Haru stepped out of the taxi cab/van, taking in the first sight of the main building in awe. He had heard the new campus was in a castle, he just hadn't expected it to be so... Awe inspiring. It looked a bit like the Matsue castle. With the trees in bloom and the mountain air bright and crisp, maybe he could get used to this change of scenery. It would certainly be different from the lights and noise of Tokyo.
And then, his quiet, peaceful moment ended abrubptly.
"Ah! Zeki! Are you-"
"MIMI! You foolish buffoon! Don't drop me like that! Don't you know how to unload a wheelchair?!"
"I got distracted by the castle, and then I saw this really cute guy-"
"We are not here to act as tourists or prospective wives, Mimi! We are here to be educated! I am not going to allow my sister, my flesh and blood, to have to work in a Cosplay cafe for her life! Now help me into my chair!"
"Upright, you fool! I can't sit on it when it's upside-down!"
"You have one too. At the top of your head!"
"Ow! Haru-Nii-chan! Zeki hit me with her riding crop!"
"Because you are a complete buffoon!"
Haru rubbed his temples and sighed, turning around. Zeki was back on her wheelchair, looking like a pissed off cat at Mimi, who was fake crying.
"Girls, please, this isn't how to act on the first day of school. Zeki, please don't hit Mimi. She is your junior."
Zeki huffed at that, scowling.
"Only by two minutes! But I get your point. It's not proper etiquette to be acting this way. Mimi!"
"Let's go! I want to get unpacked as soon as possible!"
"Okay! Can I push you around again?"
"Urgh! N-no, let's not repeat that. You can, however, get our suitcases. I can manage on my own." she excused, wheeling away from Mimi before the younger twin could grab the handles. She turned to Haru.
"Haru. I expect you to behave diligently and use proper social discourse and conduct around your peers. I don't want to hear about you getting involved in any wild parties or dangerous shenanigans that menfolk do. Idiots."
"I'm right here, you know. I'm a guy too. And why would I do any of those things? I just want to get my final year over with without a hitch so I can attend a respectable university and med school." he protested, shaking his head.
Zeki crossed her arms and glared at him. Even from her wheelchair, she was quite intimidating. Like a crouching tiger.
"Nevertheless, I am the head of the family now, and if I hear you've done anything to blemish the Daichi family name,..." she whipped him with her crop and she paused.
"I'll make sure you regret it! Is that clear?!"
"Y-yeah, little sis." Haru sweat dropped.
"Very good. Mimi, come on. I want to get there before it gets crowded."
"Okay, big Sis!" Mimi saluted before tugging the two suitcases after Zeki.
Haru shook his head, sighing. His family was like a circus! Between Mimi's trouble and Zeki's scolding, he could never find peace. Maybe being in the same school would calm Zeki's fears and keep Mimi's nose out of where it didn't belong.
He entered the registration room, which was taking place in the main room, and made his way to the boy's building. He was assigned to room 14. The building was pretty empty, others must either be in their rooms or outside. He found his room, hitching his suitcase nervously. Shourai was a high school infamous for it's student body, comprised mostly of delinquents and the like. Maybe the guy in here was some sort of thug? What if he stole Haru's things? What if he did worse?
He swallowed, before knocking on the door.
"Excuse me, I'm coming in!" he called, before entering. It was a nice enough room, plenty of space, but what startled him.... Was a girl standing in the middle of the room!
"G-Gah! S-sorry! I thought this was the boy's building!" apologized, turning to quickly leave the room. His escape attempt was foiled by his suitcase, which he promptly tripped over in an attempt to leave, landing on his back in a awkwardly twisted fall.
"O-owww." he groaned. So much for this place being peaceful.