The 11th Generation of the Vongola Familiga. This is purely fan-made and the 11th Generation is not out yet in the manga either. You can make your own character's(OC) or you can be an existing character from the series. This page is meant for role-playing with your own or the already avilable characters.The setting for this takes place 1o-15 yrs after the 'present time' and Choice game. Thus, most of the people in Decimo's Family should be around 25-30yrs old.
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I sighed as sat down in the grass. Today was a beautiful afternoon where any dream could come true. Actually, today a dream does come true. My graduation from Namimori High.
I smiled as I had dreamed of this moment for a while; no more schooling for me. Unlike the others, I won’t be going to college; I’ll be able to dedicate my time to my job as the Varia Mist Guardian. The job now entitles me to protect Tsuyoshi-kun, my boss, and the main family from disasters.
I put cap on my head (I had didn‘t put my hair up today), soon it’ll be time to walk down the stage outside, where the sakuras, my favorite flower, are blooming. Soon, it’ll be time for the valedictorian to give her speech. To be more accurately correct, it would be time to give my speech. I had, not only been the president of the disciplinary committee for all four years, but made the grades to be the top of my class. All that work paid off because this day, this moment was the most joyous moment ever.
I stood up as I heard the school band start to play. Soon our headmaster will start the graduation ceremony. I quickly
scanned the crowd as I saw many family members and relatives of other families watch as they were about to see their child get the diploma.
I sort of sighed as I looked down in my lap. I had no family for support. My mom and dad died due to an attack on the Vongola Famiglia in an attempt to get my Lens, the legendary Daemon Spade’s Devil Lens. The only family that I truly have is Tsuyoshi.
Tsuyoshi is a year older than me. He is like my big brother, caring for me and watching out for me. His parents were also killed by a rival mafia family; however, he joined the Vongola-Varia; whereas I, was born into the Vongola Family, seeing how my great-great-great-great grandfather was Daemon Spade.
Although, Tsuyoshi is my “brother;” he wasn’t here today. It wasn’t because he had better things to do; it was due to something coming up that required the soon to be Varia’s boss. Even though I wanted so much for him to be here and see me, I’m glad he wasn’t here today; actually, I uninvited him to the graduation ceremony when I found out certain things.
“Attention, attention. We would all like to thank you for coming today. We shall now kick off this graduation with the speech from the Valedictorian.” I little smiled as he was calling for me. “This girl has done very well in her years here. Not only having the top grades, but she is also the head of the disciplinary committee. Let me introduce to you, Nagi-” He stopped as one of the students gave him some information. “I’m sorry people; it seems that she isn’t here. So, we will now hear a speech from the salute Victorian.” A tear came in my eye.
It was true.
I wasn’t at my own graduation. I was standing on a hill at a far distance, watching everything take place. I watched as everyone obtained their diploma and shook hands with the headmaster. My hand turned into a fist as I held tightly to my already received one.
Not even on this day, I could not be normal. I wiped my tear away. The only reason I wasn’t there was because of the Mafioso, the Varia.
Then the last speech was made about how we should go on, finish our schooling, getting a job, raising families, things that I may never have. I won’t go to college directly; I will be in Varia but go to a very private college. I won’t be getting a normal job; I’ll be in the Mafia. I won’t be raising a family soon either. Like I could find any kind guy in the mafia; even if I could, I may not be able to bring myself up to raise a child into this life.
Soon everyone threw there caps up in praise. I sighed as I took my off and threw it too. I smiled as I watched it go up in the air. Although, a man, who had been with me this whole time, came up to me and put a hand on my shoulder. “Nagi Spade-san, we need to go. It’s getting too close to the dead line.”
I turned to face the driver. “Right.” I said as I pulled my blue hair up into a low pony tail. I grabbed my bag and got in the car.
When I got inside, I looked at my darkened window. I didn’t go to my own graduation because I was needed on assassination mission here in Japan. I had no time to enjoy my graduation party or graduate with them. I should’ve left ten minutes ago, but I’ll manage that time loss.
My mission today was to take out some people who threatened to harm the soon to be Vongola Boss, Sawada Shinichi. All in this afternoon. I sighed as quietly pulled my gun out. “Arivederci~” I pulled the trigger and killed the driver. He was one of my three targets. I quickly used my illusions and jumped out of the car which was now driving towards a cliff. I smirked as I walked on, not paying attention to the big explosion that occurred. “Now, you show up.” I smirked as my other opponents came out.
I easily defeated them and took back the files on us that they had stolen. I stuffed the folders in my bag and got my pocket watch out. “I knew time would make up the time.” I smiled but that smile soon faded when I realized that I had to walk to the Vongola Base. “Great.” I started to walk towards the Vongola base; more specifically, to the mist, cloud entrance that Hibari-san uses found at Namimori Shrine.
As I walked to the Shrine, I thought about my graduation ceremony and how that, even though I missed it, I still had my Inheritance Ceremony for Varia. There will be more parties and graduations whether they be mine or not.
A/N;; This is a 4-part oneshot collaboration between me [Kaycee-chan] & Ella-san.
I sighed as I looked out the window from the reception room. I watched as night began to fall and people starting to come into school after hours. “I should bite them all to death….”
I heard a chuckle come from the boy sitting at my desk, “Nagi-chan it’s just a prom; you don’t have to stay.”
I turned to look at Tsuyoshi, who was a sophomore, my boss, and long time friend. “Of course I do, the disciplinary committee must make sure that nothing happens to this school.”
He sighed, “Whatever you say…”
I glared at him, “what are you doing here? You can go home you know.”
“Someone has to protect you from all those seniors.”
“I don’t need protection.” I turned back around and glanced outside again. There I saw him again, Sawada Shinichi. I bite my lower lip as I looked at him; he looked so handsome in his tuxedo, very neat and clean. As I watched him, I saw that he had brought Daidouji Rin, a royal pain, and trouble maker to boot.
Rin was wearing a blue almost sequenced strapless dress with blue high heels. I sighed as I overheard Rin’s and Shinichi’s conversation on how she completely didn’t match the theme of their prom.
“R—Rin-chan, you did understand the theme of our prom when I told it to you?” I couldn’t see too clearly but he looked shocked a bit.
“What? I’m the Rain Guardian. I can’t just abandon my color. Although, I was sorely tempted to wear red. I like red. Red is cool.” I watch as she smiled at him. He chuckled and walked with Rin inside. I sort of wish that I could’ve heard his laugh a little clearer.
I watched them walk inside when I realized something. “It’s her isn’t it Tsuyoshi-kun.” He sat up in his chair as I turned to face him, showing him my playful smile. “Daidouji Rin? You wanted to see her right?”
“I never said anything about a girl, especially one two years older than me.”
“But you like her; I can tell that you want her.”
“Like how I can tell you want Shinichi-san.”
“I don’t like him!”
“I could introduce you two; I am Varia Boss.”
“Oh shut up.” I checked my watch. “It’s time anyway.”
I started to head for the door when Tsuyoshi grabbed my arm. “You’re going like this?”
“Eh?” I looked at my outfit. I was wearing jeans, a red tank top, and my blue jacket with the disciplinary committee badge. “So. Look at yourself.”
“What? I’m wearing a normal coat and tie.”
“Normal? It’s a collared white shirt, black pants, and tie.”
“I prepared to patrol in style; so, I don’t stand out.”
“You did it because you wanted to impress her.”
He sighed as he handed me a bag. “Just in case, I brought you this to change into.”
He handed me a bag that had some clothes in it. “What the-”
“ Boss’s orders for you to not stand out as much as you already do.”
I glared, “At least I’m not in a blue dress…”
“Fine.” I walked to the nearest bathroom to get changed. When I got in there and opened the bag, I saw that he had ordered me to wear a skirt with a fancy blouse, both being shades of indigo. “I’ll kill him.” I sighed as I changed quickly into those clothes, but I did keep to my original outfit some. I saw that he did pack some cheerleader type shorts; so, I wore them under my skirt. I put my blouse on but pinned the disciplinary badge to it to make sure no one forgot who I was. As I put my old clothes in the bag, I walked out of the stall and looked in the mirror. My pineapple hairstyle clashed with my outfit; so, for this time only, I let my hair hand down naturally. I sighed and carefully walked outside where Tsuyoshi was standing. “Better?”
“Much. Now,” He took that bag away and threw it in the reception room, giving me my regular black bag back, “Let’s go; It’s started.”
Both of us walked toward the gym, silently. If it wasn’t for certain things, I think neither of us would be here. He sighed as we both entered the gym. I was in shock of what I saw. Everything looked so lovely, who knew that a prom looked so normal. I didn’t notice Tsuyoshi glancing at me. “I’ll patrol over there.” He pointed next to the food table. “You know just in case of a food fight.”
I playfully smiled as I saw that Rin-san was standing there. “Sure. I’ll stay near the tables in that dark corner.” I went my way as he went his.
I leaned against the wall and watched as many seniors danced the night away. I thought about my prom too; how it’ll be my night. A night where I won’t be the head of the disciplinary committee but just Nagi, a normal everyday teen. I smiled as I was thinking about the thoughts, looking at the ground, dreaming. I happened to glance back up when I remembered I was on duty now. When I looked up, I saw Shinichi walk towards my way… But of course he wasn’t walking to talk to me; he was walking to take a seat at the tables. I stopped staring and looked to the side, trying not to focus too well when Yui, a popular, pretty girl came up to Shinichi.
“Hey, Shinichi-kun. I was wondering where you where.”
“Oh, hi Yui-san.”
“I see you’re not with that girl… Rin? Right?”
“Yes, Rin-chan is getting me a drink.” I knew from the sound of his voice that she was the least person that he wanted to run into tonight.
“Well, how about we have a dance Shinichi-kun? You look like you haven’t had any fun lately.”
“No thank you Yui-san. Rin-chan will be here shortly with my drink.” I looked up and over at Tsuyoshi, who was talking to Rin. From the looks of it, it wasn’t going over too well but fine.
“Why don’t you go out with me instead?”
“Ok… So you’re not dating that girl; so, why not me?”
“I’m not interested in girls currently…”
“Fine. Then just give me one dance.”
“…” I could tell that he was nervous about this talk with Yui-san. I honestly wondered what he was trying to do? Let her off easy or hard? I glanced back over where Tsuyoshi and Rin were, but, to my shock, neither was there. Tsuyoshi was standing by the DJ person while Rin, who seemed to be arguing with Yui, was now standing by Shinichi.
“Just leave him alone. He doesn’t want to go out with you.”
“Of course he doesn’t want to say yes in front of you. Just run along already.”
I could see the anger build in Rin as she started to fight with Yui-san. In those few second, people started to gather; the guys encouraging the girls. “I knew I was going to be needed.” I quickly took my trident and jumped into the middle of the two. “Break it up now!” I shouted at them as I landed on my feet with my trident in hand. Everyone backed away as I stepped in.
“Why are you here in a senior prom?”
I turned to Yui, “To break up petty fights like this one.”
I noticed that Rin backed away a bit; I couldn’t tell from her face but she looked upset, as if this girl ruined her prom. I turned to Yui as she grabbed my Lens and jerked it off. “For ruining our prom, I’ll just keep this.”
I glared at her and kicked her feet from underneath her causing the Lens to fly out of her hands. I pointed the trident at her neck. “Listen, if you don’t want me to discipline you right here, I suggest that you all go back to dancing and having fun or I shall just send you all home.” I turned and glared at the remaining crowd. They all left mumbling some things and I let Yui go. I sighed as I put my trident up. “Great,” mumbling to myself, “now I have to find that Lens.” I turned and bumped into no one other than Sawada Shinichi, who had my necklace in his hands.
“You might want this back, right Nagi-san?” He held the Lens out by the chain.
I stared at him frozen, scared and nervous of what to do next. I could feel myself getting hotter, maybe starting to blush. So, without another word, I grabbed the necklace from his hands and ran. I ran as fast as I could to the reception room. I left Shinichi standing there, as I shut and locked the door. My heart was beating faster, knowing that I, most likely, missed my one shot to talk to him.
I walked over to the couch and sat down, holding the Lens in my hands. “Arigato Shinichi-san…” I smiled and put it back on. There was no way that I was going back; until I realized that I had my job that still needed done. “….” After calming back down, I put the Lens back on and headed towards the gym again.
The senior prom would be a disaster. I am really sure of that. Well, not really a disaster. Fiasco, maybe? I am not really cut-out for social gatherings for I haven’t attended one before (if you don’t count the other prom nights), and I would’ve gladly skipped this one out, if only Rin-chan didn’t plead. I mean, who could actually say no to a girl who’s pouting in front of you and saying, “Please” almost a thousand times. I sure can’t say no to her. And also, she said one thing about the senior prom which made me get my hopes up.
“R—Rin-chan, you did understand the theme of our prom when I told it to you?” I asked Rin as we walked towards the gym where the prom is being held. She was currently wearing a blue sequenced dress and navy blue high heels. She was going to be out of place in our prom since the theme is black and white, and hence, my outfit; a classic tuxedo.
“What? I’m the Rain Guardian. I can’t just abandon my color. Although, I was sorely tempted to wear red. I like red. Red is cool.” Rin-chan replied to my inquiry. She added a smile for good measure.
I could only chuckle at her words. She was the only person I know who’s proud of being a mafioso. I’m pretty sure, if she could just tell everyone that she’s my Rain Guardian, she would’ve told the entire student body.
As we entered the gym, I could feel the eyes of the people there on the both of us, more specifically, on Rin-chan. Well, I could not blame them; she was the only one who looked out of place. Beautiful, yes; but still out of place.
Rin looked a bit fidgety due to the stares but she tried to keep it down. She’s still not used on being the center of attention. “I—I’ll go and get you some punch, il mio amore,” she whispered to me and she hurried towards the table where the food is placed. And as for me, I need to look for some place to sit.
All the tables were full and the only free ones where on the side, where she was standing. And by her, I meant Nagi Spade. Nagi Spade. Nagi Spade. If I could describe her in one word, it would be beautiful, or snobby. Yeah… Beautiful. She’s very beautiful. Probably the most beautiful girl I have ever seen (aside from my mother). I tried to act normally as I walked towards the empty table which is near her. I wanted to talk to her, I really do. But I don’t have the guts to, since she’s always with Tsuyoshi-san. Tsuyoshi-san is the upcoming Varia Boss. An unlikely friendship developed between us, and I would like to keep it that way, because Tsuyoshi-san is a good man and can be a great ally.
I stared straight ahead as I walked to the empty table. I wanted to look at Nagi while doing that, but I can’t bring myself to. If I do that, maybe she’ll think that I’m a stalker or something. But I can’t help myself. I stole a glance on her way, only to see that she’s looking away. Maybe she’s keeping an eye on someone. And as I sat down on the seat, Yui-san, a classmate of ours, approached me.
I know that Yui-san likes me but I do not like her back. I don’t mean to be rude, but I don’t like her attitude. She’s using her popularity and beauty to gain advantage on the others, and that’s what I despise the most. And also, Yui-san is your typical “dumb blonde,” not that I have anything against blondes. It’s just Yui-san is the type of person who doesn’t know how to solve the Gaussian Elimination Method.
Her asking me to dance, is one of the things I expected to happen tonight (Rin-chan even joked about it before), but I didn’t still know how to handle it. Should I be rude or not? Should I push her away or just politely decline? Then Rin-chan arrived, holding two glasses of champagne. She and Yui-san had a fight; the former wanting the latter to go away and stop bothering me, while the latter wanting the former to go away too.
And then Nagi-san interfered with the fight before it escalated even more. Rin-chan looked pretty irked with Yui-san and I’m sure that she’s going to punch her anytime soon, but luckily Nagi-san stepped in. Rin-chan was quick to back down, knowing it would do her no good if she defied the Disciplinary Committee President, but Yui-san had a different mind pace. She grabbed Nagi-san’s necklace (which according to my father and Chrome-san is Daemon Spade’s Lens. Daemon Spade-san is the 1st Generation Mist Guardian of the Vongola.), saying that she’ll keep it for ruining the prom night. But Nagi-san was quick and she kicked Yui-san on her shins, causing the girl to topple down and releasing the necklace. The necklace skidded in front of me, so I picked it up, approached Nagi-san and said, “You might want this back, right Nagi-san?” I held the necklace by its chain, making the Lens dangle around.
I could see her quickly turn red. I wanted to say something, but I was too scared, thinking that I might scare her away. But I guess I don’t need to say anything else because she just grabbed the necklace from me without a word and ran away. I guess I should’ve said something. I only sighed as I sat back down, thinking how I missed a rare opportunity to talk to Nagi-san.
“Rin-chan, what’s wrong?” I asked my guardian as I saw her drinking her champagne rather glumly. “Is there something that’s bothering you?” I tucked a stray hair behind her ear and brushed her bangs out of her eyes.
“No. Nothing’s wrong.” Rin-chan replied, trying to remove the disappointment in her voice.
But I knew better. “Is it because of Yui-san?” I asked, now taking a drink of my champagne.
Rin-chan sighed, setting the glass down. “Capo, we’re graduating soon. I just want to have a normal high school dance before I say goodbye to this pseudo-normal life. Is that too much to ask? I’ve been raised around the mafia world. The dances and parties that I attended are hardly normal. And remember the prom last year? Someone ambushed us in the middle of the prom night. Capo, for once, I just want to be the normal girl.” Rin-chan lamented.
Of course I knew all about her sentiments. She hardly had a normal life before she came here to Japan. Her father is a mafia boss before and she attended the mafia school. She would always be in the Varia Base, hanging out with the members of the Varia Assassination Squad. And so, she was more than glad to attend high school here in Japan, but being one of the guardians of the Vongola means that you’re a constant target, so we hardly had a normal life here. But I want to remove those thoughts from her so I remarked, “I saw you a while ago talking to Tsuyoshi-san.”
The somewhat sad look on her face was replaced by irritation. “So?” she huffed, drinking her champagne once again.
“What do you mean by so? I thought you like him.”
“Liked. Past tense, il mio amore. I do not like him anymore.”
“And why is that?”
“He’s a jerk.”
“A jerk?” I tried my best to not laugh out loud. How the hell did she acquire the thoughts that Tsuyoshi-san is a jerk? From what I have heard from the girls all over the school, Tsuyoshi-san is a gentleman. Very kind and very charming too. But why is Rin-chan saying that—
“He’s a total flirt,” she said.
I could not believe what I am hearing. “How can Tsuyoshi be a flirt? Rin-chan I think you’re just overreacting to things.”
“I am certainly not, capo!” Rin-chan said, glaring at me. “Are you blind? Can you not see how he talks to girls around him?!” And to prove her point, she pointed towards Tsuyoshi-san who was talking to a couple of girls.
“I still don’t see it, Rin-chan.”
Rin-chan stood up instantly and glared at me. “I cannot believe you, capo! Just because you’re a guy, you’re siding with that jerk?!”
“N—No! I’m not, R—Rin-chan,” I started to say, but I never got to finish the rest of my sentence because she had stormed away. I sighed. Maybe she’s PMSing right now.
I wanted to go home already, but I could never leave Rin-chan, so I decided to stay a little bit more, or at least until Rin-chan says that she wants to go back already. I stood up and was about to approach a classmate of mine when I accidentally bumped into someone. I turned around to see who it was and to apologize when I saw a familiar blue hair. It was Nagi-san.
I must’ve looked very stupid. Just standing there and staring at her. I really wanted to say something, I no matter how much I rack my brains, I couldn’t find anything to say. I even forgot to apologize to her! Crap. How stupid could I actually get? I could see her turning red once again. W—What if she runs away again? Crap. “H—Hi. Y—You’re Nagi-san, right? We never really had the chance to talk formally.” I said, offering her a lopsided smile. I want to kill myself for sounding so lame. But I can’t do anything about it anymore. I’ve already said those words, so just to back it up, I held out my hand and said, “I’m Sawada Shinichi. It’s n—nice to finally talk to the Mist Guardian of the Varia Assassination Squad.”
I really must’ve sounded so lame because Nagi-san never said a word. She just turned around and walked away. Damn it. What am I thinking? Of course Nagi-san won’t talk to me. She’s with the Varia, and I’m the soon-to-be Vongola boss. And also, she’s Tsuyoshi-san’s girlfriend. I sighed. Maybe disaster was the right term after all.
I laid back in the chair and relaxed as it was almost time for prom night. It wasn’t mine prom, but prom for the seniors tonight. I sighed as I enjoyed sitting at Nagi’s disciplinary committee desk. I looked at Nagi, a blue haired freshmen girl, as she I overheard her wanting to ‘bite the prom goers to death.’ I couldn’t help but chuckle at the idea though. “Nagi-chan, it’s just prom; you don’t have to stay.”
The girl turned to me and she appeared to be glaring. “Of course I do, the disciplinary committee must make sure nothing happens to this school.”
I sighed. I forgot how seriously she took her position all because Hibari-san had approved of it. “Whatever you say…”
This time, she really did glare at me. “What are you doing here? You can go home you know.”
I had to admit; she was right there. I was never part of her disciplinary committee even though I helped her a lot. “Someone has to protect you from all those seniors.”
“I don’t need protection.” She turned back around and looked outside. Sometimes the 15 year old can be so stubborn. I leaned back in the chair and put my hands behind my head. At least I get to go to prom… After a while, Nagi spoke to me again. “It’s her isn’t it Tsuyoshi-kun.” I sat up in my chair, waiting for a response as to the accusation. “Daidouji Rin? You wanted to see her, right?”
“I never said anything about a girl, especially one two years older than me.”
“But you like her; I can tell you want her.”
Wow… I wanted to tell her how perverted that sounded but decided not to. So, I backfired instead. “Like how I can tell you want Shinichi-san.”
“I don’t like him!”
“I can introduce you two; I am Varia Boss.”
“Oh shut up.” She checked her watch. “It’s time anyway.”
She started to head out the door when I swiftly caught her by the arm.” You’re going like this?” I looked at her outfit. Jeans, tank, jacket… Not attractive, especially when you are trying to impress someone.
“Eh?” She looked at her outfit then back at me. “So. Look at yourself.”
“What? I’m wearing a normal coat and tie.” I was thankful that it didn’t take much for a guy to say that he looks dressed up.
“Normal?” She looked at me funny like I just told her an unfunny joke. “It’s a collared white shirt, black pants, and tie.”
“I prepared to patrol in style; so, I don’t stand out.”
“You did it because you wanted to impress her.”
I sighed as I grabbed a bag that I had prepared for her under the desk. “Just in case, I brought you this to change into.”
I handed Nagi the bag. “What the-”
“Bosses’s orders for you to not stand out as much as you already do.”
She glared at me. “At least I’m not in a blue dress.”
I was confused as to why she mentioned a blue dress but decided not to press on. “Just go.”
“Fine.” She walked to the nearest bathroom.
I stood outside the door, thinking about what Nagi said. ‘To impress her huh?’ Of course I wanted to impress Daidouji Rin. She was very pretty even though she wasn’t too bright sometimes. She was the school’s muse and the Rain Guardian for the main family. I sighed as I leaned against the wall. Of course, Rin-san was two years older than me so I actually had no chance unless I acted like the perfect gentlemen.
Still… I looked at the bathroom door. Nagi has had a crush on Sawada Shinichi since she first saw that man in middle school. Since I was Varia boss to be, I had meet Shinichi before schooling and we are somewhat friends. Still the time for my guardians to meet his guardians wouldn’t be coming up in a few more years; so, Nagi hasn’t formally meet Shinichi, just admiring him.
“Better?” Nagi walked out of the bathroom, looking very beautiful with her hair down and in a fancier outfit.
“Much. Now,” I took the bag that had her old clothes in it, threw them in the reception room, and gave her the regular black bag that she carries, “Let’s go; It’s started.”
Both of us walked toward the gym silently, neither of us daring to step out in front of the other. If it wasn’t for the fact that I wanted to see Rin, I don’t think I would’ve helped Nagi with this job no matter how good of a friend she is. When we walked in the gym, I noticed that Nagi was daydreaming. I could tell it in her eyes that she was enjoying this; she should because she’s rarely been to a party like this. “I’ll patrol over there.” I pointed next to the food table. “You know just in case of a food fight.” This wasn’t my only reason though; I saw that Rin-san was there and this was my opportunity.
I glanced back at Nagi when I saw her flashing that playful smile. Every time I saw that look, I’ve either regretted something or done something. “Sure. I’ll stay near the tables in that dark corner.” She went on her way without another word.
I sighed as I walked towards that table. Dark corners suited someone who didn’t like to be the center of attention. She may be tough and scary but she’s still a girl who crushes on guys and gets shy, especially to those she knows.
Before I knew it, I was already standing at the table where Rin was. She hadn’t noticed me yet only just looking at the choices of drinks. Nervously, I decided to try and talk to her; this was putting all my skills to the test. “Hello there Miss Rin-san.” She turned to me and sort of stared at me. I had no idea what she was thinking; so, I decided to fully introduce myself. “My name is Tsuyoshi,” I said as I held out my hand to her.
She didn’t automatically take it but eventually she did. I probably looked so stupid to her. “Wait, aren’t you a sophomore?”
I knew my age was going to matter. How could a girl like her fall for a guy who was two years younger. “Yes. I am here helping out the disciplinary committee.”
“Oh,” she didn’t sound shocked much, but she continued to look at me, which was fine by me if I hadn’t acquired so many stares already. “Who are you? I mean I think I heard that name before…. Outside of school,” she added. Obviously, I knew the answer to this.
I leaned in a whispered in her ear, “I am Tsuyoshi, soon to be boss of the Varia, Vongola’s Elite Independent Assassination Squad.”
I straightened myself up and looked at Rin. She appeared to be blushing maybe, just a tiny bit. “Might I ask the same to you?”
“Well,” I think she smirked at me and started to say proudly, “I am-”
Before she could finish, some girls had cut her off trying to get my attention. I kept a straight face on, turned, and smiled to the girls. I ended up talking to them a bit which was the complete opposite then what I wanted to do. What I really wanted was to tell the girls off and talk to Rin.
I sighed as I looked up to notice that Rin was gone and with Shinichi. Of course, she would go back to her boss. I wanted to punch myself for loosing and destroying the opportunity to talk to Rin.
I decided to walk over to the DJ booth; maybe working on the music would help. I walked over there when I noticed Nagi, Shinichi, Rin, and this other girl in some kind of a fight. I watched how when Nagi stepped in, almost everyone left. I watched as Shinichi held Nagi’s necklace, which was that horrible Daemon’ Spade’s Devil Lens. I was sort of hoping that she would talk to him, but instead, as I predicted, she took it and ran.
I did a small face palm as I watched her; it was pathetic for her to run. I sighed, as I heard my name being called. There stood about three more girls wanting to talk to me. Honestly, I’m not interested in them. Like they would be interested in me, if they were to find out the truth about me being in the mafia.
I, not wanting to hurt their feelings, talked to them politely, paying attention to what they were saying. I glanced over at Rin, who was shouting at Shinichi. She looked furious and upset and I watched her leave him alone.
I stopped staring at Rin and went back talking to the girls who were waiting for my response. I continued to talk to the girls as long as they were there and listened. Although, it was the polite thing to do. I knew I had to be a gentleman. At least, they entertained me for the rest of the night.
“Hello there Miss Rin-san.”
I was in the food table, thinking about what drink I should get for us, when I heard those words. I turned around and saw Tsuyoshi standing there.
“My name is Tsuyoshi,” he said, holding out his hand, waiting for me to shake it.
I was rather reluctant to shake it, but I don’t see any harm on a simple handshake, and so, I took it and shook his hand. Of course I know him. He’s popular in our school, and he’s a jerk. A no-good, two-faced jerk. I really can’t believe that I used to like him. Even though he’s 2 years younger than I am— Wait. He’s 2 years younger than me, so it means that he’s a sophomore, but why is he in our prom. Only seniors are allowed in here. “Wait, aren’t you a sophomore?” I asked.
His answer was a simple, “Yes. I am here helping out the disciplinary committee.”
Ah. No surprises there. He’s frequently seen with Nagi-san, the head of the Disciplinary Committee, and so it’s quite believable if he says that he’s actually helping out the Disciplinary Committee. There are rumors going around the school that Nagi-san’s actually his girlfriend. I never really believed rumors because they were never right, but this time, I think it’s the actual truth. The two of them are always seen together and the two of them would act very sweetly to each other. Gah. It makes me want to puke or something. N—Not that I’m j—jealous or anything! I wanted to reply with something more sensible, but all I can say was an “Oh.”
It was very awkward for me to talk to him face-to-face. Why? Because number 1, he’s a sophomore and I am a senior. Number 2, even though he’s 2 years younger than me, he’s way taller than me. Number 3, he’s the boyfriend of the scariest person in Nami High (aside from Hibari-san who still likes to patrol around). Number 4, I actually went to a phase where I liked him. Take note of the keyword liked. And number 5, his fangirls will kill me for actually talking to him.
Something clicked. I never really dwelled about it, but Shinichi-kun told me that the soon-to-be Varia Boss, the one who’s going to replace our precious Xanxus-sama, is a guy named Tsuyoshi, and he’s just around the same age as we are. Could he be the same Tsuyoshi Shin-kun’s talking about? Well, there’s only one way to find out, and I hope he’s not the type who gives roundabout answers. “Who are you? I mean I think I heard that name before…. Outside of school.” I asked him.
I never really saw his expression after asking that question because he immediately leaned closer to me and whispered on my ear, “I am Tsuyoshi, soon to be boss of the Varia, Vongola’s Elite Independent Assassination Squad.”
Oh damn. I could feel myself getting hotter. I’m probably blushing right now and looking like a total idiot. Oh great. Just great. He’s the last person whom I want to see me blushing like an idiot. And I was right. He’s the same Tsuyoshi who’s going to replace Xanxus-sama. I wondered how could a wimpy-looking guy like him was able to beat the infamous Varia Boss. I mean, Xanxus-sama is a very scary man, especially when he’s in one of his fits. I could still remember the time I first stepped into the Varia base. Xanxus-sama was throwing a fit—something about his steak not being cooked really well. He was throwing bottles everywhere and I got hit squarely on the head. It was really painful—anyway, all I’m saying is, Xanxus-sama is a very dangerous man, and the idea of him being defeated by the kid in front of me is a laughable idea.
I noticed that he straightened up a little bit before he asked me, “Might I ask the same to you?”
Oho. I’m the type of person who’s open about my identity as the Rain Guardian. I looked proudly at him and said, “Well, I am—” But I was never able to finish my sentence because it was drowned by the voices of the daft bimbos who started to swarm around Tsuyoshi.
Truth to be told, I was quite disappointed with Tsuyoshi. I thought he would prefer to talk to me rather than to those girls because we had something in common, but no, he picked them. I am not sad. I’m just disappointed with him. Yes… Disappointed. And so, without another word, I took two glasses of champagne and walked back to my boss. But that wasn’t an option because he was conversing (or being harassed) to Yui-san, our classmate. When I was at the table where they are, I tried to send Yui-san away, and then one thing led to another. The next thing I knew is Nagi-san stepping up and stopping us.
I… I was really upset. I could never have the normal school dance I was wishing for. The school dances I always attend ends up in a total disaster. I think I have a bad luck or something.
“Rin-chan, what’s wrong?” I heard Shin-kun ask me. After the whole Yui-san thing, we just sat by the table and drank the champagne that I brought. “Is there something that’s bothering you?” he asked me again and he brushed the hair out of my eyes. He would always do that whenever he’s asking me what’s wrong.
Of course, I won’t tell him what’s wrong. “No. Nothing’s wrong.” I replied.
Bu it seems that he knows me too well for he asked me again, “Is it because of Yui-san?”
Well, it’s now or never. “Capo, we’re graduating soon. I just want to have a normal high school dance before I say goodbye to this pseudo-normal life. Is that too much to ask? I’ve been raised around the mafia world. The dances and parties that I attended are hardly normal. And remember the prom last year? Someone ambushed us in the middle of the prom night. Capo, for once, I just want to be the normal girl.” I lamented. I wanted to emphasize to him that for once, just this once, I want to know how it feels like to be a normal girl.
I should’ve known better. My problem wasn’t on his mind. “I saw you a while ago talking to Tsuyoshi-san,” he said.
What the hell?! Here I was, moaning over on how I want to experience how to be a normal girl, and he drops the subject about my silly, little crush on that jerk?! I huffed and said, “So?”
“What do you mean by so? I thought you like him,” he said as he continued to prod on the issue.
I wanted to stop the conversation about that guy as soon as possible so I said, “Liked. Past tense, il mio amore. I do not like him anymore.” So what? I called him il mio amore. That doesn’t mean I’m in love with Shin-kun or something. I just like to call him that.
And I forgot that Shin-kun could be a very stubborn guy. He replied with a, “And why is that?”
“He’s a jerk.”
“A jerk?” he asked. I noticed that he was trying his best not to laugh out loud or something, and so, I said, “He’s a total flirt.”
And the last thing I needed from Shin-kun was a lecture on how I was overreacting about things. Is he actually blind? Can he not see how that kid would talk to the girls around him? Oh please. That Tsuyoshi kid is using his charms to get what he wants. And before it could even turn into a full-scale fight, I left Shin-kun. I walked out of the gym and proceeded to walk around the grounds of the school.
“What are you doing here?”
The same voice caught my attention twice this night, and I’m not in the mood to face him right now, so I just continued to walk, pretending I didn’t hear him.
“Hey, I asked you, what are you—are you crying?” Tsuyoshi asked as he walked towards me. For a wimpy looking kid like him, his footsteps sound heavy.
I hastily wiped my tears away and turned around, not wanting him to see me in this kind of state. “I—I’m not crying.” I said.
“Sure.” Tsuyoshi replied. I couldn’t tell if he was being sarcastic or not. And his next actions surprised me. He took my hand and placed his handkerchief on my palm. “You can return it to me next time we see each other.” And with that, he left, probably to continue his rounds.
I stood there for a long time. One part of me says that I was just hallucinating, but the other part of me screams that it really happened. Sometimes, I just really don’t know what to believe anymore.
I looked back at myself in the full scale mirror in my bedroom at my own apartment. If I wasn’t me, I wouldn’t recognize who I was. I twirled around a couple of times in my simple black dress that hung over my shoulders, was of knee high length, had beautiful white decorative, and small flowers around the bottom and neck line. After starring at the dress, I looked at my full self. My blue hair was cut so that it was mid length; I also had small curls in my hair at the ends and wore very small white headband. I had put some make-up on and wore some tall black heels, which were not comfortable.
I smiled at myself as I grabbed a smaller version of my bag off my bed and walked to the kitchen where my keys were. Tonight was my prom night, senior prom. I wasn’t going with anyone in particular but I didn’t mind that; I was sure to find someone to dance with. I grabbed my keys but not before glancing at my Lens and trident which was on my table; slowly, I reached my hand out for them but stopped. “No, tonight I’m a regular teenager. No mafia things what so ever…” I quickly left my place before I changed my mind and decided to grab them.
I drove down to the school in my very own convertible…ok, so it was actually Tsuyoshi’s car that he let me borrow for the night, or did he? He was on a mission now and wouldn’t be home until sometime later after prom ended. Oh well, he borrows my things all the time without my permission why should I not do it to him. I parked in the school’s parking lot and checked my pocket watch. I had convinced myself earlier to not be here an hour early to patrol the grounds; instead, I arrived five minutes after prom already began. I was going for the whole normal teenager dream for sure.
When I walked in the gym, everything looked lovely. Our theme was black and white. I looked around as I saw many of my classmates there, most dancing to the fast songs that played, which were all approved by me. I walked over to get some punch as many people were starring at me now. I, unintentionally, used my illusions to see what they were whispering about and found that it wasn’t how they should run away but how lovely I looked and how I couldn’t have been Nagi Spade. To me, I was just Nagi tonight as my last name causes me trouble in the mafia.
I sat down at one of the tables, drank some cherry punch, and ate a little bit of the roast that they were serving. I looked around as I saw everyone laugh and have a good time; actually, some of the girls in my class, that has been in my classes for years but never talked to me, talk to me. I smiled as I was having a very good time with them because, for once, I believed the lie that I was normal.
It was getting into the middle of the night where the fast songs slowly turned into medium paced. I was sitting there talking to some of the others when a boy happened to come over my way. He was tall and nice looking. He looked typical having black hair and wearing a tuxedo.
“Excuse ladies but I came over here to ask if I may have a dance with you.” He looked directly at me when I recognized him.
His name something Arata, I didn’t bother with knowing last names of these people. “Anou…sure” I smiled as I stood up.
“Arigato.” He held his arm out and I took it; both of us walked out on the dance floor. We both danced with each other as we talked a little bit about ourselves. Arata was a very nice guy who enjoyed listening to me talk a bit.
After a couple of dances, he asked if I could retrieve him a ball that I had taken up one day due to his friend throwing it around. I agreed and told him that I would go to the reception room to get it; he decided to come along with me which I didn’t mind too much because it was prom night.
I entered the room with Arata, who closed the door. I walked over to the desk, opened one of my drawers and handed him his ball, “Here.”
He turned to look at me, “huh…thanks…”
He turned to look at me, “nothing except that you are stupid enough to not have brought anything with you.”
“Eh?” He grabbed one of my arms and quickly threw me against the wall. When I stood back up, he had me backed against the wall. I glared at him as I saw some other guys walk in to back him up.
“I wouldn’t try anything if I were you.” He grabbed a pocket knife out of his pocket. “You are quite stupid tonight, not bringing anything with you?”
“Hmm…have you forgotten my combat skills?”
“No.” He had two of his guys hold onto my arms tightly. “You had this coming. No girl makes fun of us for about seven years.”
As he held the knife closely to my neck, all I could do was laugh. “Kufufu…you’ve forgot who I was.” I kicked him in the stomach then broke free of the other two’s grip. I playfully smiled at them as beat them up.
After a few seconds, because that’s how fast they gave in, I shoved them out of the disciplinary committee room.
“Jerks, you’ll pay worse tomorrow.”
“No, how about tonight.”
I turned when I should’ve back away. Another guy came at me and threw punch all over my dress, which ruined it. As he laughed, I glared at him, “You like punch? Then how about this!” I punched him in the face then quickly ran back into the reception room and slammed the door. I leaned against it and slide down to the floor…”Stupid…” My eyes started to tear up and I held my knees. Tears streamed down as I cried. I was so stupid to believe that I could have a normal teenage prom night…I was so far from normal.
It was getting later in the night; I could hear song after song pass by…soon, everyone will be gone and I alone. “And here I thought I was going to have to call the cops about a stolen car.”
I looked up quickly to see Tsuyoshi, who was still in his battle suite which was a tux with dying will qualities, sitting in my doorway. “Tsuyoshi-kun?”
He stepped in the room and closed the window “Prom huh? Told you that it would be a night to remember.”
I ignored his teasing and ran over to hug him; I cried as I hugged him. “Wh-Why can’t I have one night as a normal girl…” I started to wail, never being so upset before.
He hugged me back and whispered in my ear, “it’s just not our luck.”
I looked at him, “You’re home early…”
“No, you’re prom just ending really late.” I sniffled as he pulled the hair out of my face. Quietly, he fixed my hair a bit, gave me my normal bag, and put my Lens on me. “I stopped by your house to see if my car was there; so, before leaving, I picked these things up for you.” I wiped the tears from my eyes as he took my high heels off, which I was very thankful for. “Now, you look somewhat normal.” He smiled at me.
“A-Arigato…” I smiled at him.
“Do you hear that?”
“Hear what?” All I could hear was the last slow song of the night playing.
“It’s your prom night and you should be happy Nagi-chan.” He bowed and held out his hand. “May I have this dance.”
I chuckled a bit and took his hand, “of course.”
That night we danced together, acting like to normal people. Even though he had just returned home from the mission, he never missed a step and I, as tired and horrible looking as I was, danced with my Boss. Before the night ended, he took out his phone and snapped a picture of us together. When the picture was developed, he gave it to me and I put it with all my other special pictures because that was the first time I felt like a normal teenage girl at her prom and I liked that feeling…maybe, someday, I’ll be able to feel like a normal person even if for the moment like tonight.
Ella-san's Note;; Now that you've read it. Nagi & Tsuyoshi do not love-love each other! He's just being her "older brother" and that's how their relationship it. Brother & sisterly
A/N;; A very, very random drabblet for the 11th Generation page. [Created by Kaycee-chan]
“R—Rin-chan?” Shinichi said in shock when he saw the dripping wet guardian standing on the doorway of his room. He was surprised to see her there since she’s living with her sensei so she can train with him every day. Seeing her there was quite surprising. “What happened?” he asked again as he stood up from his couch. He wasn’t even able to take a step forward when Rin suddenly launched herself into him, crying.
“Shin-kun!” Rin said as she ran towards him, crying. She hugged Shinichi and buried her face into his chest. Tears continued to fall from her eyes and it seems like it’s not gonna stop anytime soon. It was really painful. Really, really painful. To see the person you love with someone else. “S—Shin-kun… Sensei is… Sensei’s a—already married,” she said, still crying.
Shinichi tried to hush her down as he whispered soothing words over and over again. Deep inside him, he wanted to curse himself for being a hypocrite. He kept on telling Rin that everything will be alright; that she shouldn’t worry; that she should just get over him and move on. But the truth is, it’s not that easy to move on. Everything’s not going to be alright. No matter how much you try to bury the pain and heartache that you feel, it won’t go away. Never.
It’s never easy to see someone that you love get married to someone else. For Rin and Shinichi, they’re going to remember the pain for a very long time.
Peaceful…Everything was quiet. On days like today, I didn’t mind everything being quiet. I sighed as I laid on top of the school’s roof. I sighed as I enjoyed my time alone. Being a freshmen at 15 isn’t so bad until you had to begin the new Disciplinary Committee at the high school. What made things harder for me was that now I was back in the same school as my soon-to-be boss, Nakamura Tsuyoshi who was 16, a sophomore, and the new Sky Boss of Varia to be.
Like him, I was also in Varia, the Mist Guardian; he and I was going to be the third generation of Varia. We always hung out with each other due to that fact, but we also did because we’ve been friends since childhood. I closed my eyes as the sun bared down on me. Varia, Vongola’s Elite Independent assassination squad. Vongola, one of the biggest Mafioso in the world, headed by Sawada Tsuyoshi, 10th Generation boss, a close friend of my cousin/mother figure Chrome Dokuro, and a friend of mine as well. Still, no matter how much I liked him, he wasn’t fit to run a mafia family. I sighed as I reminded myself not to think about any of them. “Just enjoy the facts that I’m alone for once.”
“So, you and I is your definition of alone?”
“Eh?!” I sat up quickly and turned around to face him.
He smirked at me as I stood up. “Guess not.”
“What are you doing here?! I thought you went out to eat lunch!”
“Finished early. Those girls in the restaurant kept starring at me…”I laughed; Tsuyoshi was good-looking; so, every girl just had to stare at him. “Not funny.”
“It is to me.”
“….” I smiled at him to give him some reassurance that he just has to ignore them. “So, what were you doing here?”
“Well, today’s lunch was quiet so I decided to stay here and relax.”
He smirked at me. “Sure…”
“Hey! What’s that supposed to mean?!”
“You were thinking about that him were you?”
“No I wasn’t.
“You know I could just introduce you if you’re that intrigued…”
“No! Now I have to go and patrol. You can come if you want, but if not, then I’ll meet you at training this afternoon.”
“Fine. I’ll come with you…someone needs to protect the freshman.” He followed me as I patrolled the area. I tried not to keep thinking about what he said to me… ‘You were thinking about him were you?’ I knew who he was, Sawada Shinichi, age 18, senior, and the 11th Generation soon-to-be Vongola Boss.
Of course, I never knew Tsunayoshi-kun had a son until I “meet” him at school. This year though; I don’t see him as much. He’s tall and good-looking, better looking than Tsuyoshi-kun to me. Although, he is a senior so I might as well not bothered, besides he never gets in trouble so I never have an excuse to talk to him normally.
I couldn’t focus on that though…besides, I think his girlfriend is that Daidouji Rin, Rain Guardian, 18, and a senior. I sighed as I put all that stuff away in my mind. Besides, I’ve never truly meet the 11th Generation main family and I don’t plan on ever doing so.
~After School, training area in the small Varia Base in Japan~
I sighed as I put my gloves on and grabbed my trident, getting ready to train. I didn’t need the gloves, but it makes me look cooler wielding my trident. I glanced across the field at Tsuyoshi, who was also preparing himself for battle/training. I sighed as I grabbed my trident and walked towards the middle of the field. Sky vs. Mist, cane vs. trident, box weapon vs. no box weapon, little training vs. years worth of training. When we trained, everything and anything went.
“Ready?” He looked at me with intense eyes, when this time came, nothing mattered.
I nodded my head as I retracted my trident and rushed forward. Our weapons clashed together as we fought hard and deadly. In the midst of the battle, he showed his true purpose for his walking cane. Only I knew that he didn’t need it for actually walking but to make sure his weapon was always by his side. He retracted his cane and spikes appeared on it, making his whole cane be engulfed with Sky Flames. “Finally, you show your true self.” I playfully smiled at him.
“Whatever Misty.” He came at me with that weapon. I dodged easily however and fired back. Everything training was like this…Us fighting. Neither of us caved though, not unless made too.
I jumped kicked his face into the wall while I dodged attacks from his lion box weapon. To counter that, I used one of the cloud hedgehogs that I’ve obtained. Mist wasn’t my only flame. Although, he got right back up, but, instead of attacking he looked at me, “how long?”
I sighed as I checked my golden pocket watch, “little over an hour. Why? Giving up?”
“You wish Spade.” He smirked as he rushed again.
“You know I hate it when you just call me Spade.” I charged towards him, soon the training room was filled with the sounds of our weapons clashing. He, carefully and quickly, kicked my feet from beneath me causing me to fall down. While I was falling, he grabbed my trident and pulled it away from me.
I did a back flip before he could stab me with his cane. Obviously, I landed perfectly back on my feet; however, without a weapon and only my flames. “Now, Miss Nagi Spade what are you going to do? Give up?”
“Yeah right.” Soon, the battle became a hand to hand combat practice. Both of our breathing speed up as we were both getting tired and weary. I jumped back before he could hit me again, “tired yet?”
“No,” he was panting and lying however, “I’ve just begun Spade-san.” He came at me with his weapon again.
“I said to stop calling me that!”
Yet again, our weapons clashed with each other; this time, though, it was more of a clash, breath, clash, breath. We were really tired. “So, what would you do if I didn’t?” He smirked at me forgetting that I knew things about him.
“Call you Nakamura Tsuyoshi.” I stood there a second, thinking over what I said.
“Nakamura…Tsuyoshi…” He looked down at the ground.
I realized what I said; I remembered how much pain that - that last name as caused him, the loss of his parents and grandmother, the regrets and sadness… “Anou…Tsuyoshi-kun I didn’t--” He didn’t give me a chance; while I was down on my guard, he slashed at me with his weapon. “Itai…” I held my left hand over the wound while I used my right hand to wield my trident. I forgot that he hated his last name and had a horrible temper…where he does before he thinks… “Tsuyoshi-kun, pl-please…”
Without saying a word, he kept slashing at me causing me to loose my balance and fall to the floor. My wounds were bleeding badly, forming a puddle of blood. My vision started to go…Training had never been harder than this.
I winced a bit in pain…where was I? Slowly I opened my eyes to find myself in a hospital room. “Anou…” I rubbed my eyes and sat up only to fall back down, still dizzy from the blood loss. I looked at my door as it opened to reveal Tsuyoshi. “Tsuyoshi-kun…” I smiled wryly at him.
He quietly walked over and sat by my bed side. I looked at him as he looked at me; I wish I knew what was going on…
“Gomen Nagi-chan…I-I got carried away and.”
“It’s not your fault; it’s partly mine for teasing you in that way. Sometimes it slips my mind…”
He looked at me; his eyes showing a hint of regret. “Gomen…I had to bring you here due to the blood loss and our base being incomplete for that. The rest of your injuries has been taken care of by Sun Flames.”
“Arigato,” I smiled at him; he was so hard to read sometimes.
“Don’t worry, I’m a guardian you are the boss. I’ve received punishment for what I did. It’s even.”
“Yeah…I guess your right…”
We checked out of the hospital a few hours afterwards. As I walked back to the school where I left something, I thought to myself about how illusionist lie…When I got to the reception room in the school, I went to my desk and grabbed some things. I then walked over and laid down on the couch. Of course, I lied to him…I was actually hurt and everything wasn’t ok…I knew he had a temper; maybe, I should suggest that he get some help but that temper is also caused by stress from Varia…I sighed. He believed that lie that easily…maybe they were right…he was heartless, but I couldn’t believe that. They didn’t know that cute little kid that I knew… “That I knew…” I closed my eyes and fell asleep in that room, tired and worn out from the long night I had…Maybe things will get better for me…I just have to hope that…
Title: The Legend of the Trashed Committee Room [[Oneshot]]
A/N: A oneshot written by me, Kaycee. Please enjoy.
The Legend of the Trashed Committee Room
Daidouji Rin, age 16, snickered as she heaved herself up from the ledge of the window and jumped inside the room.
Sawada Shinichi, age 16, shook his head in dismay as he followed suit. “Tell me, Rin-chan, why are we here again?” he asked as he closed the window and covered them with the curtains.
“Where graduating in three days, capo. Tre giorni. I at least want to leave something that could remember us by. Like a… Uh… Moratorium.” Rin quipped in as slid off her backpack from her back and placed it on the desk. She then opened it and started to bring out the stuff inside.
Shinichi sighed when he heard the word ‘moratorium.’ It seems Rin messed up her words again. He sat down on the couch and looked at her intently. “It’s ‘memento’ not ‘moratorium.’ And besides, there’s no need for us to do this. You’re the school’s muse. They’re going to remember you for a long time.”
A pout made its way on Rin’s face. She huffed and crossed her arms over her chest before saying, “I don’t want to be remembered as the pretty foreign exchange student. And besides—” the pout disappeared and was replaced by a quirky half-smile, and she continued, “for me, it’s memoria.”
A light chuckle resounded throughout the room. Shinichi was laughing as he shook his head in pure mirth. Sometimes, Rin can sound a bit comical even though she doesn’t realize it. And as soon as the chuckles had subsided, he took a look on what Rin was holding and he said, “Spray paint?”
Rin nodded and replied, “Yup. Spray paint. It’s color red. Tempesta, il mio amore.” She smiled once again as she continued to take out the things that was inside her backpack. No one said a word. It was quite obvious what they are going to do. And without another word, Rin began to open the drawers and take out the papers inside it and ripped it, scattering the tiny pieces around. She then upturned the furniture and other stuff.
Shinichi could only sigh. Rin is the only person he knows that wants to leave a bad impression on the Disciplinary Committee of Namimori Chuu.
30 minutes after, the pristine room of the Disciplinary Committee looked like a tornado had just gone through it. The furnitures were upturned. The papers were scattered all over. The plants had been uprooted and soil was all over the floor. A red paint was also on the tables (some were on Rin’s hand, uniform and cheek) and chairs. Hand prints were on the wall while foot prints were on the floor. Tissue paper was also all over the place and covered the entire floor. A white sticky substance was smeared on the desk of the committee president. But those things were nothing compared to what was written on the wall. A large “HIBARI SUCKZ” was spray painted on it and a whole lot of other writings. And standing in front of the wall was a smug looking Rin. “Hah!” she exclaimed, “Il mio copalavoro.”
“Well, you have outdone yourself this time, Rin-chan.” Shinichi said exasperatedly as h approached the violet-haired lass. He could see the ring dangling on a chain from her neck. It was the same ring he would see on Yamamoto Takeshi when would come over to their house when he was still a kid. Shinichi only watched Rin turn the spotless room into a war room. “Shall we go now?” he asked, motioning towards the door. “Someone might walk in on us.”
Rin giggled and said, “Ah, they won’t come back soon enough. I’m pretty sure that they’re still sorting out the thing I made on the gym.” She approached the wall and dipped her finger on the wet paint that was on the table, and using her paint-covered finger, she wrote, “I.S.” She stepped back and grabbed her backpack. “Let’s go~”
A nod was only Shinichi’s response. With one last sweeping gaze across the room, he opened the door and stepped outside. Once he was outside, he immediately walked away, not minding the curious gazes of the other students.
“W—Wait! Shin-kun!” Rin exclaimed as ran after Shinichi after closing the door behind her. And due to her haste, she bumped into someone. She was about to apologize to that person but when she locked gazes with him, her apology died down on her throat. Something about that person took her breath away. Maybe it was because of his intense amber eyes. The person simply looked at Rin and walked away. It took more than a second before Rin came back to her senses, and when she did, Shinichi was already nowhere in sight. “Wait for me, capo! Il mio amore!” And with that, she sprinted after him, her backpack bobbing up and down behind her.
Unbeknownst to Rin, the person she bumped into looked back into her and smirked. “The Rain Guardian, I see,” he said.
Tre giorni- 3 days
Il mio amore- My love
Il mio copalavoro- My masterpiece
All of them are italian words. And yes, Rin called Shinichi 'my love,' but that doesn't mean she likes him or something. It's just how she calls him.
"Hey, get to class already!" I shouted at everyone in the hallway. Most of them quickly dispersed and went on their way to class, knowing that they do not want to mess with me, Nagi, head of the disciplinary committee.
"And if we don’t?" I turned quickly to see who challenged me, and, not surprisingly, it was Tsuyoshi, a senior and delinquent new to Namimori High.
I, who was only a junior, glared at him intensely. "I will drag you to class then." I noticed that now no one was in the hallways; it seemed that way every time we meet they left.
"So, you’re threatening a senior?" He smirked at me; no one knew how much I despised him.
"Shall we go again?" I playfully smiled.
"Sure, hand to hand?" He kept smirking at me.
"Do you have a weapon?" I took my shoulder bag off and placed it near a wall.
"No, school rules forbids me to."
Before he could finish, I ran over and punched him; however, he dodged. So, I round house kicked him, but he ended up grabbing my leg. "What the?!" Without saying another word to me, he flipped me on my back. Annoyed and astonished, I kicked his feet out from under him. He let go of my leg as he fell to the ground, hard. I did a back flip to get myself up on my feet. I sighed, "go to class." I walked over, picked up my bag, and put it back on.
Before I could take another stepped, he, somehow, got behind me and had me in an arm lock. "Where do you think you’re going?"
"Let me go," I said struggling to break free.
"Cause I said so!" I could feel him tying my wrist together with a rope. I decided to change my plans. "Hmm…do you actually think this rope will bind my hands?" I playfully smiled as he walked and faced me.
"No, but this might." He snapped his fingers and then I felt them, sky flames.
"Wh-What?!" I knew my strength wasn’t a match for the sky flames.
He smirked at me and backed me against the wall. Without saying another word, he grabbed my black chained necklace and pulled at it, causing the clasp to break. "So, the ring and Lens?"
"Who are you really?" I glared at him, not letting him see what I was really feeling.
"In training, just like how you’re in training to be the Vongola Mist Guardian."
"What are you training for?"
"Varia Boss. Now, just stay out of trouble. I just have to pass this ‘protect someone from the main family’ test." He then released me from those ropes and put my necklace back on me. He glanced at my face as he lifted my blue hair to hide the clasp. "Why are you blushing?"
"Anou…I’m not blushing." I glanced at my reflecting in the window; I was blushing. "Just get to class."
He moved back in front of me, "no need to."
"5...4...3...2...1" The bell rang.
He sweetly smiled at me, "Come on Nagi-san; I’ll walk you to your next class." He took his arm and inter locked it with
one of mine.
"Oh wait!" He ran towards his locker, which was close by, and took a cane out, "might need this guarding you."
He used his free hand to take my hand. "Y-You don’t have to do this…"
"It’s only the polite thing to do since I am guarding a soon to be guardian." I felt that I was getting red again; I could feel everyone starring at the two of us while we were walking down the hallway.
Ella-san's Notes: Ok...So short one-shot story about two of my OC's. Here's a few notes.
Note 1: Don't ask about the title...i just thought it was sweet.
Note 2: Nagi is 17, blue hair mid length, blue eyes, jeans, disciplinary committee badge, red tank & blue jacket, skinny. Tsuyoshi: messy brown hair, brown eyes, lean, strong. (to give you an idea)