So, I've been writing this K-On! fan fiction a little while ago, but then, it evolved into something else, and I just have to share this with someone, especially when I've already written so much, when I've already established the ideas, values and emotions of the characters in my story to such a great extent. But, I can't share it with the people I wanted to share it with, because that would be giving away the spoilers, and the spoiled storylines as written below are powerful plot devices that make the story all the more emotional. For me anyway. So, what to do? Post it to some folks who have probably never watched K-On, but still having the possibility of respecting anime enough to have at least came across its name. Let them review it. Besides, this story is far from being a K-On fan fic. It's nothing like K-On, excluding the use of its main characters. They have no reason to not read it because it's 'K-On'-ish. And if they don't review it, not giving a damn about it? Works either way. At least I finally got this off my chest. This is meant to be both a foreword and a prologue for said fan fiction of mine (including a list of character profiles below). How 'Fan-Made' was born When I first started writing "Diary of a Moe-Tsundere," a K-On fan fiction centered on Akiyama Mio's highschool life, I had barely got to Season Two of K-On. All I knew was that I love Mio's character, the 'mature' side of her personality. When I did get to Season Two, however, I was kinda disappointed. She was a lot more annoying than the Mio I knew in Season One, mostly because of the moe factor. Now, I'm one to get buttsore easily. I don't take criticisms very well. Hence, when I read multiple writings of people criticizing Mio's character, her personality... Yep, you guess it. I have to change that. With pain comes growth. I knew that I have to provide Mio lots of agony to make her grow. But when it got to a point of the story when the abuse got really rough (imagine having her getting over her shyness - then having me depriving her pride once again), I started thinking: I know all these is just for the sake of character growth, but damn, if she's a real person, this is really some sick stuff I'm doing (even if it doesn't involve rape or sex). And that's how my idea was born. What if Mio was to come confront me like a real person would? How would I, as a fan fiction writer, react? How would I, as a writer, deal with this? Would I cease from continuing writing, cease from growing the characters I love just because they suddenly turned into real people from fictitious ones? It was an idea I just have to fully explore. Then there was another aspect of this story I have to explore - being a god. Now, I've seen many stories going about this, and none of them act like the God I know from the Bible stories. They are not omnipotent. They are not omniscient. They are not omnipresent. Why? Because it wouldn't make the story interesting... right? Well, again, I'd love to change that. Flaring Rebel. Always rebelling. That's me. If I have the mighty three powers of God, what would I do with it? From Genesis to Revelations - the story is my own to tell. A third aspect - the truth is subjective. Everything you know might not be true. That is true for Mio in my story, and that truth itself might not even be true. Someone else, in my reality, might be puppeting my actions. He, the Almighty One, might be the one stringing me in writing this story. But does that matter? Would knowing that her life is a lie make Yui any less happier in my story, any less naive? To enjoy life itself, just for the sake of it, isn't that enough? To just have tea and cake after school... the simple pleasures of life. Ignorance is bliss. Once Adam and Eve ate that apple, the bliss was of no more. Other than that, I really have not much to say, other than that I'm really excited for this project - and that I might be sent to Hell for it. Ah well. The worst things possible are done out of the best intentions, says Alan Grant. With that, Fan-Made awaits. Till then, enjoy these character profiles. They are made mostly for me to get a better grasp of the personalities of the characters (just like how this foreword lets me get a better grasp of the idea of this story), but they also serve to let you know a little better about the paths I am pushing my characters towards.