RavenRaven walked up to the large school, looking around at the other students. She sighed and looked at her schedule again. She ran a hand through her hair. Today was the day that people got settled in their dorms, and found their classes. Classes didn't start for a day (Or two). She sighed and looked at the paper for her dorm number. She sat down on a bench outside of the school. It wasn't open yet because not everyone was there yet. They made sure EVERYONE was present before officially opening. She looked around and then back down at her schedule. 'What of they don't like me? What if I decide to open up and show myself to people... No... I can't let that happen... not again...' She thought to herself while shaking her head. 'I can't lose another...' She looked up and saw signs in the air with dorm numbers on them. She looked above her head to find that her dorm number was right above where she was sitting. She thought it was convenient and just looked back to her paper. Thane Thane walked around. He was looking at the building while his twin stuck close, clinging to his arm. He smiled. 'Maybe we'll have a new start here...' He thought to himself. He looked down at his small sister and laughed lightly. She looked terrified. "You'll be fine Ross, there's nothing to worry about." He smiled. Suddenly signs appeared in mid air with room numbers on them. They found their number and stood under it, waiting for others. Ross Ross looked up at him scared and back at the large building. 'What if they're scared of me...' She thought to herself. She held tighter on to her twin's arm as they continued forward. 'What if I'm made fun of again? I am pretty small...' Her brother's voice broke though her train of thought. "You'll be fine Ross, there's nothing to worry about." She looked up and smiled softly and took a deep breath. She slowly let go of his arm, but stayed close. They decided to stand by the doors, watching the other people find their roommates. Suddenly, signs appeared in mid air with room numbers on them. They found their number and stood under it, waiting for others.