So I finally got around to do doing the tonfa, though I don't like it as much as my other two.
Anyway, this concludes this ~


Hibari Kyoya was a violent child, which helped to add to his lack of friends, considering the parents were often wary of their child playing with such a violent one. Not that Hibari particularly cared.

His idea of "playing" was to hurtle rocks at each another until the last one standing became the winner. Or to fight with sticks, lunging at each other as if they were swords. Though this may be a common game for kids to play, but Hibari would get too harsh and end up giving the other kids bloody noses and black eyes...

One day, on his way home from school (which he was extremely fond of for some odd reason), he was passing a house on which workers were doing construction on. A pair of metal bars suddenly rolled by his feet, and they made the most lovely sound, he thought; moving across the cement sidewalk with a rasping, scratching noise...

Hibari picked up the pair of metal bars, and walked up to a nearby STOP sign. He banged one bar against the pole of the sign – and what a lovely sound it made as well! he thought. These metal bars were a lot better than wimpy sticks, he could see that. These could cause real damage... real hurt...

So, Hibari stole the pair of metal bars, often keeping them with him wherever he went. It was great fun to threaten the other kids with them – if they were all crowding together and such. He loved his pair of metal bars so much that he used every excuse he could find to use them against the other kids.

And this is where his disciplinary, prefect self came to be. If a kid broke one of the school rules, naturally they would have to be punished, right? That's what Hibari thought, anyway. Any student who broke the school rules, (even such as cheating in a kickball game during recess) Hibari was always there to raise his metal bars against them and declare that they deserved to be punished.

Of course, after a while, the teachers realized that he was bringing these dangerous tools to school, which they confiscated. But that didn't stop Hibari from still being fond of his pair of metal bars, and loving to beat people to a pulp with them; mostly crowds.

And in turn, as he got older and realized that there really was a weapon he could use called tonfa, he switched to those, which were a lot more convenient than metal bars, considering they were collapsible too and had a better grip. Not to mention he looked like a fool carrying these bars around with him...

The tonfa really did become an extension of his body, and were often stained with blood. They also helped him to get the title of Head Prefect during middle school

Anyone who knew Hibari Kyoya well knew to fear these metal bars of his.