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The Life and Times of Kiyotaka Ishimaru - 001It went without saying that Kiyotaka Ishimaru was not happy about the situation.
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In fact, he was more than "not happy."
He was irritated. Unamused. Actually, kind of pissed.
He had returned from classes that day to find an envelope shoved under his door. Unsure of what to expect, he'd opened it hesitantly, read every word carefully. Even now, he skimmed the typed letter again, as if doing so would change the meaning the words carried.
But alas, it did not. The message was a notice from the school authorities, alerting him that later that day, he would be receiving a new roommate. Ishimaru had considered himself lucky--he had managed to get a two-bedroom dorm to himself for the last few weeks, and he'd grown accustomed to the quiet and the space. It seemed, however, the peace had come to an end.
He sighed. Well. Perhaps his new roommate wouldn't be so bad! A pleasant, proper fellow like himself with whom