Crashing straight into Rei Ryugazaki, you straighten yourself back up and apologize without catching your breath. "I'm sorry," you blurt you. "I am so sorry. I should have... been paying attention." You briefly take your eyes from the plain tile floors of the school to see a flustered Rei, looking back at you. His face seems a little redder than normal, but you chose not to think too much of it. After all, running into him felt like it was a pretty solid hit to his slender body, no matter how muscular it was. Clearing his throat, he ends the matter simpler than you'd expect from anyone else. "I should have paid attention as well. Telling that neither of us seems injured, it's easy to see this as inconsequential. You are forgiven, (Y/N)." Adjusting his glasses on his nose, you watch as he turns around and leaves you be.
How cold could he be? He thought nothing of what he said, but at the same time, that is a part of what you admired about him. He always seemed cool and collected, but ev