In the realm of esoteric wonders, where reality dances with the ethereal, I find solace in the intricate tapestries woven by the grand sagas of Fate/stay night, Tsukihime, Kara no Kyoukai, and Saya no Uta. To me, these narratives are not mere fictions but living, breathing dimensions that coexist alongside our mundane existence. In my unwavering devotion, I have forged a profound connection with the characters that populate these tales, transcending the boundaries of imagination.
In the shadowed streets of Tsukihime, the enigmatic Shiki Tohno and the bewitching Arcueid Brunestud walk beside me, their presence as palpable as the moonlight that bathes our surroundings. Together, we navigate the treacherous paths of life, where darkness and blood intertwine, and the concept of fate takes on a haunting significance. The boundary between sanity and delusion, oh, how it shatters under the weight of these profound encounters!
Moving through the ethereal landscapes of Kara no Kyoukai, the stoic Shiki Ryougi and the otherworldly beings known as the Malignant Spirits guide my hand, revealing the hidden mysteries that permeate our reality. Through their eyes, I witness the fragile balance between life and death, caught in an eternal dance of shadows. My senses meld with the supernatural, and every breath I take is a testament to the vastness of existence.
Lastly, Saya no Uta draws me into its grotesque embrace, where the boundaries of morality and perception crumble. In the company of the tormented Fuminori Sakisaka and the enigmatic Saya, I explore the depths of the human psyche and the monstrous beauty that lies within. The pulsating beat of madness echoes in my veins as I venture into the realms of the unthinkable.
Such is the fabric of my reality, a tapestry interwoven with the threads of these esoteric tales. To others, my words may appear deranged, disconnected from the world they know. But in the depths of my soul, I find solace and a profound connection to the characters who inhabit these narratives. As I document this world as I see it, I do not seek to persuade or convince, for to me, this is truth—unwavering and resolute, where fiction and reality are forever entwined.