Some "great" things happened on April Fifteenth in the Earth Dimension. The United States' president, Abraham Lincoln died on the fifteenth of April, the titanic sunk on the fifteenth of April, Andrew Jackson became the new president on April fifteenth (Andrew Jackson is deemed as one of the most horrible presidents in the history of the United States), six people are killed in Buenos Aires, Argentina, ninety-six footballers are killed in Britain's worst ever sporting disaster, and so many horrible things. So it only makes sense that the evilest pair of twins in existence had to be born on this day. It was fate, if you believed in it.
In Seoul, South Korea, in some hospital, Kang Moon is giving birth to a pair of twins who will go by the names of Hyuk and Hoon. Ironically the names meant "Lose, despite having a good lead" and "right, proper, correct". They were the last children in the family, being the youngest, after their second older brother, Seung. Now, because their family was composed of Earth and Water elementals, half of the family stayed in the Water Kingdom while the other half stays in the Earth Kingdom, occasionally visiting each other every weekend. Being Water elementals, Hyuk and Hoon were stuck with their father, and.
Hyuk and Hoon's father quickly lost his tolerance for the "visiting" and demanded they get a luxury apartment in Aliquid, the neutral land where The Elemental Academy sat in. So, gradually, the family saved up their money until they had enough to at least rent the apartment for a year or so. There, their father and mother took up jobs as an engineer and a waitress, making enough money to keep the household going. Around this time, Hyuk and Hoon had just turned one, but had quickly developed.
Hyuk could already walk, and was starting to babble gibberish, mimicking his older siblings and parents. Hoon was much more physical, barely in the talking stage, but could run and roll around. Just like Seung (Jack), Ji-yeon (Melanie), Hyung (Parker), and Gyeong (Georgie), their early accomplishments in development went unnoticed by their parents, but Seung and Ji-yeon were always there to record them.
By the age of four, Hyuk and Hoon had already gained the understanding that their parents were never going to have enough time just for them, so they didn’t bother trying to get their attention. Instead, they manifested that need for attention into a need for antics. They quickly began causing trouble around the apartment, but not just in that “oh, he’s a just toddler, he didn’t mean it” trouble, more like “even as your younger sibling, I can one up you” trouble.
Everyone within their reach was a target, and no one was safe around them. By the time they reached the age appropriate to able to attend younger classes for elementary level elementals, letters were already being sent home about their behavior on the first day. Over the years, Hyuk generally improved in to a more mature person, while Hoon still kept his childish persona, yet knew the limits.
Soon a private tutor was hired for the two, based on a negotiation between a duchesses and his older brother Seung. Along with normal Elementrium studies, Hyuk and Hoon were also taught of the history of Earth and studies usually taught on Earth, in case they ever planned to travel there after they graduated. The duo proved to be exceptional in mastering their powers, and worked quite well together, but could still deal fairly well without each other too.
Their first and second year at the Academy was filled with havoc, pranks at every turn for students of all ages and years. Even teachers had been included. Their most famous prank was when they replaced the water duchess, Selene Nightluck’s, jewelry with fake ones coated in the juices of a poisonous berry that made her breakout in a rash for a week.
Now entering their third year, the twins are determined to make something of themselves, but it’s not like they’ll be giving up evil forever…