Gabriel Reyes, known now as Reaper, was currently leaning against the wall to enter the office building that housed this meeting called a PTA. He didn't see the point in it, but since one of Overwatch's own members was still technically in high school, someone had to be put down as a parental. That fell to the two de facto "leaders", Reaper and Soldier 76.
While neither were leaders any longer, they had both led Overwatch at some point, and so D.VA decided to put the two oldest veterans in as their parentals. This of course meant that every so often, the two of them would have to go to these insipid meetings. It was still early in the afternoon, and school was still in session. Gabriel busied himself while he waited by observing the few delinquents that loitered around the outside of the school, taking great amusement in how a few of them kept glancing his way, their eyes occasionally falling to the shotguns at his back.
A few parentals began to enter the building, brushing past Gabriel without much thought. A few odd looks were sent his way, but for the most part, Reaper was free to lean against the doorframe and observe the school across the street. The building that the PTA was hosted in was essentially, a part of the school grounds, but the group had decided to move the building from being in the school grounds to just outside, because of questionable parentals entering the meeting. Gabriel grinned beneath his mask. If he had to guess, it would be rather easy to pick who the questionable lot was.
Glancing through the blind-covered window, Reaper observed the group within the confines of the building. There were only three parents so far, two mothers who Reaper assumed would be immediate trouble and a father who was nervously twiddling his thumbs. Gabriel rolled his eyes and moved aside as more parentals made their way in, bringing their total up to six.
Looking back at the group, he decided that everyone was there. Looking at the three newcomers, Reyes observed them for a moment. There was one other woman who seemed to be the self-appointed ringleader from the posture in which they held themselves. They pointed an unmarked finger at one of the fathers, who looked like a deer in a truck's headlights. There was some yelling and arguing going on inside the building, causing Gabriel to emit a sigh of annoyance as he rested his head in one hand.
Footsteps approached, and Reyes looked up, spotting Jack arriving. Motioning to the door, Reaper wordlessly portrayed that he would meet 76 inside.
Letting himself shift into his wraith form, purple shadows surrounded him, swirling up like a writhing mass of snakes and fire, before disappearing, taking Gabriel with it.
In the corner of the meeting room, the Reaper arrived, a spiral of shadows dissipating to give way, showing Gabriel's form. He stood there for a moment, simply listening to the mothers gossip with each other.
The fathers immediately caught sight of the angel of Death, their faces paling so fast they almost caused Gabriel to worry about the state of their blood flow.
Lifting a clawed glow to his mask, Reaper emitted a low hissing sound, telling the fathers to keep quiet as he turned his attention to the mothers, who he likened to geese, with their asinine gossip. Even still, he listened in. It seemed some part of him still took amusement in the inane gossip.
"Oh my gosh, Glynda. I'm so happy that your kid got a B on that test!" One lady said, pulling the other in for a hug. "Here, come grab a coffee with me and we can talk some more!" The lady looked up towards the coffee machine, but before she could look any further, her eyes stopped on Gabriel. Everything froze.
The lady's eyes widened in horror as she stared at the Reaper, he unnatural silence getting everyone's attention, including the ringleader, who stopped her useless chatter to look for the source of the distraction. When her eyes fell on Reyes, the cup she held dropped to the ground, breaking the silence as the fragile china cup shattered.
Then the woman screamed.
As if on cue, all the women started screaming, causing Gabriel to sigh as the vexating noise continued. When it finally died down, he looked up to see the women were catching their breath from the screaming. He chuckled lightly, before responding with an amused tone, "Oh no, don't stop on my account. I find this entertaining."