A boy named Ryu walked through this mysterious graveyard. "Where the heck am I?" Ryu asked himself. Ryu is one of those people who have lost their memories. He could not remember anything about his parents, siblings, or even about himself. Even worse, he had no home.
Ryu walked around the graveyard, trying to figure out why he was here. He looked at the graves, trying to find someone familliar, but there wasn't anyone he knew. He turned his head, finding that there was a gravestone seperated from the others that he didn't check. He walked over to it and read it. It read Akira on it. The name was familiar to him. Suddently, Ryu froze. He felt a presence behind him. "W-Who's there?" Ryu asked in fright. Ryu turned his head to the presence of a human. This person was a little boy. "Hello," the boy said cheerfully. "Hi?" said Ryu. "What are you doing here?" The boy just smiled. "Visiting a grave," the boy replied. "And which grave are you visiting?" asked Ryu. He wondered why a little boy this age would be visiting a grave. The boy smiled. "My grave of course!" the boy said.
Ryu woke up startled. Who was that boy? Ryu looked around. He was relived he wasn't at that graveyard. He was at a normal abandoned building. Ryu got up and went outside. He figured he could take a walk. He thought that talking a walk would get his mind off of that nightmare.
Everyone was ignoring him and bumping into him, but he always thought it was his fault. "I'm sorry," Ryu apologized to one person, but they just kept walking on. "Jeez," he said, not looking where he was going. "No one here is frendly," He then heard fast footsteps. He turned to see who it was, but it was already too late.
Ryu fell onto the sidewalk. "Hey watch it!" he said. The person who also fell was a highschool girl. "I-I'm sorry!" she said, quickly getting up. He stuck out her hand to help him up. He grabbed her hand and pulled himself up. "My name is Saki Moritara," "My name is Ryu," he said. She opened her eyes and scanned me. "Shouldn't you be getting to school?"
"What is this school?"
"You really don't know?"
Ryu nodded. Saki sighed. "Maybe I should just take you," she said and grabbed my hand. We started running to 'school'. "Ah, so this is school," he said. "Your a moron, you know that?" Saki said, smiling. "Now lets go. We'll have you registered here," she said. She grabbed Ryu's hand once more and pushed open the doors. Some highschool kids were there getting out their books and crap. "Hey Saki," said one of the students. "Who is that?" "This is a new student." Saki answered. "Huh? I never asked to be apart of this!" Ryu said. Saki turned to Ryu. "Oh, but you have to," she smirked. The student walked up to Ryu, smiling. "Hello," he said. "H-Hi. My name is Ryu," Ryu said. "Ryu, eh? My name is Taro Takani," Taro replied. "Come on, Ryu. We're going to get you into this school," she said and took Ryu to the office. After about ten minutes, he has answered all but two of the questions.
"What is your phone number?" asked on of the secertary people.
"I don't have one," answered Ryu.
"Here is your last question. Do you have any parents or siblings that we could talk and discuss things with?"
Ryu stayed silent.
"No, I don't,"
"Well okay then. You are now registered to come here to learn,"
Ryu got out of his seat and opened the door. "Okay," he said, softly. He closed the door and walked out of the school. Saki was following him to make sure he was okay. She was by the door, listening to the conversation, and she thought when Ryu was silent, something was wrong. Ryu then noticed Saki following him. He turned to her. "Why are you following me? Go to your classes," He said. "Oh uhm...," Saki said, unable to explain herself. "Okay," She turned around and headed back to school. Ryu went back to his abandoned building to do nothing.