As the sun began to shine upon the school, Gato couldn't help but grow sick from the sight. This place was terrible. Everything about it was terrible. Why did this place even exist? For the majority of the semester, him and his friends have struck fear into the place. Everyone is afraid to stay after hours and usually there is a big rush to leave immediately as the bell rings. After school activities have been changed to taken elsewhere or even cancelled all together. No one was safe; not even his own friends. Unfortunately, their 7th member had got a bit too cock and got themselves caught. At least they took the smart way out and killed themselves instead of being taken in. Another good thing was no leads was brought to the other members. The last thing they needed was their plan compromised by annoying authorities. He started the day as he usually did, preparing for the morning meeting and skating around the courtyard. Once he knew was he had to do, he stopped and stepped of his board. A little bird told him the authorities were sending spies to the school to try and catch the members. Thing was, they didn't know who it was and who they could be. They would have to be careful. For now, he would have to inform the others. He reached into his pocket taking out his phone and going to the group chat. He rolled his eyes at the usual things there. Dumb gifs, bad memes and ridiculous questions about the homework. As if he even did the homework in the first place! "Yo. Meeting ASAP in the courtyard. It's business." He typed as he went to find a table to sit at. It was time to assemble the Rule of 7. Time to finally move his plan a step forward. After pressing the send button and relaxing once. He couldn't remember the last time he had a good sleep. Sleep was something he gave up on a long time ago. Every dream was just filled with dark shadows and ridiculous whispering. It bugged him. At least he spent the hours doing something meaningful. Just the other night he beat Steel Gear Liquid 4. Man what a hard ending. He darted his eyes to the students who began to arrive and head into the building. Another morning it seemed.