As the students continued with the hussle and bussle of their everyday lives, a strange sight would have been seen. Around the various hallways of the school, a few of the students would have seen floating pieces of paper which proceded to attach themselves to the wall. If one were to look close enough, they'd make out a sort of distorted image of a person near the paper, but most were too busy to look that closely. On them they read:
"Tired of having to do the dirty work all by yourself? Would you like to be lazy or just prefer to call the shots? No job is too big or too small for Aaron Falkner. For a modest fee he'll do any job you ask of him. Contact him in his convienent location at the courtyard. *Prices vary per request*"
Aaron quickly moved through the halls of the school, having made up dozens of these posters in preperation of today. The Academy was living up to it's reputation even early on. Aaron was hardly phased at the giant explosion, even though he was near it, there were far more pressing matters at hand. However, Aaron's attention was caught by a samurai looking classmate, who proceded to punt a Prinny unlucky enough to be caught in his way. He chuckled a bit at it. 'I like his style, let's see where he's off to in such a hurry.'
he thought to himself as he stopped placing the posters and followed him silently.
Not too far, he stopped, deciding to sit down, and place his hat over his eyes as people walked by. 'Well he's not as much fun as I thought. A shame really, I thought he might have been my first customer.'
Aaron thought as he began to walk away, but was stopped as he spoke, mentioning how the teacher had set up his traps not even an hour ago. Aaron walked back towards him and stood next to the samurai, still in camoflouge, and began talking. "Personally I think it should be both. And are you sure about that? Plenty of others who are saying the exact same things in this hallway."
he said to the student, not even realizing that he was still invisable to the naked eye.