Kn B X Ouran Essay

3575 words - 15 pages

“Welcome to the Host Club.”
A chorus of voices said in unison as the door opened. It revealed a group of seven boys, all gathered together in a formation. They were all dressed in the standard uniform, but there was still something unnerving about them.
Maybe it’s the fact that they’re all beautiful?
Probably not.
Hyuga took a step forward. Adia was shocked still, along with everyone else. Hyuga was seemingly able to not fall under their silently cast spell.
“We’re here from Seirin. The superintendent told us to find an empty music room to put all our things in. Could you please tell us somewhere that’s a little less inhibited?”
He was greeted with a short span of silence. The seven opposite them quickly got out of their pose, obviously realising they weren’t here for whatever it was the ‘Host Club’ did.
Kyouya pushed Haruhi forward. Haruhi sent a him. Kyouya wasn’t affected, but the other five had a look of absolute terror on their face. But she put on a smile when she faced the Seirin team.
“Of course. If you could follow me, please?” The personas voice was sort of high. It occurred to all of Seirin that this person wasn’t actually a boy. It didn’t truly bother them–to each their own, right?– but Hyuga was in a sort of clutch time mode. He always was for the first few minutes somewhere new. Obviously, the rest of the team could sense it as well.
Being the most diplomatic of the group, Kuroko stepped forward. He shook the others outstretched hand and said, in a louder voice than usual, “Thank you, that would be great.”
Three ...Two ...One.
“Woah, woah, woah! Where the hell did you come from! You weren’t here the entire time, were you?” All seven of them shouted at once. Everyone had a look of surprise and shock on their face. Kuroko just sighed in annoyance while the rest of Seirin snickered, not bothering to adjust their volume. Honestly, it would never get old, seeing new people notice Kuroko for the first time. The affair got a little violent whenever one of Seirin forgot about Kuroko. He placed a sort of trust and security in being known and noticed, and it really bothered him when that trust was misplaced.
“I was here the entire time, you just didn’t notice me. Now, you were going to show us the room?” he reminded with a note of irritation in his voice. Newbies really were so infuriating.
“Ah, yes, just, uh, follow me, then…” Haruhi said, slowly making her way towards the basketball players. With some reluctance, Izuki had to speak up.
“We don’t have any other invisible giants. You can walk normally.”
Haruhi nodded, and continued walking, albeit with more confidence and normality.
The Seirin looked at Izuki.
“That’s surprisingly fitting. Where did that come from?” Hyuga whispered to him. Izuki just shrugged with a pleased look on his face.
Honey was the next one to speak up. “Why’d you call him an invisible giant? He’s kinda small for a basketball player, isn’t he?”
Kagami swooped in to answer the inquiry.
“You haven’t seen him...

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