"(Sorry guys, My internet got cut off because we couldn't pay the bill. We'll be getting it back soon, though.)
Sage studied the girl for a second, and nodded. "She doesn't look like the type of person who'd mess with humans…"
"Sage looked over and noticed a girl coming out of the same room where he had been eavesdropping. He sighed a bit inside, hoping she hadn't heard or noticed him at the time. "Looks like you get to bunk with a girl too,…"
"Sage was still stopped at the door, wondering why the laughter had stopped and singing start. He raised an eye brow when he also hear Izaya pull out a piece of paper, soon realizing it was the dorm room placing chart. Reluctly, Sage moved away from…"
"Sage glanced around his shoulders to make sure no human was around. As soon as he sure, he walked over to the wall, scaled it, then with enough force he pushed himself off of the ground and landed on top of the wall as well. He then jumped down with…"
"Sage nodded, and smiled again. "Yeah. That is, if we ever get caught!" he joked, letting him on his shoulder as they walked back to the school walls. With out asking, Sage plucked Izaya off of his shoulder, and quickly threw him over the…"
""Dang," Sage muttered, glancing up at the large clock on the wall. "Yeah, come on." he said as he sighed. This had been great so far and he almost didn't want to go back to the school. But he knew he had to."
""That was great!" Sage said, standing up. "Try using some supernatural abilities to give it the edge, you know. It also helps when the people we scare try to call the cops or whatever. No one will believe them.""
"Now it was Sage's turn to sit back and watch the show. He walked over to a bench and took a seat by himself, glaring at a random girl who tried to take a seat next to him. He looked back over just in time to see one of the girl's purses…"
"Two of the boys screamed and ran, leaving their two friends with him. Sage grabbed one kid by the shoulder, bringing his face close to his neck. "Now get out of here," he whispered with a hallow tone. The boy was frozen for a second, then…"