"Ah, nope." She furrowed.Before he could even take a step away, the so-called silver-haired male elfin pulled the hem of his tattered yet not dirty cotton clothing. Her retorting feat was so fast that the 'pup's' lips departed, leaving a quick squeak from her sudden pull."Not a chance."Yuna instantly cupped his clothes in search of the pocket until she pulled out an ice-blue bracelet."You suck at this but nice try." She stood up as she let him take one last glimpse of the bracelet before she scuffled in back to her wrist. She pushed the kid away and started strolling to continue her observation.Stealing was something she did not expect to happen that, but it was not a big deal either. The fact that a kid like him learned to steal was kind of pitiful to her. She never thought such poverty would even spawn in this almost-perfect world. Maybe she let herself be blinded by what magic could even do, that they could be able to do everything they want that were beyond humans.The young w
The sun was a quarter away before setting beyond the horizon. The different pace of time was slowly triggering her jet lag, which was extremely troublesome. Thankfully, no signs of familiar entities looking for her appeared but that doesn’t mean she would let her guard down. It not that she wouldn’t go back but she just wanted the stroll she always does before, something like that.After hours of sauntering around, they decided to take a rest and fill their stomachs by a bistro they managed to find.“This place wasn’t that helpful as I expected,” She sighed as she set her elbow on the wooden table and rested her chin on her palm. She gradually crossed her feet as she watched every creature, big and small, pass by.“Is this your first time here in the Capital, mister?” The ‘pup’ who was eating and sitting opposite to her asked.“You could say that,” she mumbled, "Is this the only place to buy stuff?” She would not expect a shopping mall in such a place but a smuggling illegal marketpla
“Any sign of her?” Omri asked the worried and frustrated Manasseh, who without a second thought, has roamed around the whole castle to look for Yuna. “None,” She burst out, now crying after prolonging her sullen agony for more than an hour. What if someone abducted her? What if Yuna was in danger right now? They need to find Yuna as soon as possible for her existence was something that should be kept confidential from the public. If the Council were to know about her resurrection, death was certain for her or worse, there wouldn't even be a proper burial, and the truth about her real identity would be nothing but a theory.There's one more place to search, and that is outside the academy. He would not risk wasting the time just by waiting for the so-called ‘All-knowing’ to find her, so he decided to search for her instead.Without a second thought, he unerringly sprinted towards the white marble balcony in front of them and jumped out with the support of his left hand.“Omri!” Manass
“You two are not sent here to just pull me back, right?” Zyair narrowed his amber eyes as he scanned the two folks standing in front of him.‘Seemingly an elf, ah no, a sprite and a young ‘Yuu’ni’.” He thoughtfully assumed.No, they were not that familiar to Zyair, except for that silver-haired guy, who had been giving him an uneasy yet familiar feeling.He was a little tall, slim, and was wearing clothes male elfin mostly wear. His messy silver bangs, long entangled hair, and emerald gaze made him look domineering and frigid. That silver hair color though, it only made him remembered that ‘annoying’ brat.“No, my teacher needs your help to look---” Zyair cut the young Yuu’ni off with a zany groan.Regardless of Yuna’s accentuated male features, Zyair was able to see through her disguise; he was the so-called ‘all-knowing’ after all. Not a simple disguise such as those can or will even fool him. “Nah, go away. Do I look like a book of guide to you?” He closed his eyes and decided to
“What do you think about this new ‘Yuna’?” Omri spoke as he leaned to the stone wall inside Zyair’s main office. It was dark and gloomy for him but it was Zyair’s comfort zone.Zyair loves the darkness but that fact about him, never equated that he’s evil.“Hmm,” Zyair hummed as he rested his chin on his intertwined slender fingers. To be honest, this was the first time she met Yuna face to face and alive. Not a clue of what her nature even looked like.
Yuna, as she stared at their food for breakfast in front of her. It was composed of vegetables and fruits known to human men like leafy veggies, oranges, and apples. There were some slices of bread, but not a single piece of meat. ‘Maybe wild animals don’t exist here. What a rather menacing place to be stuck on where meat is not even cultivated.’ She closed her eyes as she sighed upon that thought. She savored her food; it was quite bland and no
A little far beside the Academy was a simple, peaceful, and isolated garden. Colorful and profuse kinds of flowers bloomed in beauty like there’s no tomorrow as they encircled a mature Oak tree. None of the students had access to such a wonderful place for this garden was created out of love.Painful moans and punches then elapses, ruining the sole purpose of this place. Omri fell to the ground and wiped the blood from his bleeding lips. He expected this, most especially from him. He was invited by Hayden for a
"So how about you, why do you love the night so much? Zyair then asked, but instead of an answer, he only watched her pretty smile fade away with sole confusion.She almost let her guard down from this friendly talk; she doesn't know what to say. What if she would say something that isn't known to this world? What if they suspect there's something unusual about her? What if the night sky here wasn't the same as hers? What if?