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Chapter VII Earthian School is StupidChapter VII
Earthian School is Stupid
It was Tuesday when they finally had Yuutoko registered. She was now in Quinn’s car with the other girls and was pouting.
“Isn’t this exciting Yuutoko?” Fire Heart said in a peppy way, “Think of all the friends you’ll make!”
“Shut your hole, Tegisaigan!” Yuutoko shot, “You know this is totally asinine!”
“Look, I’m only trying to brighten the mood here,” Fire Heart explained, “Seriously, you don’t have to be so negative about it.”
“I can be as negative as I damn well please!” Yuutoko sulked, “This was a stupidly redundant idea to begin with! I don’t need Earthian school and you know it!”
“I’m with you there, Yuutoko,” Carman was sulking beside her, “On Popil, I wouldn’t have to go to school if I didn’t want to!”
“That explains so much, Carman,” Yuutoko snickered.
Chapter VI ReaperChapter VI
Ever since Yuutoko was young, her sleeping mind was constantly plagued by nightmares. The nightmares just seemed to get worse now that she was on Earth. She had dreams that the scientists at the mental institution found her and dragged her back to Yasha. One of the doctors there, Dr. Kiok, would then beat her into submission for leaving, like he always did. She was then shoved into a cell, but she was certainly not alone. She looked up and saw a tall, skinny boy with hair that was partially white and a red and blue eye. A frenzied smile crossed the boy’s face as his bony fingers reached out to tear Yuutoko’s clothes off.
“Stop! Laiga no!” Yuutoko screamed as she awoke.
Yuutoko looked around at her surroundings and saw that she was safe in Quinn’s living room. She saw it was still dark outside and lied back down. She couldn’t stand the thought of going back to sleep. She knew if she tried, the boy would succeed in dominating her.
Chapter V An Ugly and Beautiful PlanetChapter V
An Ugly and Beautiful Planet
Landing on this planet was less than graceful (Yuutoko had accidentally broken the hover function in the mechanism room). The ship hovered for a few seconds but then it dove nose-first into the ground. Fire Heart and Yuutoko were tossed all around in their seats like rag dolls.
“A-are we dead?” Yuutoko managed to choke out.
“I don’t know. Let’s check,” Fire Heart smacked Yuutoko across the face.
“Ow! What was that for?” Yuutoko shouted now rubbing her reddening cheek.
“Well, we’re definitely alive,” Fire Heart unbuckled her seatbelt and got up, “Let’s see if we can walk.”
“Not a bad idea,” Yuutoko got up as well and followed Fire Heart, “So what planet is this?”
“I don’t know,” Fire Heart answered, “It didn’t recognize the solar system.”
“Maybe it’s Popil or something,” Yuutoko suggested,
Chapter IV Angsty Little ManiacChapter IV
Angsty Little Maniac
Gray clouds looked to be settled on top of the gray dismal looking building in the middle of a dense forest. A lone hooded figure studied the written instruction scrawled on a torn piece of paper. The figure walked closer to the forbidden building with fear and determination in her heart.
“This… must be the place. At least I hope so.” The figure said clutching the instructions. The figure took another look at the paper, and then ran towards the building. The building looked even more dismal as she got closer. It seemed very cold and unfriendly, not inviting at all. Yet, it was deemed appropriate for a powerful warrior to be living in here; strong warriors usually don’t live in posh, pampered homes. The figure took a deep breath and entered inside the building.
“Oh a visitor, do you have an appointment?” a female receptionist asked at the front desk. The interior wasn’t much different from the outside. Cold
Chapter II Big Trouble for Little YuutokoChapter II
Big Trouble for Little Yuutoko
Yuutoko stared at the school with awestruck eyes. “Wow! It’s so big!”
Her mother smiled as she led her into the building, “Now remember to listen to what the teacher says and be on your best behavior okay?”
Yuutoko wasn’t listening; her focus was on everything that was going on. Students as young as her were walking hand-in-hand with their parents, while older students just traveled in packs with others. Yuutoko clutched her mother’s hand as they traveled down the hallway.
“Why is everything so big?” She wondered out loud. Mr. Redeyes, who had to follow her along, glanced about with great disgust.
“These street urchins are everywhere, and this is the best school your parents could get you? Poor deprived child.”
Yuutoko looked up at Mr. Redeyes with acute curiosity, “Hmm? Did you say something Mr. Redeyes?”
Before he could answer Mrs. Marshio intervened. “Um Yuut
Chapter I Mr. Red-eyesChapter I
A hundred millennia had passed since the harsh reign of Kento (in Earth terms that would be a hundred years) and Yasha seemed to be slowly recovering. Even though much of it was still in a depression, there was no longer a widespread famine. The current king, a descendent of the late General Sorkeb, chose to devote more money to science than the military. This made way for great scientific breakthroughs but also made way for extremist practices. Some of these practices include the splicing of DNA into unborn children; not many children survived this splicing and the government often disposed of the few who did. However, there were a handful that did survive; a little girl by the name Yuutoko Marshio was one of the survivors.
The Marshio family was one of the hardest hit by the depression. They lived in a small, ramshackle, old house that seemed to be falling apart, they got packaged food rations from the government, and they couldn’t even afford to put litt
The BeginningHe told them, of course. He told those idiots everything, the whole damn story, including the blunder he'd made, and its consequences. Looking back on it later, he realized he had probably been in shock the whole time. It made sense, anyone would have been.
Soph was about twenty years old, and he'd been that way for a couple of years already, ever since the Hoarde had started attacking humanity from the past. Every day that passed, they ate at another day in the past. It sickened him. Those creatures had absolutely no regard for proper time and causality protocols.
It didn't seem to affect anyone else that way, though.
The Hoarde was the result of a human creation, of course, like everything bad in the world, though no one else knew about them. Then again, no one else had undiluted access to the power of creation. Even he didn't know much about the Hoarde, only that they appeared through some tear in The Fabric of The World and started killing people off. They appeared at some point in
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