Kage Sekai - Part SixTakeshi found himself faceplanted into a tile floor after taking a small warp through the TV. He released a small groan of annoyance and pain before lifting his head up. His focused tightened and his senses were fully online and running once again. He let his eyes shift around for a little bit, and he saw many TVs and computers and such aligned along the room’s sides. A catchy tune rang through his ears, and that’s when he realized that he was in the tech isle of Inaba’s superstore, Junes.
After the realization struck him, Takeshi looked ahead of him. The group that had helped him out seemed to be looking at him, the first-year still being supported by Rise and Kanji. He slowly stood up then brushed his pants, then peered silently at the first-year through his new glasses. She appeared to be panting a little bit.
“Are you sure you’re alright?” the former idol asked in a slightly gentle tone. The ginger-dyed girl opened her mouth but no words came out
Kage Sekai - Part Five“Why the Hell is that kid here…?”
For several moments, Takeshi stared at the sprinting figure in the distance…or at least what he could see of her. It was like watching a damn cartoon. There was that one person being chased by a gang or some shit group like that. They seemed to zigzag back and forth, but it was slightly hard to see due to all the fog. Maybe it was a bad TV reception…? It would make sense, since he WAS apparently in a TV at the moment…
Takeshi was snapped out of his thoughts as he felt a tap on his shoulder. Souji was looking at him from behind. “Well, are you gonna help him or what?” he asked, unaware of the distant girl’s real gender. The high school student didn’t really blame him for saying ‘him,’ though…he honestly mistook the person for a guy earlier that day.
He blinked once before suddenly wearing an ‘r u cereal’ look on his face. His head shook as he returned Yu
Venting, is allCalm down, they said; You'll be fine, they said
Of course they say that, because I can't be read
They don't know me
Not at all
They don't know what I constantly see
Or how I always seem to fall
That one depressing, mad kid
Is all that most see me as
No time is bid
For those to really know, for they all simply pass
All my emotions build, and I begin hating
I do seek attention, but of course not too much
I just want to be noticed, just as such
I just wish to be happy, for a good long while
Just a time where I can hold a true smile
Not where I can smile one moment, and the next...
...I'm here, venting, in words; in text
Happiness is always sapped, so I can't really see
The joy and light that is somewhere in front of me
From my parents, few friends...I send you applause
For you are oblivious, and know not you are the cause
Kage Sekai - Part FourTakeshi grew wide-eyed as he looked to where the voices came from. As soon as he did so, a white-robed, humanoid figure burst from the fog, wielding what seemed to be a double-tipped katana joined by a circular handle. It rammed into the robot towering above him, causing it to stagger and fall over. The boy blinked in shock as he watched this happen, then took a look backwards to see a group of people standing behind him.
A redheaded girl leaned downwards, offering a hand to the high school student. For a moment, he hesitated, but soon took her hand. She helped him up and a small smile spread across her face. “You’re safe for now,” she said, patting Takeshi roughly on the right shoulder. He groaned in slight annoyance then scanned the group.
The group was gender-mixed. There were a few boys; one had brownish, short hair, and wore a pink top. Another seemed pretty muscular and, if one were to label someone, ‘badass,’ but…he looked kind of weird. He h
Kage Sekai - Part ThreeSince he had entered school today, it seemed like there was too much damn time. Even if he had only went through the first three hours of school so far…it seemed too damn long. Though…
…This was how he always felt when he came back to school.
But, yeah. Whatever. Point was, the first three periods of the day were over. It was time for lunch, and Takeshi was glad. Sure, he only had about half an hour or so to get some time to himself, but half an hour was sometimes more than enough. However…it might seem that we wouldn't have been able to get that alone time.
As he was walking up the stairs, making his way to the roof, Takeshi felt himself get shoved over. If it wasn't for the railing he grabbed at the last moment, he most likely would've fallen backwards and tumbled down the stairs right there. Once he regained his balance and focus, he glared upwards, barely catching sight of the person who almost caused him to come crashing down.
Black hair, ginger and red
Kage Sekai - Part TwoTakeshi found himself in an unfamiliar place. He was seated in a wooden chair, stationed in a middle of a room with black walls. Ahead, there was a single, large window, and through it, the boy was able to see daylight shining in. Maybe a little too much sunlight…it all kind of hurt his eyes.
He let his gaze shift to the right, and it was then that he saw a table. Behind it were a couple of other people, one a man, and the other a woman. The man…he had one long nose, and some creepishly wide eyes. The woman standing next to him had long, blonde hair, and was wearing some kind of blue clothing. It reminded Takeshi of something that flight attendants would wear…
“Welcome,” the man stated, a smile on his face. His gaze was locked onto the third-year student. “Do not be alarmed; I’ve summoned you. You’re simply fast asleep in your real world.”
Confused. That’s what Takeshi was right now. So…damn…confused. “U