After Cyan mysteriously left to seek help from the King, will she get it?
From last time, it seems that the idea of coming up with a song to not only defeat Bud Virgin Logic, but to save the world overwhelmed her. Cyan decided that she want to do it by herself, which got her into a writer’s block.
In short, she turned to King for help. King was happy to help her, but only through a special training. From this, she spent time massaging King’s back, cutting ice, carrying luggage and cleaning pools. It makes me wonder why he had her doing those tasks? I have to say it was hilarious watching Cyan do the training. Probably King is trying to make her realize that she shouldn’t do everything alone. It becomes apparent in the final task.
When King greeted Cyan to studio, she thought that King will finally help her. Sadly, it’s not the case since he wants Cyan play all the instruments at the same time. It’s understandable why Cyan would complain, but maybe King is trying to make her realize something. From this, Cyan thought about her friends and then tried to go back to MIDI City. Thankfully, Retoree, Chuchu and Moa figured out where Cyan was.
I am glad that she was able to tell how she feels and be assured that she is not alone in this. Hopefully from this, they will come up with a great song. Also, it seems that Shingancrimsonz is doing their own thing to get their revenge on Arcareafact. Not only that, it’s amusing to see how Tsuresurenaru manage to get through the gate that leads to a huge Melodisian stone. Is this the key to save the world? We’ll see…
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Cyan needed a refresher on a valuable lesson in being a musician, “There’s no “I” in team”. An obvious lesson but the poor dear forgot due to “hero pressure”.
I thought she realized that doing things on her own. Thankfully, she learned a valuable lesson.