Well, here's my fiction. It's in script format like Fayte, since… I suck at writing in fiction format. It's set in the alternative timeline where a school called Hantsuki Dai Fuzoku exist. It'll be starting in the National Tournament, and hopefully continue until U-17 camp, if I can get that farm of course. I'm not sure on how often I'll be updating this, as I'm handling so many different projects right now. But I'll try to make it reasonable timing.
Spoiler: Moon 0: "Hidden Moon, Shroud in Cloud" show
(The score board show, showing a score of 7-5)
(Byoudonin look to be in awe.)
Byoudonin: This kind of strength… from a mere middle school student?
???: That's wrong, old man. It's not a "mere middle school student". As much as I don't look like it, I'm a professional tennis player, you know?
Byoudonin: Huh… I should have known from your level… Why did you play me anyhow?
???: Well, it's just to see the tennis level of Japan High School, right now. I must say that it disappoint me quite a fair bit, though.
Byoudonin: I can't say much as a loser now, can I? But with player like you, it doesn't look like your school, Hantsuki Dai Fuzoku, will have no trouble winning the Nationals this year.
???: Well… That would have been a case, if the our school true players play, that is. After I play you, I must says, it sounds a fair bit more boring than I expected. "We" won't be playing anymore.
Byoudonin: Are you planning to let reserve players play for your school like Hyoutei?
???: Reserve player? Naw, naw. I won't say that. I'm saying that we, the real players, won't enter this tournament at all. We have couples of other tennis talents. We call them "Chosen". Their potential is something that is truly interesting. I'm certain that you'll find them interesting too.
Byoudonin: Are they at your level, Kanzaki?
(Text box: Kanzaki Mukurou: 3rd Year: Hantsuki Dai Fuzoku)
Kanzaki: Huh, no. It won't be fun otherwise. We, the true Hantsuki tennis team, are 7 top tennis players of our school. They don't actually have a ranking. But… they are the one with the most potential. That's for certain.
Byoudonin: More so than you? That's frightening.
Kanzaki: Well, it's not certain that they have more potential than us. We're holding the absolute position, after all. I trust you've seen that with our match? But our school wants to nurture those talents. It's good for Japan if we have more good players, isn't it?
Byoudonin: Your school sure have a strange policy. Your school also enters the tennis tournament once every 7 years, huh? Last time, I heard your school went without losing even dropping a game. It's because of such things that your school earned a permanent seed in the national tournament.
Kanzaki: Well, that's something my senpai did. Nothing to do with me, really.
Byoudonin: Rikkai this year is pretty strong, you know. They are a "king" that went undefeated for 2 years… until the recent Kantou tournament, at least. Seigaku isn't a team to be underestimated either. They manage to beat the king. The national this year isn't something your school should play around with such policy.
Kanzaki: Well, we'll see what happen. If we lose, then that's just how far those kids will go. Old man sure likes to worry a ton, huh? It reflects your age, you know?
Byoudonin: What will you be doing, then? It's such a waste to see your kind of talents not doing anything.
Kanzaki: Well, we'll be partaking in playing Tennis professionally, so it's not like we'll just sit around doing nothing. I do have a favor to ask you, though.
Byoudonin:What is it?
Kanzaki: After the national, if they manage to beat it. They'll probably be invited to the cage that you own that's called "U-17". Don't go easy on them.
Byoudonin: Who do you think you're talking to?
Kanzaki: Right… And, if they do manage to beat the "Genius 10"… We'll be their opponents.
Byoudonin: Well, I won't expect them to be facing you guys then. We won't be showing them any mercy.
Kanzaki: Well… I'll just leave it at that.
Byoudonin: Can I ask you something, though?
Byoudonin: What's position are you playing?
Kanzaki: Well, an old man sure like to spit salt on old wound, huh? It's not something I really want to be talking about, you know?
Kanzaki: Singles 3. And… while I'm pretty certain I'm pretty even with three of the members, but I'm also certain there's at least three members who are stronger than me.
Byoudonin: I see… So that's the level of your school.
Kanzaki: Well, see you later, old man.
Kanzaki: What? I'm not listening to an old man lecture, you know?
Byoudonin: I'm looking forwards to your school Chosen's growth.
Kanzaki: What a coincidence. So am I.