Night of the Witches I/Witch on the Holy Night (Part One)
Under a cloudy night sky, Soujuurou returned on foot to his apartment as he often did.
Each step he made up the metal staircase produced a sound echoing its rusty condition.
Seeing a bicycle leaning on the fence,
he sincerely considered having his own bicycle to make getting around easier, even if it meant spending more money just to take care of it. It was a handy thing to have but not at all, and seemed
Updated February 25th, 2017 at 02:38 AM by T-Toh
The next day. The sky was as cloudy as always.
Everything was normal for them at school today.
Term exams were around the corner, and then it was going to be their winter break.
Around this time, Misaki High ran on a tight schedule, but it was first and foremost a private highschool that generously took the students' freedom into consideration.
Taking the role of a diligent student was what the student council president followed to a T.
Taking the role
Updated February 18th, 2017 at 02:48 PM by T-Toh
Two hours later brought the time to 9 o'clock at night.
Taking their discussion to the sunroom, there unfolded an unheard-of spectacle in this European-style building.
"You know, honestly? I didn't mean to put Tobimaru up to this."
On the table was a pot blowing warm steam.
As she tapped it with a pair of chopsticks, Aoko just grumbled to herself, not caring if anyone was listening.
Tonight's dinner was Japanese cuisine -- an unusual
Updated February 19th, 2017 at 12:27 AM by T-Toh
Blues in her Name/It is in Aoko Aozaki
So to come right out with it, I'm a magician.
I basically live inside a fairy tale, where miracles can come true with a point of the finger, and I live far away in a really remote forest somewhere.
It's not an accurate picture, but I think I'd take to it since I can sort of shoot at a mark.
The things I can't do? I can't use a broomstick to fly into the great beyond in the sky.
I can't change into an animal.
Updated February 11th, 2017 at 06:37 AM by T-Toh
At the end of the day, Soujuurou left school and went on straight to work after.
His other part-time jobs were kept a secret from school authorities, so they only had a record of his work at both the Chinese restaurant and the fish market.
The long list of part-time jobs he had were hardly the issue. It so happened that the places he worked at had a tendency to break the law in the past.
Today's part-time work featured a prime example of this tendency -- at a pachinko parlor
Updated February 18th, 2017 at 02:14 PM by T-Toh