♚ — Once she had calmed down, Sonia couldn’t help but tilt her head in slight confusion, however, she refrained herself from asking as to why he would see himself as someone far superior than the rest. Maybe he was? Upon closer inspection, he did seem a bit familiar to Sonia.
♚ —”Eh? Is there a particular reason as to why Genocider Syo piques your interest, enough for you to research?” Though, without having to ask, Sonia could somehow relate. That question was probably a sort of verification.
He folded his arms across his chest, chuckling before he spoke. “It isn’t everyday you see murders like the ones Genocider Syo committed, it piques my interest greatly.”
"You seem like a smart girl, you must have a favorite too." He added, not necessarily to be nice, but more so to show off his own intelligence on the subject of serial killers to someone who actually seemed interested.
♚ — Just as she was about to open the book, an unexpected question came out of the blue, causing to lose her guard. Without giving it much of a thought, she came up with what one could refer to as an “excuse.”
♚ — “Ones “type” matters not. Serial killers cause mammoth levels of excitement in society, does they not? There’s no doubting it, that Genocider Syo is Japan’s representative serial killer… But, Kirakira-chan is the one that I am most interested it! T… Though, it’s not like I read the occult magazines every month, in fact, just the special features on serial killers piqued my interests!” She sputtered.
♚ — It’s actually self-explanatory(kinda), that one such as her, holds an odd liking to the serial killers. No efforts are required, when it’s clearly written all over her body language and “figure of speech”.
He stood there and listened, hiding the surprise that such a person was so educated with serial killers. He nodded his head to her words. She seemed passionate about the subject, he could see it in the way she acted along with the words she spoke.
"Surely you are highly educated on the subject. I must say Genocider Syo is one I find most interesting. To say I admire such a person," He paused, looking at the book again, "I don’t believe they deserve the satisfaction." He pulled out the second volume of the book Sonia was reading. "I’ve been researching Genocider Syo for quite some time to be honest."
♚ — The atmosphere was heavy, as expected, this person did seem like the kind who wanted to be left alone. It wasn’t hard to tell, judging from his expression and tone of speaking. Despite it being a brief moment, she had felt a glare shot towards her, in which, made it even harder to think of what to say. Sonia watched the males actions with the awkwardness still lingering around, causing her to remain silent.
♚ — “Oh!” Sonia threw a quick glance at the book that she held not too long ago. “It is quite close, in fact, the section containing these books is right behind this table.” She replied, moving slightly to the side due to the fact that she was literally in the way. Seeing as how the book seemed much more interesting to him than Sonia, she refrained from excusing herself as to why a book like that was in her possession.
She seemed shy or at least not one of many words. He did not take into account his lack of expressions and social interaction. He remembered instantly where he had heard that name from. It was a serial killer whom he was researching in great depth. His gaze left the book, moving towards the bookshelf with similar books, then back to Sonia.
"You are interested in books much like this one? How interesting, you never came across as the type." He decided to make conversation with her, she now proved herself worthy of such an interaction.
♚ — With a content smile on her face, gripping tightly on the book she had borrowed, Sonia decided to pay the library yet another visit. Her interactions were by far no other than pleasant, in which she is now in quite a good mood. The school itself, and the students, were truly worthy of her praise.
♚ — Strangely enough, the library was left untouched. For now, there was no sight of anyone. Without giving it much of a thought, Sonia hurried over to look around in sections that were much of her liking. Once she had grabbed a book entitled “The murder cases of Genocider Syo” the door creaked open. That, of course, caught Sonia’s attention.
♚ — A male, not much taller than her, came to. He emitted a somewhat unapproachable aura, causing Sonia to hesitate. However, it had already been decided that no matter the obstacle, she must introduce herself to every single student she encountered. Placing the book aside, she approached the male and greeted him with a “Good day.”
He heard a voice, looking over at the girl suddenly. At first he looked at her, glaring slightly. His look quickly changed, almost expressionless. He nodded, “Good day.” He closed the door behind him, walking further into the library.
He walked over to her, looking down at the book that she placed onto the table. It read “The Murder Cases of Genocider Syo” He kept his attention on the book as he spoke to her, “Where did you get this?”
Togami moved around the school, managing not to bump into anyone whom he did not want to speak to. He convinced the headmaster to grant him a map or the school. Once he discovered where the library was located, he headed towards it immediately. Beginning at the entrance hall, he made his way left towards the staircase leading to the next floor of the school.
Bypassing the second floor, taking note that his room was the third one on the left. His roommate was someone named, Mondo Oowada. Tch….sounds like a major problem He thought to himself, giving himself a mental note to switch roommates immediately.
Walking up to the next floor he ceased climbing and wandered the halls of the third floor. He walked passed the changing rooms outside of the Pool room and saw the double doors of the library. He smirked, opening the door carefully before walking inside. As he entered, he hopes that it would be empty, leaving him time to explore on his own. But part of him wanted to speak to someone at the school.