Let’s get one thing clear: I have no idea why you’re talking to me.

Yuki is much better at being social, even if he’s annoyingly sensitive, and Lucas could just manipulate you into liking him in two seconds flat. I would rather roll out of a window into a pit of children singing eight-minute musical numbers before I spoke a word to any random stranger who just happened to tap me on the shoulder and demand a conversation.

That being said, I really have no other choice but to talk to you.

I have a list here of things I’m supposed to say about myself. I’m going to read it. I’m going to answer the questions on it. And then I’m going to tell you to get out of here before I heart-control you off a cliff.

You ready? Here we go.


First of all, I’m a fifteen-year-old sophomore in high school. Hurray for me. I’m also a Dynamic, which means I’m an evolved member of the human species. Hurray again, although to me it still feels like the Dynamics I’m surrounded by haven’t evolved past the cavemen phase.

My parents are scientists who work for the government. Oh. And I live in the Charuzu Republic. My sheet here says you may not know what that is, but I don’t really care. Read my book. If you have about two functioning brain cells, you should be able to figure it out from there.

One defining aspect of my personality…well, it might be obvious but I’m eternally annoyed. Enough said.

My favorite color is probably red. I see it every day when I look at my eyes and I haven’t gouged them out yet, so I guess that’s good enough to call it my favorite.

My biggest life problem is that my only friend Yuki is a complete idiot who constantly drags me into danger for no good reason at all. I honestly wish he’d gotten scared off when I attacked him with the class pet instead of insisting on becoming my friend. It would’ve been a lot less trouble for me in the long run.

And finally, a list of my extensive hobbies and personal interests:

I read books sometimes.

I have to raise two baby demons known as my younger sisters so I don’t really have free time.

I do homework.

I practice my iconic “death-glare” in the mirror almost every day in the hopes of reaching that magical point where it can keep everyone away from me.

I tag along with Yuki – sometimes by choice, most of the time because he forces me to.

That’s basically me in a nutshell. You got all that? Feel like you’ve met me and now we’re totally bonding and we’re going to become best friends?

Good luck with that.

Get off my web-page now. I’m taking another lunch break.