Log Post #2 of 22
From: warpio | Posted: 4/08/2018 09:46:00 AMUpdated: 4/20/2018 08:53:28 AM
|...wow, I wasn't really feeling this show in the first episode, but I'm way more into it now. I love how all these different genres are clashing together in such a unique way.|
Episode 2 - Dynamite and Cool Guy ...... that wasn't funny.
The red-haired girl Selesia that came to live with the main character (Sota) is from an anime/manga that he watches, while the white haired girl Meteora that came to live with him is from a video game. Now with Meteora's magic book they're starting to understand what it means to be "media characters" in this world.
It wasn't my intention to contribute to your entertainment, and I didn't realize that's what I was doing.
My world also had enough information to construct worlds. But all of the information in this world is multi-layered. Even trivial pieces of information are so complex that they can't be represented by a single number.
This video game character goes on about how amazing the real world is, and then she mentions some information that she gained from the world-travelling character that brought her here. That other white haired character who appeared as a villain in the previous episode told Meteora:
If people from the story worlds knew about this world, it's natural that they would feel resentful and scared.
She proposed that we should try to exert influence over the Creators and get them to try to remake our worlds.
And then by breaking through to the land of the gods, the starting point of all worlds... she succeeded in making the story worlds and the land of the gods collide.
Meteora's magic book couldn't do anything to help clean up Sota's room, so right now it can only do the same thing that the internet can do. Now she's requesting help to find the person that created her world.
Then they start to grill Sota on his interests, noticing that he's a fan of both of their worlds. Meteora concludes that Sota is trying to become a creator of a new world, using these other creations as references.
Selesia also becomes curious about her creator. They weren't able to get in contact with Meteora's creator, but Selesia's creator was much easier to meet up with since he's not part of a big company. Selesia tries to tell him she's real and not a cosplay... Then suddenly out of nowhere, a magical girl character shows up, and everyone instantly recognizes her in her school uniform. Magical Slayer Mamika.
In order to defeat Akumarin, who steals the power of smiles, I received the power to transform into a Magical Slayer.
And... uh... The person who gave me that power is the Fairy of the Land of Eternity, Mirimiri.
So this person was also contacted by the world-travelling sorceress, who told her that her world can be saved by the power of the Creators' world... and she came to this world and somehow immediately found Sato and the others.
Mamika comments that Selesia's world is a terrible place where everyone's always fighting. Selesia was about to talk to her creator about that, but now she goes and fights Mamika who transformed in front of everyone, and they're all causing a bunch of commotion while flying around outside of the building.
Selesia is defeated, because of course nobody can win against a magical girl protagonist. Then Mamika looks around and is surprised at all the destruction she caused, and that Selesia actually got injured, which isn't something that happens in her world.
You're going to beat me up and make me beg for forgiveness?Mamika goes and tries to reason with her, and Selesia swings her sword at her.
In your story, that might not have been part of the plot, but my story is different. If you're going to do it in the name of justice, don't chase idealistic fantasies. See it through to the end with force.
Your story was probably filled with reasonable people. Remember this one thing. If you use force to serve justice, no one is going to follow your idealistic scenario.
Mamika gets upset at not being able to win with kindness, and uses her ultimate attack... suddenly it gets blocked by a new character. A guy with a sword that summons a samurai ghost companion.
In the world I used to live in, apparently I was the final boss.
Sota is with Selesia's creator watching all of this. He recognizes this one as Yuya Mrokuji, the main character's rival in a video game.