The sky was perfect; blue, not too much clouds, but just enough. The sun was shining down on the land, helping the water glimmer like a diamond. Yui Haruno had left his home due to the fact that his parents were fighting once more. He stopped on the dirt path, the grass around him up to his knees. He dropped his back pack off of his shoulders and pulled out a book about Norse Mythology, then put his bag back on his back. After plenty of years of reading and walking, he had learnt to not walk into objects or people. He opened his book to the book marked page, the first page to the chapter about the Midgard Serpent. He walked up to the river bank, but his attention left the book when he felt his toes being kissed by the water. He never wore sandals often, but he wanted to feel different for once. He shut the book on his index fingers and enjoyed the shining water. It was like crystals. He had some feeling to look beside him, so he did. He saw rocks amidst the sand. He saw a sparkle, a twinkle. He squatted down and pushed the sand and rocks away, and found what looked like a shining white stone in the shape of an amber. He saw his own reflection in it. With a small smile he took the rock in his hand. It was the size of his palm. He slipped it into his jean pocket and stood back up. There was a loud splashing noise, and Yui found himself on the ground, drenched in water. He dropped his book beside him. His backpack dug into his spine, causing him to shout out in pain. Yui noticed he had his eyes closed, so he opened them as he felt something slimy wrap itself around his shin. His eyes widened. It was a slimy, black tentacle. He saw six others sticking out of the water. He wanted to let out a loud scream, but nothing came out. A shadow covered Yui. Two plated, steel boots landed beside him on the sand. The boots were fire red. The entire body of this figure was fire red. The figure looked like a knight, but red. It had a sword as big as he was, and the handle to the sword was the size of Yui's arm. The knight like figure rested the sword on his shoulder. He grasped its handle with both hands, then cocked his elbows to the side. He swung his weapon and severed the tentacles sticking out, the four inches still sticking out of the water withdrew. He raised his weapon over his head, and brought it down upon the tentacle that had a grasp on Yui's leg. the sand became stained with purple goo. Yui blinked, and the knight was gone. 'What was that?' Yui thought to himself as he sat down in bed and placed the stone beside him on his night stand.