The school was silent, the stage was set, and the actors would be arriving shortly. These are the thoughts that went through Diva’s head as she sat in the core room of the school. “Mrs. Sepid, the students will be arriving soon.” Said the assistant principal to her superior who was spinning in her chair giggling with mischief. “Indeed they are, and the show is about to begin.” She stood from her chair, walking to wooden door opening it to quickly glance to see if anyone had arrived yet. Standing at the door in thought she would consider something she hadn’t before. “Do you think everything will go according to plan?” She said quietly to her underling, who shrugged at the comment almost carelessly- pacing to her own desk and sipping some coffee from her mug.
The small framed girl stepped out of the car, it was raining, and there was unique forest scenery that was strange for the area she was in and the time that it took to get there seemed too short for such a drastic change in flora. Blackened trees with shaded leaves that blocked out as much sunlight as the grey clouds cloaking the skies, it was indeed an awful day. Pacing down the concrete, the water splashed at her stocking causing them to become transparent, the water was becoming a bother so she increased her speed dashing to the doors of the school. Two massive iron doors, carved upon them were the four rules of the school. “I can’t use my real name- that’s rather convenient.” A mirage appeared in the rain, a figment of her imagination named Wallace, he was a rabbit with no arms and a top hat set tightly upon its head. It motioned to the door, implying her to open it, and she did the iron creaking sound echoing through the brightly lit school inside. It was similar to a certain hall way, everything was white, which would hurt most people’s eyes. “How are people supposed to learn in these conditions?” She asked herself, continuing up the main stairs. As she reached the top there was a central room that was circular in shape that said ‘Principal’ on the wooden door, it perked curiosity but not enough to care to open it. Continuing around the curved room branched into three hallways in separate directions. North was a grey hall which seemed a little worse for the wear, but normal otherwise- she could tell this was not the direction she needed to go. To the east was a red hall, painting sat upon the walls and music could be heard from far down towards its end, really disturbing actually. And the final hall was the west, a blue hall with clocks along the walls and cleaner than the other two by far- it seemed almost brand new. She continued down the west hall with a smirk upon her lips, imagining her many distorted friends to guide her to the classroom, she was the first student to arrive at the school.