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The Blessed RAEM

Chapter 1 Arriving

In the airship flying over the great City of Vale, there are plenty of people, most of them in their late teens all talking to each other with a few standing by themselves looking out the window to see the view. One of them is a young man standing near the quiet corner of the ship with a young red haired lady in Greek styled outfit with armour of the same style, “There’s a lot of people…” She muttered.

“Calm down, Pyrrha.” He tells her, “I thought you will be used to large crowds by now.”

“Just shut it, Raine. You’re not helping.” She groaned.

“Hey, I’m just saying that considering your own reputation, you should get used to the attention.” He added, “If you didn’t want the attention, you could do what I did and quit during semi-finals. No one really asked you to be the champion of the Mistral Tournament for the past four years.”

“I know, but they had such high hopes on me so…”

Raine sighed, “Then get used to it, my friend.” He pats her on the back, “A LOT of people is going to take notice to you. After all, you are the strongest among Mistral, ON RECORD anyway.”

“What does that supposed to mean?”

“Admit it, if you and I fought, I would win hands-down!”

“Cocky idiot.” She chuckled as she lightly punched him by his biceps, “Say, I have been wondering. Why do you always forfeit in the semi-finals?”

“I got bored.” He stated out, “The people there are often too easy to beat.”

“That’s what you say about everyone in Sanctum.” Pyrrha states out.

“That’s truth.” He chuckled, “For I am awesome!”

She sighed, “I’m surprised that you and I are friends this long…”

“It just shows how friendly of a person I am~!” He laughed.

They stopped talking when Glynda Goodwitch, one of the teachers at Beacon, appeared via a hologram, “Hello, and welcome to Beacon. I’m Glynda Goodwitch.” The rest of the speech was silent out for Raine as he knew what she was saying. ‘Man she sure talks a lot…’

“Raine, are you paying attention?” Pyrrha asked.

“Oh, it’s the same thing my brother told me she would say when he first attended here.” Raine groaned, “Blah blah blah, prestigious school, blah blah blah, lucky few, blah blah blah, great potential, blah blah blah, training and knowledge.” They then noticed a blonde haired teen running around while gagging and holding his mouth. “Looks like someone is a little sick.”

“I guess airships aren’t for everyone.” Pyrrha said.

Raine walked up to him with a paper bag in his hand, “Here.” He hand the paper bag over and the blonde took it before puking out his entire meal into it. “Man you have it bad.”

“Y-Yeah…”

“So… my name’s Raine.” He said, “Raine Aoi Sapphire.”

“Ja- BLAH!” He vomits one last time into the paper bag, “Jaune Arc…”

“Nice to meet you, Jaune.” He greeted as Pyrrha walks up to them, “Oh, this is Pyrrha Nikos.”

“Hi Jaune.”

“Nice to meet you…” He groaned.

“…” Raine looked between Pyrrha and Jaune for a while, “…So… nothing else to say…?”

“Um… is there any?” He asked.

“What? No autograph? No fanboying?” Raine asked.

“Raine, I don’t think fanboying is a word.” Pyrrha said.

Jaune blinked, confused, “Is there a problem?”

“Yeah there is! You!” Raine cried, “I’m surprised that someone is able to meet Pyrrha and not freak out or get nervous!”

“Why would I do that?”

“…Do you know about the Mistral Tournament?” Raine questioned.

“Never heard of it.”

“Sanctum?”

“What’s that?”

Raine face-palmed so hard, “I have never seen someone who is aiming to become a Hunter that is this stupid.”

“Hey!”


The airship landed down at the platform as everyone exited, that including one girl that walked out into the campus, her eyes looking around examining the large main building in front of her. “What a big place…” She muttered. She then noticed a young girl getting scolded by an older girl in white, Weiss Schnee if she recalled properly from her research.

She then notices the Dust that she is recklessly sprinkling around by shaking the bottle in her hand and are coagulating around the younger girl in red, Ruby Rose if she remembered, and the reaction she is giving is predicable, “Uh oh…” She muttered as she witness her sneeze with a large explosion of fire, ice and some electricity. That caused a glass flask of red dust to fly out of her hands and rolled away, landing by the feet of a black haired girl with a black bow reading a book.

“Unbelievable!” Weiss groaned as she shook the soot off of her, “This is exactly the kind of thing I was talking about!”

“I-I’m sorry…” Ruby apologized playing with her index fingers.

“You complete dolt! What are you even doing here?-! Aren’t you a little young to be attending Beacon?” She cried out.

“W-Well… I…”

“This isn’t you ordinary combat school. This is more than just sparring and practice, you know. We’re here to fight monsters, so watch where you’re going!”

“Hey, I say I was sorry, princess.”

“It’s heiress actually.” The black haired girl walked up to them holding onto the red dust flask, “Weiss Schnee, heir to the Schnee Dust Company, one of the largest producers of energy repellent in the world.”

“Finally, some recognition!”

“The same company infamous for its controversial labour force and questionable business partners.”

“W-What, how dare-! The nerve of-!” Weiss growled.

“I can testified for that.” The girl that looking on decided to step up and speak, “I has intel on some of the clients your family’s company supplied and they are not much on the legal firms. If I were you, I would try and fix those problems before asking for any recognition from anyone.”

Weiss let out a huff in anger as she snatched the flask away from her hands and stomps off, her servants picking up the luggage toppled on the floor, “I-I promise I’ll make this up for you!” Ruby cried out before letting out sigh, “I guess I’m not the only one having a rough first day… So, what’s-”

The black girl is walking away, the other girl too walking away in the opposite direction. She sighed as she collapsed down on the floor, “Welcome to Beacon…”

“So, she’s a champion to a large tournament that take place every year that involves every would-be Hunter and Huntress in Mistral four times in a row?”

“Yup, so she is quite famous.”

“And she is one on the cover of the-”

“You know, that cereal isn’t that good at all. They are just using her as a mascot to boost their sales.”

“Come on, it’s not that bad.”

Footsteps are heard as a shadow cover over Ruby, Raine looking down at her with a hand out, “You alright?” He asked.

“Yeah, thanks.” She accepted his out reached hand as she stood back up.

“I’m Raine.” He greeted as his two friends walked up to them, “These guys are Jaune and Pyrrha.”

“Hey.” Jaune greeted.

“A pleasure to meet you.” Pyrrha greeted.

“Ruby. T-That’s my name…” Ruby stuttered before pointing at Jaune, “Aren’t you the guy who threw up on the ship?”

Raine roared out in laughter while Pyrrha chuckled into her palm, “Good…HAHAHA… job… Jaune. You are famous now…!”

“It’s not funny!”

“You’re right, it is hilarious!”


At another platform near the back of the campus, another airship docking down, this one with the famous flower insignia of one of the biggest independent arms producer in the world, the Bellflower Arms Production. As its doors opened, out walked its heiress, Moon Schnee Bellflower. Her face stoic as she steps off the ship and enter campus grounds, a green cape on her shoulders with a logo of the BAP on it and a brown suitcase.

“I wish you the best of luck, Miss.” Her butler said.

“Thank you, Jacob.” She said, “Tell mother I’ll miss her.”

“I will, Miss.” He bowed in respect before the door closes as the ship starts to take off. As soon as the ship is out of sight however, Moon groaned in relief as she took off the cape from her shoulders and stuff into her suitcase, “Stupid father, making me wear this stupid cape…”

‘So…’ She looked over at the campus, ‘this is Beacon… it is bigger than I thought… The same school that mother has attended…’

*THUD*

She was pulled out of her thoughts when she heard a sound, turning to the source to see a teen with the whitest of hairs she has seen, even from her mother’s side of the family, with two fox ears perched on top, the teen on the ground lying on the stomach.

“Owowow… shouldn’t have stowaway on the ship…” He groaned as he got up rubbing his head in pain patting off the dirt from his pants and coat. He looked up to face Moon, “Hi.”

“…Where did you come from…?”

“Oh, I leaped from that Bellflower airship.” He stated, “You’re a Bellflower, right? Let me guess, Moon Schnee Bellflower?”

‘…How did someone managed to stowaway in a Bellflower airship? Our security is really tight these days, especially after that White Fang terrorist attack on one of our cargo trains…’

“Tight, yeah. Even the top elite bodyguards are people, your highness. There is a loophole during the exchanging of shifts between your guards and I snuck in from there.” He tells her as he notices the shocked look on her face, “By the way, no, I’m not reading your mind, it is your face that is easily readable.”

She blinked, before muttering about rewriting some of the guard’s pay-check for the next month and stupid Faunus and their good eye-sights. “Listen here!” She stepped forward towards him right in his face, “You are to never tell anyone of my heritage to anyone! I don’t want people to think I’m special because of my family! If you even hint it to anyone, I’ll castrate you, got that!”

“O-Okay, I got it!” He cried.

“Good!” She smiled as she stepped back, “Your name?”

“…Ember… Schutze…” He stated.

“Well, Ember, you are now my escort for today.” She huffed, “Direct me to the briefing place at once, if you be so kind.”

“Eh? Why do I-?-!”

“C-A-S-T-R-A-T-E~”

“*Gulp*” Ember nodded before walking forward with Moon in tow, “Whatever you say, princess…”


At another part of the campus, four friends are now walking along the path hoping to find the hall where they were supposed to be, “Look, all I’m saying is that motion-sickness is a much more common problem than people let on.” Jaune said.

“Look, I’m sorry! Vomit Boy was the first thing that came to mind.” Ruby giggled.

“Oh yeah, how about I call you Crater Face?”

“Wait, that was you?” Raine asked.

“Hey, that’s an explosion was an accident!” Ruby cried.

“Well, the name’s Jaune Arc! Short, sweet, rolls of the tongue, the ladies love it!” Jaune said boastfully.

“Does it?” Raine asked Pyrrha, who shrugged her shoulders.

“They will! Well, I-I hope they will. My mom always says that… never mind…”

“Yeah, yeah, mommy’s boy.” Raine sighed, Pyrrha giggled a little hurting his self-esteem a little more.

“…So… I got this thing!” Ruby said as she pulls out the case on her back and transforming it into a large red mechanical scythe.

“Whoa!” Jaune cried stepping back in shock, “Is… that a scythe?”

“It’s also a customizable high-impact sniper rifle!” She giggled.

“A wha…?”

“It’s a gun, doofus.” Raine said, “Honestly, there’s a limit of how little you know as a Hunter. Do you even passed the entrance exam to get here?”

"O-Of course I did!" Jaune cried.

"Uh-huh..."

“So… what’ve you got?” Ruby asked curiously.

“Oh! I uh…” Jaune pulls out his sword, a really simple-looking sword, “I got this sword…”

“Oooooh!”

“Yeah, and I got a shield too!” The blonde said as he picked up his sheathe, before it expands on its side to become a shield on his left arm.

“So, what do they do?” Ruby touched the shield and accidentally caused it to retract in shocking Jaune as he fumbled around with the shield-sheathe switching back and forth before finally picking it back up on the ground, “T-The shield gets smaller,” he retract it back into a sheathe, “so when I get tired of carrying it, I can just… put it away…”

“But… won’t it weight the same?”

“Yeah, it does…” Jaune groaned dejectedly.

“On the bright side, if you need to defend yourself quickly, you can pull out the shield first before drawing out your sword.” Raine said.

“If you put it that way…” Jaune muttered.

“Well, I’m a dork when it comes to weapons, so I guess I did go a little overboard when designing it.” Ruby giggled.

“Wait – You made that?-!”

“Of course! All students at Signal forge their own weapons!” Ruby stated, “Didn’t you make yours?”

“It’s a hand-me-down. My great-great-grandfather used it to fight in the war.” Jaune explained.

“Wait, that sword is that old?” Raine blinked before unsheathing the sword out and looking out at blade with a careful eye, “Hm… the sword is pretty well-maintained… and it is not rusty at all… not a single ounce of it on the blade. What metal is the blade made from…?”

“Um… Raine?” Jaune blinked, “You okay?”

“He gets really interested in antique swords.” Pyrrha explained, “Even in Sanctum, he is considered a sword geek.”

“Hey, swords are amazing, you know!” Raine shouted, “They are one of the earliest weapon used by a Hunter and Huntress! Each one is forged by hand through countless weeks and days of endless work! To even make a decent looking blade, it takes years of practice and teachings from a master! It is truly an art form in sharp metal form!”

“Y-Yeah…” Ruby muttered, ‘Is this how I looked like to Yang…?’

“Anyhow, this sword is remarkable!” Raine stated, “You are lucky to have that sword.”

“T-Thanks, I guess…?”

“Say, why did you help me back there? In the courtyard?” Ruby asked.

“Eh, why not?” Raine stated, “It’s my nature to help people in front of me. Also, it was drilled in to me by my sister.”

“Oh… Hey, where are we going?” Ruby asked.

“I don’t know, I’m just following Jaune.”

“W-Well, I’m just following Ruby… Y-You think there might be a directory? Maybe a food court? Some kind of recognizable landmark? Is, uh… that a no?”

“That’s a no.” Ruby giggled.

“Pyrrha?”

“I think I might have an idea.”


They finally arrived at the school auditorium, it filled to the brim with the freshmen that arrived. Yang, Ruby’s older sister, the blonde hair chick waiting for her sister to arrive looked around anxiously, then notices Ruby walking in with two guys and a girl, “Ruby! Over here! I saved you a spot!”

“Oh! Hey, I-I gotta go!” Ruby tells them as she ran off to her sister, “See you after the ceremony!”

“Hey, wait!” Jaune then sighed, “Ah great, where am I supposed to find another nice, quirky girl to talk to?-!”

“Ahem.” Raine coughed, getting his attention as he pointed at Pyrrha while looking at him annoyed.

“Oh, yeah…”

“Anyway… I wonder when Ozpin is going to come and give his speech…” Raine muttered, “If it’s anything my brother has told me…”

“You keep saying your brother, so is he studying in Beacon too?” Jaune asked.

“Ah, yeah. He should be in his third year now.”

“What is he like?”

“Just a typical big brother.” Raine said, “Although, he is pretty skilled with a sword, along with his mechanical arm, it is a pretty deadly combination.”

“Mechanical… arm…?” Jaune blinked.

“Yeah, a left robotic arm. He lost his left arm due to… certain circumstances that I wish not to tell.” He muttered, “Anyway, his arm can contain different dust cartridges of almost all kinds, plus he is considered one of the strongest swordsman in Vale. Plus with his semblance, which I can’t say because I really can’t understand how it do that thing which is really amazing by the way it is really cool-looking but I’m getting way off topic, then again he is considered one of the strongest student in Beacon in general with his team which consists of a girl with a furry fetish, a dude who enjoys being in a robotic armour which shoots laser out of his palms, and a girl with a large personality shift. Say, did I mentioned that he is currently on a mission that’s why he’s not here at the moment?”

“…Whoa…” Jaune said, Pyrrha looking at him blinking in confusion.

They stopped talking as Ozpin, Headmaster of Beacon, walks up to the microphone with Glynda Goodwitch beside him, “I’ll… keep this brief. You have all travelled here today in search of knowledge, to hone your craft and acquire new skills, and when you have finished, you plan to dedicate your life to the protection of the people. But I look amongst you, and all I see is wasted energy, in need of purpose, direction. You assume knowledge will free you of this, but your time in this school will prove that knowledge can only carry you so far. It is up to you, to take the first step.”

He stepped back to let Glynda speak, “You will gather in the ballroom tonight. Tomorrow, your initiation begins. Be ready. You are dismissed.”

“He… seems rather… bland…” Pyrrha stated, “Like he is reading from a script.”

“Maybe because he is.” Raine stated, “Bro told me Ozpin gives the same speech to every freshmen before their initiation test.”

“Did he also tell you about what the test is?” Jaune asked hopefully.

“Sorry, but no.” Raine sighed, “He stated that every year the test is different. His test was wasting hundreds of drones without getting taken out by one and making to the exit point with his partner and teammates. Oh, he did mentioned something about teams being issued during the test as well.”

“That’s… really impressive…” Jaune blinked.

“They issued the teams during the test?” Pyrrha asked.

“I’m not sure myself.” He sighed, “Buuuuuut,” Raine smirked as he wrapped his arm around Jaune pulling him closer, “we get to see all the girls in their sleepwear~ Pretty goodwill from Glynda Goodwitch, huh?”

“Eh?”

“Hey, why don’t we camp near the woman changing room and sneak a peek?” Raine chuckled, “I bet there are some hot chicks with a greater figure than Pyrrha here! Or maybe you prefer the smaller bust camp?”

“Are you seriously having such a conversation in front of me, a girl?” Pyrrha asked, obviously annoyed.

“Hey, I nearly saw you half-naked all the time back in Sanctum.”

“You… did?”

“Yeah, she and I sleep in the same dorm room. She is hot and all, but she is a bit too buff for my taste.” Raine tells the blonde, “If you are interested… I can give you her bust size if you want.”

“H-How do you know that?-!”

“My chick-vision~!” Raine formed a hole with his index finger and thumb and putting in front of his eyes.

“…”

“…”

“…Bad joke?” Raine chuckled dryly, “Honestly, I just peeked at your medical records you left on your bed back in Sanctum.”

“You did?-!”


Night has fallen at Beacon Academy, every student now has changed into their sleepwear in preparation for the night. The male and female area are separated out and each are putting down their respective sleeping gear getting ready to sleep. Moon too is getting ready to sleep, in her green night gown and rolling out a sleeping bag. ‘Good thing I changed the sleeping bag that father puts in.’ She recalled the original sleeping bag she got, the one made of the best material in Remnant and with the most embarrassing words written by her father.

She then notices Ember walking away towards the exit in his sleepwear that consists of his normal outfit without the orange coat. Curious, she follows him out to the courtyard but lost sight of him, ‘Where did he…?’

“What do you want, princess?”

The voice heard out from above her, the man sitting on top of one of the branches of the tree outside, his eyes seemly glowing a little as he looked down at her. “How did you see me? It is nearly pitch-dark out here.”

“…Are you dumb?”

“H-How rude!” Moon cried out.

“All Faunus has night-vision, allowing us to see in the dark better than a normal human can.” Ember explained, “Plus, your white hair is kind of a dead giveaway.”

“Your hair is just as white!” Moon cried, “Anyway, what are you doing out here?”

“I prefer to sleep in the open.” He states, “The ballroom doesn’t fit well with me.”

“Ha… So you’re like a wild animal.” Moon giggled.

“Hey, that’s pretty rude yourself.” Ember states angrily, “Never, I repeat, never address a Faunus to be an animal, directly or indirectly, joking or not.”

“O-Oh, I’m truly sorry.” She apologized.

“Just don’t make the same mistake again with other Faunus.” He said as he lie down on the branch with great balance and closed to his eyes to doze off. He opened one eye, noticing Moon is still standing at the base of the tree looking up at him, “What is it?”

“Ah, no. It’s just that… well…” Moon muttered, “I’m making sure you don’t spill the beans, that’s all!”

“Princess, there is no one outside here besides us. There is no way me saying that you are the heiress of the BAP is going to be heard by anyo-”

“Heiress?”

They stopped, turning to face a teen with spiky green hair and slightly pale skin with emerald green eyes, him wearing a black t-shirt and dark grey jeans with green sneakers. A silver wrist band on his right forearm and a green pendant with a black cord around his neck. Her face blinked as he saw them looking at him.

“Evening.” He greeted.

“…what did you hear?” Moon asked.

“You being the heiress to the BAP?” He said with a grin and a nonchalant look in his eyes, “Other than that, nothing, really.”

“…” Ember blinked before sighing, “Sorry.”

“Sorry?-! That’s all you have to say?-!” She cried before pointing at him, “And you there! You are to speak to no one about this! If you do, I’ll make sure you suffer worse than the dog here.”

“Hey! I’m a fox! Different species!”

“If that’s what you want, I won’t say anything.” He said, “It’s not my right to reveal one’s secret to anyone.”

“Well… aren’t you a gentlemen?” Moon smiled.

“Not really.” He stated, “I’m Leaf Forrest.”

“Moon, Moon Bellflower Schnee.” She introduced herself.

“Ember Schutze.” He tells him, “So, since we’re in the same boat now, how about we go to sleep?”

“Very well then.” Moon said, “Come on, Leaf.” She turned to return back to the ballroom, Leaf standing there looking at Ember.

“You coming?”

“Nah, I’ll sleep out here.” He tells him.

“Oh, sure.” The green haired teen walked back with Moon, “So, is he like your secret boyfriend or something?”

“W-What?-! No!” Moon cried, “I’m just making sure he doesn’t spill my secret to anyone!”

“Ah…” Leaf nodded in understanding, “So a crush.”

“No!”


Inside the ballroom, in the male changing room, Raine is facing one particular problem with a certain blonde, “Jaune, for the love of Remnant, please change out of that… that monstrosity…”

“What? It’s my favourite.”

“It’s a feetie pyjamas. Only infants wear those!” He cried, “And are those bunny slippers? Seriously, if you are going to have any chance of making any friends here, you got to get rid of that!”

“Come on! It’s not that bad.” Jaune cried.

“It is hideous!” Raine groaned, before taking out a white t-shirt and a pair of blue shorts, “Just… wear this.”

Jaune grumbled before taking the clothes and proceeds to change out of it, “I’m keeping the bunny slippers!”

“That’s enough, as long as you trash that horrible excuse of a pyjamas.” Raine said as he took off his vest. The blonde looked over, seeing a claw scar over his back, “W-What’s with…?”

“Hm?” He notices his look to his back, “Oh, that. It’s an old scar. Nearly got killed by a Beowolf when I was nine. It’s a pretty boring incident really. Me and my friend went to find a clue about her missing mother’s whereabouts and got attacked by Grimm. I tried to protect her, getting this and blacking out. If weren’t for her uncle and my brother showing up, we would have died then.”

“Wow… that’s really… horrible…” Jaune said.

“It’s a thing of the past, really.” Raine tells him, “It doesn’t really bother me anymore.”

After finally changing into their proper night wear, Raine now wearing a black t-shirt with white track pants, they went to their respective areas where their sleeping bags are, “Say, do you remember where your locker is?”

“Um…”

“It’s next to mine.” Raine said before looking over, noticing Ruby with her sister talking to a black haired girl in a black yukata, “Hey, isn’t that Ruby?”

“Yeah.” Jaune looked over, “Isn’t that the girl that was waving at Ruby in the auditorium?”

“Yeah, and man, now that I looked closely, she is HOT!” Raine said drooling slightly, “Looks at those hills! They are practically mountains! And that hip! That butt!”

“Raine, I get it, she is gorgeous.” Jaune groaned.

“But…” Raine muttered, “Why does she looked so familiar…?”

“Hey! Move it!”

“Make me, short-stuff!”

They then notices a group of students crowding around a shorter teen with messy bright orange hair that has a bright red feather braided into his. Brown eyes in a wild feral look that stare into the other taller than his with an x-shaped scar on his cheek, a pink rat tail at the base of his spine. “That is my spot!”

“So what?” One of the student chuckled, “Don’t you animals sleep everywhere? Why not get out and sleep outside, like the animals you are!”

“Hey!” The shorter teen shouted angrily, “Faunus are people too!”

“As if, animal.”

He growled before launching himself at one of them, only to be stopped by a single finger by the taller freshmen with his friends chuckling and laughing at how he is struggling and swinging his arms out at him. “What’s the matter, short-stuff? Too big for you?”

“When I get my hands on you…!”

“Hey!” They stopped with their messing with the shorter kid as Raine walked up to them with a stern look on his face, Jaune following behind, “Don’t you think that’s enough? Just leave the kid alone.”

“I’m seventeen!”

“Oh, sorry.”

“Get lost, nosy guy.” He tells him, “We are just teaching this animal manners and to prove that we are the superior race.”

“There isn’t a superior race.” Raine tells them, “We are all in equal standings. And,” He stepped in and grabbed the bully’s hand by the wrist and brought it up, “I have a real distaste for bullies.” He smashes the bully’s head in with a strong right fist, followed by a swing kick to his gut that sends him skidding onto the ground hard.

The rest all rushes at him only for Raine to backhand one of them and lends a left straight punch to another, followed by another backhand at the last one. They fell onto their ground hard, the bully leader getting stepped on by him, “Leave.”

They all starts to get up on their feet just as Raine kicked their leader to them who crashes into them hard, picking up their leader before walking off grumbling about hero-wannabe. “You okay?”

“Hey, I got him, you know!” He shouted angrily.

“A simple thank you is enough, you know.” Jaune said.

“Yeah yeah…” He muttered angrily, “Thanks anyway! Name’s Torque Holstein!”

“Raine.” He greeted, “And the blonde is Jaune.”

“Hey.” Jaune greeted.

“You are pretty cool!” Torque shouted, “You took out those people like they were nothing!”

“I’ve never liked Faunus racists.” Raine stated, “But I’m surprised. Despite being that size, you managed to pass the entrance exam.”

“Heh! I may be small, but I kickass!” The rat Faunus said proudly, “Raine, Jaune, it is a pleasure to meet you all! Hey, maybe we should be on the same team! That would be awesome! Ooh! Like your hair! How did you dye your hair like that?”

“Oh, it’s a simple job of precision.” Raine stated.

“Okay, good night!” Torque said before rushing to his sleeping bag before diving straight in. Light snoring can be heard already.

“To bed?” Raine asked.

“To bed.” Jaune said as they walked back to their spot among the guys, “You think that the exam is anything like what your brother tell you to be?”

“Think so.” Raine stated.

“I was afraid of that…”

“Well, at least it would be interesting.”


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