Truth be told, Kukyo had little empathy for his father, he had deserved it, but something was odd. Not all of the blood could of belonged to the father now could it? There simply was too much for a single man to bleed so wo else was injured? As Kukyo pondered a grim realization washes over him as he turned his head darting to the bed, laying upon the sheets was the familiar figure, a stab wound from a knife directly where the heart had been.. Laying upon the blood stained mattress was Kukyo's mangled corpse. " What the hell is going on.. " Kukyo would say in both confusion and rage knowing that his own father was the one who had killed him.
The clock ticked past the 7 o'clock mark as the grandfather clock chimed in the living room as Kukyo remembered Sakura wanted to meet him at the grave yard, he groaned slightly as he would start out the door, but as he walked he noticed an eerie silence.. It was the weekend yet there were no cars on the roads nor were there any people on the sidewalks, it was unusually foggy that morning as some dew formed on leaves of the trees, slim rays of the sunlight shone from the horizon as it made it's daily arc in the sky. The graveyard was oddly filled with people, why was this the only place with so much activity? Another thing to add to Kukyo's growing list of problems with today. Moving on he went to visit his mother's grave-- stopping has there stood by the head stone was the familar figure, and the familiar ash black hair. Reaching out to her slowly only to see the figure vanish before he could get it's attention.
Looking down into a puddle on the ground he found his own reflection seemed off to him, the face looking back hardly looked like him anymore. His skin was a dark shade of pitch black, his eyes emitted a white light, two horns poking from the sides of his head as they curved downward, his clothing was oddly old-fashion and appeared it was some form of royal garb from medievil ages. His right hand resembled more that of a claw then a hand as it glistened in a golden metallic splendor. (might continue it later)