A/N: Hello everyone! I bet it's been a while since anybody has seen my name come up here! I am back into the world of fanfiction! After almost a year? God, I kind of think some angry people who read my stories should have come after me with pitchforks in an angry mob by now. But just the same, I am glad they have not! I figured this time around I'd try something a little different since in the past my previous fanfiction hasn't worked out! First things first...
Type: AU (Alternate-Universe, which means that I am using the characters from Digimon, but never did they go through the Digital World or any other shenanigans like that. I only wish I could write that kind of fanfiction, but I have failed at it in the past).
Sora Takenouchi- 17
Mimi Tachikawa- 17
Hikari Yagami- 16
Miyako Inoue- 16
Taichi Yagami- 17
Yamato Ishida- 17
Takeru Takaishi- 16
Daisuke Motomiya- 16
Ken Ichijouji- 16
(Yes, typically Kari, Davis, Ken, T.K and Yolei would normally be all two years younger, or something along those lines, but again, AU).
(These two are the only definite couples at the moment. I plan to play around with the rest of the characters).
Let's get started!
Complete & Utter Chaos
"That's one bad fire," Miyako "Yolei" Inoue commented, watching the television screen as her good friend Mimi Tachikawa brushed her long purple hair and was about to braid it for her. They had turned on the television in their dorm room just in time to see the news. Odaiba Academy for Boys had burned down earlier in the day. It was still unknown how the fire had started, but apparently it had burned to the ground. On the television a reporter was talking about it and how no one was killed in the fire and only a few staff members were injured. "Doesn't your brother go there?" Miyako asked, turning to Hikari "Kari" Yagami who was sitting on her bed, paging through a magazine.
The brunette nodded. "I talked to him earlier on the phone. He's thrilled because he's convinced that now he doesn't have to go to school anymore." She told them, turning to the next page in the magazine.
"Do you think they'll dump them all into the public school?" Sora Takenouchi wondered out loud. She sat cross-legged next to Kari, her short auburn hair pinned out of her face. She had a textbook in her lap and was mulling over the answer to a math problem.
"I think that would be kind of funny watching those boys struggle to go to public school." She said, beginning to braid Yolei's hair. The girls all laughed in unison before turning back to the television as they heard the matter they were all wondering about being discussed.
"There have been many questions arising from parents about where there children will attend school and until the building can be re-built, it has been decided that Odaiba Academy for Girls will accommodate them."
The four of them stopped listening after they heard that. Mimi stopped braiding Yolei's hair, Kari closed her magazine and Sora slammed shut her textbook because the value of X suddenly became less important. "What?" Yolei cried, being the first to speak.
There had always been two private boarding schools in Odaiba. One for boys and one for girls and then there was Odaiba Public High School. The private schools were on opposite sides of the town and they didn't interact much but they were built and owned by the same person over thirty years ago.
"They should be going to the public school! They can't…suddenly just let boys into an all girl school." Mimi ranted. "We're separated for a reason, if we wanted to be meshed together, we would go to the public school. And you know what public schools are like..." She trailed off.
"Complete and utter chaos." Sora finished for her, knowing how Mimi always described them even if she'd never set foot in one her entire life. Sora, on the other hand, used to attend public school and knew from experience that Mimi was correct on her assumption. Mixing boys and girls together in a learning environment was a horrible idea. Surely an idea proposed by mad people.
"You're kidding." Yamato "Matt" Ishida said. He couldn't believe the words that had just came out of his best friend's mouth.
"I just heard it on the news, Yamato. Doesn't that make it official?" Taichi "Tai" Yagami replied, keeping his cell phone pressed to his ear. He was at home for what felt like the first time in ages. Normally at this time he'd been hanging out in his dorm room with Matt and his other friends, listening to music, procrastinating on homework, or at soccer practice. Instead, he was sitting in his old bedroom at home that he used to share with his younger sister.
"I can't believe they're doing this to us. We have to go to their school? Do you know how miserable it's going to be to have to be guests? The girls will never let us hear the end of this." Matt rambled. "And don't call me Yamato. You know I hate that." He was sitting in his apartment, with his acoustic guitar in hand. When the fire alarm went off he was sitting outside playing it and although he'd lost nearly everything else in the fire, he was happy to still have his guitar.
His younger brother, Takeru "T.K" Takaishi was sprawled on the couch, flipping through the channels, still in his basketball uniform. He'd been at practice when the fire happened. He suddenly sat up alert and looked over at his brother for an explanation. "What's going on?" He asked.
"I know." Tai couldn't believe that this was how the school board was planning on handling this situation. "Do you think Davis and Ken have heard yet?" Daisuke "Davis" Motomiya and Ken Ichijouji were their other two good friends.
"No idea," Matt said honestly, setting down his guitar and running a hand through his golden blonde hair. He looked at his brother. "They're making us go to the Odaiba Academy for Girls."
He watched as his brother's facial expression contorted into disgust. "No way!" He took out his cell phone. "I'll call Davis and Ken."
"You know what this means. They're putting us all together in one boarding school. We're not used to being intermixed." Matt told Tai after nodding at T.K.
"Of course I know what this means. Complete and utter chaos." Tai said, knowing perfectly well what Matt meant.
Girls were pouring out into the hallway at the Academy going to the headmaster's office to complain. Among them were Sora, Mimi, Kari and Yolei.
Headmaster Tasumi stepped out of her office and was waving her arms, trying to get all of the girls to calm down. Finally she was able to speak over them. "I know you are all upset about the news as am I, but you have to understand that it won't be forever. But as a result, the new dorm building that was just built will be used to accommodate the boys instead."
There was a huge sigh from the girls and then an uproar of more complaints. "That building was supposed to be for us! There are four of us to a room right now!" A blonde girl in the crowd shouted. They were supposed to be able to have two to a room after the building was opened.
"Why can't they go to the public school?" Another yelled.
The headmaster sighed and adjusted her glasses. "The public school is too full and they don't have the proper classes. You all need to calm down, get a good night's rest and get ready to welcome them into our school. All classes are cancelled tomorrow. There will be an orientation and all of the students will be moving in. I will not hear any more complaints! You need to be respectful to these students! Their school would do the same for us in this situation. Now goodnight girls!"
Many of them began retreating back to their rooms with looks of defeat. There were still hushed whispers between groups of friends, complaining about how unfair this was and how it seemed like a punishment.
Sora, Mimi, Kari and Yolei exchanged glances as they walked back to their dorm room. "There is no way this is going to work out." Mimi said once they had returned. "The order of the Academy will be destroyed. They're boys! They'll mess everything up!"
"Well...I guess we could look at the bright side?" Sora said in a questioning tone that suggested even she didn't know what the bright side was.
"What, that I get to go to school with my dorky older brother?" Kari asked, grimacing at the thought.
"Maybe some of them will be cute?" Sora offered as a feeble attempt.
"My dear Sora, you have much to learn." Mimi shook her head at her friend. "That is the exact reason I never dared to try public school. Boys are too cute. They're nothing but a distraction from us being successful."
A/N: There you have it! I hope you guys like it. I'm also hoping this works out for me. This fanfiction should be really fun and interesting to write and I'm looking to play around with a lot of stuff, unfortunately I don't really have much planned except for the main framework, so cross your fingers for me! Oh and reviews would also be awfully encouraging!
Until next time,