After taking a bite of his sandwich he started the normal banner up again.
Cian smiled a bit when he came out of Long's office to see Azura, he actually wasn't too surprised to see her. After all, who else could pull both Julian and Robert's rage at once. Though he was a little surprised that she had taken the time not to scare him. "Honestly, with the way today uh is going so far I'm glad that you decided not to." He said with a bit of a clearly stressed chuckle. Cian sighed slightly when she said something about pulling rage from three people. "And this is only the second day, like I told you. This hasn't been the calmest school the last two years." He admitted.
She asked if he had some free time and said that her stuff was stuck in her room, and he chuckled. "Yeah, come on, I'll buy you some lunch and we can catch up." He offered before gesturing for her to join him before he waved to Robert and headed out of the gym. "Honestly, I'm surprised you opted for a roommate this year." Cian said, it was really nice to see Azura again, though they talked often, Cian, like some other teachers and students, pretty much lived at the school during off time.
Knox smiled as he entered the class room, Kingsley of course being the first one to greet him. Reaching down he scratched behind the cat's ear and under its chin. "Hey King." He chuckled, before looking at Reg and shaking his head. "Shit, I don't know if you would get through that pile before I showed up, man." He joked.
"Well you sent me the letters about how I should check this place out a few months ago," Knox shrugged "and you usually pick good places when you actually suggest them. So I looked into it, and it turns out I've met Aren before and he suggested I join as a student." He answered, before chuckling at King clearly not having got enough attention and meowing to get more.
"It's good to see you too, King." Knox chuckled before he reached over and ruffled Kingsley's hair a little bit. "Anyway, I'm not sure what classes I'm taking yet. I was supposed to meet with Aren, but some skinny weird smelling dude told me that our meeting was moved. And Aren would find me when he wasn't busy." Knox rolled his eyes. "So I've walked around this whole damn castle trying to find you guys."