It was Raku Tatchibana's first day on the second world, Earth, and well...he honestly didn't want to be there at all. He wasn't a big fan of the city he lived in either, Tokyo was a loud and bustling place even though he lived well on the outskirts in his family's mansion. "Master Raku, wake up you bloody youn'in." Grumbled a voice and the young devil heir felt something slap the side of his cheek and he groaned in return. "Rosa...go away. Don't...wanna go...." He mumbled then dozed off again until he felt himself be lifted up and placed on his feet. When the young devil slowly opened his eyes, he was met by the fierce gaze of his mother like maid; Rosa. "Now you see here, it's your first day here and of school so get changed and head down stairs to get something to eat." The old woman stated in a deadly tone before walking out. Usually Raku never listened to anyone but himself; Rosa on the other hand he was scared of and quickly obeyed. With a sigh and groan he changed into his new school's uniform then fiddled with some infernal thing called a 'tie'. The blasted thing seemed more like a torture tool then a piece of clothing; humans were an odd bunch. He pondered the thought of allowing his wings to show but thought it would be better to keep them hidden so they wouldn't cause unnecessary attention. While rolling his shoulder blades he made his way of the bedroom and down the stairs towards his dining hall. Laying at his usual seat was his favorite breakfast but he didn't have much of an appetite so only half of the meal was consumed. "Well, I'll see you all after school." The devil grumbled as he grabbed his new school bag then walked over to his limo while his staff waved at him with smiling faces as the car drove away. It only took around thirty minutes to arrive at Hibiya High School and once the car stopped he already saw people staring his way. He resisted the urge to glare at them and instead moved some hair away from his face before closing the car door and made his way toward the entrance without looking at anyone. Right now he really didn't want to converse with anyone or be asked a tone of questions. The headmaster presented him with his class schedule when he arrived at the office then directed him to the location of his new homeroom. Walking in the room, it wasn't much to look at; just some desks, windows and a white board. Seeing how he didn't know where to sit he just picked a random desk that didn't have anyone already there as he heard students whispering and glancing at him. Whenever his teacher arrived he'd probably have to introduce himself and would be assigned a new seat but for now he simply folded his arms and looked at the board with an expressionless face that could intimidate most people.