Guritchi- The Amaya GlitchOfficial Name: The Amaya GlitchGuritchi- The Amaya Glitch by TwilightSkyliteNinja
Fan Name: Guritchi/ Glitch
Backstory: The Sunshine Melody games were a series of JRPGs (Japanese Role- Playing Games) in which a male protagonist travelled around a region with a party, fighting evil monsters and working to defeat the evil sorcerer who held the land in his grip. The Amaya Glitch came about when creating the first game; they were creating the Amaya character when they decided to make some last minute changes that included a complete overhaul of her personality as well as her appearance. They had not completed the sprites by then, and their attempt to remove her from the game was incomplete...
It turned out that, under specific circumstances, you could actually recruit her into your party, as opposed to the other Amaya. However, there were many ways the game could crash, and even if you avoided all of those, it always crashed when you reached the final boss with her in your party. Despite this, she was relatively useful, as she provided so
Not My Kind of Fairy TaleDon't give me the KnightNot My Kind of Fairy Tale by Akela-Nakamura
Whose armor shines so bright.
Give me the Knight,
Whose armor is dull and broken.
Whose horse is weary,
Whose heart is heavy.
Give me the Knight who looks at the dragon with pity,
For that dragon has done nothing,
And is just as imprisoned as the princess he guards.
Don't give me a princess who only wishes to be saved,
By that Knight whose armor shines so bright.
Give me the princess who wishes to escape yes,
But wants to free the dragon,
Who does not wish to marry her savior--
Nay, give me the princess who wants to explore,
Who wants to live and to learn.
For the years of imprisonment only made her yearn,
Not for the Knight whose armor shines bright,
But to see the world and live in the light.
Do not give me the evil dragon,
Whose soul purpose is to give that bright Knight something to fight.
No, give me the dragon who is weary,
Who longs for the freedom of the sky,
Whose leg is burdened with chains,
And whose heart aches for the princess he must guard,