Aichi looked up at the sky, and with that he shook his head with a sigh, “It’s no use…” He mumbled. It really wasn’t! It was so disappointing how he just couldn’t remember anything! He thought walking around this city would help, but it was just no use at all. He was getting so disappointed that he couldn’t remember anything. He just felt so lost.
“Card Capital… Isn’t here either…” He said to himself, “Not even a different card shop is here…” That made his disappointment grew even more. He thought he could find his Vanguard deck, that he just so happened to lost, at a card shop, but it was a no go. If his deck wasn’t in the apartment he woke up in… Then where could it be? The only other answer would be a card shop- Well, he probably should’ve searched the room he woke up in better before jumping into conclusions.
Aichi’s head instantly lifted once he heard the sound of foot steps approaching him rather quickly- getting louder, and louder, and with a gasp the boy’s eyes widened when he saw someone running almost at him, “A-Ah!? W-wait, stop..!” He lifted his hands but… Crash!
The Vanguard fighter found himself on the ground, he let out a groan, “O-ow… That hurt…” He managed to say out loud. He started to sit up, and he opened his eyes to a hand that had been offered out to him. Aichi was a bit hesitant at first, but he reached out, and took the other hand, then he was helped back up onto his feet.
“I’m… Fine.” He nodded, “That was just a bit unexpected, I’m sorry for being in the way.” He lowered his voice. Maybe he should head back to that apartment, obviously his luck wasn’t the best even in this city.
This city was definitely not a place he had been to in the past. The people all seemed to be dressed the same, but Judai couldn’t be fully sure of it. After all he was running around now wasn’t he? People passed by him and avoided him as if he was the plague—more like, they didn’t want to be crashed by. After all, despite not remembering many things he was still a ball of energy that bounced around before he crashed and burned.
He couldn’t help but to keep running. Maybe he was going paranoid, but he swore that he heard some voices of mammals?—calling out to him! What was going on? First he couldn’t remember how to read and now he couldn’t count? Was he going autistic or what? This was really sad for him; even if he wasn’t a fan of literature or math, he still needed them for the everyday life! Oh dear, what if someone was to make him sign a contract and it was a scam!
He kept dashing and dashing until he saw someone with blue hair—it was rather long in comparison to his. The colour made him feel more at ease for some reason, but just as he was about to stop—well things didn’t work too well. He was on the ground and had collided with a total stranger. Oh dear.
“Hm?” Judai scratched the back of his head when he made his last statement. A little late to react, he freaked out before stuttering his words, “No no! Don’t be! I wasn’t watching where I was going! Are you sure you’re alright?”
He ran up to the boy and looked at him carefully. Well, looking closer at the features he did remind him of someone. He wasn’t sure who it was, but it just did. Then it hit him. Oh right! He forgot to introduce himself to the stranger!
“My name is Judai, Yuki Judai! What’s yours?”