Kenta Suzuki had received his class assignment in the mail just a week ago but he never had prepared himself for what was in store when he had arrived at the school, or was it a campus, or even a city? It didn't matter thought because he had arrived on time for school and that was a blessing in and of itself. He walked through the courtyard of the sizeable High School building, just over the top he could see the apartment/dormitory tower complex rising above the roof, it's windows glinting silvery in the early morning light. The classroom that he was assigned to, 3-S, was relatively easy to find, just up the stairs next to the courtyard, around the corner and down four doors on the second floor, the windows looking out towards the center of the campus the Kazeyama River. It was nice, almost quiet even, which was strange from what he had heard in whispers from his classmates at his old school. In any case it seemed nice enough. The windows alongside the hallway made it possible to look through the hallway and out the windows on the opposite side out to the courtyard. Kenta quickly found his seat, it was in the second row, one seat away from being next to the window. Curse his luck. Ah well, maybe he'd get lucky when they'd change the seating charts around. As he sat down he noticed a few other students sitting around the back of the room talking amongst themselves and a couple more wandering the hallway outside, and the teacher, a one Aoi-Sensei, busily taking notes for the first class, Japanese History. With a sigh Kenta waited patiently for the bell to ring and to see who else would slink in and be in is class.