She mentions that all nations must attend it at least once in their life, though Switzerland has perpetually skipped school and nobody can do anything about it due to fear of his explosive temper.
Seychelles explains that she was living peacefully in her set of islands, but that the European nations forced her to enroll at the academy.
He always thinks of others' feelings before his own, but keeps his problems to himself - which might backfire when Normal Boots is targeted... Quiet, straightforward, and blunt, he's a natural with trivia competitions, but instead chooses to challenge himself with Nario Cart.
Despite how much the club needs Hana's skills, he is steadfastly against her joining.
She's obsessed with the Normal Boots Club, Jared in particular, and is a bit blunt.
Her excessive energy makes her an ace on the school's volleyball team.
Despite his friendliness, he's giving Hana strange looks, and then starts skipping class... Naturally, he is the most attractive person in school and knows it, often coming off as vain, fickle, and shallow.
Despite this, Jared truly cares for his friends, and the confidence he projects may not be as solid as it appears.
In this alternative universe game, the cast are all in their teens and attend the multicultural private high school, World Academy W.Seychelles arrives at her new school, looking around at the vast campus.She narrates that the school was founded recently, and that it imparts education to other countries in hopes of achieving world peace.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.
Perhaps as a result of his need to complete, he does well both academically and socially, being one of the most caring people on campus. Paul is running for student council president, but when a strong rival appears, will the pressure of competition be too much?