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PostSubject: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 2nd 2015, 10:40 pm

Deep breathing could be heard from Erika as she sat at her desk with her large, pastel colored, silk pillow. It was her near daily practice as most students thought that they had nothing to learn from the lazy-looking instructor, and she was fine with that more nap time. When they were building her classroom they asked her if she had any preferences, so she had them make the room an all black dome that was a hemisphere with a 300 foot diameter. On the walls there were little black rods that looked like hand holds which were retractable by pushing on them individually or by using the remote at Erika's desk. In between each of the rods that blanketed the wall was just enough space for the incandescent lights that were inlaid into the wall and protected by a thick layer of bullet proof glass. These lights illuminated the room well and made it feel/look as if anything on the ground was floating. There were no windows, but there was an emergency vent in the ceiling in the case of smoke (or when it was too hot for Erika to sleep comfortably).  Enough describing the scene though, she waited for her students at the only desk in the room just by the door even though she was sure that she would have this allotted time to relax later that evening during her after school program when few hours had passed since the end of classes. After a long yawn she said, Well I guess it is a good time to nap before all of the students get here. She attempted to pull together the will power to get up from her comfy chair, but the willpower didn't exist.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 2nd 2015, 11:14 pm

Rori sauntered down the halls of the DWMA, grace and billowing obsidian-silk hair in her wake. The heel of her shoes click-click-clicked quickly with each step. Admittedly, she was relatively interested in learning something useful, as her new-found meisterhood hadn't really seemed to do much else for her. At least, not that she'd noticed. With a flick of her wrist, she tossed her hair over her shoulder, strawberry lips pursed as she tugged at the straps of her black, lacy bag. Behind her scurried the all-girl fan-club, whom shadowed her whenever she was in the halls. Her back-pack was heavy with books and love letters, which she'd procured from her locker after first period. She grinned darkly to herself before turning to face the girls, who squealed and swooned. She curtsied and turned to the classroom door, tugging it open, squeals following her and muffling as it shut behind her.



"Ugh. I hate school." Blakely muttered, face scrunched in disgust at the annoying girls in her way. What were they even going on about anyway? She rolled her eyes and scratched the back of her neck, shoving through the bodies blocking the door to the classroom. "Oh c'monnn." she droned, blond waves falling loose from atop her tangled head. Her backpack was getting heavy now, due to the longboard that was secured to the top of it. Her thin tanned legs shimmied through the girly maze and she was already regretting her decision to come to class. It's not like she even needed to as she was meisterless anyway. Just as she reached the front of the crowd, a screaming girl elbowed her in the ribs, sending her stumbling sideways. She huffed crankily, shoving the random female out of her way before yanking the class room door open and slamming it behind her, walls shuddering at the sudden force.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 2nd 2015, 11:23 pm

Hawk walked the halls of the DWMA, heading to class. He appeared very tired, and he was. He had hardly slept at all the previous night, and wasn't ready to put up with any crap that was thrown his way. He stopped and stared at the crowd of girls blocking the door and sighed. "Well, that's just great," he muttered to himself. He waited outside of the door until a small path cleared up enough for him to quickly push through the group, opening the door and quickly closing it behind him, blocking a horde of "fangirls".
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 2nd 2015, 11:39 pm

Hmm, students are beginning to come in already, the sleepy teacher would mumble under her breath. Her hand would fumble around for a few seconds before finding the little remote it was looking for and the hand holds in the wall would retract. Slowly she would get up and she would pull a piece of magenta chalk out of her pocket and write on the wall in large letters,
Professor Thomis
Class: Cmbt 211
Advanced Weapons Techniques - No prerequisites for EAT students.
As you can see, there are no chairs in this class so pick a spot and begin stretching as soon as you come in.

Many students were filing in as she wrote and began stretching, in the time Professor Thomis took to write her message. Once she finished though she took her usual spot at her desk and rested her chin on her pillow. Since her eyes were closed she seemed to be sleeping, but the observant student could tell by the patterns of her body she was very carefully watching her students.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 3rd 2015, 3:37 am

Entering the classroom, Rori's shady greens' flicked this way and that. Odd. There were no seats and the walls, well, the walls were quite strange. "Magenta. Lovely color." Rori stated, hands clasping behind her back as she rocked cutely on her heels. Her fathers' had taught her a thing or two about colors. And she adored the aesthetic their teacher seemed to be going for. She mused dismissively at the boy who entered the classroom. He was clearly shy. She read the board and chose a spot in the center of the room before extending her arms in a slow deep stretch, followed by her touching her toes, nose pressed to her knees effortlessly. That's right, years of dance and martial arts really made for loose muscles. Like her fathers said "A lady must be proper, and must properly defend herself."



Blakely was truly unamused, as she was most of the time. School really had a way of pissing her off for no reason. And the screeching girls outside the door were really setting her hairs on end. She scoffed at the distractingly pink teacher and her gaudy writings on the wall. With a sigh she glared at the boy as he stepped into the weird classroom and made her way, as far as possible, away from the dark haired girl who was already stretching. "Show off." she muttered to herself, finding a corner and tossing her heavy bag onto the ground beside her. She flopped onto her bum, legs folding criss-crossed where she stretched her arms and back.



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OOC://This is what I imagined. Only because imagining the entire classroom as a separate bubble/ dome from the school would mean it was not connected to the school? ._.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 3rd 2015, 11:29 am

Hawk looked around the room with confusion and slight awe. From the domed structure, the fact that there were no seats, and...was the teacher sleeping? "Wait, no," Hawk muttered to himself. It seemed she only appeared to be sleeping. He diverted his attention to the others in the room. The girl with black hair, who that mob of girls followed around, was stretching effortlessly. Hawk did not want to stretch. He found a spot near the back of the dome and, not wanting to stand out, began halfheartedly stretching, still observing everyone around him.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 3rd 2015, 7:58 pm

Kidd made his way through the hallways of the DWMA. For once in his entire academic career, he was concerned with another class besides P.E. Combat Training. Unaware of the fact that a class like this existed (due to his carelessness of school in general), Kidd switched any class he could immediately to get into this one. It's not like it mattered anyways, because he couldn't even remember what subject he was studying before he got into this one. But Combat Training? Seems pretty badass. Although it probably wasn't like him with soccer and P.E, it was probably something else that could be expected to be dominated by The Legend.

As Kidd came closer and closer to the class, he noticed a plethora of girls standing outside of the door to his class. Probably there to get a picture and an autograph from The Legend himself.

"Whoa, whoa, WHOA." Kidd raised his hands halfway above his head like he was surrendering to a police officer. "Yes, it's me, Kidd Götze," Kidd announced so loudly that it could be heard over the screams of all the girls combined, "And yes, I'll be able to sign all your autographs, but you'll have to settle for this, ladies." Kidd had gotten all of their attention now. Kidd pulled a black and white photograph of himself with his signature scribbled across it and taped it to one of the girls forehead's. "Just copy and print that for yourselves, ladies. I know it's value is lowered very little, and you want the real thing, but you'll have to make due with that for now." Kidd told them before pushing each and everyone of them that stood in his way aside. And with that, Kidd walked into his new class.

After dealing with his fandom, Kidd searched the classroom for anyone that he may have knew. Most of them were people that Kidd didn't know personally, except for one person. But before Kidd walked over to his acquaintance, he dropped off a note at the teacher's desk that explained that he'd be a new student in her class. "Listen, that's worth more than possibly all of your family and their ancestors COMBINED. People would literally kill for this note. Use it wisely." Kidd whispered, not willing to sign out anymore autographs for today. He'd be too busy getting his education for that.

Kidd now turned and walked in Blakely's direction, calling her name out quite obnoxiously. "BLAKELLLLYYYYYYYYY." Kidd called out. "I didn't know you were in this class!" He exclaimed loudly, "But to be honest, I didn't think I'd actually see you here since you never show up to school." He said, not taking his rudeness into consideration. "Whatchu doing?" He asked her, standing over her now.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 12:02 am

Rori righted her posture and winked at the girls outside, sending the lot of them into a frenzy of shrill cries and "I love you's" which fueled her ego quietly. She leaned into a side stretch as another male student marched into the classroom after leeching off of her fan-club's undying love for her. She watched him promenade from the entrance to the teacher's desk, brandishing some note like it was made of gold. Rori scoffed aloud at the boy' words. Who was he anyway? She didn't know him, so he obviously wasn't that famous. And not to mention, where was his fan club if he were so popular.


Blakely was still criss-cross-apple-sauce on the floor when Kidd entered. A familiar face for once. Her grinned at him haughtily at his name calling, wrinkling her face playfully as he cockily explained to the teacher the importance of his note. "Look who is gracing us with his magnificence." Blakely teased, looking up at Kidd. She dismissed the comment about her skipping. Duh. She hated school. She rocked back onto her bum, swinging her long tan legs straight out and following suit by touching her toes. "Oh me? Well, I'm just, yuh know, stretching and stuff." she told him, nodding toward the instructions on the board. "Are you gonna show me your skills?" she challenged him with a dorky sneer.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 12:17 am

It was truly an uncomfortable experience for Hawk. Did he enjoy stretching? No. Did he enjoy being in a large dome with exactly 0 people he knew? No. Did he enjoy the two people who stood out the most to him, who seemed to be his opposite, confidently prancing into the classroom like they owned the place? No. But it didn't matter to Hawk. He just kept observing and listening, something he had grown quite skilled at over the years. He laughed a little to himself at his word choice. "Heh. Prancing." He suddenly looked around quickly, hoping no one had heard him. He made a mental note to control his verbal outbursts, which he would need to do if he wanted to stay under the radar. Which he did. Hawk had no intentions of popularity or fame. Those always led to bad things. So the less attention on me, he thought, the better.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 12:30 am

Kidd smiled and nodded as Blakely told him about what she was doing, but the second she even suggested seeing his skills, his face turned tense. Kidd stared straight into her golden eyes, his soul beginning to vibrate back and forth. "I'll kill you." Kidd said with a straight face. After threatening Blakely, he let those words sink in for a moment. A minute passed, Kidd still stared at Blakely, face and emotion unchanging.

"HAAAAAAAAAAA." Kidd laughed, playfully kicking her in the leg. "Of course I'm gonna show my skill, not just to you though," Kidd told Blakely, turning away from her to look at the rest of his classmates, "But to you!" Kidd walked up to some random girl, pointing at her face, "To you!" Kidd walked up to some random guy, pointing at his face, "TO YOU!" Kidd shouted in Hawk's face, "To you...." Kidd whispered in the teacher's ear, so as not to disturb her. And lastly, to the girl that was showing off even more than he was with mere stretches, "ESPECIALLY TO YOU." Kidd held his finger less than an inch away from Rori's face. After he put his finger down, Kidd gave her a determined smile and walked back to Blakely. "But yeah, I got you, fam." Kidd told Blakely, sitting down next to her.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 12:48 am

Blakely struggled to keep a straight face at Kidd who was obviously trying to be dominant. However, her inability to take him seriously was really toying with her capacity to humor him in his antics. "Do it then, Kidd. Kill me." she told him, her tone dropping just as seriously as his own. She hopped up quickly, landing a quick punch on his shoulder and bursting into laughter at the very moment he bellowed "HAAAAAAAAAAA" into her face. She frowned dramatically at his kick. "You'd dare kick a lady? What a scumbag." she huffed, crossing her arms and watching him go off on a tangent.


Rori raised her brows in the spirit of competition, be it the obnoxious competition of a stupid boy, it was competition nonetheless. She teetered her weight onto her right leg, her nose pointed upward brashly as he made his way around the room, wagging his finger in the faces of his classmates. "Oh that's reeeaaallll cute." she purred sarcastically as he visited her personal space last. "Mmmm.Especially me?" she replied, inclining in his direction, her deep green eyes observing his face closely. "We'll see about that." she told him, slapping away his hand carelessly just as he dropped his hand. As he walked away, she too moved closer the quiet boy in the corner. She'd heard him mutter something earlier, but was especially pleased with being light-years away from the loud boy and his girlfriend.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 12:55 am

Hawk had looked down for a while after being yelled at by the very obnoxious kid who had just entered the room. When he looked up, he saw that popular girl, with the fan club, within 10 feet of him. She had been much further a minute ago, he thought to himself, why is she moving over here? He had tried his hardest to stay unnoticed. What had he messed up on? Had it been that small outburst earlier? "No, there's no way she could have heard that," he half thought, half whispered. Crap, he had done it again. He really, REALLY didn't want any attention. He knew it would lead to embarrassment due to his utter lack of conversational skills, and he tried to avoid total embarrassment as often as he could. He subconsciously curled up into a ball, sitting on the ground with his knees tucked in to his chest.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 1:12 am

Kidd watched the girl who he'd addressed last walk over to the boy he'd shouted at the loudest. "Damn, it feels good to be a gangster." Kidd said to himself, just wanting to here himself speak. "And you," Kidd pointed in Blakely's face, "I treat women with respect. My moms is proud of her son for the man he grew up to be." Kidd flexed his biceps, putting emphasis on the "grown" part of his sentence. But Kidd was a soccer player, so there was a little bit to show, but not to much. Not that it mattered anyways, because the ladies loved him for his smile, talent, and.... Well, just about everything. But after he spoke to Blakely, he spread his legs out in front of him and reached for his toes, stretching to prepare for whatever may happen.

As he sat there, he thought about something he'd been thinking about asking Blakely. "Hey, Blakely, do you have a partner? And what weapon do you turn into? You didn't even show me that day." Kidd looked at Blakely now.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 1:37 am

Rori  inched her way closer to the quiet boy. He was clearly introverted and completely anti-social to boot. Hmmm. She tipped her head at him, quietly watching his inner monologue. Oh thinking really got her going. The quiet ones were her favorite. She could spend a lifetime deconstructing their thoughts.  "Oh I heard that." Rori affirmed, her eyes smiling darkly with amusement. "I'm Rori. Rori Kaito." she purred, holding out a slender hand to the quiet boy. "I'm sure we will get along marvelously." she added, eyes gleaming now.


"Well that girl's a real tart." Blakely told Kidd as he returned to her side of the room. "HA! You're a gangster now. You never cease to really blow my mind, in like, a... i dunno." she didn't finish the sentence because she really didn't know what to make of Kidd. He was kind of rude, but she liked it. She also hated that she liked his being an asshole, but it kept her on her toes, and maybe she liked him to keep her from boredom and how life was so dull for her these days. She blinked at him as he touched his toes. "Um. No partner. And that is a secret. You'll just have to wait and see won't you." she added, jumping up and down in place--suddenly feeling energized. Kidd really lit a fire under her ass with his constant booming personality.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 1:45 am

Hawk was sitting, looking down, when he heard a voice. Now in a room full of talking students, he assumed it wasn't directed towards him. But then he registered what was actually said. He felt himself go pale. No, he thought, I am not down for conversation today, or really ever. "I'm Rori. Rori Kaito." He heard. "I'm sure we'll get along marvelously." He sighed and looked up slowly. He realized it was the girl who had the fan girls and had moved closer to him earlier. Uh oh, he thought, trying not to register his slight fear on his face. I don't want to get involved with anyone that popular. Remember, Hawk. Under the radar. All of these thoughts went through his head before he realized he was zoning out. "Ahem. I-I'm Hawk. Nice to meet you..." He half mumbled, half said.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 2:05 am

Kidd sat up straight now, feeling loose enough from his stretches. When Blakely commented on the other girl, Kidd had to get one more look at her. Conversing with the quietest kid in class, huh? Even though she wasn't Kidd's top priority or concern, she sure was an interesting one to watch. Just a moment ago, she wanted all eyes on her, and now she has all her eyes on him. "Let her be. It's not like she's threatening my place at number one or anything, right?" Kidd winked at Blakely.

"Blow your mind up? Like I'm beyond comprehension?" Kidd smiled, taking everything Blakely said as a compliment at this point. Or at least.... Converting everything she said into a compliment. "No partner, huh?" Kidd said, thinking he might have her in the bag. But when she refused to tell him her weapon form straight away, Kidd frowned. "Listen, Blakely, I have something important to tell you." Kidd leaned in closely to Blakely's ear. Kidd grabbed a loose strand of hair that was covering Blakely's ear.

"I'm the brightest star that graces every single universe and galaxy. You're keeping a secret from me, leaving me in the dark, but a star as bright as me isn't used to being left in the dark for too long." Kidd whispered in her ear, before he tucked the loose strand of hair behind her ear. To be frank, Kidd didn't know what he was talking about, but he needed to stay witty.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 2:27 am

Rori wrinkled her nose at the boy. He didn't shake her hand and so she dropped it to her side. "Interesting." she mused, lips pursed into a tight line. She gazed at him almost too closely as the meager shadow of emotion fought to stay bottled inside. She straightened her posture now, a very strange look on her face as if she were looking right through him. She could see his discomfort and made a silent promise to fix that problem as quickly as she could manage. She waited. She could wait, and wait. Patience was a virtue they said, and Rori was quite virtuous in that regard. "Hawk." She repeated, rolling the name over her tongue like candy. Her soft smoky voice sizzled. Connections were really her thing, you know. The more the merrier. The more information she collected, the larger her catalog of people to crush became. "I'm a meister." she told him casually, patting the dark lace of her black skirt.


Blakley followed Kidd's eyes as he looked over at Rori. She wondered if Rori was really a threat to Kidd's ego, or if Kidd was maybe over reacting. "I mean... yeah. There's no way she could threaten you..." Blakely replied awkwardly, not entirely convinced herself. Blakely knew that smile. That shit-eating grin Kidd seemed to wear when his ego was being well-fed. Of course she hadn't meant to feed him at all, and so she sighed, shoulders sulking a bit. She met his eye at the declaration of his having something important to say. She doubted it, really. "Oh!" She squeaked. Her head lurching back at the tickle of Kidd's breath on her ear.  Brow furrowing, she felt herself squirm as he tucked a strand of hair behind her ear, whispering nonsense. Her stomach fluttered. What the hell is wrong with me? What the fuck is he even talking about? She stared at him in semi-shock and confusion. "I... I'm sorry?" she replied, voice shuddering a bit. "I mean... um..." she tripped over words. What were words again? What did he really want her to say?
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 2:34 am

Hawk looked away for a bit, then realized that Rori was still talking to him. He heard his name and looked up curiously, seeing her staring bullets into him. He REALLY did not like being inspected so closely. He shuffled around a bit to try and ease some of the situational awkwardness that befell him. It didn't work. He looked back at her. She seemed to be waiting for something, expecting something. He just kept looking back at her. Eventually, she said something about being a meister, and he responded, avoiding eye contact. "Yeah, I'm a weapon." He said, nervously. " I'm somewhat new at the DWMA." He couldn't believe he was sharing so much information about himself. Something about Rori made him want to talk, and he didn't like it.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 2:47 am

Kidd waited to see if his magical words had an effect on Blakely. And sure enough, they did. It wasn't the reaction that Kidd wanted to get out of her, but it was another thing that Kidd could mold into a positive situation for himself. "Yep, beyond comprehension." Kidd laughed at Blakely who was having a difficult time trying to find the right words to say.

"Hey, listen. Don't worry about it." Kidd shushed Blakely, putting her awkwardness to rest. "If I got to meet someone as great as myself, I'd probably have a hard time finding the right words to say too!" Kidd confessed, nearly shedding a tear. If his mom were here right now, what would she think? Her baby grew up to have men and women alike stumbling over their own words just to converse with him. It was truly a sight to behold. "I hope you're still not thinking about something to say," Kidd said with a disappointed tone, "You're reading too much into yesterday's paper." Kidd told her, nodding his head in disappointment, whether Blakely was still having a hard time with her words or not.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 3:03 am

She liked that he was trying his best to actually look at her. That's right, looky looky. She blinked cutely at him. "Oh, don't be nervous." she chided, smile softening a bit. She didn't want to terrify him just yet. He turned his head down from her and she watched his lips part with each quiet word he could muster. "A weapon?" she cooed, brows rising and falling with excitement. "How favorable." she muttered to herself, nodding at him. "I'm kinda new too." She told him, rocking back and forth on her heels, fingers clasped together against her waist. She tipped her head back to look him over once more, eyes alight with the flames of an idea. She reached a hand out, just grazing Hawk's arm a slight electric buzz tingling against her skin and fizzing out once she dropped her arm again. "Oooo-hoo-hoo." she giggled at the boy. "Did you feel, did you feel?" she taunted, her curiosity at its peek.


"Wai-" Blakely's words fell as Kidd spoke over her. "Listen..Ki-" again he spoke. "Uh.." she began yet again, falling silent under his voice. "UGH!" She groaned, placing two firm hands on Kidd's shoulders and giving him a shake. She reached up and took his chin in the palms of her hands. "Can you maybe, just shut up for, I dunno... one second." she stated sternly, giving him a slight glare. "You're just being weird." she huffed, dropping her hands and turning to face the front of the room again rather than giving him too much unwarranted attention. She couldn't wait to punch him one of these days. "HA! As if." she retorted. "It's my secret to keep. Why should you get to know, huh?" she huffed a bit more and began stretching more vigorously than before.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 3:15 am

Hawk was not happy. This was just about the opposite of an ideal situation for him. He really wanted nothing more than for one of those fan girls to sprint in the room and drag Rori away, because he did not want to talk to her. She seemed to be taunting him, almost, with the way she kept persisting with the conversation. He was confused for a second on her comment about him being..."favorable". She couldn't mean...no, there was absolutely no way that they could be a weapon/meister pair. She made him too uncomfortable. He couldn't deal with it. Then she reached out suddenly and touched his arm. He DID feel the electric shock, and it startled him greatly. "Wh-how-why-" he stuttered. "No..." He muttered to himself. It couldn't be, could it? He looked around in bewilderment, at this point willing to accept conversation if it meant not talking to this girl, who intrigued but also intimidated him. Hell, he would even listen to that cocky kid talk instead of this.


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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 3:37 am

Kidd could've rambled on and on, and he probably would've, but he stopped when Blakely decided to manhandle the Man. Kidd was actually taken by surprise when the much smaller, thinner, and much more formidable than expected Blakely shut him down. Kidd's eyes grew wide as she shook him by his shoulders and she grabbed him by his chin with both hands. When she finally let go of Kidd's face, Kidd had to actually take a minute to think of how to react.

"Damn, bit-"

No. Blakely is a savage. I don't want her to get on my case again....

Instead, Kidd crossed his arms and looked in the opposite direction of Blakely. "How am I being the weird one, huh?" Kidd asked her, resisting the urge to look over at the blonde headed girl. "Most people wouldn't even dare treat greatness like that...." Kidd told her, slowly starting to look over at her from the corner of his eye. When Kidd noticed she wasn't giving him the time of day, this really threw him off.

"Look at me when you speak to me!" Kidd waved his hand in her face, doing anything to get her to look at him again. "What are you looking at anyways?" Kidd looked ahead to see the two he'd shouted at again. "Huh. Dude looks a little uncomfortable...." Kidd frowned, pitying the poor sap. There wasn't much to confirm it now, but in Kidd's eyes, the girl was coming on to the quiet kid. And she was coming on a bit too hard.

"Why should I know? Because, we're peers! We're all equals and should not conceal anything from each other!" Kidd stated, being the biggest hypocrite the world's ever known. "I mean, just a few days ago, I went to this grocery store, and the lady working there asked me what my favorite cereal is! Who knows what type of money she could be making with that type of information." Kidd said, obviously offended at the grocery store worker. "And besides, if I have to be releasing valuable info like that, why is it a big deal for me to know what your weapon form is?" Kidd asked Blakely, truly believing that his favorite cereal and her weapon form were at equals in terms of overall importance.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 11:09 am

I see that you all have finished your stretches, Professor Thomis said as she slid her chair back and it screeched along the black floor. So for my lesson today. With a flick of her wrist Professor Thomis's pillow became a quilt, and she began slowly walking towards the center of the room. I am going to need everyone against the wall, except. From under her blanket her right arm snapped up, pointer finger and pinky pointing at Blakely and Kidd, and her left arm did the same except pointed at Rori and Hawk instead. Flicked from each of the four finger was a piece of chalk that was moving at an incredible velocity comparable to that of a soul wavelength bullet. As the pieces of chalk flew further and further away the fourstrings that Professor Thomis made her quilt with separated and her quilt unraveled. You four come to the center of the room, promptly. If the chalk hit, then on contact with the piece of skin that was being aimed for (the forehead if it was visible) there would be a little bruise left as the pieces of magenta chalk exploded into dust.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 8:10 pm

Rori snapped her gaze away from him. She could see his utter horror at what she'd just showed him. And alas, she wasn't one to blatantly torture someone without good reason. And while seeing his discomfort was pleasurable, she didn't want Hawk to faint or anything before the class even got rolling. "I don't mean to bother you." she sighed, almost dramatically, but managing to keep it natural enough to seem legitimately apologetic. At this, a sharp sting bloomed across her temple and reached a quick hand up to the wound, her hand coming away with magenta dust. "OH!" She squeaked, looking to their professor as she summoned them to the center of the classroom.



"Were you really about to call me that?" she snapped at him, nose wrinkled with distaste at being called such. She could see Kidd turn away out of the corner of her eye, yet she persisted, keeping her gaze steadily forward, watching Hawk and Rori socialize, to Hawk's obvious discomfort. Ignoring Kidd's nonsense was becoming second nature to her, and she wondered if most of his fellow classmates had developed this skill as well.  Poor guy. She thought as Kidd spoke the same of the two across the room.

At first, Kidd's argument seemed valid. Yes they were peers, and Blakely did think they were equals, but Kidd, well she knew Kidd thought he was above and beyond herself and everyone else. And this alone made her giving him the the most disgusted and dissapointed face she could muster. Which was rather easy if one let Kidd's words sink in. "The amount of shit you're full of is just ridicu- OW!" She frowned, brow furrowing as a piece of chalk smacked her in the forehead. A tiny pink cloud of dust left a red, hot circle in the very center of her face and she rubbed it sadly. She looked over at Kidd as the teacher directed them to the center of the room and she hated coming to class even more than she'd ever have.
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PostSubject: Re: The Combat Classroom (open)   August 4th 2015, 8:19 pm

Hawk was still in shock at what had just happened. He couldn't believe that there was some kind of reaction between the two's souls. He was snapped out of his deep thought from Rori. "I don't mean to bother you," she had said. Hawk sighed and replied. "N-no, you're not bothering me, it's just-OW!" He felt the sharp blow straight to the back of his skull, and he fell forwards onto his knees from the impact. "What the hell?" He said to himself. He heard some snickers from the crowd of other students by the wall, and instantly went red. Didn't I say that Hawk didn't like to be embarrassed? He stood up and turned to the teacher, who was now standing towards the middle of the classroom. A faint cloud of magenta dust still lingered around his head, and he made his way slowly toward the teacher.
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