There's a register button next to the log in button on the top tab, under the header and to the right.
Also, due to the fact that I now have a job which I spend ten hours a day at, chapters will come slower. However, the next chapter will be up before the weekend.
Plus, there's another problem. From June 14th -21st, I will be out of my country (U.S.A.) with little to no access to a computer, thus putting a hold on any updates.
Finally, on July 18th I head out for a month to somewhere I can't talk about, because its classified. Seriously. I want to finish this fic before then, but I don't know if I'll be able to accomplish this. Hopefully, I'll be near the end or on the last few chapters, that way I can leave with some sense of accomplishment, but I definately want to finish this fic before the end of the summer.
Also, I have the weekend off, so I'll be working on concept sketches to post on my DA page, but don't bother going now, since there's nothing there.
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Spyke the Hedgehog: Of the four you mentioned, two are OCs, one is a character from an old cartoon show, and the last character (or should I say, characters) are actually quite famous, and if you know your literature youâ€™ll recognize them.
For anyone whoâ€™s wondering, there really is a Cinema Village in Japan, where people dress up in feudal costumes and wander the park watching shows.
Walking through the center of Cinema Square, Blossom, Frankie, and Jackie took in the sights of the theme park. Along the pier, the centerpiece of all the rides had to be the enormous Ferris wheel, spinning slowly as the lights on the sides created various shapes and illusions. Several more rides, some designed for the kiddie crowd, others built for adrenaline enthusiasts, dotted the park at various intervals, surrounded by the occasional t-shirt store and lemonade stand. The crowds moved in and out, jamming up whenever a large ride let out, and becoming even thicker as the night moved on and the throngs of teens arrived. The park would remain crowded long after the attractions closed, but most of the families left the boardwalk long before then, as anyone who stayed out too late was simply asking for trouble. However, at this moment, everyone was having a good time and enjoying themselves.
â€œSo, where should we go first?â€