Sitting upon a chair in her room, hands promptly keying letters on the laptop she had set on her desk, was what definately seemed to be a small girl. She was not particularly small in age, but she was indeed a frail-built girl, possibly somewhere in her teens. Her long, light pink hair reached farther behind her than what a normal person would be able to keep brushed regularly, and she wore a loose sweatshirt; it was very apparent that it was many sizes too big for her. It could nearly be some kind of dress, and that was basically how she wore it. "Click that," said a child-like creature, which appeared to be actually hovering over the shoulder of the girl, pointing at some miscellanious sounding window which had flashed itself on the screen. Looking deeper into the child's appearance, even aside from the unnatural hovering, one would notice pointed ears and what seemed to be the tail of a fox. He, as this strange thing was indeed a male, wore a light green scarf, plus a darker green jacket and newsboy cap, grey jeans, and neatly polished brown shoes. He smiled giddily in anticipation as the girl's mouse slid to the window, following the loose order. After a moment of nothing happening, the computer gave a small hiss as if it were about to explode, but instead a blue screen showed up for a split second, before shutting down. They were shocked at the result to say the least, and they had to take a moment to process what had happened. The girl suddenly flew into a panic, pressing buttons on the keyboard haphazardly in an attempt to restore her precious computer's glory. "This is bad, bad, bad, bad, bad!" She stammered the phrase multiple times before letting out a finalizing set of curses upon the now flimsy structure of a motherboard her most prized possession had become. "This it your fault!" She became enraged suddenly, grasping the collar of the boy-creature's shirt. "You caused this, you stupid troublesome--" "Calm down, Miu," interrupted a man, stepping from behind her to pluck the child, whom was now merely pretending to cry, from her grasp. He was a very tall character, almost intimidating had he also not looked so thin and pale. His dark hait and suit did not quite help his skin tone either; it simply made him look like some monochrome ghost. "You should know better than to do what Rei says, you know. Especially with your laptop. He wouldn't know about things like that." Miu, that must have been the girl's name, sighed out in frustration, running a hand though her hair. "Yes... I suppose you're right..." A silence followed, before the man released the child, which floated into the air again like a helium balloon. He motioned towards the laptop. "What are you going to do about that, now? It must be broken, right? Your life is on that laptop." "My stories?" Miu looked to him, taking a moment to find what he meant. She was a natural at writing, as she had discovered, and was able to somewhat maintain her life with the profits of them. "That too; what I mean is your access to all those people you speak to on it. I mean, you obviously don't have anyone other than them. Besides us, I mean. You remember the last time it broke, you went pretty insane on us..." He stopped himself from speaking any longer, his pale features looking taken aback by the look on Miu's own. She seemed as if she would go iinto some mad fit in a few moments, simply staring at the floor with a hand on her head. "Miu? Are you okay?" She jumped to her feet suddenly, snapping at him, "NO! I'm terrible, Airen, no thanks to you!" she stormed out of the room, followed by the two. Behind them, coming from the shadows and nearly every crevice of the room, more creatures followed. Many small, some large, various things of various shapes and sizes. They all stayed behind Airen and Rei as if they held them back just by being there. Miu rummaged about the apartment, gathering coin from all around; no one visited, so there was no need for security, according to her, so she just left money here and there in her usual haphazard manner. She then began to head for the door, which caused a high amount of alarm in the two's minds. Miu hadn't left the apartment of her own free will for far too long to just suddenly decide to leave. "Where in the world are you going!?" Airen stepped in front of her, desperately trying to find her reasoning in the situation. "I'm going to buy a new computer." She stated matter-of-factly, stepping aside and turning the handle. The door swung open and her attitude changed drastically. She obtained an uncontrollable shake and tried her best not to turn around to see the look of fear on her face. The world was indeed the way it should be, but there were so many people. Many of them turned to look at her, and her legs buckled under her as she simultaniously slammed the door, sitting against the door, remaining inside. "I can't do it, you do it." She muttered, holding the money towards Rei, who simply blinked at it and asked, "Why me!?" "We can't do it, Miu. You know this. We can go with you though, if you'd like." A long silence came, before she finally uttered an "Alright," and before they knew it, they were outside. Except something was odd. The people only saw her, then. Rei was able to simply fly over the people, and Airen was so tall and thin he simply dodged through, as awkward as that looked. But it drew no attention, somehow. Looking around, there were a lot of them around, but no one noticed them. She saw a few dancing along the sidewalk, even, but it was as if only she could see what was going on.