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Yakushimaru in Wonderland

myoue, yakushimaru, kyousogiga, capital craze, kyousogiga myoue gives his powers to yakushimaru

“Long has paled that sunny sky:

Echoes fade and memories die:

Autumn frosts have slain July.”

-A poem from “Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There,” by Lewis Carroll

From the moment she barges in by force, in search of a rabbit, Koto is the standout character – our presumed Alice – in the wonderland of the Mirror Capital. She is loud, winsome, and charming, allowing us to discover the mysteries of the Mirror Capital alongside her. Koto is confused, attempting to grasp at any sort of explanation for her mother’s disappearance, and so are we as we attempt to digest the imagery and references that Kyousogiga throws our way.

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