Toran managed to climb up all the way until he was at the ground again. He let Mr. Akura on his feet.
“I.. I knew it,” Mr. Akura said.
“You knew what?” Toran questioned.
That then, everybody from the class came to ask if the principal was alright. Toran walked away, knowing that he didn’t need any more trouble. Just then, Mikazuki ran up to him.
“That was AMAZING!” Mikazuki yelled out.
Toran plugged his ears with his hands. “What was?”
“How you actually defeated Mr. Akura! He’s known to be the most powerful person ever to live in this village since 4 years ago because of the Ryokusenkai, which he obtained.”
“Is that so? I didn’t know.”
“I wonder why you aren’t considered the strongest. Don’t you show off how powerful you are?”
“No. I don’t want to attract a crowd. I prefer to be the unnoticed average student type.
“Why? You can be like a star in the village!”
“That’s the thing I don’t want. I don’t want to be a celebrity or anything. Just like R-… my friend said.”
“Well, okay I guess.”
The crowd’s attention turned towards Toran. A lot of people surrounded him.
“Are you the one that did all this? Make a huge hole in the school and all? Injured the principal to this point?”
Toran hesitated. “… I can’t deny the truth I guess. Yes I did.”
The crowd gasped. There was an awkward moment between them. Finally Toran said,
“It’s my fault right?”
The crowd didn’t listen to him at all.
“I can’t believe it. You defeated the principal in a fight!” A boy said.
Toran was surprised. “Is it that big of a deal?”
“Of course it is! Nobody beat him before, ever since the last 4 years ago. And with that wind… you must have the power he calls ‘Ryokusenkai’ except yours is way more stronger!” A girl said from the crowd.
“I see…” Toran felt like he understood but didn’t understand at the same time.
“Can you please go back to your classes, students?” the principal said. “I have to talk to the transferred student.”
“So you’re the transferred student?” A girl from another class asked. “No wonder you’re so good looking! Rumors say it true!”
“Exactly. I use these in case I’m in danger, and to keep the school safe too. It took me 40 years for me to learn even the lowest level of Ryokusenkai. Aren’t you proud of me?” Mr Akura said.
“That wasn’t what I meant at all…” Mikazuki groaned.
“Who is this guy?” Toran thought. “Is he really the principal of this school?”
“So, what are you hear for anyways, Mikazuki?” Mr. Akura asked.
“To inform you about the new transfer student.”
“Ohh, right… I forgot that there was one. Is he the one behind you?”
“Yes, he is.”
“Okay. Hello, I am Mr. Akura, the principal and a proud Ryokusenkai user, although it took me 40 years to use it. You must be Madorashiki Toran,” Mr. Akura said.
“Pleased to meet you,” Toran replied.
“Alright, let me set you things up for-“
Mr. Akura paused. He didn’t say anything else. He stared right at Toran with his eyes. He raised a brow, and suddenly widened his eyes.
“Um… Mr. Akura?” Toran asked.
“You, come with me. Now,” Mr. Akura said, and went out the door.
“Does he always act like this to every transfer student?” Toran asked.
“No he doesn’t. Something is wrong. Let’s follow him,” Mikazuki said.
Toran nodded, and followed him. They eventually ended up in the school grounds, with Mr. Akura ordering him to stand far away from him. So Toran did. They were on the ground used for physical education, and Toran was very confused on what was happening. He noticed that his class and some others were looking at them from the windows of the building.
“Okay Toran, get ready to defend yourself,” Mr. Akura said.
“Me? Defend myself from what?” Toran questioned.
But there was no time. Mr. Akura blowed a heavy wind towards him, pushing Toran back a little, but still standing firmly.
“What is this about?” Toran asked.
But Mr. Akura blowed another one towards him, with Toran dodging successfully. Suddenly, Toran felt like as if he had experienced this before.
“That’s right,” Toran told himself. “This pulse- like feeling… I can use it as well!”
As Mr. Akura kept launching pulses, he managed to dodge them all and started charging his hand.
“W-What… I feel an energy I never had before!” Mr. Akura exclaimed.
Toran jumped close to him, avoiding everything Mr. Akura threw at him, and he was about to fire it when he noticed that he would damage the school building around him. So he jumped up and right when he was above him, he discharged it. A huge wind stronger than anything Mr. Akura shot went right onto him, and Mr. Akura was pushed right down onto the ground. Half the ground became torn into pieces and Mr. Akura was sinking down. Quickly, Toran fell down in order to rescue him. He catched him, and started jumping from rock to rock, until a giant piece of stone was falling on to him. He quickly charged his legs and fired it at the stone, which broke into a million pieces. Once again, Mr. Akura widened his eyes in surprise.
Toran got a chalk and wrote his name on the board in kanji. Then, he looked at the dismayed teacher and faced the crowd.
“Hello, I am the transfer student, Madorashiki Toran. Pleased to meet you,” Toran announced. To his dismay, most of the girls in the class stared at him without a word.
“Miss Kasahara, where will he sit?” A girl from the class asked with excitement.
The teacher, finally getting control of herself, stood up and thought for a moment.
“Why don’t you sit there, right next to Mikazuki? Especially since you came right from the ceiling with her. But you should tell the principal first, to let him know that you are here,” Miss Kasahara said.
Toran looked at her. She had black eyes with short, blonde hair. She looked like a nice person though, and Toran looked at the door, and started to walk.
“Oh wait, I’m sure you don’t know where the principal’s room is. Would anybody like to guide him to the principal’s office?” Miss Kasahara asked.
A lot of girls raised their hand, which Toran still didn’t know why.
“How about Mikazuki? I’m sure you know him best as of this moment.” Miss Kasahara said.
A ton of girls glared at her, which Toran also didn’t know why. Mikazuki walked up to him, and opened the door as she walked out, with Toran going after her.
“Hey, is this natural for the girls in this school to try to participate on helping people?” Toran questioned.
“No it isn’t, but I told you before, right? You’re the handsome transferring student, and I think the girls started to take an interest on you already,” Mikazuki said.
“Really? Wow, this is going to be troublesome.”
“By the way, why are you transferring into this school anyways?”
“Me and my personal reasons.”
Mikazuki wondered for a while, and then noticed that they were right next to the principal’s office. She opened the door.
“Mr. Akura?” Mikazuki asked.
An overwhelming amount of force gusted through the door. It almost blew Mikazuki away, while Toran stood firmly.
“Are you doing this again, Mr. Akura?” Mikazuki said stubbornly.
“What do you mean, ‘this again?’” A tall man with brown shaggy hair with intimidating black eyes in a karate suit said. “This is to maintain my power of Ryokusenkai!”
Mikazuki puts her hand on her face. “Its hard to believe you can keep the school organized while doing all these dangerous moves.”
Mikazuki was amazed at how fast Toran was going.
“He’s faster than a cheetah,” she thought.
As he went along the path, he saw a market full of tents, and a lot of people looking at the things they were selling. He hesitated, and then jumped up high, landing on one of the wooden tents while controlling his weight so that the tent would not break. Then he kept walking along the tents and made it through.
He thought that he can go smoothly right to the school, but just then, a giant piece of cement fell from the sky and right in the middle of the path.
“Man, what is up with things falling out of the sky on the day I’m transferring?” he thought.
He backed up, and started charging his leg. And he flung the cement out of the way.
“Whoa…” Mikazuki thought.
Toran kept on running, but right in the middle of the path, a train with no passengers, not even an engineer came from the left. He jumped on it, taking him farther away from it. He got onto a certain type of tree and started hanging on the branch.
“Wait, what are you planning to do?” Mikazuki asked.
“Fling ourselves to the school,” Toran said. “It’ll be quick, and I can ensure our safety.”
Mikazuki decided to believe him and clutched onto him. 3… 2… 1…
The next moment was almost like flying. They were above the clouds, gliding and gliding. Toran pinpointed where the school is and stopped right in the middle of it.
“Alright, we’re going to land,” he said. “Don’t worry, you’re sa- … is that an AIRPLANE?”
They saw an airplane coming to them at great speed. The airplane then dashed right over them, causing them to blow away at great speed.
“Toran, where are we blowing to!?” Mikazuki yelled.
“I honestly have no idea!” Toran shouted.
They were hitting towards land at great speed. If Mikazuki fall to the ground from 2 miles above where they are, she will die. Toran, knowing this, tried to control himself, but the pressure was too strong for him. Therefore, he knew what he had to do. He charged his legs and focused on making the impact of hitting the ground on him. He became closer, closer, and close to the ground until…
He smacked his ready-charged legs on the ground to make the impact on him easier. He was digging through the ground with it. About a minute later, he finally stopped digging through. It was easy for him to climb up, but when he saw the crater, he was happy that nobody was close enough to be hit by that crater impact. The crater itself was larger than an asteroid from out of space.
He then realized that he only had a minute left. Using his brain, he figured out how he can make it to the school in time. He scrambled up for the nearest tree that he used to fling himself the other time. He noticed that another airplane was launching. He timed himself and got ready to launch up in the air.
“Do we have to do this again?” Mikazuki groaned. “More importantly, will we really make it to school on time?”
“Yes we will, don’t worry,” Toran answered.
He flung himself up to the air, and controlled himself until the airplane came along. Once again, Toran was hit by the force of the wind and was gliding right to the school. They had 30 seconds left, but it was enough time to make it to their class. But then, tragedy occurred.
A giant piece of cement, the one that Toran kicked out of the way came right onto him and pushed him of course. He kicked it, and it broke to pieces. Toran was happy that the cement was completely gone now, but now that the cement hit him, instead of landing safely on the school court to their classroom, he was directed to the classroom itself. Toran panicked and tried to think of a way to change his direction, but there was no time. There are only 15 more seconds before class starts. And with Mikazuki on him, it was very hard to maneuver. Toran, unable to think of avoiding hitting the classroom, got his situation worse when a piece of the cement hit Toran, which hit Toran and separated them. Toran, being pushed down by that cement, kicked it away with all his might at the last moment, and had no choice. The bell that announces that class has begun will ringing 3 seconds. 3… 2… 1…
Toran broke through the ceiling, landing right next to the door, with Mikazuki falling and landing on Toran, just as the bell rang. The class’s eyes widened, and the teacher backed away.
“Oww… I guess we made it on time though,” Toran said to Mikazuki. Mikazuki nodded as she went to her desk and Toran getting up.
It was a nice calm day on a small village called Amitaruton. Everything was great. It is like heaven to be here. Of course, that is, until chaotic things happen. You see, this isn’t a normal village. You will see what I am talking about in just a few seconds.
Just then a giant gush of wind flowed and all kinds of leaves went rolling off. There is our main character.
A brown-golden hair colored boy with a brown-golden eye color was running. He was wearing a giant robe that covered every single part of his body except for his head. It also had particular designs on it. And so begins our story.
“Fudge, I think I stayed out there too long,” He says as he ran. Suddenly, he jumped onto a tree.
“Ahh, so that’s the school I’m transferring to. It has a nice picture. I guess I’ll make it in time,” He told himself.
He jumped down the tree and started walking. “What a nice day,” he thought.
Suddenly, a giant ball twice his size rolled down a hill, right at him. He looked at it, but did not move.
“Oh god. First day of school, and suddenly this? I’m so unlucky,” He thought.
He put his right hand on the ground and started charging. And just when the ball was 20 feet away from him, he punched the wind. It sent the ball all the way to the sky.
“I probably shouldn’t use this at school though, even if I’m in danger. It poses way too much strength,” He says to himself.
He has a pulse-like power that allows him to fire a very strong condensed energy. This lets him do things ranging from sending things far away at great speed to make a severe injury. It has devastating power as well.
As he continues his way to school, he picks up a rock. He throws it at a tree. An apple came falling out of it, which he catches and eats.
He has an IQ of 12,500. However, he sometimes can’t use his brain well, causing him to sometimes act like an everyday ordinary citizen.
He eventually ends up at the 2 tallest buildings in his village, which is in the middle of where he lives and school. He walks past the first building, knowing that accidents like someone falling from a building only happens in fiction films, but when just when he is about to walk past the second one, something is falling. At first, he thought that it was a bird shot from far away (because things like that are possible in his world) but when he looks closely, it was a girl. He widens his eyes as he catches her.
When he looks closely, it is a girl with dark green hair. Something about her makes him awkward. He is 7 years old, and he has actually lost his memory 2 years ago. There are exactly 730 days in a year in his world, not including leap year. There are 24 months in a year for his world, so he has lost his memory almost exactly 48 months ago. He wonders if she had anything to do with his mysterious past. The girl slowly reveals her light green eyes and looks at him. She gasps and apologizes. And then she stares at him for a moment until he let her stand on the ground.
“Thank you for catching me. I am Akimatsu Mikazuki from Tokimachi elementary school,” She said.
“Tokimachi elementary school? That’s where I’m transferring!” he exclaimed.
“T-transferring? Then does that mean you’re… you’re Madorashiki Toran??” Mikazuki said.
“Um, yes... I am,” Toran answered.
“Wow… rumor says it true!! “ Mikazuki said.
“Rumor? What rumor?” Toran questioned.
“The rumor about the boy transferring is a handsome-looks student!” Mikazuki told him.
“Handsome? ME?” Toran said.
“Yes you, who else could I be talking to?” Mikazuki said.
“Well, you’re pretty cute too,” Toran said. “Perhaps you’re popular in the school?”
“Well, I guess boys often stare at me… so that’s could be true. But strange, I never had a boy be able to keep a straight face after I complimented them.”
“You can say that I had like… a small incident back in my lost memory that makes me sometimes feel uneasy with girls.”
They had started a conversation, and they didn’t notice that time has passed.
“Wow, I guess I have a lot more to learn from you,” Mikazuki laughed.
“Same here,” Toran said. “… Whoa, look at the time!”
“Uh oh, we’re going to be late,” Mikazuki said as she worried.
Toran sighed. “We can still make it in time.”
“How?” Mikazuki questioned. “There are only 10 more minutes and we’re still about a mile away!”
Toran grabbed her hand and started running, but Mikazuki couldn’t run as fast as he can and almost fell.
“Oh god,” Toran said as he squat down. “I’ll give you a piggyback ride to make it faster.”
Mikazuki hesitated, but told herself that there isn’t any more time. She got on Toran.
“There are 4 more minutes. We can still make it in time, just hang on to me tight,” Toran told her, and dashed across the place.
Flames surrounded everywhere around this certain place. There was absolutely no way of escaping, especially since it wasn’t a normal flame. There were 5 people inside the flame, with their armies outside the flame.
“Logria-sama, are you alright?” A voice yelled from the army.
“This is where we part, my fellow army,” Logria yelled from the flame as he started to approach this certain man.
“So you are the infamous Logria known across my whole kingdom,” the man Logria was approaching said. “Well, you certainly do have the looks of a king from Hatsukiri.”
“Don’t worry Shikumita-sama,” The man next to him says. “I will protect you at all cost.”
“That won’t be necessary,” Shikumita says. “The Three Avengers of Torucon is here, and the flame is closing by. Even without the flame, you will be no match for more than one of them. I’m glad I made the flame. It’s like exchanging my life to wipe them out, and that is definitely worth it.”
“Guess we’ll die now then,” Logria implied. “Are you ready to disappear from the world, Ritsuta and Futachiro?”
“I’m fine,” Ritsuta said
“Heck, you’re always so emotionless and cold.” Logria joked. “How about you, Futachiro?”
“Let me make a prayer first,” Futachiro said and put his hands together while closing his eyes. I wish that my successor will be a great Avenger, possibly even better than me. Futachiro opened his eyes.
“Alright, let’s go!” Logria shouted as he dashed toward the two.
“Bring it on!” The man next to Shikumita yelled as he sprinted forward him.
And the five people all attacked, just as the flame was going to shrink and cover them all with it. And that was the final moment they lived.