Yunneth finished her training for the morning and would come back for her afternoon training session after lunch and of course the graduation. But first she felt like taking a talk to a special place. Last year, her and her friends found a lost temple of Black Moon. It seems it was one of the few temples that was sued as a worship area for the dark weapon. But now it was abandoned. It is a piece of history she wanted to keep intact...even if she loathed the weapon. It had been there longer than the school yet it was still intact but hidden by fallen greenery. Plus it was deep into the woods. It was two miles away as well. Yunneth made her tract there and began to walk to the lost temple. It had...a calming a presence. It was a place where she could think. Soon enough she gets there and gets herself through the door way that was coated in vines. It was much bigger before yet at some point the rest of the building was buried. What was once a tower is now a door way for Yunneth to go through. Soon she began to explore the temple again as she sometimes does. She could feel the memories of her predecessors. Every moment they were here. Every joy. Every pain. It gave a cold but...strangely comforting feeling. Why was it though? It was something she could not figure out. Yunneth shook her head and continues to walk the halls. Yet with every step she could feel the eyes of the departed. They were staring at here. One thing not mentioned is this place was haunted. Yet Yunneth did not mind. She didn't fear spirits. She would simply chuckle and if one attacked she could easily defend herself. Perhaps that is another reason why Yunneth shows no fear in such a blood filled place...
On his way to the café he sees everyone saying their congratulations to the graduates. He makes an annoyed grunt, Damn idiots need to say what they feel, instead of what the person wants to hear. Being as old as he is Tai knows that people tend to say what they truly want or mean when it's too late. shaking these thoughts out of his head he makes his way into the cafeteria. Which to his misfortune was beginning to overflow with people. "ugh."
Kiyu began to wander around, looking for Yunneth unaware she was wandering the temple near by. Though he was hoping she wasn't. Ever since they found it, she has been somewhat obsessed with it. It worried him but before he bothered to search there he wanted to search the school. Starting with the cafeteria. He looks around and see's the cafeteria was filled up. Not as much as usual but well enough.
"Yunneth! Yunneth! Where are ya?!"
He had a bit of a worried look on his face. Ever since the fight almost a year ago, Kiyu refused to let her go alone when ever he could help it. He wanted to protect her. From everyone and even from herself. After seeing she wasn't there, he grumbles in annoyance and began to tap the table with his claws.
While waiting in line he hears a familiar voice. Unfortunately he wasn't very fond of the owner of said voice. He turns his head back to confirm his assumption, and he assumed right. It was the red head kid that hung out with yunneth. Tai got out of line , and walked towards him. Need to keep this idiot form trashing the place. Tai taps his shoulder, "Oi, you looking for friend?"
Kiyu felt the tap on his shoulder and turns around and see's Tai. He still wasn't overly found of him after he almost killed Yunneth. Yunneth held no ill will towards him but Kiyu was still a little bent about it. Yet he wasn't going to let bad blood get in the way. Even he knew when to. Kiyu just looks at Tai. He wasn't glaring at him but he had sincere worry. When he asked, Tai looked at him. Should he tell him? Kiyu's claws went back to being human like nails and soon Kiyu crossed his arms, still with a worried look on his face.
"Yeah. Yunneth. Please tell me you have seen her around..."
This coming from a beast that wanted to kill him was surprising. Either he was restraining himself for the woman he respected the most or he has learned to wave away bad blood and try to ignore it. Either way such a thing seemed out of place.
"Well I haven't seen her here, and she'd be easy to spot in this crowd." Tai knew she'd stay away from people she didn't know. So she wouldn't even be in here the way it is. "Did you try searching places where she'd hang out, or go to get some peace of mind?"
Kiyu looked around and though about it. he had a point. There weren't many students around. Perhaps worry was getting the better of him? Kiyu was surprised Tai was actually giving suggestions. Yet...he figured it was to get him out. Usually Kiyu would have said something that would pretty much raise hell in under ten seconds but it wasn't the time. After thinking for a moment, Kiyu sat down a moment to think. It was rare to see him like this. Soon the tips of his hair began to glow a little like warm embers yet so far they weren't burning anything. They were simply responding to Kiyu's worry. After a moment, Kiyu nodded.
"Y-yeah. I think I know. But I am wanting to be sure she isn't around the school. Let's say it's for...assurance."
Kiyu rubs his ember glowing hair for a moment and doesn't look at Tai. So far so good...
Sky stood in his room buttoning up his shirt for the ceremony. Kids he grew fondness of were now moving on and a new set of students come in. He smiled, remembering his graduation. He almost didn't graduate, not only because of his grades, but because of the trap he set under the stage. Who knew graduation gowns were flammable? Headmistress was not too happy with him, but I'm sure she was expecting him to do something. However, that boy years ago has turned into Sky now. He saw himself in all of them. Aleena's self doubt and shyness (believe it or not) he didn't like who he was and didn't have many friends starting out, but eventually with the support of the teachers and students he over came his fears. Tai's temper, god he got into a lot of trouble back then. The list goes on. And most of all, he found a stable relationship, that he almost destroyed but that's what made it all the more meaningful. As he got to the center button he stopped, staring at the marks on his chest. The ugly scars she made. All for what? Maybe he'd never know, but he'd always remember. Though Alessia has helped soothe his wounds significantly.
He slipped the button under the fabric one last time, and looked into the mirror. He looked like a... teacher. Oh god. That made him chuckle. With that, he stepped out of his room, locking the door and walked outside. At least this year he won't have to speak.
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