( @King Julius ) The night was warm. A gentle breeze blew through the trees, intermingling in a dance as blossoms floated towards the ground. The stars lit up the bright sky, as if competing with the bright cites beneath it. It was a competition that had gone on since the beginning of electric lighting. Trains buzzed about the land, carrying the few passengers that kept busy this late at night. It was a Sunday, so the business of the weekend was dying down. A simple apartment complex stood by a rather empty parking lot. Inside one of the apartments sat a young girl, in a neat, organized room surrounded by books and binders. There was a small bed and and a desk, currently occupied by herself. There was a half kitchen, and a small bathroom. Everything in the apartment was neatly kept, and the girl was dressed rather neatly. She was studying, as she had done all day. She wrote and calculated, working hard to maintain her hold on the position of top student. Over the weekend, her friends had been out, celebrating their first weekend, even after a nice winter break and white week. She, on the other hand, was already beginning to prepard for midterms, even though they were months away. Not at the moment, though, she was studying astronomy for now. The girl, Sarei Arugakime, had dreamed of the most beautiful man last night. His blue eyes shone like the stars themselves, and his hair was dark and soft like a summer night. Sarei did not tell her friends of her dreams, for she did not want their giggly hocus pocus and other horoscopic non sense. Sarei had never read anything about magic, and proved that stuff wrong a thousand times. Wishing on shooting stars and picking cards to decide one's day did not interest her, and she highly doubted the fact that they ever would.