The wind is blowing through my scales as I fly to the new town were I must go. I do not see why I must go, but it was my father’s dying wish so I must. I am going to enroll in a human school. I do not see why though. I already know what they do, and much more at that. But since it is my father’s dying wish I must. I can still see him dying... along with everyone else. I do believe that I am alone in this big world...
I close my wings and start plummeting down to the Earth. At the last second I open them and land gentle outside of town. I drop the large duffle bag from my mouth and use my power to shapeshift to morph into a human. Only white dragons are born with that power.
Well... I’m here. I put on some of the clothes from in the bag and sigh. I do not want to be here... I want to be with father and mother and everyone else. I lift the duffle bag and start walking into the town.
It looks different from the air. I glance around seeing all of the differences. I’m just in time to go to this school... even though it will be a waste of my time... I pout to myself.
I start walking to the Kyoto Academy. I notice that the buildings around me are beaten up.
I must be cautious... there are probably ruffians around here somewhere.
I glance around and notice a group of scraggly men following me.
I turn and glare at them saying, “ I am not in the mode to be followed, so please leave me alone! If you don’t, I will not let you live.”
Most of them just laughed at my threat, but it was not an empty one. I glanced around to make sure that no one else was around, and walked over to the group of men.
“Look she’s coming over here.” One of them said.
“Makes it easier on me.” said another one.
Once I neared them I let my tail seep through my human form and whipped it through the lot of them. While they screamed in pain, I simply walked away, placing my tail back in place.
That ought to put them in their place. I thought. Now back to that school. It was in the middle of the town, so that is where I will head.... I wonder why father wanted me to come here. It is not the wealthiest town in the world... and it’s most definitely not that most well mannered. I think glancing back to the pile of moaning men. Well, before I go to the school, I will need to find a place for my things.