Dino's Point of View
I was sitting in my office doing paperwork when I suddenly heard a strange noise coming from my two-year-old son's room. So many things were running through my head at that very moment.
Is he okay?
Did somebody break in?
How the fuck did somebody get past security?
I quickly ran over to my son's room to make sure he was safe...what I encountered wasn't a pleasant sight.
The room had been ransacked...and my son was nowhere to be seen.
I screamed out his name, "GINO!"
I called out to my most faithful subordinate, "Romario!"
He quickly came over, along with some of my other subordinates, and said, "Yes, boss?"
I calmly told him, "My son has just been kidnapped," and then raised my voice and ordered, "Find him! Search another country if you have to. Just fucking find him!"
He nodded, "Yes, sir. I'll get started right away."
*five months later*
Romario came into my office with a solemn look on his face. He cleared his throat a few times, as if what he was going to tell me would be the exact opposite of what I wanted. Finally, he said, "Sir...none of our contacts have been able to find him. It seems as if he's fallen off the face of the earth."
I growled at him, "Are you saying my son has disappeared?"
He nodded, "It's either that or he's dead."
I shook my head, and said, "I refuse to believe that. Maybe we can't find him now, but sooner or later, we'll find him." I paused for a moment, and then continued, "You don't have to continue looking, but I won't stop searching for him. I might not be able to physically search for him, but he's bound to pop up somewhere...it's just a matter of time." I paused again and then told him, "Tell Vongola Decimo to keep an eye out for someone that seems out of place in his family, specifically people that seem to have a lot of Cavallone traits."
He replied, "Will do, sir. However, Vongola Decimo should be just as busy as you are...perhaps we should contact some others as well..."
I yelled at him, "NO! Tsuna and his family are the only other people I would trust with this."
He sighed, "Okay, sir. I'll contact the Vongola immediately."