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KHR:: Night Sky Guardian

By jn3883

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Prologue

A mansion has now engulfed by a large silver fire. Everything inside of the gate is getting eaten by the weird colored flame.

"Tch! Boss never told us about their kid's strange ability!" Irritating said of a man in black to his partner that hiding at the one of the nearby trees. The two men stood there as they watching the terrible scene in front of them.

These two are the responsible for what is happening right now at the mansion.

"Well at least we still able to execute their whole family." The other guy replied, by this statement they both smirked evilly.

As the two men laughing at the scene, someone steps out from the darkness of forest, a person whom wearing fedora hat, and also wearing black suit.

"Let's go back then!" Said of the first guy.

No one on the two notice his presence, and with that recklessness both of them lost their lives as they fall down to the ground. While the guy with fedora hat hid his gun as he finished the two. He then walk towards of the mansion but didn't pass the gate that somehow blocking the fire to go further. He tilt his fedora up to have a better view of the silver flame.

"I'm too late huh?" He mutter to himself. "If he just call me earlier I should at least able to save my future student. Aki..." he removed his fedora, placed it to his chest and then bow to give respect for the owners of the mansion.

He bring up his composure back as well his fedora to his head as he continue watching the tragic scene. He can hear the woods that is continue getting eaten by the fire, but he heard a sound, a sound that is different from what he been listening but mixing with the burning stuffs, a sound which he can recognized, he continue listening and focus his hearing just for that different sound. Then when he finally realized what he been hearing he search for it and found a young girl, kneel, crying hard as she watching the mansion. Her voice is cracking as she letting out sobs.

The guy with fedora sighed in relief as he saw her, he run towards her and kneel one of his knee beside her, putting his hand to her shoulder to let her know his presence. The girl responded as she slowly turning her head to him. She cried even more when she saw him and hug him tightly, he hug her back to reassured her that she's now safe with him.

"I'm here now, Aki... I won't let anyone to hurt you." The guy with fedora whisper to her.

After she release all of her tears, she now holding the guy's hand, standing beside each other and together they watching the scene.

The guy with fedora look down at the five year child still with tears. He call her name in his deep voice, she look up to him and waited for his words.

"I will train you... and when the time comes it is up to you if you going take revenge from those people who done this to your family." He stop and waited for her response but it seem like she still waiting some words from him "In exchange... you will fight for a certain position. Will you accept it?"

The little girl glance at her old house that is still engulfing by the silver fire.

"Will I be able to learn how to control it completely?" The girl asked to him as she pointed the silver flame.

"Of course... I will make sure you will..."

"Then please, teach me Reborn."

He smirked as he saw her determination in her eyes.

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