Hisae Kaiza’s calligraphy school is, in certain circles, well-renowned–just not in the world of professional, traditional calligraphy.
No, Hisae Kaiza’s calligraphy school is far more prestigious than that.
After all, no other school teaches its students how to mold the universe to their will.
She never did calligraphy in her first life: it wasn’t practical enough for her and so she went another route–aikido she did to spar with Ryohei, but archery had always been for herself.
A bow, an arrow, a target in sight; only one chance to make a mark.
She hasn’t felt peace like this in a long time.
Grandmother doesn’t care for the spirit world–it’s taken so much from her, she’d rather die than fall for Enma’s false promises again–but the human world is still hers to protect.
Or, at least, have Tetsuki protect it on her behalf.
“Hmph, mind control bugs, how unimaginative,” Grandmother scoffs, handing over a stack of ofuda and sending her off like a child on her first day of school, “There you go, my dear, and if you find those other students of mine send them my way.”
She doesn’t care about Shuichi Minamino’s true nature. She was friends with the host of a kyuubi–a single tail kitsune isn’t even a blip on her radar.
If anything, it’s his human side that’s the problem.
Maya Kitajima is her best friend: she only has the one friend, so it’s not a very difficult position to achieve.
“There’s something about him,” Maya sighs dreamily, while Tetsuki does the same in a far more exasperated manner–it’s fine, she won’t remember it in five minutes, “As if maybe in another life we might have had a fateful encounter.”
Tetsuki knows all about other lives: Maya’s situation has less to do with reincarnation and everything to do with the amnesia pollen that Shuichi Minamino dosed her with last year.
A/N: a few three-sentence scenes from Multiphenomenal because I don’t have any more prompts to fill 😦
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