@Taengoo @Warrior of Fire @ThreeThousandFish @Doctor Celebi @Kimono Dragon @BulbasaurFan4 A warm late summer afternoon graced the coastal town of Sandgem as buses and cars arrive in a giant parking lot as people flood with bags and suitcases. Young adults arriving from the airport from far off regions, others arrive in cars from town or other parts of Sinnoh. The next part of their life journey begins today here, at the Rowan University. A dark skinned, silver haired woman who looks to be about in her late-twenties appears and rises onto a raised platform above the mass of people. Raising a megaphone up to her mouth; “Good afternoon everyone, thank you for taking these long journeys for some of you and for coming out here today. I am Angela Prescott, a professor here at the university. We usually have a more formal welcome for the students but due to most of you very likely being tired from your trips, we will have you be introduced to your dorms.” Professor Prescott gilded her hand over to a group of teachers and dorm buildings in the distance. “In your acceptance letter you’ve received, there will be the number of your dorm building. When you arrive there, please wait in the buildings bottom floor until the dorm master arrives. They will tell you about your rooms and possible roommates.” The raise platform began to lowered as students began to dispersed to the multiple dorm buildings. (All of you guys are in Dorm Building 3C, you may show up and sit in the waiting room). Jean-Paul was one of the first to arrived in the dorm building. He sat on one of many couches present on the bottom floor. The jet lag was really hard on him, Kalos was really far from Sinnoh and the plane ride really took its toll greatly. “Oh mon Dieu. All I want to do is lay down.” Tsukiko follow suit and sat in the nearest corner she could lay her eyes on. The jet lag wasn’t has bad on her, but she had to get up real early in the morning to catch her flight. It was her first time on a plane too. God, she can remember the chills going up her spine when they took off. “I’m really grateful to not have to sit through some long assembly after that trip,” she quietly mutter to herself.