I Don't Own Naruto or Highschool DxD!
Story by Kyoka Suigetsu Totsuka
Chapter 1: You Can't Be This Perfect
Rias Gremory was irritated, angry, and exhausted.
'There has to be something.'
In the past three years, the heiress of the Gremory Family had observed the people of Kuoh Town, a small but modern town in Japan. She watched the farmers take in harvest in the outskirts, salarymen stress over their papers in the subways and busses, students going from school to cram school, and housewives shop in the malls and boutiques in droves. In three years, she had not seen a single person without fault, without flaw. Farmers lie about their products, salarymen can be bribed, students cheat at school, and housewives cheat on their husbands. Rias tried not to generalize; not every person have the same fault, but ultimately, they all had one, usually more.
All except one person, Uzumaki Naruto.
Rias had first met Naruto during her first year at Kuoh Academy, the largest and most prestigious high school in Kuoh City, As the school was personally funded by the Gremory Family, Rias felt that it was her responsibility to watch over the student body. Back then, Naruto was just another person she would smile at and greet upon passing – he had yet to become interesting. As one after an another proved to Rias that humans were no better than anything else, Naruto refused to budge.
The young man was polite and courteous, but Rias was determined that it was only an act. As time went on, Rias started to pay him extra attention. She sat behind him in class, and found that he never once cheated on his work, never once lazed in his work ethic, never once bothered anyone else. Not only that, but he never once refused to help others. Boys and girls would line up before him, asking, sometimes begging for his answers, or even to copy his work. He would then teach them the material himself, not once giving in to his peers' temptations.
Soon, he became the only person in the entire school that Rias could not figure out. Against her own good judgement, Rias found herself following her classmate after school. Even when duties called, she sent her familiar to trail behind him. She was becoming more determined to discover his true persona by the day. Her political training reminded Rias to find out more about Naruto's personal life, and she complied her data. She found that Naruto lived alone, apparently orphaned since birth. He had left his foster home the day he turned fourteen and moved into a small apartment close to the school. He shopped for himself, cooked for himself, and cleaned after himself. Every day, he'd wake in the morning, make himself a large breakfast and a small lunch for school, and leave for school in the cleanest and meticulous school uniform. He was popular in school for his generosity and kindness, so many people would approach him. He'd mingle among classmates and teachers, adored by all. After school, he'd head home, forgoing cram school because of his flawless grades. After some brief homework, he'd sleep fully onto the next morning.
This pattern went on for an entire year until Rias finally found an anomaly.
Just after the end of their junior year, Naruto spent a lot of money on an order online. Rias had her reclusive computer genius, Gasper hack into his computer and figured out all his orders. It was highly unusual. Naruto had apparently forged the company ID of the local pharmacy and ordered a near truck-load of pharmaceuticals to his personal address. Rias had thought she'd hit the jackpot. Naruto was using his intellect in chemistry to make some sort of addicting drug to sell to his many friends in school. Rias had her phone on the ready as she watched Naruto sort through his order, but once again, she was surprised.
'Oh, come on!'
Somehow, Naruto had found that a large group of homeless people lived at the very edge of the city. There were people who were simply down in the dumps and had rotten luck, but there were also some dangerous personalities there. Many were drug addicts that would do anything for another fix, or the cash that would give them another fix. There were convicts, thieves, even pimps. But somehow, Naruto acted just as he would to his friends with these people, and oddly enough, they felt relaxed and comfortable around him.
So for the entire summer, instead of partying with his friends at the beach or going on dates with the many girls who found him cute and sexy, Naruto spent his sunny days giving check-ups to the homeless, and prescribing medicine to most of them. Day after day, he would be there at first light. He had a few homeless men help him stash his medication inside a storage unit, and not once had people tried to steal from him. For some ungodly reason that remained a mystery to Rias, everyone around Naruto found it easy to trust and believe in him, and soon, he saved every person that needed his help. He was amazing at diagnostics. Rias had never once seen him discern something wrong – it was as if his eyes could see into his patients' bodies.
This went on for another six months, and Rias kept watching him day after day. But she could no longer handle it, and finally decided to talk to him.
"Good morning, Naruto-san." The Gremory Heiress could see the genuine surprise in her subject's eyes, but merely continued to smile. It was still early in the morning, and Naruto was making his way to school. The street was mostly empty, with stores just opening for business, giving Rias a nice opportunity to gather some information in peace, "How are you today?"
"Very good, Rias-san. Thank you for asking."
Rias knew she needed to speak more, "You know, we've been acquaintances for a long time now, and I want to know more about you. Would you mind if we walk to school together this morning? I would like to talk to you."
"Of course, Rias-san. It would be my pleasure."
Now, Rias had certain expectations. Having grown up as a princess in the Underworld she had grown accustomed to fake smiles and false courtesy, but she found none with Naruto. And after a few years in the human world with a devil's body, she had grown sensitive to when men would ogle her, when their eyes would sneak a peek at her breasts, but Naruto never did.
That just made Rias want to know Naruto even more.
So for the remaining months of the year, Rias spent nearly every morning walking to school with Naruto, deepening their conversations with each passing day. Courteous smiles changed to affectionate grins; handshakes changed to small hugs, and small talk became personal chats. Rias and found out that Naruto's mother had died on the birthing bed, and he had never met his father. He did not leave his foster home because of his dislike of them, but he wanted to become more independent – in fact, he still had frequent letter communication with his foster parents. It took a few months, but Naruto finally told Rias of his small, personal, and highly illegal clinic at the edge of town, and his regular clients, the homeless population. It took another month, but Naruto brought Rias to his clinic and she acted as his nurse for the entire day. Once a month turned into once a week, then every other day, then every day. By the end of their second year, the people who would visit the clinic had grown accustomed to seeing her, and would feel just as comfortable with her as they would be with Naruto.
Rias had grown close to Naruto, despite still watching his every move. But soon she found that she had become desperate in discovering something bad of Naruto, needing to see if he was really the man she had grown to believe in. She started to believe that he truly had a heart of gold, and nothing was fake. So far, he had not disappointed her.
She had fallen into his trap, like every other person around him. Unknowingly and almost ominously, Naruto had wormed his way into her life, and the worst part was that she had initiated everything.
Rias Gremory was irritated, angry, and exhausted.
'Why is he so irresistible?'
Uzumaki Naruto was horrified.
'You can do this!'
His heart was pounding in his chest and there was a lump in his throat. His stomach was doing backflips and his hands couldn't stop shaking. He had already drunk three glasses of ice cold water and fanned himself for the past ten minutes, but he couldn't stop sweating, He had never been so nervous; even when he had to make life-changing decisions at his clinic, he didn't feel so troubled. It goes to prove just how inexperienced he was with such a thing.
"Good morning, Naruto!" Rias had abandoned the use of any formal honorifics months ago. "Ready for today's test."
As per usual, Rias appeared on the crossroad that led to their school. Her luscious red hair fell onto her back like a river of rubies, glistening in the morning sunlight. There was a soft twinkle in her dark green eyes as she smiled at him with that beautiful little smirk that revealed her dimples.
Naruto felt his heart pound against his chest at her melodic voice. "G-Good morning, Rias-chan."
Rias raised a brow, "Are you feeling alright?"
Naruto needed to get everything off his chest as soon as possible, so he immediately stood tall. "Rias-chan…I'm wondering," he trailed off as his eyes shifted from her eyes to the ground, "Wondering…wondering if you would be interested."
The girl stepped closer, "Interested in what?"
"Interested in," he felt out of breath as he forced out the rest, "Interested in going on a date with me."
Rias' eyes widened as she failed to give a response, but her desire was starting to burn in her heart.
Naruto took a deep breath and gathered his courage again, "Will you go on a date with me?"
He truly had no idea what to expect and couldn't remotely imagine how Rias would react. He had tried to play out the situation in his mind, but he couldn't begin to comprehend Rias' thoughts. In the end, there were only two possible answers, yes, or no. But for the life of him, there was no way he could have possibly predicted such a reaction.
It was like a dam had been tore open and everything came pouring out.
Rias suddenly pushed Naruto against the nearest wall and pressed her lips against his. She pressed herself against his chest and wrapped her arms around his neck, pulling him into the deepest kiss possible. Her tongue forced its way into his mouth and wrestled his tongue into submission, leaving him weak in the knees. He nearly fell to the ground, but didn't need to as Rias pushed him down onto the ground. She straddled his hips and continued to ravage his mouth, not stopping for another full minute.
When she pulled away, both were short of breath, but she couldn't help but moan. "You are a good man, Naruto." Rias hungrily kissed him again before pulling away while sucking his lower lip, "A good person. You don't do anything wrong; you have strong morals; you help anyone who needs you. You're just the perfect example of a perfect human being." She kissed him again and barely pulled away, leaving her lips to tickle his. "It makes me want to corrupt you."
"W-What?" Naruto's mind was blank, and had been ever since Rias took control.
"You're too good a person. I don't know why, but it makes you so irresistible." Rias rested her entire body onto Naruto's, disregarding the fact that they were in public. "I want to see your desires, your needs. No matter how much I reason to myself, how much I try to resist, it doesn't matter. You are driving me insane, Naruto. There is just something about you that makes every cell in my body call out to you, makes my entire being want you."
"I'm going to make you mine, Naruto!"
This has been in my mind for a long time now. The Second Son of God was my first DXD idea, and this is the official rewrite of it. Since it was one of my earlier works, it is not up to the standard of my current stories. So just like Thunderous Music, I will be rewriting it.
There are some obvious changes in this, most specifically Rias' desire for Naruto that reflects the Devil's desire to corrupt the son of God. This is the prologue, so the next few chapters will explain much more, so please keep an eye out.
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