Why Should I Stop Being a Villain - 87 Student Council?
Alyssa stood up and took out her wheelchair from the spatial ring she was carrying.
“Pfft, look at that cripple,” a girl laughed as she whispered to her friend.
She made sure that no one heard her. Asher also stood up and walked up to the door. It was surprising that he was not reacting despite the fact that he knew people were mocking Alyssa.
“Should I come with you?” Venessa asked Alyssa.
But Alyssa shook her head, denying Venessa. Although she was grateful to Venessa and would repay her debt, it didn’t mean that she trusted her. She had seen her own father turn his back on her. In this world, Alyssa knew that the only thing she could trust was her own strength.
Asher kept walking behind Elsa, and Alyssa did the same. They passed through the block 1 exit and walked toward the next block, which was the exchange sector.
The exchange sector was the building available for students from every year. This was the place where small distance teleportation gates were placed to go to other facilities inside the World Academy.
“Good morning, Professor Elsa,” a staff member greeted Elsa as she nodded back.
Elsa traveled to the faculty block portal and stopped.
“This is the exchange sector. From here, you can access many facilities, but as you are the Year Representative, you can access all the portals present here, except two,” Elsa explained.
“Well, follow me inside,” Elsa said as she entered the portal and disappeared.
There was a step before the portal, but Alyssa’s wheelchair was made in such a way that she would not be hindered due to the difference in terrain and environment. Unless she was in an extreme environment, her wheelchair would not malfunction.
Elsa saw Asher and Alyssa looking up at the building.
“Huge, right?” Elsa spoke, making Alyssa look toward her.
“This building consists of the office of all the professors inside the World Academy, and depending on their status, some professors, like me, have their own floors as well,” Elsa said with a smile on her face.
“Status?” Alyssa muttered.
“Yes, even us professors are not equal inside the World Academy,” Elsa said as they started walking toward the building, which had around 50 floors.
“Notice the stars near my insignia?” Elsa said, pointing at the overcoat she was wearing.
Alyssa noticed that there were three stars underneath it.
“Depending on your importance, the World Academy gives stars to the professors starting from 1 to 3. Well, the Head Professor and Vice Principal have 4 stars, and our Principal has 5,” Elsa entered the building.
“Most of the professors will have 1 or 2 stars, but because I am an SS Rank Hunter and my specialization is Fire Element, I was given 3.”
Three of them walked towards the lift area where Elsa put her hands on the identification scanner.
“Welcome, Professor Elsa Robles,” the robotic voice spoke, and the lift opened.
“Let’s go,” she said as all three of them entered the lift.
Alyssa saw the lift go up and stop on floor 29.
“This is the floor that was given to me,” Elsa said as the lift’s door opened, and many staff members carrying stuff were all around the floor.
“Good morning, Professor Elsa,” many people greeted Elsa.
“Peter, bring me my schedule and other stuff after 10 minutes,” Elsa called out a thin-looking guy who quickly nodded at her request.
“Let’s go into my office,” Elsa said, and they walked up to a room which had Elsa’s nameplate above the door frame.
The door opened automatically, and three of them entered and looked at a room which had a table in the center with some documents on it.
Elsa, instead of going to her table, sat on one of the sofas and gestured for both of them to do the same.
Asher and Alyssa quietly sat down on the sofa, and Alyssa took her wheelchair inside her spatial ring.
“As I told you just now, every professor has a different status, and because you guys are now part of the student council, your authority is more than that of a 1-star professor but less than that of a 2-star professor,” Elsa started explaining.
“Only the Student Council President and Vice-President have the authority similar to that of a 2-star professor,”
“But the Student Council as a whole has similar authority to a 3-star professor, and that means they can challenge a single 3-star professor over some issues,” Elsa spoke.
“What happens after that?” Asher questioned Elsa.
“Well, then we take four votes on that matter,” Elsa replied.
“The first three votes come from the Principal, Vice-Principal, and the Head Professor, and the last one comes from the Student Council itself,” Elsa said. But Asher questioned her again.
“What happens when a draw occurs?”
“Well, as you know, there are multiple factions inside the World Academy. Some are necessary, while others are made by and for the influential people inside the World Academy by the students,” Elsa said.
“Well, there is one faction that holds the power to vote when such a situation occurs, and that is the Blood Faction. They only take members of the family that have the voting right in the High Council,” Elsa said.
“Well, forget about that for now. What I want to discuss is regarding your position in the Student Council,” Elsa changed the topic.
“You both have the right to be in the Student Council, but there have been some issues over you, Miss Alyssa,” Elsa looked at Alyssa.
“Well, I, in particular, do not care about your family, but that is not the case for others. Despite being from the Astaria family, you do carry the blood of your mother,” Elsa spoke, making Alyssa glare at her.
“Calm down, girl. I am neither your enemy nor your friend. I am only here to personally guide you because of this guy right here,” Elsa pointed at Asher.
“His mother is a good friend of mine, and she told me to make sure that you, Miss Alyssa, in particular, do not become a hindrance for him,” Elsa said, with a serious look on her face.
“Professor Elsa, can you get to the main point?” Asher interrupted Elsa.
“Beware of the Student Council President and the Blood Faction leader,” Elsa said as she looked at Asher.
“In fact, your actions during the tournament and the opening ceremony in particular… I know the Greville family is really powerful and one of the Top 3 Elite families, but don’t forget that your family cannot protect you at all times,” Elsa said completely seriously.
“As per my contract, I can only hinder a little bit to support your actions, but make sure you stay out of trouble,” Elsa said.
“That is all I wanted to say. You can go back and be ready to meet the Student Council after this,” Elsa said, pointing at the door that opened.
Asher and Alyssa both went out of the room without saying anything.
“Sigh, both of your kids are troublesome,” Elsa said as she massaged her forehead.
“But I don’t think your daughter will last long enough, Liz,” Elsa muttered.
While on her way, she had used her mana sense to probe into Alyssa’s body, and what she saw made her a bit sad.
Asher and Alyssa were being escorted by a staff member to exit the building.
At the same time, inside Class 1 of the first years,
“Is he a senior?”
“Oh, a Student Council member,”
Everyone started gossiping with each other, but they stopped as the guy spoke.
“Hello, juniors. Do you know where your year representatives are?” A kind-looking guy wearing glasses asked. He was wearing a black uniform, which meant he was part of the Student Council.
“Oh, they followed Professor Elsa to her office,” a guy in the front row replied.
“Ah,” the Student Council guy frowned a bit, making the student who replied a bit nervous.
“Oh, my bad. I didn’t mean to scare you,” the guy smiled again and took back his aura.
He went out of the classroom, making everyone in the class a bit relieved. Despite his kind looks and gentle face, his aura was quite oppressive.
“What happened, Jack?” another person in the black uniform asked.
“They are in the faculty block,” Jack replied with a frown on his face.
“Let’s go wait for them at the Exchange sector,” Jack said as the guy followed behind him.
As both of them left, the people in the classroom were still talking about Jack.
“Who was that senior?” a guy questioned.
They were confused by Jack’s sudden visit.
On the other hand, Vanessa, who was sleeping until Jack’s arrival, frowned.
“These Allister bastards are sure creepy,” Vanessa said with a look of disgust on her face.
She knew about the children of other Elite families because her father had told her about all of them and had told her to avoid them the best she could. And Jack Allister was one of the people who were in the Top 5 of that list.