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Class 1: The Races

Post by «Cardinal System» on Tue Mar 22, 2016 10:07 pm

Sitting back in his chair Kai had his eyes close, and both feet proped up on his desk. The bell had not rang, so he didn't not have to worry about teaching his class. For months now he has been giving the same old lessons about the races. At times it bored him, he would rather be out on the battle feild fighting Vampires but he was stuck teaching brats, as he called them. That's what he got for disobeying orders. He nearly got his whole squad killed, now he was paying for it. Kai reached for the lite cigerette in his mouth and pulled it out. Soon after he blew out smoke then put it out in his ash tray. Aftwards he hide the ash tray and ran his fingers through hi blonde hair, class was starting soon.
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Post by Guest on Tue Mar 22, 2016 10:31 pm

Luna was walking through the hallway, making her way to her next class. It had been the same for a while now, and she hated it. Most kids in this school tended to only think of themselves, and many of them had forgotten or no idea at all what's outside those walls. She could still remember it crystal clearly, almost as if she had just arrived inside yesterday. Her reddish black hair brushed past her shoulders as her feet clicked in the corridor. She was willing to bet most people here only actually talked to her due to her heritage. Something, she definitely could have done without, but is thankful for it anyway. Being a Hiiragi will surely help her once she gets out of this godforsaken school. A few minutes before class even started, her feet found themselves at the door. Her grey eyes peering inside for a bit before her hands finally decided to open the door and her boot continued to click against the floor as she sat down in her usual spot, the middle of the classroom. Not too far from the teacher where he would suspect anything, not too close to where she' deem like a problem and definitely not by the window. She sighed as she pulled out a book from her back and allowed her eyes to scan them as she waited for the bell to ring.

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Post by «Cardinal System» on Tue Mar 22, 2016 10:43 pm

The bell gave it's first ring letting everyone know that class has started. Kai would shake his head in dissappointment sadly for him it was time to teach his first lesson of the day. He's feet would slap the ground and he will stand up looking twoards the doorway that Luna was standing in. "Well Kidos it's time to get this hell started'! Soon afterwards he would turn to face the chalk board. He will start by scribing his name on the board "Mr. Kai" and afterwards write the lesson of the class "Races". He will then turn around giving his students a chance to take their seats before he started to talk.
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Post by Guest on Tue Mar 22, 2016 10:54 pm

*Yawn* Sada would let out a small but sharp yawn as he slept in the back of the classroom. Some of the students could say that he's been in that one spot since this morning and hasn't necessarily moved for any other reason. Sada was generally a likeable guy that had a normal dream, but the rumors that circled around what happened to his family seemingly changed him. He looked the same, and there probably wasn't any difference that can be seen instantly, but they were right. Sada did chance. "....." Sada opened one eye as soon as he  noticed student taking a seat and Mr. Kai writing something on the board. After assessing the situation, Sada closed his eye again.

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Post by Guest on Tue Mar 22, 2016 11:01 pm

The class wasn't full, their being plenty of seats left over for students to fill. Though more than just me and my brother filled the classroom. I didn't pay close attention to their appearances, and decided to close my book to see what the teacher would be doing now, considering he had appeared to be just lounging around earlier. The way he referred to this class as 'Hell' didn't exactly raise any expectations I had. The teacher introduced himself as Mr.Kai, and he would be teaching about the different races. To be honest, it surprised me that anyone wouldn't know what class they were taking. I guess it's a formality to be taken? The teachers do seem to do it every year. My silver eyes glanced over, and waited to see what would happen next, curiosity shining over all.

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Post by «Cardinal System» on Tue Mar 22, 2016 11:51 pm

Kai would turn and face his class to see a male and female. Too no suprise the class was empty , although he thought it will be a few more students. What could he wasy though the world was ending. Humans was getting fewer by the moment. Though it would had been nice to have a few more students. Kai would have a large grin on his face as he tried to force a smile to run arcoss it. "Well which of you two could tell me about the known races existing in our times.?" His foot would begin to tap on the floor. He did not expect for anyone to answer.
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Post by Guest on Wed Mar 23, 2016 8:20 am

"mmmm......" Sada slowly sat up and mumbled something. After he gathered his bearings and looked around, he fully woke himself up and decided that he should probably answer the question. "Well the only races that I know about are the three prevailing ones. The humans, the vampires, the four horseman of john, and the demons that live in the weapons that the imperial demon army use. Every single other races existence is hazardous to human kind,  and if it wasn't for the weapons, the demons would be a problem as well.

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Post by Guest on Wed Mar 23, 2016 8:59 am

I turned around to get a clearer picture of who had spoken, though I did have previous knowledge of who he was. I wasn't particularly close to any of my siblings, due to various different circumstances. The teacher seemed highly agitated for some unknown reason to me. As the question asked was answered, I didn't find much reason to repeat what had been said. I agreed with what Sada said, and wondered just how long this class would be, considering I doubted there was much to be said about the different races that would be beneficial, as there are definitely more than those 4, but not worth mentioning for the purpose most people would be taking this class. "I can agree with that." I added.

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Post by Takato on Wed Mar 23, 2016 4:51 pm

Late as always Takato had at last found the will to go to class. It was a struggle, he hated book work. All he wanted to do was fight Vampires, no one said anything about school. Even when the world was Sane he had never taken a class. Now he went from a million dollar man to just a student. Takato would make his way into the class. His large white tee shirt hanging to his tight would hide the fact he was sagging. He wore a pair of shades to hide the fact his keys was red. He would walk in as Sada was giving his answer to Mr. Kai's questions. He would sit next to Sada and place his head on his desk showing no interest.
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Post by «Cardinal System» on Wed Mar 23, 2016 4:59 pm

Being pleased with the answers his students gave him, he would clap his hands in joy "Bingo!" he shouted. " Lets start with Humans, which are us. We are not live stock people but the last. You see Humans are now using demons in weapons to take back our home. We humans take cursed simtulant pills to even out the odds. Look around at the class, and hold the last of the humans dear." Kai began to drift back to how his squad almost died becuse of him but quickly snapped out. "Then the Vampires those nasty blood suckers. So far we know about Two class of these black bloods, the nobles and Common. The Nobles use first class weapons and can increase their power so be careful. The common vampires are not really a threat with their second class weapons.When you engage in a fight with a vampire kill it. Next the four horsemen of john are to be taken serious, their numbers tend to grow. Try to avoid them at all cost or kill them as a team. Next we have demons, which was once Vampires who have turned into demons by not feeding. Your cursed gear can be dangerous if your demon takes you over. If anyone lose control of their gear and the demon takes over, kill them on sight. Any questions?"


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Post by Guest on Wed Mar 23, 2016 5:20 pm

My silver eyes followed the red haired man as he walked in late, with his shades covering his eyes. His face was undiscernable at the current moment, and I found myself being unable to place his face with a name. Giving by how late he was, I doubted he cared too much on this class. It was a necessity, unfortunately. The teacher seemed satisfied with Sada's answer, and didn't even comment on the kid late to class. He then explained what Sada hadn't, and asked if anyone had any questions. I thought the explanation cleared up most things quiet nicely, but I did have one question. I figured I probably know the answer, but there was a chance I was wrong. Besides, why not share the knowledge around? "Has any human who has been taken over by their demon, successfully been able to conquer it? Or is it always a given they won't?" I asked, wondering how the teacher would respond to the inquiry. 

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Post by Guest on Wed Mar 23, 2016 5:32 pm

It was rare for Izumi to be late to a class, even though she couldn't care less about them. All she cared about was getting her hands on a good weapon and being taught the ropes of spellcrafting. The only reason Izumi didn't skip the classes she didn't find interesting enough, was because she cared about her reputation, and didn't want people to know her as some ignorant girl who skips classes. 

She would be a disgrace to her family if that was how people saw her.

When Izumi arrived at the classroom, she would stand still in front of the door for a few seconds, letting out a sigh and putting up the fake sarcastic smile of hers before finally opening the door and walking in. Her teacher seemed to be busy talking about nobles or something, so Izumi decided not to disturb him with an apology, and instead she would make her way to her usual spot, which was a seat in the front of the class and right next to the window. She sat down and looked around the classroom, which was mostly empty, before looking at the teacher who asked them if there were any questions, which she didn't have.

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Post by Guest on Fri Mar 25, 2016 9:30 am

Sada looked next to him briefly and then turned back as the professor seemed to add what he missed. Well, that's what Sada probably gets from sleeping in class from time to time, it wasn't really his fault.  That's just they way his genetics worked, probably. "Hmm?" When the girl raised her hand and asked the question that if there was ever a time a human that was ever taken over by a demon able to fight it off, Sada actually spoke up for a change. "The reason why we are even able to use demon weapons is   because human beings have the strongest will power. It's unlikely for any one of us in this room to get taken over,  because your only choice after that is death." Sada would then look over to Lunaria from his seat. "If you don't want to die, win...simple right?" 

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Post by Guest on Fri Mar 25, 2016 9:40 am

It seemed a little racist to me, that Sada would shrug it off as Humans having the greatest willpower. What if a Vampire had more? Or perhaps a demon? That is how demons take over their hosts...right? So apparently no one had ever come back after being completely taken over, probably didn't have the time to either. I did agree with his last sentence completely though. Winning is the simplest way to survive, though sometimes it is with a cost. "Winning is often the simplest way to survive." I agreed. There was more to say but...Prolonging this class was not my intention. I highly doubted anyone here disagreed with me.

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