Lyxia breathed out a heavy sigh of exasperation. Another mission she was to go on...not of her own free will....again. Just because she was top of her class didn't mean she was the top in the whole school. But...unfortunately....Everyone thought differently than her. She should have been flattered, but she wasn't...She stood and bowed, humbly accepting the mission she was assigned to...in front of the whole class.... She praised the bell as it excused her from embarrassing herself further. Running from the class room with her stuff, she proceeded to head home and get ready for the upcoming mission. She was to leave immediately and bring only her most trusted weapon to which she could easily conceal. That and her clothing had to be tight and not get in her way. She hated her spandex shorts and tank top, but it looked like she had no choice. Upon arriving, she packed her stuff and ran to the airport the client designated. They quickly got her on a plane and proceeded to fly her to her mission destination, Tokyo, Japan. It was an hour flight and it passed by quickly. As she landed, her client met her off the plane, taking her to a black car and shoving her inside. She rubbed her sore arms as they drove her to the designated location. All she knew was that she needed to take back something that was stolen from her client and was to do it without causing too big a scene. They stopped a block away from the area, shoved her out and went on their way. Now all she had was her map and her weapon. She proceeded to the location, which seemed to be a mansion of considerable size. This would be easy. She studied the cameras that did surveillance for a second and recognized the pattern they moved in. Using this, she was easily able to slip past the gate. Surveying her surroundings, she found a small window in the foundation of the house. Luckily, the guards were stupid cause they hadn't seen her yet. She slipped past them quite easily and contorted her small frame into the window. She was in, now to look for that item. "You will recognize it immediately" was all they had told her. She hoped they were right as she headed to the first floor of the place as quietly as she could.