Thanks for all the support, everyone! I'm Sakuya Sakuma, the leader of the Spring Troupe!
We've had this blog for a while now, but Sakyo suggested we revamp the way we do things, so here we are! The following message is from him, so I'll paste it here, okay?
Up until now, the blog has been a dumpster fire of poor grammar, misspellings, and overly personal information... However, I hope to build it back from the ground up and turn it into something structured and useful going forward. I will do my best to proofread future posts, but please forgive any oversights. Thank you.
So that was his message! We haven't really worked out what order everyone should post, so it'll mostly be whoever has something they wanna say!
All right, with that out of the way, please keep an eye out for our next update!
The other day, the Autumn and Summer Troupe went to an amusment park and participated in an event called Zombie Run Night, where zombies chase after park guests. I guess it's kinda like tag?
Anyway, long story short, Azami and I ended up being zombies, but you wouldn't believe how easy it was to catch everyone. You'd think they'd at least give us a bit of a challenge. Not gonna lie though, it was worth it just to see that old geezer look all freaked out. Classic.
Made for some great acting practice for the Autumn Troupe, that's for sure. I mean, I'm gonna be a human, but whatever.
Anyway, hope to see you guys at the Autumn Troupe's fourth performance, DEAD/UNDEAD.
Spring, Summer, Autumn have passed, and the sky is alight with joy. How short the time has felt, and yet we must prepare our next season's wardrobe already, before it is too late.
That is to say, dear reader, it is now time to prepare for the Winter Troupe's upcoming fourth performance. Oh I wonder what tale we shall tell next? My heart thunders on the daily, simply waiting for its development! I find myself glancing over at Tsuzuru and Director's faces at least a hundred times a day in anticipation.
But in any case, I shall continue to live out my every day as I await the script's completion, flitting toward the delicate draw of inspiration and capturing the essence of it in my poems. Indeed, I shall work tirelessly with pen in one hand and marshmallows for Hisoka in the other!
I humbly request that you continue to support us until our play is ready. Adieu!