Seychelles decides to ask China about the classes, unsure of where she belongs in the school.
As she mentions that she became England's territory, China expresses sympathy and states that England is extremely brutal and bullied him as well (by destroying his house and making him take strange medicines).
The player character is Seychelles, a new transfer student.
England lists the first three rules of the school off to her: Seychelles notices that the second and third rules are contradictory, but an irritable England explains that everything ends in rule 3, no matter how friendly they may look.Seychelles becomes upset by this notion, while England orders that as his territory, she must do everything he says and work under him, as he is the president of the student council.Seychelles muses over how useful a spear would be against England, then wonders if tuna fish and seagulls would help her odds as well.China introduces himself as being part of the Asia class, and that he's famous so she should have at least heard of him before (though she hasn't).He lets her go, and she wanders the halls, noting how huge the place is and musing over her depression at being there.
She spots China, as the caption "Guy With A Panda" appears (due to him carrying a panda around in his backpack, an animal which she finds to be very interesting).We fade to a brief beach flashback of Seychelles, as an old man (her grandfather) converses with her about her departure to the outside world.Seychelles states that the only friends she has on the island are the sea life, but her grandfather insists that she'll be able to succeed if she tries hard.She laments at how "terrible" the world is, and at her lack of talents and confidence.While in the past, she was rich and strong, she is now poor and useless, only able to sing, dance, and make souvenirs.Seychelles still expresses confusion over the location of her class, but China offers to lead her to the Africa class.