- "Not all who wander are lost."
Airi Yuu is an OC who currently attends Akademi High School.
Airi is serious and quiet, preferring solitude over crowds. She likes to help others, but doesn't do it too actively. Those who don't know her well wouldn't see the reason why to get this lone wolf's help, but others will know better. Airi has incredible strength and skill, not to mention a stoic mask to hide her true emotions. She is cautious and prefers to know the situation before stepping in, not wanting to make anything worse.
She doesn't hate anyone, but she is very cynical of humans. Airi tends to expect the worst of most and can come off as a more than a bit negative. Despite this, if she makes a promise she will do her best to pull through, no matter how dark the odds may seem. Airi honors her promises and is respectful to others. It would be a rare sight to see her step over someone's boundaries, especially those of her elders. She is modest (almost insecure), and thinks nothing of it. She distances herself from others, but when she makes a connection it tend to be close ones.
She explores on her own a lot to get away from others. She doesn't make plans to go to a certain area, but at least gets to know the area and be properly prepared before going somewhere. When exploring she is patient and enjoys the ride for what it is: a short escape from her regular life and into another.
Airi's mother, Masame, stole for a living and from the rich, while her father, Ryou, owned several businesses and was incredibly wealthy. It was Masame's choice to walk out on her daughter and shape her life with her own hands, and this new life was the consequences for it. Airi felt guilty, thinking that this was all her fault, but Ryou assured her that this was not the case. Her mother had her own issues, entirely unrelated to her daughter. He still consider her family (though just barely) and kept her new identity a secret.
Airi decided that her mother must've been a bad person if she would leave her own daughter at such a young age. Airi was angry that she spent time worrying and feeling guilty over the woman. Airi decided to get out of the house a lot more often to find something new to experience. She had her father buy her a private forest area to play in during her free time. She used it to escape her old house, which was filled with memories of Masame. When the forest grew boring for her she turned to travelling, making another excuse to leave the house more often.
Ryou's father made sure she was safe and strangely didn't ask her to come back home too often. Airi ended up avoiding her problems more and more, but she saw nothing wrong in the path her life was taking. Airi was growing up and finding herself, though she still had topics about mothers. She goes through high school without a care, because through her experiences with the world she is getting somewhere, she just doesn't know where yet.
Airi and Barakou both recognize each other as people who regularly go to the school swimming pool. Barakou sometimes makes a bit of conversation with Airi when they see each other. Airi invites Barakou over to her private swimming pool so that the two can race without anyone in the way or simply have fun. When in the Sports Club Barakou prefers to be on Airi's team because reasons.
Chikako tries to bribe Airi into doing her dirty work, to which Airi declines. Chikako suggests that the two should team up and take over the world, but Airi has no interest in world domination. Even so, Airi enjoys Chikako's cheerfulness and the two hang out in Airi's private forest to have fun. The two will occasionally travel to different countries together.
Erisa and Airi met once when Erisa was giving out free octopus dogs. Airi complimented her cooking, which made Erisa nearly have a heart attack. Erisa is slightly intimidated by Airi, moreso than her other seniors. Erisa once thought that Airi was a delinquent, but that thought has passed and she now believes that the girl is scary but nice. Airi pays little attention to Erisa and she feels bad that she only knows Erisa as the girl who gives out good free food. She encourages Erisa in subtle ways, such as always taking a sample when they are being passed out.
Fano and Airi are fellow classmates and best friends. Airi used to doubt whether or not Fano was actually as kind as she seems, but the few years they have been together has only whittled those thoughts away. They are similar in many ways, and when napping they tend to sleep on each other's shoulders. Fano is usually the one making the most conversation of the two while Airi listens. They can sometimes be found studying together for class.
Airi heard about the break-in at Fano's house when she was younger, and wonders whether or not her mother was the criminal. Airi notes that this might not be the case, as her mother probably would've taken something, but maybe Masame didn't because Fano was a girl who reminded her of Airi.
Airi may occasionally spar in the Martial Arts Club with the other members, including Himari Kita. Airi makes an effort to talk to Himari when there's an awkward silence, but other than that she doesn't say much. Himari respects Airi's skill, but hates that the girl is so quiet. Himari doesn't know much else about Airi other than what little she learns in the Martial Arts Club, so she doesn't have many positive or negative opinions about the girl. Himari doesn't understand why her senior wanders around so much, but is sure it's for a good reason.
Airi may sleep in the library during breaks, so Homura wakes Airi up so that she isn't late for something such as class. Homura chats with Airi to learn about the world for when she tries to realistically writes novels, as Airi has had much more experience in life than her. Homura and Airi consider each other to be friends, even if they don't hang out much.
Airi loves her mother, yet also feels some negativity towards her after she left. Every time Airi hears about a break-in in the houses of the rich, she wonders if the culprit was Masame. Masame knew how the wealthy organized their homes and guards, as she had been one of them once. When Airi hears about other scandals (a husband cheating on his wife with a lowly hooker) she has to wonder whether or not her mother would do that too, and whether she knew her mother at all.
Masame once told her daughter to never be a hero.
Minori and Airi are friends. Minori likes to play video games with Airi, only because Airi is one of the few people she knows who is worse than her at gaming. Airi smells something fishy, but doesn't really care about it either way and is happy to be gaming with her. Minori praises the fact that Airi essentially gave up on her mother, but dislikes when she starts to get sensitive about it. Minori does not empathize or sympathize with her feelings.
The two tend to see each other at school often, and have concluded that they must share similar interests. Airi praises Rie's curiosity, and the two are often found asking themselves identical questions about situations. Airi doubts Rie's intentions often, but Rie insists that she is honest and true. Sometimes Rie angers Airi for complaining about her mother, as Airi hasn't seen hers in years. The topic is usually avoided, but it can pop up at the least expected moments.
Airi has realized that Rie is a terrible person, so whenever Rie tries to chat and schmooze Airi doesn't buy it. Airi knows that Rie's behavior mirrors other dangerous people she has encountered over the years. Rie thinks that Airi just doesn't want to talk to her, but she is a bit wary. Airi expects the worst out of Rie, but can't prove anything and is tempted to frame the girl for something to get her in jail.
Riva is a friend Airi made in France. Airi has a faithful butler for translating between languages, as does Riva. They share similar beliefs and values. The two like to exchange stories about their home countries and the other places they've been to. Airi comes to Riva's swimming competitions and Riva consoles Airi whenever the girl feels down.
Airi knows of Rowan as the buffoon who still plays tag in high school. Rowan knows of Airi as the sleepyhead in the library. Rowan once tried to play a trick on Airi while he thought she was sleeping, but as Rowan was spraying the whip cream in Airi's open hand she suddenly smacked him in the face. Rowan wonders if that girl just wants to watch the world burn.
The two love each other her most fathers and daughters would, but they aren't seen doing much family bonding. Some parts of Airi's life are a mystery to Ryou and vice versa. Ryou is ready to talk to Airi about her mother, but Airi doesn't go to him for help.
They don't know each other well, and usually see each other when with mutual friends. Sachiko doesn't let Airi borrow her books in case Airi naps on them and drools on the pages. Even though they are but mere acquaintances, Airi likes to listen intently to what Sachiko says she has to do that day, in case Sachiko forgets and Airi must remind her. Airi once thought that her forgetfulness was an act, but has since dropped the idea.
- Taking naps could be a much bigger part of Airi's life if she really wanted. Airi loves to sleep for hours and hours.
- Airi loves fishing and the gentle ripples of the water.
- Swimming once in a while is a must for her. Airi spent part of her childhood swimming in rivers and oceans, so she has gotten very good at it.
- She takes delight in enjoying the scenery around her, especially if it includes nature.
- Airi takes a special interest in travelling and has made a few friends from other countries.
- Archery is one of her talents, and she trains often.
- She practices ikebana, an art of which is interesting to her.
- Her favorite kind of sushi is otoro sushi followed by edomae sushi.
- Pocari Sweat is one of her all-time most loved beverages.
- She is fond of Calpis Water and Calpis Soda.
- She prefers to hang around the incinerator, the library, the back edges of the school, the rooftop, meadows, the streets, gardens, the maze, the rooftop, the Martial Arts Club, the Sports Club, the Archery Club, and the Gardening Club.
She prefers not to talk much and gestures instead, but when she does she tends to use short sentences to get her point across.
- She attends Classroom 3-2.
- Airi was very short when she was younger, so she became excellent at climbing to make up for her temporary lack of height. Airi is still good at climbing even after her growth spurts.
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