Aya stayed in her lounging position for a while before she finally spoke up. "I'm Aya Shi. I like a few things I will not disclose, and I hate a lot of things." Her eyes met Naruto, then Sakura's, then Kakashi's, her eyes devoid of emotion. "What I want to do is to find the man who killed my parents and bring him to justice..." At all costs, She thought.
"...And then I'm going to make my way up in the village." Of course, she was lying. She was going to leave once the snake was brought to justice. Make her own way in the world, start with a clean slate. Kakashi seemed to see she was lying and his eyes narrowed, unseen by anyone but Aya herself thanks to her sharp vision. She stared calmly right back at him, innocence feigned in her glassy eyes. No, she'd lost her innocence long ago with her parents.
Kakashi then looked around at the three. "Well then, Let's get something across here. I'm going to put you three through a survival exercise tomorrow. This will determine whether you pass or fail as an Academy student. And let me tell you now...The graduation exams? Those were nothing compared to what this will be. You will be required to use every bit of your training to pass. These tests have a 67% rate of failure. And those who fail...Are sent back to the academy."
Aya's eyes narrowed as she stared at him, then her gaze went around the team, watching their reactions. Hmmm... She had a feeling something would go wrong.