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KHR::: Snow Guardian

By jn3883

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Prologue

The first time that I saw Sawada Tsunayoshi was on the opening ceremony of Namichuu for us freshmen. At that time, Sawada-san came in late and unpurposely made the whole boring ceremony stop for a while, everyone including me were turn to him, and we saw that he have black eye, and swollen cheek, probably done by prefect of our school, Hibari Kyoya-san. As we staring at him, I bet that everyone were thinking one thing, that Sawada-san is a lousy student for making his first day of school miserable.

Since that day, everyone including teachers were started bullying Sawada-san, especially Nezu-sensei and Mochida-senpai. Every day, every hour everyone are calling him Dame-Tsuna, just because he was failed at academics, P.E. and so on, so forth. I hate everyone because they bullying someone like Sawada-san that didn’t do anything to receive such a treatment from them. I want to stop them, but I can’t, because I don’t know what I should say, and if I get myself involve, it might turn out worst.

I always looking at him secretly, stealing glances of his sad, lonely figure. Since he got bullied by our classmate, senpais and teachers he didn’t get anyone to be his friend or even acquaintance, though I want to be his friend but I just can’t because I am a coward.

I actually thinking that he is a great guy, because even he received such a bad treatment from everyone Sawada-san never snap, or bicker back nor report them for bullying him. He just is receiving them and just quiet over it. When I realized what I been thinking about him, that it’s when I realized that I falling to him. But I knew that he like someone else and that person is one of few people in Namichuu that didn’t bully him and that is Sasagawa Kyoko-san, the school idol, no wonder.

The truth is, I also don’t have any friends because I’m such a anti-social also because I hate everyone for bullying Sawada-san. But I’m not a total loner because I have a senpai that looking after me secretly, he is Hibari Kyoya-san, yes the demon prefect of our school or so they called him. Well this is just a secret but he taught me how to fight, he even taught me to use an *arnis.

Then one day I got interested at using gun thanks for a drama in TV. Thanks also to an acquaintance of mine I got a license to use gun and he even taught me how to use it and aiming.

No one except to Kyoya-san and that person or more of, that baby know my ability in battlefield.

I now can depend Sawada-san from his bullies. I know that he is a guy and I am a girl but, Sawada-san will never-ever take revenge to his bullies. And if I want to protect him all the way without making anything worst then I have to be a warrior for him, well warrior is such a great word aren’t it. But considering how many bullies that Sawada-san has well wouldn’t be that just fine? Well tomorrow I will talk to him to start a friendship.

By the way, the name is Shera Yuuki, Sawada-san’ unknown classmate, also known at school as lone wolf. And yes I’m in love with Sawada-san.

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