Summary: The students find out that there is more to the new transfer students than meets the eye. Especially when they meet the other transfers. Crossover with DNANgel, D.Gray Man, Fruits Basket, Fullmetal Alchemist and Legend of Zelda.
Author's note: For future readers, you do not need to know any of the anime to understand the story. I have tried to make it easy to understand. Sometimes, it is better not knowing what the characters secrets are so that you may discover what they are hiding at the same time as their friends. Please tell me if there are things that are unclear. This is my first story.
Disclaimers: I do not own Harry Potter, DNAngel, D.Gray Man, Fruits Basket, Fullmetal Alchemist and Legend of Zelda. They belong to their respective creators.
Chapter One: New Students
It had been raining all day, meaning the three teenagers were stuck inside. They sat silently, somewhat of a miracle for the two boys present. The girl stared through the open sliding Japanese style door, watching the rain fall and enjoying the time the three of them spent together. Even though only the boys were family, cousins to be exact, they all lived in the same house with and author who was also the boys' uncle.
The taller and thinner boy had short silver purple hair and amethyst coloured eyes that shone brightly next to his pale skin. The second one had also short hair but of vibrant orange color which could rival the large magical family we all know and love. He also had brownish-red eyes which gave off the hint of his short temper. The girl on the other hand had long brown hair and big emerald eyes.
The strong silence was broken when the girl saw an owl fly towards the open door.
"Yuki! Kyo! Look!"
The boys both turned towards the door to see the owl enter the room and land on the table, shaking the water from its feathers. The three of them stared at it and the letters it held in its beak. A few minutes passed and the owl started to become impatient. It looked at the three of them and decided to head towards the taller boy. The boy looked back at the owl and then took the letters from its beak.
"Miss. Honda, there's a letter for you. And one for you cat," he said handing the letters to their owners. Tohru took hers happily but the other boy just stared at it.
"I'm not touching it now. The damn rat touched it."
"Please Kyo. We all got one. Take yours please," and she gave him her big puppy dog eyes which he could not resist.
"Fine," and Kyo snatched the letter from Yuki's hand.
The letters were all identical minus the different names inscribed on them. In addition, their contents were also the same.
The boy's faces where confused but Tohru's, on the other hand, was full of joy.
"Wow! It sounds like fun! We should go!"
"Umm… Miss. Honda. It may not be safe. We don't know anything about this school. And it's in London, England," wondered Yuki hesitantly, not wanting to upset her.
"The damn rat may be right. And we may have a difficult time hiding our secret," added Kyo.
"Oh! Sorry! We don't have to go if you don't want to…," Tohru said looking a bit upset but still smiling.
The boys looked at each other and sighed. I can always be careful, they both thought.
"Alright, we'll go…," they both answered.
Tohru's face brightened and her smile grew wide, making the cousins also smile with her.
Somewhere in England
"Allen, Komui wants to see you."
A young short boy looked up from his plate piled high with food and nodded. He took a few more bites and got up. If you were to see him from afar, you would have thought he was an old man because his hair was white. He had sliver-gray eyes with a scar over his left one. He also wore gloves which he rarely too off.
He walked through the long hallways and finally reached the doors leading to the chief's office. Inside, the tables, desk, and floor were filled with paperwork. Underneath, everything, Komui, the chief, was sleeping soundly. Allen sighed and walked up to the desk. Before waking him up with the famous phrase about his sister getting married, Allen noticed a yellowed envelope with his name on it. Thinking it was the reason he was called, he picked it up and saw that the seal had already been broken. He pulled out the letter and his mouth fell open as he read.
"Yes, we were as surprised as you are, Allen," said Komui. The boy jumped upon hearing his voice: he thought the man was still asleep.
"Anyway, we've decided that it would be a good idea if you went. There may be a piece of what we are looking for there. It may also be the spot where He may strike next," added the chief.
"Why at a school?"
"Because of what happened last year. There was a death of a student. We think there may be more. Their version of Him is back it seems and he kills…" Allen gulped, thinking how a man could just kill innocent children, "he kills a lot." With this, Allen was convinced about his mission to protect the students.
"When do I leave?"
"Your train leaves for London in half an hour."
King's Cross Station, London, England
Allen was discouraged. He had spent 20 minutes trying to find the platform for the Hogwarts express but without luck. His ticket said Platform 9 3/4. Since he usually jumped onto trains without waiting at the station, he was not to sure of himself here at King's Cross. However, he was sure that a ¼ of a platform did not exist. He sighed again and leaned against the wall opposite of platform 10. Just then, he heard a woman's voice say:
"This way children. We're early for once. Let's get to Platform 9 ¾."
Allen turned his head and saw a large group of people, probably a family because of their orange hair. However, Allen noticed that two of them were different. A boy, tall and skinny, had short black messy hair and glasses while a girl slender but shorter, had bushy brown hair.
Allen approached the group and noticed that three other youths did the same. They all stared in shock as the six children ran towards the wall and, one after another, passed right through. Before the woman, supposedly the red heads mother, passed through, Yuki stepped in.
"Excuse me, but is this the way to Platform 9 ¾?" he asked with a smile.
"Oh yes! First time here? Come, just step through the barrier. You should do it in a run if your nervous."
The four of them turned to look at each other, still very confused. Then, Tohru smiled, thanked Mrs. Weasley and ran towards the barrier while Yuki and Kyo cried out to her to stop. However, just like the children from before, she passed right through. Yuki and Kyo turned to each other and, with a sly grin, took of at full speed, Allen following slowly behind.
Once they all crossed, they stared in shock at the fact that there was another station right where the first one used to be. Since they still had half an hour before 11 o'clock, they had a lot of time to spare.
"We should go find seats," ventured Yuki, unsure of what they were to do.
"Yes, we should. By the way, I'm Allen Walker. Nice to meet you," he said with a little bow, smiling at the three others.
"It's true, we didn't introduce ourselves!" cried the girl, surprised. "I'm Tohru Honda and this is Yuki and Kyo Sohma."
"Let's just get inside," grumbled Kyo.