I was successful in my quest to platinum Tales of Symphonia, and I’m honestly surprised I managed to churn this out in “only” a month and a half, especially considering finally being done with one game was merely an invitation to pick up another. That is, I’ve finally picked up Final Fantasy XIV in earnest and watched all of The Dragon Prince. Oh, and I somehow managed to find the time to rewatch all of Pirates of Dark Water.
Turns out, just moving forward when you hit a roadblock and doubling back is the way to go instead of stopping until you’ve worked the problem out. Who knew I’d be applying timed test tactics to scanlation work?
Sorry for the late release. Don’t really have any good excuses. Mostly just been playing Dragon Warrior III, Pokemon Y, and Pokemon Shield. I intend on finally getting around to Platinuming Tales of Symphonia (need to clear Regal, Genis, and Kratos paths to get the final Titles I need) so consider yourselves forewarned.
I figure I should be able to get Nora chapters out at a decent clip if I finish three pages a day. However, that amount of work leaves me with little time to do anything else. Three weeks per chapter is probably the safest bet for Nora chapters while maintaining my sanity. Two weeks would be nice and may be more doable starting a couple of weeks from now. One week is outright not happening. One month? Something terrible may have happened.
Anyway, I’ll be working on Twinkle Nora concurrently. It’s not all that related to the original Nora manga. Nora’s completely different and gains psychic powers. Plus, only 9 short chapters of Nora followed by 8 longer chapters of not Nora. Honestly, despite the lack of Nora, I’m not angry at the shift. It reminds me of Short Program, which, if you haven’t read, YOU NEED TO READ NOW.