"Ignores the rules to do what they want, huh?" she asked, causing Inu to look up at her. "See, that's funny to me, cause you seem to be talkin' 'bout all these fuckin' heroes." Inu stroked his chin as he listened to her. She actually had an interesting point. Not only that, but her blunt honestly was a nice change of pace from the silver tongued lies of hell.
"That is an interesting look on that," Inu said. "I now wonder if heroes go to hell or if their 'deeds' keep them out of eternal damnation... I guess I'll ask Satan if... when I get back to hell," He said.
"Huh, what? Oh hey, your... I'll just call you Revolting (get it?). You see, that wasn't a conversation per se. It was more like a hate speech if anything. A really, really bad one. Like on you would here from a complaining twelve year old." a new kid had walked in, and started to run his mouth.
"Dude, what the fuck?" Inu snapped. "Don't eavesdrop on other people's conversations. Next, I'll rip out your spine and use it as a chew toy!"
"Save the act, bub."
He used his force powers to bring the chair back, taking a seat from it. "I know your type - trying to get on people's good side by agreeing to what they say. Dad gets all kinds of punks like you on the daily. Although I don't know why you'd try to kiss my ass... I guess I'm just that awesome, huh?!"
He chuckled to himself. "Or maybe you've heard of my father... Apparently he's big here."
He sighed. "I'd ask you for your actual opinion on the matter, but I don't really give a shit what you think."
His eyes lit up. "Let's have a more interesting conversation, huh? What's yer deal anyways? I mean I've basically showed you what I do with this damn chair, so what's so special about you?"
"I will like to point out I'm not trying to kiss up to you, per say,"
Vichear said, tapping his chin. "It's more like... I'm just not trying to make you angry. I certainly don't want anything from you, it's just I don't have a combative type power. And, also, I really did agree,"
He shrugged. "As for my powers, I can get info on people using these cards," He lifted up a blank card. "Would you like me to look into someone for you?"
"I don't really know much about saving the world or bending to ideals. It's a bit over my head I'm afraid."
Mary laughed lightly. "I'm just a simple girl who wants to have fun. Is...bending people to your ideals fun for you? Doesn't that mean only one person can be the true villain?"
Ali tapped her chin.
"Well, it's not the bending that's fun... it's when they realize that you're right, and they start doing what they're supposed to," Ali said. "I don't know why some people are so stubbron though... saying we're robbing them of free will, when all we're doing is giving them true happiness," She then thought about it. "The true villain? Hmm... I dunno. But would that matter if you're having fun doing what you want?"
“Yes, exactly. But personally, the drama can get a little… messy at times, does it not? I find pulling the strings more fun, anyhow. Perhaps… Jin, is there any item or service you desire? I could accrue your wishes… but of course, only for an equivalent payment. Don’t worry, confidentiality is… quite important. So any contracts between us two… will only be to our knowledge~”
Jin tapped his chin as he listened to Rain's words. "Yes, I do suppose you have a point. Pulling the strings would be less messy, and with my plans, things could be less messy," He then shook his head. "However, I follow the orders of our leader Hachi to the letter. I will help him make a world he desires," He rubbed his hands as he shifted in his seat. "As for your generous offer, I would like to take you up on it, but I must first run things by Tobashi and Hachi. I will ask them today, and get back to you tomorrow. Sound good?"
The Globe looked at the clock before calling out to the class. "It's almost time to switch classes, so wrap up anything you have to say. For your homework tonight... well, you have none, but please try to come to class on time tomorrow, alright?"
"So, I have to ask...so pardon sudden intrusion on your own personal reasons...but what's a person like you doing in a school such as this? I mean, an inventor with no latent abilities or powers in a school of uprising villains, it's quite strange." Akira gritted his teeth, but before he could answer, Arleigh added her two cents.
"Of course, what could a villain possibly do with a highly competent, yet wholly average skillset?" Arleigh remarked dryly.
"I'm not sure if that's a compliment or an insult, but I'll take it as a compliment!" Akira said, giving a thumbs up. He then turned to Victor, standing up and placing a foot on his desk. "That! That right there is why I'm doing this! 'You can't be a hero, you don't have powers!' 'You can't be an antihero, you're not edgy enough!' What, because I don't have powers just nullifies the fact that I can make a bomb out of bubblegum and a tin can?! The villains are more accepting of those without powers, so I came here! That's all there is to it!" He folded his arms, standing proud.
"Wait, only bubblegum and a tin can?" Katie asked.
"Okay, that's an exaggeration. I need a lighter to," Akira admitted. Then, something came walking into the room. A giant bird man, looking as dark as night. Akira stared at it, watching it walk into a seat. Akira stared for a few seconds before his eyes lit up with stars as he dashed over to Vix'us. "Holy crap, are you an alien? Oh jeez, that's so cool!" He said as he bounced in place. "What's your home planet like, what does your species eat? Ohohohohoh! Does being on Earth give you powers you don't have back home? Wait, hang on," He ran to the window, yelling out at the top of his lungs. "SUCK IT GARY, I WAS RIGHT, THERE IS LIFE IN SPACE! YOU OWE ME HUNDRED DOLLARS!" He then walked back to Vix'us. "Oh, sorry, I was super excited. I'm Akira. Your name is?"