Kiori dropped the large box and sighed heavily. "Ugh. I hate moving!" Kicking the box, she leaned her shoulder on the wall and watched as her family did their part. Kiori scanned the empty building that would soon be her new home. It was decently large for just four people; the four separate bedrooms and two large bathrooms made for a comfortable reduction from their old castle like manor. She loved her old home- it was peaceful, secluded, and had more than enough backyard space for her and her brother to place around. Granted, the backyard was basically the nearby forest, it still seemed small to her now considering she grew up there. Kiori was snapped out of her thoughts by her brother roughly ramming into her shoulder. "Stop being lazy and move the box!" he sneered, wrinkling his nose at her. Kiori scoffed and stuck out her tongue before picking up the weighted box and carrying it up the stairs. The box contained various objects that belonged to her, so of course she was forced to carry it, but she still hated labor. The move was completed within a few hours of their arrival and the sun was now bright in the sky. Kiori locked the door as she waved goodbye to her family that had helped. Turning around, she walked into the bare kitchen and found her father. "Why exactly are we living away from the family?" she started. Her father, Kouji, turned turned to face her, cracking his neck in the process and smiled. "Well, why not? New city, new home, might as well start it as a smaller family, right?" Kiori furrowed her eyebrows. "Yeah, okay. Mom didn't go down without a fight, did she?" Her father's smile was instantly replaced with a nervous grin. "How could you tell?" Because your arm is bleeding and she's in her would be room brushing her hair. She only does that when she's angry." Kiori put her hands on her him and straightened her back when he laughed more. "This is funny, Daddy! We're stuck in a new city full of a completely different species and you want to make an adventure out of it?! No!" Kouji placed his hand reassuringly on his daughter's shoulder. "It'll be all find. We still have extended family in this region. In fact, you'll be going to school with some of them."