|Star Academy Adventures
Author: Muffin-Made Insanity PM
Aisha, Age 16 Void Princess, is enrolled in Star Academy in Velder, Nevada. Moving from London for many reasons, she tries to start a new life here. She meets a bubbly elf, a lonely nasod, a shy guardian, a cold half-nasod, and a rambunctious magic swordsman. With the help of these people, her life changes for the better. Next up: Saturday! Enter Void Trial!Rated: Fiction T - English - Humor/Drama - Aisha - Chapters: 6 - Words: 12,927 - Reviews: 33 - Favs: 6 - Follows: 11 - Updated: 12-11-12 - Published: 11-29-12 - id: 8749604
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Chi: I've been playing too much Street Fighter and watching to much anime..
Rena: How so?
Chi: Well for starters I got the idea to do an Elsword Star Academy series anime-style. And Elsword.
Chi: Hit me.
Elsword: o.o Um..
Elsword: Okay..*slaps Chi*
Chi: *growls* HADOKEN!
Chung and Raven: O.O
Aisha: Why didn't you just do that to Raven? You hate him don't you?
Chi: Yeah, but Elsword stole my 3ds :P
Aisha: Raven said you're a fat ass.
Raven: NO I DIDN'T!
Eve: Raven... HOSENKA!
I was a special child. I always had been the top of my class in London, specializing in dark magic. Then I moved from my top-floor apartment in London to the city of Velder, Nevada when I heard about a new training school. Star Academy for Special Children-just without the special, to keep their motives hidden from humans. Sunday was my evaluation to get inside the school, and I passed with flying colors. The sun hit my face my blinds flicked open, courtesy of my bat pet, Anger. I stretched and he flew over to me and nuzzled me, nibbling on my purple hair hungrily. I giggled.
"You that hungry Anger?"
"Of course, chichi. I didn't have anything to eat besides that leek last night, chichi. And besides, today's the day you go to that Star Academy place, chichi."
"Oh, right. Will you be alright here by yourself?" I asked, sitting up in bed, my black nightgown ruffled in many places due to my tossing and turning. I yawned and slid my feet out of bed into my purple bunny slippers, the cute little black bows tied at the end. My room had black walls with big purple polka dots all over the walls and white carpet that felt nice between my toes when I needed to relax. My bed was queen sized, covered with stuffed bats, frogs and foxes, and the covers were a light lilac color, made of silk. The memory foam always ensured me a good night's sleep. Anger purred by my side as I stroked his soft white fur. His yellow eyes were full of content as he landed in my hair and sat there, dozing off. I giggled and went to the kitchen, preparing some cereal. Today was it. This was the day I went to Star Academy in Velder, Nevada. My hair was hanging limply behind my back, not in their usual Void Princess pigtails. I poured some Cheerios into a bowl and got out the milk, only to discover the date was way past its time. I threw it out and had dry cereal. I handed Anger a piece of beef jerky from the cupboard, which he gobbled up and burped rather loudly. I laughed and raised and eyebrow.
"Excuse me, chichi." he said with a chuckle. I sighed after my Cheerios were done and washed out the bowl, checking the clock as I passed. I had about 45 minutes before I should leave to walk to school. I rushed to my room, throwing on my uniform, which consisted of a white and pink button up shirt, a brownish pink skirt, and light pink tights that I decorated using my magic with candy print on it. I pulled on my white shoes and went to the bathroom, where I washed my face and pulled my hair into two pigtails with Anger's help. I smiled at myself in the mirror, my purple eyes filled with life.
"Well Aisha, chichi. Let's get you to Star Academy, chichi." he summoned my staff and it landed in my hand. I smiled up at him and walked out the door to the roof of the apartment building. I smiled and shot dark energy into my staff, the dark el necklace around my neck pulsing with void energy. The staff lowered itself so that I could sit on it, and then Anger and I sailed off to Star Academy.
Anger and I landed softly behind the school, and I got off the staff and it disappeared. Anger sighed.
"Aisha, chichi, maybe I should come with you."
"Aisha, I'm sensing some very formidable people in there, chichi."
"Fine..hide in my bag." I pulled out my satchel and Anger floated inside it, muttering to me from the bag's dark depths,
"I'll protect you, it's in the contract, but I like you so...yeah, chichi."
I giggled. "Thanks Anger."
"Hey, you!" I jumped and whipped around in fear to see a boy walking towards me, his long hair swaying behind his back. I lost my tense posture once I saw the friendliness in his blue eyes.
"A-are you lost too?" I asked in a flat but nervous tone, silently praying he didn't see anything. He chuckled.
"Nah, I'm fine. Are you that new student they told us about? My El was going crazy because it sensed a new presence." I gaped at him, he could sense my El? He was wearing a yellow and blue shirt along with jeans. He nodded to my Dark El necklace, which was pulsing void energy into me. It matched my heartbeat, but of course, I was marked an emo because I wore such dark clothing back in London, but now I had to wear this, and I knew I'd have to perk up this year, or I wouldn't last long. I smiled at him, nodding.
"Yeah, I'm Aisha, Void Princess." I held out my hand. The boy shook it firmly, and then let go, his face a bit fatigued. He smiled.
"I'm Chung, Iron Paladin." He said. I nodded and he scratched the back of his head.
"So..what's your first class Aisha?"
"Let's see..I have Art first.." I trailed off. I was no good at art. I sighed. "Gonna be a long first period."
"I have P.E." Chung said with a shrug. "I wish I could show you the way to art, but that's a little too far from where I have to go. But I have Math next."
"I'll meet you there then." he said with a smile. Then he walked off, leaving me alone. I slipped through the back door while Anger muttered,
"That boy had a very strong connection to Light El, chichi."
I scuttled down the halls, desperately trying to find the Math room. Art had went rather well for the first time, but I still sucked at drawing a simple flower. The bell was going to ring in about two minutes, and I was freaking out, close to panicing. The halls were nearly empty, and I couldn't find Room 201 anywhere. I started to panic. Anger was calmly suggesting we go to another classroom to find help, but I didn't listen. My El was beating quickly, and I rushed down the halls until I nearly collided with a white-haired girl, startling her and making her drop her books. She scowled at me, and snapped,
"Didn't you ever learn to look? Honestly, I've seen a squirrel with better manners than you! And yet you just stand there, while I clean up my books." I yelped in surprise at her sudden outburst and helped her pick up her books. Her voice was quiet, but the venom in those words stung. This girl clearly wasn't impressed with my first impression. I stacked her books neatly in the order they were in and hand them to her. She huffed and took them as I stared at her. She had flowing white hair, and on the top was a black beret with a blue-green stripe on the side, and little anime-character buttons of a black and white drone on the side of the beret. A chain hung loosely on the right side of her flowing white hair, which went just below her shoulders. She had startling white eyes and porcelain skin. She was wearing a white button up shirt like me, with a red cross on the right side where her heart is, and a checkered pink and white skirt, along with dark pink and brown striped stockings and black shoes. She raised an eyebrow and sighed,
"Need something? And just so you know, I'm not a lesbian."
I snapped out of my trance, giggling a bit at her lesbian comment. She rolled her eyes. I sighed. "N-no, that's not it," Why was I stuttering so much today? "I'm Aisha, Void Princess. I'm new here. Can you direct me to Room 201, erm..uh.."
"Eve. Code Nemesis. I'd be glad to lead you there. I was just about to head there as well." She said in a frighteningly calm voice. I smiled, masking my shock and slight fear, and nodded.
"Thanks for your help Eve..and sorry about your books." I said. Eve shook her head.
"Sorry. I shouldn't have gotten mad at you for that. But thank you for helping me pick them up." We started to walk down the hall when I asked her suddenly,
"Hey Eve, do you want to be friends?"
"Wh-what?" She said, taken aback by my sudden question. "I..I..I have never had a friend before.." Eve trailed off. I blinked in surprise. She was so nice though, despite her sudden outburst back there. And she's never had a friend?
"Eve..it doesn't matter if you haven't had a friend or not. I want to be your first friend!" I said with a smile. She blinked, obviously pondering my offer. Her eyes became clouded over with thoughts as she went silent. She shook her head.
"Not..not now. I'm sorry, but it would be inappropriate for acquaintances to suddenly become friends. I am sorry Aisha." She said. I frowned but didn't object. When her eyes clouded over, they showed nothing but regret and sadness. We were silent as we walked to Math. When we opened the door, the bell just rang. I jumped, and Eve blinked before looking at the teacher. She was curved in places, her amber eyes sharp, her brown hair swayed intimidatingly behind her back, making me shiver a bit. This teacher seemed like a Dragon Lady. This was not going to be a good year.
"Ah, Eve, Newbie. Glad you joined us. Newbie, you're sitting with Rena," she pointed to the elf in the corner, who was staring at me with earnest, kind eyes, a bright smile painted on her face. I started to walk toward her, but a ruler that nearly smacked me in the face stopped me. The teacher came up to me and stared at me. "But first..you must give the class an introduction. I'm Mrs. Stella, the Math and Homeroom teacher. Your homeroom teacher. So get comfortable." I nodded, thrusting down a sudden sigh, and she nodded at the board.
"Go write your name up there and then give a little 'intro' to the class." Stella nudged me towards the board and I sighed under my breath.
This is gonna be a long, humiliating year. I wrote my name on the board, and turned to face the class, half of who weren't even looking at me, others who had their eyes glued on me, particularly my chest. I scowled and I could feel my Dark El pulse a bit brighter, which made them look up at my face. I cleared my throat and said,
"I'm Aisha, a Void Princess. I moved here from London to see if I could improve on my combat skills, and a bit for a change of scenery. My hobbies include reading, practicing magic, and playing with my pet, Anger." I looked at Stella who nodded, and I erased my name and sat down quickly. Several students were still staring at me, some of their eyes had fear and anxiety, others had warm, welcome looks. Eve and Chung, who were sitting in the rows ahead, were staring at the board as Stella began her lecture. I turned to Rena, who was poking me constantly. I stared at her, and she smiled.
"Rena. Wind Sneaker." She had on a white and pink button up blouse, a checkered pink skirt like Eve, and blue shoes with those sagging socks I used to have when I was in grade-school. She had small bandages on each knee, and I could see faint scrapes underneath each one. I wonder what she did to get those?
"Oh, my scrapes? Those are from P.E, where we spar. Raven gave me trouble, so I had to resort to getting some scrapes. I'm fine though." She said with a smile. I smiled back. This girl was clearly nice. After talking for a while, I learned that she loves close combat, and has broken a fair share of bones than she'd like to remember. I laughed at this, as this elf was innocent and sweet. After Stella caught us talking, she went to sleep during her lecture, and I sighed. She was sleeping so soundly, it was hard to believe she was so powerful. Then the bell rang, and Rena sprang up like a doll, and walked out the door, waiting for me in the hall. She led me to P.E, where I'd be sparring against someone today. The P.E teacher, Lowe, lined us all up and shouted who would be sparring with who. Lastly, he looked at me, and then at a red haired kid who had a white t-shirt and black shorts on, and smiled.
"Elsword, you'll be sparring with Aisha." I glanced at the boy, who did so in return, but his glance seemed to say, 'Good luck.' I narrowed my eyes and glared back with, 'I don't need luck.' He nodded and we all sat down to watch the others spar. Some people cried, some people didn't even take a scratch, and others got completely ass-whooped. Finally my name was called. I sucked in a breath and went to the battlefield, where Elsword was waiting with a sword that he easily slung over his shoulder, despite that things size. I was instantly scared, but I didn't show it. I muttered to myself,
"Anger, I need you. Now." With a warp, he was on my head, nibbling at my pigtail.
"Hey Aisha, chichi. Who we up against for your little sparring shindig?" he said, staring at the boy, who was looking at his palm. I narrowed my eyes and opened my hand, signaling that I needed my wand. Anger nodded and it appeared in my hand, and I knew shit was about to go down the moment Lowe shouted 'BEGIN.' Elsword charged at me with impressive speed and I jumped back, shooting a void ball. He thrust his right palm out, shooting a rune that exploded on contact with the void ball.
A Rune Slayer? They're supposed to be extinct, chichi! Anger thought to himself. But even so, I can sense the darkness in this boy, faint, but there. Aisha's darkness on the other hand is close to consuming her, and yet she hasn't succumbed to madness, just depression. However...Anger looked at his partner, who was currently casting a poison cloud spell. Isn't the reason we moved from Feita in the first place was to escape all the people trying to hunt her? And in London, when they discovered she was a witch, she killed half the population with a single spell. And now, this boy has no idea what he's in for.
I skidded on the ground, scratches evident on my wand and face. Elsword had some as well, and was also coughing up blood from my poison gas. If I could hold on a bit longer, I could make it to lunch and not go to the hospital today. I smirked and charged at him again while he was coughing, raising my axe-staff to chop down, only to be blocked by his sword yet again. I sighed and muttered,
"I'm really getting tired of this. Anger!" Anger nodded and bit his hand, sending pulses of shockwaves into his body he yelped and let go, shaking Anger off after a brief struggle, in which Anger hissed and floated down next to me. Elsword growled and tried to shoot a rune, the one that said 'Copy,' and it didn't come out of his palm. I giggled.
"Anger's bite venom blocks the mana in your veins from flowing. You can't use mana temporarily. And that means.." I raised my hand, pointing a finger and him, and shouting,
"Game Set and Match!" Elsword shook his head and ran towards me and I narrowed my eyes and sat on my staff, summoning a Grimoire. Elsword's eyes widened as I muttered,
"Death Field." Elsword flew backwards from the explosion, clearly knocked out. I stared blankly at his body before getting over to his unconsious body and poking it. I smiled softly.
Aisha's either playing with him or she'll start laughing manically. If she does, everyone in this room needs to run. Nobody said a word. Aisha lit a a light ball in her hand, and pressed it onto Elsword's arm. It enveloped his body, and when the light cleared, he was healed. Aisha stood up, satisfied, and held out her hand. Elsword stared at it. Aisha smirked as he took it. She nodded at him as he stared at her blankly.
"I still won."
"Yeah..that was a nice trick there Aisha. But next time..how about not almost killing me?"
"Will do Elsword," I said with a laugh, shaking his hand. "Will do."
Chi: *huff huff* Its...it's done.. HALLELUJAH!
Eve: Nice ending.
Aisha: WOOT I KICKED ELBAKA'S ASS!
Elsword: ;.; Why me..
Chung: I sounded like a woman.
Chi: That was the point.
Raven: Where was I?
Chi: You'll see :3
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