[ Mayhem Crisis ] + [ Side Plot ] Nothing Was The Same

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Bodega Bay Lodge is an off-campus longue facility for not only housing the students of Horizon University, but a tourist attraction for all law-abiding citizens. Located in a relatively small town, the facility is an immense three story apartment complex which can contain hundreds of students. It sits within the center of the entire Bodega Bay area, which is submerged in a beautiful – scenery environment that nurtures wild life of varying different ecosystems. The apartments here are full furnished, completed with an experience of 24hr room service. It has onsite training areas, sports facilities, and much more.​



Crisis Rubric
→ Only the [ ] Character, the [ Hibari Kyoya ] Character, the [ Jean Grey ] Character, and the [ Lapis ] Character can Post in this Thread. Only Exceptions to this Rule are Characters that Perform a Cross Over.

→ Proper Participation differs amongst roles. For the Hibari Character, proper participation is attempting to acquire the truth regarding Boyd Paxton's Death and why his body has not been reclaimed. The other students are tasked with declaring their objectives upon making their first post. The staff will either approve or decline said objectives due to difficulty sake.

→ You are free to do whatever you please, however remember your actions have consequences whether they are deemed positive or negative. You Cannot Power-Play, Meta-Game, or God-Mod NPCs. When the Thread Opens, Professor Fiora will not be present.​

Objectives
→ The Crisis is Deemed a Story Mode. Although the actions of every individual may warrant negative or positive consequences, there are no definitive method of determining a winner of this Crisis because there is no traditional Win / Lose scenario.​

Time of Day + Weather Condition
→ Evening, Afternoon [ Clear Skies, 4:00 P.M]​
 
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Hibari had been patrolling the school, it was significantly less busy as his classmates, along with the rest of the first years had gone on a field trip. Hibari didn't want to go as he hated crowds and flocking together with others. Hibari had been doing some investigating but came up with no new leads on what happened to his cousin. Boyd Paxon. This lead to Hibari being more angry than usual, to blow off some steam Hibari headed to the dojo, If Hibari didn't hit something soon, he might lose it, which was rather uncharacteristic for him. Normally Hibari attacked people because he wanted to fight, not because of a lack of control over his emotions. This whole situation with Boyd didn't make sense, Hibari felt like foul play came from this, and it wasn't just from the villains.
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Hibari, now inside the dojo, saw one of the training bots, and before he knew it, he started laying into the robot.
The robot wasn't even turned on, but that didn't stop Hibari. Right now his main objective was just to relieve stress. Hibari didn't even use his tonfas, he wanted to feel his bare hands clash against the bot.
 
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Faced with the entrance belonging to the Camp Workshop, Lapis blinked in confusion. He had never seen such a building on campus before, so it was becoming a head banger as to what its purpose was. The only concept remotely like a workshop was the horse shoe station present on the farm? Quite self-sufficient, Lapis was taught how to make those shoes for the horses so they could avoid serious damage to their hoofs. It made the dunce wonder if there were horses somewhere in the forest? If so, then he intended to capture one and break the spirit.

Quite the difficult task, it would prove for some serious entertainment and hopefully restore him from his sluggish state. Several attempts to open the door result in failure, which began to annoy Lapis. It was one of those annoyances where the steam flushed out his nostrils and ears, very anime scene like. He began to wind his arm up, fully intending to break the door down before his previous mission blinked into thought. He was supposed to be locating the room with those bots so he could train against it. Lapis dropped his cocked back arm, slouched his body, and dragged his feet as he aimlessly walked.

Walking through rushing crowds, who barley showed him interest, informed Lapis that the last few buses were ready for departure. Apparently, this field trip was important? From the fleeting chatter, it seemed like an order was given. Being on Bodega was starting to feel as if it was some farm, however the students were the cattle. Go here and go there, or do this or do that. It seemed all the leaders did was instruct their herd, which was beginning to annoy Lapis. Is this what being a hero was about? The dunce truly thought heroism was just bashing in the faces of villains.

Just as Lapis was about to quit for the day, having visited the Community Hall and then the classrooms once more, the inspiring hero figured he would try searching for the dojo tomorrow. A horrible sense of direction, Lapis only seemed capable of locating things that were alive. A strange condition, trust, but what kept the dunce from giving up was the spotting of a wild bull. Hibari was its name? Lapis wasn’t too certain about it, but he remembered how frustrated it got when that one teacher stopped them from testing might against each other. Lapis knew that if he followed him, it would result in a confrontation which he welcomed.

Thus, Lapis followed the Hibari straight to the Dojo unknowingly. As he walked in, minutes after Hibari entered, he came to witness the untamed bull beating upon some stationary scrap of metal. Eyes barely widen, despite a certain angst that developed, Lapis had found the dojo. It only reconfirmed that tracking the living proved more beneficial than tracking stupid machinery. But why was Hibari beating up on something not moving? Such a strange creature, Lapis decided to shout from the entrance.

Has your pride has been wounded since our last bout?”
 

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Hibari continuedly struck the training bot, each blow making a loud thud that resonated throughout the dojo. As Hibari pounded away at that bot, he noticed he was reliving minimal stress by doing this. If only a teacher was around to fight, hitting a real person would probably help more, while a teacher should be able to give Hibari some answers. Hibari paused to wipe some sweat off his forehead before continuing to punch the bot.

Has your pride has been wounded since our last bout?

Hibari stopped, he wondered who would be dumb enough to try and antagonize him at this moment. Hibari recognized the voice, but he couldn't quite remember the face as he turned around to see who it was.

It's you...

It was one of the people Hibari wanted to fight. Braum had stopped their previous encounter before things could properly conclude. This was perfect. This guy would be the ultimate stress reliever, well until Hibari could find a teacher. Hibari began slowly walking up to the man as he began to speak.

You found me in a foul mood, leave or be bitten to death.


 
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Bitten to death? The mere phrase seemed to confirm the undomesticated personality of Hibari. Despite the rather eccentric threat, Lapis fully understood the warning that his peer delivered. Perhaps unspoken law of the animal kingdoms, the mere aura exerting from this untamed bull was enough to intimidate the meek. Hibari, without so much of a shift in posture nor tone, was aggressively antagonizing the animal enthusiast. At least that is how Lapis felt when he too was silently challenging for supremacy. Despite being into separate classes, or prides as the dunce would label it, two alpha males could not co-exist.

Both were around the same age, obvious because of the natural confrontation amongst both students. Lapis assumed for the bull to be closer in age because even wild bulls knew better respect the herd leader. Both were intending to become a professional hero, whatever their purpose may be – yet another assumption for Hibari since he knew very little. Their paths were bound to cross, evident from their earlier bout in the school’s semester. Lapis blinked very casually, eyeing the individual after he threatened him. Dazed about the hostility because it was he who was deemed victorious in their last bot. Why hadn’t Hibari submitted to be in the inferior one in the herd?

All Lapis knew was that the student spoke of a foul mood, hinting towards personal turmoil. He also knew quite well, in such a short time, that this bull was primed to release some frustration. Choosing to be no idiot, Lapis adopted a fighting stance and called the threat of being bitten to death. Was it true or not?

“Nothing is more cute than the nibbles of newborn felines…”


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Hibari saw the man take a fighting stance. His choice was clear. The man intended to fight Hibari. This was great, Hibari would be able to let his frustration out on the man.

Nothing is more cute than the nibbles of newborn felines…



It seems like it was the man's mission to annoy Hibari. Regardless Hibari slowly reached for his tonfas before stopping. No, he wanted to personally assault the man. Hibari went from walking into running, and as he reached striking distance he used his right arm to throw a jab at the man's chest. As he threw the jab he stopped running.


...

Hibari stared blankly at the man, anticipating his response.
 
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