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About Ayana

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  • Birthday 03/07/1995

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    VNs/Eroge, Philosophy Books, Music (piano and electronic and their respective niche sub-categories for the most part), Music Production, Rhythm Games (most notably Osu!), Scenic Nature, Interacting with people, Milk Tea, and Idols.
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  1. :pyaa:

    1. Ayana


      Hi Kiririririri. How's life? How's love? Like a bulldozer? Or an Eroge? Don't answer any of these questions btw...

    2. Yuuko


      I'm just gonna answer that doujinges are good (´・ω・`)

    3. Ayana


      Well, I agree with you there despite the fact that I haven't played more than 6 or so of them. >.>

  2. Frontwing will localize Subahibi this year

    I'm personally excited about this either way (whether or not a major amount of censorship is involved; it doesn't matter to me that much, personally speaking). Now, what I'm particularly hoping for is a future scenario wherein someone who isn't a part of any of these communities - who remains unaffected by all the hype/talk over the game that's been building up and boiling over for the past several years - hears about the game recently coming out and decides to play it on a complete whim. If that were to happen then perhaps they could end up writing some cool blog post or article about their experience if it manages to leave enough of a positive impact. I'd actually like to read something someone wrote about the game in English over a reread of the game in English, to be honest. Edit: Reply to Fred's message here (Fuwa won't let me save an edited post that introduces a quote hmm) : Yes! Pretty much what you said, @Fred the Barber! I want to add that; Subarashiki Hibi, as a creative venture into all of the subjects it outlines, shouldn't even be considered any version of 'philosophical' in the first place due to the nature of the work in that light. And anyways, while it may contain a fair amount of ambiguous and/or cryptic elements (symbolism, language, etc.) in certain sections of the narrative plus subtext that might feel somewhat perplexing at times, a description like that certainly doesn't equate in meaning to one that expresses 'what most would call "philosophical"'. When people are using a label or a name to call something by they have to first differentiate it from the actual term the label/name came from (and what it meant proper to them as an individual) internally. I think some amount of correction should be in order if people in communities are - on a constant growing basis - intentionally ignoring this social convention of keeping nonsense out of their description for something made to the public. I know how this occurs because I was a part of the problem a while back, and I really do apologize for that! Q_Q Not to mention, the connotation that comes with this particular label being attached to Subahibi makes it out to be some grandiose sensationalist experience (which some will attach a definition that says "therefore it's amazing" to) when it is quite unlike that if you know more about how the game was produced and written. >.> In this I'm not saying that people should learn the context behind the production and creator/s even if they don't want to, but it's already a fact that you'd be automatically setting yourself up for disappointment if you think Subahibi's actually going to change your worldview on anything (as the hype would have us all believe). Well, I said my piece. Just enjoy Subahibi for what it is and not what you expect it to be/think it should be, please. Myself and everybody else who have already read it can at least guarantee that it'll be an interesting and unique experience with a blend of stuff/ideas referenced you may or may not have heard, seen, or thought about before. In this way it makes it relatively difficult to describe how Subahibi is between each person, and there you have the definitive cause for this sort of hype to surround the work.
  3. What are you listening to right now?

    Trap. A boat that sails through a sea of gravy, and it's 元気?
  4. What are you listening to right now?

    Camellia is my hero.
  5. Maybe, it would depend on the concerning situation and environment.
  6. This is a very difficult question for me to answer, hmm... Definitely. Yuki (from Subahibi), to me, is perfect in every way/criteria, even though she hates most men and would promptly kick me to the ground if I got anywhere near her. <3
  7. Do you drink green tea?

    I only drink this, because of the health benefits and all (although I do like the taste as well): I have no additives put in the tea so I can continue to delude myself on the notion that I'll potentially live longer by drinking it regularly. Maybe I'll start drinking canned milktea to show my support for Waka.
  8. What are you listening to right now?

    What a cool channel: Liquid DnB + Eroge BGs, two of my favorite things in the world have been combined. Yay!
  9. Post your desktop screen shot

    My current desktop from now on and for a while, until my whims have me decide on another:
  10. What are you listening to right now?

    Yes, Deadpool's right. And, with that having been said; here's how I'll reciprocate to your meaningful message about the importance of the festive/celebratory spirit after an arduous and dangerous battle fought (with swords and guns): Merry Vocaloids can now join us in this and celebrate with everyone! \o/